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OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 5, .1913
THE FURNITURE MEX
.J4 V iCri NiIINmUI
posing the bill
C'ailforula Allen I. and IJII1 Only
Awalt'w Governor' Signature to He Heroine
roine Heroine l,a Secretary llrjnn lleliirn
Sacramento, Cal.. May 4. The al'en
land ownership bill previously parsed
by the Senate, was passed by the as assembly
sembly assembly late Saturday night and awaits
only the .signature of the governor to
become a law. Three votes were cast
against, the measure in the lower house,
md two republicans op-
on the final passage.
The roll call was less than twenty-four
hours after the final passage of the act
in the Senate early Saturday morning.
defeated in his diplomatic efforts to
dissuade the California legislature
from enacting an alien land law affect affecting
ing affecting the Japanese, Secretary Hryan de declared
clared declared that he looked to the people of
the state to express a final judgment
through the referendum before the act
shall go into effect.
Mr. liryan's statement was made be before
fore before anopen Joint meeting of the Sen Senate
ate Senate and Assembly, immediately before
his departure for Washington..
Apparently the only contingency that
can arise to prevent the carrying out
of the bill's provision within approxi approximately
mately approximately ninety days is the threatened
referendum petition which would re require
quire require 20,000 signatures before the law
could be temporarily nullified, pending
an election. The matter could not be
submitted to the people until the fall
of 1914 a delay of .nineteen months
in ease the proposed referendum peti petition
tion petition gained enough signers.
Secretary Bryan concluded his mis mission
sion mission to the governor and' legislature of
California with a message of farewell
to an open joint session of the two
houses, attended by the governor. Hi
gave. renewed assurances of the friend friendly
ly friendly interests and cooperative attitude of
the national administration towards
the peculiar problems of California,
transmitting the president's latest
criticism of the alien land act.
Senator Gates, in replying to Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Bryan's speech to the joint assem assembly,
bly, assembly, just before the final vote was
"This legislature appreciates the
honor that has been done to this state
by a visit of the secretary of state. We
realize that his coming to cooperate
with us marks an era in American
politics. It brings the federal gov government
ernment government into close touch with the in individual
dividual individual states.
"On the part of the legislature I
wish to express our profound appre appreciation
ciation appreciation and gratitude for the interest
taken by the national government in a
problem confronting the state of Cal California
ifornia California and to assure the president
tnat, even if we may differ with him,
we -do it with the profoundest respect
for his opinions and those of the sec secretary
retary secretary of state. And if we feel im impelled
pelled impelled to depart from that advice we
do it with respect for that advice.
"I propose and desire onthe part of
this legislature to thank the president
and his secretary for their assistance
and I express the hope that this visit
may be a forerunner of further activ activity
ity activity by the national government in as assisting
sisting assisting the states in their work,"
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J.
CHENEY & Co., Toledo, 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
ally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces o the system,
thought it was wrong for a woman to
vote, inasmuch as God had given her
a special place in the world and she
should not leave that place for some
other one where she does not belong.
In her opinion it would be a calamity
to the country for women to get into
politics and she 1 against it both her herself
self herself and the organization she repre represents.
sents. represents. It was apparent from her statement
that the W. C. T. U. of Georgia does
not like the way some people have of
connecting the union with that of the
woman suffrage propaganda and they
do not like to leave any chance for this
kind of an idea to be accepted. The de desire
sire desire is to make it clear that they are
not for woman suffrage.
JAPANESE ASSOCIATION WIRES
THANKS TO PRESIDENT WILSON
San Francisco, May 4 George Shima,
president of the Japanese Association
of America, sent the following tele telegram
gram telegram last night to -President Wilson:
"We beg to express to you and thru
you to the American people our deep
feeling of gratitude for your interest
in and concern for the Japanese resi residents
dents residents in this country and for sending
your most esteemed secretary of state
to this state.
"We have all confidence and trust
that justice and humanity, which we
conceive to be the fundamental prin principles
ciples principles of the American nation, will be
ably upheld by your administration
and unbroken .friendship between our
native land and adopted country will
never be Questioned."
To the fourth National Peace Con-
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents in session at st Ijhiu PriiBnt
per bottle. Sold by alj druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills tor con
An elegant line or sawyers' manu manuscript
script manuscript covers, in any color that could
be desired, Just received at the Star
Shima sent the following telegram:
"The Japanese Association of Am-
emica sends its hearty greetings and
offers its sincere cooperation to your
congress, believing in the triumph of
peace and justice ever international
WONDERFUL. SKI'I SALVE
GEORGIA W. V. T. U. NOT
SEEKING WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE
Dublin, Ga., May 4. The W. C. T. U.
of Georgia is having nothing to do
with the agitation for woman suffrage
in the state, according to Mrs. I C.
Gilreath, state evangelist of the union,
who spoke here yesterday. During
her address she said that neither her
self personally nor the organization
are after the vote, and that most o( ibe
women are hot in favor of it.
Going further, she stated that she
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Philadelphia, May 4. A call for a
national Are prevention congress in
this city October 13 to 18 next has been
sent out by Powell Evans, chairman of
the Philadelphia fire prevention com commission.
mission. commission. The call was sent to the gov
ernors of all states, majors, state fire
marshals tid insurance commission
ers, trade bodies, insurance companies,
labor unions and factory officers. All
are asked to send delegates.
Twenty Thouwand March up New Vork'tt
MonI Prominent Thoroughfare, Ac Accompanied
companied Accompanied by HantU of Miihic Wit Wit-neMted
neMted Wit-neMted by 150,000 Spectators.
New York, May 4. The woman suf suffragist
fragist suffragist army marched up Fifth ave avenue
nue avenue Saturday afternoon 20,000 strong
to the music of "The Marseillaise,"
played by forty bands. In uniforms of
white, with yellow streamers, they
paraded in the heat of a mTdsummer
sun-from Washington Square to Fifty Fifty-ninth
ninth Fifty-ninth street. A force of yellow banners
appealed for "Votes for Women" to an
unbroken wall of spectators, estimated
Miss Inez Milholland, riding astride
a mettled charger, directly behind an
escort of mounted police, led the
marchers. Behind her walked eight
girls in blue with silken flags; after
them came two women in yellow with
the suffragette map and its nine "yel "yellow
low "yellow states," and then came the long
line of the rank and file, marching res resolutely,
olutely, resolutely, unsmilingly, "for the cause."
Women with snowwhite hair, child children
ren children not yet out of rompers, girls from
Sweden, women from New Zealand,
cowgirls from v Oklahoma,- newsboys
from the east, Wall street brokers
these and artisans of many trades and
callings marched in unbroken lines,
eight abreast, disbanding finally at the
Fifty-ninth street plaza to overflow
into two great mass meetings.
The Women's Political Union, thou thousands
sands thousands strong, broken into many de detachments,
tachments, detachments, Avas in the forefront of the
line. Their banners more 'many mo
toes: "More Ballots; Less Bullets";
"One .Sex Bears Arms; the Other Soldiers";-"Feace
and Persuasion"; "Get "Getting
ting "Getting There After Fighting Forty
Years"; "Pioneers Against the White
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Slave Traffle"; "Let the People Rule;
Women are People."
"Gen." Rosalie Jones and her little
band of pilgrims that blazed the suf
frage war from .New York to Wash Washington
ington Washington were clad in their marching
togs and heralded by a brass band" of
Boy Scouts. Then followed teachers,
students, sculptors, decorators, social
workers and musicians. When tbs. lat latter
ter latter came abreast the reviewing stand
they wheeled, a dark-haired j.yrl of 16
stepped from their ranks and blew on
her bugle a bar of stirring music.
Stopped bjr the manoeuvre the line be behind
hind behind marked time while the little
group sang "The Marseillaise,' amid a
thunder of applause.
FROM PEACE SOCIETI
ES!. Louis. May 4. Dr. Lyman Ab Abbott
bott Abbott of New York removed from the
list of vice pres'dents of the Amer American
ican American Peaca. Society here Saturday be because
cause because he signed the appeal of the
Navy League for large "naval appro appropriations.
priations. appropriations. Objection to the name of Dr. Abbott
among the list of vice presidents ivas
made by Charles E. P.eals of Chicago,
secretary of the Chicago Peace So Society.
ciety. Society. f
Five additional vice presidents were
elected and all the other officers were
reelected. The society now has more
than fifty vice presidents.
The annual meeting of the Ameri American
can American Peace Society was held here Sat Saturday
urday Saturday in coAneetion with the fourth
American Peace Congress, which held
its concluding session Saturday night.
A CHANGE. OF NAME
The Phi .Sterna College to llrrome the
Phi Sigma Female College
u ill be opened for the reception of
girls and young women on September
Uth, 1913. Daily session, 8:20 a. m. to
12:30 p. m.
We can take boys under 12 years of
age,- especially those of our former
If older boys whom we have In a
fine course of study wish to continue
with us, we will organize a special af afternoon
ternoon afternoon coaching class for boys from
2:30 till 5 p. m., under certain con conditions
ditions conditions of perfect deportment and ap application,
plication, application, whicii will In no way inter interfere
fere interfere with our Female College.
Degrees will be conferred upon our
graduates equal to the best female in institutions.
stitutions. institutions. The Phi Sigma shall be
everything that coujd be desired for
the higher education of young ladies.
GEORGIA WOMAX PRESENTS
I'NIQIE DEFENSE FOR HUSH AX D
Atlanta, May 4. "He would- never
have done it if his liver had not been
out of order." declared Mrs. J. T.
Thomas Saturday, in explaining why
her husband Is in jail charged with
cattle stealing. "He is not responsi responsible
ble responsible for his actions when his liver gets
out of order. It seems to effect him
that way,"- she said. In the meantime
Thumas is held in default of $2,000
of record in Marion county, provided, a
petition signed by the majority of the
registered voters of the county is pre presented
sented presented to the members of the legisla legislature
ture legislature from this county.
I know of no other local bills, except
bills to incorporate the towns of Mcin Mcintosh,
tosh, Mcintosh, and Summerfield, provided the
citizens of each place will present to
the members of the legislature a peti petition
tion petition signifying that incorporation of
the 'said towns Is desired by a substan substantial
tial substantial majority of the people Tesidlng in
the territory Intended to be Incorporat Incorporated.
ed. Incorporated. Notice Is further given that I shall
so far as possible comply with the con constitution
stitution constitution of the state relative to sixty
ays notice for local .bills, and that
any and all persons or citizens desir desiring
ing desiring to present to be for consideration
oeal legislation had best do so at a
very early date, in order that the re required
quired required notice may be given the pub public.
lic. public. Further, I would appreciate an ex expression
pression expression from all parties interested in
the above mentioned b'lls. either pub publicly
licly publicly through" the press, or privately
to me, all of which expressions I shall
duly weigh and shall then attempt to
serve the best interests of the major majority.
ity. majority. Respectfully,
Edwin Spencer, Jr.
Hritifek Minister at Mexican Capital
Delivers KIiik'm Letter to President
II uerta Spain Will le Xet
Mexico City. May" 4 President IJuer IJuer-ta
ta IJuer-ta was formally notified late Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon of the recognition of his
government by Great Britain. The
British minister, Frank W. Stronge,
with due ceremony, presented the
king's autograph letter, replying to
that of President lluerta. The min minister
ister minister expressed in the name of his gov government
ernment government good wishes for the welfare
of the Mexican government. In reply
the president expressed his apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation of Great Britain's attitude.
It is announced that a letter of re recognition
cognition recognition from King Alfonso of Spain
will be presented next week.
Complication la Eastern Wmr May
Necessitate Anntrlana aad Itallaaa
TaklBK Haad to Oaat
"Rome. May 4. No special agreements
exist between Austria and Italy re regarding"
garding" regarding" Albania. Both countries are
sincerely desirous that the union of
the powers be preserved in connection
with the Balkan trouble and are aim aiming
ing aiming only to insure the autonomy and
liberty of Albania. There have been
reports that Italy and Austria were
seeking either the partition of Albania
or its division into "two zones under
their respective Influence.
If the Montenegrins persist in refus-.
ing to evacuate Scutari, and the am ambassadorial
bassadorial ambassadorial conference is unable to find
a collective means for coercing Monte Montenegro,
negro, Montenegro, Austria will undertake to drive
them out. as Austr'a is the power most
DJavid Pasha continues to occupy
Avlona, where there has been much
disorder and bloodshed. Italy may be
obliged to take military measures to
re-establish order there. Preparations
are complete to dispatch a whole army
J corps at a moment's notice to Avlona,
although it. is believed a smaller con contingent
tingent contingent will be sufficient to carry u
Officials here entertain the hope that
military intervention will not be neces necessary.
CHAPTER XO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R, A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month, at 7:30 p. m,
a E. Connor, IL P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
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I ample accommodations on first floor
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and water and light b'lls. Address,
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Ocala, Fla. 4-28-6td
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Ocala Lodge fo. 19. Conventions
held eVery Monday a 7:30 p. m. at
Castle. Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S, Ad.
NEGRO'S MARRIAGE TO
Chicago, May 4. The marriage of
10-year-old Emma Hanson in NileSj
Mich., to George S. Thompson, a negro,
aged 44, was annulled in the circuit
court here today. Thompson is held in
jail and it is said will be charged with
violation of the Mann act. He testified
tody that the girl's parents had told
him she was 17 years old. This-marriage
brought out some acrid debate in
the national House of Representatives.
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! The Four Reels of Unusual Scenes
Make Hagenbeck-Wallace Picture
People and scenes that are unusual
are the kind that appeal to the public.
The managers are constantly looking
for new subjects.
Perhaps not a person in this vicinity
ever saw a man and elephant bathe to together,
gether, together, or a man battle with 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 j
the opportunity to see all of. the above,;
when' the remarkable pictures of the!
Hagenbeck-Wajlace Shows are exhibit-!
ed here for the first time. i
i-eopie, wno are regular patrons as
well as those who are not regular pat
rons of the picture theater, will be in
terested in this subject, as a circus is
the most popular amusement of the
There is much th.at i associated
with these big1 amusement aggrega aggregations,
tions, aggregations, that most of the public do not
know, but which they can learn and
understand from these pietures. These
pictures were taken while the monster
HgehbeckrWallace Shows was in ac action
tion action last summer, and they reveal
many secrets of the circus life.
. The four reels contain almost one
mile of intensely interesting film, and
they provide a profitable as well as
amusing entertainment, with the fur further
ther further satisfaction of being genuine and
original, entirely different tivm the
picture show entertainment,
" The exhibition of the Hagenbeck Hagenbeck-Wallace
Wallace Hagenbeck-Wallace Show picture will prove to be
the feature attraction in that line for
this season. They will be exhibited at
the Temple Monday and Tue?dav. mir miriness
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DR. L, F. BLALOGK
OFFICE OVER COMMERCIAL
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sHarmony Violet Glycerine Soap,
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: JOSEPH BELL
I Attorney at Law
I Office ;
I Second Floor, v I
jMunroe & Chambliss BIdg.
: Ocala, Fla. :
NOTICE OF LOCAL LEGISLATION
In compliance with the constitution
of the state of Florida,. I hereby give
notice that there will be introduced in
the next session of the legislature sev several
eral several local bills, as follows!
A bill to change the charter of the
city of Ocala In regard to extending
the city limits, and In regard t
abolishing the recorder's of3ce, -and
other changes in the city charter of
Ocala, giving the council wider scope
A bill to change the county line of
Marion county on the northern side of
the county, in and around Orange Lake.
A local game law. If a general game
law satisfactory to the people of this
county cannot be passed.
A local road law, embodying the
suggestions offered at a meeting of the
board of county commissioners held In
Ocala on January S, 1913, provided that
no general road law satisfactory to
the people of this county can be pass passed.
A bill establishing a criminal court
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I VHltB DESIGNS
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OCALA EVENING SIA11, MONDAY, MAY 5, 1913
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OCALA EVENING STAR
BIttlnger & Carroll, Proprietor
II. It. Carroll, General Manager
Port V. Leavencood, Ilusinea Manager
J. II. Hen jam In, Editor
Entered In 'the postoffice at
.Fla., as second class matter.
SMALLPOX AND VACCIXATIOX
A few weeks ago, Ocala had a bad
smallpox scare, In the course of which
about half the population was vacci vaccinated.
nated. vaccinated. -The scare is over now, and
few will think of smallpox or vaccina vaccination
tion vaccination until another fatal case of the
former emphasizes the necessity for
The following article Is approved of
by the state board of health, and it
contains much Imformation that all
people should have.
"Smallpox, like the poor, is with us
always in Florida, and this state is no
different in this respect from the other
forty-seven, excepting that in this pe
ninsula alone ttte state authorities
maintain control, or at least supervis supervision
ion supervision over the disease. In the other com
monwealths the authority to deal with
it is vested in county health officers. It
belongs to no section exclusively, and
It is no respector of seasons; summer
and winter are alike favorable to its
propogation and spread.
"It Is a disease that might be wiped
out if but it still flourishes although
medical science has provided a tried
and tested preventive, because a rather
popular prejudice, fanned by a some-
times Ignorant press, strangely enough
still refuse to accept the way of salva
"The attitude of the people of Flor
da varies toward vaccination. In some
sections it Is Indifference that helps the
snread f smallDOX. In others it Is a
positive, aggressive repelling of ways
and means provided to curb the disease
The admitted difficulty of diagnosis
and the failure to report suspicious
cases to the authorities do much to
keep it alive, but the opposition to vac vaccination
cination vaccination as a preventative in certain
communities often Is little short of
"It is a striking fact, however, that
the positive announcement of a well
defined case in the average rural and
small city community wipes out this
prejudice and the hurry call for help
from the state board of health, in the
form of vaccine points, becomes almost
pathetic. An occasional fatal case of
hemorrhagic smallpox causes a panic
until the particular community can be
Inoculated. And so it appears that in
a majority of instances the loudly pro proclaimed
claimed proclaimed opposition is born of prejudice
based upon Ignorance of established
historical facts In medical science.
"Quarantine is believed popularly to
be an efficient protection for the public
aga!nt the disease. But constantly
recurring instances of the uselessness
might shake popular faith If they
could be published generally. The vic victim
tim victim of the disease is a menace to all
non Immunes from the t'me the erup erup-,
, erup-, tlon makes its first appearance until
the last vestige of it has vanished.
Bearing that fact in mind, as well as
the further fact that this eruption In
its earlier stages has a marked resem resemblance
blance resemblance to that of chlckenpox, to the
extent than an Immediate diagnosis of
the disease as eenuine smallpox is
often the cause of the most learned
physicians, it is well to ponder over a
few instances of recent occurrence In
"A well dressed and Intelligent gen gentleman
tleman gentleman walked into the office of the
state board of health In Jacksonville
not many weeks ago. An eruption cov
ered his face and neck. "Doctor what
is the matter with me? I have just
arrived from the north on the Semi
nole Limited after a journey of three
davs and I don't feel very well." It
was smallpox and he Ignorantly had
exposed to th Infection a tralnload of
nasseneers in the crowded Pullman
"A railroad conductor on a much
traveled route In this state, went over
his regular run for four days, his face
covered with an eruption. He was
taken from the train with a genuine
case of smallpox, having exposed four
or five hundred persons in his train. He
was entirely innocent of Intended harm,
but it might have been avoided if he
had been vaccinated.
"An epidemic of something the peo people
ple people called It chlckenpox, and therefore,
thought it wasn't worth while to call
in the doctor prevailed at Eustls for
s'x weeks during the past season. But
after a while a patient became very ill.
The family sent for a doctor and then
It was discovered that the disease had
been smallpox all the time. No one
had been quarantined, unknown hun hundreds
dreds hundreds had been exposed and the disease
had been scattered far and wide.
"At Talmetto twenty-one cases de developed
veloped developed before ajiy of them were re reported
ported reported to the physicians of the health
authorities. Similar occurrences are not
Tare. They might be quoted almost In
definitely from the records of the
state health authorities.
"Quarantine loses its efficiency thru
failure to Tenort cases known to be
smallpox, and through Ilka failure on
account of Ignorance of the nature of
the disease. Many instances are on re
cord in Florida where the disease has
been concealed In order to avoid quar
antine. Such action is a misdemeanor
under the laws of the state. It is the
duty of the states' attorneys to prose
cute upon Information, but who i3 go
- ing to inform them and produce relia
. ble witnesses? Certainly not the friends
of the natltnt. who would be most
anxious to protect him.ajid themselves
Failure to report euch cases through
icnorance of real conditions are not
punishable, but they are none the less
"What Is quarantine? Under the
regulations of the state board of
health, a patient is under quarantine
when the house or building in which he
Is located, has been placarded to warn
the public and he has been forbidden
to leave it and mingle with the pub
lie But what is to prevent his viola
tlon of such orders? Evidently only an
armed guard If such guard orders the
patient to return and he refuses, what
further recourse has the guard? Only
to shoot, and under the law he would
be justified only by the defense that it
was necessary In order to protect hu human
man human life That such a condition did
actually exist must be proven In order
to clear the prisoner of the charge,
possibly of murder. The state board
of health abandoned the guard system
"It appears from every viewpoint
that quarantine is but a feeble and un uncertain
certain uncertain weapon for the .protection of
public health against 'this particular
disease. Without the active coopera cooperation
tion cooperation of every individual citizen with
the health authorities it Is practically
"There remains but one weapon in
the fight against smallpox, and for-;
tunately it Is reliable and never-f ail ail-lug;
lug; ail-lug; it Is the prevention rather than
the cure by vaccination. So long as j
popular prejudice" resists, so long the
people of Florida are Inviting this
loathsome pestilence Into their homes.
And, fortunately again, it is possible
that the individual may protect him himself
self himself regaidless of the popular disre disregard
gard disregard that may prevail about him. It
i3 a matter of individual responsibil responsibility.
ity. responsibility. "An officer of the tate board of
health was asked recently if he would
approve of a state law making vacci vaccination
nation vaccination compulsory. He replied: 'I ap approve
prove approve of vaccination, and baptism, but
I don't see how you can make either of
"Seventeen hundred and thirteen
cases of smallpox in the state were re reported
ported reported to the state board of health in
1912. Nine hundred and sixty-eight of
them occurred in the first three months
of the year. November alone brought
no report of new cases. Jackson coun county
ty county was the home place of 455 cases and
Duval county of 308. The records of
1913 show a large reduction in the
number, as compared with correspond corresponding
ing corresponding months of last year."
TIIK STAR WAXTS
The Star has a very good staff of
.correspondents, but It hasn't half as
many as it wants. In additfon to those
it has, It desires to secure correspond
ents at the following Marlon county
Irvine, -. 'k ?
At most of these places, the Star has
never had correspondents; at some of
them it has, and to all who have
lapsed, this is an invitation to take up
the work again. There is nothing that
makes a county paper so acceptable to
Its readers as country correspondents,
and both the Star and their neighbors
will appreciate the work of the public public-spirited
spirited public-spirited writers who engage to send In
the news of their communities.
The Star had correspondents at Cal Calvary,
vary, Calvary, Dallas, Fairfield and Cltra, but
they have not sent in any news lately.
This is a gentle jog to their memories.
The Star thanks the bright and public-spirited
gentlemen and ladles who
are now helping it to be interesting,
and hopes their number will soon be
largely added to.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
uruer oi jaa a enows, meets every
Tuesday evening, at 7:30 o'clock In
Yonge's Hall. Fort King ave. Visit
ors in the city Invited to be with us.
L. F. Ballard, N. G.
W. L Colburt. Secretary. Ad.
C'ireti Feature, Pathe Weekly, Mutt
and Jeff Temple Tonight
At last' the big night is here the
night of lemonade and peanuts circus
night. Get your peanuts and lemon lemonade
ade lemonade befo you enter, for it will be on
sale; then walk uo to the ticket wag wagon,
on, wagon, get your ticket and prepare for a
great treat, Hagenbeck and Wallace
Circus, which everybody knows was
the greatest on earth. The feature in
four reels is the same, good photo photography,
graphy, photography, new film, interesting from
start to finish. Seven hundred people,
210 wild beasts, 14 elephants, acrobats,
clowns and all that goes to make up a
grand circus entertainment. We got
this feature from Montgomery, a guar guarantee
antee guarantee of it3 worth. Link the names
Montgomery and Hagenbeck together
and see if you can beat the combina combination.
tion. combination. Pathe Weekly. including Mutt
and Jeff, will also be shown, and a
side-splitting comedy. "It Wasn't Pois Poison
on Poison After All." Prices, 5-10 at the mat matinee;
inee; matinee; 10-15 at night. Come early folks,
as we have only 800 seats.
nt ;olvln In Oliver Tvtt, a Five
Heel Feature and Cah Prize,
Tonight at the Ideal will be seen the
world's greatest actor, Mr. Nat C.
Goodwin as Fagin in Charles Dickens
masterpiece, Oliver Twist, supported
by an all-star cast wh'ch appeared at
the New Amsterdam Theater in New
York. This feature is in Ave reels and
the entire 5000 feet will be" shown In
five parts at each performance. This
feature will also be shown Tuesday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon and night and the price is only
FIVE and TEN cents.
The usual cash prize will also be
given away at each night performance
at the Ideal.
'OLIVER TWIST! AT THE IDEAL
Dickens' Picture With Goodwin a
Fagan to be Presented to an
The PMJadelphia Inquirer has the
following to say of the recent presen presentation
tation presentation of this fam.ous masterpiece in
th "movies" with Nat C, Goodwin in
that city: Remarkably dramtic and
telling its the motion picture play of
Pickens' novel. "Oliver Twist," which
was seen at the Lyric Theater last
evening with Nat C. Goodwin as the
sinister Fagan. The production is
noteworthy for its completeness and
highly important incidents such as thfi
magisterial viciousness of Justice
Fang and the death of Agnes are film filmed
ed filmed with resultant clearness as to plot.
The atmosphere of low brutality and
petty criminality is also admirably
conveyed, and the characters are, for
the most part, enacted picturesquely
nd in such a manner as to make them
stand uut vividly. One trouble, how however,
ever, however, seems to be that there are not
sufficient interc ripts, or explanatory
notes, between the scenes. "Oliver
Twist" has a very complicated plot,
and there are points which do not get
across the footi'ghts, so to speak. Mr.
Goodwin's impersonation of the fawn
ing old vampire is a superb and con
gruous piece of acting; but others in
the case fall often into the common
error of talking too much and panto
miming in the best and most modern
sense of the word) too little. The tech technical
nical technical requirements of the motion pic picture
ture picture art are generally observed, and
the photography is throughout beautl
ful and clear. The lecture which pre
cedes the play is interesting to Dick
ensonians, but a trifle too exhaustive
for the average spectator, it is feared.
Fair tonight and Tuesday.
"HAGKMiKfh'.WALLAt E IIIICI'V
FOUR REEL FEATURE, TEMPLE TO TONIGHT;
NIGHT; TONIGHT; TOMORROW, MATINEE AND
WOO DM EX OF THE WORLD
Camp Net. It. Woodmen of
will holj its next regular
1rv .--vf-mriir. :;iv Din. at.
Yonge's Hall. Every member '-: urgel
to be present. Visitors always wel welcome.
come. welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
C. K. Page, Clerk. Ad.
.NOTICE OF ANIMVLS IMPOUNDED
To Whom It May Concern: This is to
certify that I have this day placed in
the- city pound the following tit-scribed
animals which have been found run running
ning running at large within the corporate
limits of the city of Ocala, contrary to ',
the ordinances of said city: One yellow (
The success of a bank depends upon its ability to meet the requirements
of the public. lMnust 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 he record upon which we stand.
unroe & Chambliss Bank
ball yearling marked swallow fork and
und.rniek in each tar, had bell on:
black fou- pig, with four white feet,
unmarked. Tho owners thereof, or
their agents, and all whom it may con concern,
cern, concern, are hereby notified that if the an animals
imals animals are not claimed and all expenses
of taking and impounding thereof -are
not raid w'thin three days from date
hereof, to-wlt: On the TtU day of May,
1013, I will sell the same to the high highest
est highest and ls.--t bidder, said sa'e to take
place between the hours of 11 a. m. and
3 p. m. on said day at the city pound
in Ocala. Florida. 11. U Carter,
May 3. 1913. Marshal City of Ocala.
PATIIE WEEKLY, MUTT AND JEFF
AT TEMPLE ToVMiHT.
J. F. JENKINS,
G. K. WILLIAMS,
E. M. WILLIAMS.
General Building Contractors
303 Osceola Street, Ocala, Fla. PHONE 389. Block Northeast of Postoffice
TIIK VERY BEST OP EVERYTHING IX BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
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, Hoofing, Seuer Pipe, Plumbing and Steam Fitting Supplies and
Building Brick, Both Common and Pressed.
FREE TUBERCULOSIS CAMP,
" 'J.! VT T--, SI
MARIOX-DUNX 3IASO'IC LODGE
.Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A-
M. meets on the first and third Thurs
day evening s of each month at 7:30
o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge No. 699, Loyal Or
der of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock in the Gary build
ing, third floor. V'sitlng brothers are
invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary. Ad.
WOODMAIl RESIDENCE FOR REXT
My home at Woodmar on Lake Weir,
is for rent for the months of June, July
and August, completely furnished. Ap
ply to J. G. Lege, Eastlake, Fla. 4-16-tf
"IIAGE A HECK-WALLACE CIRCUS"
POUR REEL FEATURE, TEMPLE TO
Mlilll) TOMORROW, MATINEE AXD
E. C. SMITH
Rear of Marcus Frank's
Day Phone 10
n'Igfat Pfaoae 94
DR. D. M. B0NEY
.".O CLOW.N, 21 WILD REASTS, TOO
PERFORMERS, TEMPLE TONIGHT.
OF TIUINS AT OCALA
The following schedule is not paid
for, but is printed for the Information
of the public. The railroads are re
quested to send in corrections when
SEABOARD AIR LINE
1 1:35 a.m
10 (Limited. .4:23
The limited leaves Jacksonville at
11:30 a. m, and arrives in Tampa at 6
p. in." 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, WUdwood, Ocala, Starke
and St. Petersburg
.2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
Southbound Jax. and Leesburjt?
No. 9 8:45 p.m. JS:46 p.m.
Southbound Oenla and Lakeland
No. 35 (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 Leesburs 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 IIomonasMa
Leave No. 43 8:20
Leave No. 47 2:25
Arrive No. ii 12:50
Arrive No. 48 6:00
Ly. for Palatka.. 7:30 a.m. i:25 p.m.
Sunday trains ,. 8:00 a.m. 1:25 p.m.
Ar. from Palatka. 10:40 a.m. 5:10 p.m.
A Free Tuberculosis Camp ;i White
City of Tents. ha. in-en opened at CHf
Dale Springs. Iliclimoiul. Ir,'j,uia, to
demonstrate to lh;' worM the voiiier voiiier-ful
ful voiiier-ful value ill Hie i.ow discovery for
tuberculosis aud at 11 throat and lung
diseases, of Dr. Joshua Emmons, the
This discovery marks the beginning
of such a ecuiplete revolution in the
treatment of tuberculosis that its very
magnitude is overwhelming. Over
eight hundred people have been treat treated
ed treated with wonderful results. People who
had tried climatic changes in vain have
been promptly and completely cured.
Some who had to be propped up in bed
to get their breath are now well, show showing
ing showing that, even ia advanced cases, peo people
ple people can be quickly cured. This new
discovery is surely a blessing to hu humanity,
manity, humanity, as thousands now suffering
may be brought back to health.
If persons who are unable to taki
treatments at this free camp will write
to Louis Martin Emmons, Cliff DrUe
Camp, Richmond, Indiana, arrange arrangements
ments arrangements will be made to send them tills
wonderful remedy, to be used at their
homes. As only a limited number of
these treatments can be sent to each
state at the present time, it would be
advisable to write to Mr. Emmons a
once in regard to same.
WHITE 1ST AIR LIME,
TRANSFER AXD FIREPROOF STORAGE
. COLLIER BROS., Proprietors,
- fWt W mm
teams ior Ligui J ve ceii
and Heavy Hauling.
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
Red, Buff, Gray and
Large Stock, Prompt Shipment
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
OCAIA M)DGF. YO. 26. II. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 266, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. Vis'tlng brethren always
welcome. Chas. W, Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
F-ET' T""",'T "- '""v -'.- T- I,... i u
i -'' V-v- t-j .-.x.-- N
Wlmipm see J.. :
I W H S f L2 V-, i.J'VS
v- v- v v-
:rS "O, Uteres y
A building is just as substantial as the material
in it. No more If then you are going to build, put.
the best lumber and building materials into it. Come
to us and we will give you the benefit of our long ex experience
perience experience in this business. What we will sell you
will be right in quality and in price you can rely
IMffi YUM 0 WW PAfflF
You can make, or have your painter make, seven (7) gallons of
PURE IEAD, ZINC and UNSEED OIL PAINT, by adding 3 gallons
LINSEED OIL at the price of LINSEED OIL, to 4 gallons of L. & M.
SEMI-MIXED REAL PAINT.
The 3 gallons of Oil Cost about.. .... 1.9?
THe 4 gallons of L.&MJ Paint cost about 8.0Q
The 7 gallons of paint will then cost.. $""3153
THIS WILL BE ABOUT $1,42 PER GALLON
If you only need a few gallons of paint, then buy 3 quarts
of Oil to add to each gallon of L. & M. Semi-Mixed Paint.
YOU SAVE ABOUT 60 CENTS A GALLON
Money Saved Everytime You Buy
EST SEED PRICE
And for the Best TESTED Seed tog
CHUFAS, SORGHUM, MILLET. COW PEAS, SO JA BEANS
Write for Special Introductory and Catalogue.
Florida Seed and Floral Company,
GEO. E. EVANS, Proprietor
201 East Bay Street, - - Jacksonville. Fla.
I'ATIIK WEEK LY, 3IITT AXD JKF'F j
VP TEMI'LE TONIGHT. Adv. i
Now is the time to get rid of your
rheumatism. You can do it by apply-
ng Chamberlain's Liniment and mas- ;
waging the parts freely at eaca ap
plicatjpn For sale by all dealers.--
BARGAIN IN SAWMILL
We have on hand a slightly used complete Saw Mill
which is capable of cutting 15 to 70 thousand feet per day.
Will sell at a bargain. We have all kinks of Machinery
To Cure a n One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Cuinin. It stops the
Cough and Headache and works off the Cold.
Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. ;
V, GROVE S signature on each box. 25c.
DRAY FOR GETER.IL DELIVERY
'LET PLOOF SHOW THE PROOF"
Optometry Office and Laboratory
9 to 12 a. m.. 1:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2-6 Gary Building, ocai. xa,
Mr. A. S. Burgess tias gone Into tlie Til fV If. f ni Hfir SUI A niJIllCnV nHRJinAMV
transfer and delivery business. He Hf n T r! Ill IT il i f4 1 1 fl I i f T l.ll V TUIVI I
j m i i i m iii mmm aaoivwa i a a r s b mm m m w w mi
ful mules, with competent men to
manage them, and will haul and deliver
your goods with promptness and good
care. Call phone 470. Ad.
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i "i ii n r; h
1 XT C ik Kff T w i- r
MY HOPI TREATMENT
770-774 W. Bay "St." Phone, Local and Long Distance
Every Suffering Woman should take advantage of thi
most liberal offer at once. Why delay and suffer longer?
Don't Bare Your Secret
Send me your name ana address at once and let me
send you a trial treatment of My Home Treatment
ABSOLUTELY FREE. You can treat yourself in the pri privacy
vacy privacy of your own home and become a strong, healthy and
happy woman. DON'T SUBMIT TO AN OPERATION
Writs me first.
Women broken in health and spirit, and on the verge of
complete collapse have placed themselves under my treat treatment,
ment, treatment, and become completely cured. I have hundred of
testimonials praising my valuable remedies.
Regain Your Health
If yon suffer from Leucorrhoea, (tthites). Displacement r
f allinc af the Womb. Ovarian Troubles. Ulceration. Inflammation.
Laceration. Tumors; Painful Periods. Bearing Down Pains. Ker Ker-vaasfles.
vaasfles. Ker-vaasfles. Melancholia, Hot Flashes, f tc, you eve it to yourself
and family to try MV HOME TkEATMENT at once. If you neglect
this opfortuoity your condition will crow steadily wors and t-oh
are sure it AtcifS-t pi oat-Kuni anq roiseram unman vrrcic. ;
. Lone years of practical epFrienr th diseases peculiar fo women makes my adie
valuable. I will ei.-ily send you FKKE- Ofc COST my iaeiicsl Book. It's a blesinr to suf suf-ferine
ferine suf-ferine women wrue for it today, and also for a FkEL sQ(e cf My Home Treatment,
MRS;vLILA G. HUSTED, Chattanooga, Term.
I was a sufferer for
years, and know how
to sympathize with
women. I want to have
a heart to heart talk
with you at once, so
write me personally of
your ailments in strict strictest
est strictest confidence. ;
Jf r. 1- CL Hosted.
OCALA EVEXIXG STAR, MONDAY, 5, 1013
tBHrfTig Biiiiiwwiiiii miii n ii niiimni a i'n Tn ii nmwrtwpnmrr
a 1 fill I
Jq gjlfegfOlf &JLeCmIi fC0nt
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 he 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 cn 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
Years Kou fffll&i
YOU MUST PAINT THE NEW HOUSE: YOU OUGHT TO
PAINT THE OLD ONE. IT PAYS-BECAUSE IT SAVES THE
HOUSE. YOU'LL ENJOY HOME MORE IF YOUR HOUSE
IS NEWLY. BRIGHTLY PAINTEDSO WILL YOUR WIFE
WHAT'S THE USE OF LIVING UNLESS YOU LIVE?
OUR PAINTS "STICK" AND HOLD THEIR COLORS.
rioi larlware Co..
Oca la, fflprida.
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.
I I if 1
Call at (he Lot, you will find some Stock to suit yon,
if it is one or dozen head you need, I have them.
H. J. NIH0L:
LIVE STOCK DEALER
Sales Barn and Lot, on
three blocks west. of the
m niiiiii mm
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
Easter lilies for sale. Phone 379. Ad.
Clocks of all kinds and as all price3,
A. E. Burnett. Adv.
Miss Alice Bruton's frit-nis will be
glad to know she is much better today.
Mr. J. M. Liddell represented .Santos
in the city Monday.
r.O CLOWNS, 21 WILD I1KASTS, TOO
rKItFORMEKS TEMPLE TOMdHT.
CoL Edwin Spencer came up from
to attend to profes-
Sheriff Galloway was enjoined from
selling property of the Mc-Ghee Lum Lumber
ber Lumber Company today as advertised.
PATIIE WEEKLY, MITT AD JEKP
AT TEMPLE TONIGHT. Adv.
Harry, the little two year old son of
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Cierkson, contin continues
ues continues quite ill.
Pickard's fine hand-painted china at
Burnett, the jeweler's. Ad.
1 1 A G K M J E C K W ALL A ( E C I It C V S"
FOLK ItEEIi FEITI HK, TEMPLE TO TONIGHT;
NIGHT; TONIGHT; TOMOKKOW, MATINEE AMI
The management of the Ooala base baseball
ball baseball team sincerely thanks Mr. Green
for his benefit of Thursday night, from
which a snug: little sum was realized
for the use of the boys.
baseball club Temple
Mr. Mabry Sumner has accepted a
P"'tion with the J. O. Dekel grocery
c .cern on North Magnolia .street.
Tax Collector Colbert is just begin begin-nini?
nini? begin-nini? to "take on" the usual office hold holder's
er's holder's appearance. lie has grained twen twenty
ty twenty pounds weight within the past few
Season's latest styles and ladies' and
; misses' ready to wear dresss at Rhein-
Dr. L. Montgomery and wife, and j
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Turner of Mican- ;
opy, came to Ocala yesterday in the j Messrs. J. P. Galloway, Joseph Bell
doctor's automobile and spent part of .and Henry Livingston started out Sat Sat-the
the Sat-the day at JthaflcaJAJJouse. j urday evening with petitions to the
Miss Ruth Ervine returned Sunday;
from a visit of several weeks with herJinsston alone securing sixty signatur-
' sister who is attending Brenau College,
at Gainesville, Ga. She has also been;eer. turkey, quail and cat squirrels
visiting friends jn Atlanta, where she I protected in season, a man always be-
ttended the musical festival last week.L-'ng
Shoe polish or every description can
be found at the Court Pharmacy. If it
is shoe polish, they have it. Adv.
oO CLOWNS, Sill WILD HEISTS, TOO
PEHFOKMEItS, TEMPLE TONIGHT.
Tbe only place in Ocala at which
men' collarn of pure linen pan be pur purchased
chased purchased at two for 25 cent Im E. G. Riv Riven
en Riven fc Company's haberdashery. See
the latest Ktyle in tbe window. 5 2 3t
Clerk Wilbur Cleveland says busi business
ness business is good at the Ocala House, and
besides the regular quota of traveling
men there are now in the house forty
commission men and ten shoe drum drummers.
mers. drummers. "II AGEN'HEC K-WA L LA CE CIRC IS"
FOUR REEL FEAT I HE, TEMPLE TO TONIGHT;
NIGHT; TONIGHT; TOMORROW, MATINEE VXD
Nunnally's candies, always fresh,
sent every few days by express to the
Postoffice Drugstore. -Vd
cottage for rent, electric
or city water. $5 per
South Orange street.5 5 6t
Mr. J. L. Houle of Sarasota, 'city
clerk of that town, was in the city yes
terday and today, the guest of his for former
mer former fellow townsman, R. S. Rogers.
Ten years ago. Mr. Rogers and Mr.
Houle were friends in Chicago.
COOK WANTED Go to Tampa.
Room furnished. Best wages. German
or colored. Cook and general house-:
work. Small family. Apply Saturday
or Monday to Mr. J. B. Ley, 99 Fort
King avenue. 4-3i-3t
Mr. W. W. Hampton, one of Gaines Gainesville's
ville's Gainesville's prominent attorneys, is in the.
vity .pleading 3. case before Judge Bul
lock in chambers. Mrs. Hampton and
Mrs. J. H. Groover accompanied Mr.
Hampton to the city and are register registered
ed registered at tbe Harrington.
PATIIE WEEKLY, MUTT AND JEFF
AT TEMPLE TONIGHT. Adv.
CONCORDIA LODGE V. V. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
month Geo. L.' Taylor, F. ir:
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.
Position wanted by a women willing
to do anvJtHTd"oT hdu"s"ework -ox. other
wgrk""" Apply to phone No. 121. """n
-Mr. Wiison,the lie- teller at the
Munroe & Cliambliss Bank, and wife
have rented fly. RjAldams' eozy little
cottage n t!5e fcecord ward and wki
Uceep house there dwring the summer
Melba lace preparations are new ar arrivals
rivals arrivals at the Court Pharmacy. Just
look around on entering' tbe "store au j
yog will see them Ady.
My house, N. 229 Fort King avenue,
will be for rent after June 1st. Mrs.
At the field day track meet hell re recently
cently recently at Salem College, Winston-
Salem, N. C, Miss Rubie Ray wvu the
hurdle rac? in .the fast time of 13 2-
seconds. MLss Bubie is the talented
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Waiter R-'.;:
of Martel. 1
r t MWX. 2 WILD HEARTS,
PKRFOIOIKHS TEMPLE TOMC.I1T.
Mr. M. Curtis Wt yesterday for
Orlando, where he began this morning
the duties of his pew position wifb, the
People's National Bank of thit city.
Mr. Curtis leive many frienls here
whom he will visit as often yrs oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity presents.
. PATHK WF.EKLV, MI TT AM) JEFF
AT TEMPJ.E TO IGHT. Adv.
Solid and filled chains, thevbest for
tbe money, and guaranteed aa repre represented.
sented. represented. A. E. Burnett. Ad. -'
50 CLOWXS, 210 WILD BEASTS, 700
PERFORMERS, TEMPLE TOXIGHT.
Mtt. GLASS HAS
c Kev. mes t. Glass, who was some-,
week 4t tendered the rectorship of
Grace ITpTscopal church, hasaccepted
the calL'The" vestfyaien were notified
6f .:ir,---CJlass acceptance on Sunday. He
will take up the work at once and will
preach here regularly until the middle
of June, when he goes to the Univer University
sity University of th South at Sewannee. Tenn.,
of which institution -he Is secretary.
After complet'ng his work at Se wan wan-nee
nee wan-nee he will return for two monthar
after which he will take a two months'
vacation. During his vacation he will
be in attendance at the general confer conference
ence conference to be held in New York City In
October. This conference meets once
every three years, and Mr. Glass is
south secretary of the organization.
Rev. Mr. Glass some weeks' ago sent his
resignation to his former charge in
Anniston, Ala. which was only accept accepted
ed accepted a few days ago. and upon being no no-tined
tined no-tined of this action he immediately de decided
cided decided to accept the call of the Ocala
church. Mr. Glass' family, consisting
of a wife and two Children, will not
come to. Ocala until he returns perma permanently
nently permanently in the fall.
W ALK I P TO THE TICKET WAGON'
Whether you see the. Hagenbaeh Hagenbaeh-Wallace
Wallace Hagenbaeh-Wallace picture show at the Temple or
not you should, the entrance to the
theater alone is well worth looking
at and a good index to the show inside.
Mr. Franklin, Mr. Green and Mr.
Bennett have fixed the entry so it
looks like the front entrance to a cir circus
cus circus tent. Banners and signs are drap draped
ed draped around the ticket window so artis artistically
tically artistically that nobody is surprised to see
it labeled "ticket wagon." The floor
of the vestibule is covered half an inch
deep with new sawdust, the piny
smell of which is a temptation.
The pictures displayed in front
would by themselves have made a cir circus
cus circus to the small boy a generation ago,
and it tickles the oldtimers to think
how much they can give their kids for
Mr. Charles Franklin, the agent has
traveled .with the original show for
many years, and carries many scars
the result of too close proximity to ir irritated
ritated irritated animals. He can be trusted to
make the show a genuine circus to be
seen at less cost and more convenience.
To add to the realism, peanuts and
lemonade will be peddled in the lobby
daring the performances.
NEW GAME LAW EEDEI).
legislature to cnange me present game
law. They had much success; Mr.Liv
Vs in about three hours. They want
allowed to shoot squirrels on his
own premises when necessary to pro-
RECORDER'S COURT NETTED f4
(Jut cf the seven cases docketed for
trial at the recorder's court this morn morning
ing morning only three were present to respond
to roll call.
Bonds were estreated in two cases
against an out of town auto driver.
One was for disorderly conduct and the
other excessive speeding of an automo automobile,
bile, automobile, f 1 0 each. Two $5 bonds were for forfeited
feited forfeited in. cases charging bicycle riding
without the regulation lights. A col colored
ored colored man was docketed for disorderly
conduct and also forfeited ?5 appear appearance
ance appearance bond. One hackman was fined $3
and costs for reckless dri.ing, while
two others were assessed ?3 and costs
each for leaving their teams unhitched-
Mrs. yB. W. Blancling and child and
Mrs. Blanding's sister. Miss Frances
Hale, were in town today from Juliette,
the former's home. Miss, Hale left for
Orange Lake on the afternoon train,
to visit friends for a few days.
Mr. H. Ii. Smith, a popular shoe
drummer from Lynchburg, Va., and
well known to our local merchants, is
in the city on business for his house.
, Mr. CharlesRheinauer has leased for
the summer the large and commodious
home of Capt. R. "S. Johnstone on North,
Lake Weir. The latter will move to
his cottage- on the immediate lake
front in the old Chatauo.ua grove.
Mr. B. F. Condon drove to Gaines
ville yesterday to look for a stolen
bicycle and the thief. He was suc successful
cessful successful in finding the wheel, which had
changed hands three times within the
week, but the man had left for p.aHs
Mr. B. Goldman is proud of his repu reputation
tation reputation as headquarters for trunk jnj
suit cases. During the theatrical sea
son just closed he furnished several of
the largest troupes 'with a great deal
of their traveling apparatus. Several
days ago he shipped a number of cases
and trunks to the Park Dramatic Com
pany, which is now filling a month's
engagement in Jacksonville. He says
his slogan, "Why Pay MoreV is' bound,
to have its effect on anyone who Iia a.
tendency to iconom;
Tins pretty little yacht City of Ocala,
made her second trip yesterday under
the Carmichael management and it
was a grand excursion all around. A
more genia bust than Ed Carmichael
would bi hard to find .and bj' hearty
laugh would- make you "forget the
worst case of blues. Promptly at 9 a,
m. the City of Ocala left her dock, an
ideal day, a nice cool breeze stirring,
and a aF3a party on board. An ex-
-eltent fish dinner was served at Os
ceola's last battleground, and. fh,9U tarne
the trip homey 1 Kveyy"cK'4y en board
expressed desire to make the trip
&.gMn Uxt Sunday and the writer ad
vises every person in Ocala to. tak hia
.Sunday trip just onlrp, for i inde indescribable
scribable indescribable and vio eail foe a repetition.
Thiir wuo enjoyed It yesterday were
Miss Cohen, Miss Mulhall. Mr. and Mrs.
Ganis, Mr. Charles Franklin, Mr. and
Mrs. C Greeu, Mrs. Brower, Miss
Lorayne Kemp, Mrs. H. IT.' Kemp, M.r;
11. J. If. Kr-mp. Mr. H. H. K&mp, MlfcS
Layton, Mrs. Thompsvw, Miss Wilson,
Miss Gv.nUu, Miss Williams, Mrs..
Williams, Mrs. Bower, Jim Eugeus.
ll Saturday the annuaT ydcnic and
ir-h fry was hebl at Eureka and a large
crowd was there to make the time pass
away pleasantly. Several, cars went
from ocala. Orange Springs, Fort Mc McCoy.
Coy. McCoy. Dexter, Citra, Anthony and Iij
Lake. TT?Tf eshments wer.e sold by
Messrs. NaiLin Brinou. Jim Friiy,
John Hosan d F- M. Harp, $he pro-
i'.--.t-5 to so jo the cnurcn. nsn am-
ner was served, an abundance of fish,
bream and trout, being cooked to a
turn in a large kettle by Messrs. D. H.
Dudley and John Lanier. After dinner
the young people erossed the river on
the ferry-boat on a sightseeing trip.
Trailing Arburus,"a new talcum pow-
fder for Rexall stores. At the Tostof-
fice Drugstore. Adv.
Ill'S fill! Hi
One of the most interesting meetings
ever held by the Woman's Club was
that of Saturday afternoon, Mrs. Camp
A short business session was held, all
reports of standing committees being;
hell over until the next club meeting.
Miss Mays, of the legislative commit committee,
tee, committee, and Mrs. Gary, corresponding sec secretary,
retary, secretary, read letters from our three rep representatives
resentatives representatives in the state legislature,
assuring the club women that the bills
pertaining to better marriage laws, to
the Marianna reform school and -to pro protection
tection protection of robins and pigeons, would
receive their careful attention and sup support.
port. support. Since the writing of the letters,
the robin bill has been passed.
The committee appointed to see the
merchants about closing at one o'clock
on Thursdays for the summer, made an
encouraging report. All but two have
already agreed to do so by June first,
and by that date we hope every store
in Ocala will be ready to close"
A committee was appointed to have
the club lot cleaned and surveyed, and
then the camphor trees, given by Mrs.
Harris, .will be planted. Mayor Robert Robertson
son Robertson has generously offered to pay for
the planting, watering and care jf the
Mrs. W. S. Jennings, state chairman
of education, is .getting up a prie of
fifty dollars to be given to the girls'
tomato club making the best showing
for this year. This is causing even a
greater interest than the girls have al already
ready already shown in the work. The club
gave one dollar towards this prize.-
Mrs. Perdue, chairman of the nomi nominating
nating nominating committee, requested that all
nominations be sent to her not later
than Saturday, May 10th.
Mrs. Hocker then male a very In Interesting
teresting Interesting report of the mid-biennial
council of the General Federation of
Women's Clubs, which she attended in
Washington. D. C, April 21-24th.
The council opened Monday night in
the National Museum auditorium, with
an invocation by the chSplain of the
House of Representatives. Then fol followed
lowed followed the address of welcome and re responses.
sponses. responses. After this program was con concluded
cluded concluded a reception was held at the
Raleigh assembly room. At this meet meeting
ing meeting of the council, there were 2031 reg registered
istered registered delegates. t previous councils
there have never been more than 2"0
delegates present. On Tuesday the de departments
partments departments held discussions. Miss Helen
Varick Boswell. of New York, was es especially
pecially especially interesting, not in advocating
woman's suffrage, but In urging wom women
en women to be ready, wjth a knowledge and
understanding of conditions, so that
when the time comes we will know
how to be good citizens. Mrs. Stanley
Plummer made an appeal for "Peace
Day" in our schools. She said to get
it we must "agitate, educate and legis legislate,"
late," legislate," for "He that ruleth his spirit is
greater than he that taketh a city."
The problem of our "Rural Life" was
ably discussed by Hon. P. P. Claxton,
commissioner of education, Mrs. Will William
iam William Jennings Bryan and Mrs. Frances
Squire PotterMrs. Bryan was espe especially
cially especially interestingxln her discussion of
the rural church. Sheau t is "sick,
dying or dead, from an epidemic of
urbanitis." "To be perfectly sur&--at
any subject, study but one side of It,"
she says, and then we are sure. The
remedies for these conditions in the
rural churches, Mrs. Bryan thinks, are
to emphasize denominational similari-r
ties and lessen the differences, to have
fewer churches and better support. Mr.
Claxton said that five and a half mill millions
ions millions of our people of ten-years of age
and over cannot read or white, most of
these living in rural districts, and that
what we need Is cooperation of church churches,
es, churches, Sunday schools and clubs. His re report
port report of the "Moonlight Schools" in
Kentucky was very interesting and he
said they are doing a great work.
Tuesday afternoon the delegates were
given a reception at the White House.
Later, in convention. Miss Margaret
Wilson, daughter of the president,
talked on social center work, and Sat Saturday
urday Saturday Mrs. Hocker said she hoped soon
we could arrange to open our club
rooms, once a week, and start a social
center in Ocala.
Following this were splendid talks
on plans for club extension throughout
On Wednesday morning, "Woman's
Tart in the National Health Movement"
was discussed by Mrs. S. S. Crockett.
She strongly advocates and is earnest
ly working for the establishing of
health departments in all women's col
leges, these departments to embrace
home economics and health in the
home. Miss Helen Johnson said,
"Home economics leads to free life for
woman, as woman is fundamentally a
home-maker, and incidentally a wage-
earner, Thursday the delegates went
to Baltimore and in McCoy hall, of
Johns Hopkins Fnlversitw discussed
civil service reforms, Mrs. Oakley de delivering
livering delivering a very st "ong address on this
subject, in which she declared that the
very houses we live in, streets we walk
over, air we breathe, schools uur child children
ren children attend, and. in fca.ct.- everything
with which wi have to do, come under
the control of the civil service. Thurs
day even mi g was the memorial service.
After singing "Blest B"ih Tie that
3 cans Van Camp's soup 25c
" "beans ----25c
M ; Homioy-
,f Mince Meat ...
" Sunbeam shrimp .
lb Soda.. 5c
" small Hat Salmon 35c
" larsc 30c
v tall Salmon..- 30c
" Argo targe Salmon 45c
1 "Ocean Gem tall" ... 20c
Hotel Astor Coffee
40 cts. per Pound
STEEL COT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
Many people often overlook material advant advantages
ages advantages that are theirs for the asking. This is some sometimes
times sometimes due to an underestimation of their own im-
portance. We want you to know that all indivi individuals
duals individuals interested in making financial progress are
invited to open a banking account with us.
Without regard to the size of their accounts,
we desire their names on our books, believeing
that through our facilities industry and thrift will
H. D. STOKES,
JNO. L. EDWARDS. Pro.
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South Atlantic League,
Binds," the council meeting was ad
In addition to the convention pro pro-ram
ram pro-ram many delightful social affairs
wort- enjoyed by the delegates, includ
ing various dinners and luncheons by
committees, the luncheon given by the
Baltimore Country Club and the recep
tion Friday to Mrs. P. V. Pennybacker,
by the Congressional Club. Trips, per
sonally conducted by the members of
the District of Columbia Federation, to
all points of interest in Washington,
were made for the pleasure of the vis
itors. Former Congressman Lamar and
wife and Senator and Mrs. D. U. Flet
cher were especially cordial to the
Florida delegation, leaving undone
nothing that could add to the comfort
and pleasure of the ladies from their
The program of our own club meet
ing for Saturday was in charge of Mrs.
O. T. Green, chairman f the education
committee, who is to be complimented
for giving us such a delightful after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Miss Nellie Stevens presided
ami very graoiotrsly introduced the
Mr. W. D. Carn made a splendid talk,
stating that at a meeting last Thurs
day the county commissioners decided
to bond this school district for 175,000,
fifty or sixty thousand dollars to be
used for a new school building, ten
thousand dollars for additions to our
primary school and five fhousand dol
lars for Irr provements on the colored
-ehooL H& said the club members can
be or siassistance In circulating a
petition callingT5r-iXLelectlon to order
the issuance of these bornla
Very appropriate to this seatim of
ine year ana to tne suoject or s
vital interest to all mothers educa
tion Mrs. Green asked Rev. Bunyan
Stephens to speak to the club on
"Mothers' Day." This he did In a very
beautiful way, and after the fashion of
preachers, as he said, took the follow-,
ing as his text'
"Mother suffereth long, and is kind;
mother c-nvieth not; mother vaunteth
not herself, is not puffed up; doth not
behave .herself unseemly; seeketh not
her own; is not easily provoked; think think-eht
eht think-eht no evil; rejoiceth not In iniquity,
but rejoiceth in the truth; hearest all
things, believeth all things, hopeth all
things, endureth all th'ngs." I Cor.
His speech was short but interest interesting,
ing, interesting, telling of the origin of the Idea,
the beautiful emblem of the whiti
Miss Mays then read a very strong
paper on "Education for Efficiency."
Miss Mays' paper was very Instructive
and greatly epioyed by all who heard
what Miss Mays had to say.
Then in a very forceful way,. Prof. J.
H. Workman talked to the club on
"Club Relations to the School." He
said the greatest aid we can render the
schools is to give freely of our sympa sympathy
thy sympathy and encouragement. He also made
an appeal for assistance in securing
new and better equipment, In physical
and chemical laboratories, etc.. and In
additions to the library. He said while
this library needs these additions bad badly
ly badly he was glad to be able to say that
ther- are but two libraries in the state
superior to ours.
After this unusual program, ft very
.pleasant social hour was enjoyed with
Mrs. Frank Harris and Mrs. Walter
Hood acting as hostesses. Delicious
sandwiches, tea and coffee were served.
Ml lt;i:lll'XK--,T.'lLIi.CE CIRCUS"
FOUR REEL FKtTl'HE, TEMPLE TO TO-MUHT;
MUHT; TO-MUHT; TOMOHHOW, MATIXEE AXD
IR. W. K. liAXE,
Speflftliwt, E?et E.r 1Xe and Throat.
Office. Lw Library -Bltfg., Ocala. Ad.
OPKX DAY AND X1GHT
Merchant's Cafe, A, CL L depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour. Ad. '" -"
WORLD'S ALMANAC AT BALLARD'S
Mew 1513 World's Almanac. Just re received;
ceived; received; 33 cents at Ballard's News Newsstand.
stand. Newsstand. Adv.
EASTLAKE COTTAGE FOR REXT
Hose Cottage, fix rooms furnished.
Will be rented by month Or season. In Inquire
quire Inquire of J. R. Joslyn, Kastlake, Fla,
For first class automoDne service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First clas car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geier. Ad.
The successful poultry ra'eer uses
Conkey'i Poultry Remedies because
h knows their value. Right now Is
the time to get Conkey Remedies for
the hatching- season. Conkey's Lice
j Powder, Lice Liquid, Head Lice Oint
ment, White Diarrhoea and Cholera
Remedv. We guarantee absolute sat-
icf action with every Conkey prepara-j
lion. Ocala Seed Store, tues-fri 4w
Kheinauer's 13 the place to find the
best makes and most popular prices of
ladies and. children's shoes. Ad.
Don't forget about those unbreaka unbreakable
ble unbreakable combs that we guarantee at the
Court Pharmacy. Adv.
PAID IN 7Mtt.
CLARENCE CAMP. VU TfO.
FIXE XEW FOXES
The Ocala Telepehone ,Co. Js busy
putting In Its fine new phones and
moving Into Its fine new building.
The new phones are great improve improvements.
ments. improvements. They are automatic, thus doing
away with the trouble of ringing; also
the messages sent through them ,ar
more easily heard.
The phones are being changed by
districts. The new ones are controlled
from the new building, the old ones
from the company's present" quarters
in the Gary block. There is bound to
be Inconvenience for some people dur during
ing during the changes and In consequence of
the new system. The telephone com company
pany company asks the people to be patient; it
will give them better service under the
new system, and as soon as all the
changes are made It will send its men
around to correct individual troubles.
CAR FOR ALE
For sale, Herreshoff three-passengrer
runabout automobile. For all prac practical
tical practical purposes is as good as new. My
reason for selling Is that I desire a
larger ear. Cheap for cash. Miss Min Minnie
nie Minnie Stovall. Ocala. 4-24-dw tf
OFFICE FOR REXT
A good front office on ground floor,,
well -adapted for Insurance, physician,,
real estate, etc, Appljr to IL' EL
FOR RENT Offices la Holder build-
ig. -Apply to Davis & Martin.
PIN LPS? A cameo brooch lost on
Thursday n ighlT,''vTi wii ere between
Sanchez street and the Park" show tent,
or in the tent. Finder will 'receive a
suitable reward for Its return to thft
Star office. 4-28-6t
WANTED Man with
farm work. Must be In
commence now. Box 163.
For sale, a good worx mule, in fine
condition. Apply to "the Carn-Thomas
FOR SALE 25 to 30 Plymouth Rock
homing pigeons. Apply to this of office.
fice. office. 4-25-6t
ROOMS FOR RENT Furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, phone
216, Fort King Ave., and a four rorr
cottage with gas. 5-4-lm,
SIX ROOM COTTAGE FOR RENT
Apply to Mrs. R. D. Fuller. 1-5-
FOR RENT Fire-room cottage Nov
507 North Second street. Inquire at No.
204 South Main street 5-5-56t
FOR SALE A brass frame cot and
felt mattress, like new, apply to Star
If you wish to buy, sell
lease, or exchange, it will
pay you to take the matter
up with me at once.
J. fl. BRHfSON
W. C. BLANGHARQ
P. O. BOX 40 OCALA. FLA.
HAVE YOUR CAR PAEfTKO
MMVER & MAG KAY
Undertakers and Emt ulcers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
O. E. McIYER and C. V. ROBERTS
111 Work Done toy Licensed Em-
balmers and Fully Gaaranteed.
D. E. Melver IM
V. Roberts atb.
Undertaking Office 47
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and tetter
work for the money than any otlier
contractor in t& cstz.
OCALA E VEXING STAPH MOXBAV, MAT 5, luiil
TATE AND INSURANCE
Town property, improved and "un "unimproved,
improved, "unimproved, for sale. Real profit profit-bringing
bringing profit-bringing investments.
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Groves or almost anything you
wish, on terms to suit.
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
Agent for a dozen of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the
country. Thoroughly competent to care for your insurance business.
I Will be Pleased to Care for Your Business In Any of These Lines.
F. W. DITTO
Call up Phone 300 antS Let us Give an Estimate on Your
ri 11 u it u t rt y&.n u can
We Goaranlee to Save Yon Money on Any Work in Our Lines
As we employ none bat prt we are la ponltlon to guarantee ev every
ery every piece of work we eoantroct to Mnml the Inspection of the mot
rljcld InMpeclortt. It rotM nothing to tcet oar figure, and you are the
wlnaer, whether we secure the contract or not. Give us a trial.
M. W. TUCKE
FORT KING BLOCK
OCA LA, FLORIDA
LL JX JUL XL AX
'Harry Irving Greene
A Author of
Y "Tb Lash of Circumstance,"
x "Barbara of tb Snows"
(Copyright. IS 12, by Harry Irrlng Grrae)
CHAPTER VI L
I E THE
When you pay a doctor for a skill ful diagnosis you want to get full
value for your money. If the medicine that you get on his orders Is not all
that it should be you are the loser. It Is of supreme Importance that the eon eon-tents
tents eon-tents of your prescription be fresh and reliable Just as it Is of Importance
that your doctors' orders are carefully followed. BringVour prescriptions to
us to be filled and they will be compounded from fresh, reliable drugs. And
what's more we offer you the same prompt and polite service that our cus customers
tomers customers have beer, enjoying right along. Try us with the next prescription.
THE COURT PHARMACY
THE DRUG STORE ON THE SQUARE
OCALA - - FLORIDA
Breakfast Bacon, Boiled Ham, Dried Beef,
Boneless-Ham and Bologna Sausage
Any-cf the above sliced thin to suit your taste on
modern slicing machine.
Finest Quality of Florida and AVestern Ileef, Pork Lamb and
Fresh Vegetables. o JJ
Phone 108 W. II. MARSH, City Market
L.OIUi:TTO (Xear Mandarin) Florida : v,
Boarding School for Boys, Conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph.
Boys from Eight to Fourteen Years Received, and Carefully Trained on
Physical, Intellectual, Moral and Social Lines. Healthy Location. Mag Magnificent
nificent Magnificent Swimming Pool. Complete Equipment In Scihbolrooms. Dorm
ltories, Dining Hall and Recreation Rooms.
Apply for fropectus to the Sister Superior
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY X)RETTO. FLORIdY
Take no chances Trith a pain In the cheat.
Every case of consumption began wlta that
aymptom. Stop It at once with
It is a Fine Healing Remedy for
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The Face at the Pane.
March, passing down the street, -was
deep .in thought and his face looked
as though he were somewhat worried,
and in truth he was, for to have a
Flying Man, and a woman with whom
one is very much in love, upon the
mind at one and the same time, and
both behaving unsatisfactorily. Is
trouble enough for any man. Not a
word had he heard from Dori3 since
the night he had left her at the door
with the words in his ears, "If I really
need you I will let you know," and
his obstinacy and jealousy had pre prevented
vented prevented him from communicating with
her in any manner as long as his rival
remained beneath her roof. He had
not expected that she would really
need him in the physical sense, of
course, yet one may need another in
many different ways, and it piqued
him that she, knowing how eager he
would be to come, had not made some
excuse for needing him that he might
go and see her, or at least talk with
her over the Jphone. Perhaps she had
been in love with Tolliver all along.
He had half suspected at times that
she was, and now that she was help helping
ing helping to nurse him, was seeing him
many times daily, was reading to him
and being read to by him and having
long and confidential talks with him
under propitious circumstances, It
would not be at all startling if the
tender passion bud were swiftly bloom blooming
ing blooming Into full flower. Confound Tolli Tolliver,
ver, Tolliver, anyway. "Was he going to stay
there forever? Why didn't he send
for his trunk and be done with it? He
ought to be ashamed of himself for his
insolent abuse of common hospitality.
Head down and frowning, he" ran
abruptly into a man at a corner and
with a muttered apology looked up.
Clay, a half smile on his handsomish
face, was regarding him with small
attempt to conceal his amusement.
"This is a poor time for one to go
about with his head downr'in that
fashion when everybody- else has got
a crick in his neck from looking up.
You had best' take care. The Flying
Man will get you if you don't watch
but," he said in his even and rather
musical voice. Quickly Allen swept
him with his eyes. He had never ap appeared
peared appeared in better health, stronger or
better satisfied with things in general.
March thrust out his hand and Clay
taking it with a mechanical motion
released it instantly.
"Glad to see you out again," ex exclaimed
claimed exclaimed the former fervently. Once
again an amused smile flitted about
the other's lips.
"Thanks," he returned drily.
"You are looking very well indeed."
"It would be strange if I did not
after the nursing and treatment I re received.
ceived. received. Take my word for it, man. If
you ever become Injured prevail upon
Miss Fulton to look after you. If she
will do so you will not have suffered
in vain." The faint look of displeas displeasure
ure displeasure that ran across March's face did
not escape the convalescent one's eyes,
and again, he baited him out of pure
"Nothing will put a sick man on hia
feet so quickly as to have an inter interested
ested interested and interesting woman minister ministering
ing ministering to him. Do you know I almost
regretted that I was not laid up
longer? But as It was I got out even
before they wanted me to. Didn't
want even to appear to be taking ad advantage
vantage advantage of their kindness, you see."
Although the speaker's manner was
open enough, there was nevertheless
a subtle maliciousness in his tones
that March instantly detected and in inwardly
wardly inwardly resented. "Let's see ten
days," he returned reflectively. "That
is a pretty long while to be laid up
with a cracked rib, isn't it?" Tolliver
agreed with him at once.
I should imagine so. But you se I
have been away from there for the last
four days was there less than a.weelc
What? Is it possible that you did not
know?" He opened his eyes in a look
of mock surprise at the other's evi
dent lack Yf information. March felt
like a fool.
"No, I knew nothing about it," he
was forced to admit. "I have been
yery busy with my own affairs. But
I must be on my way. See you again,
"Indeed you will, March," was the
slow retort. With a farewell nod each
went his separate way.
: So Clay had been gone from the Ful Fulton
ton Fulton home for several days and he had
not known it! He became angrier
than ever. True, he had told Doris
that he would leave the field to her
and Clay as long as the latter re remained
mained remained in their house as her patient,
but how in the name of common sense
was he to know when the patient left
unless he received word? If Doris
and himself had been short time ac acquaintances
quaintances acquaintances things would have, been
(different and he would not have ex expected
pected expected her to let him know, but as it
was they had known each other for
years, had been the best of friends
curing mi mat time ana in a way con confidants
fidants confidants long before he fcad begun to
make love to her. Therefore, elimi eliminating
nating eliminating the love element, he might at
least have let him know as a friend
that her patient had recovered and
taken his departure. He felt ag aggrieved.
grieved. aggrieved. Should he call her up now
and ask permission to call? His first
Inclination was to do so, then remem remembering
bering remembering Clay's sly Insinuations of her
teader care i he grew resentful again
and crawled back into his shell.. Per
haps she did not want him to call any
more, remaps sne and Clay had It
all arranged between 4hem, and that
was the cause of the other's subtle
mockery. He would take a day or
two and think it over. If he was out
do anything about it anyway, and if ha
was not another day or so would make
no difference she might be gladder to
see him then.
It was Sunday and he would do no
work that day, but it was his custom
to go to his desk between eleven. and
twelve on Sabbath forenoons to look
over his mail and get it ready for Mon Monday's
day's Monday's dictation. He pursued his way
officeward, therefore, opened the door
and sat himself down in the quiet
oom. Five minutes later the tele telephone
phone telephone bell rang and he got up to an answer
swer answer it, wondering whom the caller
might be. It was Doris.
"Knowing your custom of opening
your mail on Sundays at about this
hour I was in hopes of catching you
in your workshop," she began. "And
how have you been during these awful
days?" He most untruthfully assured
her that he had never been better or
happier. She seemed pleased to hear it.
"And you?" he asked.
"Quite well until this morning. But
today I am dreadfully worried and
nervous, and that is the reason I
called you up."
"I see. Something has gone wrong
and you really need me."
"You have guessed it exactly. You
remember I promised you I should let
you know in case of such an event.
Well, I am keeping my. promise."
"And you wish to 6ee me when?"
"Today. You may come out to din dinner
ner dinner at two o'clock If you will and
spend the afternoon with me."
"Delightful. By the way, I saw Clay
a few moments ago and he looked
wondrously well and happy. Said you
were the queen of nurses or something
to that effect so thoughtful, so ten tender,
der, tender, so sympathetic here, here Dor Doris!"
is!" Doris!" But Doris had hung up the re receiver
ceiver receiver without waiting to hear more
and 1'e wa3 compelled, much against
his v:i?heo to return to his mail.
She met him at the door with her
usual friendliness, smiling and sweet,
altogether desirable, yet. knowing her
as well as he did his first glance told
him that she was indeed troubled. Her
eyes wore a bunted look and there was
a certain nervousness in her manner
that was in distinct contrpst to her
usual calm. He held her hand tightly
despite her effort to withdraw it.
"What is it, Doris?" he inquired so solicitously.
licitously. solicitously. She shook her head.
"Please don't speak about it now.
Father has to leave the house after
dinner, which is the principal reason
I called voCT. I will tell you later." He
let her hand escape and followed her
down the hall. Impatient though he
was to hear the news, he knew he
would he compelled to swa!t her
They finished their dinner amongst
the commonplaces of an ordinary Sun Sunday
day Sunday midday meal and then she and he
took their seats in the comfortable
chairs upon the shady veranda. Judge
Fulton had just departed, also looking
somwhat .worried, as Allen thought,
and the girl and himself were alone.
"And now?" he questioned.
Again the hunted look filled her
troubled eyes to the brim, she shiv shivered
ered shivered as from a cold draft and glanced
about quickly. "I hate to talk, about
it, it was too hideous yet I want you
to know. And as father had to be- ab absent
sent absent this afternoon he suggested that
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It happened last night."
"Yes, Doris. I am listening."
"And it was midnight and very dark
and- I was asleep."
"I was awakened by a sound, a very
small sound. I am a light Bleeper, you
know, especially these nights."
"I understand. Possibly we all are."
"And I listened through the dark darkness
ness darkness and presently I heard it again,
a peculiar sound a scratchy sound I
called it to myself and it seemed to
come from my window. Of course I
thought of burglars, but the window
Is high up, and besides why' on earth
would a burglar be trying to get In
there when he could enter so much
more easily from the ground floor? So
I listened and listened, and sometimes
I thought I could hear something and
sometimes I thought I was mistaken,
and after a while I turned my head
very slowly and looked towards the
window. I imagined I could see two
very faint, luminous balls through the
darkness, so I reached for the button
at the head of the bed and switched
on the electric light. Horrors!" She
covered her face with her hands, shak
ing like an aspen. March's hair was
beginning to bristle and hia hands
turned in knobbed fists.
"And you saw
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To Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby sriven that flurinz
the ensuing- session of the legislature
of the state of Florida, and sixtv ffiA
days after the first publication of this
notice, application -will be made, by
ttae introduction of bills in said lesris.
lature, for the extension of the ritv
limits of the city of Ocala. a munici municipal
pal municipal corporation, under the laws of the
state of Florida, as follows. Said
houn-3ary lines to be established as
Commencing- at the southwest cor
ner or the northwest quarter of sec section
tion section nineteen, in townshin fifteen.
tsouth, rane twenty-two east, Marion
county, Florida, thence running north
with the range line one hundred and
sixty chains to the northwest corner
of the southwest quarter of section
seven, tbence running- east through
the center of section? seven and eight.
one nunarea ana mty-fseven chains to J
me riormeasi corner or tne southeast
quarter of section eisrht, thence south
one hundred and sixty chains to' the
nonneast corner Of io
seciion twenty, tnence runninsr weet
one hundred and fifty-seven chains to
place of l beginning containing
four square -mires more or less.
Notice Is also given that after sixty
days from the first publication of this
notice,, application will b$ made, by
the introduction of a bill during the
ensuing- session of the legislature, to
extend the city limits on the east of
the city of Ocaia, a' municipal corpor corporation
ation corporation organized and existing under
the laws of the state- of. Florida, to
Sliver Springs. Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and the proposal boundary lines
thereof as follows:
Commencing at. the southwest cor corner
ner corner of section nine, in .town shin flf-
ieur fcqutn, .range twenty-two. east,
thenes running- east-one mfle to the
southeast corner of said section nrne,
thence running in northeasterly direc direction
tion direction to the northwest corner of the
southeast quarter of the northeast
quarter of section one of said town township
ship township and "range, thence running east
one-h-alf mile to the northeast corner
of th southwest quarter of the north northwest
west northwest quarter of section six. township
fifteen,' range twenty-three, east,
thence running south one-half mile to
th southeast corner of the northwest
quarrtr of ijr.e southwest quarter of
saidfection' six .thence running west
; : .'. -. :::
one-half rfnile to the southwest corner
of the northeast coriier of the south southeast
east southeast quarter of section one, in town township
ship township fifteen, range twenty-two, east,
thence running in a southeasterly dl
reetion to the southeast corner of the
southwest quarter of the .northwest
quarter of section fifteen, Jn township
fifteen, range twenty-two, east, rfence
west one and one-fourth miles If the"
west line of section sixteen. Mence
north one-half mile to the place be beginning.
ginning. beginning. 13. A. Weathe,
President oi the City CouSc.
Attest: IL C. Sistmnk. City Grf
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Creditors, legateesr'distributf i
an persons raving ciatms or d5aan?
against the estate of William :in
son, late of Ocala, Flonda. are 'cHi
upon to present them within two yeari
irom tnis aate to the undersigned.
. Oala, Fla Dec 31st. 1S12.
ReDecca W. Anderson,
Executrix of the Will of William An-
mim in "
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
"Notice Is hereby given to all credit creditors,
ors, creditors, legatee?, distributees and" all other
fjerson, having claims and demand?
against the estate of Albert L. Barbery
iu present saia Claims auiy
proven to the undersigned within one
'ca me uaie oi tne nrst puoiica-
i i's notice, to-wit: Janutry
30th. TUH a o...i.k
As Administrator Estate of Albert I
Ocala. Florida. Jan-S0, 1J1J,
Of plnal Settlement nd Dix-hair,
.unce is nereoy given that on the
h day of July, A. D. 1913, the undersigned-will
present my accounts ar.
vouchers to the judge of probatr Iti
and for Marion county, Florida, at his
office in Ocala, and will make my
final settlement and will apply for dis discharge.
This 3rd day of January, A, p. 1S13
' j) 4 Smith
As Administrator of the Estate oV A.