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OCALA, FLOKIDA, TUESDAY, APEIL 22, 1913
TIIK FURNITURE MEN
Senator llrnn Sbowit that ( rimer
I'loriitu Oranicro lire SiiOrlnjs from
na I'nneeeMHnry Scare
V'nitc-'l States Senate.
Washington. April P'th. 1 ::',.
IMiicr Star: The orange grower's of
tin- I'nited States are""ronUTiding on
the one hand, that a rate of eighty
-nts a !ox Is necessary for the pres preservation
ervation preservation or protection of the industry,
;inI the ways an 1 means committer,
ori th- other hand, for a redur-tion of
tue rate to 33 cents a box.
A majority of the committee is
ph-ded to a revenue rate which con contemplates
templates contemplates the importation of foreign
oranges, for, in no other way can rev-
ltie.l with foreign oranges ami the in industry
dustry industry destroyed?
If tiie I'nited States and Canada with
a combined population of a hundred
millions consumes 20.000.00 boxes. I
jit not fair to suppose that the three
of! hundred millions of Purope would
; ply a ilrmanJ sufficient to consume
e total foreign production of fifteen
j million noxos. in e per capuai cou-
SiUilpiIon or I.!- I Illie i i-iaie ana
oranues. that of Kurope
not fair to assume that
have as keen an appe appe-fruit
fruit appe-fruit as the jieople of the
111 II FOR LIGHT
If. A. Wartmann, Mr.-?. J. S.
and Mrs. A. C. White went
on oranges than
trio- To their platform and pledges it is
inevitable tiiat a rate will be. estab established
lished established inviting i m jior t a t ions of foreign
oranges, even though there may be
none, just as there will be rates on
oilier articles of forei-rn production
now barred by the republican protec protective
tive protective tariff wall. If the democrats are
not true to their pledges and platform
She protective wall would be maintain maintained,
ed, maintained, the people will be unrelieved of the
burdens under which they have labor labored,
ed, labored, and the party will be judged un unworthy
worthy unworthy of trust and it-; destiny determine.!.
' iran-'es are
i o:iie under a
j-ities. I shall
!'!t not one that is protective,
not do more without feeling
had deserted my party. and
for a fin
Le i States?
rum what source do the growers of
I'nited S: sites fear competition?
Spain, nor Italy, nor Palestine,
nor Japan, for they are too remote to
crnp'-te. Possibly Porto Rico, Cuba
and Mexico pro Living all told less
than 4 00.000 boxes.
The : roves f Spain, especially those
Valencia and other southern pro proves
ves proves from which tiie .area test supply
drawn, have been infected for sev sev-!
! sev-! years past with tiie red scale,
iili is regarded as a most serious
cnernv of the citrus family. I shall
Haw Peter Knight When I.ittbt i
Home: Ml Riant I p to Him
ben He I Solon
a luxury and properly
hisher rate than neees neees-support
support neees-support a luxury rate
know the Florida orange srowers
would not have me do.
Will tiie orange industry be injured
by a lower rate? This can be deter determined,
mined, determined, not upon an argument based on
apprehension and fear, but by tiie
From the statistical departments I
h ive gathered some facts which I sub submit.
mit. submit. Tiie world's production of ur ur-an.es
an.es ur-an.es m F12 is estimated as follows:
I'nited States (boxes) .
from anv c
dnced in the
ports. I am
t h ro: !i tariff
n of oranges
there is citrus
nd have intro-
Senate an amendment to
oranges from our im im-in
in im-in favor of that sort of
the industry but out one
am of tiie opinion that
a orarr-' c
itibt if the
1 rai.-e any 1
no ds no protection
bill, at 33 cents a
but an insignificant
la orange stands
Spa in .
Italy .. ..
I 'a b-st i ne .
.1 j pj n
ho w i i
re ver; e.
in a (his- by itself. It sells in Canada
for more than ir sells in the I'nited
States. The oram;e growers attribute
thi.- to a combination of buyers. Never Nevertheless,
theless, Nevertheless, the buyers have not the power
to make the public pay more for a
Florida, orange than th Florida orange
Is worth. If. the buyers get what it is
worth, why not the producer? Do they?
If they do not who'se fault is it?
I wish to suggest also that tiie great greatest
est greatest initial development of the orange
industry was between 1875 and 1893,
up to which time the tariff on oranges
X. P. Pry an.
III'WAIin OF OINTMF.NT FOR C.V C.V-T
T C.V-T A 15 It II THAT CONTAIN MERCURY
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
of practically 35.000,000
ted States produces 58
the remainder of the
Of this total
boxes tiie I-ni
per cent and
world 42 per cert.
In l:e)S we exported 654,000
V,2. 1.200.000 boxes of orani
i his ;uantity Canada took
b 1 1 e f :
In P.12 Canada imported of oranges
and grapefruit, 3.218,000 boxes, of
which the I'nited States supplied 2, 2,-'J30.287
'J30.287 2,-'J30.287 boxes, or all but 267.743 boxes.
If Canada which admits citrus fruit
free, imports so insignificant a quan quantity
tity quantity from countries other than the
I'nited States, how can it be fairly
contended that the I'nited States, with
a tarnr m .,. o-iim a nox, wouin ne ue
through the mucous
tides should never
ians, as the damage
surfaces. Such ar ar-be
be ar-be used except on
reputable physie physie-they
they physie-they will do is ten
fold to the good you can possibly de derive
rive derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure,
manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co..,
"Toledo, O., contains no mercury and is
taken Internally, acting directly upon
tiie blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure
be sure you get the genuine. It Is tak taken
en taken internally and made in Toledo, O.,
by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials
Sold by Druggists. Price 75 cents
per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills
for constipation. AY-
Tampa, Fla.. April 16, F13.
Hon. U S- Ught. Tallahassee, Fla.:
Please have sent me my expense
copy. House bill 241, relative license
tax and keep bill in committee until I
can have opportunity of being heard.
I know you are a fai and just man
and interested parties are entitled to
be .heard. Peter O. Knight.
In reply to this. I wrote that the
committee meets daily, and when the
bill is called it will be taken up.
Peter, being a Pennsylvania man,
like I am, has an intense interest in
me. He forgets me when I am not in
tiie legislature, and either telegraphs
me or writes me almost daily when I
am. W'hv am 1 so interesting to
feter? You'll tind out later. I
I have been blowing about myself.
Now I am going to put up a talk or
two for Mr. Spencer. This is what tiie
correspondent of Dixie writes:
"Twenty-three years of age and a
leader in the 'legislature.' That's
a crime of which Kdwin Spencer, a
bright young lawyer of Marion county,
has convicted himself. Why, if he
continues in sin he'll land in the presi presidential
dential presidential chair! Alleged levity aside.
though, Spencer is a coming man, and
I'll wager a million dollars which is
all the cash I have with me that lie II
be walking around in the shoes now
occupied by the pedal appendages of
Park Tranimell before many moons
wax and wane."
What are we doing? Hard at it now,
visiting committees: 'either in session
or committee work from 0 a. m. till at
times late at night. More than 300
bills introduced, many of them passed
on by committees. Four to two is the
committee report, against separation of
state and county taxes. Do not believe
the lull will pass. Unfavorable com committee
mittee committee report on senatorial and repre representative
sentative representative state reapportionment. Com Committees
mittees Committees reported favorably on every
one of my bills that have conve before
committee relating to finance. Predict
more bills will pass House than in any
other session. The House is progres
sive. Sometimes I think it is progres progressive
sive progressive to foolishness. An extreme pro progressive
gressive progressive is to my way of thinking as
bad or worse than an extreme conservative.
one new county created by House j
without a negative vote.
Committee reported favorably unani unanimously
mously unanimously on new county out of Orange.
DeSoto county is trying to be cut up
into three counties. Also another
county division bill out of Alachua,
Putnam, Clay and Bradford. Why so
many county divisions?. The concen concentrating
trating concentrating of road taxes in certain cen centers
ters centers and the neglect oi otiier sections
in same county. I,, s. l.ght.
'Ocala Sunday evening in Mr. Wart Wart-Imann's
Imann's Wart-Imann's new car to hear one of our for
mer resiaents lecture. Mrs. S. S. Har Harris,
ris, Harris, who has been in China for the
pas: .six years as a missionary.
Miss Clara Nell Lambert of Reddick
spent the week end with her cousin.
Miss Adelaide Harrison.
Mrs. P.. C. Driver went down to
Ocala Saturday to attend the mission missionary
ary missionary conference at the Methodist church
and while there was the guest of Mrs.
A. M. Perry.
Levon, April 21. Mr. W. S. Perry
and family of Ocala spent SunJay aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon with Mr. H. P. Perry and wife.
Mr. Frank Ftamslale and family re returned
turned returned Tuesday from a three weeks'
vacation spent on Smith Lake, greatlv
! improved in health. Frank caught 460
f:sh while there.
Mr. P.. F. Carter is relieving the saw saw-tiler
tiler saw-tiler at Inverness this week. He is ex expected
pected expected home Saturday.
Mr. M. .J. Poess and Dr. H. A. Reaves,
receivers for the McIehee Lumber Co..
with their wives, spent several hours
Saturday evening here.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Shaw, Mr. and
Mrs. II. P. Perry, with Mr. Grady Car Car-ter
ter Car-ter at tiie wheel, made a trip in the
latttr's auto to Silver Springs Sunday
Mr. W. J. Frink viewed the grandeur
of the Prick City Sunday.
Col. H. M. Hampton, wife and little
son ami party of friends toured down
this way Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. (. Raker were visit visiting
ing visiting relative's here Sunday.
Mr. Joe W. Turner, the clever saw sawyer
yer sawyer here, after several weeks vacation
is back. Joe says he is on the job
a ga in.
MALES IB I II
I.ondoiiM Fa moil h Monument for Sev Several
eral Several Hount in I'oMneMMlon of
London. April 22. Two enterprising
suffragettes yesterday morning took
possession of "the monument," which
stands near the northern approach to
London bridge and commemorates the
great tire which destroyed the city of
London in 1666.
Ascending to the topmost balcony
they displayed two flags and an im immense
mense immense banner in the suffragette col colors
ors colors on each of them written in white
letters on a black background the
sentence: "Victory or death."
Having securely fastened the Hags
to the railings surrounding the bal balcony
cony balcony the women padlocked themselves
inside the tower, preventing the police
from ascending the winding stairway
of 345 steps leading up to the top.
They reached the top and showered
suffrage literature upon the crowds
below. For a long tim traffic was
suspended in one of the busiest dis districts
tricts districts of London. The suffragettes
maintained their position in the mon monument
ument monument for more than an hour.
While they were "holding the fort"
a heavy missle thrown from the top of
the monument narrowly missed injur injuring
ing injuring a number of spectators.
H:s Perfect Baby
Of The Future
A SIrrpla Method That Ha a Wond erf ul
Influence upon The Future IraanU
Tco much con
It is more eloquent
not be said for
to many women
in Us action than all
by using Cherry Bark
Sold onl. at the Rexall
OTIIER THINGS A FIE HIGH
BUT OUR ICE IS CHEAP
ENOUGH FOR EVERYBODY
Instead of going up until it becomes a luxury,
OUR ICE stays at prices so low that everybody can
use it freely and never "miss the money,"
AXSWpr. THIS CALL
Ocala Ice & Packing Co
Ocala People Have Found That ThU I
A cold, a strain, a sudden wrench,
A little cause may lux the kidneys.
Spells of backache often follow,
Of some irregularity of the urine.
A splendid remedy for such attacks,
A medicine that has satisfied thou thousands
sands thousands Is Doan'a Kidney Pills.
Thousands of people rely upon it.
Here is one Palatka case:
G. W. Hall, River street, IPalatka,
Fla., says: "X can strongly recom recommend
mend recommend Doan's Kidney Pills, for my ex experience
perience experience with them convinced me that
they act just as represented. I have
taken Doan'a Kidney Pills on several
occasions for weak kidneys and lame
and aching back and I have never fail failed
ed failed to get benefit."
"When Your Back is Lame Remem Remember
ber Remember the Name." pon't simply ask for a
kidney remedy ask distinctly for
Etoan-s Kidney Pills the same that Mr.
Hall had, 50 all stores. Foster-Mil-burn
Co., Props., Buffalo, X. Y. Ad Xo 4
the health rnjpij er laid dowrj fnr the pnMane
of ex HcTant mothers. It i an external appli application
cation application tli.it spreads its influence uim all the
O'.rds,' muscles. Punu-iits and tendons that na nature
ture nature t alis iutu play : tbey -expand cracefully
without pain, without strain, ami thus leaTe
the mind -tare-free and in joyful anticipation of
the greatest of ail womanly ambition.
Mother's Friend must therefore he cniivk-rt-d
us directly a ni"t ininortant i&tiuaee upon the
character and dispfwitk-ti et the future genera generation.
tion. generation. It is r t.uueeded fact that, with nausea,
pain, n-rvo'iffiess and dread banished, there is
storel ti'i such an ahunduuee of'heaithy energy
as to bring 'into tn the hiV"t Heals of
those who fondly theorize m rules, that
in-nre the coming vf the perft.i i.ib.i,'
Mothers Friend can fc.ua ai any dm?st!t
at $l.oo u bottle, and it is unonstiinabiy o:v
of ti"-;p ivuifUiCiH that always has a plac? anion -.j
t'.- .iftwliel few in the intHltclne cabin.
M eher's Friend is prepared by the I'.radP'1
rulator ., 139 Lamar liiilg.. Atlatii,;, t,i t
r the formula of a noted fitrd'.v a '-Vrit.
Vrit. '-Vrit. them for a very lusU-ucttve boot e;
octant niThrr- that your urust. t vi-l
. .-I viia Mother's i'rieuu.
DtMlMon'M l.iver Tone Act .MUdIv, hut
Surely I, Ivt n I'p the Liver ami
You Stay oit Your Feel
It is the experience of calomel users
that if they take enough of the drug to
have the desired effect, it seriously in interferes
terferes interferes witli their work the day after.
Hut this is the least important item,
for calomel is often a dangerous drug
and acts on the system violently.
Don't take chances with calomel.
Get a bottle of the pleasant, safe and
perfectly harmless Dodson's Liver
Tone, guaranteed to take the place of
calomel. Instead of making you feel
wi)wf the next day It makes you feel
better and you actually are better,
for no remedy in the whole world liv livens
ens livens up the liver, regulates the bowels
and really reuvernates the system any
better than this dose.
You are the sole judge of its merits.
The Court Pharmacy is fully author authorized
ized authorized to hand you hack your money
without question if it fails to please,
you and relieve you.
Remember, if you feel constipated
and bilious, vhat jou need is Dodson's
Ltver Tone, A large bottle and a good
guarantee for 50 cents from the Court
Pharmacy. Ad No. 11
A. Waters, president; Miss I'mily Hal Hal-ford,
ford, Hal-ford, secretary; Miss Dixie Pillans.
chairman of the executive committee;
Miss Sallie Morrison. Miss Emily Hal Hal-ford,
ford, Hal-ford, W. C. White, George Brant, Jr.,
The Masonic order held its regulai
meeting Saturday afternoon.
Mr. D. F. Stebbleton and Mr. Collins
now have their sawmill erected at
Kyle v"c Young's farm and are cutting
Mr. Drew Holly and wife went to
Lake Laton undav.
Vi:i.I.S' 11ITTKU YVOHUs
ireat Power of Kurope Scad ai
matum to Oallaat Little
I.con Senator Druounrcil Judge
II. Parkbill of Tampa an a
Tallahassee. Ajri! 20. Judge Chas. f
1'. Parkhill of Tampa, former member
of tiie supreme court and president of
the New Constitution League of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, was called a lobbyist by Senator
A. S. Welts of Tallahassee in the Hen Hen-ate
ate Hen-ate yesterday.
Judge Parkhill has been here for
several days, since the House passed a
concurrent resolution inviting him to
address the legislature. Wells opposed
tiie resolution when it came to a vote
in the Senate today, saying that "other
lobbyists" had been ruled out.
Antivari, April 22. An ultimatum
was sent to Montenegro yesterday ty
the commander of the International
Meet blockading the coast declaring
that unless Montenegro immediately
withdrew her forces from Scutari
Caa J10'-5 W1U De landed at
jSan Giovanni di Medua.
KCZKMAf THY XI? MO
The Texas Wonder cures kidney and
bladder trouble. removing gravd,
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 mall on re receipt
ceipt receipt of 1. One small bottle Is two
months' treatment and seldom fails to
perfect a cure. Send x for testimonials
from this and other states. Dr. H. V.
Hall, 20:6 Olive street, St. Louis Mo.
Sold by all bruggists. Ad
Ila urrd Vort Can- anI You
Prove It for Only 25 Centa
Tes, try zemo. That's all you need
to do to get rid of the worst fca.se of
eczema. You take no chance, it is no
experiment. Zemo is positively guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed to stop itching, rash, raw,
bleeding eczema, make a pimpled face
smooth and clean. Zemo is a wonder
and the minute applied sinks in, van vanishes,
ishes, vanishes, leaves no evidence, doesn't
stick, no grease, just a pure, clean,
wonderful liquid and it cures. This is
guaranteed. Zemo Is put up by the E.
W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo.,
and sold by all druggists at ?1 for the
large bottle and at 25 cents for the
liberal size trial bottle. Try one 25 25-cent
cent 25-cent bottle and be convinced. Sold by
the Court Pharmacy. Ad. 1
FOR SALE Maxwell automobile, 21
horsepower, only been used six months,
in perfect condition, reason for selling,
need a four-passenger car. Apply to
I F. F.lalock. 4-18
VELVET IIEANS FOR SALE
100 bushels of velvet beans for sale
at $1.50 f. o. b. Ocala. Address box
398, Ocala, Fla. 4-2-tf dw
The successful poultry ra'ser uses
Conkey's Poultry Remedies because
he knows their value. Right now is
the time to get Conkej Remedies for
the hatching season. Conkey's Lice
Powder, Idee Liquid. Head Lice Oint Ointment.
ment. Ointment. White Diarrhoea and Cholera
Remedy. We guarantee absolute sat sat-icfactlon
icfactlon sat-icfactlon with every Conkey prepara preparation.
tion. preparation. Ocala Seed Store, tues-frl 4w
SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES
Allen's Foct-F-ase, the JUitisttptic powder. It relieve
ai" a 1. martins, vender, nervous feet,aud instardlv
take the -nu out ot corns and bunions, V thfc
rw comfort discovery of the age. Aliens Foot Foot-Kuem
Kuem Foot-Kuem '';" f ght or new shoes fi-cl e&ey. It is a
ce tiai -ciief for sweativs, vtflMMi'a swollen, tired,
:ciii:.L' feet- Aiwa yc it to llreak ic New shoes.
r it ':;; t evervwhere. 25 cents. Don't
i! Id' v&
t "by.Htn'f, Fnr FREE trial package
r Atler. st Ohned, Le Roy, N. V.
JTii JU o
or a Few lays?
Shoe polish of every description can
be found at the Court Pharmacy. If it
is shoe polist. they have it. Adv.
FOR BUHNS, HRUISES AM) SORES
J, E. GHAGE
Rooms 9, X aud 11, Second Floor,
Willi W Q
I am keeping at my Sales Hani and Lot, on
West Exposition Street three blocks west of the
court house square,
a Fine Drove of
Horses and Mules
Animals for all pur purposes,
poses, purposes, and at reason
able prices. I go to
market e a e h two
weeks aud select the
stock in person and
get the very best.
Call a! (he Lol, you will find some Sleek lo suit you,
if it is one or dozen head ycu need, I have them.
! ) i v f r' A
1 .i V ii ni t- '-f;'-
An elegant line of lawyers' manu manuscript
script manuscript covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
The quickest and surest cure for
burns, bruises, boils, sores, inflamma inflammation
tion inflammation and all skin biseases is Bucklin's
Arnica Salve. In four days It cured I
H. Haflin, of Iredell, Tex., of a sore on
his. aakle which pained him so he could
hardly walk. Should be In every
house. Only 25 cents. Recommended
by Tydings & Co. Adv.
Beck's harci water soap, ten cents
per ck. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
10c size Hecker's Self Rising Buckwheat 3 for 25c
DRIVE SICK HEADACHES AWAY
Sick headaches, sour, gassy stomach,
indigestion and biliousness 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 Tydings & Co. Advi
KMtJIITS OF PYTHIAS
M. d. NICHOI
LIVE STOCK DEALER OCALA, FLORIDA
Ocala Lodge Xo. 1 '.I
n,.,,! Vrv VI 1 1 it ,l .1 v i4 ill t, rn r
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit
ing brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Sage. K. R. S. Ad
Attorney at Law
jMunroe & Chambliss Bldg
Ocalo, Fla. :
DR. L F. BLALQGK
OFFICE OVER COMMERCIAL
For rheumatism you will find noth nothing
ing nothing better than Chamberlain's Lini Liniment.
ment. Liniment. Try it and see how quickly It
gives relief. For sale by all deal deal-era.
era. deal-era. Adv.
FOR REXT Pleasant room. Large.
Two beds. Close In. Gentlemen. Ad Address,
dress, Address, Reasonable, care Star.
Cures Old Sores, Other Remedies Won't Cure.
The worst cases, no matter of how lorn? standing,
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Ilealir.g Oil. It relieves
Pain and Heals at the name time. 25c, 50c, $1.00
35c bottle Pure Maple Syrup
3 pounds Evaporated Apples
35c package Cluster Rasins
Melba face pv -titrations are new ar arrivals
rivals arrivals at tfe Court Pharmacy. Just
lo.'k around on entering the store and
vou will see them. Adv.
"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. H: Silks, 2 Dowling
street, Sydney, Australia. This remedy
is for sale by all dealers. Adv.
WANT pl Man with family for
farm work. Must he in position to
fommence now. IUjx 16."!. 4-21
WHY HE WAS LATE.
"What made you so late?"
"I met Smithson."
Well that is no reason why you j
should be an hour late getting home to
1 T T
J. G. PURVIS,
"I know, but I asked him how he was
feeling, and he insisted on telling me
about his stomach trouble.
"Did you tell him to take Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets?"
"Sure, that is what he needs." Sold
by all Dealers, Adv.
WHITE STAR LIME,
'l'H.VXSFER AND FIHKPISOOK STORAGE!
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
of Reddick is
Mrs. S. Ramey.
spent thu week
Mr. and Mrs W
21. Mrs. I. W. P.oring
visiting her sister here.
Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store.
Don'tbe surprised If you nave an at attack
tack attack of rheumatism th's spring. Just
rub the affected parts freely with
Chamberlain's Liniment and it will
soon disappear. For ssle by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Adv.
Redditt of Mr-Inu.ah
end with her parents,
: A. Redditt.
Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Superior to Plaster
or Ccilicp in
Quafiiy or Price.
FOR RKNT RKNT-ing.
ing. RKNT-ing. Apply to
-Offices in Holder build build-Davis
Davis build-Davis & Martin.
Mrs. Oolwtn and little
Dade "City are the ixuest:
Rowell here this week.
Mrs. W. A. Redditt and son. Master
Dickson Irvine left nn.lji- t.w vu-t
with Mrs. Redditt s niece and nephew, ; lease, or exchange,
Mr .and Mrs. W. K. Tyre of
Mrs. Evans of IIaml Grove spent Up with me at once,
the day wit it her daughter and family,!
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Crosby.
Mrs. .1. P. Ausley and baby boy re returned
turned returned home Friday from Plant City,
where she had gone for her health, but
soon returned on account of ill health.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wartmann, Mr.
If you wish to buy, sell,
silver pay y0U t0 take the matter
J. H. BRINS0N
Plectra. April 21. Mr. Will Morrison
had the misfortune to lose his home
by fire last Thursday niaht. The
ori a in of the fire is not known. The
friends and neighbors who knew of
their loss contributed generously to
Mr rjer,r .. Ilrant. dr.. took a load of
oranses to town last Monday and
while busily engaged in disposing ol
Ms wares, his horses ran away and one
of them was badly bruised.
Mr. Louis Pillans. wife and little
daughter came out to Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Pillans' Tuesday and on Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday this party with Mr. J. C. Pillans
drove Mr. Pillans' car to Orlando for a
Mrs. It. A. llalford and Miss Pmily
Halford were shoppers in town Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. The Plectra Dramatic Club was or organized
ganized organized Saturday night at the school
house. Twenty-one members were en enrolled
rolled enrolled with the 'ollowing officers: G.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, TIKSOAV, apkiL 22, 191s
OCALA EVENING STAR
I '.it tinker & Carroll Proprietors.
H. H. Carroll, Uusiness Manager.
J. H. IVnjamln, "Editor.
Kntered in the postoffice at Ocala,
Fla.. as .-conl" class mall matter
SOMH DKLICATK ITl'ATIOS
The present administration is devot devoted
ed devoted and committed to peace. The return
of the democratic party to power was
a protest against the policy of the re republicans,
publicans, republicans, who more and more showed
a di.poItion to entangle thi.s country
in tiie disputes of foreign nations.
Nevertheless, it need not be surpris surprising
ing surprising if the United Htates becomes in involved
volved involved in one. if not two. wars in the
next year or so.
The greatest danger is in Japan. The
people of that country, unduly elated
by their victory over Russia, desirous
of expansion, and irritated by the
treatment of their people in California
and other western states, are by no
means unlikely to provoke a conflict
that would cost America immensely in
blood and treasure, and would proba probably
bly probably end in forcing us into a position of
an imperialistic and bullying world world-power
power world-power such as has not yet been seen
on the globe.
We would not have any reason to
fear even a temporary backset in a
war with Japan if it was not for the
Filipine Incubus saddled upon us by
Iollar Mark Hanna and statesmen of
his stripe fifteen years ago. War with
the Sunrise Kingdom would almost
certainly begin with an onslaught of
the Japs on the Filipines, and they
would probably win at the outset. Of
course, they would not have a walk walkover.
over. walkover. There are many American fight fighters
ers fighters in the islands, and it is not likely
that the Filipinos would altogether
side with the Japanese. They desire
independence; they know they have
some hone of it from America, and If
conquered by Japan they would be
come the vassals of that empire, same
as the Formosans and Koreans.
If Japan took the Filipines from us,
we would set to work to retake them,
and at the same time give the Japs
such a thrashing that they would not
forget it in a thousand years. Of
course, we would succeed in time, but
it would "cost such an expenditure of
life and money as has never been
known before, and when it was over
it would no longer be the American re republic
public republic but the American empire, dom dominating
inating dominating with the mailed fist over all
Trouble with Mexico can only be
avoided by the most charitable and
delicate diplomacy. Any other nation
than this one would have had an army
la Mexico months ago. At present, the
situation is more hopeless than ever.
Mexican affairs are in chaos, and there
III no sign of bringing them into shape
from any interior influence.
From a military standpoint, Mexico
would be an easy conquest. She has
no navy, no money, no credit, her army
is torn to tatters, and it would be
comparatively easy for this country to
cut off all supplies of arms and am ammunition.
munition. ammunition. There would be, however, a
guerilla war that would last for years
and cost us many valuable lives. The
bulk of the Mexican people would
probably be glad of intervention, which
would give them better government
than they have ever known, but their
influence would count for nothing until
the country was subjected.
If we have to interfere in Mexico
this year, and the people of the west
ern states maintain their attitude to toward.
ward. toward. Japan, It would be to the interest
of that country. If a conflict must
come, to begin it now, before the Pan Pan-.
. Pan-. ama canal is complete. The statesmen
f Japan are wise and moderate, and
seem to be doing all in their power to
maintain peace. But it may be beyond
their ability to restrain the hot-tempered
masses of their people.
The administration seems disposed to
speak softly and not make any undue
display of big sticks. If it can also
inaugurate a policy that will give the
Filipinos definite hope of speedy inde independence,
pendence, independence, thus making them allies
against Japan in case of war, it will
greatly promote the prospects of
mPHKSSIVR TO KIHOPK
Secretary Daniels announces that
next winter practically the entire At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic (leet will be sent on a three
months' cruise to the Mediterranean.
This will be the new secretary's first
step in pursuance with his policy to
make the navy, in times of peace, a
great educational force for the enlisted
men and to afford them opportunity to
enjoy the broadening advantages of
first hand knowledge of the great
countries of the world. The secretary
believes such a cruise will add greatly
to the sailors' usefulness. When the
Meet leaves for the Mediterranean,
t vice the muzzle energy of the famous
b.ittle fleet sent around the world In
107 by former President Roosevelt
and a fleet of half again as great ton tonnage
nage tonnage will steam.
Editor Collens of the Summerfield
Chronicle says he will cry aloud and
spare not till Marion county has a no-
fence law. No doubt our farmers and
stockmen will come to it in time. All
those who have improved cattle keep
them up now. It is impossible to raise
fine stock on the range, and the plan
of oastunnsr cattle one season in a
field that l to be cultivated the next
is one of the Invaluable aids to agri agriculture.
culture. agriculture. However, there are many
people in this county. who pasture
their stock in the woods and it would
be at first a great hardship to compell
them to pen them up. In our big and
diversified county there is considerable
room for conflictins interests on this
The ancient Saxons were accustom accustomed
ed accustomed to say "Waes hael" as they lifted
foam'ng soblets of mead toward each
other as they drank health to their
enemies. From this came"the word
"wassail," generally applied to a
drinking bout. In pronounciation it
sounded something like "raise hell."
which was generally appropr'ate then,
and sometimes is now.
An Iconoclast is out with the state statement
ment statement that Mary's little lamb never ex existed,
isted, existed, that the young lady's name was
Lucy. Wish he had found it out soon sooner.
er. sooner. Our headline architect says that
"Lucy's Little Lamb" would have been
an alliterative godsend to him.
The estate of the late J. Pierpont
Morgan amounted to $125,000,000, the
bulk of which he left to h's son, J.
Pierpont Morgan, Jr.
Ex-Governor Gilchrist is against
Paying any more money to Col. S. I.
Wailes. He says Wailes was suf sufficiently
ficiently sufficiently rewarded for his work.
It is reported on good authority that
Germany's immense army is the most
discontented in Kurope. TV ith the ex
ception of the Russians, the men are
the worst ied. worst clothed and worst
paid of the soldiers of all the great
powers. It is said that the French
take better care of their army than
any people on the continent.
DIVISION OT DKSIttKI).
There are undoubtedly some people
In Marion who desire to flock off with
eastern Levy, and form a little county
of their own, but such a secession is
not desired by the majority of the cit citizens
izens citizens of the county, and is probably
opposed by many living in the section
that some are trying to split off.
We have not been made wise to the
lines of the proposed new county or
informed how much the secessionists
desire to take with them. We are
tolerably sure, however, that they
want to take a slice out of Marion as
far east as Blitchton, and from Levy
a chunk as far west as Albion. They
also probably figure on going south to
Dunnellon and the Withlacoochee.
Such a county would cut a large and
wealthy section from Marion, and
would take about the best of its terri territory
tory territory from Levy. Neither county can
be expected to allow such a carving If
it can prevent it.
But while such a county would
gouge Marion and cripple Levy, It
would not be strong enough to give
its people the improvements the de desire
sire desire for which is their main incentive
in calling for division.
The principal reason, as we under understand
stand understand it, of the people of northwestern
Marion for leaving the rest of us i3
that they feel that they have not been
fairly treated in the matter of roads.
The main highway from Ocala thru
their section is not in good condition,
and other roads are worse.
We admit they have reason for com
plaint, but how will they better them themselves
selves themselves by seceding? They will have
to come to Ocala almost as much as
ever. They will have the same amount
of business. The public records since
Marion was a county will still be here.
About the only difference will be in
their not having to come so often to
the circuit court. And they would not
only deplete but trade the help they
are sure to obtain as part of a large
and wealthy county for that of a small
and weak one.
They have not as good roads as
some other parts of Marion, and they
have better than some others. Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Mayo was In their territory
a short time ago. He says that the
roads are as good as those In some
other parts of the county that have no
idea of seceding. However, that may
be, Chairman Carmichael of the county
board has promised to do all in his
power to have their roads attended to
as soon as possible. They stand a
much better chance of speedy help
from their present home folks than
they do from the people of eastern
Levy, who have their own little axes.
The publication of Dr. Blltch's mes
sage in tne star -10naay caused con considerable
siderable considerable attention. Secretary Rooney
of the Board of Trade thought best
for a deputation'.of prominent citizens
to attend the proposed mass meeting,
and found several ready to go, but
could not find out where the meeting
would be held. Dr. Blltch's message
did not state the location, and no one
here knew of the meeting.
At the direction of the governors of
the Board of Trade, Mr. Rooney tele
graphed Senator Carney and Represen
tatives Light and Spencer, in Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, to head off the movement.
In this determination to prevent
county division, the representatives of
Marion will have the help of the peo
pie of Gainesville, who are now threat
ened with an attempt to carve their
county in a way that would leave the
county seat about three miles from one
corner, there being a move on foot to
cut a new county off Alachua and
Bradford. There seems to be no reason
for this except the desire of some peo
ple for a change.
The Star does not see any reason for
any new counties in this part of Flor
Ida. The present counties are compact
and convenient In shape and none of
them have the population and revenue
that would Justify division.
It has been hinted very broadly
since the return of the committee from
Tampa that if Crystal River does not
set the improvements so longed for
that we will have Mr. VartRoy and
Rev. Frost to thank for it, as they
talked so fast and continuously, no one
else was granted the privilege of
speech and one man made his exit
entirely. Crystal River News.
Matinee Temple tomorrow; five reels
and vaudeville. Adv.
John Runny, five reels, two vaude vaudeville
ville vaudeville acts. Temple tonight. Adv.
DR. D. M. BONEY
Optometry Office and Laboratory
9 to 12 a, m.. 1:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2-C Gary Building, Ocala. Fla
. C. SMITH,
Rear of Marcus Frank's
Day Phone 10
Xlght Phone 94
W. G, BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. BOX 46 OCALA. FLA.
HAVE YOUR CAR PA IX TED
CALt ll-VTK POIt V
II ASM? II CORN CROP
Irofeor Vernon Will Meet Young
Marion County Asrrleulturistt!
la Ocala May 3
Notice to all members of the Boys'
Corn Club of Marion county. I have
been informed by Mr. J. J. Vernon of
Gainesville, who has charge of the
boys" corn club work for the state,
that he will be in Ocala on Saturday,
May 3rd. to address and instruct you
in your club work. Hope all who pos possibly
sibly possibly can attend will do so, for we want
to get thoroughly organized and put
forth every effort possible to make
this the banner corn crop year. Alach
ua county is going to join, with us in
the county fair and her boys art- going
to do their best. I know we have a
smart boys as are found in the state
and ju."t as good land, so let beat the (screaming farce comedy,
whole state. It would be a sreat J Look Not Upon the Wine" is an an-pleasure
pleasure an-pleasure to me to send one of Marion j other comedy chock full of laughter,
county's boys to Washington. If. C. J "iut Yourself in Their Place" is also
next December for growing the great- ja laughable comedy guaranteed to
est amount of corn on an acre of; cure any irrouch. This funny picture
ground. Hoping to see you all in! features Miss Clara Kimball Young
Ocala on May the 3rd, and with kind-'and Mr. James Young,
est regards and wishing one and all I "The Firemen's Drill' is an enter enter-success,
success, enter-success, I am, S. J. McCully, taining and instructive picture which
By order yesterday of Jud??e Call in
the federal court. Graver C. McClure
of Ocala was appointed referee in
bankruptcy, having jurisdiction ex extending
tending extending over the counties of Lake,
Sumter, Citrus and Marion. Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. TIIK FIKK AT 7.1'HKR
The fire at Zuber yesterday caused
the entire destruction of the planing
mill and shed of the Itoess Lumber Co.
The fire started in the shavings house.
About 300,000 feet of lumber was in
the shed. The loss to the Roess Lum Lumber
ber Lumber Co. was about five or six thousand
dollars, practically covered by insur insurance.
ance. insurance. The Sumner Lumber Co. also
lost some valuable machinery.
CITHl'S COIVTV HOY MISSINCi
W. G. Turknette, a substitute rail
way mail clerK running out or jacK-
sonville, has been missing since April j
the police, have been search ins in vain
tor even a trace or nim. mi iainer is
postmaster at Citronelle.
KAKLY CI.OSrVG MOVES ALOXG
I'roMpect Good that All
Our IIiiKine j
Men Will Sign the Petition
We, the undersigned merchants and
business men of the city of Ocala,
agree to close our stores and places of
business at 1 o'clock Thursdays and 6
o'clock during the week, except Sat
urdays, beginning on Thursday, May
1st, 1913, and continuing till the last
Thursday in September:
Knight & Lang.
McLaughlin & Tolar.
Melver & MacKay.
Hayes & Guynn.
The Ocala Bazaar.
Marion Hardware Co.
J. G. McCrory Co.
A. E. Burnett.
W. H. Marsh.
R. M. Giles, 6:30.
E. G. Rivers & Co
V. C. Detterich,
W. F. Rlesch.
J. A. Chandler.
I. II. Perkins.
Todd & Company.
A. C. Leggett.
H. S. Chambers.
Marion Furniture Co.
Counts Grocery Co.
S. A. Moses.
O. K. Teapot, 6:30.
J. R. White, 6:30.
M. V. Sampson.
Edward P. Martin.
L W. Harley & Bro.
Helvenston & Pasteur, 6:30.
F. K. Powers.
M. Frank, if all D. Q. agree.
Haycraft and DeCamp.
Miss Mary Affleck.
L. J. Blalock & Bro.
A. M. Laneford.
Chas. M. Lucas.
Mrs. Minnie Bostick.
II. A. Waterman, 6:30.
Ocala Gas Co.
Died at his home in our city last
Sunday night a little before seven
o'clock, William Tilghman, the young youngest
est youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Tilgh Tilghman,
man, Tilghman, aged ten years. Palatka News.
Messrs. P. J. Theus and R. C. Wil Williams
liams Williams of Ocala were here last Friday
looking over the situation with a view
to opening a large furniture s.tore
some time soon. People are lookin.g
towards Bushnell. Rushnell Times.
Mr. Will Knight opened the tomato
season by the first shipment Monday.
Uushnell will be a very busy place
around the depot for the next sixty
days. Rushnell Times.
OFFICE FOR IlEXT
A .good front office on ground floor,
well adapted for insurance, physician,
real estate, etc. Apply to II. E.
WOODMEX OF TIIE WOULD
Fort King Camp No. 14, Woodmen of
the World, will hold its next regular
meeting Friday evening. May yth, at
Yonge's Hall. Every member is urge I
to be present. Visitors always wel welcome.
come. welcome. J. F. Thompson. C. C.
C. K. Sage. Clerk. Ad.
Tulula I)dge No. 22,
Order of Odd Fellows.
Tuesday evening:, at 7:
Yonge's Hall. Fort Kin
20 o'clock lr.
r ave. Visit
in the city invited to be with us.
L F. Ballard. N. G.
W. L Colburt, Secretary. Ad.
SOlETIII( THAT WOXT IHIEIk
Ladies, it is a comb that we guar guarantee
antee guarantee that you cannot break. Call at
the Court Pharmacy and ask to see it
on your next trip down town. Adv.
FOR SALE Rambler 34-horsepower,
foredoor touring' car, also auto truck.
Address, Geo. R. Xeedham. Leesburg,
The correct treatment ror cuts.
burns, scalds, wounds, sores lumbago,
rheumatism, or neuralgia is BAL
LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT, it is neai neai-ing,
ing, neai-ing, penetrating and anticeptic which
is everything that is needed to effect
a complete cure. ... Price zoc, uc ana i
per bottle.' Sold by all druggists. A3.
Ol'FA DAY AMI MGHT
Merchant'? Cart. A.
C. L. depot cor cor-?
? cor-? and lunches at
ner. Meals a la cat.
any hour. Ad.
Cash I'ritr, Four KeelM. Five Fine Pic Picture
ture Picture at the Ideal Tonight
Despite the big crowds that attend attended
ed attended the Park show last night the pop popular
ular popular 1 1 1 1 Ideal had a good sized au audience
dience audience who greatly enjoyed the fine
Mr. J. H. Hill of Sarasota was the
holder of the lucky number which won
the cash prize offered by the Ideal, j
Thee cah prizes will be continued, I
to be given away every night this!
Tonight the Ideal offers a very at-
tractive program, as follows:
'"Range Law," a fine western picture.
jis an excellent Diamond S Ranch
Man's Married" is
appeals to old and younrr.
Don't forget the price, 5 and 10 cents,
and the cash prizes all this week.
Five Heel, Two Vaudeville let, John
lltiiinv. Temple Toufuht
Another fine show tonight with John
Runny heading the bill in a scream screamingly
ingly screamingly funny comedy by the Vitagraph
company. Five reels and two vaude vaudeville
ville vaudeville acts, a single by Miss Carter, and
"The Kid Kldders." a side splitting
double act by those jolly jesters Carter
and Carter. Don't forget a children's
matinee at 3:15 tomorrow afternoon;
five reels and vaudeville.
WOTIir.lt IHG IMI'HOVKMKM
Well Unlit and Spaelou Structure n
South Maguolta Street
Ocala boasts of it
rapid strides in
the erection of many large buildings
recently, but none shows to better ad
vantage than the one now being erect- j
ed by the Metropolitan Realty and i
Co. on North Magnolia
street. This building- is constructed of
Georyia brk.k anil has umler u a con.
, . ,,
crete foundation capable of carrving- a
Lkvra.r Th hnii.im. ha fnr
large stores on the ground floor, while
on the second floor there will be a doz dozen
en dozen desirable suites of offices suitable
for physicians and other professional
and business men. The halls are spa-
cious and the ceilings are high. The
third floor will be used as a convention j
hall. It is easily the largest hall in
Ocala. It will also be used to accom-i
modate the large shows that may need
it from time to time. j
It will, when finished, easily rank as j
ne of our best constructed buildings.)
George unes, wno is superintending
the construction, sees that every angle
and place needing it has a secure brac bracing.
ing. bracing. The ground floors will oe of cement,
and all stores will have .metal, ceilings
ami fine show windows. All wood woodwork
work woodwork will be first. e4ass. The, archi architects
tects architects of the building, Messrs. Mclver &
MacKay, have shown great skill in
adjusting the building to the many
uses to which it will be devoted.
If there has been any lack of faith
on the part of others who think of in in-Vesting
Vesting in-Vesting in Ocala. it ought to be remov removed,
ed, removed, for when a body of our colored citi citizens
zens citizens erect a ?20,000 building -so easily
and with a cooperative spirit that is
magnificent, it may readily be seen
what great possibilities we have In i
our city. This is one of the many in indexes
dexes indexes ..of the greater Ocala that is
The company which is erecting the
building referred to above was organ organized
ized organized three yers ago and capitalized at
$?r,000. It has had a phenomenal
j. f. jf:nkin,
Jo IF. JEKZITB
General Building Contractors
30;? Oxeola Street, Ocala, Fla. PHONE 389. Mock Northeast of VostotRee
THK VEI1V BEST OF EVERYTHING IX HOLDING COXSTIUCTIOV
We are prepared to handle all branches of Building Work, no matter how large or small. We offer our
services and materials. Carpentry, Masonry, Brick and Stone, Plumbing. Steam Fitting, Lathing and Plas Plastering.
tering. Plastering. Roofing, Blacksmithing, Special Iron Work, and all other branches of building..
We Offer to the Tratle Li me Cement, Plaster, Hoofing, Sewer Pipe, Plumb! i and Steam Fitting Supplies and
Building Brick, Both Common aud Press!.
growth and has made conservative and
, most desirable investments and busi-
ness transactions. It has paid hand hand-i
i hand-i some dividends to the stockholders. Its
I realty holdings in Ocala are many,
having the distinction of owning the
whole block upon which the building
is erected. It also has to its credit the
erection of several other houses lor its
clients. The company certainly has the
good will and good wishes of the pro progressive
gressive progressive citizens of Ocala and this sec section,
tion, section, it has been the means of put putting
ting putting thousands of dollars into circula circulation
tion circulation and judging from the present ac activity
tivity activity it will continue to do great
things. The company's office will be
moved into this new building within
the next month. The building will be
ready for occupancy about the middle
of the summer.
The officers and directors of the
company are: George Giles, president;
J. L. Wiley, vice president; F. I. Gad Gad-son,
son, Gad-son, treasurer; J. S. LaRoche, secre secretary;
tary; secretary; Dr. Wilson, assistant manager;
C. II. Stewart, assistant secretary; R.
Mitchell and D. W. Goodwin. These
men are all well known and held In
high esteem for their business qualities
and conservative transactions.
By careful management the stock of
the company has almost doubled In
value and is rated as very desirable
PAIXS IX THE STOMACH
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, da da-betes
betes da-betes or Bright's disease. Thousands
recommend Electric Bitters as the very
best stomach and kidney medicine
made. II. T. Alston, of Raleigh, N. C,
who suffered with pain in the stomach,
and back, writes: "My kidneys were
deranged and my liver did not work
right. I suffered much, but Electric
Bitters was recommended
proved from the first dose.
and I im-
I now feel
like a new man." It will improve you,
too. Ouly 50 cents and $1. Recom
mended by Tydings & Co. Adv.
John Bunny, five reels, two vaude
ville acts, Temple tonight. Adv.
Matinee Temple tomorrow; five reels
and vaudeville. Adv..-
FOR RENT Comfortable house close
in. Apply to Star office. 4-22-?
A X OPTIMISTIC OPIX IOX.
The reduction of the tariff on citrus
fruit cannot possibly hurt the grower.
The world is open for the famous
Florida orange and prices will rule
just the same. Don't lose any sleep
over the reduction In the tariff, the
grower's bank account will be none
the less. Summerfield Chronicle.
CHAPTER XO. 13, IL A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter Xo. 13, It. A. M., "on the fourth
Friday in every month, at 7:30 p. m.
C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Drown, Secretary. Ad.
Of Five Rooms each, well located,
New Houses close in, all located on
corner lots. Always rented for
$15. each per month. For Sale at
on part of
over all expenses,
sell one or all three. See
at once if you want the property,
for it is a Bargain and will be sold
G. K. WILLIAMS,
TOE COMING OF SPRINGTIME
MEANS TOE 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 MattlDa and Crex Ruas
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
CHICKENS FOR -FRYING t.
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 HiiTTOH. CELERY, OYSTERS, ETC.
First Class Service Assured and will Appreciate your trade
Phone 108 W. H. MARSH, City Market
BROADWAY AND 11th ST.
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans.
vmt-iau Plan, 12 per day and up. European Plan, 11.00 per lay nd i
Special Weekly Rates.
Churchill & Co.
K. M. WILLIAMS.
Dig Porch Rockers
and Garden Tools
OCALA EVEXlKG STAR, Tuesday, april 22, 1913
ALONE AD AFFLICTED
g us hepyou
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 n Savings Accounts
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
Elks meet this evening.
sf v? if if
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Moo?e meet Thursday evening.
Royal Arch meet-? Friday night.
Sweet peas by the dozen or hundred.
Phone No. 246. Adv. 4-21-3td
Icy-Hot bottles at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Adv.
Matinee Temple tomorrow;
and vaudeville. Adv.
Sweet peas by the dozen or hundred.
Phone No. 24S. Adv. 4-21-3td
SIX ROOM COTTAGE FOR RENT
Apply to Mrs. R. D. Fuller. 1-5
Clocks of all kinds and at all prices.
A. E. Burnett. Adv.
Sweet peas by the dozen or hundred.
Phone No. 246. Adv. 4-21-3td
Mr. E. P. Rentz has returned from
Jacksonville, where he spent last week
in the interest of the Ocala Northern.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms In
modern home, for coupli or two young
men. With board or without. Phone
There was a sad scene at Melver &
MacKaj's chapel this morning when a
few friends gathered around the tiny
casket that held the remains of little
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. W. Brown and
children are refugees from Mexico.
Driven out by the revolution, they ar arrived
rived arrived in Tampa with only a little
money and a few personal belongings
saved from the wreck of a comforta comfortable
ble comfortable hume in the land of the Monte Monte-zumas.
zumas. Monte-zumas. Mr. Brown's old home was jn
England, and the little family headed
in that direction. It was necessary,
however, for the mother and little
Madalon, eighteen months old, to stop
in Ocala. while Mr. Brown and the two
other children went on. At New York,
he was too sick to go further, and had
to be taken to a hospital while strang strangers
ers strangers looked after the children. Mean Meanwhile,
while, Meanwhile, in Ocala. little Madalon drooped
and died, despite the efforts of the
friends whom the mother soon found.
and this morning after a brief service,
at which Rev. W. H. Coleman officiat officiated,
ed, officiated, she was laid away in old Ever Evergreen.
green. Evergreen. Mrs. Brown, who has been stopp'ng
at the Wisteria, will go on to New
York as soon as she can recover some somewhat
what somewhat from the physical and mental
distress caused by her little one's ill illness
ness illness and death. She is a refined and
intelligent lady, and has made friends
of all who have met her.
If you have any Items for this de department,
partment, department, call Phone 106.
ELKS MEET TONIGHT
Mr. II. M. Hampton went to Sanford
last night, where he is looking after
legal business today.
ROOMS FOR RENT Large, cool,
furnished rooms for rent. Apply to
Mrs. T. H. Wallis, 116 South 2nd St.
The Elks will have a business ses session
sion session tonight and a big squad of candi candidates
dates candidates is ready for initiation. Refresh Refreshments,
ments, Refreshments, including green turtle soup,
will be served. A full attendance is
FIX ANCI L HEPRES.EXTATIVES
Matinee Temple tomorrow; five reels
and vaudeville. Adv.
Mr. J. D. McDonald of the Ocala
Northern, spent Sunday in Jacksonville
Mr. II. J. Nichols brought down a
new six-passenger Cadillac car from
Jacksonville yesterday for the agents,
Messrs. Knight & Lang.
The bankers of the state will meet
in Jacksonville tomorrow, Ocala will
he represented as follows:
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank
Messrs. J. M. Thomas and A. E. Gerig.
Commercial Mr. Geo. J. Blitch.
Ocala National Messrs. H. D. Stokes
of Ocala and Mr. Ed L. Wartmann of
To Entertain for Vlwitor
Thursday afternoon Miss Annie Da Davis
vis Davis will entertain a number of friends
in honor of Misses Ethel and Lola Mc Mc-Clure
Clure Mc-Clure and Miss Mary Skip worth, three
The reading club had an instructive
meeting this afternoon with Miss Alice
Mrs. H. F. Watt, who has been in
Tampa for a ten days" visit has return returned
ed returned home.
Mr. Ned Williams has returned to
Brooksville. after spending the week
end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.
Mr. and Mrs, D. S. Wood row spent
the day at their home on Lake Weir.
KEEP THAT DOLLAR
Take any dollar out of your pocket, look at it and realize
wnat it means. In that dollar there is a man's work for a
v hole day, and there is FOR YOU freedom from slavery and
from poverty for at least one day.
Look at the dollar, realize it represents labor value frozen
into money. -
Keep that dollar not in your pocket, but in this bank,
where it will earn interest. Add other dollars to it, and it
won't take you long to become independent.
CAPITAL FULL PAID IS 7MI.
IL D. STOKES, CasbJar.
JNO. I. EDWARDS, Pras. CLARENCE CAMP. VIe Tr.
ALWAYS TAKING THEM IX
IF. E. McCLANE, IVI. O.
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
THE Dr. MCLANE 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.
Tearl tooth brushes are sold at
Gerig's drug stores at 25c. and guar
I'ouceman r omny nas rouna a sun- j e;;iy ire's degree,
case filled with articles of feminine
wear. The loser can
calling on Mr. Fomby.
The fCof I had a largetT-attended
meeting last night and did gob4 work
second degrees, In-
rank of page were
Flippen. S. S. Savage,
McLean. Messrs. Sam
ITownsend attained fthe
in the first aru!
itiated into the!
(Jr.. and W. L
Mrs. Flora MaeKay Morrison
guest, .miss -Marguerite wade, have r
turnea to .uorristjon alter spending a
few days in Ocala
vM.r;5, JT. J. Sistrunk, wh-fias been
visiting herdaughfer7 Irs. Nola Fer Ferguson,
guson, Ferguson, left several days ago for Tren Trenton
ton Trenton to visit another daughter. Mrs.
Mrs. Sidnej- Maddox, after a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit to her Ocala and Uelleview
friends, returned to her home in St.
Petersburg today, accompanied by her
brother, Mr. Willie Kilpatrick, and lit
tle nephew, Master Lonnie Kilpatrick.
Mrs. A. Y. Strunk, now in Jackson.
Miss., will probably visit friends in
Memphis before returning home. Her
granddaughter. Miss Eileen Ferguson,
whose life was despaired of a few
weeks ago, is much better now.
Mrs. Chas. L Moore is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. K. C. Staley, at Pal Palmetto.
metto. Palmetto. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Looney are home
from a pleasant visit to friends at
Mrs. M. K. Robinson, who spent ten
days at her former home in Savannah,
returned home last night, having had a
most delightful time.
South Atlantic League,
Heating's Biifif elf
recover it byf
lit' SI XKS M M E. !S. A S SOCI ATI O X
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 thi3 section of the country that handle this brand of fence and
have demonstrated in the past 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 w-ire 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.
KNIGHT l LANG
i The business men's association will
Nyal's Corn Remover actually re- j meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the city
moves. 25c. at both Gerig drug stores. Shall. All members are urged to attend.
SKSSIOXS OF THE WOMAX'S
night from a
ATTEXTIOX PHI LATHE AS
Counts returned last
business trip to Jack-. This evening at the Methodist church
(there is to be a very interesting and
! instructive young people's meeting, at
: which I hope to see every member of
It beats the band what a lot of in interest
terest interest some of the boys take In the
display of underwear in Rivers' show
the Raptist Philathea class.
Marguerite Porter, President.
HOUSEHOLD fiOODS FOR SALE
Messrs. Jenkins and Williams are
busy fitting up the new Board ofj Two roonl ?5ze axminster druggets,
Trade headquarters. Mr. Rooney hopes two axminster hall runners, three ax-
to move into them tomorrow.
Mr. C. II. Dame, who is now form forming
ing forming a big class of Woodmen for the
Tampa camps, spent Sunday in Ocala
and returned to Tampa Monday.
Mr. A. B. Cochran, a well known and
popular Coast Line conductor, with a
run from Lakeland to Waycross, was
in the city last night.
minster rugs, all Oriental patterns; one
three-burner perfect'on oil stove, one
glass front combination cupboard, fine
lace curtains, portiers, couch, felt mat mattress
tress mattress and cover, phonograph and twelve
nicely selected records. Henry Peyser,
119 Ft. King Ave. and Sanchez.
Mr. Arthur R. Anderson, represent representing
ing representing the Literary Digest, of New York,
was in the city today, interviewing
Secretary Rooney of the Board of
Richard, the little two-year-old son
i of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Gibson of the
jj Harrington Hall hotel, who has been
so ill for the past week or ten days,
is much better today.
WORLD'S AL3IAXAC AT BALLARD'S
New 1913 World's Almanac, Just re received;
ceived; received; 35 cents at Ballard's News Newsstand.
stand. Newsstand. Adv.
If you want a well, have a good one
and let S. H. Christian do your work.
Adv. May 21.
TRAINS ARE RIXXIXG LATE
Mr. Cannon G. Blease, sheriff of New Newberry
berry Newberry county, S. C, and a brother of
the live wire governor of that state,
stopped In the city Sunday between
trains to visit his former neighbors,
the Walters family. He was on his
Sway to Tampa after four prisoners.
Mr. F. Z. Wellhoner came over from
Palatka Saturday, for a visit to his
j daughter-in-law. Mrs. Laura Well
honer, and accompanied by Mrs. Well Well-jhoner,
jhoner, Well-jhoner, Mrs. Sherouse and Mr. Walter
I Perkins, visited his old home and
friends near Grahamville Sunday.
The southbound S. A. L. passenger
train No. 43, was over two hours late
this afternoon, bringing the northern
mail, and the northbound A. C. L. train
No. 40. was two hours late. The Coast
Line train was overloaded, as there
were two extra Pullman cars on from
St. Petersburg filled with tourists re
turning home. One car was going to
New York and the other to Michigan,
and every passenger had a yellow rib ribbon
bon ribbon badge with a big letter F. Of
course, they were asked to explain,
and gave the information that it stood
There were meftings by districts,
conducted by district secretaries, or in
the absence of those the meetings were
presided over by the visitors. Miss
Rayalty was to have conducted a
meeting on Wesley houses but was
unavoidably detained at home.
Mrs. Trawick conducted the service
on Christian stewardship. She also
conducted the evening service, her sub subject
ject subject being missions in the south.
The devotional service was conduct conducted
ed conducted by Miss Tydlngs, after which the
question box was opened. This was
very interesting as there were numer numerous
ous numerous questions asked. Then the reports
of the four vice presidents, beginning
with Mrs. Pyle. Her report on the
children and young people was very
encouraging. It showed considerable
increase over last year. Mrs. King,
second vice president, was kept away
from the meeting on account of sick sickness
ness sickness in her family. The third vice
president was also detained at home on
account of illness in her family, and
where the vice presidents were absent
they had no reports. Mrs. Curtis, the
fourth vice president, said she felt
ashamed to make lrer report after such
a fine one by the first vice president.
She was sorry that the other two were
absent so that her report would not
appear so bad. Her report, however,
was fine, if it did not come up to the
District secretaries reports were then
taken up. Miss Nichols thtn gave us a
talk on Korea, which was very much
Tonight the service will be for
' lit ! I
The friend-winning prices
that we are making m our store
will surely interest you. Cold
type cannot do justice to the
extraordinary offerings. Buy
ing jewelry here means
spending money right.
Style may change but
our high quality, low price
standard of jawelry sell- !j;Hi
Here you will find
a satisfying assort- AWx-ym
ment of the world s
iH.ni!l;j!! j i,i i'n.!
: i 1 ; 1 1
I ' I
ware, novel novelties,
ties, novelties, etc.
Last night at the Temple theater the
pictures were unusually good and the
! crowd ouite lararp. The Pathp Weeklv
is giving a. series 01 .uuu a.iiu jeu pic pictures,
tures, pictures, showing them on their way to
the Balkan war; it is rich. The vaude vaudeville
ville vaudeville is good and keeps everybody
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 RIGHTSTUFF AT THE RIGHT PRIGE
Captain Tom Bridges was having fun
with Sidney Haile, the Seaboard's pop popular
ular popular agent yesterday. Mr. Bridges
took much delight in telling a small
but select company, of which Mr.
Haile was one. of a delegate to the
missionary meeting who had lived for
three years in Tampa and did not
know that the Seaboard trains ran to
Jacksonville. She thought the Coast
Line was the whole cheese.
BLACK CAT LOST
Sam, a huge black cat, has been
stolen or strayed off from my house on
South Third street. He is very fat and
gentle. A liberal reward will be paid
for his return. R.' R. Carroll.
Word has been received in this city
that little Theresa Blaine the oldest
of the two daughters of Mr. and Mrs.
E. D. Blaine, who moved from this
city to Atlanta two years ago. is in the
hospital in that city and the surgeons
have decided to save her life both
of her lower limbs will have to be am amputated.
putated. amputated. The many friends in this city
of the Blaine family will be grieved to
learn of the sad condition of thi
bright and lovable little girl.
If you want a
ling gem set ring
at a decided price
For your sweetheart mar
ried or otherwise a diamond
solitaire is eminently proper.
Nothing better as an engage
ment or birthday ring-. Surpris Father,
Husband or Brother ith a r.ice ring. W.e
have ft splendid assortment of r ems in up-to-
the-minute setting at prices to
euitthe thinnest rocket book. You V
will una rings t lull trtryonc- ;
men and women and little folks
in now while the stock
A. E. BURNETT
le folks. Call V i'U'r
I. complete. CS&il 'h
New Hotel As tor
A. B. Vance, mgr. director
CAFE IN CONNECTION
European Plan, $1.00 and cp
HOOMS WITH PRIVATE BATH
Hot and Cold Runnlnff Water aai
Telephone In Rooms. El era tor
Corner Bay and Hogan streets, one
block from postofflce. Street can
from Union Station end all steamers
pass tbe door.
vi:thi:u HE PORT
W. f. T. V. IEHTIXi POSTPONED
Clear, northwest wind.
Minimum, 57 degrees.
Maximum. SO degrees.
Average, 60 degree.
"4'LU"" ,,iace on Tue.dav afternoon, April 2
ticket asent. is a patient and lonia-
The meeting of the W. C. T. U. Is
postponed on account of the mission missionary
ary missionary convention. The meetins will take
i Mart wj
Joseph Butterfield, a white man. a
I! convict at the Marion Farms, made his
j escape today. He was a trusty and
was allowed to do work about the yard
Call op Phone 300 and Let us Give an Estimate on Your
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines
B -wf employ none hut expert vre are In position to guarantee ev every
ery every pleee of work we ronfttrnet to maud tbe Inspection of the most
rlftld Inspector. It eot nothloR to et nnr fljeure. and you nre tbe
winner, whether we secure the contract or not. lilve urn a trial.
FORT KING BLOCK
and errands on the plac1. He had
been at the Marion Farms since last
December and was serving a two
years' sentence for burglary. He is
about forty years old, clean shaven,
sallow complexion, light hair, 5 feet
10 inches tall and weighs about 138!
pounds. He walks with ; shoulders
thrown back and extended chest, and
has smallpox marks on his face. He
is very quick and active. He was trac
ed soinar south from the farms. Kv-f
ery effort is being made for hi"" cap
suffering person, but his forbearance
has its limits. The other day, a trav traveling
eling traveling man. who thought he was smart,
leaned up against the counter at the
ticket window and proceeded to tell
Mr. Williams how the Chinese rigged
sails on their oxcarts, in order to en enable
able enable the vehicles to move faster. Mal Malcolm
colm Malcolm was much ored, but, polite as
usual, pretenuea ip we mieresiea wnne
the drummer discoursed on balloon
jibs and studding sails, topgallant
yards and mainskeets, and the reasons
for tacking or runningdown the wind.
But, finally, "Say, old fport," said the
commercial traveler. Vhy don't you
give the main guystlie straight tip to
rig sails on Number Thirty-nine? May Maybe
be Maybe she would come In on time once in
awhile and here he shut up and
"ed for his life, as Malcolm, after
fumbling under the counter a second
or so. found the ax and came boiling
out of the ticket office like a lava flood
from Mount Ktna. The drummer es
caped, but had to climb the train at
South Third street and ride the blind
baagage all the way to Candler.
P. "No. 40 needed sails today.
The successful poultry ra'ser uses
Conkey's Poultry Remedies because
he knows their value. Right now is
the time to get Conkey Remedies for
the hatching season. Conkey's Lice
Powder. Lice Liquid. Head Lice Oint Ointment.
ment. Ointment. White Diarrhoea and Cholera
Remedy. We guarantee absolute sat sat-icfaciion
icfaciion sat-icfaciion with every Conkey prepara preparation.
tion. preparation. Ocala Seed Store, tues-fri 4w
John Bunny, five reels, two vaude vaudeville
ville vaudeville acts, Temple tonight. Adv.
You will look a good while before
you find a better medicine for coughs
and colds than Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It not only gives relief It
cures. Try it when you have a cough
or cold, and you are certain to be pleas pleased
ed pleased with the prompt cure whlcii it will
effect. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
For first class automoTjne service
by the trip, hour or dar, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.
FLIF.S ARE DAXGEROUS
YOU SHOULD KEEP THEM OUT
Flies are a great menace to health
and aside from the question of health
they are very disagreeable. Let us
screen, your house with our modern
method, home manufactured screens
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. 3-25-tf
For biliousness, malaria and constl
pation, the proper remedy is SIM
MOX'S RED Z LIVER REGULATOR.
The first dose makes yon feel better and
a little more of the same medicine
cures you completely. Price, large
nackage, 51: small sire, 25 cents. Sol
Ky all druggists. A dr.
J.hn Bunny, five reels, two vaude-
ille acts. T-mple tonight. Adv.
we thi:h foheca vr
DHAY FOB UEYERAL DELIYEIIT
Fair today and Wednesday.
Mr. A. S. Burgress na gone Into the
transfer and delivery business. He
has a big dray and a team of power powerful
ful powerful mules, with competent men to
manage them, and will haul and deliver
your goods with promptness and good
care. Call phone 470. Ad.
LOYAL OKDEIt OF MOOE
3 cans Van Camp's soap 2dc
" beans. ..25c
" Mince Meat 25c
M Sunbeam shrimp 25c
lb M Soda 5c
2 cans small flat Salmon 35c
"large " ..30c
tall Salmon 30c
" Argo large Salmon 45c
"Ocean Gem tall ... 20c
Hotel Astor Coffee
40 cts. per Pound
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
The Ocali I... No. CUT. Loyal Or Order
der Order f l(mH, inlets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock in the Gary build building,
ing, building, third iloor. V'itinp; brothers are
invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
i:. I. Stapp. Secretary. Ad.
(OMIIIIDIt I.OIM.i: F. I'. OF
Concordia I .!;.-. Fraternal Union of
America, meet.? in Yonae'n Hall on the
second Th'r.day evening of each
month Geo. L Taylor, F. M.
'ha. K. Sasre. Secretary. Ad.
IJ"ST On or near trie courthouse, a
lara- book on operative surgery by
Burden. Suitable reward for return to
Star office. 4-1"
WOODMMl HESIIJEXCE FOR IlEXT
My home at Woodmar on lake Weir,
is for rent for the month of June, July
and August, completely furnished. Ap Apply
ply Apply to J. G. Lege, Eastlake. Fla. 4-l-tf
John Runny, five reels, two vaude vaudeville
ville vaudeville act. Temple tonight. Adv.
If you eat something wh eh disagrees
with you. don't let it work Its own way
through. It's a slow process and
makes you feel bad. Get rid of It
quickly by taking a dos of HEUBINE.
It drives out impurities in the stomach
and bowels and you feel better immedi immediately.
ately. immediately. Price 50 cents. Sold by all
Matinee Temple tomorrow; five reels
and vaudeville. Adv.
GLAHSI-IS LOST A pair of gold rim
las-s lort on street between ten cent
stor and po.-tof tice. Finder please re return
turn return same to the ten cent store. 4-17
MUIKIV-Ul W MASOMC LOWiE
Marion-Dunn Lodre No. 19. F. & A.
M. meft on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evening of each month at 7:"0
o'clock, until further notice.
C. K. Simmons. W. M..
Jake Brotvn. Secretary. Ad.
Kheinauer's is the place to find th
best makes and most popular prices of
ladies' and children's shoes. Ad.
HEFHESIIIG COOLNESS FOR
THE SUMMER MOXTHS
Beginning with Sunday, April U,
Ice cream will be served on Sundays
and on special occasions when notified
until June 1st, when cream will.be
served daily at North I-ake Weir.
COUGHS AND COXSUMPTIOY.
Season's latest styles and ladies' and
mies' ready to wear dresses at Khein Kheinauer's.
auer's. Kheinauer's. Ad.
Coughs and colds, when neglected,
always lead to serious tro ble of the
lungs. The wisest thing to do when
you have a cold that troubles you i3 to
get a bottle of Dr. Klnr's New Dis Discovery.
covery. Discovery. You will get relief from the
first dose, and finally the cough will
disappear. O. II. Brown, of Muscadine,
Ala., writes: "My wife was down in
bed with an obstinate cough, and I
honestly believe had it rot been for
Dr. King's New Discovery, she would
not be living today. Known for
forty-three years as the best remedy
for coughs and cold3. Price 50 cents
and 51. Recommended by Tydings &
Solid and filled cnatns, the best for
the money, and guaranteed as repre represented.
sented. represented. A. E. Burnett. Ad.
Pickard's fine band-patnted cblnA at
Burnett, the Jeweler's. Ad.
Palmer's toilet articles can 'be round
at the Court Pharmacy. Adv.
OCALA LODGE X(t. 2. I. P. O. E.
Ocala Lol;e No. 283, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings In
each month. Vis'ting brethren always
welcome. Howell Ml Hampton, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
OCALA EVEXIXG STAR, TIESDAV, APRIL 22, 1913
cakes delicious doughnuts
Cottolene makes delicious
doughnuts free from sogginess,
grease and indigestion. The rea reason
son reason is that Cottolene contains
vegetable oil not animal fats fats-heats
heats fats-heats to a much higher degree
than butter cr lard, fries
quickly that it forms a crisp, d:
crust ever the dough and prevents
is decidedly better
than butter or lard fcr all short
ening and frying. It is healthier.
it is quicker, it is more economical.
Ccltolsaa costs no more thar
'lard; you use but two-thirds cf ;
pound cf Cotto Cottolene
lene Cottolene to do the
work of a full
pound of butter
CcttoLcne i3 never K25fe J
cold in bulk al- f sm&ljfr: '(
ways in air-tisnt
tinpaii.1, which pro
tect it from dirt,
dust and odors. .It
i3 always uniform
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COIvIPANY
w v ...... i
(Copyright. 1312, by Harry Irrin Greene)
Harry Irving Greene
'The Lash of Circumstance,"
"liar bar a of the Snows"
It is an absolute fact, that one CO cer.t
Jar of WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM
will either remove your freckLs cr caure
them to fade and that two jars v. ill even
in the most severe cases ccmi-letely euro
them. We are willing to personally
guarantee thi3 and to return your money
without argument if your complexion is
not fully restored to its natural beauty.
WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is fine,
fragrant and absolutely harmless. Will
not make .hair grow but will positively
remove TAN, PIMPLES and FRECK FRECKLES.
LES. FRECKLES. Come in today and try it. The jars
are large and results absolutely certain.
Sent by mail if desired. Price 50c.
Mammoth jars $1.00. WILSON'S FAIR
SKIN SOAP 25c For sale by
MILD HV TIIR COURT PHARMACY"
LIKE A CHARM
After Operation Failed to Help,
Cardui Worked Like a Charm.
Jonesville, S. C "I suffered with
womanly trouble," writes Mrs. J. S.
Eendzick, in a letter from this place,
"and at times, I could not bear to stand
on my feet The doctor said I would
never be any better, and that I would
have to have an operation, or I would
have a cancer. v
I went to the hospital, and they oper operated
ated operated on me, but I got no better. They
eald medicines would do me no good,
and I thought I would have to die.
At last I tried Cardui, and began to
Improve, so I continued using It. Now,
I am well, and can do my own work.
I don't feel any pains.
Cardui worked like a charm."
Ther must be merit In this purely
Tegetable, tonic remedy, for women
Cardui for it has been In successful
use for more than 50 years, for the
treatment of womanly weakness an 9
Please try It, for your troubles.
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"Certainly you have twice each
time we happened to be alone for a
moment. And 1 think it is perfectly
absurd of you to make love to me
when my head is so full of serious
things that I don't hear a word you
say about love'
"But you at least heard that much."
"It mu3t have been entirely subcon subconsciously
sciously subconsciously and mechanical. You are al always
ways always making love to me at such ridic ridiculous
ulous ridiculous times and places for instance
when my throat was Eore and I could
not tell you to stop, and once even in
church under your breath when I was
trying to listen to a most interesting
"Call church a ridiculous place?"
"Of -course not except as a place to
make love in."
"Yet it is the place of all places for
the love knot to be tied in. Then
why not an ideal place for the weav weaving
ing weaving of the skein?"
"You should have said, 'the spinning
of the yarn.'
He picked up the handkerchief
which she had dropped, inhaled a
breath of its faint fragrance and thrust
it into his own bosom. "Another
keepsake," he grinned. "That is the
way I have to get all of them from
you steal them. However, I will ad admit
mit admit that 'skein' was not a good word
in that case, for It Implies a material
easily broken and therefore not suit suitable
able suitable for permanently binding people
together. I should have said it was an
Ideal place for the forging of the
"I have no faith whatever in
forgers." 'She turned upon him tri triumphantly,
umphantly, triumphantly, indicating with her head.
"Anyway, here comes Clay Tolliver
and now you will be compelled to be behave
have behave whether or no." Alan glanced
aside. To his genuine dissatisfaction
he. saw the only rival who at all wor worried
ried worried him approaching them.
Clay raised the shapely fingers to
his lips as he always made it a point
to do when he greeted her In March's
presence, knowing that it worried his
opponent in this affair of hearts and
taking much satisfaction from the in instinctive
stinctive instinctive knowledge that the act of
gallantry made the other squirm in inwardly.
wardly. inwardly. And squirm inwardly March
certainly did, not so much at the act
itself as from the fact that Doris
seemed rather to approve of it, while
should he attempt a similar homage
he would appear but as an imitator
and therefore ridiculous to himself as
well as her. "Good evening, Miss
Doris," the newcomer said in his low,
smooth voice, his dark eyes soft when
they gazed at her, hard as brilliants
when they flashed over March. "I
have hepn hnninfi' all dav that J m'ebt
nna you looKing just as you ao tnis
evening." He turned upon her com companion,
panion, companion, his rather thin but cleanly cut
face expressionless save for the glint
of his eyes which Alan had often
thought to be the most peculiar he had
ever seen. "And I hope you, too, are
well, sir." March nodded casually as
for a fleeting second their hands and
glances met. Clay went on.
"I have to beg your pardon, Miss
Doris, for coming here tonight unin uninvited,
vited, uninvited, but as you know I have been
out of town for a week and just came
back an hour ago. When I got off
the train J learned for the first time
that it had been stated by Professor
Desmond that a ferrible disaster is
threatening us, and J immediately
came here not that any mortal could
expect to be of any particular physical
assistance in case such an inconceiv inconceivable
able inconceivable event should take place, but rath rather
er rather in the hope that I might be of some
slight service to you in some other
way. Am I to be granted your par pardon
don pardon for intruding?" That Doris was
genuinely moved by the speaker's sin sincerity
cerity sincerity and thoughtfulness March,
watching her, could not doubt.
She flashed him a look of gratitude
that March would have paid high for.
"Not only are- you pardoned, but
you are rewarded by my sincere
thanks if that be any reward," she
exclaimed impulsively. She dropped
a light hand upon the sleeve of each
man, smiling from one to the other im impartially.
partially. impartially. "Jt is difficult to believe that
any harm could come to one who had
two such knights at her service. It
makes a woman feel almost safe, even
at an hour like this.' She addressed
Clay: "By the way, have you met
Professor Desmond?" He told her that
he had not.
"Then you must do so at once
that is if Mr. March will pardon us
for a few moments while I am intro introducing
ducing introducing you. Father has captured him
and has him over yonder. Besides, I
want you to tell me something about
your trip." Bo off they went with fare
well nods to Alan, walking confident confidentially
ially confidentially side by side, Doris slender but
round, seeming to scarcely touch the
grass with her white clad feet, Tol Tolliver
liver Tolliver of good height and though of
slender build showing more than one
trace of strength and suppleness in
his erect form. Left alone, jealous
and disgruntled March thrust his
hands to the bottoms of his pockets
and joined the first stray group he
Immediately he was struck by the
subtle change which had come over
them in the last quarter of an hour of
his companionship alone with Doris.
Their voices had grown subdued, anx anxious,
ious, anxious, strained, with now and then an
unnatural laugh that arose unexpect unexpectedly
edly unexpectedly as some feminine nerve gave
away beneath the suspense. Also he
noticed that almost constantly their
eyes furtively swept the darkness
above. To March it seemed as though
the atmosphere of the night was
charged with a mysterious oppressive oppressiveness.
ness. oppressiveness. The stillness was that of a cave.
Clouds had flung themselves across
the sky in a thick curtain and the
darkness above was so d?n3 as to
a bouu. .Anio-axon oi diooq,
temperament and training, he could
walk without a quiver a six-inch steel
rirder that spanned a canyon hun
dreds of feet deep and where a loss
of nerve or a giddiness meant a plunge J
to certain death, but now for the first
time in his life he was conscious of a
strange nervousness and suppressed
excitement. The palms of his hands
tingled, and once he even caught him himself
self himself laughing idiotically at a comment
whic i he had not even caught the
meaning of. Strange sensations ran
up and down his back an irritating
pricking as from a light electric cur current
rent current applied to his spine, and when he
chanced to turn and see Doris faintly
outlined beneath the trees and in close
converse with Tolliver his whole being
became set on edge at once and hi3
hands tightened spasmodically. He
drew himself together.
"Fool!" he muttered in self anger.
He always had been rather proud of
his self possession during times when
that fine quality was at a premium.
"Are you, too,- going to lose your nerve,
and even before the first symptoms of
danger at that? You are becoming as
hysterical as Mrs. Emmonds yonder."
A sound from the one whose name he
had just mentioned sent him quickly
towards her a middle aged lady who
was crossing the lawn with peals of
senseless laughter, her highly strung
nervous system breaking beneath the
suspense of an impending cataclysm
so vast that the very mountains them themselves
selves themselves would be but mole hills beneath
it. He took her firmly by the arm.
"Mrs. Emmonds!" he exclaimed
lightly. "Tell me about it also. It
seems to be too good a joke to keep to
one's self." She turned a rather vacu vacuous
ous vacuous face up at him and laughed again
more shrilly than before.
"I am laughing to think how silly I
was to be frightened an hour, ago over
such a ridiculous bogy thing as every everybody
body everybody has been chattering about all the
evening. As if this earth for which
the sun and moon and stars were made
could be destroyed by one of those lit little
tle little winking things. Look at them!"
such be the
j I'll 1 11 &
Alan Glanced Aside.
sne tnrew ner nana upward ana Alan
followed the movement with his eyes.
A ragged rift had been torn in the
clouds and through the gap he could
see the myriads of the Milky Way, In Infinitesimal
finitesimal Infinitesimal in size, faint in their light
as far distant glow worms. Once more
her senseless laugh arose.
"And as if the Lord who created this
great world out of darkness and then
built the rest of creation that we
might be able to see by night as well
as by day would set two worlds bat battering
tering battering at each other like senseless
sheep And besides does not the
Bible say that the earth shall be de destroyed
stroyed destroyed next time by fire? How silly
I was to be afraid of such nonsense.
I am as bad as a child who fears that
there is a goblin beneath his bed."
Her convulsive peals of merriment
had turned all eyes in her direction
and a dozen men were now upon their
way towards her. Alan was still tug tugging
ging tugging at her arm.
"Of course, Mrs. Emmonds, quite
true undoubtedly so. I fully agree
with you that there can be no dan danger
ger danger He stopped speaking abruptly,
the cold goose flesh breaking out all
over him, for beneath his feet he
seemed to feel the earth shudder like
an overdriven engine. Or was it his
own neryes after all? He turned his
face towards his companions beyond.
One glance told him that they had
felt it also, for in their eyes v.as a
wildness such as he had never be before
fore before seen in human beings, a fear that
no savage horde bearing down upon
them with naked weapons could have
inspired. Rather it wa the grisly ter terror
ror terror ct those who have wandered far
into the evi haunts of the nightmare;
the sweating horror of humanity who
believe themselves to be at the mercy
of the supernatural. Then the earth
shudder ceased and they stood staring
at each other with faces that were
daie.d and blanched. Alan suddenly
realized that he was supporting the
dead weight of fainted woman and
lowered her gently to the gra?s.
"The first slight convulsion," said a
quiet voice, and all eyes turned upon
the speaker, it was Professor Des Desmond,
mond, Desmond, and though his face was pale
at well as theirs he was by far the
most composed one of those present present-not
not present-not necessarily by virtue of superior
courage although he was a brave man.
j hut rather because of tht? confidence
j he tad had in his own prophecy and
i his greatef preparedness for this very
j "And what will come next?" asked a
hollow yoice. The scientist shrugged
j "No person upon earth can tell. But
; you had best be prepared for more
j convulsions, perhaps terrific earth earth-i
i earth-i quakes that may topple over the very
mountains, perhaps violent electrical
disturbances, likely enough winds of
unheard of velocity no man can do
more than guess, for no man in the
world's history ever went through a
thing like this. Also it is possible
that the approaching body may strike
us almost without further physical
warning., and that we will have but a
few seconds of actual atmospheric or
ground disturbances before we are
bunea beneath a mountain of organic
"And what will happen to the earth
"Again none can telL The impact
may crush its crust and release vast
floods of molten matter. Or the crust
may remain intact and
and less dense body If
case be smashed to powder upon our
surface. It even may knock the world
from its course, itself to become a lost
projectile whirling through space and
a menace to other worlds. Or our
planet may continue upon its way un undisturbed
disturbed undisturbed save for the inevitable de destruction
struction destruction which must be caused for a
great distance around the region act actually
ually actually smitten. It is all but a matter
of guess work. Ah
Beneath their feet there ran once
more the tremor of the earth as it vi-!
brated like the deck of a racing
steamship. To their ears, at first al almost
most almost Indistinguishable but ever in increasing
creasing increasing in volume until it sounded
like, the drone of a great hive of bees,
came a throbbing as of a powerful
steam pump. From several blocks dis distant
tant distant where lay the region from which
Desmond had fled came faint yells of
terror and in a nearby stable a horse
screamed horribly. Alan dropping
upon his knees beside the prostrate
woman saw some of his companions
throw themselves upon their faces
with their arms wrapped about their
heads, while others quietly sank to a
kneeling position with hands clasped
and faces lifted. A number of the men
remained erect, but these stood star staring
ing staring npward in a dazed manner or
walked uncertainly about with hands
clenched and faces twitching. Des Desmond
mond Desmond alone of all of them stood like a
statue, his arms folded upon his
breast, his face .raised, his whole
poise calm and dignified. A score of
yards away Doris stood upright beside
Clay with her hand tightly clutching
his sleeve. Of all the women she was
by far the most composed, neither cry crying
ing crying aloud nor weeping silently, while
Tolliver was as rigid as the tree
against which he leaned and half en encircled
circled encircled with his arm to steady himself.
And then from overhead there burst
upon their ears a roar low and hoarse
as the voice of a distant but raging
sea, a roar that steadily arose to the
mighty voice of a Niagara or the roar
of a battlefield wherein all human
voices were drowned as the cataract
or battlefield drowns the squeak of
mice. The earth rocked as a cradle,
and Alan rising with difficulty to his
feet and starting towards Doris with
a wild impulse of protection was near
ly blown away bodily by a gust of
wind that swept by voicelessly in the
deafening thunder from above. Recov
ering his balance he pushed his way
forward. Tolliver's arm was about her
now, the other hugging the tree, and
by the electric lights of the street
Alan could see the strange light which
blazed in the other's eyes and in tliiit
moment would have 'sworn that Clay
was insane. Doris, seeing him com
ing, wrested herself free from the one
who held her and was blown bodily in into
to into his arms. Her lips were moving
and he knew that she was trying to
make herself heard, but not the slight slightest
est slightest sound could he catch from her lips.
Closely he clasped her, trying in his
turn to thout words of encouragement
into her ears.
Another blast, spinning them about,
nearly blew them apart and they in instinctively
stinctively instinctively sank upon the ground side
by side, clutching each other and
gasping for breath. In a wink the
electric lights went out and all be became
came became darkness, a cavernous darkness
filled with cyclonic winds, earth quiv quiverings,
erings, quiverings, throbbings and a roar so
mighty that it seemed to crowd all
space. Then the wind ceased and
from above there sank upon them a
mighty weight, soft and yielding as If
th,y had been buried beneath a great
heap of feathers, a weight which nev nevertheless
ertheless nevertheless seemed about to force the
blood from their nostrils, and beneath
It both man and woman felt their
senses reel. Then as the darkness of
oblivion came eettling upon their
brains the pressure gradually grew
less, vanished altogether and they
found themselves struggling for
breath in an absence of air where a
moment before their lives were being
crushed out by its terrific compres compression.
sion. compression. Gasping like fish upon a bank
they threw themselves upon their
faces as they fought vainly for breath
until with myriads of lights flashing
before their eyes consciousness Jeft
them and they lay motionless.
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