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OCALA, FLOKIDA, FRIDAY. MAY 2, 1913
THE FURNITURE MEN
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Our ('oneremimru ore Spoutlug Moslly
for Poll ileal direct Hlff Attendance
of StateMmen on Itaehall.
( By II. C Sparkman.)
Washington, May 2. This tariff de debate
bate debate which iioi-a on in the House with
regular monotony from day to day, is
very amusing to one who understands
the object of it all. No democrat hop hopes
es hopes to convert a republican to his point
of view, and neither does a republican
or Hull Mooser ITope to change Ihe vote
of a single democrat. All eloquence
is effused just for the effect the effuser
hopes It will have on the people back
iisme. This 'unvarying sameness of
sjjeeehmaking rows wearisome to the
members of the House and at times
there are hardly a dozen members on
the Moor. At such times it is enter-
t, lining to hear some orator start off
a carefully prepared speech by saying
that lie feels it his duty to rise before
this "large and d'.-rtingu'shed body of
men' to protest for commend as the
rase may be) in regard to the Under Underwood
wood Underwood tariff bill.. One night last week
when there was only two democrats in
their seats ad the republican Ciceros
were pointing to these two as the
"overwhelming democratic majority"
that was forcing ruin upon the nation
with the Underwood tariff bill.
The favorite expression of the re republicans
publicans republicans is to "view with alarm,"
while the democrats "point with pride"
to the tariff bill, and it is a pity there
U not some -other expression in the
KnglLsh language that would admit of
originality, for they have "pointed
with pride" and "viewed with alarm"
until those overworked phrases look
ragged around the edges.
The P.ull Moosers are near-democrats.
At heart they approve the tar tariff
iff tariff bill, but they will vote against it
solely because it is a democratic meas measure
ure measure and they know that if the present
administration is Veally progressive
the democratic party will swallow
them whole and they will be known
no more in the land as a political
It 'pains me to note that Frank Clark
is not doing so much according to the
Times-Union as he was doing prior to
the time I wrote an article to some of
the papers telling how these Times-
Union things were done. I hope I did
not put a crimp in this Times-Union
way of doing things, for I have not
noticed Frank doing any big things
Washington. He ought to do things In
the Times-Union or somewhere else as
long as he draws that $7500 and trim trimmings.
mings. trimmings. Is it possible Frank does not
cut much ice with the democratic ad administration?
ministration? administration? I leave it for you to
judge by reading the dear old "Crimes "Crimes-Onion,"
Onion," "Crimes-Onion," which delights to tell what
good corporation henchmen are doing
whether they are doing it or not.
I have 4t heard at the time this was
written what the Florida legislature
has done in regard to equal suffrage,
but a vision of loveliness that dropped
into this office a couple of weeks ago
and announced that she was going to
Tallahassee to work for the bill, leads
me to believe 't is a good thing. I
can't see how the legislature can turn
her down. I would do anything in the
world that v. o. 1. could ask and I be believe
lieve believe Fred. Cone, Bill Walpole, Max.
Brown, Will Langford, Fred. Stringer,
F. M. Cooper and the rest of those
legislators will feel the same way
about it when they meet this vision of
loveliness. For once 1 would like to be
a legislator, just for the pleasure of
being lobbied and influenced.
The members of congress are pretty
good sports and it is rather difficult
to secure a niiorum when the mighty
Walter Johnson pitches for the home
team. It ought to do some of those
legislators, who are so Impressed with
their importance, good to get out and
mingle with the common herd at a
baseball game, and all work and no
play is bad for them or anyone else.
President Wilson is also becoming a
great baseball fan and has a percent percentage
age percentage of .800 In the home game attends
ance column. In fact Woodrow and I
attend most of the games.
I Frink reports
a very enthusiastic at
Mr. B. F. Carter and family attend attended
ed attended religious services at Summerfield
Dr. T. K. Slaughter and wife and Mrs.
Newton, Mrs. Slaughters mother, and
Mr. Tom Perry spent the day Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday fishing on Gum Slough. The doc doctor
tor doctor says they had enough and some left
Several of our theater going people
attended the Park Dramatic Co. last
week in Ocala, and all speak well of it.
The recent hard winds have given
the truckers a bad case of the blues.
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J.
CHENKY & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be believe
lieve believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions, and financially
able to carry out any obligation made
by his firm. Walding Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern internally,
ally, internally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Halls Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. 1 Adj."
Repreentatalve Spencer Give tae
Faetn to Show It it Making; an
Tallahassee, May 1.
Editor Star: Some of the newspa newspapers
pers newspapers of the state, mostly-those papers
like the Times-Union, owned and con controlled
trolled controlled by republican interests, have
been attempting to discredit the pres present
ent present House of Representatives before
the people of the state As a matter of
fact the present House is composed of
one of the cleanest and ablest, if not
the cleanest and ablest, set of men who
ever composed the House. We meet
every morning at 1 o'clock and remain
in session until about one o'clock; meet
again at tnree ana continue m se.-sion i op the porch Thursday morning to get
until about six, and at nights the com-ja drink of water anJ fen neVer to rise
mittees are at work. In addition to
this, the present House will pass the
most progressive and constructive leg legislation
islation legislation ever enacted into law.
This morning the House passed by a
large majority the convict lease bill.
prepared by the governor and introduc
ed by myself-. Mr. Light and I made a
hard fight on the tloor to prevent sub subleasing,
leasing, subleasing, but were beaten. I feel sure,
however, that the Senate will amend
the bill to that effect.
Here are some of the laws which!
will pass the present House, regardless)
of how the Senate acts. We intend to
put the proposition fairly and square
ly up to them, and if they kill the con constructive
structive constructive legislation passed by the
House, they will have to answer to the
The House will pass a bill establish establishing
ing establishing an immigration bureau and re restraining
straining restraining fraudulent land companies, a
bill introduced by myself. They will
pass an inheritance tax. a bill enlarg- j Tuesday of this week
ing the powers of the railroad com-j TjH.re Ss a moye on foot tQ harden
mission. They will amend the primary the road between here and Summer Summer-laws
laws Summer-laws and pass a corrupt practice act. fleM and ,t u sure to gQ tnrough as
limiting the amount ot money to oe
IF YOU EAT SOMETHING that disagrees with you, don't
let it work its own, way through; its a slow process
and makes you feel bad. Get rid of it quickly by
taking a pinch or two of
(THE POWDER FORM)
It drives out impurities and badly digested food in the stomach and
bowels; stimulates the torpid liver and restores regular bowel move movements.
ments. movements. It is a fine tonic and system purifier that puts the vital organs
in sound, healthy condition.
SOLO BV DEALERS. PRICE, LARGE PACKAGE. Sl.OO.
Aik for the genuine with the Bed Z on the label. If yon cannot get it. remit to at. we will gend
it by mail, postpaid. Simmons Liver Regulator la put op alto in liquid lorm for tboso who prefer it.
fries $1.00 per bottle. Look for the Bud Z label.
J. H. ZEILIN & CO.. Props., St. Louis. Mo.
South Lake Weir, April 20. This
community was shocked to hear of the
death of Mr. L. K. Bishop last Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Mr. Bishop had been ailing for
some time, but was up and able to at-
i tend to his work, and he walked out
jaitain. He died ot heart railure. He
lias lived here off and on for the last
twenty-five years. lie leaves a wife,
twu daughters and two sons to mourn
his death. His body was taken to Con Con-yers,
yers, Con-yers, Ga., for interment.
Miss Irene Gates was .the guest of
her schoolmate. Miss Juanita Lytle,
Mr. C. E. Brown of Webster came up
Sunday to spend the day with his lit little
tle little son Karl, who is visiting his grand grandparents,
parents, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gates.
Mr. and Mrs. Foss, Mr. and Mrs.
Whitman came back home from Log Logwood,
wood, Logwood, where they had been for some
time, having Mr. Foss' large crop of or oranges
anges oranges picked and shipped.
News has reached here of the arrival
of a ten-pound son at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Adams at Cocoanut
Grove, but formerly of this place. Congratulations.
Mr. W. Carey made a trip to Ocala
House will also pass the initiative, ref referendum
erendum referendum and recall, and a resolution to
abolish the office of county treasurer,
and making the terms of tax assessors
and tax collectors four years instead of
Hwo. The present House will settle
the tax question, too. to the satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction as far as possible to all.
As an illustration of the progressive
temper of this legislature, after a fight
of twenty years, the long and short
haul bill has been recommended fav
orably by tli e; committees of botli
houses and will, I think, without ques question,
tion, question, be made into law. 1 am going to
attempt to make the bill a special order
in the House, and I am sure it will
pass. This bill, if enacted into law,
will place the interior on the same
basis s the seaport towns. It simply
provides that no railroad company can
charge more for a long haul than for
a short haul over the same line, and in
the samp direction. In other words, it
will prevent the railroads from charg charging
ing charging more to haul freight from Jae.kr
sonville to Ocala, than from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to Tampa.
It is a matter of sincere regret that
the people of the state have no great
daily to set the people straight upon
the great work that the present House
Edwin Spencer, Jr.
the money Is already subscribed for
May be Mans of Absorbing Disease
Germs in Most Unexpected
. E. McCLANE, 1VS. O.
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
THE Dr. IVjCLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL
AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr. McClane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Bloqk. Southwest Corner Pubfc Square.
ZEMO FOH YOUR SKIX
STOPS SCALP ITCIV
nioosl Pure and
With S, S, St
John W. Martin, a Marion C'ountv llov,
and Popular Traveling salesman,
Given a Fat Federal Job
John W. Martin, of this city, was to today
day today nominated by President Wilson to
be collector of customs for the dis-
trict of Jacksonville.
The Metropolis had the pleasure of
giving Mr. Martin his first information
of the nomination, and a representa representative
tive representative of this paper found him at -his
desk in the office of'Zaring & Co., on
West Bay street, working as hard and
as unconcernedly as if he had not been
named for one of the best paying posi positions
tions positions in the state of Florida.
In fact, the announcement did not
seem to disturb him. beyond the na natural
tural natural pleasurable glow that will come
to a man's face when appraised of extra
good luck that lias befallen him,
"I don't know how it was done," he
said. "'It is due entirely to my friends,
who circulated and obtained signatures
of 2.500 and more commercial men,
merchants and salesmen, and then with
the backing of our Florida delegation
in Congress. I suppose they thought
at the White House I would du to try,
anyhow. I am proud that more than
seven hundred traveling salesmen had
their names on my petition, and largely
through them I am enabled to receive
the congratulations of my friends. If
confirmed by the Senate. I promise' I
will try to make one of the best col collectors
lectors collectors of customs in the country."
Mr, Martin is 28 years old. He was
born In Marion county, this state, but
was raised in Jacksonville, He is a
grandson of Col. John A, Martin, the
last survivor of the old Confederate
Congress, and the descendant of dem democratic
ocratic democratic ancestry since democracy be became
came became a fact.
His residence Is at H West Second
street where, With his wife, who was
Miss Lottie Pepper, of Lake City, and
little family, he is a favorite in both
social and church .societies.
Mr. Martin is. president of the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Salesmen's Association and
has long been, one of the best known
members of the body. He has seen ser service,
vice, service, on the road and in the house, and
is a good business man, as reutts
He is probably the youngest Federal
appointee to a position of as great re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility as can be found In the
country today, and hi appointment is
pleasing -to h.4 thousands of friends
over th,e city, state and Jacksonville
I John Webb and Miss Julia Webb left
Sunday afternoon for Ocala and re returned
turned returned Monday morning.
The Zuber nine went to Reddick
Saturday afternoon and played to the
score of 30 to 5 in favor of Zuber. This
proves that the boys would have taken
the first game from Reddick had they
prcaticed. Zuber is coming out of the
hole now and will rub It in on Reddick
in good fashion In the next game.
Mr. Z. Graham and nieces. Misses
"va and Nannie Sullivan, were visitors
to Anthony Saturday afternoon.
-The ladies sewing circle will meet
at the home of Mrs. J. X. Tiller next
Mrs. B. B. Webb left for Ocala Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon.
A. J. Bay accompanied the Zuber
nine Saturday afternoon to Reddick.
IN OF GOLDEN
ASK YlllH IIHlCiGISST AllOl'T IT
There Ik a Xrw -Itemed r that Take the
Place ttt CrlielXerftm mended and
t;na ran teed liy the Iruuul.
The Courtl Pharmacy never sold a
remedy that ie,.iore complete sat satisfaction
isfaction satisfaction ttian Dodson's Liver Tone a
mild vegetable remedy for constipation,
sour stomach and lazy liver.
Folks who have suffered for years
rather than resort to danserous cal calomel
omel calomel have found after one trial that
this pleasant-tasting vegetable liquid
Hives them a long sought relief with-!
out bad after-effects,
Dodson's Liver Tone is guaranteed
ny trie i.ourt Pharmacy to be a safe V
liver stimulant and to be absolutely
harmless without bad after-effects.
You will find many persons in this lo locality
cality locality who have tried it and every
user will speak a sood word Tor Dod Dod-son's
son's Dod-son's Liver lme. It iiven tip a tor torpid
pid torpid liver and makes you feel fresh,
healthy and clean.
The price of a large bottle is 50
cents money back-if not pleased. The
success of Dodson's Liver Tone has
brought many medicines into the Held
that imitate -its claims, and some have
name vry similar and package same
color, but remember Dodson's Liver
Tone, is guaranteed by the Court Phar Pharmacy
macy Pharmacy which will give you back your
money. If you want it. Ad Xo. H
In Place of Dollar Diplomacy, Say
Secretary Bryaa, "Will Drhts
San Francisco. Cal.. May J. Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State Bryan .returned fronr Tt Tt-kio
kio Tt-kio to Rio Janiero last night At the
close of a banquet given In his honor
by the directors of the Panama Pacific
Kxposition, he suddenly launched Into
a glorification of the golden rule as
applied to the republics of South Am America.
"I glory." he said "that we now
have an administration which brings
home to the republics of South Amer America
ica America our sense of national honor and
which will herald to them our aban abandonment
donment abandonment of dollar diplomacy.
"If you people will give to South
America a demonstration of American
capital and enterprise, the United
States will give dollar- In service for
your dollars in Roods. There is no
limit to the possible expansion of the
golden rule between South and North
"The canal zone should be the cen center
ter center of American activities for two con continents.
tinents. continents. I dream of an American uni university
versity university there which would promulgate
the expansion of peace and Justice."
n woxDKRFri, ski; su.vr
Bucklen's Arnica Salve is known
everywhere as the best remedy made
for all diseases of the skin, and also
for burns, bruises and boils. Reduces
inflammation and ts soothing and heal healing.
ing. healing. J. T. Sossaman, publisher of th
News. cf 'Cornelius, X. C, writes:
that one box helped his serious skin
ailment after other remedies failed.
Only 23 cents. Recommended by Tyd-
ings & Co.
CH AITF.lt XO, 13, It. A. M.
Regular convocations of the' Ocala
Chapter Xo. 13. R, A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every monthat 7:20 p. m.
C. E. Connor, 1L P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
Toil THR VH3AK AXD NERVOUS
Dandruff and JSvery Form of Scalp
' ""Disease Cured Quick by Zemo
It is simply wonderful how Zemo
goes after dandruff. You rub a litt pf
f l 1 11. xi Li m i 1 jr. ta
iv iu wiLii me lips ui iue lingers. al
gets rigot down into the glands, stim-
mtes mem, stops tne x.zi ana maKes
the head feel fine. No, it isn't sticky!
Zemo is a fine, clear, vanishing liquid.
You don't have to even wash your
fyands atter using Zemo. And what a
wonder it is for eczema, rash, pimples
and all skin afflictions. A 25-cent trial
bottle at the Court Pharmacy is guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed to stop any skin Irritation.
Zemo is prepared by E. W. Rose
Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo., and is reg
ularly sold by druggists t $1 a bottle.
But to p.roye what It will do at trfling
expense, Zemo is now put up in 25 25-cerit
cerit 25-cerit trial bottles. Ad.
PLJES ARB DANGEROUS
YQJ SHOULD KEEP THEJI OUT
The World renowned lahnrnfnrv nf
th;. bvviit Kpeciiic Company has col collated
lated collated a vast amount of information
regarding the spread of blood diseases,
ia thousands, of instances the most
virulent types have been the result of
con-.ing In contact with disease germr
in public places, and tho apparently in insignificant
significant insignificant pimple has been the caur..
It spreads with astonishing raphlit;.-.
often infecting the entire system in a
few days. v J- 4
It is fortunate, however, that then
is a rerndy U cope quickly and thor-
ougniy with such u condition, and
thanks to the energy, of its producers
the famous S. S. S. may now be had,
at almost any drug store in th.a civil civilized
ized civilized world. :
This preparation stands alone as a
blood purifier. It is somewhat revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary In its compositon, since it
accomplishes all that was ever clajineci
for mercury, iodides, areniu. and other
destructive minovai drugs, and yet it
is absolutely" a. purely vegetable prod product".
uct". product". It contains one ingredient whic
serves the active purpose of itmiu itmiu-lating
lating itmiu-lating each tiny cellulaj. part of the
tissues to the healthy and Judicious
selection of Its own essential nutri nutriment.
ment. nutriment. There are more cases of ar articular
ticular articular rheumatism, locomotor ataxia,
paresis, neuritis, and ci"iilar diseases
resultant froiu the use of minerals
thn most people are aware of. These,
Jacts are brought out in a highl In-,
teresting isook compiled by. the medical
department of Tii Swift Specific Co.,
1SJ Swilt Bldg.. Atlanta, Ga. It H
uiafled free, together with a fn. lal let letter
ter letter of advice, to al whi e struggling
with a hlood disease,
Oei a bottle of S. S. S. to-day
f your drntrtrist. Tt will surpri?i you
with its wn lrful action in the blood.
Tired-out, weak, nervous men and
women would feel ambitions, energet-
j ic, full of life and always have a good
appetite. If they -would do the sensi sensible
ble sensible thing for health take Electric
BUters. Nothing better for the stom stomach,
ach, stomach, liver or kindeys. Thousands say
they owe their lives to this wonderful
home remedy. Mrs. O. Rhinevault, of
Vestal 'Center, X. Y., says: "I regard
Electric Bitters as one of the greatest
of; $lftii. I can never forget what it
has done for me." Get a bottle your yourself
self yourself and see what a difference it will
make in your health,. Only 50c and $1,
Recommended, by Tydings & Co Ad
IXDI.W RU.XXER DUCKS
A Foiled 01 OUR ICE Is
WorSli A Ton Of Tonics
Counteract the ili-eft'ecta of hot weather by nxing a pen(n)
amount of pure, wholesome, healthful lee,
Serve cold food on ); llo oiteu n yon can not
coo, InNtpid, thlug-have them deliclou!y COLD.
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. 3-2.5-tf
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
BEST MUnif lXtJ FOR COLD'S
Pure blood fwn and white, standard
variety 0 these famous "egg ma machines."
chines." machines." Eggs for sale for hatching at
ten cents each. Also two drakes for
sale at $2 each,. Write or inquire of
N Trafton, Belleview, Fla. 4-28
R. D. FULLER
Dr. King' New Life Pills will relieve
constipation promptly x.nd get your
bowels in healthy condition again.
John Supsic, of Panbury, Pa., says:
'They are the best pills I ever used,
and I advise everyone to use them for
constipation Indigestion and liver
complaint." YV'Il help you. Price
'lZc. Recommended by Tydings &
TIT UK Mr
Oil vUkJ' Ii
OLLIE MORDIS' MARKET OPEN
The market tormeny Unown a3 the
Oilie Mordls' Is now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
iitentlon. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated righ
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS,
Healer lo Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia,
Raisin Cake, Pound Cake, Walnut Cake,
Glace Fruit Cake and Oriental Fruit Cake.
Dundee's Pure Fruit Jams, Peach, Straw Strawberry,
berry, Strawberry, Raspberry and Apricot.
Dundee's Orange Marmalade.
Walnuts, Seeded Raisins, Currants, Crystal Crystal-ized
ized Crystal-ized Cherries, Crystalized Ginger.
Mushrooms, French Peas, Anchovies.
Truffles, Macedoin, French Mustard, German
Ox Tongue, Lunch Tongue, Shrimp, Deviled
Crabs, Underwood's Deviled Ham.
..V.V.V.V.V.V.V. tfJ'm throat and lung
-::K:;:X:x;; cured my wfe p
Oftlee Over Munroe & Cbambllsa Banl
OCALA v. t-- FLORIDA
"When a druggist recommends a rem remedy
edy remedy for colds, throat and lung troubles,
you can feel sure that he knows what
he "is talking about. C Lower, dvug-
;ist, of Marion, Ohio, writes of Dr.
KiuH'sj New Discovery: "I know Dr.
King's New Discovery is the best
medicine I sell, it
f a severe bronchial
cqld atter all other remedies had fail
ed." It w'll do the same for you if you
are suffering with a col l or any bron- j
rhial. throat or luHir eouh Keen a KooniS V, IO and 11, second MOOr,
battle on hand all the time for every
one tn the family to use. It Is a home
doctor. Price J0e and $1. Guaranteed
by Tydings & Co. Ad,
J. E. GHAGE
OCALA 3 FLORIDA
FLOBl'5 LARGEST Hi BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
An elegant line of lawyers' manu-
script covers, in any color that could j
be desired, just received at the Star
HOME HOTEL OF THE STATF
AMERICAN PLAN $4.00 PER DAY AND UPWARD
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 PER DAY AND UPWARD
A. F. WILSON, Ass'l Mgr.
Levon, April 30. The. big sawmill
started operations again today.
After several weeks shut down the
resuming of operations at the mill
makes Levon take on new life.
Mrs. C. L. Gaulding and daughter,
little Miss Gladys, returned home Sat-, 15
urday evening, after several days' visit j 9
in Ocala the guests of their cousins, j 3
Mr. and Mrs. L J. Blalock. tt
Messrs. W. J. Frink and Jim Rentzjg
were business visitors to Ocala Tues-j g
day afternoon. itt
Messrs. B. F. Carter and two sons, 1 tt
J. V. Turner and C. L Gaulding, were i tt
taking in the sights in the Erick City
DR. L, F, BLALOCK
OFFICE OVER COMMERCIAL
OCALA, - FLORIDA
J. G. PURVIS,
Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store.
Mr. W. J. Frink represented
TIIOS. M. WILSON, Prop, and Mfl Gehee Lumber Co. at the Georgia aad
I Trlnrirta. Sawmill Association meetmz
Iflr.KQniVlW I H r I XX llast Saturday in Jacksonville. Mr.
Iveiilrlck, April 20. Services Sunday
morning and night were held by Rev.
Roberts at the First Methodist church.
Rev. Roberts came down from Reddick
Saturday afternoon and was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. 11. W. Doulware.
1 Mr. Oscar Olin, Misses Salile and
J Theodore Whitehead were visitors to
Mr. L. AV. L;w!s made a brief visit
to Zuber Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. J. L Grier and son John, and
Miss Viola Williams passed through
Kendrick Saturday afternoon enroute
Mrs. I. Richardson and daughters,
Flora and Gussie. have returned from
Cornell, after a short stay with friends
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Shaw
will be glad to know that their son
Venice, is up and able to be out after
many weeks of sickness.
Messrs. Robert Boulware and Ellison
Finley were visitors to Ocala Saturday
Mrs. J. J. Guthery returned Monday
nisht after a few days visiting friends
and shopping in Jacksonville.
The ladies sewing circle met at the
j home of Mrs. II. W. Boulware Thurs Thurs-dav
dav Thurs-dav afternoon. Dainty refreshments
and music was enjoyed during the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. All the guests greatly enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed the afternoon spent with Mrs. Boul Boulware.
ware. Boulware. Mr. II. W. Boulware returned from
South Carolina Saturday afternoon.
Mr. Boulware made the trip in eight
days, driving through the country. He
states that the crops from Reddick on
down excel all the other crops farther
Little Miss Ruby Spencer of Zuber
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Winnill at
Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Webb, Mrs.
? 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 Matting and Crex Rugs
Big Porch Rockers
and Garden Tools
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
I McIVER & McRAY
OCALA EVENING STAK, FRIDAV, MAY 3, lSiS
OCALA EVENING STAR
It. II. II, ltir MKkrr
lrt luitvMl, tlnlnr Mntr
4. Ilv MMwt t'Mtr
Tv ".r- (vfT mi t'w Pac ific coast
taW w.nil4 jut a -on have
, yiM w u.'a J)Min not. arcl In pa. pa.-iT,
iT, pa.-iT, J.n-nt n th nuttr, the !-rtvt
rtvt !-rtvt on thi ,hoii.i romora'oer
XhAi t'vs- !ivf not had experience with
Ty- in snfficUntly large numbers
t form a fair opinion of the situation.
The New York World says that the
fet-lins against the Japanese is only
Another outbreak of the ?ame oil
know-not hiriK prejudice thAt has been
invoked In turn apainst the Irish, the
Germans, the Jews and every other
foreign element that has invaded the
country in larsse number.".
Seems to the Star that the: World is
too bis a paper to make such a mis mistake.
take. mistake. The Irish, the Germans, the Scandi Scandinavians,
navians, Scandinavians, even the Italians, and the
people of other European countries, all
belong to the branches of the great
Indo-Aryan race. The difference be between
tween between them and the Anglo-Saxon is
only in language and custom, and In
time they are all susceptible of being
fused in the great melting pot of the
The Jap is a man of another race.
Nature has drawn the same sharp di dividing
viding dividing line between him and the Cau Caucasian
casian Caucasian that it has drawn between the
Caucasian and the Ethiopian, and the
line can't be crossed without mortal
harm to both. This is plainly shown
in the far-east, where children result resulting
ing resulting from inter-marriage of the races
show physical and mental deteriora deterioration
tion deterioration from their ancestors.
It is an idle perversion of philan philanthropy
thropy philanthropy to say the Japanese or any other
far-eastern race is equal to ours. His History
tory History plainly shows the contrary.
So while war would be a great mis misfortune,
fortune, misfortune, it would not be, in the end, as
great an evil as allowing the steady
Asiatic invasion to go on, with its con consequent
sequent consequent festering mixture around the
edges where it touches the life of our
The advisability of strengthening
the defenses on the Pacific coast is be being
ing being discussed in the California legisla legislature,
ture, legislature, while the Thompson anti-alien
land bill is awaiting its third reading
and final passage in the Senate. Leg Legislators
islators Legislators openly discuss war with Japan
since.it 's assured that the legislature
will pass the bill which President Wil Wilson
son Wilson said is unfriendly to the nation of
President Wilson has decided to let
the California-Japanese situation re remain
main remain untouched for the present. The
constitutionality of the bill, if passed
by the California legislature, will be
brought to the attention of the Califor California
nia California supreme court and if necessary to
the supreme court of the United States
should Japan enter formal protest.
JLX -A XTB-H HTK M EPIT A P I I
A friend sends the tar the follow
ing, which he says will do for the
epitaph of Judge Lester F. (F. stands
for Fisher) Warner. We will keep It
standinar. and hone it will have to
stand for a long time, as we would
rather print epitaffy than an epitaph
for the judge:
A flshy old fisher named Fisher
Fished fish from the edge of a fissure;
The fish with a grin
Pulled the fisherman in:
Now they're fishing the fissure for
: ; VPisher.
FIRST ATTEMPT A FAILl'IlE
The early closing movement didn't
move far yesterday afternoon.
Some few of the stores closed, and,
seeing the others didn't, re-opened.
It would have been a gain all around
if they had all closed. With the ex exception
ception exception of the drugstores ami fruit fruit-stands,
stands, fruit-stands, there was not enough business
In the business center all yesterday
afternoon to keep the force of one big
store busy, let alone them all.
If all the stores had been closed, all
employers and employes, would have
had a rest and lost no money. There
would have been at least forty or fifty
more attendants at the ball game and
$10 or more added to the receipts.
As the Star has said before, if all the
business houses will join in the half half-holiday
holiday half-holiday movement, they will lose noth nothing,
ing, nothing, and all share in the public good.
After all, the issue is principally
with the people. If they will stop buy buying
ing buying goods on Thursday afternoons,
which with a little forethought they
tan do, the Star believes all the mer merchants
chants merchants will be glad to Join in the holi holiday.
day. holiday. I JOSEPH BELL
I Attorney at Law
; Second Floor,
Munroe & Chambliss Bldg.
: Ocala, Fla.
If you wish to buy, sell,
lease, or exchange, it will
pay you to take the matter
up with me at once.
J. H. BRMS0N
"Qneen of Sea Routes''
MERCHANTS & MIXEItS, TRANS. CO.
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Boston and Providence
Pine steamers; best service; low
fares; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points
Bend for booklet.
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
I D. JONES, C. A.,
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville, Fla,
FJet CoutwUe Tr! la the World"
rmT iAMi-: i fink
IUk t roM.I avv the K.n-ltlnjc Cont'fti
tcmrn Oml nl Dunnellon
Thr w a 1 ; r k e attendance at the
hall (!me Thursday afternoon. The
member? of the home team feel much
... i r
encouraged with the appreciation
vhown them, and will go on playing
too.i ball ail summer if the popular
Interest keeps up.
With the assistance of ex-Managers
Jeo. K. Kbinoii and K. C. Dennett.
Manager Hunter had laid out the dia diamond
mond diamond an! planted the lucky penny to
keen the links away. Mr. Robinson is
a veteran baseball enthusiast, and was
manaeer when Johnny McGraw and
his Giants played on the Ocala team,
and F.d ISennett in later years helped
to plan and win more than one hard
fought game for the home nine.
Everybody was Impressed with the
great improvement of the diamond. It
U not yet as good as it will be, as Mr.
Hunter intends to put on two or three
more weeks work, and is planning to
plant the outfield to grass, which will
lie a finishing touch to one of the best
athletic parks in Florida.
The first throw was made uy .miss
Marion Hunter, the pretty little
daughter of the Ocala manager. The
little lady stood at the home plate and
put the ball in play.
The game was well contested, .and
very interesting. The applause given
the home players by the Ocala people
was offset in proportion by the Dun-
nellonites present, who rooted vigor vigorously
ously vigorously for their boys. Dunnellon play played
ed played good ball. This Is the first time that
team has been defeated this season. All
concede that the phosphate city play
ers are up in their work, and their
pitcher is a crackerjack.
The Ocala boys showed up well in
their new uniforms. The gate receipts
were over $80, and Manager Hunter
and his helpers feel much holp up.
We republish the following descrip description
tion description of the game from the Banner, as
we do not see how we can improve on
it in any way:
The game was full of good, bad and
indifferent baseball. Very few of the
errors made had any effect on the re result,
sult, result, as seven of the nine runs were
earned. The work of the pitchers was
excellent. Neither allowed a base on
balls. Galloway fanned nine batters
and Martin struck out ten.
Dunnellon counted in the first in inning.
ning. inning. Howell bunted in front of the
plate, and was safe at first, when Kep Kep-pler
pler Kep-pler threw high to Anderson, and con continued
tinued continued to second on the overthrow.
Thompson hit to Dewey and Howell
was caught going to third, Thompson
in the meantime going to second. Car
penter hit safely to left field, and
Thompson wa thrown out at the plate
by Harris, Carpentrf taking second on
the throw-in. Carpenter scored the
first run of the game. Metcalf trifcd to
score n a long hit by Martin, but was
nipped at he plate by an excellent
throw by' Roberts, In this inning
Ocala had three runners left on bases
when Martin fanned three battetn.
The locals went ahead on the second
inning, scoring twice on singles by
Dewey, Heidel and Harris, and a dou double
ble double by Galloway,
Dunnellon again took the lead in the
fourth inning. Metcalf doubled to
deep center. Martin was pafe on Rob Roberts'
erts' Roberts' error, and both runners tallied on
a long hit by Vann.
The game was a see-saw affair. The
locals put two more runs across the
plate in the sixth Inning on a three three-base
base three-base hit by Galloway, and singles by
Anthony, Roberts and Heidel.
Each team scored one run in the
seventh inning, making the count 5 to
4 inj Ooala's favor.
Dunnellon.. .. . AB R H PO A E
Howell, ss and c 0 0 7 3 1
Thompson, lb and ss..5 12 10 3
Cafpenter, 3b 5 1 2 1 0 3
Matcalf. 2b .5 1 2 2 4 0
Martin, p ,,,., 1 2 1 1 1
Newman, c and lb.,,, 4 0 0 13 0 0
Smith, n 3 0 0 0 0 0
Vann, If 4 0 2 0 0 0
Turnipseed, cf 4 0 1 0 I 0
4 11 24 11 5
Ocala AB R H PO A
Heidel, cf 4 0 3
Harris, If .,..,,4 0 2
Fleckenstein, 2b 4 0 0
Keppler, c 4 1 0
Davis, ss 4 0 1
Anderson, lb 4 0 0
Dewey. 3b 1 1 1
Anthony, rf 3 1 1
Roberts, rf and 3b ...4 0 1
Galloway, p 4 2 2
Totals .. .. ...36
Dunnellon . .1 0 Q
!7 13 8
2 0 0
1 0 0 4
Ocala ,...0 2 0 H?M x 5
Summary: Earner runs, Ocala 4.
Dunnellon 3; three-base hit, Galloway;
two-base hits, Galloway, Metcalf; left
on bases, Ocala 8, Dunnellon 10; struck
out, by Galloway 9, by Martin JO; dou
ble play, Galloway to Anderson; passed
balls, Howell 1, Keppler 2; hit by
pitcher, Heidel, Smith.
Umpire: Dr. M. C. Izlar.
riUTI.S REMEMBERED THE HOYS
Mr. R. M. Curtis, of the Munroe and
Chambliss Bank, in keeping with his
custom, gave the Ocala baseball team
yesterday an official league baseball,
which he has been doing every time
the Ocala boys win.
MRS. E. L. HLGGINS
Mrs. E. L. Iluggins died suddenly
yesterday afternoon about 4 o'clock,
death resulting from a stroke of apo
plexy. hs was visiting her sisterrjn
law, Mrs. G. P. Moore, when the stroke
came, death following but twenty
minutes later. The deceased is said to
have been in apparently good health
when the stroke came though she had
mentioned a little pain in her head.
Mrs. Huggins is 61 years of age and is
survived by a husband and four child children.
ren. children. The body will be shipped to her
former Uome, Sardinia, O., for funeral
services and interment on the evening
train. She has sister and three
brothers there. St. Petersburg Inde Independent.
pendent. Independent. SHIPPING XEWB
Port Inglis, Fla., May 2. Entered:
British steamship "Jupiter" from Huel-
va, Spam, with a cargo of 3100 tons of
sulphur ore for the Barker Chemical Co.
If you eat something that 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 pinch of SIMMON'S RED Z
LIVER REGULATOR and wash it
down with a swallow of water. It
drives out Impurities in the stomach
and bowels and you feel better im immediately.
mediately. immediately. Sold by all drugstores. Ad.
TIN LOST A cameo brooch lost on
Thursday night somewhere between
Sanchez street and the Park show tent,
or in the tent. Finder will receive a
suitable reward for its return to the
Star office- 4-28-6t
The FiiWh at the Temple thin Evening
The Follies Club of the University of
Florida will be in our city this eve evening.
ning. evening. You'll know the minute they ar arrive.
rive. arrive. You will see them on the streets.
There's nothing: magic about them
while on the streets. but visit the
Temple theater at 6:30 tonight and
you'll laugh. Perhaps you won't think,
because you won't have time, if you
keep up with their tricks.
The play will be "My Friend from
India.'' Last year the Follies played,
"What Happened to Jones," and every everybody
body everybody was delighted.
When you see 'Augustus Keen
Shave," in the person of Frederick
Hocker, step out on the stage, you
might as well prepare to laugh. If you
don't want to laugh, then you'll be dis disappointed
appointed disappointed if you come.
Theo Hudgins, who plays the part of
"Mr. Underholt," a Kansas City hog
dealer, will also cause much laughter.
He is right up to the top notch. He
has left his home for the sole purpose
of getting into society. About the time
he thinks he's getting in, he gets kick kicked
ed kicked out.
"Dummy" Taylor will also appear as
Mr. Tweede Dummy will cause as
much amusement on the stage with his
acting a he has caused interest
throughout the state by sticking his
toe against the pigskin.
You'll also be pleased with the act acting
ing acting of M. Phipps, who played a part
last season. Where he has appeared
once, he is always asked to come again.
Mr. Barrs and Mr. Cannon will also
appear, Mr. Barrs playing the part of
Jennings. Mrs. Cannon playing the
part of Tom Valentine, and he will
make th'-ngs as lively as tho it were
St. Valentine's Day.
Don't think for one moment that
you'll be asked to sit up all evening
and look at boys alone. Such might
appeal to the ladies of Ocala, but for
those that are not so much interested
in men, we are going to have in our
cast Miss Pedrick, Miss Crom, Miss
Hudgins, Miss Futch and Miss Barrs.
All of these ladies play their parts as
no others could and be amateurs.
Now if you want to forget all your
trials, pains and tribulations, just bo
present at the Temple tonight.
"Laugh and the world laughs with you.
Weep and you weep alone."
Don't stay away and weep, but come
and laugh. Everybody is coming, so
come or you'll be left at home. Laugh
and grow healthy. Music by university
orchestra. Specialties by Beeler and
Five Heel Feature, 101 Itaneb, Two
ChmIi Prizen Ideal Tonight
Last night the holder of the lucky
number winning the first cash prize at
the Ideal was Master Lee Meadows,
who also won the first prize a few
nights ago. The second pri'e was won
by Mr. Wade.
Tonight is the big feature of five
reels of MHler Bros'. 101 Ranch and
world famous wild west shows. This i3
not a slow drama but is delightful
scenes from life of real cowboys and
Indians and NOT actors taking cow cowboy
boy cowboy parts. It illustrated western life
in a vivid manner, showing the round roundup,
up, roundup, modes of living, sports and past past-times
times past-times and original productions of Milk Milkier
ier Milkier Brothers' famouis 101 ranch in Bliss,
In addition to these and the show
pictures there are scenes showing how
the immense arena is erected, how the
big show is transported and the inside
life of those who make the tents their
only home the best part of the year.
Actual scenes on a ranch are some sometimes
times sometimes rarely seen by the average per person
son person and that combined with the thrills
and pranks of real cowboys and girls,
alone, makes a show by itself, to say
nothing of the rest of the exhibition.
The closing reel carries one back to
the circus in town days go effectively
that you are inclined to lo6k for the
peanut and lemonade staids.
All in all, this is the best show ever
produced and you should not fail to see
it while you have the chance. Tonight,
Saturday matinee and Saturday night.
Temple Picture Special
No pictures tonight on account of
college players. Tomorrow, matinee
and night, six fine licensed reels. Wait
for the real feature. It will be at the
Temple Monday and Tuesday, matinee
and night, right from Montgomery's
house in Jacksonville.
ELEPHAXTS AXD MEN RATHE
The Four Reels of I niisual Scenes
Make HaKenbeek-Wallaee Picture
People anl -nes that are unusual
are the kind that appe&J to the public.
The managers are constantly looking
for pew subjects.
Perhaps pot a person in this vicinity
ever saw a man and elephant bathe to together,
gether, together, or a man battle wjth a lion,
and some never saw a man put his
head in a lion's mouth, or a tiger ride
a horse, but now everyone can have
the opportunity to see all of the above,
when the remarkable pictures of the
Hagenbeck-Wallace Shows are exhibit exhibited
ed exhibited here for the first time.
People, who are regular patrons as
well as those who are not regular pat patrons
rons patrons of the picture theater, will be in interested
terested interested in this subject, as a circus is
the most popular amusement of the
There is much. fliat is associated
with these big amusement aggrega aggregations,
tions, aggregations, that most of the public do not
know, but which they can learn ana
understand from these pictures. These
pictures were taken while the monster
Hagenbeck-Wallace fciiwws was in ac action
tion action last summer, and .thvy reveal
many secrets of the circus life.
The fouf reels contain almost one
mile of intensely interesting film, and
they provide a proiitat1 as well as
amusing entertainment, with the fur
ther satisfaction of being genuine and
original, entirely different from the
picture show entertainment.
The exhibition of the Hagenbeck-
Wallace Show picture will prove to be
the feature attraction in that line for
th-.K reason. They will be exhibited at
the Temvl,; Monday and Tuesday, mat'
jness ana mac;. Adv.
DR. D, M. B0NEY
Optometry Office and Laboratory
.9 to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2-6 Gary Building. Ocala. m
II. C. 1. 1. 1111
Mrs. E. Van Hood, Editor
Arcadia. April 2. The tpring term
of the circuit court was opened for
the first time in the r.ew court house
at 1:20 o'clock yesterday afternoon,
with Judge Whitney on the bench, and
prayer beine; offered by Rev. Edward
F. Ley, pastor of the Methodist
After prayer. Judge Whitney organ organized
ized organized the grand jury and addressed it
for an hour on the responsibility of
the grand jury in- preventing crime.
It is doubted if a stronger deliverance
on moral issues was ever made on
suuh an occasion. Amony the many
forceful utterances were the follow following:
ing: following: The jury system, when properly
used, supplies the best form of gov government.
ernment. government. The grand jury, and not the sheriff,
is to play the part of detective and
apprehend and convict the criminals.
Do away with the liquor triffie and
you practically do away with crime.
Out of all the murders and attempts
to murder that have been before my
court, I recall not more than two cases
where whisky was not directly or in indirectly
directly indirectly the cause of them, and "blind
tiger" most frequently the kind used.
There is not a better law on the
statute books than the local option
law. and not one so easily enforced.
You eighteen men are f-om all parts
of the county and know what is going
on in each district. To say that you
live in a district and do not know of
the illicit sale of liquor where the
traffic is conducted, is to show such
ignorance as should deprive you of
your citizenship; and to know of such
violation and not report it here should
also require a forfeiture of citizenship,
for you are under the same oath that I
am, to see that the laws are enforced
and the guilty punished.
You, gentlemen, have more to do
with the prevention of bloodshed and
other crimes than anj other men. The
weeping and wailing and gnashing of
teeth will have largely passed from
our courts when the grand jury does
! its full work.
The distinguished jurist drew before
the jury a picture of Arcadia and De De-Soto
Soto De-Soto county before the barrooms were
closed and then contrasted it with the
present condition of the material and
moral growth and prosperity. He ap appealed
pealed appealed to the jury to destroy the blind
tiger and intimated that there would
be no criminal docket to be sounded.
The new court-house is a gem and is
not surpassed by anything of the kind
in the state. Arcadia Correspondent
Thomas A. Eriion and the Cigarette.
At a recent young people's meeting
in Stoughton, Wis, the vice-president
of the Wisconsin W. C. T. U., Mrs. An Annie
nie Annie W. Warren, had read as a number
on the program, "Thomas A. Edison's
Opinion of Cigarettes," published
sometime ago in the Un'on Signal.
The reading called forth the statement
by one of the young men of the town
that "Edison smokes cigaretts him himself."
self." himself." Mrs. Warren decided to sub submit
mit submit the matter directly to the great
inventor and ask him for a refutation
or corroboration. To her inquiry she
received a prompt reply which we give
I am in receipt of your favor of the
17th instant in regard to cigarette
smoking, and quoting the remark of
one of your senior high school boys
who stated that I was a cigarette
smoker. Let me say in reply that
that statement is an absolute untruth.
I never smoked one in my life, and no
man or boy who smokes cigarettes can
work in my laboratory. In my Opinion
there are enough degenerates in the
world without manufacturing any
more by means of cigarettes.
Yours very truly,
. Thos. A. Edison.
Hon. Lee Cruce, governor of Okla Oklahoma,
homa, Oklahoma, in a recent letter to Fred M.
Stevens of Texas, stated, "The people
of Oklahoma are vell satisfied with
prohibition, There is more money in
the banks now than in the days of the
open saloon. The stores are selling
more goods now than then. Real es estate
tate estate is worth more now than then in
both town and country, and
all Oklahoma is more prosperous to today
day today than it was when the state had
I can produce eminent proof from
the brewers and distillers themselves
that the law is effective in Oklahoma.
The state voted for prohibition in lttOT.
After it had had three years without
saloons the gentlemen who manufac manufacture
ture manufacture liquor certainly had an opportuni opportunity
ty opportunity to judge whether or not it injured
their business. iy means of the in in-it'ative
it'ative in-it'ative in 1910 they got up an election
to bring back the 'saloon. 1ier spent
over $400,000 in their effort for "per "personal
sonal "personal liberty," as it was termed. Now
if they had made more money without
saloons than with them certainly they
would have let well enough alone.
For who s there who does not believe
that these men are engaged in this
business for the money there is in it?
You can put it down that the brewers
and distillers must think prohibition
prohibits or they would not be so fool
ish as to spend almost a half million
dollars, and much time and energy, in
an effort to expunge the prohibition
law from our statute books. In Colo Colorado,
rado, Colorado, the past fall, another half mil million
lion million of brewers' money must have gone
into the campaign to keep the state
wet. The whisky man is not different
from other men in thio respect, he
spends uis money where it will dr biin
the most good.
WOODMAR RESIDENCE FOR RENT
My home at Woodman on Lake Weir,
is for rent for the months of Jur-, July
and August, completely furnished. Ap Apply
ply Apply to J. G. Lege, Eastlake. Fla. 4-16-tf
Lame back is usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles of the
, back, for which you will find nothing
better than Chamberlain's Liniment,
For sale by all dealers. Ad.
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Must be In
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' ;v" is the time to ?et rid of your
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ing' applying' Chamberlain's I4n:mer.t and mas-.-.i,in,'
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! SIMMON'S SQUA7- VINE COMPOUND
is an effective remedy. It corrects ir irregularities,
regularities, irregularities, build up a stron? body,
promotes cheerful spirits and restores
a clear, healthy complexion. Price? 1
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The success of a bank depends upon its ability to meet the requirements
of the public. It must provide a safe place for the people to deposit their funds,
and must distribute its loans to do the greatest good to the greatest number.
It must be managed by men of unquestionable integrity, sound business
judgment--with ability enough to say "yes" and backbone enough to say '"no."
Our sixteen years of banking experience is the record upon which we stand.
The Munroe Chambliss Bank
J. F. JEKIN,
303 Osceola Street, Ocala, Fla, PHONE 389. Hlock Northeast of Postoff.ee
THE VERY BEST OF EVERYTHING IX BUILDING CONSTIU CTION
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 Trade Lime, Cement, Plaster, Rooting, Sewer Pipe, Plumbing ami Steam Fitting Supplies and
Building Brick, Both Common and Pressed.
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA
The following schedule is not paid
for, but is printed for the information
of the public. The railroads are re requested
quested requested to send in corrections when whenever
ever whenever necessary.
SR ABOARD AIR LINE
. .2:31 p.m.
. 1:35 a.m.
No. 2 2:25 a.m.
No. 4 1:00 p.m.
No. 10 (Limited. .4:23 p.m.
The limited leaves Jacksonville at
11:30 a. m. and arrives In Tampa at 6
p. m. It leaves Tampa at 1 p. m. and
arrives in Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m. It
stops only at Turkey Creek, Plant City,
Dade City, W'ldwood, Ocala, Starke
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Southbound Jax. and St. Petersburg:
No. 37 .2:20 a.m. 2:21 a.m.
No. 39 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
Southbound Jm. and Leenburgr
No. 0 8:45 p.m. 8:46 p.m.
Southbound Ocala and Lakeland
No. 33 (Sunnyjim) 6:40 a.m.
Northbound Jax. and St. Petersburg
No. 38 2:20 a.m. 2:21 a.m.
No. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
Northbound l.fesburg and Jax,
No. 10 6:05 a.m. 6:06 a.m.
Northbound Lakeland and Ocala
No. 32 (Sunnyjim) Arrive 9:50 p.m.
Ocala and IIomoNanna
Leave No. 49 8:20 a.m.
Leave No. 47 2:23 p.m.
Arrive No. 44 12:50 p.m.
Arrive No. 48 6:00 p.m.
Lv. for Palatka.. 7:30 a.m. i:25 p.m.
Sunday trains 8:00 a.m. 1:25 p.m.
r. from Palatka. 10:40 a.m. 5:10 p.m.
FIERCE RATTLE WITH
A RAPE FIE.VD
Hampton, S. C, May 2. Armed with
a shotgun and a sack filled with shells,
Richard Henry Austin, 4. negro stood in
a little bay of water midst dense uiir
dergruvvth four miles from Hampton
and fought back an armed body of men
yesterday afternoon between five and
Austin went to the home of one of
the best known citizens of the little
town of Luray and attempted a crim criminal
inal criminal assault. He was chased to the
woods by an armed crowd, but had pro provided
vided provided himself in advance for what he
knew was coming by taking with him
a shotgun and shells loaded with buck
shot. It is also said that the negro
wore a belt with a large calibre revol
ver and a lot of cartridges.
When the crowd entered the woods
the negro took refuge in the swamp
about four miles from Hampton and
worked his way into a little bay filled
with water and surrounded by a dense
undergrowth. When his pursuers came
near enough he opened Are, killing one
outright and wounding three. When
night came, lig tires were built on the
outer edges of the swamp in whi;h
Austin was hiding, and negroes in the
vicinity helped keep the fires going by
cutting wood and piling it on the fires fires-Austin
Austin fires-Austin walked out of the swamp un unobserved
observed unobserved and mingled with the other
negroes about midnight.
His gun he hid under his coat, so
that only a small portion of It was
visible, and in the light of the fire it
passed for an axe handle. Suddenly
some one recognized Austin's voice, but
before he could be seized or shot he
made a break for another swamp. A
fusillade of shots were fired at him,
but evidently none took effect. He Is
now believed to be in hiding in the
swamps of the Savannah river. Posses
with bloodhounds are on hi? trail.
The dead are J. Frank Dowers of
Luray, and Magistrate F. H- Edenfield,
of Allendale. Dr. B. C. Moore of Luray,
is probably fatally? wounded. Thre
others are wounded.
To Stop the Cough Cure the Tickling
Ctr nr mnn th.e throat with tJi trfinrlrf nl
: ,n.iser..ic Dr. PORTXIR S antiseptic
HEALING OIL. It Cures ia One Day. FuU
directions "with each bottle. 25c, 50c, $1.00
OTICE OF ANIMALS IMPQUXDED
To Whom it May Concern: This fs to
certify that I have this 30th day of
April, 1 & 1 3, placed in the city pound
the following described animal which
has been found running at large with
in the corporate limits of the city of
Ocala. contrary to the ordinances of
said city, viz: One black mare mule.
The owner thereof, or h's agents, and
ail whom it may concern, are hereby
notiheoi thai if the animal is not claim claimed
ed claimed and all expensed of taking- and im impounding
pounding impounding thereof are not paid 'srlthin
three days from date hereof, to-wtt:
On the 3rd day of May, 1913. I will sell
the same to the highest and best bid bidder,
der, bidder, said sale to take place between the
hours of 11 a. m. and 3 p. m. on Eaid
day at tne c'ty pound in Ocala, Florida.
R. L Carter, Marshal.
D. B. "Walters, Impounder.
G. Iv. WILLIAMS,
General Building Contractors
The Follies Club of
"WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES"
The Follies are Coming, are You?
Prices 50c and 75c.
- Miss Evelyn of New York City is at Hay Hay-craft
craft Hay-craft & De Gamp's, with one of the largest
assortments of HUMAN HAIR GOODS line
ever shown in your city, These goods are
made by one of the largest Hair Goods Manu Manufacturers
facturers Manufacturers in New York City, having a reputa reputation
tion reputation for these goods for quality, and match matching
ing matching any special shade which should come
their way. For prices come and inspect, and
see for yourself, for quality and price.
YflAXSFEU AXD FIKKPROOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.
Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Large Stock, Prompt Shipment
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
A. & CONYEMS, SSJ
BROADWAY AND 11th ST.
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans.
American Plan, 2 per day and up. European Plan. II. CO pr Jer and up-
Special W eekly Rates. 4
Churchill & Co.
E. M. WILLIAMS.
the University of Florida
Superior to Plaster
or Cejling fn
Quality or Price.
Red, Buff, Gray and
OCALA fcVtXtNG STAR, FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1B13
v yM -4
2e &Ji&Jf& 7 jje?f?K 6r&&oinZ
No one was ever able to swim without going in into
to into the water. How is a woman going to know how
to save money who never had any money to save? If
more men intrusted their finances to their WIVES,
there would be fewer bankrupts. If men intrusted
their wives with their bank accounts, they would
find at the end of the month that there was A BIG BIGGER
GER BIGGER BALANCE in the bank than ever.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts
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 this 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 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.
KNIGHT & LANG
t3lsS 1 Klp
I I s a 1 iii il fix ii!2ggB&&4
HOUSE CLEANING WILL BE TWICE AS EASY IF
YOU HAVE GOOD THINGS TO CLEAN HOUSE WITH.
WHY DO THIS DAILY. NEVER ENDING TASK WITH
SHACKLEING. WORN-OUT SCRUB BRUSHES AND PANS
BUY NEW ONES AND SAVE MONEY BY SAVING WORK.
REMEMBER W HEN YOU NEED HARDWARE THAT
WE HAVE IT.
I am keeping at my
West Exposition Street
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 each two
weeks and select the
stock in person and
get the very best,
Call at the Lot, you will find some Stock to suit you,
if it is one or dozen head you need, I nave. them.
. M- JT. NICHOLS
LIVE STOCK DEALER OCALA, FLORIDA
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.s, j p q r?; t n rr
La-NO.. M. ... ft":..
CW LfWJ"f f
Sales Barn and Lot, on
three blocks west of the
it : i l
L c 6 'Kh i 11
pU' if r i In
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
Clocks of all kinds and a
A. E. Burnett. Adv.
Mr. Leon Fishel has bti-n on the sick
list for the last few days.
SIX ROOM COTTAGE FOR RENT
Apply to Mrs. R. D. Fuller. 1-5
Master Cornelius Winston Ls able to
be out aain after his recent illness.
PIckard's Srte hand-painted china, at
Burnett, the jeweler's. Ad-
Harry, the two-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. II. Ii. Clark.-on, is quite ill to today.
day. today. Mr. T. W. Troxler is nutting new new-screen
screen new-screen doors to his elesant ice cream
FOR SALE 25 to CO Plymouth Rock
homing pigeons. Apply to this of office.
fice. office. 4-25-6t
Mr. C. C. Tlawls of 5tephen.-ville i.s in
the city looking after some jroperty
interests he has here.
Rheinauer's is the place to find the
best makes and most popular prices of
ladies' and children's shoes. Ad.
Tickets for 'The Follies." at the
Temple FrMay night, are on sale at the
Dr. J. H. Dunn was called to Inver Inverness
ness Inverness this afternoon, to save a valuable
horse for a man down that way.
Shoe polish of every description can
be found at the Court Pharmacy. If it
is shoe polish, they have it. Adv.
Nunnally's candies, always fresh,
sent every few days by express to the
Postoffice Drug-store. Adv.
Don't forget about those unbreaka unbreakable
ble unbreakable combs that we guarantee at the
Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Position wanted by a women willing
to do any kind of housework or other
work. Apply to phone Xo. 121.
Mr. Harry Peter represented Dunnel-j
Ion in the city Friday. He reports ev-
erything in a prosperous condition in
the Phosphate City.
.ienja lace preparations are new
rivals at the Court Pharmacy.
look around on entering the store and
you will see them. Adv
My house, No. 229 Fort King avenue,
will be for rent after June 1st. Mrs.
McDowell. 5 2
No trouble to show floods. Corae
and convince yourself of the beautiful
line of human hair goods I am show showing.
ing. showing. All floods at manufacturer's
prices. Tomorrow the last day. Miss
Evelyn of New York at Ilaycraft
COOK WANTED Go to
Room furnished. Best wages. German
or colored. Cook and general houses
work. Small family. Apply Saturday j enou,h to visit and encourage Mrs. J
or Monday to Mr. J. B. Ley, 99 FortK Moorhead and her boys and Rlrls ,n
K,n avenue, 4-Sl-3t th,s pplen(lid work. T endorse it and
will yive my best endeavor for its
Don't m'ss thl
opportunity of hav-1
ins- your hair matched perfectly, in
texture as well as in color. No shade
too difficult to match, including nat natural
ural natural gray and white. All soods at
manufacturer's prices. Miss Evelyn
of New York, at Ilaycraft & DeCamp's
WHITE ORPINGTONS One hundred
young hens, 1912 hatch, for sale at
$1.50 each. McLean Bros. Poultry
Farm, Conant, Fla. 4 23-rW 2
Mr. Lon K. Edwards, manager of the
Irvine Crate and Basket Company's
plant at Irvine, was in town today on
business connected with the company.
He came down in his car and returned
home in the afternoon.
Representatives of Miller Bros'. 101
Ranch, who are at Newberry and Wil Wil-liston,
liston, Wil-liston, shipped two more carloads of
Florida's famous wiregrass cattle yes yesterday
terday yesterday to their big 101 Ranch at Bliss,
Oklahoma. Miller Bros, famous show
i at the Ideal tonight and tomorrow
in five reels.
Major L, T, Izlar was quite busy to today
day today preparing a box of specially fine
vegetables for shipment. Upon being
asked whether they were intended for
the flood sufferers, he replied that they
were Intended for friends of his
"sufferers' in South Carolina, who
were not so fortunate as we are to
have fresh vegetables at this season of
the year, and on account of the late
cold weather will not have any for
some weeks to come.
Solid and filled ctiams, the Dest for
the money, and guaranteed as repre represented.
sented. represented. A. E. Burnett Ad.
The practice races at the fair
grounds, where Mr. C. "Carmichael is
trying out the horses, he intends to
take north with l.im, are very interest interesting.
ing. interesting. About ten horses are at the sta stables,
bles, stables, and Mr. Carmichael is sure of tw-
or three winners in the bunch.
Mr. Andy Nolan, representing the fa
nious Miller Bros'. 101 ranch, which j
will be illustrated at the Ideal tonight,
is in town, spieling for his show. Mr.
Nolan has the stature of David and the
voice of Goliath. When you stand on
the Ocala National corner and hear
him talking over at the Munroe &
Chambliss Bank, you wonder how he
ever packed so much voice away in
him at one time. He is one of the best
people on earth, an all arouni good
fellow and is t.ooeting for a fine show.
Corker and Amos Myers, two
into the wholesale liquor business, i
were nabbed last night. Mose, uh.jj
worked in Hogan's kdivron, was ab-
t m f t i ti n i,ninp and fl.T-k whir ti he
lowered out of the rear window up
stairs to Amos on the ground outside,
They had bt-en suspected for some
time, and last night were watched and
nabbed bv iiessrs. '. .T. Weaver and H.
h ivphi in a sriok whfrh fop wa
lowering to Amos was the
i$ll.f0 in we goods. The thieves were
sent to jail. Another one of their
storehouses, containing a larae quan quantity
tity quantity of stolen goods was found thl
A couple of disreputable characters,
habitues of the Jacksonville segregat segregated
ed segregated district, who arrived in Ocala a day
or so ago. were nabbed by the county
authorities. One rut up the necessary!
cash bond, but the other remains
jail. This is not a healthy climate f
their snecies, as hard work on the
rnarfo i ISkelv to kill them.
ANOTHER LOVELY EVENING
People Gathered hr Hundred un tbt
Public viiirf to Hear thr
The band concert last night was the
bet ;.o far of the season. The weather
was perfect, the musicians were in fine
form, and the people were out by, hun hundreds.
dreds. hundreds. The Stir regrets to say, there was
no; much diminution in the noige made
by the children around the bacdstand.
is regrettable lor w?u
likes to se children ei jay. -them
... ... .
r. u is inapo-sioie lor anyone toLiaoies arrange' lor the
appreciate music fully when i t r$ mix mixed
ed mixed or marred or interrupted ly any
noise that mifiht be pleasant enough
under other circumstances. The right
of the majority will -have to be respect respected,
ed, respected, and if the natural guardians of the
children won't keep them auiet, either
a policeman will have to be called on
or the music will hate to stop. Neither
would be pleasant.
Interest in the event was added to
by a speech from the bandstand by Mr.
J. D. Itooney, secretary of the Board
of Trade. It was appropriate that Mr.
Itooney should speak from the band bandstand,
stand, bandstand, which owing directly to his ef efforts
forts efforts has been changed from an eye eyesore
sore eyesore to an ornament. Mr. Rooney
made an Jnteresting, live-wire talk. He
told of some of the things the Board
of Trade has done and others it is try trying
ing trying to do for the improvement of the
city, and appealed to the people to
hold up ts hands. His little talk hit
the right spot.
Following is the program of the
concert as rendered:
"Star Spangled Banner.'
March, 'Fight or Frolic" E. J. De Delano.
lano. Delano. Baritone solo, "Asleep in the Deep"
H. NV, Petrie.
Schottische, "By the Watermelon
Vine" T. S. Allen.
Selection, "The Prince of Pilsen"
March, "Belford's Carnival" T.
Baritone solo, Challenge" (Mr. F.
Mathews) George Southwell.
Waltzes, "Nordica" II. Yourjee.
Patrol, "The American" F.
AN OKANGE Al'IECE
Are the I!et of Frtilt, so be Sure
! and Obtain Yourw
The 5ox of ine Valencia oranges,
, Krown by Messrs. Tonner & Borland,
: citra, FJa.t which have been in the
; Munroe & Chambliss Bank window for
;a weefc will be given away to the cus-
ar-ilome an,j friens of the bank, be
ginning at 11 o'clock on Saturday, May
3rd. Only one orange can be given to
each person; be sure to get yours.
IIEL1 THE GOOD WOIIK
1 To the Readers of the Star: I want
.' to urse every business man and citizen
of Ocala. every reader of .your valuar
, ble paper, to take time enough tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow to visit the Junior Civic League
playgrounds and witness the work of
,the county tomato and corn club mem members.
bers. members. Encourage this movement. Quit
talking about the high cost of living,
but Kive your best efforts to this
,-nnvemenf and vnu have the srrt at
,'your dour in your own county. Then
L, ,,D i..c..o i
perpetuation and success.
J. D. Itooney,
Secretary Ocala Board of Trade.
DOMESTIC SC IE.VCE 'CLASS
The domestic science class under he
management of the household econotn econotn-ics
ics econotn-ics committee of the Woman's Cliifc,
met at the home of Mrs. Q. W. Martjn,
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock,
After a half hour's study of, first,
pupil's costumes; second, personal
habits in the kitchen; third, equipment;
fourth, dust; fifth, fuel., with special
attention given to the care and man management
agement management of the oil stove, for one was
to be used at this lesson, the class re
paired to the kitchen where its mem members
bers members were assigned places. Potato
salad with mayonnaise dressing and
tea making was tausht by Miss Isabel
Mrs. Martin's division made delicious
lemon pies and plain crackers. Misses
Alice Sexton and Gladys Martin were
appointed to act as hostesses, and
Louise Spencer and Leslie Jackson
Other members present were Chris
tine Hjort, Nellie Beckham.
Sheppard, Marian Dewey, Gladys Wal-
lis. Louise Sanders, Miss Mays and Mrs.
EDI CATION FOR EFFIEXCY
The subject of Miss May's discourse
at the Woman's Club tomorrow after
noon will lie '.Education for Efficien
SOME FIXE TOMATOES
On exhibition in the Munroo (.'nam
toes, green, but of araod size and al
toes, greet, but of good size and al-
tnriei t-wv- tr, thir Thpv are frnm the
23-aere field of Mr. J. C. Peek of Red.
who will ship a good many car-
MLI, SHIP THIS WEEK
Messrs. Z. C. Chambliss & Co. will
besrin shipping beans from their big
field southwest of Ocala, today or to
morrow, in carload lots.
ENGLISH WOOLEV 3IILLS
ARE OPEXIXG A STORE
The English Woolen Mills ae open
ing a tailoring vstibli3hment in the
room in the. Carn building which has
just been vacated by a delicatessen
store. The store will be in charge of
Mr. B. Seller, and they will make a
specialty of ?15 suits no higher or no
Hit. V. K. XiAXE,
pe-iaIiKt, Eve. Ear, Xie and throat.
- 'Office, Law Library B3?g.. Ocala, Ad.
OPEX DAY" AXD XIGHT
1 Merchant's Cafe. A. C. L. depot cor-
r.er. Meals a la carte and lunches at
CAR FOR SALE
For sale, Herreshoff three-passenger
runabout automobile. For all prac
tical purposes is as good as new. M,y
reason for selling is that I desire a
larger car. Cheap for cash. Miss Minr
ni Stovall. Ocala. 4-24-dw tf
The only plaee In Oeala at vrhiehl
in j collar of pure linen ean be Vnr
or j na.el at two for 23 cents In e. (i. RIv
er & Company's haHerdanBery. See
-ithe latest ntjUn In the wiadoTT. 5 2 3t
OCALA 11 AFFAIRS
If you have any items for this de department,
partment, department, call Phone 106.
Ain't Ion" Club Entertained! rjjrtr-l-Iver
Miss Bettie Wray Mclver was theHT
Mrtr hostess ffTtnjnfrrsrTJeMjrM-
the Young Ladies' Auction Club
this afternoon at Z o'clock. At the four
Misses Janet Weathers, Bessie Mac Mac-Kay,
Kay, Mac-Kay, Edith Williams, Jorothy Schrei Schrei-ber.
ber. Schrei-ber. Jennie ITarreiL-'" 'Eugenia Fuller,
Annie Davis, Shfah Davis. Hope Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, Adele Bittinger, Marie Van En En-gelken.
gelken. En-gelken. Fannie Robinson, Clara John Johnson,
son, Johnson, Minnie Stovall, Mary Bur ford and
Annie Atkinson. Miss Ophelia Sawtell
joined the players during the after afternoon
noon afternoon and in time foT refreshments.
" Fragrant roses were used Tn"iU en entities
tities entities throughout the room and scores
were kept on dainty little tally cards.
The usual club prize, and the visitors',
a pretty deck of cards, was awarded at
the conclusion of the interesting
games while enjoying the delicious
fruit salad, wafers, pickles, punch and
sandwiches served by the hostess.
Thursday Evening Card Club Enter Entertained
tained Entertained by Mr. and .Mr. WmNlrow
For the first time in several weeks
the Thursday Evening Card Club met
last evening for their weekly play, the
delightful entertainers" being Mr. and
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow. The five tables
were placed in the handsome and spa spacious
cious spacious living room and the conservatory
which is a bower of beautiful ferns.
Roses and sweet peas of varied hues
completed the decorations.
Playing were Mr. and Mr.s. T. T.
Munroe. Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Robinson,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mrs.
Violet Powers, Mr. and Mrs. C. II.
Lloyd, Miss Jennie Ilarrtll, Mr. Ben
Rheinauer, Mr. B. A. Weathers. Miss
Janet Weathers, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Gerig. Mrs. E. J. Mills-Price, Mr. and
Mrs. U R. Chazal and Mr. and Mrs. C.
The successful players of the eve evening
ning evening were Mrs. Munroe, who was given
the ladies' club prize, an exquisite cut
glass powder jar. Mr. Camp won the
gentleman's prize, a thermos bottle.
.1. I .:. , W
4"".u,e 1UUIS l"1'' a iar-
canay, was won oy .irs. niis-i'rice.
Candies were on the tabids and enjov-
ed during- the sanies. (
After the games Mrs. Woodrow serv
td strawberry ice-cream with wll'PI',eiHr,rady Poole
cream, wnue cane ani luac-K coiiee,
and the half-hour spent relishing this
delicious repast, which concluded the
last meeting- of the club for the sea season,
son, season, was most enjoyable.
Miss Janet Weathers will :;o tu Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland tomorrow to visit her cousins',-llr.
and Mrs. I. V. Stevens for several
Mrs. Edward Holder, accompanied
by Misses Alice Bullock and Mattie
Williams spent the day attending to
business at the mines. They were
guests for dinner of Mr. Henry Spen Spencer
cer Spencer at Inverness, who is spending a
few days Jhere looking- after the in interests
terests interests of the Southern Phosphate De Development
velopment Development Co.
Miss Henrietta Babe, a charming charming-young
young charming-young lady of lTrmingham, has ar arrived
rived arrived in the city to.spend two or three
'weeks with her aunt, Mrs. F. G. B.
Weih e. This is Mis?' Babe's first visit
to Ocala and she is delighted with the
Sunday was Mjsv F. G. B. Weihe's
birthdav and a number of friends.
among them Mff aid Mrs. Bradford
Webb of KendrTc-k came in and sur
prised her, and speht a most delightful
afternoon with hef.
Mrs. B. W. McMullen and little
daughter, who have been visiting
friends at Green Springs, passed thru
town today on their way home to
Jacksonville.. They were accompanied
by Miss Ruby Powell, a pretty young
lady of Green Springs, who will be Mrs.
McMullen s guest for a few days.
Miss Ruby Cappleman left this aft
ernoon Tor a week-end visit to a
friend. Mis McClellan, in Gainesville.
Miss Hallie Ley returned home to
day from an extended visit to Wash
ington, Atlanta, Tallahassee and other
V lovely Mayday party was given
MamieiDy Mrs. G. B. Stein and Mrs. Paul Theus
V1 their horae f"s- "rd street, in honor
house was decoraTeTTwTtTTMay baskets
filled with lovely sweet pea-. v.itui--
tiums, yellow daisies und jassamme,
yellow and wmte being the color)
schern. Four tables were arranged in!
the viarlor and library where tht
guests enjoyed the game of Rum for
some time; ther was also a very in interesting
teresting interesting contest. -A Bird Romance."
For the nearest correct solution of this
clever contest Miss Gertie l'eys r and
Miss Lucile Robinson cut for the
ladies' prize. .Miss Peyser winning the
3 CailS VaD CaiuD'S SOUD 25C
Mince Meat 23c
Sunbeam shrimp 25c
lb M Soda....
2 cans small Hat Salmon .35c
' tall Salmon.. 30clan'or' thr,,:(' in attendance on the re-
m I cent convention of Florida masten
Argo large Salmon foclriumb-rs in Jacksonville. s
Ocean Gem tall ... 20c!
Hotel Astor Coffee
40 cts. per Pound
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
as YOUR" MONEY?
,., ,, , , ,
The home of Wade Marram, a farmer living; en Breed ea
t'k. Hno county, W Ya.wa dentroyed by lire, tarsias; ear ear-reney
reney ear-reney that wa the hoard of year, amounting;. It la mm id, ta $100, $100,-yOOO.
yOOO. $100,-yOOO. Ma re ii m had led the life of a mUer for yearn, and fca4
Void valuable eoal and timber laadn, alwayn demaadlag; payment la
iuii oi tarse denominations, l
fAbNolnte Kernrity for your navina la afforded by aa aeeaaat la
THE OCALA NATIONAL
Ii. D. STOKE 3,
JNO. L. EDWARDS, Pr.
South Atlantic League,
' Heating's -Buffet.
dainty iiaul-maue jabot, and the gen gentlemen's
tlemen's gentlemen's prize, a pair of silk hose, was
won by Norton Dav's. After the
games, lovely refreshments were serv served
ed served chicken salad in dainty little yel yellow
low yellow May baskets, with salted wafers,
olives, delicious sandwiches, salted
nuts and mints. During the games yel yellow
low yellow and white home-made candies
were served on each little table. A
lovely birthday cake with i ghted can
were "wished out" tv' the
nIUjj merri mentor hose k
Tiarini? this pleasant eveTTlns with
Lucile Robinson, Aile
ullock, Mary and
'-r v v tll' .'iU- i.
Ethel Seymour, an
lessrs. Jim l'yles.
C. Williams and
Mrs. V. J. Chambers, who attended
the Methodist missionary convention
in this city last week and since then
has be on the guest of friends, renew renewing
ing renewing acquaintances of her former home,
returned to Tampa this afternoon.
P.. Kyle, who was recently a
his old home in Gadsden,
Ala., wasup from Lake Weir yester yesterday
day yesterday for a few hours.'"
Mr. Troy Hall was in town today
from his turpentine still .near Wild Wild-wood.
wood. Wild-wood. ..
Members of the fourth, sixth and
eighth grades enjoyed a half-holiday
oday, which is ekrned only when
twenty stars are wori and to obtain a
star no member oft a grade can be
Dr. Harry Walters or Fort McCoy
was the guest of his parents. Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Walters last night.
a ifiort time in Jacksonville on a bus business
iness business and pleasure tHp combined.
The friends of Mr and Mrs.- A. N.
Goodwin will be delighted to hear fav favorable
orable favorable news from the bedside of Mrs.
Goodwin, who has &een sick for weeks
at their new home in Orlando. She is
at present at the hospital convalesc convalescing
ing convalescing from an operation performed on the
The Agathefidan Society held its
regular meeting Friday afternoon.
After the minutes of the preceding
meeting had been read and approved,
the following program was rendered:
Subject The Philippines.
Essay, Brief History of the Islands
vj 5liiam tamp.
Essay, Manila, the Capital of the
Philippines Rexie Todd.
Th Uplift of the Philip-
olo Sydney Harold.
Essay, The Islands, Their People and
Resources Nellie Beckham.
'.ssay, Aguinaldo George Davis.
Declamation, Beveridge's Speech
:he Philippines Welsh Dewey.
Piano solo Martha Kate Rentz.
Debate, Resolve 1. That the Philip-
Should be Given Their Independ Independ-Afflrmative,
Afflrmative, Independ-Afflrmative, Marie Hull, Mabel
jAkin; negative. Alfred Gr-en. Annie
' 1'auer Alfred MacKay.
j The judges. Gladys Martin. Anna
j Belle Allen and John Batts. decided in
favor of the negative. After the re re-j
j re-j ports of the critics, there being no fur fur-j
j fur-j titer business to come before the
house, the society adjourned to meet
'again May if. II' 12.
j S1TI HD THE LAST II Y
Of the human hair gooi's sale, by Misa
Evelyn of New York, at Ilaycraft &
t lf Cam. 's store. All goods at manu-
Our, former fellow citizen, Mr. C. P.
Mooo. now of St. Petersburg, wa?
Tr:e nortlihound A. C. I train, due
htre from Lec-burg at 6 o'clock, came
i in this morning on time, but did not
j leave till aftfer o'clock for Jackson-
viile. The engine broke down here
Un I anoh r 1 i a 1 to se secured to pull
Mr. W. W. ""!': tt went to Oainesville
toliy and from there will go to Cedar
Kevs to visit fri'-nds for a few days.
.Mr. Frank E. lirodnax, of Atlanta,
'supervisor of agencies for thfe South--j
em States Life Insurance Company, Is i
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city in X'nv interest of iis corn corn-He
He corn-He reports business in this sec sec-s
s sec-s extremely eticouraging. Mr. P.
ij.ling, the division agent of the
r.y. is makia- the rounds with
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! Mr. lir-lnax
j Harmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
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Sunday excursion to Osceola's last
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Adv. May .21.
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Clain Mc-Clain has on exhibition in the post post-office
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brought in from Mr. McClain's melon
patch last Monday.
Mr. Harry Bennett has terminated
his annual visit to his orange grove
here and returned to his Franklin, Ind.,
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For Putnam had feeen the enemy
now and his plane careened on its
beam ends as it wheeled towards
where the other was mounting with
tremendous leaps, darting through the
air as a fish darts through the water,
and up shot Putnam in pursuit
straight as an arrow flies. And the
Flying Man now seeming to be satis
fied with his altitude, hovered as a
king bird hovers over his enemy tha
crow, his body practically motionless,
his wings beating a light tattoo upon
the air as he awaited the ascent of
this new and strange foe. Swiftly
up toward him the machine arose in
a long, sweeping curve until but a
few hundred feef separated them and
a deeply intoned gasp came from the
multitude as the tragedy seemed about
to close before it had begun. And
then the unexpected happened. Clos Closing
ing Closing his wings as quickly as a woman
snaps her fan shut, the Flying Man
dropped in a black streak, while Put Putnam,
nam, Putnam, quick as a cat in pursuit of a
mouse, plunged after him in a dive
so reckless, so apparently beyond con control,
trol, control, that a shrill cry, quick and ex explosive,
plosive, explosive, burst from the multitude and
hundreds averted their faces that they
might not witness the sight all
thought must follow. But when hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of those below had already start started
ed started for the place where he would lie
at the end of the fall, he checked his
flight with incomparable skill and
went skimming along on a parallel,
once more in perfect poise. It was
an exhibition of nerve beyond any anything
thing anything they had ever seen attempted
by an aviator before, and a hoarse
roar of admiration burst from their
-throats as they pounded each other
upon thft back in a frenzy of delight.
As for tie Flying Man, he had mount mounted
ed mounted up again and was now coming
straight toward then with mighty
sweeps. Swiftly Putnam circled about
And now followed a chase such as
man had never seen before the sight
of a wingless man in a machine-driven
craft whistling through the air at
wild speed in pursuit of another man
upon whom Nature had bestowed a
power of flight beyond that of most of
her feathered things with death as
the loser's penalty. Their evolutions
became bewildering. Plainly the Fly Flying
ing Flying Man was trying the other out as
a boxer tests an unknown adversary
isfefore deciding upon his course of
battle. He mounted straight upward
as an arrow ad at a height of thou thousands
sands thousands of feet hung stationary with a
languid beating of his great wings. He
dropped as a nighthawk drops in his
hunting at duek, he leaped broad
spaces like a shooting star, he flew
upon his side as a swimmtr races,
he circled, he pirouetted in dizzy
whirls, soared like a condor, flapped
lazily. It was an exhibition of flying
Incomparable, and the concourse be below
low below grew cold with apprehension as it
mentally pictured the scene which
ijauwst follow when this wizard of the
air, tiring of his exhibition, would
bring it to a close. But Putnam, reck reckless
less reckless as ever and either not realizing
or not caring that he was hopelessly
outclassed, .Btuck to his quarry jvith
the tenacity of a bulldog. Almost any
other man would have descended and
awaited the arrival of reinforcements,
but with half a million dollars in
sight, a great crowd to watch him
and his reputation for fearlessness at
stake, the aviator followed every
movement af the black-winged one
with fierce determination. It was
catch or be caught, kill cr be killed,
and he had faced death at short range
too often to falter now. Steady as
an iron man, cool as ice despite his
rage, he maneuvered bis machine with
a skill and dash and disregard of con consequences
sequences consequences that proclaimed him the
most spectacular of his spectacular
profession, every move executed with
the accuracy of genius', every poise
the acme of skill. Three times his
revolver had leaped from its holster
as his foe offered a possible mark,
but each time the winged one, divin divining
ing divining his intent, dropped like a stone
and Putnam had released the unfired
weapon to devote himself once more
to the machine. He had begun at last
to realize that the chase was hopeless,
but his obstinacy was still unshaken.
"It has got to be you or I, my artful
dodger," he gritted between his set
teeth as he once more swung about
in pursuit after a futile whirlwind
dash. "It is you or I, and by Heav Heavens
ens Heavens one of us has got to take a tumble
this day." In the grimness of his de determination
termination determination to get a fair shot he
would have tried to fly to midocean
bad the other led him that way.
But now the tactics of the Flying
Man suddenly changed. Appearing to
have satisfied his mind that he could
toy with the other and harass him as
a matador does a bull, he led him once
more into a blind rush, darted lightning-like
aside, and holding his wings
outstretched to their fullest extent
and rigid as bars he came swooping
down upon the heads of the parked
multitude with almost the speed of
a direct fall. Down, down in a long,
sharp Incline as a wildfowl seeks the
surface of a lake, he came, head fore foremost,
most, foremost, his body nearly perpendicular,
his arms outstretched and his hands
clasped as a swimmer dive from a
great height, the whistle of his wines
shrilling ever sharper and sharper in
their ears. And before that majestic
dive those upon the ground surged
backward with the hoarse roar of a
panic, jamming each other against
the surrounding walls, striking at ran random,
dom, random, trampling each other unmerci unmercifully.,
fully., unmercifully., But when only a dozen feet
above their heads the descending one
flattened his pinions and with a cry
of such savagery that it set the hear hearers'
ers' hearers' teeth on edge, went skimming
like a meteor above thjem to the rush
of wrnd and vanfshed In the twinkling
of an eye over the buildings. Putnam,
dazzled by the unexpectedness and
swiftness of the other's plunge, circled
about rapidly as he sought to again
sight his vanished foe.
For perhaps a minute, a long min minute,
ute, minute, when men gazed silently into
each other's eyes in the stupefaction
of those who have just witnessed a
miracle, the flying one remained be beyond
yond beyond their ken while Putnam, the
whistle of his fan faintly audible in
the great hush, patrolled the sky im impatiently
patiently impatiently with hi3 teen eyes. Then
far above them in another quarter and
at least five hundred fet higher than
the aviator, the winged one again ap appeared
peared appeared and those below caught their
breath with a long sighing gasp in
the instinctive realization that the
comedy was finished and the grim
tragedy about to be performed. So
suddenly had he reappeared and so
considerable was his height that Put Putnam
nam Putnam did not locate him until a great
shout of warning arose to his ears.
He looked down, saw the direction of
their pointed fingers and shot an up upward
ward upward glance in response. The Flying
Man was hanging directly over him
like the shadow of death, and with a
quick twist of his wheel he circled
aside and began to ascend as one
mounts a spiral staircase. Up and up,
the propeller screaming, the guy wires
humming, the light body of the ma machine
chine machine vibrating beneath the power of
the motor, up he went straight into
the zenith, while holding his distance
almost to a foot the hovering one
pumped himself .skyward in steady
leaps. A mile two miles would they
never stop? Three miles! From the
ground the machine looked a toy, the
Flying Man with his thirty feet spread
of wings, a bat hovering over it but
a foot above his pursuer. Uncanny
horror ran through the crane necked
watchers at the very thought of the
awful altitude to which the demonic
creature from an alien world was lur luring
ing luring his prey before destroying him,
while fiftoen thousand feet up Putnam,
gray of face but steely of eye and
steady of arm, coaxed his machine
still higher with every caress his deft
hands had learned to minister. Could
he get but one fair shot at thi3 mock mocking
ing mocking devil all would be well yet and
the half million his alone, and even if
he could ram him and bring everything
,and everybody down together in an
unrecognizable mass of wreckage and
humanity he would in his last moment
of life make himself immortal, win the
prize for his widow and rid the earth
of this hateful monster. Quit! He
would follow him to the heart of the
But he got no chance to shoot. His
antagonist had learned to fear those
fire belching, things with which this
man was armed and appeared to un understand
derstand understand perfectly that so long as he
retained his present position of above
and slightly behind the other he was
in a region of comparative safety.
Keenly he watched the ascending ma machine
chine machine as it arose slowly and more
slowly in the rarefied air until another
thousand feet had been mounted, then
with the quickness of thought he ex executed
ecuted executed his plan. Dropping sheer until
he reached the level of the plane he
seized it with his powerful hands and
with one beat of his pinions tilted it
perilously. Tutnam, driven to the full
extent of his skill to keep from being
capsized, had no opportunity to shoot,
and the Flying Man, with another
mighty heave turned him fairly wrong wrong-side
side wrong-side up as one turns a turtle on a
beach. Down went the plane as a
wounded bird falls, Putnam clinging
to the frame and striving with almost
superhuman energy to right it as they
fell, but it was a task beyond human
capability and when he had fallen a
mile be became bewildered, missed a
hold nnd f41 Whirlinsr. spinning-.
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arms and legs outstretched, he dropped
ten thousand feet at horrific speed, his
upset machine with its propeller still
whirling shooting downward after him
in grotesque gyrations. The crash of
their fall upon the top of the buildings
was heard for a mile, while far in the
distance the sickened mob saw the
Flying Man soaring for the distant
peaks, swinging sportively from side
to side with the graceful movements
of a skater in a rink.
Once more the surcharged wires
reeked with the news of this unprece unprecedented
dented unprecedented battle three" miles above the
earth, and now the world received ii
very gravely indeed. The editors of
great dailies the world over discussed
it as the most momentous event of the
hour, more important than national
politics, the alliances of nations, the
mysterious absence of the czar or the
latest battle in Asia, Foreign cabinets
debated it periously behind closed
doors, and the president pf the United
States formally tendered Governor
McNeill the use of several regiments
of regular troops, a regiment of cav cavalry
alry cavalry and f?uch field ordnance as he
might deem of use. This tender, how however,
ever, however, McNeill courteously declined
upoa the grounds that he had men
enough, horses enough and firearms
pnough, and that all three were futile
enough that he must place his main
reliance upon the swarm pf aviators
now headed his way and arriving
singly and in small parties every day.
However, as a matter of precaution a
$nzen mortars capable of shooting up'
ward at ac'Jte angles were distributed
about the city and heavily loaded with
grape shot. And in order' that thre
might be enough money to divide
among a considerable number of avia
tors In case a large number of them
were In at the death tho reward was
increased to a million. And as though
in reply to this the Flying Man
promptjy issued 'another chajlenga
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