The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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FURNITURE
FURNISHINGS,
For All ol the Domes
AT RIGHT PRICES
Thcus -Zachry Co.
VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1913
NO. 308
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For Ocala's WiuWy Xe-1 Sew High
School County Will
Help i)uiinflon
Ocala. Fla.. Tuesday, May 20.
The hoard of public instruction in
and for Marion county met in spe special
cial special session pursuant to call of chair chairman
man chairman at the usual idace on the above
date with all members present and
acting as follows: W. D.
man, 1J. R. Dlitch and
tham, members, and J.
Carn, chair chair-J.
J. chair-J. S. Gran Gran-H.
H. Gran-H. Brinson,
secretary.
Messrs. G. W. Neville, one of the
trustees, and Dr. J. I). Baskin, a pat patron
ron patron of the Dunnellon school, called
and presented plans and designs of
a school building that they desired
followed in the erection of a propos. propos.-el
el propos.-el school building at Dunnellon for
the white school. The matter of as as-19
19 as-19 messed valuation and taxes was dis
cussed freely. It was proposed that
the special tax school district of
Dunnellon should vote upon herself
under the recent statute a bond issue
for the purpose f securing ample
funds for retiring any outstanding
indebtedness that may exist and aid aiding
ing aiding in the construction and equip equipment
ment equipment of the proposed building and
the county board was requested to
make a donation of $5000 for this
purpose. After a full discussion of
many points of interest bearing on
the entire subject it was agreed that
the- representatives of Dunnellon
should retire while the county board
discussed the proposition and decid decided
ed decided upon definite action.
The board after full discussion
agreed that if the district of Dun
nellon would vote a bond issue of as
much as $12,000 for the purpose of
taking up all outstanding' warrants
and applying on the expense of the
proposed building, that the county
board would donate $4 000 to aid in
the work. Messrs. Neville and Bas Baskin
kin Baskin were recalled and the matter
discussed and agreed upon. It was
agreed that, the proceeds of the sale
of the present white school house,
in case it should be sold, should be
deposited with the county treasurer
to the ert'dit and for the use of the
Dunnellon district. It was further
understood that the details of the
building and the contracting for
same should be handled by the coun
ty school board.
No further business with these
gentlemen appearing the board ad
journed for noon.
Afternoon Session
The board met with all present
and acting.
Messrs. J. Camp, J. E. Chace and
V. T. Gary, trustees of the Ocala
district, called and discussed plans
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SAL LOW NESS
This disorder is due to a torpid liver
involving the stomach and bowels.
To correct the trouble take
SIMMON
RED 2
LIVER REGULATOR
(TUB TOWDER I?ORM)
When the completion is sallow and
you have spells of vertigo (blind stag staggers)
gers) staggers) on stooping or rising suddenly
and your bowels are irregular, with
much flatulence (wind in the bowels)
you are badly in need of Simmons
Liver Regulator. The liver is the
cause of all the trouble and when the
liver is at fault, there is nothing more
effective. Simmons Liver Regulator
quickly restores sound, healthy con -ditions
in the liver, stomach and
bowels; sweetens the breath, helps
digestion and brings back the ruddy
hue of health to the complexion.
Sold by Dealers. Price, large package, $1.00.
Atk for tbe genuine with tbe Bed Z on tbe label.
II you cannot g-t it. remit fi as. we seud it by
mail, postpaid. fSimniom Liver Regulator is alto put
op laTiquid form lor thoie who preterit. l'rire.I.OO
per bottie. Look lor the Bed i. label.
j. l ZE1LM It CO., Frops SU Uuis, Mo.
R, D. FULLER
DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Munroe & ChanihlU Itaak
TIIONE 154.
OC.l. FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH
J. E.' CHACE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms o, IO and 11, SetoaG Floor
Holder !U"ck.
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CA5TT.

for the proposed building for Ocala

I and the question of bonding the dis
trict for the funds necessary to erect
a suitable school plant for Ocala. Mr.
Karl Mark, an architect from Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, called and discussed pre-
iminary plans with the session of
the joint boards. Mr. Mark propos
ed to prepare and present nrplimi-
nary plans at an expense not to ex
ceed one-half of one. per cent of the
cost of the proposed building. Upon
motion, it was agreed to authorize
Messrs. Camp, Chace and Gary to
contract with Mr. Mark to prepare
plans as stated.
Xo further business appearing the
board adjourned to meet in regular
ession on Monday, June 2, 191.1.
J. H. Brinson, Sec'y.
SHIPPING NEWS
Two ISig Iioats Will Take 70) Tons
of Hock from Port Inglis
Port Inglis, May 21. Entered:
Austrian steamshiu "Biida" fmm
'hiladelphia; will load a cargo of
4500 tons of phosphate rock for
Venice and Fiume.
Entered: British steamship Wrag-
by, from Teneriffe; will load a cargo
of 5200 tons of phosphate rock for
Memel.
HOWS THIS?
We offer one hundred dollars rewaru
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.
Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
lieve 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 unon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con
stipation. Ad.
IIOAHDMVV
lioardman, May 19. Mrs, K. A. GrofT,
who has been the guest of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Hall, for the past tnree weens,
left Wednesday for Oxford, where she
will spend a few days before proceed
ing to springneid. ill., wnere sne win
spend, the summer. Her many friends
wish her a very pleasant summer.
Mrs. W. A. Green and little dauprh-
tr, Mabel, left Tuesday for Miami, be be-ins
ins be-ins summoned there on account of the
serious illnes of the former's uncle.
Friends hope she foud him much im improved.
proved. improved. Mrs. F. r. Hester, Jr., of Evinston.
was a visitor to Hoard man Tuesday.
Mrs. M. K. Farnbaeh left Thursday
for an extended visit -to Sarasota.
While there she will be the guet of
her daughter, Mrs. B. F-. McCalJ.
Mrs. K. J. Tumlin, of Dunnellon. is
here the guest of P. M. Sehaltre and
family.
Otto D. Qroff. of Bradentovvn. was a
visitor here a couple of days last week,
guest of his sister, Mrs. Andrew J.
Hall.
Miss Hester Boyer is visiting at Mc Mcintosh
intosh Mcintosh this week, the gcuest of Mrs.
Grinser
We are sorry to report Bruce Boyer
on the sick list this week. He has a
bad case of sore eyes. His numerous
friends wish for him a speedy recov recovery.
ery. recovery. Ralph Shaw of Zuber is a guest of
R. D. Boyer, and family this week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Reed were visit visitors
ors visitors to Micanopy Sunday.
FOIt THE AVEAI? ASP NEnVOXJS
Tired-out, weak, nervous men and
women would feel ambitions, energet
Ic, full of life and always have a good
appetite, if they would do the sensi
ble thing for health take Electric
BUters. Nothinff better for the stom
ach, liver or kindeys. Thousands say
they owe their lives to this wonderful
home remedy. Mrs. O. Rhinevault. of
Vestal Center, N. Y., says: "I regard
Electric Bitters as one of the greatest
or girts. I can never forget what it
has done for me." Get a bottle your
self and see what a difference it will
make in your health. Only 50c and 51
Recommended by Tydings & Co. Ad
Bath sprays for a
the Court Pharmacy.
shower bath
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Senator Fletcher Has Introduced s
Hill to lotioiie Reorganization
of Customs Service
Washington, May 21. Senator D.
L Fletcher of Florida in the Senate
yesterday introduced a bill seeking
to postpone reorganization of the
customs service for two years.
This bill, if passed, means that the
customs service in Florida, as to
ports and places of collecting, will
remain as at present, instead of the
state being made on district on July
1, with Jacksonville as headquarters,
as contemplated under the bill sign signed
ed signed by President Taft the day he
went out of office, and which arrange arrangement
ment arrangement Tampa, as the greatest revenue-producing
port in Florida, has
protested against.
1'EDDIjE liOOZE IN PINTS
Davis' Iisjensary Hill is One to
Increase Drunkenness
Tallahassee, June 21. The Sen Senate
ate Senate has passed to its third reading
the Davis dispensary bill. This bill
went through without amendment,
though there was a hard fight against
it. The bill provides that no dealer
shall sell less than a pint of liquor,
and that in a sealed package, and
that it must be carried off the prem premises
ises premises to be consumed.
The House passed by a vote of o0
to 15 the resolution calling for a
constitutional amendment for the re-
HOTEL
HARRINGTON HALL
CAFE
The place to take
your meals while
your family is
away for the sum summer.
mer. summer. Service and food
the very best with
... polite and court-
eous attention.
Bring your moth mother
er mother wife or sweet sweetheart.
heart. sweetheart. YOU
WILL BE TREATED
RIGHT.
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J. G. PURVIS,
DENTAL SURGEON.
Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store.
Ocala, - Florida
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W. C, BLANOHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURN1SHEI?
ON APPLICATION
P. O. nCX 46 OCALA. FLA.
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call of the judiciary, following the

:vote on the initiative and referen
dum.
The Senate temierancfc commit committee
tee committee is considering a bill drawn up by
j temperance workers, wnicn has for
jits purpose the prohibition of sale or
giving away of cigarettes. A $100
fine is provided for penalty for vio violation.
lation. violation. The Senate passed the Dlitch bill,
prohibiting the shipment of whisky
into dry territory, which is prac practically
tically practically the same as the Webb bill
passed by Congress last winter, after
being twenty-two years in commit committee.
tee. committee. The House passed the general
pension bill, with a few changes
from the old bill and also a county
drainage district bill by Taylor of
Pinellas.
OHAXfJK SPRING ITEMS
Uranai- Springs. May 11. Mr. W.
Huffman, county commissioner, was a
visitor in town last Thursday.
Mr. A. J. Johnson, a medical student
who is enjoying his vacation, and his
brother, Mr. J. B. Johnson of Hawthorn
joined a party of friends here last
week for a couple of days.
Mr. Huh Williams of Waldo and
Mr. Herbert Shaw of Island Grove
were quests of the Carlton House last
Wednesday.
Miss Mattie Waldron of Bay Lake
was the week end guest of Miss
Florence Hall.
Mr. J. W. Hall and family of Lake
Butler arrived here last Friday and
are comfortably domiciled in their
pretty new house to spend the sum summer.
mer. summer. Mrs. J. C. Massey was called to
Georgia by a message that her mother,
Mrs. I. W. Passmore was dangerous dangerously
ly dangerously ill. She left Saturday accompanied
by Master M. C.
Mr. Lee Hall of Jacksonville has
many friends at this place who are
lad to hear that his baby which was
bitten by a mad dog, has taken the
Pasteur treatment and is doing well at
present, the treatment being success successful.
ful. successful. Mr. Fred Jones of Starke was a
guest of the Carlton House last Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. Mrs. Lula Iatimer and her daughters.
Misses Edna and Katherine of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, joined a party of friends here
for a day's outing and left for Port
i Inglis to join Mr. Latimer.
Mrs. W. R. Price" of Island Grove,
chaperoned the picnic party from that
plate last week. The following young
I people enjoyed the picnic: Mr. J. A.
Price and sisters. Misses Lucile and
Grace and Master Vernon, Misses Edna
Reinot-hl of Jacksonville. Colia Alt Alt-stein.
stein. Alt-stein. Messrs. Willie "Whitmore, Carl
j Waldr.m and William Howard,
Mr. T. F. Harrison and wife of Citra
wore the guests of Mrs. R. A. Carlton
s.-veral days of last week.
Mrs. P. W. Peck accompanied by her
daughter. Miss Alice and her son. Mas Master
ter Master Kenneth, left today for Ocean City,
N. J., to spend the summer.
Mr. Wolf, postoffice inspector with
headquarters in Ocala, was a business
visitor here last week, a guest of the
Carlton House.
j A much needed rain came last Sat Sat-;urday
;urday Sat-;urday and everything is refreshed.
S A committee is at work arranging
jfor a children's day exercises. We
jhope all will help to mak the day
happy for the children.
KEADTH1S
The Texas Wonder cures Kidney and
bladder trouble. removinsr srravel.
j cures diabetes, weak and lame backs,
rheumatism and all irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder in both men
j and women. Regulates bladder troub
les in children. If not sold by your
druggist, will be sent by mail on re-
ceipt of $1. One small bottle Is two
! months' treatment and seldom falls to
J perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from this and other states. Dr. E. W.
Hall. Olive street, St. Louis Mo.
.Sold by all brugglsts. Ad
INDIAN' ItLXNER DUCKS
Ture blood fawn and white, standard
variety of these famous "egg ma machines."
chines." machines." Kggs 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
American Beauty Bath Spray fits any
bath tub. Outfit complete fl.25 at
Gerig's drugstores. Adv.

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The Narrow Sea IJetween Key West
ami Cuba Iale in a Fly Flying
ing Flying Machine
Key West, May 20. Augustine
Parla, the Cuban aviator, left South
Beach a 2 o'clock yesterday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, and landed at Bay Buriel,
forty miles west of Havana at 4:40
o'clock.
Rosillo.T Havana, promised this
morning to meet Parla, but Parla
deviated from his course.
Domingo Roselo. another Cuban,
made the same journey Saturday.
Parla was to have accompanied him,
but his machine got out of order.
These are the longest over-sea
trips yet made in an aeroplane.
IMCMC AT TIRNFIVS POXD
basket picnic at Turner's Pond Friday,
June 20. There will be dancing for
those who enjoy this pleasure. Don't
forget the date, Friday, June 20th, at
Turner's Pond. Committee.
OPEX DAY AXD XIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour. Ad.
Poor appetite Is a sure sign of Im Impaired
paired Impaired digestion. A few doses of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab Tablets
lets Tablets will strengthen your digestion and
improve your appetite. Thousands
have been benefited by taking these
tablets. Sold by all dealers. Ad.
JUST BW
The Slickest Electric
Motor for Sewing Machines
on the Market. Phone us
for a Demonstration.
Ask to see our Stoves
and Ranges. We will Save
you Money.
Agents for the Stand
ard ''Central Needle" Sewing
Machine. Try one and if it
is not the Best, we Want it
Back in our Store.
PHONE CALLS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT
AMTENTION.
Phone 10
OGALA FURNITURE CD.
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CONSTIPATION
Indigestion. Bad Breath. Dizzi Dizziness,
ness, Dizziness, Vertigo (blind staggers),
Headache, Sallow Complexion,
a Tired, Discouraged Feeling
are a!l symptoms of a Torpid
Liver.
HERBSNE
La an Effective Liver Tonic and
Bowel Regulator.
Its powerful reviving influ influence
ence influence in the torpid liver brings
on an Immediate Improvement.
You feel better at once. Tho
bowels move freely so that the
Impurities which have clcg-gc-i
up the digestive organs find an tef
outlet. vv hen tne system nas
been thus purified, the bilious,
half sick feeling disappears, the
complexion clears, the breath
hppomps sweet, the mind alert t
and cheerful and there Is a fine W
feeling of exhilaration all
through the body.
Price 50c per Bottle.
Jamesr.BalIard.Prop. St.Louis.Mo. f
Use Stephens Eye Salve for
Sore Eyes. It Cures.
SOLD BY ALL DEALERS

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INVOLVES NATIONAL HONOR

Say the Japanese in Regard to the
Alien Eand Law Hill People
Difficult to Pacify
Tokio, May 20. News that the
California alien land ownership bill
lhad been signed by Governor John
son was received here with regret,
although it had been discounted in
official circles.
Efforts of the Japanese govern government
ment government are concentrated at present on
pacifying public opinion but the task
is regarded in many quarters as a
more difficult one than at the time
of the California school controversy
or even a year ago.
Since the death of the old Japan Japanese
ese Japanese emperor the authority of the gov government
ernment government has steadily diminished in
resisting the growing influence of
public opinion and the spirit of dem democracy
ocracy democracy is augmenting throughout the
empire.
A prominent official said:
"The Japanese people feel that
heir national honor is involved. The
present question will be solved
peacefully, but what is needed to as assure
sure assure the permanence of our tradi traditional
tional traditional friendship is a change of heart
in some Americans toward the Japa Japanese."
nese." Japanese." ARRIVAL AND ur.l'ARTURE
OF TRAIN'S 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.
SEABOARD AIR LIXE
Southbound Arrive
Leave
1:20 p.m.
2:32 p.m.
1:40 a.m.
No. 3 1:05 p.m.
No. 9 (Limited) .2:31 p.m.
No. 1 1:35 a.m.
Northbound
No. 2 2:25 a.m. 2:30 a.m.
No. 4 1:00 p.m. 1:15 p.m.
No. 10 (Limited. .4:23 p.m. 4:25 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'ldwpod, Ocala, Starke
and Waldo
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
Southbound Jax. and St. Petersburg
Arrive Leave
No. 9 10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
No. 39 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
Southbound Ocala and Lakeland
No. 35 (Sunnyjim) 6:40 a.m.
Northbound Jm. and St. Petersburg
Arrive Leave
No. 10 5:19 a.m 5:20 a,m.
No. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
Northbound Lakeland and Ocala
No. 32 (Sunnyjim) Arrive 9:50 p.m.
Ocnla and Honioaia
Leave No. 49 8:20 a.m.
Leave No. 47 2:25 p.m.
Arrive No. 4 4 12:50 p.m.
Arrive No. 48 6:00 p.m.
OCALA NORTHERN
Lv. 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.
FLIES ARE D.WGEnOCS
YOU SHOULD KEEP THEM OUT
Flies are a great menace to health
and aside from the question of health,
they are very disagreeable. Let us
screen your house with our modern
method, home manufactured screens.
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. 3-25-tf
BEST MEDICINE FOR COLDS
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, drug druggist,
gist, druggist, of Marion, Ohio, writes of Dr.
King's New Discovery: "I know Dr.
King's New Discovery Is the best
throat and lung medicine I sell. It
cured my wife of a severe bronchial
cold after all other remedies had fail failed."
ed." failed." It w'll do the same for you If you
are suffering with a cold or any bron
chial, throat or lung cough. Keep a
bottle on hand all the time for every everyone
one everyone in the family to use. It Is a home
doctor. Price 50c and $1. Guaranteed
by Tydings & Co. Ad.
Pound, nut, layer and raisin cakes
always on hand, fresh, at Carter's Bak Bak-erv.
erv. Bak-erv. 5-14-6td

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A Hundred Lives a Month Pax 'tar
Stinginess in Transportation
Equipment
Washington, May 21. Defective
railroad equipment nd tracks. Kere
responsible for 68 per cent of all -derailments
in the United States dur during
ing during July, August and September,
1912, and during those three months
there were 935 more train accidents,
including 901 more collisions and de derailments
railments derailments than were during the same
months of 1911. All train accidents
on steam roads during that time
killed 2S8 and injured 4,598, an; In Increase
crease Increase of eighty-seven in -the killed
and 215 in the injured during the
correspondening period of the year
before.
OCALA LODGE XO. 2S, B. P. O. K.
Ocala Lodge No. 286,. Benevolent-and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings In
each month. Vis1 ting brethren always
welcome. Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell. Secretary Ad.
Board of Trade meets tonight
J. fl. BRMSOBI
IEAL ESTATE
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INVESTMENT
BROKER
EVERYTHING IN REAL
ESTATE
OCALA - FLORIDA
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! JOSEPH BELL :
I Attorney at Law
Office
; Second Floor,
Munroe & ChamblissBldg.;
: Ocala, Fla. :
DR. D. M. B0NEY
OPTOMETRIST
EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
Optometry Office aid Laboratory
OFFICE HOURB
9 to 12 a. m., 1:50 to 4:30 px m.
Rooms 2-6 Gary Building, Ocala, Tul
M'lVER & MAG KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
W Work Done toj Licensed Etn Etn-balniers
balniers Etn-balniers and Fullj Guaranteed..
PHONES:
D. E. Melrer
V. Roberts ....
Undertaking Office
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Dental Surgeon
OFFICE OVER COMMERCIAL
BANK
WEST SIDE OF COURT HOUSE
OCALA,
FLORIDA
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OCALA EVENING STAR

Bit t laser A Carroll, Proprietors

R. II. Carroll, General Manaser
Port V. LeaveaKod, Iluslnesw Manager

cotlhcil and liable to femoii) by that

body at any tim he could not show

good results. Thl? plan has ben ap

provingly discussed by many, and it

isnt unlikely that something HKe u

may be at no very distant day tried n

our city.

J. II. Benjamin, Editor

Entered In the postofflce at Ocala,
.'la., as second class matter.

HRXRY 3H. FLAGLEK

Florida lost a good friend and the
world a most useful man when Henry
M. Flagler died at West Palm Peach
Tuesday, after a long illness, which
was rather the natural failing of his
mental and physical faculties than th
result of disease.
Henry M, Flagler was born In Canan Canan-dalgua,
dalgua, Canan-dalgua, N. Y.. eighty-three ': years a?o.

He was a poor boy, the son of a Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian minister of modest means, and
worked his way to his place amon?

the world's richest men by the sheer

force ofhis industry and talent.

He came to Florida thirty years ago.

and was at once attracted by its beau

ties and possibilities, and all his life

after that was principally given to de

veloping the latter.

He united the scattered links of the
east coast railway system, and extend extended
ed extended It to Miami, he built or improved
the chain of east coast hotels, and

finally extended the East Coast Rail

way along the keys and across an arm

of the sea to Key West.

It Is on this last undertaking that

the fame of Flagler will last for dec decades
ades decades If not for centuries. It was a

greater work than building the pyra

mids, and had it been done in the day

of pyramid building, Flagler would
have been enthroned by posterity

among the gods. The Egyptian kings

assuming to themselves the place of
deities, drove hundreds of thousands of

slaves to build the useless p'les of

stone that stand scarred but intact

thousands of years after the names of

their builders are forgotten, but it is

to be hoped that the name of the Am

erican citizen who paid good wages to

the labor that constructed an useful

highway thru the jungles and across

the sea, will be preserved for ages in

the records of scientific attainment.

In all his work, Mr. Flagler showed
good business sense. He built to please

himself and not for gain, but, not with

extravagance nor ostentation.

Mr. Flagler was always a plain Am

erican citizen. Until advanced years

weighed upon him, he walked and
talked among his fellow men as sim simply
ply simply as the poorest of them all. He was
always approachable and generally
genial. Like all rich men. he was af afflicted
flicted afflicted with sycophants, but had the
rare good sense to know and shun
most of them. His charity was broad
and generally useful. He founded
many good institutions, and how many
he helped it isn't likely that he could
have told" if he would.
The world will heap flowers on his
bier, arid then forget him, as it does
with all from whom it can expect no
more benefits, but many sincere friends
will mourn and remember him until
their own powers of memory fade.

CLOSING EXERCISES AT

THE PRIMARY

SCHOOL

SPOKE FOR HIS CITY

Of

The Jacksonville Metropolis

Tuesday has the following:
Mayor J. D. Robertson of Ocala was
in the city this morning talking over
the possibility of his city becoming the
capital of Florida after the division of
the state, which he feels sure is com coming.
ing. coming. He said he was not here on business,
but merely to see some of his old
friends, and, of course, was in the very
best of humor.
He Is a natural-born booster for his
home town. He said: "Ocala is a city,
with more than seven thousand six
hundred people living there, and it is
the llvest place In the state for its
size. We are the center of one of the
greatest phosphate Industries in the
world, and in addition to that we ship
out the only real fine cantaloupes in
the state. We have then moving now,
and by the last of this week they will
be moving In carloads, and in another
week they will go out In trainloads.
The city is full of buyers and, as the
season has been superb for the lusci luscious
ous luscious fruit, good prices are being ob obtained
tained obtained f. o. b. Ocala. Out men do not
believe in shipping out to commission
merchants. It is too costly in the long
run, and they get better satisfaction
by selling and collecting at home."
lr. Robertson says that Irish pota potatoes
toes potatoes do not appeal to the growers in
tits section. The cost of production is
too hlgla, the dangers of loss through
unseasonable weather too great, and
other things go to make Ocalaites leave
the potato to other sections.
"They do. however," he says, "rais?
the finest sweet potatoes In the world."

This morning the closing exercises at

the primary school were held and while

no special program was prepared to

entertain the visitors, the children had

been told to invite their parents and

friends and a great many of them came,
some to stay only a short time while
others remained for the entire morn

ing's work, and most of them spent at

least a short time in each of the rooms

of the school.

There are four large recitation rooms

but since the school became so crowd crowded,
ed, crowded, two small rooms originally intend

ed for other purposes are being used by

some of the smaller classes. The en

rollment of the school is about 350. and

the average attendan.de is about 275

and the school is now overcrowded and
with a great many children to be ad

mitted next session, it is going to be

rather more than the teachers can dc
to provide for them.

In the primary grade Mis3 Frances

Chambers and Miss Marie Van Engel

ken are the teachers. In the first grade

Miss Nellie Stevens, the principal of
the school, and Mrs. Martin are the
teachers. In the second grade Miss
Hell and Miss Kemp are the teachers,
while in the third grade Miss Fannie

Clark is the teacher.
This morning the work of the child

ren was spread out on tables in the
lobby up-stairs and the visitors ex examined
amined examined the childrens work very care carefully
fully carefully and it was well worth an hour's

time. The children have done well

through the term and their written

work in all of the different studies

shows advancement, neatness and close

application.
There was in addition many little ar

tides of fancy work, the children's
own handiwork, and many of these
were given to the teachers as souve souvenirs,
nirs, souvenirs, each visitor, where possible, be

ing given one of them.

In the tlass rooms the exercises were

mostly practical in reading, writin

mental and blackboard arithmetic

story telling, riddle asking and an answering,
swering, answering, speeches and songs, exercises

in drilling, march'ng, etc7 The deport

ment of the children is gplendid, tho

one always realizes that "visitors day"

demoralizes the little ones and they

are. never seen at their best.
At this school many useful things
are taught and the good derived from
these teachings, through the life of the

child Is untold. They .are taught a

hundred things that were never taught
in the schools several decades ago in
addition to those laid down in their
text books.
The children are taught in the care
of their teeth, thir nails, cleanliness,
good manners, kindliness, to be cour courteous,
teous, courteous, to tell the truth, to be indus industrious,
trious, industrious, both in their studies and at
home, to obey their parents and to be
punctual and to always appear neat
and tidy. Then they are taught so
many things from the fields, the wa waters
ters waters and the forests of the land; the
cause, the reason and the effect of the
practical things of life, so that when
one of these little ones leaves Miss
Stevens' school for the high school of
the city, he or she is as well versed in
many things as the boy or girl of
years ago was at a much more advanc advanced
ed advanced age.
Miss Stevens and Miss Clark and
each of the teachers and assistants in
the primary school of Ocala have every
reason to be proud of the year's work
that will come to a close on Friday
afternoon. The parents feel most
grateful to these excellent women for
their kind, efficient and wise training
of these little ones and for the Infinite
patience and toil they have expended
upon thitm during the long period of

the term.

Sil'S

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To Prevent ltailrad from t'hariclng

More for the Short than the
Ione Haul
Tallahassee. May 21. The House to

day, by unanimous vote, passed my

bill preventing railroad companies

from charming more for a short than

for a long haul over the same route.
Pill will pass Senate and will take ef effect
fect effect January 1st.

Edwin Spencer, Jr.

IMPROVE OKLVWAHA A VEX IE

tlin 150 t"-r' moriih arnl no teacher
holding Iiwt than a second grade
certificate s.kll be paid more than $40
Pr month.
I shall be ai'l to cooperate with the
trustee.-; and supervisors as freely a
possible with any information that this
office may have regarding salaries and
the qualifications of teachers.
We hope to work heartily together
to the end that this shall be the best
school ye.tr that Marion county has
ever known. Respectfully yours.
J. H. Brinson, Supt.

AMUSEMENTS

The Board of Trade has received the
following petition:
We, the undersigned citizens of Ok-

lawaha avenue who have formed our ourselves
selves ourselves into an association which is

known as the Oklawaha Avenue Im Improvement
provement Improvement Association, petition your
honorable body to aid us in securing
art. election to bond the city of Ocala
for such an amount as shall be nec necessary
essary necessary for the laying of vitrified brick
on Oklawaha avenue and other promi prominent
nent prominent streets m the city of Ocala.
C. R. Tydings.
Emmet t E. Robinson.
H. M. Hampton.
John Dozier.
Mrs. O. T. Green.
Mrs. M. L. Badger.
O. B. Howse.
M. J. Roess.
G. T. Maughs.
Sid R. Whaley.
J. W. Tally.
Baxter Carn.
Mrs. E. Holder.
Mrs. Blackburn.
L. F. Blalock.
If. C. Dozier.
Jack Dickson.
R. C. Muncaster.
S. Haile.
G. A. Carmichael.
R. S. Hall.
Wm, Hocker.
D. W. Tompkins.
Mrs. L. Horne.
Mrs. E. A. Hickson Hickson-Airs.
Airs. Hickson-Airs. L. L. Horne.
T. H. Johnson.
J. J. Gerig.
E. C. Bennett.
II. D. Stokes.
Geo. K. Robinson.

-The I.at lllokhoue," Two Reel In-'

lian Feature, Temple Tonight
Still they come, those great licens licensed
ed licensed features, the kind you don't want
to miss. "The Last Blockhouse," our
special tonight in two reels, is a story
of pioneer days, depleting the exciting
struggles of the white man and In Indian,
dian, Indian, intermingled with a beautiful
love story. The comedy pictures are
"Pete the Artist" and "Keeping Up Ap Appearances."
pearances." Appearances." "The Sands of Time" is a
Selig drama. If you haven't already
got the "Temple habit." you had better
acquire it for you don't know what you
are missing and a little advice to those
who don't know COME EARLY ONLY
S00 SEATS.
Three Feature nrris l ash Prize, Ideal
Tonight
Mrs. Brlnon won the cash prize at
!he Ideal last night. Tonight's pro program
gram program of excellent pictures embraces
Tiie Quarrel, one of those pretty little
stories that pleases old and young;
Who's the Bos, one of Power's pleas pleas-big
big pleas-big comedies which produce continu continuous
ous continuous laughter. A Girl from the Coun Country
try Country is a comedy drama of exceptional
merit and is sure to be appreciated.
The usual cash prize will be given
wnv also. Tomorrow the Ideal pre presents
sents presents The Long Strike," a magnificent
feature of tw thousand feet of film in
two parts.

This bank realizes its duties to the public, and endeavors' at all times to
render all possible assistance in time of need.
Its loans have been distributed in small amounts over a large territory, en enabling
abling enabling the farmers to make their crops.
We are cognizant of the fact that the prosperity of all classes depends up?
on the farms of our country.
We have endeavored to be of service to the community at large, beliveing
that "bread cast upon the waters will return."

The

unroe & CttaniMiss Bank
OCALA, FLORIDA

A copy of "The Breeder's Gazette,"
Commodore Goodwin's great farm pa paper,
per, paper, la to hand. Of course all of the
commodore's friends know it Is a great
and good paper, a genuine farmer and
stockman's paper, not an advertising
sheet -with second-hand agricultural
advice sandwiched between the ads.
But what is of particular interest in
tthe Issue of May 14 is entirely sensi sensible
ble sensible and non-partisan editorial on the
tariff. If we could all view it in the
santf light It would do away with the
eeosless and expensive bickering that
takes up so much of the time of the
American public.

XOTK E TO SCHOOL TRUSTEES
A X D SUPERVISORS

SEVER I. DREW FIXES
I RECORDER'S COURT

Gentlemen: I desire to call your at attention
tention attention to the necessity of making our
arrangements with our teachers for
the coming term at as early date as
practicable. Please take up the mat matter
ter matter and make your recommendations
at the earliest convenient date.
I wish to further call attention to a
regulation of t he board which provides
that no teacher holding lower than a
first grade certificate will be paid more

The case against Alex Wood for
finding in a false fire alarm, and Gor Gordon
don Gordon Moorehead, Willie Pierce. R. E.
Allen ntu2 Clyde Fincher as accessor accessories,
ies, accessories, drew a lafe audience at the re recorder's
corder's recorder's court tli in morning. The tes testimony
timony testimony had been gone oyer Q Tuesday
morning lesion and judgment j-f-served
until this morning. The fvl
lowing fines were imposed by Record Recorder
er Recorder Izlar: Alex Wood $5 and costs;
Gordon Moorehead .$10 and costs, Wil Willie
lie Willie Pierce $25 and costs; R. E. Alen ?25
and costs; Clyde Fincher $25 and costs.
The first three named paid their fines,
Allen and Fincher were less fortunate
and in default of payment were placed
in the city lock-up.
Sam James was assessed 110 ami
costs on a d. and d. charge.

J. F. JEXKIXS,

G. K. WILLIAMS,

K. M. WILLI IMS.

J

JB JEWICIW & CO.
General Building Contractors

303 Osceola Street, Ocala, Fla. PHONE 389. Block Northeast of Iotoffire.
THE VERY BEST OF EVERYTHING IX BUILDING COXSTltl'CTIOX
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 Plas-rering,
rering, Plas-rering, Roofing, Blacksmithing, Special Iron Work, and all other branches of building.
ie Offer to the Trade Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hoofing, Sewer Pipe, Plumbing and Steam Fitting Supplies and
Building Brick, Both Common and Pressed.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS.

Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale,
For Rent and Similar Local Needs

FOR IIET Offices in Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to payis & Martin.
FOR SALE A brass frame cot and
felt mattress, Jifce new, apply to Star
office.

ROOMS FOR RENT Furnished
rooms for light housekeeping1, phone
216, Fort King Ave., and a four room
eutl"e with gas. 5-5-lm

WANTED To trade new player
piano, standard make, for real estate,
city or country, or will sell at a bar bargain,
gain, bargain, cah or easy terms. Address,
"Piano," care bo 328. 5-7-12t

NOW IS THE TIME

TO ORDER

Breakfast Bacon, Boiled Ham, Dried Beef,
Boneless Ham and Bologna Sausage. 4
Any of the above sliced thin to suit your taste on
modern slicing machine.

ALSO

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Frefch Vegetables.'
Phone 108 VV, H. MARSH, City Market

HRRXAXDO tOl'XTV CASE

IX CIRCUIT COURT

The circuit court ig still at work to
day on the case brought up from JJer

nando county in which the ownership

of bl valuable piece of property in

urooKsvuje jnvoived. ine case is

docketed as Marie Sherlock et al vs. B.

C. Bell et al. Mr. ft. U Anderson of
this city, and Mr, T, L, Hancock fit

Brooksville, are plaintiff's representa

tives, while Mr. J. C. DaVant of

Brooksville, represents the defense

The jury is composed of J. D, Mgtcalf,

B. F. Leitner, E. T. Helvenaton. T, I.

Arnold, T. J. Barnes and Albert Mc

Clain. Quite a few witnesses have al

ready been examined in the case and

several others are to be heard this aft aft-rnoon.
rnoon. aft-rnoon. The cage began yesterday

morning, and will in all probability be

argued by the attorneys late today.
SCIENTIFIC DISPOSAL OF SEWAGE

It becomes more and more apparent,
as time goes on, that there will have to
be ,tnJ Innovation in the city govern government
ment government of Ocala. The city has now the
best system of government a town
could have its affairs are. looked

The secretary of the Board of Trade

has received the following interesting

paper:

Ocala, Fla., May 21, 1913.

Mr, J. D. Rooney. Ocala. Fla.

Dear Sir: Learning yesterday that

if the sewerage bill, now pending be

fore the present session of the legis

lature, passes, all the bored wells ad

other modes of disposing of the city's
sewerage, will have to be abandoned,

and the question will naturally arise,
what can be done with Ocala's sewer

age? If you will kindly pardon the
liberty I am taking, I will call your

attention to a plan with which you are
probably familiar, and which has been
brought to my notice by reading ar articles
ticles articles on irrigation, the reclamation of
waste lands and the uses to which ov overflows
erflows overflows may be put among the Chinese,
who are adepts in the disposition of
such matters. They build reservoirs
into which the sewerage of their in interior
terior interior towns and cities is run. After it

after by a council selected from among

Its leading citizens, who look after its ha been properly filtered and treated
business as they would after their to such chemicals as shall destroy the
own, and serve without pay. Its evi- dangerous germs which would menace
.dent however, that this state of affairs the health of the community, the wa wa-tannot
tannot wa-tannot continue forever. Even now, ter from these reservoirs eaw then be

the amount of work that a councilman
must do is great from thirty to forty
veejngs in the year he must sacrifice
his rst, business or pleasure to the
dAty'm affairs, not to speak of commit committee
tee committee work that takes up not a little of
his daytime. If the city paid these
nine men what their services are
worth, it would make the expense
hopelessly exceed the revenue. And
the extent and Intricacy of their ser services
vices services constantly Increases. If the

present system continues, as the city
.grows larger and its affairs grow with
It. It will either have to pay the al aldermen
dermen aldermen big salaries, or accept cheap
men, who will take out more than the
worth of their services in graft. The
Btar has always been opposed to com commission
mission commission government. It has noticed
that wherever a commission has been
In power for any length of time, It has
degenerated into an autocracy, against
which the people had no redress except
thru a difficult and often futile appeal
to the legislature. The Star thinks,
however, that It would be a good idea
to put the business affairs of a city like
Ocala In the hands of a general man man-Ajrer,
Ajrer, man-Ajrer, who would be responsible to ths

used for irrigation or other purposes
to which excess water may be put,
while the deposits extracted from the
water as It is filtered and purified, may
be distributed over the outlyinsr lands,
enriching them so that more than one
crop can easily be raised during a sea season.
son. season. If a reservoir could be built for
each ward of our town, then the Irri Irrigation
gation Irrigation pipes could reach out from all

points to the farms surrounding us.
thereby giving the city a revenue. If
the state would start an experimental

station, syndicates colonize the nearby
country we would have the truck farms
of the state, and quite a reputation.
This all sounded very alluring to me
as I read a history of China. but
whether it could be made practicable
here or not, you of course could best
judge. Respectfully,
Mrs. O. T. Green.

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WAITPP Woman for companion
and working' housekeeper. Two in
family- Good wages. Pnly best need
apply, E- A. Pavenport, BelUvipw,
Fla. 5-13-8td ltw

FOR SALE Two-cylinder l'9J0 mod mod-el
el mod-el Maxwell runabout, recently over overhauled;
hauled; overhauled; in perfect condition. For sale
cheap. Apply at Star office. 5-15-6t

LOST Masonic blue lodge pin. Be Be-jlieved
jlieved Be-jlieved to have been lost at A. C. L.
1 passenger station. Finder leave at this
! office. 5-15-6td

HOUSE FOR RENT A six room
i cottage for rent, $12.50 per month, near
jhigh school building. Apply to Miss
IRena Smith, phone 466. 5-14-6td

WANTED A young lady to work in
soda fountain and ice cream store out
of town. Apply to the Anti-Monopoly

Drugstore.

5-16-6t

FOR RENT Furnished rooms with
all modern conveniences; close in.

Phone 378. 5-17-tf

AUTO FOR SALE A strictly first first-class,
class, first-class, second-hand, two-cylinder Max Maxwell
well Maxwell runabout for sale at a great big
bargain. Tihs is one of the cars that
made the Maxwell famous. Apply at
Star office if interested. 5-17-6dt
MONEY TO LOAN A customer asks
us to loan $1000, $2000 or $3000 for
three years at 8 per cent. Security
must be gilt edge. The Munroe &
Chambliss Bank, 5-20-2td

I FOR SALE At reasonable price, one
j cream colored mare, harness and rubber
i tired buggy; or Maxwell runabout. All
i in good condition. No need for both,
iand will sell either outfit. Apply to II.
P. Bitting, at Tydings drugstore. 5 30 3t

j FOR SALE A residence at a bar bar-'jrain.
'jrain. bar-'jrain. Six rooms besides kitchen and
jbath room; electric lights; all modern
; conveniences; large yard; beautiful
jshade trees; garden; chicken yard;
! servant's house. Apply to 416 S. Lime
;pt, Pcala. 5-20-12td
.
i FOR RENT The entire house or a
part, furnished or unfurnished. Will
jfent same for a year or longer. Apply
I to 212 Orange Ave. 5-20-6td

HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE.
We have just received a carload of tho 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 roods don't make
good we will.
fCIVIC5MX Sz LANG

UNITED CONFEDERAT

VETERANS' REUN

C&ajlanooga, Tcnn., May 27, 28 and 29, 1913

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promotes cheerful spirits and restores
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Official Kouie of Headquarters and Second Florida Division

U. L. v.
ROUND TRIP FARE FROM OCALA $12.00
PROPORTIONATELY LOW TRIP ItAT I" FROM OTHER POIXTS IN
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GOING RETURNING
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Furniture, Pianos
and Sates.
Baggage Service
the Best.

We Sell
BEAVER BOARD,
Superior to Piaster
' or Celling' in
QnaWy or Price.
Investigate.
Phone 296

OUIHINE AND IRGII-THE EIOST
EFFECTUAL GENERAL TOKiC
Grove's Tasteless ctlil Ton.'c Cc? -!r bcth
in Tasteless form. The Ouirir.c.:vs5
out Malaria and the Iron tuilJs up
the System. For Adults cni
Children.

by express ev-

Tne special train will consist of m oltrr vtibule coaehe. and Pullman
drawing room sleeping cars, and will be personal! v accompanied bv a repre representative
sentative representative of the- Passenger Department of the Southern Kailwav. Alo, the
undersigned Representatives of that line will he glad to furnish anv addi additional
tional additional particulars and make Pullman reservations.
i .V AWtT',CK T' P- C" U- 'KTTIT, I. I A JarkMOBTllle, Fin.
h. II. I I $., T. I. A Tampa, Fla.; J. 1.. Jir.KK, A. ii. l A Atlanta, Ga.

ties, which they

ery whre.
T' i--5 rm.-ly is effective in the cure
of uart-ne.-.-, coughs, colds, lazrippe.

i pleurisy, pneumonia and all diseases of

the respiratory organs.
For sale at all leading drrsstores or
write Magnolia Remedy Company, St.
Augustine, Fla., I. S. A.. Box 754. V1.

You know what you are takincr when
you take GROVE'S TASTELF.SS chill
TONIC, recognized for 30 years through throughput
put throughput the South as the :: n' '.irfl ililaria,
Chill and l erer I;r t. :J C entral
Strengthening Tor;.-. : s.ir .ngas
the strongest bitter t'i .: rt you do net
tate th2 bitter beriu't t' e ir.n dients
do not dissolve in JLh? month hut do dis dissolve
solve dissolve readily in the acids of the st raach.
Guaranteed b v your Druggist. We mean
it. 50c.

BELIEVES PAIN AND HEALS
AT THE SAME TIME
The Wonderful, Old Reliable Dr. Porter's
Antiseptic Healing OIL An Antiseptic
Surgical Dressing discovered by an
Old R, R. Surgeon. Preyents Blood
Poisoning.
Thousands of families know it already,
and a trial will convince you that DR.
rORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALINO
OIL, is the most wonderful remedy ever
discovered for Wounds, Burns, Old Sores,
Ulcers. Carbuncles, Granulated Eye Lids.
Sore Throat, Skin or Scalp Diseases and
all wounds and external diseases whether
slight or serious. Continually people are
finding new uses for this famous old
remedy. Guaranteed by your Druggist

v. e mean it. Z5c, 50c, f 1.00

There is Only One "BRO.MO QUININE" That is LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE
Look for sign ature of E. W. GROVE on every box. Cures a Cold in One Day. 25c



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OCAIA kVEXViO STAKy WEDNESDAY, SlAY 21, 1913
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an account ? mM

oAev7save v 1f

you money

OCALA 111

Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.

Box files at the Court Pharmacy 6-12

Everybody attend the
Trade meeting this evening

Board of

Mr. and Mrs. D. X. Dorr of Juliette
w-re at the Oeala House yesterday.

IMPORTANT MEETING
THIS EVENING

The ladies are particularly invited to
attend the Board of Trade meeting this

Hoard of Trade Member and Other

( iiirn at the Coartkouxe to Din--uw
Matter of Moment
to Oeala
As will be seen by the advertise advertisement
ment advertisement elsewhere, the Board of Trade
will hold a meeting at the courthouse
this evening. and hopes that a
large number of citizen. will attend,
as many affairs of vital importance to
our city's interest are to be discussed.

evening.

Secretary Rooney of the Board of
Trade returned last niht from Tallahassee.

I'MOV M DV SC HOOL
PICMC

M VY 29

Yes. .Mr. Cromer is the dry cleaner.

The I'nion .Sunday school picnic will
be held this year at Lake Weir. Mr. D.
I'. Melvt-r has put the docks and bath bathhouse
house bathhouse at his fine home. "Idlewild,"

A man's wife is the best partner he has got if
he only gives her a CHANCE. Give your wife a bank
account and a share of your confidence and she will
save your money. That is no sentimental theory.
E. H. HARRIMAN left a vast fortune. HIS WIFE
had a share in making it; he left it to her, knowing
her ability to handle it.
Give YOUR wife a bank account; she can save
your money.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay per cent Interest on Savings Accounts

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He cleans and presses ladies' and Men's UIJH" mere ai tne uisposai or the com com-eluthes.
eluthes. com-eluthes. Telephone 451. 5-21-6t mittee. consequently the picnic prom-
jises to be the most enjoyable for years.
Vinol the ideal tonic for either sum- The picnic train will leave the Coast

mer or winter complaints. Its home in
Ocala is the Court Pharmacy. 6-12

Line depot at 7 a. m. Thursday. May
2i. and carry the crowd to Oklawaha,
from where they will go to the picnic

Greater Ocala will be discussed at sroun.i iy noat, car and carriage,
the Hoard of Trade meeting this eve-l"11'1 forget the date.

ning

SPECIAL COUNCIL. MEETING
TOMOKIUV AFTEIINOON

m m us

If you have any Items for this de department,
partment, department, call Phone 106.

Mr. Melvin Perry, n student of the
Phi Sigma College, left for his home at
Edgar today.

The Dodge Co. has displayed

usual good taste in decorating the In In-terior
terior In-terior of the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore

In Tulula Lodge l O. O

A special meeting of the. city council
has been called for tomorrow after-

its j noon. Judging from the wording of

the call this meeting is the outcome of
the present status of matters at the
fire station.

F. last night

Mr. H. U. Luffmai trod the well well-known
known well-known road to Jerkcho.

! TWO reel i.vdiax feat the,
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,"TIIE LAT HLOC KIIOl SE,M TKMI'LK i

LOCI. LEGISLATION

The city toumdl met in regular ses

sion Tuesday evningAviib-H mem mem-Uera.
Uera. mem-Uera. excepts theLrklent. Mr. IwA.

j TOM GUT. Adv.

Wafers, macaroons, kisses and other

I fancy cakes may always be hadi at
Carter's Bakery. And they're always
; fresh. 5-l4-ltcI f

i
Seven cars loaded with watermelons
passed thru the city Tuesday from te te-Soto
Soto te-Soto county on their way to the north

ern markets.

You can find everything In the latest
styles for men at Harley Bros. Next
door to Western Union Telegraph of office.
fice. office. 5-17-12t

Weathers, nresen

The Ocala Wafer Company filed a
communication Accepting the city's of offer
fer offer of $42,50fir the water works,
agreeing to turfi over the property
July 1 if the city would assume the
taxes for l!)13.The proposition was
accepted with the proviso that the city
would pay half the taxes for the year
i:i: if the company would agree to

jay the other half.

Three ballots were taken for city
marshal, resulting each time in four
votes fur Ii. C. Carter and four votes
for A. J. Brigance. Election was de deferred
ferred deferred until next regular meeting.

FOR

i Godchaux's Linen Suits at Harley
Bros, will keep you cool. Norfolk and
! other styles. Next door to Western
Union Telegraph office. 5-l?'I2t

TO REORGANIZE IIOY SCO ITS

All the men in the city 'nt&rested in
the boy scout movement are requested

: I to meet Secretary Kooney at the Board
La,me back 13 visually caused by j of Trade rooms Friday at 3 p. m to
rheumatism of the muscles of the I take steps to reorganize the Ocala
back, for which you will find nothing branch.

better than Chamberlain's Liniment.
For sale by Sl dealers. Ad-

at i ii oemwa aLaa eJtJa

WW IjJJjMd.

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TOMGUT. Alv,

EAVIERV STAR SEWING CIRCLE

r

Mrs. J. II. Spencer was the pleasins

I'EMIM.E hostess on Tuesday afternoon of the

Eastern Star Sewing Circle
The ladies spent the time in sewing
and chatting.
During, the afternoon Mrs. Spencer

o. j'i'- w .servea aencious pimento eneese sana-

wiches, cakes and punch. She was as-

If you want good bread and otherUicti v,,- au,. t.,i t

' 1 1 3 A f 1 T-1

oanery prouucis go u wiriers V rine and little Mamie Sue.

ery -l-&tA I Next Tuesday afternoon the circle

I will be entertained by "Mrs. Geo. M;ct

Gahagin.

Call or phone the Court Pharmacy
for your quick and accurate prescrip prescription
tion prescription service. Phone 284. 6-12

Sewlnc Party for MImn Davis and Mtwa
ni(m
Delightfully informal and thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly enjoyable was the pretty party giv given
en given at 4 o'clock this afternoon by Miss
Hope Robinson in compliment to Miss Misses
es Misses Elizabeth Newsom and Sarah Davis,
whose marriages take rdace on June
11th.
The parlor, living room and hall
where Miss Robinson entertained her
guests were prettily decorated with

quantities of oleanders and nastur

tiums and other flowers intermingled

with delicate sprays of asparagus fern.

Numbers of cup towels were cut for

hemming and while doing this delight

ful work the young ladies had a merry

time chatting and enjoying candies.

which had been placed in bon-bon
dishes on the tables. When the towels
were completed they were equally
divided and presented to the honorees,
who will add them to their linen chests.
Ice cream ami cake composed the re refreshing
freshing refreshing course served by Miss Robin Robinson
son Robinson assisted hy her sister, Mrs. Mills Mills-Price
Price Mills-Price and mother, Mrs. Robinson,
when the sew.'ng had been laid aside.
With the cream were daiity little flow flower
er flower pots filled with candies.
Those present were Misses Newsom,
Davis, Minnie Stovall, Hester Dewey,
Alice Bullock, Clara Johnson, Mary
and Anna McDowell, Adele Bittinger,
Virginia Harrell, May Camp, Bessie
MacKay. Bettie Mclver, Fannie and
Rosebud Robinson, Eugenia Fuller,
Nellie Gottlieb, Josie Bullock, Ellen
Clarkson, Marguerite Porter, Hallie
Le Marie Van Engelken, Mrs, Violet
Powers, Miss Tierce and Miss Atkinson.
Hecltal Friday Evening;

ECUMITY SERVICE

We ask for new accounts because we are capahle
of rendering the best banking service, and because
we-offer that high measure of security that appeals
to the prudent and conservative people of this com community.
munity. community. Your banking business carefully and. promptly
transacted. Large resources, a strong Board of Direc Directors
tors Directors and capable management are but a few of the
many features that commend, this bank to one con considering
sidering considering the opening of a bank account.

THE OCALA NATIONAL

JNO.

CAPITAL FULL. PAID IX VTSM.
EL D. 8TOKK3. Cahlar.
L, EDWARBg, Prt. CLARENCE CAJKP. T!a Pra.

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South Atlantic League,
Every Evening.
Heating's Bufif ef

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20c Tin Robin Hood Sliced Apricots.- 15c
30c Tin Robin Hood Apricots 25c
20c Tin Royal Scarlet Tomatoes t?c
30c Tin Robin Hood Pears --25c
35c Package Royal Scarlet Raisins... 25c

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Tea Pott

Mr. V, L Uichmotid and daughter,
Miss Edith, of Umatilla, were at the
Ocala House last night.

Trailing Arbutus, a new talcum pow-

ider for Rexall stores. At the Posto.t-

flee Drugstore. Adv.

BMUM-HKNDHIX

The following Invitation has been
received by friends of the gifted mus musician:
ician: musician: Miss Cecile Downs presents. Mrs. R.
R. Carroll, Mrs. Mary Eagleton, Mrs. J.
P. Galloway. Miss Gladys Drake, Miss
Elizabeth Davis, Miss Emma Lee
Bridges, sopranos; Mrs. Raymond Sapp,
mezzo soprano; Mrs. L. F. Blalock,
contralto; Mr. Frederick Pezzullo, Mr.

illiam Camp, baritones, in recital iy

.May u, o clock, Christian church.
You and your friends are invited.
The program is in two parts and in includes
cludes includes the following selections:
The Spring Has Come.... White
Mrs. Eagleton
(a) A Pocket Handkerchief to Hem; (b)
A Motherless Soft Lambkin Homer
Miss Drake
The Dandelion Protheroe
Miss Davis
The Call Andrews
AVhen Love Is Away Saar
Mrs. Galloway
Kelle Nult ..Offenbach
Mr. Pezzullo
(a) If Huhn
(b) O Rose, That Lay Upon Her
Breast .;. Salter
Mrs. Carroll
(a) You and I. La Forge
b) The Swan Salter
(c) Elysium Speaks
Mrs. Sapp
a) The Little Blue Pigeon Hadley
(b) The Doll's Wooing Hadley
Miss Bridges
a) Laddie .Thayer

THE

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see our window

Should be in EVERY HOME. We are agents for this i

Celebrated Dress "Fitting" Fornvand we invite every

lady in Marion County to visit our store and see this ?
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PHONE 40

B. MASTERS CO,
P. O. BOX 277

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T..- '..'Ii. .11. .'.? .'Vi

i Big rt of brnd new designs in wash

;ues iui in ai tuvtrs Harrington iiani

j Halerdas)iery. They

fast colors, and the

centa,

!

rs' Harrington Hall! 1 r c Tfh,at,n?; 1 h? brMe wa
; are all guaranteed i M,ss ,.'"1,lh "ndrlx jfnd the groom M
price is two for 25 Overly C PUtV, ft P.litchton. Th
-17-3td t wedding wcs witnessed by the relative

two itr.Hii ini fi: mi hi;,
"TIIR LAS'lf III.OCKIIOI Sr TKMl'Ll-:
KIMtillT. Adv.

Geo. B. 1'pchurch, a Jacksonville
capitalist, interested in Marion county
lands, was at the Ocala House last
night.

If it isn't an Eastman, It isn't a
kodak. Kodaks and Brownies, all sizes
and prices, at Gerig's drugstores. Ad.

Big lot of brand new designs In wash
ties just in at Rivers' Harrington Hall
Haberdashery. They are all guaranteed
fast colors, and the price is two for 25
cents. 5-17-3td

OCALA,

Phones 16-174

FLORIDA

The ladies' missionary society of the
Presbyterian church will meet tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock with Mrs.
V. H. Dodge.

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Mr, K. U. Rivers in his advertise

men! elsewhere in today's paper makes

an offer of special interest to our ball
players. He has offered a handsome
outfit of prizes to the batter who "puts
over" the longest hit in tomorrow's
game.

'Sunday afternoon at":S:30 o'clock a n Ij3st Night ..Kjerulf

v.-ry quiet but impressive wedding was Mrs. Blalock

performed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tb Vagabond Thayer,

L. T. Hendrix at Pleasant Hill, Rev. A. William Camp

L. Prisoc of flciatin;?. The bride was

Mr. Mrs. John Mathews has returned to;

The Candler after a visit to her husband's

es family, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mathews.

ot ihe bridej,nd groom. The young

I-eopie are very pQ1)uiar ana tneir many Mattve Williams, who went to

and ia,.b

tH. returned yesterday. In Jack

sonville Mij; Williams was joined by

me h.oanl or irar tnlS mommg Mr Civiv Ivor anH crn n narroll nt

received another1 fine box of tomates, Atlanta, wTba accompanied her home'

. : i . At:., t v. ai. j I l

,, .is iMnn, me unxniaiiu for a phort vsit. Mrs. Ayer came espe-

cnarming rtaugnter or. Mr. and Mtfs. J. riallv to binresent at the marriaare of

. Davis of Summerfleld, and a b

in the tomato elub work. The t

toes were almost Immediately taken

a good price ny Mr. waiter Marsh or

the market.

friends extend tlieir god wishes
congratulations

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derlh(r brother-in-law. Dr

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Miss Sarah Davis on June eleventh. V

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As an incentive to the Ocala and DuniClIon
Baseball Boys to do some heavy hitting in
Thursday's game, and also to get better acquaint acquainted
ed acquainted a half dozen Barker's Pure Linen Collars-
and a choice of any Necktie in the house will be
given the batter who makes the longest drive
during the game.

Mrs. J. C. Ley is the guest of her

son, Rev. J. B. Ley and family.

A lnn? ditanpp nhnns mpssao-ft from

Dunnellon this morning told Manager The study class of the Woman's
u .v,. Club of which Mrs. D. W. Davis is

nuaici l iitc v'idia i'iruciii Ltrctui (.1141,
the phosphate city nine would be here chairman, Mrs. B. IT. Seymour vice
for long deferred vengeance tomorrow chairman and Mrs. H. C. Groves treas-
aftHnoon. The around are In -nod urer' neld its last meeting for the

sliane. the rdavers are in fine fettle and summer Tuesday afternoon at the club

on han,ic o,i oi, n .fh. room. The class has made a study of

game,

The Harrington Hall Haberdasher. i

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and the cook should see the

American literature during tne winter.

using "A Manual of American Liter-

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XUHF lilltJIC' CUUU'J UJ 1IICUUU1C 3iaillUW aim j

other rnvmoers or cornen university,'

as its text book.

TWO Hi:!:!. INDIAN

'TH K LAST HLOCKIIOl "SK," TK1IPLE
TON If! I IT. Adv.

mm

Red, Buff, Gray and
Common Building

TWO KFiEL INDIAN FKVTIHK,

"THK LAST IlLOCKHorsiV' TKMPLr,

TONIGHT. Adv.

The pupils of the Phi Siyma College

will leave in the morning on the Ocala

Northern train for Silver Springs, to

spend the day fishing, bathing and hv-

ihg a good time generally. There will

be about twenty-five in the party and

they will be chaperoned by Prof, and

Mrs. Looney and Miss Lois Ellis.

Five f.arties held in the eouny Jail Mr. Walter T Liddell. an alumnus

for the past fe wdays in connection of the Ocala High School of 0, will;

with thp murder of John T'avnp last I graduate from the John B. Stetson

1

Saturdav night have been released. I niversity next Tuesday.

Sufficient evidence has been obtained

by the sheriff's office to prove the In- Going to Leesburg this morning for

nocence of these suspects and the guilt the day were Mrs. -William Hocker and!

of another. Conclusive evidence is now her suest. Mrs. W. B. Young of Jack

sonville, Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, Mrs. Jack j

Camp, Mrs. D. E. Mclver, Mrs. C. Ti. I

Tydings, Mrs. Ti. T. Perdue, Mrs. T. "W.

Davis and Messrs. Norton Davis, Robert

Tydings and LaGrange Sistrunk, the
last three driving the cars. They went

especially to attend the board of direc

tors" meeting of the F. F. W. C.

on hand as to the guilty party and the

officers believe tnat before another day

passes they will have him safely be

hind the bars.

Moose meet Thursday everlng.

Mr. P. F. Condon went to Umatilla

yesterday with a fine, five-passenger

Heo car for Mr. W. L Richmond. While

returning from Umatilla, in the car, ac

companied by Mr. Richmond and his

daughter, Miss Edith, the party ran

into a terrific thunderstorm, which

made things exceedingly uncomforta

ble for awhile.

Last night in spite of the r.iu ihere

was a good crowd ou; to ire the pic

tures at the Temple theater. The pic

tures are af the best and each eve

ning's program seems to he better than

the last. Last night's feature. "A Mi

h lionaire Cowbov," was simply great

showing some very fine broncho bust

! u aim itncs rwiBS.

WE CHISEL HIGH PRICES DOWN WHEN WE FIRST
PUT PRICES ON OUR HARDWARE. BUV YOUR HARD HARDWARE
WARE HARDWARE FROM US AND KNOW THE PRICE IS RIGHT,
WE LOCK OUR CUSTOMERS TO US BY SELLING
THEM NONE BUT HARD WEARING HARDWADE.
THEN WE'VE GOT THE GOODS. YOU CAN GET IT
AT OUR STORE.

ordware Co.,

Phone 118.
Ocala, Florida.

The Ocala lodge Knights of PythU

(has presentedlMessrs. Chiiie God God-jdard
jdard God-jdard and Jdhip. Thompson with pret

ty emaim anas as toKens or appre

ciation for splendid work they

have been doing in securing applica.

itions for membership in the rdr

late.

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If yu belch up a bitter tasting liquid
it is a sign of bad digestion. A dose
or two of HERBINE will correct the
disorder. It stimulates digestion and
purifies the bowels. Prce 50 cents.

Sold by all druggists. Ad

! Now 13 the time to get ria or your

I rheumatism. You can do it by apply

ing Chamberlain's Liniment and mas

saging the parts freely at each ap

plication For sale by all dealers. Ad

Inks in any sle and kind at the

Court rharmacy. 6-12

3

3 eans Van Camp's soup 25c

" beans 25c
" Hominy 25c
" Mince Meat -25c

" Sunbeam shrimp 25
lb n Soda 5

t-ans small flat Salmon 35c
" large M ..30c
' tall Salmon 30c
" Argo large Salmon 45c
" Ocean Gem tall ... 20c
TRY OUR
Hotel Astor Coffee
SOMETHING FINE
40 cts. per Pound
LORD CALVERT
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
CAi-IHOlflAS

Large Stock, Prompt Shipment
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
v. m wm v -mm

A. C. CON YEfCS, Ja-cksonvmeJFIa

McIVER & MacRAY

Mrs. Townley Porter of Lady Lake is
in the city, the gruest of Dr. and Mrs.

Walter Hood.

fr. and Mrs. Chas. F. Flippen return

ed today froi their wedding, trip and

nessee. Tptjrare making their home

with Mrs. plippen's grandparents, Mr.

and Mrs. G. A. Carmichael.

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Miss Louise Eooe will entertain the

Philathea class Thursday evening at

the home of her mother, Mrs. B. IL

SejTnour.

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PHONE 163

the

Mr.

tne

Mrs. F. 11. Anderson and two little

dausrhters of Union Springs. Ala., are

uests of Mrs. Anderson's brother,

T. W. Brown and family.

Miss Minnie Pfeiffer. who has been

guest of. her sister. Mrs. r. j. ii.

Weihe for the past two weeks, left

yesterday for Jacksonville for a two

weeks visit with Prof. Karl "tt'eihe,

before returning to her home at Louis

ville, Ky.

Yesterday a very pleasant day was

nt at Silver Springs by Lr. t K.

McClane. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Adcock,

Miss Rena Kate Adcock. Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Adcock and two sons, Elmer and

Louis. Fishing and bathing were en

joyed. The p?rty went down the run

about ten miles in the morning, re returning
turning returning in the afternoon.
Mrs. Henry Edward Schoeflin, who
has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Port
V. Leavengood for the past week, re returned
turned returned to her home at Fairfield this
afternoon.

VOT ni'R,
WOXT IV E A It OUT.
Wonder what'lt is? Why It's noth nothing
ing nothing more than one of those
SPKEXDID IRON BEDS
that we want you to come In and
buy. They are "things of beauty
and a Joy forever." At the same
time buy one of our
M'RI.XG MATTRESSES
You can do more sleeping in a night
on one of these mattresses than you
can In a year on some "body killers'
we know oL

spet

l.MQI E DESIGNS

in house furnishings are in demand
by those of artistic tastes. A visit
here will disclose
VMUUK FURNITURE
TH IT I DECORATIVE
but not overly dear. Merit is what
wins these days, and it's only merit
that gives us our liberal patronage.
MERIT IN FURNITURE
MERIT IN PRICE.

UNDERTAKERS AND
EMBALMER5

CONTRACTORS AND
BUILDERS

McIVER & MacKAY
OCALA, FLORIDA

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DAtA EVEXIXG TAIl, VEIAv MAv it 1013
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111 your hand you hold a
five-cent piece.
Right at the grocer's hand
is a moisture-proof pack package
age package of Uneeda Biscuit. He
hands you the package
you hand him the coin.
A trifling transaction?
No! A remarkable one for you
have spent the smallest sum that
will buy a package of good food;
and the grocer has sold you the
most nutritious food made from
flour as clean and crisp and
delicious as it was when it came
from the oven.

NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY

IF. E. IVScGH-AJME, IVS. O.
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
THE Dr. MCLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL
AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
OCALA, FLORIDA.
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr. McClane's Residence. No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block. Southwest Corner Public Square.

Call up Phone 300 and Let us Give an Estimate on Your

PLUSVIBINQ

AND ELECTR

ICAL WORK

We Guarantee to Save Yon Money on Any Work in Our Lines
As we employ aone but expert vre are la position to guarantee ev every
ery every pleee of work vre coaatruct to tttand the Inspection of tbe moat
rigid Inspectors. It cot nothing- to get our figures, and you are the
winner, whether we secure the contract or not. Give us a trial.

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OCALA, FLORIDA

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AND

FLORIDA'S LARGEST 111 BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
Sister to.
HOME HOTEL OF THE STATF
RATES
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Author of
"The Lash of Circumstance,"
"Barbara of the Snows"

(Copyright, 1913, by Harry Irrlcg Gnu)
Tne eyes or the prostrate one
opened, gazed at him for a moment
blankly, then filled with a wild light.
He struggled painfully to his feet,
gazed about, saw the crouching form
ahead and shambled onward without
speaking, March close at his heels.
For a short distance they proceeded
with no indication upon the part of
the roosting creature ahead to evi evidence
dence evidence that he either saw or heard

them, and a wild beast glare came in into
to into Clay's eyes as he drew his pistol.
Then as an awkward foot sent a stone
rolling the Flying Man glanced quick quickly
ly quickly around, saw his peril and with one
sweep of his arm swung the girl be between
tween between himself and those who were
closing in on him. Doris had evident evidently
ly evidently seen them as well, for she raised
her head for an instant, almost imme immediately
diately immediately letting it fall as she became
limp again; while her captor launch launching
ing launching himself from the point where hs
had rested bodily Into space flew
heavily along the mountain side. That
he was nearly as distressed as them themselves
selves themselves March felt convinced. Perhaps
he had flown far thai: day before pick picking
ing picking her up, perhaps her weight was
too great for him to bear by the hour,
perhaps he had been wounded by the
men of the flying machines and was
gradually losing his strength the pos possibility
sibility possibility of one or more of his conjec conjecture
ture conjecture being correct stimulated Alan
like a glass of strong wine, and his
legs becoming more limber again with
use he pressed forward nearly as rap rap-Idly
Idly rap-Idly as he had upon the beginning of
the pursuit. Tolliver, also greatly re refreshed
freshed refreshed by his short slumber and
working the stiffness from his muscles
with every step also again ran al almost
most almost lightly. Close upon each other's
heels they raced over the uneven
rocks.
They passed across a treacherous
slide of shale rock where a misstep
would have brought half a mountain
side down upon them in a roaring ava avalanche,
lanche, avalanche, then entered upon a narrow
passage where upon one side the
mountain rose sheer to the swimming
sky, while upon the other it dropped
into a sickening abyss. This scant
way they traversed with the reckless recklessness
ness recklessness of mountain sheep, and soon leav leaving
ing leaving It behind found themselves upon a
broader way. Before them sank a
gorge, slant and deep, a good mile
wide; beyond it arose the towering
heights of the table mountain towards
which they had been stumbling sjnee
the beginning of the pursuit. Acres
the gorge the flying thing was already
beating his way, and with but an in instant's
stant's instant's pause in order to pick out their
path the pursuers went scrambling
down. Dislodged rocks flew from be beneath
neath beneath their feet and with leaps of
ever increasing length clattered to
the bottom far below where they land landed
ed landed with echoing roars. In their slides
their clothing was ripped to pictur picturesque
esque picturesque rags and their bodies raked and
kinned pitiably. They reached the
bottom, scrambled across and teint
and dizzy once more began the steep
ascent. Climbing, dragging themselves
from rock to rock, often upon their
bands and knees, blinded by sweat,
gasping, they slowly mounted until a
steep field of jumbled masses split
from the peaks by the erosion and
lightnings of untold ages lay before
them, and over this ghastly field of
unutterable desolation and brooding
silence they went in a last heart
breaking scramble until they reached
the base of the final cliffs that arose
at sheer as a wall for hundreds of
feet to the broad, flat surface of the
mountain's summit. Clay staggering
to the face of the cliff pointed despair despairingly
ingly despairingly upward. His face was that of
an old man, furrowed and drawn,
ghastly pale, his mouth open, his eyes
wild and rolling. Alan's glance fol followed
lowed followed the raised finger. Two hundred
feet above them and struggling des desperately,
perately, desperately, sometimes striking the cliff
with his pinions, sometimes falling
back a few feet, but always recovering
himself and mounting higher, the one
whom they had chased throughout
that awful day was bearing his prey
yard by yard to the height above.
Then with a last desperate effort he
reached the summit, hovered a second
at its edge and then disappeared, a
smothered cry of triumph falling like
a knell upon the ears of those who
gasped below. Horror-stricken and
utterly spent both of the pursuers
sank upon the stones with the soul
sickness of despair upon them.
March staring with sunken eyes
across the broad gulch which they had
last slid Into and with Infinite toil
worked their way out of, could from
the height at which he sat see mites
of tbe tortuous course along which
they had lashed themselves by pure
strength of will. Yonder was the
mountain side with its devil's trap of
Inclined shale across which they had
crept as one might creep the steep
c!d of a roof, hitching themselves
along with the slow painfulness of
wounded men upon a battlefield. There,
also, was the barrow trail along the
ledge of overhanging rock where a
etumble would have landed them in
shapeless masses hundreds of feet be below.
low. below. Back at that, dim in the dis distance,
tance, distance, was the huge boulder by the
eide of which he had fought his bitter
battle against the stupor of exhaustion
as he panted himself back to life while
Tolliver had slept, back of that again
and Interminably away the ragged
crest over which they had staggered
as they arose from the other gorge
with its chaotic bottom of fallen rock
masses. What a distance they had
come what incredible efforts they
had put forth with all the world swing swinging
ing swinging in a blood red mist before their
glazed eyes; what tortures of mind
and body they had endured and all to
now be baffled by a mere matter of
hundreds of feet! And Doria still in

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tne bands of that foul monster wno
now safe in his eyrie no longer need
be held back by the restraint of fear.
Doris! Doris! Great God, what could
he do! It seemed as though he must
go mad in his agony. His hands
clenched until they were white and
bloodless and he bit his lips until the
blood came to keep from crying out outright
right outright to the brooding cliffs. The nau nausea
sea nausea of horror gripped his stomach un until
til until he became deathly ill and shivered
as one with the ague, the cold per perspiration
spiration perspiration bursting from his brow, weak
as a cat. He rolled over upon his face
with his fingers buried in his hair,
fighting back the deathly faintness
with all his powers of resistance. It
was too horrible to be real therefore
it must be a nightmare from which he
would presently awake, or failing in
that lose hi3 senses to a verity. Hu Human
man Human reason could not long withstand
such agony.
A noise at his side brought him to

Alan Came Crashing Down,
a sitting posture. Clay had regained
his feet and was staring about in a
bewildered way, his clothing in rags
and his lacerated hands twitching con convulsively.
vulsively. convulsively. "I have rested and now I
am going to get her," he said in a
strange voice. "I told her that I loved
her better than all else and that I
would sacrifice my life for her if it
should come to the test. Well, the
test has come and I am going to her,
come what may." He started off upon
a hobble and March, struggling to his
feet, called after him:
"Clay!"
He paused and faced about, his brow
wrinkled, staring at Alan as though
at a stranger. His tense face though
deeply drawn by fatigue and suffering
a po longer distorted as it had
keen earlier in the day, but his eyes,
deeply sunken and circled by rings as
dark as though made by blows from a
fist, glowed unnaturally. "Yes," he
said after a moment. "I know you
now You are March. What are you
doing here?" Alan, who had often
thought as he looked into the other's
eyes that some latent disorder slum slumbered
bered slumbered there, now knew that the man
was unmistakably mad. Yet undoubt

edly some reason remained and such

as it was ne would try and appeal to
It.
"Where are you going?" he asked
quietly.
"Going?" He passed his hand swift swiftly
ly swiftly in front of his eyes as though to
sweep something from in front of
them "why, I am going to get her, of
course. Where else should I be going
at such a time?" He turned as if to
start away again, but once more Alan
halted him.
"Do you know If there is a way up?"
"Most certainly, else how would I
know where to go? I scaled It once
three years ago when I was hunting
sheep. There is a way, an awful way,
and I nearly lost my life upon it. But
I climbed it opce and J shall again."
March watching him closely knew not
what to think. Mad as tbe other un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly was, there was a calm con conviction
viction conviction in his manner that left the lis listener
tener listener greatly puzzled as to whether
his disordered mind but imagined the
prior feat, or whether the remnant of
his orderly Intellect still remembered
it as a fact. Be that as it might, he
well knew that Clay was an enthusi enthusiastic
astic enthusiastic and daring hunter who had spent
many weeks among these cliffs, and It
was not at all improbable that he was
speaking of actualities. At any rate
it would do no harm to accompany
him. The cliff was hopeless of ascent
where they stood, and even though his
companion was laboring under a delu delusion
sion delusion they might stumble across some
place where they could drag them themselves
selves themselves up. He once more nerved him himself
self himself to physical effort and stepped for forward,
ward, forward, but at his first pace the face of
the other underwent a violent change.
Once more the features worked and
the mouth twitched, while his eyes
blazed like an angry wildcat's.
"Halt," he commanded fiercely.
March paused. What insane fear or
hatred had suddenly taken possession
of the other's twisted mind he had no
idea, therefore he must question him
quietly, ascertain, and then F,trlve to
reason with him. He eyed him stead steadily.
ily. steadily. "Well, what is it?" he demanded.
"I am going alone. You must re remain
main remain behind."
March slowly shook his head. "No,
you must not say that. I may be of
assistance to you, and is this not a
matter for both of us as men?" The
question seemed to infuriate the other
beyond self control.
"For both of us!" he fairly yelled.
"No, it is a matter for me alone; for
me who loves her in a way that such
as you can no more conceive than you
can conceive of pain and agony and
weeks of sleepless wretchedness
passed in calling aloud to her through
the endless hours of torturing nights.
And always you stood between us
with your silly attentions and school schoolboy
boy schoolboy declarations of puppy love. Yet
what did it gain you? Nothing but re refusal
fusal refusal upon refusal. She loves you not
at all and you shall not accompany
me up the path which I learned at the
risk of my own life for she is mine,
promised to me by betrothal my af affianced
fianced affianced wife. If you go to her find a
way of your own, but this way is mine
and mine alone.
"Oiay," said March sternly as he
took a forward step with chin thrust
out, his heart sinking nevertheless at
the other's words, "I do not believe
you. She never promised to marry
you." In an instant the madman had
whipped out his pistol and leveled it
at hi3 follower's head.
"Fool, for the last time stand back.'
Cold as death March faced him.
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iovea ner as you pretend n you were
engaged to her as you say, you would
welcome my assistance. It we rescue
her the honor shall be yours and if
she confirms your assertion I will
pever cross your paths again. But un until
til until then I yield not an inch in my right
to go to her. If you know a way up
that cliff I am going up it also, with
your permission If you will grant It,
without It If you deny me. The knowU
edge of certain death would not pre prevent
vent prevent me from going to the last step I
am able to take." He started forward
again with his eyes fixed steadily upon
the one before him, seeking to get his
hands upon him, disarm him and talk
him into a semblance of reason, but
he had underestimated the desperation
of the Insane mind that lay behind the
leveled weapon. From head to foot
Tolliver quivered like a wind
thrummed reed.
"Then if you will not listen to me
you shall die like the fool you have
always been." Heavily the weapon
spoke, and Alan reeling threw up his
hands and came crashing down upon
the rocks, while the other crouching
like a cat over its felled prey watched
him a3 intently. But no sound came
from the fallen one, no movement, and
thrusting his revolver back into his
pocket he went picking his way over
the jumbled mass, his lips muttering
and face working as his glowing eyes
sought the dizzy way up which he had
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