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.OCALA, -FLOIt IDA,. TUESDAY; MAY i7..1JU3
Oration at the Commencement Ex Ex-ercises,
ercises, Ex-ercises, May iZV, 191S, of the
Ocala High School
- MARY M. SHEPPARD
v Standing as are in this, tne
open door of tho twentieth century,
by what are we confronted? ..By. a.
world of discord, contention, and
0i strife. It seems human society is
out of tune. Capital and labor, their
hands at each other's throat, rage
in the struggle whose battleery is
.liberty and equality. Human intel intellect
lect intellect is inharmonious. Domestic life
is coming to a crash. Nation is at
war against nation,", people struggle
against people and discord is as wide
i, as the continents and bridges the
seas. The world of nature from
which rise the songs of love or the
. warbles of true worship, is shaken
by discord that almost drowns out
s the music of field and wood. The
moments glide on and the" footsteps
of time are' not heard amid the
' sounds of strife and conflict. Verily,
the words of Saint Paul are fulfilled,
- "The whole creation groaneth." But
suddenly there comes through the
lin and ; roar the re-echo of low,
y, sweet cadences, accompanied by full
voices in chorus. And above them
all there rises one clear and filled
with majestic sweetness. What is
this voice of triumph that ushers in
the glorious twentietl century? Let
us listen for a moment! The voice
grows clearer and clearer! And with
the increased, melody of the song,
light breaks through the problems of
humanity and its rays at first din::,
then brighter and brighter seem to
illuminate the, gateways of tho
world. As we catch the ever increas increasing
ing increasing strain we can detect no note of
sadness, sorrow or regret, but one
refrain of love and hope that flows
V fresh from the heart. It is filled with
the joy of life, of living, of serving!
The accompanying voices grew faint
and cease anil the melody rolls Von
md on into the ends of the universe
and is re-echoed from the vaults of
heaven. And lo! As the song goes
on the universe is hushed in, rever
ence! wnat tnen is tne Duraen oi
the song that causes nations to listen
and suffering humanity to bow its
head in worship? Whose praises are
sounded forth with such silvery
sweetness to float abroad and be
':', heard by all the world? Is it wealth,
glory, fame, honor, beauty? Are
x these given a' place in this royal song
of praise that ringsout'in this, the
beginning of the twentieth century?
Not This is one endless song of
praise for those who have chosen the
' nart in life to spend and be spent
that others may reap rich harvests of
joy, peace, comfort and gladness;
for those wrhose hearts have been laid
; on the altar and beautifully conse consecrated
crated consecrated to the Master's work; -for
those whose days are given in car carrying
rying carrying good news to ; the hungry
brother in the wilderness; to those
whose energies are spent to the end
that health and strength may come
to the wea!: and oppressed; to' those
-whose Call store-house is thrown
x open to the suffering humanity of
earth; -Co those whose life work may
be obscure and unseen by the world
but who have the sweet conscious consciousness
ness consciousness of duty well performed anda
small, but real service to mankind.
But whence comes this spirit that
hrills and rules the, twentieth cen century
tury century by her power? Look out over
the world -within our sight! See the
woman as she enlarges her home
work in a large part and places her herself
self herself in the fight for better laws, bet better
ter better education, better morals, a better
nation. Not with a view of personal
gain does she 'enter the contest, but
with a higher, nobler ideal of duty to
humanity. "With the same heavenly
love do the wealthy women of our
nation, of outlier nations give their
wealth, their time, themselves in the
great work of lending a helping hand
to the fallen brother, of comforting
and encouraging the tired, worn
traveler of life's way. Look at our
seacoast cities and study the great
work that is being done among the
-. emigrants who throng to our land of
plenty. Notice the system, the im improved
proved improved conditions of the manage management
ment management of this foreign element. Look
t at the juvenile and prison reform
work progressing so well, especially
in the western states. Does the world
realize the great service she is re receiving
ceiving receiving from those heroes? In the
political world you will see those
GC ALA'S HIGH
A Building in Which
men who yet triumph "taver tempta temptation
tion temptation and place, their ideals of honor
end loyalty before them as a guide
leading to heights of fame. "Study
still more closely the scientific work
of our nation, of the world. Days,
months, years have been given to the
study and experiment and means
have been; found for exterminating
many diseases, inventions have been
made thai have promoted the com
fort of human society, discoveries
have been' added to man's- store storehouse
house storehouse of, knowledge, in the literary
and artistic field, talent and accom accomplishments
plishments accomplishments have been surrendered to
a longing to d6 some good; to aid
the world a step upward by the
power of the pen, of the brush. You
can but feel tfce great educational
movement of the age, and the great
changes that are being made in fi finance.
nance. finance. Turn your eyes to the church churches
es churches where the work of the Master car
ries out the great ideal of love. What
spirit dominates those noble messen
gers who give up home and loved
ones to journey into distant lands and
carry glad tidings? Study, the home
life of our nation where care and
training give the world her leaders
of tomorrow. ; Consider the world as
a whole. It is seemingly a place of
war and strife, but beneath it all
there comes the true, royal spirit of
the twentieth century.
What then is this unseen spirit to
whose immortal song we are listen listening?
ing? listening? Is it the spirit of religious fervor
and enthusiasm that dominated the
sixteenth century? Doe3 it bear to
us that same message of faith that
moved the hearts of men of that day?
Is; it the spirit of "political", unrest of
the eighteenth century which with
eyes of hope saw through the strife
and contest the w ell earned prize of
liberty? No. This spirit comes not
to us with the message of faith nor
with that of hope but truly royal,
she bears to us the messuage of love
A thing clean, stron
lifts its head
by passion of
j and true up-
Above all grosser things
for sale or
Above the grasping hand
It. takes 'no bribe, it asks no recom recompense
For largeness of the heart, but, in
, accord - -
"With noblest impulses of '-soul and
In glory of the gift finds full reward.
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Thousands of Useful Men and Womein Have Received
an Education. r
It standd alone, apart, all else above.
For friendship is the .greatest, nobler
And you, my class, your faces'
radiant with hope and ; expectation
to the golden future, do you hear this
message the spirit of the twentieth
century bears to you on the wings of t
melody? You are at .the commence commencement
ment commencement of your careers', of your jour journey
ney journey out into life. This is the high
time ol your life when, I
irief goes we know not
Everything' Is happy now;
Everything is upward striving;
ao caoj- u iicii. iU UG
As for the grass to be yreen, or
the slsies tov be blue;
'Tis the natural way of living
But like Sir Launfal, the vision has
flown into your soul, dreams of
the future ideals that are to be fol followed,
lowed, followed, hopes and aspirations drive
you on. Your golden spurs are you
buckling on, in search of your Holy
Qrail. From your castle of a hun hundred
dred hundred summers you dash forth in
your unsearod helmet with that vis vision
ion vision .ever leading on. Your life path
lies before you. Some of you will
perhaps choose that road that leads
over hilly countries, rugged
toil and labor, but which brings you
in the end to the heights of a pro professional
fessional professional career. Some of you .may
traverse these hills and win for your yourself
self yourself distinction in the fields of sci science
ence science and mechanics that the world
may gain by your achievements. But
there must be the work, the upward
stops, the wait along the way. And
as you climbs upward keep Lowell's
thought with you: v v
"The longer on this earth wo live
And weigh the various qualities of men
The more we feel the high stern fea
Of plain devotedness to duty.
Steadfast and true, nor paid with mor mortal
tal mortal praise
Eut finding amplest recompense
For life's ungarlanded expense
In work done squarely and un wasted
; days." ',' r '. . ; ...
One of you will select the road that
leads to the legal profession and in
the many possibilities of that work
leave your name upon the pages of
history. But upon the heights there
are oportunities to give your work,
yourself to the great need of human humanity.
ity. humanity. And take Tennyson's thought
as your watchword when he tell3
"Be modest, kindly, all accomplish-
ed, wise with sublime repression of
Not swaying7 to this factor or, to that.
Not making high places, the lawless
Of -''winged ambition, nor a vantage
ground V ? ..
For pleasure,, but through, all this tract
. '.of -5'ear-'s Krv,
Wearinz tne white flower of a blame-
"Another of you 'will perhaps take
the path that leads to the
vTirlrt -Tint, in finance use voui
wealth for the uplift of humanity
and say with Lowell,
..yot wliat w6 give but what we share
i Forhe sift without tie River is oare
Who -gives himself with himself feeJs
himself, feeas thee,
j Himself, his hungering neighbor and
Some of 5ou may choose the way way-bordered
bordered way-bordered with roses 'and made joy-j
ful with Cowers and singing birds -t
but wher6 rocks project at unex-'
pected places. Led by your love the
lofty, the fceauty in literature, you
may pass over this road, your eyes ;
appreciating the pleasures of your A big bargain in two business ;lots
. t, ,MUa f on north end of Magnolia street; street
journey, fixed on the hilltops of and railroad rontage-,fine for ware ware-the'
the' ware-the' future. And when by the power. houge or wholesale business.
ofyour pen you are giving the world j Two corner lots in. best portion of
vnnr ?rpa st 'Vour noblest thoughts. the Seymour addition, the coming res-
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m me recess ui juui .xicait-
Holmes' great thought,
("Build1 the more stately mansions O my
' ; soul. . ; .;'"', ;
As the swift seaspn3 Toll. V
Leave1 thy low vaulted past, let each
-new temple, nobler than the last
t Shut thea f rom heaven with with a
I Tm thou t'lwgth'a're free, ;
having thine outgrown shell by life's
j 'unresting sea."
j The artist of our class will coh-
jtinue on her way that leads to fame.
! ana iy tier prusn give me worm jn
spiration and thought that will last
through ages, but she must face the
practical side of life and realize that
steadfast duty is the guiding star of
One of you may choose that seem seemingly
ingly seemingly small but greatest of work,
that of the home-maker- one whois
as Tennyson says,
"Not learned save In gracious house household;
hold; household; ways.
Not perfect, but full of tender wants.
No angel but a dearer being
All dipped in. angel instinct, breathing
And through the tender influences
exercised in your home sphere your
service to mankind may be felt.
But whatever be the road, what-
ever the good you are aiming at,
keep that ideal .before you. It may
be that the mquntains are steep,, and
rough, and storms assail you' and
block your way, but there are hights
: beyond not seen by mortal eye to
which your vision is leading you.
. nd wfcen unon the winter's slopes
'of your journey, the snow and chilly
winds of life blows' around you,
like Sir Launfal, return from your
business 'search, may you have the Conscious-? them on In' one direction or another
ir gift of'ness of vour ideal attained, yourjuntiI 'We have cr03ed the. bar and
Grail found in a life which beautl-iiJU
'.fullv portrays that true loyalty of
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' Maraster, Odala House BiJi., 5-21-12t
Tulula Lodge No.
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at o'clock In
Yonge's Hall, Fort King ave. Visit
or3 in the city invited to be with us.
L F. Ballard, N. O.
'.V. 1 Colburt, Secretary. AL
MARIOX-DUXS MASOXIO. LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
3kL meets on the first and tnlrd Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each month at 7:30
o'clock, until furtbsr r-Otlce.
C, E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. .'; Ad.
OCALA LODGE SO. 2SS. P. 6. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second arid fourth Tuesday evenings In
each month. Vis'tlng brethren always
welcome. Cbas, v7. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary Ad.
CO.VCORDIA LODGE F. U. OP A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
Geo. ZjL Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K.-Sage, Secretary.
Oration at the Commencement
ercisi May 2, 1013, of the
Cicala High School
ROBERT F. CONNOR
Thus far our fortune keeps an on-
ward pace and we are graced with
wreaths of victory. The place, the
night, and the occasion upon which
j we assemble fill us w ith solemn axKt
patriotic emotions. This is a xiixxm
when we may review the past smd
prophesy for 'the future. As wcv
rause for reflection we are conscious
of the fact that our school days ndll
soon be over, and the .time is near at
hand when O. II. S. will be only a
pleasant ; memory In the minds of
the class of 1913.
As we look back-over our record.
j we see many mistakes along the way
which now cause us much regret,
we.. will let these mistakes be?
stepping stones to the accomplisii accomplisii-ment
ment accomplisii-ment of greater success in the fu future.
ture. future. We rejoice in our victories
for they have been many; and wo
shall let these serve to inspire Us on
to greater and noblerf achievements.
As 'we turn slowly the pages of
memory the echoes of the past 15 15-our
our 15-our minds With many fond recollec recollections.
tions. recollections. Better than ever before w
realize why so much effort fe pat
forth by the people of this county county-for,
for, county-for, education; why tho school
boatdg, superintendents, and teacli teacli-ers
ers teacli-ers are so painstaking in the per per-formance
formance per-formance of their duties. In tins
school, supported by the citizens of
this city assembled here tonight, to
have moulded our lives; lor. is uot
the first Impression the lasting; one?
So tonight, ladies and gentlemen, 1
greet you with a hearty welcome to -our
We do not rieet for games ot
strength and skill; for the recitation
of histories, tragedies and odes, liko liko-the
the liko-the ancient Greeks; for parliaments
of love and-poetry like the Trouba Troubadours,
dours, Troubadours, but as a friendly sign- to tho tho-busy
busy tho-busy world that we are receiving
preparation for entering the rank
and file of the industrious. As Paul
Jone3 said, when, after several trours -he
had succeeded in lashing his Ehix
to 'the' ship of the, enemy, "We aro aro-just
just aro-just ready to begin.'' ; :
We are not to stay here longer.
No! But we are to go ( on in just
those studies which pleases most,
with the freedom of manhood joiatuX
to the training of youth, and to ca.rry
uut lu V
l y men .way..nau x.
xurn; .Many a man win. say to you,
"Go to work and make money.'" Bax
what is your ami
;n.7 a mere liv-
ing is not all we want in this world-.-I
say unto you, "Strive to be a schol scholar,"
ar," scholar," for is not the scholar the leader
j in known human activity!? ;
A person must be trained; he
must study history J political econo economy;
my; economy; he must 1onder ,over the tiauso
and effect of the rise and fall of na nations,
tions, nations, to be a leader in the making
and the upholding of a strong- gov government.
ernment. government. The government calls for
scholars to direct the building of Iter
canals "and fortifications, to plan tho
ships of her navy, to inspect her fcr fcr-ests
ests fcr-ests and soils, and by his superior
knowledge of the sciences and arts
to direct every branch of hr enter enterprises.
prises. enterprises. '
The miner calls for the scholar to
Iplan the digging of his mine on a
i scientific basis. The farmer calls its
fholar who will make him th Ianr-
est crop by working his land on a
scientific basi3. The manufacturer
picks the scholarly man who knows
the scientific points In the product production
ion production of n is goods and to him gives tho
Do you wish to be the man who
wields the sledge hammer, follows
the plow from morn till night, uses
the pick and shovel, earning: his
bread by: the sweat of his brow,
whose work will be forgotten sown
after him? ', Or the scholarly re
who Instructs, directs and plans, plans,-whose
whose plans,-whose work shall stand ever promi prominent
nent prominent In the eye of the world?
"But. how are we to designate tho
class of the scholar?" I am asked asked-In
In asked-In the distribution of the founda foundations
tions foundations of mankind, the scholar Is the
delegated intellect. In the right state
he Is man thinking. In the view of
him as man thinking the 'theory
his office is contained. Him naturo
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ur high quality, low price
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solicits with all her. placid, all. her
monitory pictures. Him, tlie past
instructs; him the future invites.
Is not indeed every man a student
and do not all things exist for the
students behoof? And finally, is
not the t rue scholar the only true
master? But the old oracle said:
"All things have two handles, be beware
ware beware of the wrong one." In life, too
often, the scholar errs with mankind
and forfeits his privilege.
In self-trust all the virtues are
comprehended. Free 19 the scholar;
free and brave, free ever to the def definition
inition definition of freedom without any hind hindrance
rance hindrance ihat does not arise out of Ms
own constitution. Brave, for fear is
a thing which a scholar by bis very
function puts behind him. Fear al always
ways always springs from ignorance. It is a
shame to him if his tranquility amid
dangerous times arises from the
presumption that like women and
children, his is a protected class. Or,
if he seeks a temporary peace by the
diversion of his thoughts' from
politics and vexed questions, hiding
his head like an ostrich among the
flowering bushes, peeping into mic microscopes
roscopes microscopes and turning rhymes as a
boy whistles to keep his courage up.
So is the danger still. So is the fear
worst. Manlike, he turns and faces
iU He looks into its eye, searches
its nature, inspects its origin, which
lies no great way back, and finds
within' himself a perfect comprehen
sion 4f its nature and extent. He
makes both hands meet on the other
side, and henceforth defies it and
passes on superior.
The office of the scholar is to
cheer, to raise and to guide men by
showing them facts amidst appear appearances.
ances. appearances. I affirm today that the
wealth and the .power and the secur security
ity security and success of existing nations
are enactly what the scholars of
those nations have made them' What
is and has been the secret of the
power of England? You will say,
"Her well-balanced government,- her
almost perfect administration, her
educated people and her experts in
every known science." But who are
those who maintain that Well Well-balanced
balanced Well-balanced government? Who ad administers
ministers administers her laws? Who build and
command her navy? Who multiply
her industries? Who develop her re resources?
sources? resources? And who gather tribute
for old England from everywhere
and everything? There stands the
grand answer. The""scholars from
Oxford, Cambridge, Edinborough
and the like.
Need I tell" you now that the vic victories
tories victories of Sadova and Sedan were
won in the school rooms and work workshops?
shops? workshops? It was educated artillery to
which Austria so readily courtesied,
and before the approach of which,
France, haughty1 France, lifted her
crown, yielded her capital and bow bowed
ed bowed n humility.
Observe that whenever the people
are the scholar must be there also if
he is to carry on his work.. D'Ar D'Ar-tagon,
tagon, D'Ar-tagon, Aramis and Quentin Durward
had to go to Paris to the capital to
seek the sovereign if they would
serve the state. But with us the
sovereign is working in the mines
of Lake Superior; the sovereign is
herding cattle in Colorado; he is
feeding the world from the wheat
plains of Dakota. Observing also 1 Sold
that the hands of the government
are no longer turned by war presi-
j dents and popular heroes, but from
the bosom of proud Princeton a
scholar, yea, a mighty scholar wields
the governing hand and directs our
era through prosperity.
7 he scholars of America' of this
generation must b? responsible for
the future of America. That' future
will be anything they now '.'com '.'command.'
mand.' '.'command.' From every portion of this
dear old nation there comes this day
the earnest, anxious voice to them
saying, "Shall you command, or
shall you serve." "Shall you rise, or
shall you fall yet lower.", "Shall
you live or shall you die." Gathering
in my own the voices of the scholar
of today, and with hearts resolved
and purposes fixed, I send back the
gladful response, "They shalf live.
they rise, they command."
A Tfl ii ,' TTT
20th, to July 20thr 1913
As usual prior to my trip to New York every
July, l am reducing my stock for CASH.
Must have room for my Fall Goods, Holiday
and Christmas selections, that I buy first of Aug August
ust August every year.
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they are very disagreeable. Let us
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method, home manufactured screens.
Ocala Lumber Supply Co. 3-25-tf
riC.MC AT TURXEH'S POXD
All are invited to attend the annual
basket picnic at Turner's Pond Friday,
June 20. There will be danelnsr for
j those who enjoy this pleasure. Don't
forget the date,. Friday, Juae-20th, at
Turner's rond. Con
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"THE CHAISES OF A OATH,"
GREAT TWO HEEL FEATURE, AT
THE TEMPLE TOXIG HT. A d v.
An Ocala Citleen Gives Information of
When you suffer from backache,
Headaches, ( dizziness, nervousness,
Feel weak, languid, depressed,
Have annoying' urinary disorders;
Do you know what to lo?
Some Ocala people do.
Read the statement that follows.
It's from an Ocala citizen.
Testimony that can be investigated.
IL C. Loveridge, 225 N. Magnolia St.,
Ocala, Fla., says: "I have taken Doan's
K'dney Pills for kidney and. bladder
trouble and have found them to be a
reliable medicine. I do not hesitate
to"' advise their use In cases of kidney
The above statement must carry
conviction to the mind of every reader.
Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy.
ask distinctly for Doan's Kidney
Pills, the same that Mr. Loveridge had
the remedy backed by home tea-,
timony. 5Ce. ail stores. Foster-Milhurn
Co., Propi'., Buffalo, N. Y.
"When your back is lame remem remember
ber remember the name." Ad. No. JO
I am keeping at my Sales Barn and Lot, on on-West
West on-West Exposition Street three blocks west' of the
court nouse square,
a Fine Drove of
Horses and Mules
Animals for all pur purposes,
poses, purposes, and at reason
able prices. I go to
market each two
weeks and select the
stock in person and
get the very best.
Call at the Lol, you iviii find some MocU lo suit yew,
if it is one cr dozes head yen ::ecd, I have tfcenu
. 1.. JF. NICHOL;
LIVE STOCK DEALER OCAS A, FLORIDA
1 '! I
. ; and
We have batteries
biles and motorcycles.
for automo automo-H.
H. automo-H. B. Masters
Old Fellows meet tonight.
t Altered ins Case.
Mrs. de Mover "Good gracious!
This is the noisiest neighborhood 1
ever got into. Just hear those children
screech!" Maid They're your own
childers, mum." Mrs. de Mover "Are
they! How the little darling are en en-Joying
Joying en-Joying hcn:seivesl" Tit-Bits.
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The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
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EUROPEAN PLAN S1.50 PER DAY AND UPWARD
4. F. WILSON, Ass'l Mgr. T33S. HL WiLS;):'. Prop, and Sigr
OCA LA KVTTXlG STAR, TlTESUAV, MAY 27, 1913
lost found, Wanted, For Sale,
For Rent and Similar local Heeds
FOR RENT Oraces in Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
on srai isi
If you have any items for this de department,
partment, department, call Phone 106.
Ilecention at the Woman's Club
The social event of the cast week
FOR SALE A baby cart and a -.nigra. I ... ,,AnTT
chair; both in good condition. Apply v' rtS tuc
to 610 Fort King avenue. 5-22-et jafternoon at the Woman's Club &iv
Rogers in Riverside? Sister Carlotta jhome m Tampa today, going through
has made the following appoint-jthe country In their big Rambler au-
Mrs. C. B. Rogers, chairman ct" the
ROOM3 FOR RENT Furnished
rooms for light housekeeping', phone
216, Fort Kin? Ave., and a four room
cottage with gas. 5-5-lm
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with
all modern conveniences; close in.
Phone 378. 5-17-tf
FOR SALE A residence at a bar bargain.
gain. bargain. Six rooms besides kitchen and
bath "room; electric lights; ail modem
conveniences; large yard beautiful
shade trees; garden; chicken yard;
servant's house. Apply to 416 S. Llm
St., Ocala. 5-20-12td
FOUND A mall package of dry
goods on Fort King Ave., near resi residence
dence residence of Dr. Van Hood. Owner can
have same by calling at this office and
paying for this ad. 5-23-tf
FOR SALE 6-ioom home and 4 4-room
room 4-room home; lot 130x20 neav city hall;
;good porches, shrubbery, flowing well;
price, $3000. Tafce a look at them, 44
!N. Sanchez street, then get busy; per-
., lect title given. "Write me quick. EL
Damoth, 207 Hodges Eld g., Detroit,
v. Michigan. 5-26-lm
LOST A bunch of keys between
posioffice ami railroad and Anthony
harfi road. Finder please return to
the Star office. A liberal reward for
it : AND :::
EVERYTHING IN REAL
OCALA -v FLORIDA
: JOSEPH BELL :
I Attorney at Law 5
: Second Floor, Z
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elected officers and new members.
The club rooms were beautifully
decorated for the occasion in white
oleander blossoms, trailing ferns -and
bowls of xoses. On the punch tafcle
were dainty flowers twined with
ferns and from the cool depths ol
the immense bowl Miss Annie Davis4
Miss Lois Ellis and Miss Louise Booe
served delicious, fruit nectar.
Mrs. William Jlocker, state presi president
dent president of the federation, stood at the
head of the receiving line and next
to ier was Mrs.' Jack Camp, the re retiring'
tiring' retiring' president. Mrs. Charles Ty Tydings,
dings, Tydings, the newly" -elected president,
stood next. Others in line were Mrs.
Charles Lloyd, first vice president;
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, second vice
president; Mrs. G. T. Maughs, re recording
cording recording secretary; 3rs. B. H. Sey Sey-raour,
raour, Sey-raour, corresponding secretary; Mrs.
Oils Green, auditor; Mrs. W. D.
Cam, treasurer; Mrs. Helvenston,
press manager, with a number of
new .members who received their
welcome into the club most infor informally.'
mally.' informally.' The new officers were -quite im-
i posing and formed a most attractive
Mrs. D. E. Mclver, president of
the Wednesday Morning Musicale,
took the chair and presided most
acceptably while a splendid musical
program in charge of the music
committee was rendered. First on
the program was Miss Marie Van
Engelken, her selection being God God-ard's
ard's God-ard's "Guerlanders." Mrs. IL M.
Hampton sang most charmingly
"Sunlight," by Ware. ; Miss Henriet
ta Rabe, of .Birmingham, Ala., wh
is the charming -gUest of her aun
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, sang Tilzer
"Goodbye, Sweetheart, in a mos
charming ana dainty voice to a
spontaneous encore. She responded
most graeiously. She has a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful voice and her singing was gave a
great deal of pleasure.
Mrs. E. Van Hood gave a splendid
talk on Edward McDowell, Amer America's
ica's America's greatest master composer, who
was born in New York 1861 and dur during
ing during his short life gave to the musical
world some of its most magnificent
compositions. Mrs. Hood's tribute to
this great and wonderful genius was
indeed very fine.
Miss Annie Laurie Perry then gave
McDowell's famous and familiar
"Witches' Dance," which she played
Miss Cecile Downs contributed a
beautiful little song, "Last Spring."
It was so dainty and exquisite to
just suit her lovely .voice. Miss
Marguerite Porter concluded the
program by rendering two beautiful
Cook memorial benevolent fund.
Miss Caroline Brevard of Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, is state chairman of the ed educational
ucational educational committee. Miss- Brevard
is also state historian.
Mrs. Lewis Thompson of Inverness,
poet laureate of the Florida Division
U. D. C. -Times-Union, 26th.
Surpt i :se Jart y f or3I i ssTTtacIiel'Vcal
The entire program was perfectly
rendered and an inspiring climax for
It is an absolute fact, that one 50 cent
far of WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM
will either remove your freckles or cause t
jkhem to f ade and that two jars will even jarias. These selections were chosen
in the most severe cases completely cure I to illustrate the Italian opera which
themWe are willing to personally the mugic d b has been studying
guarantee this and to return your money T1 A
without argument if your complexion is j during the past winter. Miss Porter
not fully restored to its natural beauty, j sang exquisitely. ; Her voice was
WILSON'S FKLCKLrJ tKLAM is nne, (never clearer or sweeter and her ren
fragrant and absolutely harmless Wiiljdition of thege masterpieces gav
not maiee nair prow dui wm pobu.ivri.y
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LES. FRECKLES. Come in today and try it. The jars
are large and results absolutely certain.
Mammth' MoT mmJwiB!,te,;'1 f ub year.
SKIN SOAP 25c For sale by I lrs- Camp, 'the retiring president,
sold bv the court riiAitsuci took the chair and in her most
- ". ? 1 V- ; charming manner gave her farewell
Hid T0I"I1RI P speech and turned over the gavel to
11 lillUDLC j the new president, Mrs. Tydings,
Krrz gT OC iri1 made a very expressive speech
II I 11 illlAiCi 'of tnanks and acceptance, after which
- iMrs. Camp gracefully introduced
BMf Fact5 If! Regard TO F. S. Seach of the newly elected officers,
?.. nt- n.iurnk leach responding in a few appropriate
j and pleasing words.
i Mrs. Tydings then: announced the
(chairmen of her committees for the
coming year, as icnows:
Animal protection, Mrs. B. T.
Perdue. : I
Civics, Mrs. W. K. Zewadski. Sub Sub-chairmen:
chairmen: Sub-chairmen: First ward, Mrs. Green;
second ward Mrs. Bridges; third
ward, Mrs., Warner; fourth ward,
, Education, Mrs. Jack Camp.
. Forestry, Mrs. R.A. Burford.
Health, Mrs. Walter Hood.
Home economics, Mrs. G. W. Mar Martin.
tin. Martin. Social, Mrs. Sistruak.
Social center, Mrs. Van Hood.
Art, Miss Wartmann.
Music, Miss Porter.
Junior Civic League, Mrs. Moor-
guffmaa's Illness, Relief 0b
Uined By Curing His
Waynssville.N. C.Mr. F.R. Huffman,
ef this city, says : I suffered dreadfully
with what I thought was heart trouble,
Es'd tried various medicines in vain.
Alter other remedies had failed, Thed Thed-ford's
ford's Thed-ford's Blark-Draught restored me to
health. I would not feel safe without
Black-Draught In the house. I consider
It worth its weight in gold.
- It cared my indigestion, and by this
ceans I was restored to health. I can
mot express my gratitude for its benefits.'
Good health depends on the condition
cf your digestion. Poor digestion and
good health do not go together.
Thedford's Black-Draught will
thoroughly cleanse and set in order your f head
It has done this for others, daring the
past 70 years, and is today the most
popular vegetable liver remedy oa tht
market Try it
Insist on Thedford's. Price 25c
morning Miss Margaret
Lawrence at tMHOcala High School
Was the recipienfpf one of the hap
piest of surprise sark?s. Miss Law
rence is to be married within two
weeks and herpupils (the seventh
grade) planned this May shower and
it came as a complete surprise alid
was greatly a ppreciatd Jtoo7tor--eT
&rp.ice -of -u a i n t y nnen win nna its
place of usefulness in the new home
and will be a source of much joy and
Miss Lawrence is vry popular
with these young, people and it is
with deep regret that they realize
she will not be with them for an another
other another year, n V
JOn Saturday night, May 4, the
friends of Mr and Mrs. E. A Polly
gathered at ejri home ori South 5th
street to cefeMaler with them their
llJBy.IfiXt,nJ!Pe(f ding anniversary
The ''surprise" was not as great as
Miss Annie Pearl Liddon was the
hostess of a most delightful party
Monday even inlj given in honor of
tier friend and Sunday school pupil.
Miss Rachel Veal, who leaves soon
fpxher liome at Cotton PlajiJAs PlajiJAs-sisted
sisted PlajiJAs-sisted by 3friT D. W. Tompkins Miss
Liddon lad her home prettily dec decorated,
orated, decorated, the hall, parlor and dining
room all in pink and white with
trailing Xerns and' shaded lights. On
the dining room table were great
vases of carnations and suspended
from the four" corners to the chane
lier were pink and white streamers
caught up in dainty bows. At the
punch table in the hall were station
ed Miss Irene Tompkins and Miss
Katherine Leitner, two special
friends of the hostess and from a
large bowl they served delicious fruit
nectar to the forty guests as they
assembled. In the parlor stood Miss
Liddon, and her honoree, so com
pletely surprised as she had not even!erai gifts pt silver were presented to
suspected what was brewing. After t the bride and groom, also checks for
all had arrived the interesting game, m0ney and other useful and accepta accepta-of
of accepta-of "Ipy" was played until a late bie gift3 Among those present were
hour and for receiving the mostMr. and Mrs. Frank Beardsley, Mr.
"compliments" Miss Katherine and Mrs. Frank Booher, Mr. and
Strunk was given a beautiful basket Mrs. r. C. Sapp, Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
of candy dolls, which she most gra- Leitner, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Wash-
was hoped for but it. did not keep
the friends from enjoying to the ut utmost
most utmost several hours of music fur furnished
nished furnished by different members of the
Delicious home-made candies, ice
cream and cakes were served. Sev-
A great deal of our new business comes to us direct
or indirectly through the influence of our customers.
A very good evidence of their satisfactory treatment
by us. We are willing and fully equipped to do our
share in promoting tne interest of our customers.
. CAPITAL, FT7LL PAID I3T fTSSt.
JNO. 1 EBWARS8, Fr. dABENCU CAMP. Ti Frwt
South Atlantic League,
ciously presented to the honoree,
In the dining room
burn, Miss Emma Washburn, Mrs.
Cooksey, Mrs. Kolsom, Mrs. Beall,
served .Mrs. A. L. Xott of Relleview and
pink and white ice cream and deli- Messrs. E. E. Converse, James Leit-
cious white cake. Miss Liddon s ner, Mixon, Mitchell aniL Duggert
party was a very charming compli compliment
ment compliment to Miss Veal and v the Sunday
g- nnv pggf ft their fripnd
lim ESTATE AND iNSUtiANQ
Town property, inprored and U2 U2-lmproved,
lmproved, U2-lmproved, for sale. Real profit profit-bringing
bringing profit-bringing investments.
Cm.11 lnvmc. TlmhH' Tro o fYfl.
ange Groves or almost iinythjng yan.
wish, on terms to suit
Mr. andCMrs. E. P. Rentz are en-
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers re
turned home last: night from an ex
tended trip nojpfjL where they went
a few weeks ago wo especially attend
jcying a delightful visit in New Yorkhe wedding ofyfheir oldest son, Mr
City, afterJwo weeks spent at Westjeil A Weathers of New York Citj
Baden Springs, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski and
Mrs. Walter Hood will accompany
Mr. and Mrs. Osco Zewadski to their
to Miss Edna Cushing of East Or
5 FEATURE LICENSED REELS,
ORCHESTRA MCSJC, TEMPLE TO TO-XIGHT.
XIGHT. TO-XIGHT. Adv.
KNlUHTS OP PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday a 7:30 p. ni. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C
Chas. II. Sage, K. R. &. Ad.
Library work, Mrs. Perdue.
Thus closed one of the most suc successful
cessful successful years in the. history of the
Ocala Woman's Club. It stands ad adjourned
journed adjourned until October.
3 cans Van Camp's sonp.--.25c
" beans.: -25c
" 1 Hominy 25c
" Mince SSeat 25c
" Sunbeam shrimp . ?25c
lb Soda 5c
cans small flat Salmon. 35c
" "large " -30c
" lali Salmon.. --.-30c
" Argo large Salmon 45c
" Ocean Gem tall ..- 20c
Hotel Astor Coffee
40 cts. per Pound
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
A most congenial party consisting
of Mrs. W. B. Taylor, .Mr. Glover
Taylor and Miss Elizabeth Taylor of
Gainesville and several guests spent
a very delightful .Sunday afternoon
at Silver Springs. They came over
in their handsome new Hudson "six."
Mr. Harry Palmer has returned to
Tampa after a very pleasant tho
short visit." to our city.
Mr. C. E. .Nelson is the happy pos possessor
sessor possessor of a pretty little Ford run runabout.
about. runabout. : -s
Miss Isabel Mays, one of the best
loved teachers of the Ocala High
School, leaves tomorrow for her
home at Monticello, where she will
spend several weeks, going from
there to New York City to spend the
remainder of the summer studying
at Columbia University, and it is sin
cerely hoped that she will return to
Ocala in the autumn to resume her
duties in the home school. She is a
most valuable teacher and her place
would be hard to fill.
Rev. Jas. G. Glass has returned to
his former home in Anniston, Ala.,
to superintend the" packing and
shipping of his furniture to this city.
Wre' have houses for rent or wlir,
take charge of property and collect,
the rent, keep up repairs and pay pay-the
the pay-the taxes.
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Mrs. G. K. WiHiams and daughter,
Miss Edith, are among the Ocala
people attendfngthe laying of the
cornerstone tJ the courthouse at
Miss Josephine Bullock has as her
guests for the week Miss Maggie
Lytle of Stanton and Miss
Holloway of Tallahassee.
IT. D. C. Appointments
Sister Esther Carlotta, president
of the Florida Division, U. D, C, who
has been visiting in Live Oak since
the adjournment of the U. D. C. state
convention, has arrived in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, and is the guest of Mrs. C. B.
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Miss Elizabeth Mizelle has as her
s guest her sister, Miss Blanche Mi-
zelre from Orange Lake.
Mrs. George Taylor returned from
a delightful visit to her sister In
Jacksonville yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Robert Sanders of Dunnellon
and daughter were prominent guests
at the commencement exercises last
night; when Miss Mary Sanders re
ceived her diploma.
Miss Cora Tabor of Atlanta, Ga.,
and Miss Florence Butts, of Eustis,
arrived this afternoon at the home
of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
S. P. Hollinrake, and will remain
for several weeks.
Mrs. J. P. Phillips went to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville this morning for a few days
visit to friends in "that city.
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'.-OCALA HIGH SClIOOIi
Monday night at the Temple the theater,
ater, theater, eight young men and: women
received diplomas from the Ocala
iligh School, signifying that they had
completed their chosen course of
Btudy and are now ready to enter
into the active duties of life here or
elsewhere. . :
The class of 191 S is composed of
the following: Mr, Robert E. Clark-
san, president; Mr. Olaf B. Zewadski, j
vice president ; Miss Mary M. Shep- j
pard, secretary and treasurer; Mr. j
JaiBes Robert Moorhead, Miss Mar-1
ian Elizabeth, Patricia Dewey, Mr..
Ilohert Freeman Connor, Miss, Mary
Sua Sanders, Mr. Edward Patillo I
nderson and Mr. Frederick Henry';
ISIefTeit. '' :'".
These splendid young men and j
-women are the pride of" the school j
txnd. legions of their friends and rela-j
i iviiB- gathered with the parents to do!
tionor to the great -occasion and en en-joy
joy en-joy the graduating exercises.
'ICho theater was beautiful in its
li?soraticns of O. H. -S. pennants.
: a fc
A man who starts with a common farm and ends with a ood one has made
a business success. A good farm will carry him safely through the declining years
Many farmers are finding an account with: The Munroe & Chambliss Bank
of value and assistance in improving the farm. Even though they may not seem
to be adding to their wealth, they are, nevertheless, for so long as his farm is im improving,
proving, improving, the farmer is making good money.
This bank values its farmer customers and welcomes every opportunity to
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l!.-;vers and ferns
Jjt ViUtifuily arranged and draped ,in
t ? -school colors, black and gofd,
graduates, members of the board of
is,.Vool trustees -and ministery. High
overhead was displayed in large gild!
2f iters the class motto, "Quinti est
Br; pere," and as is al ways the case j
llie sweet girl graduates were as,
;pr"tty as fairies in their dainty white;
'frocks, while the young men of the
;:liVHt-. looked manly and serious as;
rooroething of the real meaning of the
tcitamencement as the beginning of
vlife was borne in upon them.
.Judge W. S. Bullock was master
Ml ceremonies and ; Dr. W. L. Clif Clifton,
ton, Clifton, of Alabama, now president of
. Southern College; at Sutherland,
K2a., was the orator of the occasion.
Air- W. T. Gary presented the di di-jfi'(uTnas.
jfi'(uTnas. di-jfi'(uTnas. While the audience was assemb assembling
ling assembling an orchestra composed of some
of our best musicians played several
pieces. Promptly at 8 o'clock Judge
".W. iS. Bullock called the house to
tarder and in a few well chosen words
expressed his pleasure in seeing so
many of the patrons and friends of
'tJbJQ school present. He said he was
fisglaa .'to he present and .is words of
encouragement like our prayers and
good wishes will ever follow after
Rev J. B. Ley invoked the
"iiis-jne "blessing. Miss Nellie Beck Beck-"m
"m Beck-"m executed a piano solo ; most
--rrerdj tably, followed by an oration
entitled "Thci Scholar of Today," by
Ttoliert F. Connor. Mr. Connor was
Jtollawed by Miss Mary Sheppard,
wc5aose oration was entitled, "The
Royalty of Service." And right here
anil now we will say that every pro pro-lncion
lncion pro-lncion of the evening bore a worthy
jsL-ace in the school course they had
jrtixsued and reflected credit on" the
diligence a.nd fidelity of those who
taxiit these young people for edi-
: rational honors. v
3r. Clifton was then introduces
as one of the foremost educators in
the South, who would make the ad ad-lress
lress ad-lress of the evening. The distinguish distinguish-speaker
speaker distinguish-speaker said, the .flattering intro introduction
duction introduction was embarrassing and the
' jEiig.li standard hard to live up to. He
jspokc: of the great things of life the
uplifting, the purity of thoughts and
nitieds well done and the" correct liv liv-jtng
jtng liv-jtng for higher and better results. On
tke,duty of friendship he dwelt ten ten-5exb
5exb ten-5exb and earnestly. Throughout his
entire discourse the tone and trend
of thought was admirable. His dic-
CHAHLES L. RMTIXCiEU
. Editor Ocala Str, October lt7-May 31, 1011
- A little less than two years ago, this loved and honored friend
passed from labor into rest, and it seems. doubly, appropriate in this
is?ue, so largely given to school affairs, to pay a brief tribute to his
ir.emory. : '
Mr. Bittinger was a friend of the schools, and believed in edu education
cation education as one of the greatest agencies for tlie advancement of the
p'ulie good. Particularly- .were, the -Ocala schools the objects of his.
irtrrcst and solicitude, and commencement was the greatest public
event of the year to him. ; '
Mr. Bittinger had the none too common spirit 'of supporting
fully and Unreservedly. any policy that he believed in; He was never
a fanatic, be could see the drawbacks to or failings of anything-as
v eil as anyone, but when he had made tip his mind that a measure
had more good in it than bad, he gave it loyal, unflinching support,
and never 'stopped to complain of or point out the lesser errors that that-detracted
detracted that-detracted from -but could not overcome the general merit. When
he put his hand to the plow he never looked back.
At every commencement1 he was always' present, noting all the
work of the teachers and scholars with an interest and enthusiasm
that proceeded from his heart, and with a goodwill that overflowed
toward everyone. And until all his associates on the Star have cross crossed
ed crossed the river to joinj him, each commencement, season will bring a
memory not to sadden but to consecrate the work in which Tie took
so much joy and pride. :
HAISINU IN MARION
most favorable to
sheep, according to the experiences j
M. Gist, the successful Mc-i
k raiser and farmer. Mr.
of Mr. W..
ed a Star
Big bargain in
in the city today, inform-;
reporter that the proper!
to this industry would S
of the most profitable!
could be" entered into by the
mare it one
A Lb AHO END OCALA
pie is laid, are not as well taken care
'.- - jo in proportion as the higher
If there be one single pessimist or j schools filled with students whose
even a doubting Thomas at hom,e or i families are much better able to pay
a tranger now within the bounds of
Marion'county, let him take an auto automobile
mobile automobile and drive to' Martin, Lowell
and Reddick on the A. C. L. and then
across lots, to Sparr, Anthony and
Oak on the- S. A. L., ana back to
Ocala. He 'will see men, women and
even -children hurrying teams to
cars with tomatoes, cantaloupes and
watermelons. ; Best f all, he will see
not acres but miles of corn from
four to ten feet high, not green but. who are only
black with richness put into the soil month. It is
average farmer in the ..county. Sev Several
eral Several years ago Mr. Gist started with
a few .straggling ordinary head of
sheep, which under the conditions
then existing yielded about one
pound each of wool annually. From
this start and constant watchfulness.
of their needs in the way of pastur pasturage,
age, pasturage, care, etc., and inter-breeding his
herd now yields an average Of four
and a half pounds of wool.
The members of Fort King tamp,
Woodmen of tjje World, who intend
going to Oxford next Sunday to at attend,
tend, attend, the unveiling of Sovereign T. A.
Mitchell's monument are requested
t o notify ..Mr. J. F. Thompson at once
so that arrangements may he made
for the trip.
I have three, choice five-room cottages,' each'
j located'on corner lots, new, well-built houses,
. Rented lor 315 each per month
Close in, two blocks from Primary School and one
block from site of new $50,000 school house to be
erected. : y'y:'):-
Will pay practically 15 PER CENT NET,
on the investment. A Bargain it taken AT ONCE.
.. : .: : ..''.' : V.' 1 '. ": '
IF. W. -OITTTP'O :
fcr education than those whose chil children
dren children never go beyond the common
by previous crops of velvet beans and niflcent University of Florida is open
that, wild-growing nitrogenous le- to each and every one of them, but
gume commonly called beggarweed, not one 'in a hundred stands any
but; more honorably and more prop- chance of seeing the inside of it.
perly called Desmoids m. This trip :
JMr.: and Mrs. C. Edward Tucker Tucker-are
are Tucker-are in the city for a few days, having,
nnmo all fha urftv frnm PVSl!n1o1n)i?
schools. It is not in the least' likely . ,
that the tate will now jve u or;m a Ford touring car with the body!
" S f novv SlVeT UP ?.rof the car filled with their baggage:;
curtail Its higher educational'-msti- ,- . i
t , ... Mr. Tucker is a member of the cornr
tutions, but the Star thinks they TT -.. A
, t , .mission firm of E. Hearn & Co., ofi
should not. go beyond, their present! v t i
, v, t uitauciyiiiai iuu is ucic ju iuc m
SldUUdl U 11 11 til LUC tuuimvu otuuuis
are well provided for. The majority
cf the children of Florida, are taught
in shabby frame houses by teachers
paid $35 to $50 a
trme that the mag-
will take the hole out of his dough-''
nut, but if not he might see the cat-!
tie and hogs hereabout with their
good breeding and sleek coats. All
these things and more can be seen
on the Shady Grove road and the
Gaskins settlement, but any road
will do. Let them go an 1 see wh'at
strides our people are making. '!
-Watch Hie Irteal prow. 2-26-6t
" Sarah Bernhardt: at the Ideal Tues Tues-dar
dar Tues-dar nighL ; 5-26-2t
terest of that concern. They stop
ped in many places on the t way j
down and bought produce at several!
points, staying at Hastings through
the potato season.
The Star is much pained to learn
that Mr. James C. Howell is quite ill!
at the home of his brother, Mr. E. L.
Howell, in the first ward. There are;
few more popular men in the county J
than Jim Howell, and the Star hopes
that he will soon be restored to his'
i usual robust-healthy. i
R, D. FULLER
Mr. R. S. Rogers, president of the
Florida Title & Abstract Co., return returned
ed returned yesterday morning from a ten
days trip to Chicago in the interest
of his company. Mr, Rogers took
COMMON SCI I OCLS
4UCce Over Muaroe & Chambll. Baak nis white shoes and socks and a straw
hat with him, but as overcoats were
The Star's esteemed friend, Mr. E.
L. Wartmann of Citra, was in town j
Monday, He called on the Star and I
PHONE 1S4. ;
in demand in the Windy C'ty, he
carefully hid his summer wear before
walking through his old haunts.
a good man does not always mean
a good title.
floridA title and abstract co.
turn was pleasing, suggestive and : requested it to publish the article by
convincing, as he toijehed most for- 'Senator. Adkins in reply to Mr. Light.
ibly the theme that met responsive
chords In the hearts of his hearers.
The benediction by Rev. W. H.
"Coleman closed the service, when
the graduates were besieged with
mgratulation3 and best wishes on
the- -success that had attended 'their,
efforts. It was a successful and
brilliant commencement and long
v)ll its pleasant memory dwell.
After the exercises were over the
lxys of the class tendered the girls
sin 3. Dr. Clifton a banquet at the Har Har-.rinston.
.rinston. Har-.rinston. Covers were laid for gix gix-t.mn
t.mn gix-t.mn and a most tempting and deli delicious
cious delicious menu was splendidly served
ivtald genial merriment, congratula-: ters easier'
Mr. Adkins' article appears else-!
where., Mr. Wartmann was not of offended
fended offended but grieved at the support
the Star gave Mr. Light's statements.
As a member of the board of control,
he thought the article reflected bn
him. He spoke touchingly of his
work in. support of higher educa
tion, and referred incidentally to thej
great disadvantage under which hei
labored in obtaining schooling in his
young days. , j
The Star has noticed that men who
have fought they way to success
against obstacles have an almost
common trait of trying to make mat-
younger men and;
J. E, GHAGE
The Temple theater broke all re-!
since it opened
10 anc! 11, Second Floor, j
' Holder Block.
TERMS. CA5TT. r
DR. L. F, BLALOGK
OFFICE OVER COMMERCIAL
tions and all good wishes for the fu
t lite o
; women, and in notning is tnis so
I I Si
these young men and women! marked as in education. Nearly ev-, SJ
the class of 1913. :ery great school in the country hasH
been founded, endowed or. promoted at
.Mr. D. C. Stanlev, who has been b' men, some without eiucation, andK
J. G. PURVIS,
ni5h A attendance j iiii
ment of C.v Green, The orchestra,
which has been installed again, made
a great hit and the rendition of "Se
lections from Alma" was loudly ap
plauded. In spite, of the large crowd,
people standing, even in the. lobby,
the place was cool and nice and'the;?
fine comedy pictures were greatly
enjoyed by all. '
IS THE CHEAPEST ARTICLE IN THE WORLD
Considering the value it returns fok the money. So quit think-
a "luxury" or a "(ax" imposed by
tag of ice as a "necessity,
Mr. Charles W. Hunter, besides-.J,
being a baseball enthusiast is a gen-v
uine booster for the boy scouts
boys for camping purposes.
Aid do it justice- think of it as the best friend that comes into
yoir homes these hot days; the friend that keeps your food nu nu-tritous,
tritous, nu-tritous, that is always ready to help you reduce the cost of liv living,
ing, living, and makes life easier for you in the most distressing
lie has tendered the j -::K::-X:-X-X
the baseball jark to the! :...,,,' : .1 ; ;
starving on tne circuit court jury tor jmc j.v "if c mu.-, iuch
',-t-ral days, was discharged today knowledge from 'the hands of adver adver-oi3d
oi3d adver-oi3d returned this afternoon to his!SIt'
The Star will never question Mr.
Wartmann s motives, or deny the
general good of his plans. Its con contention
tention contention is that the little country
A nickel sandwich is a luxury In the',
c.-es o the man who has only 4 cents, learning for two-thirds of our peo-
'2iome in Belleview. Before leaving
T;he city he called in to pay his re re-iBpects
iBpects re-iBpects to his favorife newspaper.
Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store.
j ihe Via iteaaDje UaKery is nowj
H owned by Mr. Nicholas Heintz, he j
H having jiurchased the interest of his!
giformer partner, Mr. August Wolff. j
tt tMr. Keintz is a thorough "business
man ana now tnat ne cas sole con-s
ftrol of the Old Reliable establish-!
ment, he will make many improve-
ments which he has ha din contem-
plation for a long time.
Ocala, - Florida
Men who have no sense of hamor
funny at the wrong time.
FVE. McCLANEv M. O.
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
THE Dr. MCLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL
AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
PHONES Office, No. 233. Dr. McCIana's Residence, No. ,407.
OSce Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block. Southwest Corner Public Square.
in Every Hcni
In His .Statements Regarding Edu
Comfort and Safety Assured Before,
the Arrival of the Stork.
OCALA EVEXIXG STAR, TUESDAY, MAY 27. 1913
cational Appropriations, Says
Tallahassee, May 2", -Representative
J. C. Adkins, of Alachua county,
has furnished the Times-Union cor correspondent
respondent correspondent with the' following signed
statement for publication in reply to
some erroneous statements appear
ing recently about him:
My attention has been directed to
an article in the Tampa Morning
Tribune, issue of May 22, entitled,
"Light Showing Up Some Hard
Facts." In' waiting -this reply to Mr.
Light's article, !, as chairman of the
committee on governor's message j
and administrative reports, did ob obtain
tain obtain permission of the members of
the House to make a special order of
all appropriation, bills making ap appropriations
propriations appropriations rfor the University of
Florida, the Florida State College,
the reform school at Marianna, also j
for the boys' corn clubs and the
girls' canning clubs; all of which j
passed the House and Senate without
being reduced. I am glad that I as
sisted in securing the passage of
those tills, and do not wish to say
one word in explanation of my vote.
Mr. Light must not have noticed
the hills that the above committee
has placed on the calendar. The
abnvp prtmmittpo lias rt1arart nn tTio
calendar twenty-four bills exclusive!
of the above appropriation bills. It
is my intention to request the House
to make a specia order of all bills
embraced In the governor's message,
and the several administrative re reports.
ports. reports. I. might say .further that sev several
eral several members of the House have in introduced
troduced introduced bills embracing parts of the
The appropriation bills were all
r-'U .1 V.ntf AMA Jl., 11
biiui i, iinu ufiuitj tut; passage, mere
was placed on the desk of every
member a' copy of the board, of con control's
trol's control's rpnnrf In wVifoh wj rn cm Hon
ed an itemized statement of every
dollar included in the appropriation
bills. Furthermore, I delivered to
Mr. Light, in person, a typewritten
sheet showing for what each dollar
would be exnended and everv mem
ber was familiar with the recom recommendations
mendations recommendations of the board. No one,
not even .Mr. Light, requested that
these bills be printed before their
passage. I have been, and am still
prepared to furnish anyone with an
Itemized statement of the entire
budget. "Strange it is to me" that
anyone should ask for these bills to
- be printed now. Why should the
useless expense of having theseshort
bills printed be forced upon the tax taxpayers?
payers? taxpayers? My committee has introduc introduced
ed introduced twenty-six bills, other than these
appropriation bills,, and Mr. Light
eeems to think it strange that the
committee could only find appro appropriation
priation appropriation bills in the governor's mes message.
sage. message. "Strange it is to me" that Mr.
Light could only find appropriation
hills on the calendar. I would like
to ask Mr. Light if he has ever re requested
quested requested that any appropriation bills
be printed? If not, why did he not?
Why did he not ask that the appro appropriation
priation appropriation bills be printed? His right
and responsibility is the same as any
other member of this House?
When the appropriation bill for
the state institutions of higher learn learning
ing learning was under consideration t Mr.
Light offered an amendment strik striking
ing striking out the appropriation for the law
building and reducing several other
items at the university. I opposed
these amendments, and with the as-
The place to take
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your family is
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Service and food
. the' very best with
polite and court courteous
eous courteous attention.
Bring your moth- :
er"- wife or sweet sweetheart.
heart. sweetheart. YOU WILL BE TREATED
W. G. BLANGHARD
OS A FPIjTCATIQX
P. O. BOX 46 OCALA. FLA
HAVE YOUn CVIl PAIXTED
sistance of other members succeeded
in defeating all amendments,
i The board of control is composed
of five of the leading citizens of our
state who have made a success of
their own business.---.They have" been
appointed from all sections of the
state other than any county in which
one of the state institutions is locat located.
ed. located. They are serving the state faith faithfully
fully faithfully and well without any compen compensation
sation compensation whatever for their time. They
are men 'of (business and ability, and
are conducting the state's affairs, as
regards the stcte institutions, with
the same thoughtfulness that they
would conduct their own affairs. For
the success of the institutions they
deemed it necessary to ask this legis legislature
lature legislature for the t appropriation men mentioned
tioned mentioned in Mr. Light's article. The
board of control did not ask for one
cent more than they considered ab absolutely
solutely absolutely necessary for the success of
I quote from Mr. Light's article as
follows: "The total appropriation
for the board of control for the eight
years it has been in existence, was
$1,937,622.37, out of which' ?696, ?696,-418.94
418.94 ?696,-418.94 was for buildings and im improvements
provements improvements for the same time; and
for public schools in the state was
$1,514,857.70 Quoting again: "We
therefore get onl- $19.90 for the
common school scholar, and almost
$200 for a college student." This is
only another one of the many in instances
stances instances Where Mr. Light has gotten
his figures badly mixed up.
I will grant that he Is correct in
saying that the student in, the public
schools costs only $19. 90 per head
for the salaries of teachers and ad-
ciinisiration. me toiai .scnooi nop
uiation in the state of Florida is;
233,365; and the average daily at attendance
tendance attendance of all pupils in the public
schools, is 103,956. Basing it upon
the school population the public
schools get each year $4,664,966.35;
or 'basing the calculation upon the
average attendance there is $2,078, $2,078,-080.44
080.44 $2,078,-080.44 spent annually upon the pub public
lic public schools; therefore! for the past
eight years, taking Mr. Light's fig-1
ures, I will be found that, a greatl.v
larger sum has been expended upon
the public schools than he has repre-j
sentei, I am reliably informed that j
the state of Florida dtiring the year
of 1912 spent something over 2,-
000,000 for teachers' salaries and j
administration; and when you add
to this the improvements and new
buildings erected, the gross error of j
Mr. Light's article can readily be,
seen. I can menticn several coun-j
ties in which during the past eight)
years schoolhouses ranging in price!
from $5,000 to $50,000 have been t
erected. t The entire article is mi.-?-
leading with reference to the public
school system of the state of Flor-I
ida. ; I
I do not want to be understood as
being opposed to the public schools
because during this session of the
legislature when any measure was
presented effecting the educational
interests of the state, I have been
among those who worked to Improve
the conditions existing in our schools
and to give the school teachers of the
state every opportunity possible. .1
do not think the state is expending
one-half enough for the rural schools
and I have been trying to work up a
bill that will give additional help and
aid to the rural schools. The best
that we can give the child in educa educational
tional educational advantages is not good enough.
Now, one other point which Mr.
Light has overlooked. He states
that during the past eight years the
board of control has expended for
buildings for the institutions ; of
higher k learning the sum of $696, $696,-4
4 $696,-4 1 S. 94, .and from his article it could
be inferred that this expense has
been useless and" the state has not
received anything in return. The
board owns some of the most valua valuable
ble valuable property that can be found in the
state. The state's property today is
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OGALA FUBNITURE GD.
DR. D. M. B0NEY
-O' yyV j"
Optometry Office and Laboratory
9 tf 12 n m 1-an in t-! n. m
Rooms 2-6 Gary Building. Ocaiaria.
worth af tly more than it cost, and
i ; an asset, to the state.
Again "r. Light fails to take int5
cansiderarlon, that only a very small
number of the students complete the
high school course and a smaller
number take a collegiate' course, .1
am sorry to say i't, but it is true
nevertheless, that ; very few of our
teachers in the public schools are ex experts;
perts; experts; and consequently they are un unable
able unable to give the same degree of in
struction that a student can obtain
in the university or Florida state
college. v ; ...
With the local option, compulsory
school law for the state; with the
bill permitting the boards of county
commissioners of the various coun counties
ties counties to establish scholarships to the
agricultural department of the uni university;
versity; university; and the bill permitting the
school boards of the various coun counties
ties counties to grant scholarships to the nor normal
mal normal department of the university or
slate college; together with the bill
making' the summer training schools
a permanent Institution of learning
and providing that a teacher can take
the work at these summer schools
and recehe credit for the work done
in securing a diploma from either o!
the state institutions; together, with
the bill creating the rural school in in-:
: in-: etors ior the state, I predict that
k will only be a few years when a
thousand students or more will be
enrolled at each of the state institu-r
tfonr3- 1 am glaa to say that al! of
the above bills have passed the
House and it has been my extreme
Privilege and pleasure to. support and
v.ork for each of them.
j u hen you consider
I tional interests of the
When you consider the educa-
state, we can-
jnot Co enough. Today our public
O t r-U i 1 r.
university and state college for wom wom-jen
jen wom-jen js receiving recognition through
out the entire country.- For the sake
of a few dollars it is not wise to em embarrass
barrass embarrass the work of these institu institutions;
tions; institutions; and for the sake of a few dol dollars
lars dollars it is not wise to embarrass the
work of the public school system of
the state. Let. us have an education educational
al educational system in the state frpm the pri
mary grades to the collegiate courses. 1
to .which citizens- can point wit j
pride. Yours very truly,
. '., .' '.J. C. Adkins
ilay 24, 1313.
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Kotice is hereby given that we, tl?e
underpinned, on June 18th. 1913. will
apply to the governor of the state of
Florida for letters patent to Issue un under
der under the following proposed charter.
R. w. Anderson.
H. 1-:. Itoseberry.
copv or T;ir. P!ioparn c w.rr.n
OF Till: A.MH:itiO I'lIAHIACV
We, the xindt'rsint d. hereby asso associate
ciate associate ourselves together for the pur purpose
pose purpose of bpcoinins lncorjoratel under
tlie laws of the state f Florida appli applicable
cable applicable to cori'orationH for profit.
The name of thl. corporation shall
be the Anderson riiarmacy and Its
principal place of business shall be
Ocala, Marion county, Florida, but It'
may establish offices and branches in
any other place or places. In or out of
the state of Florida.
The sreneral nature of the business
to.be transacted by this corporation
1. To buy and pell drus, seeds,
fishing tackle and fi.-'hinsr fcupidles and
all articles usually bought and sold in
conducting a wholesale and retail druar
2. To fkll prescriptions.
2. To own and' operate a sovJa. foun fountain,
tain, fountain, ice cream andx soft drink parlor,
dealing In soft drink's as is customary.
4. To buy, own, mortgage, lease, sell
and control all kinds of real and per personal
sonal personal property.
5. To do all thing's necessary, reas reasonable
onable reasonable and requisite In carrying out
the purposes of this corporation.
".'.- Capital Stock
The amount of capital stock of this
corporation shall be five thousand five
hundred ($5,500) dollars, divided into
five hundred and fifty shares of the par
value of ten dollars each, all of which
said capital stock shall be payable in
cash or property, labor or services at a
just valuation thereof to be fixed by
the board of directors at a meeting
called for such purpose.
The term for which thi3 corporation
shall exist Is ninety-nine yeare.
The business of this corporation
shall be conducted by a president, a
vice president, a secretary and treas treasurer
urer treasurer "and a board of directors compos composed
ed composed of not lesrf than three nor more
than five and such other, officers and
agrents as the corporation mav author
ize, to be elected at the annual meet meeting
ing meeting of the stockholders to be hcM on
the second Monday in February. 1014,
and annually thereafter -on the" second
Monday in February in each year;
provided, that the office of secretary
and treasurer may be held by one and
the same stockholder. The following
named officers shall conduct the bus business
iness business of this corporation until those
elected at the first annual meeting
President, Rebecca W. Anderson;
vice president, Joseph Bell; secretary
and treasurer, H. E. Roseberry. Doard
of directors: Rebecca V. Anderson,
Joseph Dell, IL E. Roseberrv.
lu I eft ted neon
The "highest amount of Indebtedness
or liability to which this corporation
shall suhject itself shall not exceed
ten thousand dollars ($10,000).
. The names and places of residence
together with the amount of capital
stock subscribed by each is as .follows:
Rebecca W, Anderson. Ocala, Florida,
495 shares. .
' II. E. Roseberry, Ocala, Florida, 50
Joseph ReH, Ocali, Florida, 5 shares.
State of Florida.
County ;of Marion.
On this day personally came Rebec Rebecca
ca Rebecca V. Anderson, IL E. Roseberrv and
Joseph liell. to me well known "to be
the Individuals described in and wbo
subscribed their names to the fore-
rt"i'i. iii-iM vl incorporation ana
acknowledged before me that thex
subscribed the fame for t'ae purposes
therein set forth and expressed.
In witness whereof I have hereunto
set- my land and official seal this the
16th day of Maj A. D. 191 3.
fSeal of County Judsre) V. E. Smith.
County Jud'-te. Marlon County, p'la.
My fommissiort est ires the first
Tuesday after the first- Monday, Jan January,
uary, January, 117. 5-j
Send -proof to Joe Bell right awav
M'TK K (!' IUVK1IUPT 9 ALE
otfcK S. f'treby -iven that on Fri
'by. May 2):h. ai 10 o'clock. m., t
uj..-n the floors of the Ocala New
Company, bankrupt, and keep the ioors
until 12 o'clock r.co:i. lor Jh- far.
I t".e ct exhibiting the .ssroo'la of t'le
bankrupt for sale, ahd, will at the
Ti.e r ;y ;ve i: on .j n. i he tnts tnts-t
t tnts-t cf s.-a;-l bankrupt e?-ta re.rre
ie riht to reject, any or all bia.
" -H. Sava?K Jr..
Trustee of the 1"-?' te of Gwiri'c W
-Martin. Doinsr T.:-i:riest ah 0,-sl,i
-Vws Company, Rankrupt. 5-2G-H
Of Fl? Settlement and Dlncbarr
No ee is hereby iriven that on the
Uh -'.ay, of July. A..D. 1912. the undcr-sJ-jed
will present my accounts ar'i
vuchers to the judge of probate In
und for Marion county, Florida, at his
office lit Ocala. and will make my
rinal settlement and will apply for dis discharge.
charge. discharge. This 3rd day of January, A. D. 1913.
. IX A. Smith,
s Administrator of the Estate of A.
OCAIA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, 3IAY 27, 1013
Undertaker Smitn, pnonts 10 and 94.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Box flies at the Court Pharmacy 6-12
"Watch the Ideal grow. 2-20-Ct
Inks In any size and kind at the
Court Pharmacy. 6-12
Bath sprays for a shower bath
the Court Pharmacy. 5-12
Just arrived at H. B. Masters Co.,
flashlights and batteries. 5-27-3t
Garah Bernhardt at the Ideal Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night. 5-26-2t
Wateh the Ideal grow. 2-28-Ct
Mrs. C. R. Murphy and two daugh daughters
ters daughters of Oak were among the shoppers
in town today.
RECITAL AT THE TEMPLE
Tomorrow afternoon and evening
the Ocala School of Music, of which
Miss Mary Clayton Connor is the ef efficient
ficient efficient director, will have its annual
recital at the Temple theater. In the
afternoon the little tots will render
their program and at nightthe more
advanced pupils will perform.
Miss Connor's class this year is an
exceptionally large one and the pro program
gram program embraces some numbers that
the school's many friends are antic anticipating
ipating anticipating with much pleasure. There
will be no charge for admission and
the friends of the school and pupils
are cordially invited to attend.
The Sunday school picnic which
was to have taken plave at Lake
Weir on Thursday, the 29th, has
Call or phone the Court Pharmacy
lor your quick and accurate prescrip prescription
tion prescription service. Phone 284. 6-12
Remember we have a full line of
aluminum ware. H. B. Masters Com Company.
pany. Company. Adv.
Yes, Mr. Cromer Is the dry cleaner.
He cleans and presses ladles' and Men's
clothes. Telephone 451. 5-21-6t
Captain J. B. Withers of Loch Loch-loosa,
loosa, Loch-loosa, was among the business visi visitors
tors visitors in town today.
Sarah Bernhardt at the Ideal Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night. 5-26-2t
Mother Kroh's remedies for baby ail ailments.
ments. ailments. Guaranteed like all Rexall rem remedies.
edies. remedies. Gerig's ; Drugstores. -Adv.
.Rexall Sarsaparilla Tonic purifies the
blood and builds up the system. $1 per
bottle at Gerig's Drugstores. Adv.
Not a new figure among his breth
ren, out sl new voice on the floor of
the convention, was. that of L. B.
Warren, the stalwart new field secre-
tary of the church building fund of
the Home Mission Board. His speech
of Incisive logic, ready wit, striking
epigrams and rich and rounded elo
quence" was a revelation to even his
best friends and convinced the whole
convention that Dr. B. D. Gray and
his associates on the home board
had made no mistake in securing the
genial, gifted, athletic young bach
elor to lead the most vital movement
that has ever been' inaugurated on
behalf of the three thousand home-
ess churches of the Southland.
Warren will be a winner!- Golden
Watch the Ideal grow. 2-26-6 1
Mr. W. v M. Foxworth, the Levon
lumber and turpentine operator, is a
business visitor in the city today.
Rexall Liver Salts, one of the famous
Rexall remedies of which there Is one
for every ailment. Gerig's Drug Drugstores.
stores. Drugstores. Adv.
Bring your flashlight to Masters
and let us fit it up with a new bat battery.
tery. battery. Adv.
Sarah Bernhardt at the Ideal Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night. 5-26-2t
Godchaux's Linen Suits at Harley
Bros, will keep you cool. Norfolk and
other styles. Next door to Western
Union. Telegraph office. 5-17-12t
Watch the Ideal grovr. 2-2G-6t
At the regular meeting, of the K
of P. last evening, Messrs. Emmet E
Robinson and George McClane were
introduced to full knighthood.
Watch the Ideal grow.
Sarah Bernhardt at the Ideal Tues
day night. 5-26-2t
5 FEATURE LICENSED REELS,
ORCHESTRA MUSIC, TEMPLE TO
A suit of the famous "VARSITY"
underwear awaits the batter who
makes the longest drive in Thurs Thursday's
day's Thursday's ball game between the Ocala-
Reddick-Sparr clubs, at River's Hab
3 FEATURE LICENSED REELS,
ORCHESTRA MUSIC, TEMPLE TO
that was injured
the fire in the
The fire horse
while running 'to
fourth ward a few days ago has
been discharged from Dr. Dunn's
veterinary-hospital and is now all O.
K. and ready for service
Dr. H. C. Groves leaves this after
noon for Lebanon, Tenn., to attend
the commencement exercises of the
college in which Henry Groves, Jr
is a student. He will return home
.the latter part of the week.
WARREN AVILL BE A WINNER
ATTENTION, BOY SCOUTS
The original and only real Boy
Scout Shoes', "Excelsior made." Lit
tle's Shoe Parlor. .5-2 7-6t
- OWNERS ATTENTION
Hand-played rolls are made from
records taken from a pianist's play
ing, and reproduce faithfully the
playing of that artist. Every change
in tempo is cut in the roll and it
shows up exactly the style, rhythm
and individuality of the playing of
the pianist who made the roll. Do
you remember how hard it was to
play "The Rosary," "Cavalleria Rus
ticana," and other classical pieces,
and make them sound like hand
playing? You can now hear them
just as some world-famous artist
artist plays them." How would you
like to hear Carrie Jacob Bond's own
rendition of "A Perfect Day or
Love You Truly?" We have these
rolls for your Inspection.
We are also carrying vocal-style
rolls. These rolls have the words
of the music printed on them at just
the right place for each word to be
sung, when played. They are very
convenient They make singers o
You will find 'our music stock
quite full at present, and we invite
you to drop in and look it over.
ad. o-27-lt A. M. LANSFORD
Picked Team from Anthony, Roddick
and Sparr WS1 be Here
The picked baseball team from
the three live communities of An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, Reddick and Sparr will be in
Ocala Thursday afternoon for k game
with the home nine. This aggrega aggregation
tion aggregation has been considerably strength strengthened
ened strengthened since its first game here and is
confident of its ability to tie or de defeat
feat defeat the home team.
AT THE TEMPLE
Big Two Reel Feature, Five Reels at
the Temple Tonight
An all feature show tonight, five
fine licensed pictures and real music
by the Temple orchestra. "The
Chaines of an Oath," a two reel fea
ture by the Vitagraph Co., will be
our good thing tonight, a grand
story well acted by the best perform performers
ers performers in the moving picture business.
Over the Phone" is a side splitting
comedy and "Mother's Lazy Son" a
great laugh producer. "In- the Land
of the Cactus" is a great western
story and "The Hand of Fate," a
beautiful drama. Doors open at 6:30,
prices 5-10 cents and don't forget to
come early as we have only 800 seats.
You will find the Temple nice and
cool, the reels run by an operator
who knows how and the latest and
best pictures that can be procured.
WORLD'S ALMATVAC AT BALLARD'S
New 1913 World's Almanac. Just re
ceived; 35 cents at Ballard's 'News 'Newsstand.
stand. 'Newsstand. Adv.
TWEXTr-FITE DOLLARS REWARD
Lost, a small Munroe & Chambllss
child's bank. No. 849-A, containing
money. Reward to finder; also $25 re reward
ward reward for name of thief. A. M. Lans Lans-ford.
ford. Lans-ford. Adv. 5-2243t
An elegant line of lawyers' manu manuscript
script manuscript covers. In any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
'. I :
"THE CHAINES OF AN OATH,"
GREAT TWO REEL FEATURE, AT
THE TEMPLE TONIGHT. Adv.
Watch the Ideal grow.
Sarah Bernhardt at the Ideal Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night. 5-26-2t
For first class automobile service
by the trip, hour or day, phone Mo.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. O. Geiger. Ad.
Watch the Ideal grow) 2-26-6t
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
Watch the Ideal grow. 2-26-6t
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Mr. E. H. Mote, president of the
Ocala Cooperage Works, who at
present has his residence in Lees Lees-burg,
burg, Lees-burg, came up on tlje A. C. L. noon
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor
ner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour. Ad,.
INDIAN RUNNER DUCKS
Pure blood fawn, and white, standard
variety of these famous egg ma
chines." Eggs for sale for hatching i
ten cents each. Also two drakes for
sale at 52 each. Write or inquire of
N. Trafton, Belleview. Fla. 4-28
BARBECUE AT OAK GROVE
George Rentz, head of the Rentz
Lumber Company, .of Ocala, was in
the city yesterday on a business mis mission.
sion. mission. Mr. Rentz is one of the best
known lumbermen, in Florida and
numbers a host of friends in this
city. Tampa Tribune.
ylr. Raymond Rou of Reddiek7wio
-last week graduated from the stated
f deaf and dumb school, was in the
city today. Raymond Will after a
week's rest be an attachee of the
V mechanical denartment of ths Star.
Mr ATT.JEprt, who is njjjwrfthe
real estate business in Gainesville,
was in the city during the forenoon.
He says that everything in the Uni University,
versity, University, City is looking up and that
much municipal improvement is go going
ing going on there.
The awnings in front of the Car Car-michael
michael Car-michael property on South Magnolia
street have been removed, prepara preparatory
tory preparatory to the erection of a new -iron
one. The new one will be of iron
and will be suspended from the
building with chains in order to
eliminate the posts which obstruct
A suit of the famous "VARSITY"
underwear awaits the batter who
makes the longest drive in Thurs Thursday's
day's Thursday's ball game between the Ocala-Reddick-Sparr
clubs, at River's Hab Haberdashery.
erdashery. Haberdashery. 5-27-2t
Sarah Bernhardt at the Ideal Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night. 5-26-2t
When La Lose a featuring Sarah
Bernhardt, was shown in New York
the seats cost 50c, 75c. and $1 and
were sold J or weeks ahead at that
price. Tonight the same pictures
can be seen at the Ideal for only five
and ten cents. It is not -so bad to
Jive in a small town after all.
Sarah Bernhardt at the Ideal Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night. 5-26-2t
WELL, GET A GOOD WELL
Some people invest their money in
poor wells. Get a good one by let letting
ting letting S. H. Christian do the work.
5 FEATURE LICENSED REELS,
ORCHESTRA MUSIC TEMPLE TO TONIGHT.
NIGHT. TONIGHT. -Adv.
A Chicago 4 woman predicts that
skirts and kissing will be abolished
within the next hundred years. Isn't
thi3 somewhat tautological, so to
speak? It's a rare man that would
want to kiss anything that didn't
wear skirts. Norfolk (Va.) Pilot.
OtXIE MORDIS MARKET OPEN
The market formerly Known as the
Ollie Mordls Is now open. Will keep, on
and a supply of fresh meats and fish.
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right
Ad. OLUE MORDIS,
The seventeenth' annual picnic and
barbecue at Oak Grove will be held on
Thursday, June 26th, 1913. The public
is respectfully invited. Committee.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort Kins Camp No. 14, Woodmen of
the World, will hold Its next" regular
meeting Friday evening, June 13th, at
Yonge's HalL Every member Is urgel
to be present. Visitors always wel
come. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
C. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad.
"TILE CHAIXES OP AX OATH,"
GREAT TWO REEL FEATURE, AT
THE TEMPLE TONIGHT. Ad v-
Lama back Is usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles of the
back, for which you will find nothing
better than Chamberlain's Liniment.
For sale by all dealers. Ad.
Poor appetite is a sure sign of Im
paired digestion. A few doses of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab
lets will strengthen your digestion and
improve your appetite. Thousands
have been benefited by taking these
tablets. "Sold by all dealers. Ad.
CHAPTER NO. 13, K. A. at.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday In every month, at 7:30 p. m.
C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
"THE CHAINES OP AN OATH,"
GREAT TWO REEL FEATURE, AT
THE TEMPLE TONIGHT.- Adv.
WONDERFUL SKI.? SALVE
Bucklen's Arnica v Salve Is known
everywhere as the best remedy made
for all diseases of the skin, and also
for burns, bruises and boils. Reduces
inflammation and is soothing and heal healing.
ing. healing. J. T. Sossaman, publisher of the
News, of Cornelius, N. C. writes:
that one box helped his serious skin
ailment after other remedies failed.
Only 25 cents. Recommended by Tyd-
ings & Co.
An Extra Account of the Commence-
Commencements come and go, and
the sweet girl graduate we have with
us all the time. A certain adver advertisement
tisement advertisement lately in the Star notified
the public that there, are hut 800
seats in the Temple theater, hut to
one with a poor head for figures it
looked last night as tho there might
be nearer 8000 than 800, and every everyone
one everyone ocupied, and in fact, in many
seats the occupants had to double up.
"The exercises last night were
somewhat different from those we
have had in former years. The won wonderful
derful wonderful class history, usually only in interesting
teresting interesting to members of the class,
likewise the mysterious prophecy as
to the splendid achievements of the
class in future years, was cut "out,
as was the essays and papers of each
individual graduate with the excep exception
tion exception of an oration by Miss Mary M.
Shepard, on. The Loyalty of Service,
which was delivered with distinct distinctness
ness distinctness and grace that charmed, the
whole audience, also an oration by
Robert F. Connor, whose subject,
"The Scholar of Today," was a
splendid effort both in the beauty
and thoroughness with which the
subject was treated and the perfect
manne rin which it was declaimed.
The singing by the school chorus
was the best we have ever heard on
any similar occasion, there being a
number of magnificent voices and
all well trained. Judge Bullock pre presided
sided presided and introduced each speaker
as only the judge can, and his few
remarks at the close to the class, the
teachers and the board of trustees,
congratulating each in turn on the
success of the occasion, and his
earnest, sincere advice to the grad
uates as to theirx future work, was
something to remember for a long
time to come, but when he introduc introduced
ed introduced Dr. W. L. Clifton, the president
of Southern College, he said so many
nice things about him and his work
that- the worthy doctor blushingly
disclaimed the soft impeachment.
Dr. Clifton in part said that young
people like the class of graduates
present looked on an occasion of this
kind as the turning point or at least
the entering point of life, when in
fact they, had been in life for ten or
twenty years; he said he felt like tak taking
ing taking a text and his mind settled on
Romans 12:2 "Be ye not conformed
to this world, but be ye transformed!
by the renewing of your mind," et.,
and applied it to the graduates by
saying that it was almost futile or
stupid to think of life as not con
trolled by its surroundings. They
would soon' find themselves in a
world of change, a .vorld of cus
toms, delusions and manners and a
man to be a man must look between,
these to the beginning of time.
Graduates had no right to be lost
in the common mass, as they have have-had
had have-had the office and presence of books,
the, very fountain of knowledge and
truth; books which give truth" as it
Sows from mind to mind, and if at
times the truth appears to be super superceded,
ceded, superceded, and unpleasant it is because
they have not drunk deep enough
or washed vthe dust of the street
from their eyes, for books bring the
truth of all knowledge of daily life.
He spoke of the fountain of
friendship as being self-sacrifice and
of the pleasure which association
and the society of those who. think
and act as we ourselves do ; friend friendship
ship friendship to be true and abiding must be
willing to serve, but should be as
real as life itself and as clear as the
noonday sun. Every man should
have with him a spirit that would
not allow him to he vanquished, a
spirit bound to win.
He spoke of the fountain of sor sorrow,
row, sorrow, saying it could he made sweet
or bitter according to the way we ac accept
cept accept or combat it. In speaking of
the fountain of difficulties he illus illustrated
trated illustrated it by describing the act of
sailing a boat, the wind may be fair
whan the boat started but after a
time in changing the course it struck
them on the side but the man at the
tiller shifted his sails to meet it, and
even when the boat was headed for
home and the wind came directly in
their fac4, they never gave up but by
tacking made even that adverse 4wind
send them along the course they
wished to sail, the lesson of which
was that there is always a plan by
which difficulties can not only be
overcome but can be made a means
to the end we wish to accomplish.
A man, said the speaker, to be a
true man must be free to speak his
own words, to think hi3 own
thoughts and to those thoughts and
those words all the world will listen
for it will be learning distilled into
wisdom, but even that could not
bring absolute perfection as there
had never been but one perfect man
in the history, of human life and he
subjected to all the ills of humanity.
He concluded by urging all to be
brave of heart and strong and to
acquit themselves like men.
The whole address was beautiful
and inspiring and was listened to not
only by the graduates but by the
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away in the bank. He is safe from worry over unlooked-for
calamity; he is piling up something for his fu future
ture future and acquiring the respect of the men in his com community,
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day knd from week to week, his happiness and self-reliance
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Swiss Cheese, Philadelphia Cream
Cheese, Sap Sago Cheese, Parmesan
y v Cheese. i -:
Cold Boiled Ham, Dried Beef-chipped
Lobsters, Shrimp, Deviled Crabs, Kip Kippered
pered Kippered Herring, Herring in Tomato
Sauce, Findon Haddock Herring Roe,
Clams and Clam Chowder.
whole vast audience with the closest
Mr. W. T. Gary in presenting tho
diplomas to the graduates, referred
to himself as an elder brother, as
their alma mater was also his alma
mater, and thus being an elder
brother he felt privileged to give
good counsel to those who were fol following
lowing following in his footsteps which he cer certainly
tainly certainly did.
The whole exercises were carried
out in a most business like manner
with no confusion, loss of time or a
dull moment anywhere and it was an
occasion long to he remembered not
only by those actively engaged in the
affair hut by everyone of the large
Stiff neck is not only pamrui Tmt fca fca-noyiag.
noyiag. fca-noyiag. To get rid of it quickly, rub
the parts affected with BALLARD'S
SNOW LINIMENT. It penetrates the
flesh and relaxes the muscles so that
the pain ceases immediately. Price
25c, 50c and 1 per bottle. o!d by all
Only a strong minded female can put
a hunk of gum in her mouth and re refrain
frain refrain from chewing it.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES
Area's Foot-Eaee, t he antiseptic im der. 1 1 r r-"Sieve
"Sieve r-"Sieve paiDfil mtfUng, tender, nerrou s feet, and
tnsUntlj takes the sting; on t of corns and bunion.
I? the RTentHt comfort dincoverT of the ace.
Allen a Foot-Ease maV tight or ziew ahoen letl
easy. It Is certain relief for sweating, caHons.
wollen,tired, achlngf eet. Always n-eitto KreiJc
ichewehoes. Tryltto-rfay. hold every w hfre, S5
Cts. .IMm't accept any tubetituU ForFRyEtrial
package addfesa Alien 8. OimteL Le I toy, N. y.
3Ien who hare no sense of humor get
funny at the wrong" time.
"Wash out old sores, Xestermg wounds
and ulcers with DARBY'S PROPHY PROPHYLACTIC
LACTIC PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. It is a wonderful dis disinfectant
infectant disinfectant and healing remedy. It heals
up- running sores of long standing that
will not yield to an ordinary liniment,
because It destroys poisonous germs,
cleanses the sore of foul matter and
helps nature to repair the damaged
flesh. Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold
by all drugstores. Ad.
A seat in a crowded car is a conun conundrum
drum conundrum that a gallant man always gives
up if the girl is pretty.
. If you eat something that disagree
with you don't let it work Its own way
through. It's a slow process and makes
you feel bad. Get rid of it quickly by
taking a pinch of SIMMON'S RED Z
LIVER REGULATOR and wash it
down with a swallow of wate.'V It
drives out impurities in the stomach
and bowels and you feel better Im Immediately.
mediately. Immediately. Sold by all drugstores. Ad.
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, 3IAY 27, 1913
THE STAR WAXTS
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The Star has a very good staff of
correspondents,: but it hasn't half as
many as it wants. In addition to those
it has, it desires to secure correspond correspondents
ents correspondents at the following Marion "county
. Daisy,' y.-
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 4s 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.
Going Over the Books. v
"This item in yiur campaign ex expense
pense expense account mystifies me." said the
auditor. "I don't understand what
you mean by 'raw material.' "That's
an error on tho part of the stenogra stenographer,
pher, stenographer, replied Senator Sorghum. "It
should road, "hurrah material.'
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he said grimly. "And it will make a j
rtEpectable sum when divided up pro- j
rata amongst us. Put's widow and a
slice for the other boys who did not j
happen to be in at the death. Also
today sees' the last flight of one erst- J
while aviator named North. I have j
had enough of sky scraping to last for j
one lifetime. I am going to get mar- j
ried and live happily in a hole in the j
ground forever after." He pointed
ir B ... A m V
! ' ti .. AW I
1 into the air. T
Harry Irving Greenes
T Laah of Circumstance,"
(Oopyrlglit, 1913. by Harry lrrtac Ora)
The Rescue. r
North cam up on a run. "Thank
the Lord," ho exclaimed huskily. -J
feel like falling upon my knees and
worshiping." Ever alert as a weasel,
he looked upon all sides and upward.
"Where Is he now?" he demanded.
- She shook her head.
"I do not know. He left an hour
ago creeping away among the rocks.
He goes and comes as silently as a
shadow. Always he seems to be upon
the watch, by night as well as by day
I doubt if he ever sleeps." She looked
at Alan's torn garments, bloodstained
face and lacerated hands. J. -"Oh, It Is
too bad, too horrible! And Clay"
She shuddered and covered her face
wi'h her palms. "I think I lost my
senses for a time last night when that
terrible thing happened. : He seemed
to be falling for hour3. : Take me away
from this place of hideousness."
North, pacing restlessly about,
frowned. ', ?
"Guess we will all have to wait here hereabouts
abouts hereabouts until v we have located this
game of ours. For all we know, he
may be roosting somewhere about and
waiting for us to set sail. I dare, not
take you'aboard ujtitil I know that he
Is not in a position to interfere. He
has given me a few illustrations of
what he can do InHhe flying line when
he wants, to and neither have I for-
gotten poor Putnam as yet." The wis wisdom
dom wisdom of his position could not be con controverted.
troverted. controverted. Doris must not be risked
in the downward flight until the en enemy
emy enemy was either rendered harmless or
driven afar. They must wait.
Briefly she told them of her ordeal.
Following the fearful shock of finding
nerself borne upward by him had en ensued
sued ensued a, condition of unconsciousness
with brief spells of reason regained,
wherein she saw them running and
falling as they struggled on below in
their pursuit, intermitted by blank
periods until at last she awakened to
find herself in this land of desolation.
He had not seemed to desire to injure
her eithei upon the flight or after
their arrival here, in fact had handled
her no more severely than necessary
in transporting her. And after their
descent he had laid no hand upon
her, only staring at her by the hour
from the distance of a yard or two
with his great, beetle-like eyes, silent
as a gargoyle or a graven Idol. Then
of a sudden he would arise, listen as
though he had heard a sound which
had not registered itself upon her
ears, disappear only to later on come
. creeping, back with the stealth of a
cat to resume his steadfast gazing.
He had not seemed to notice the bit
ter chill of night and had made no
effort to make a fire, and her principal
physical Bufferings had been caused
by the night ; cold. Neither had he
eaten or drank in her presence, and
what hei was engaged in during his
frequent excursions she had no idea
except when ;
She shuddered, clinging convulsive convulsively,
ly, convulsively, to March, speaking In a broken
voice. "I would give years of my life
to efface that horrible memory. The
moon had arisen fairly high when all
" at once be became rigid, listened, and
his eyes shone -Oh, with such a light,
so uncanny, so vindictive. They were
the eyes of a coiled serpent, only so
much greater than a serpent's and
therefore room for Infinitely more
malice. Then he crept away like a
ghost through the shadows of the
plateau with wings trailing and I saw
"him outlined for a moment upon a dis dis-J
J dis-J vtant pile of rocks before he dropped
ftut of sight upon the other side. It
was still then as it is now this un unearthly
earthly unearthly stillness wherein. all noises
seem faint and far away with no
sounding board to emphasize them.
Then a cry arose, a cry so awful that
for a moment I was paralyzed by the
horror of it, and after that came the
sounds of a struggle, the voice ofa
man who is fighting fcr his life, hoarse
and desperate, together with a strange,
croaking sound such as the creature
mde that night upon the lawn after
Clay had wounded him. I knew that
h had surprised either you or Clay,
or possibly both of you, and that
somebody would be killed. My strength
came back to me as it did when I
rushed out to you with the sword and
In my desperation I seized a stone and
ran towards the place where they
were fighting, not knowing "sfhat I
would do except that I would aid with
all my little might. Then I saw him
arise with a dark form in his arms
who it was I could not telL He beat
hi3 way upward until he was very
high, so high that he looked no larger
than my hand, and then Shech&ked
and could speak no more, staring
straight ahead with fixed eyes as if
. fascinated by something far distant
Tand then I sank upon this spot and
' have not left it since, I dared not
: go and look not even in the periods
of his absence."
She paused and they stood silently,
the grewsomeness of it all gripping
them as though they had just awak awakened
ened awakened from the spell of a nightmare.
Then North's voice arose quiet and
Again the Mountains Reverberated to
:. -: the Double Roar. :
even as tnougn ne were speaaing or
the most immaterial of things. "Miss
Fulton, there Is no occasion for fur further
ther further anxiety upon your part, for be between
tween between Alan and myself here we. will
guarantee you protection from all
flying things, man or devil, between
here and Jupiter. Yet we must all be
prepared for action and each be alert
to do his part and that part is going
to happen pretty quick." He made a
slight motion with his head. "He is
coming now. Look to the south." In Instantly
stantly Instantly their eyes flew in that direc direction.
tion. direction. Perhaps a mile away and almost
upon a level with the plateau the Fly Flying
ing Flying Man was bearing down upon them
with the speed of a hawk, flying as he
had done during the long chase : by
the planes, his body almost horizontal
with the earth, his wings cutting the
air with a rapidity of movement that
they could not follow. That he had
just discovered them was evidenced
jby a sudden broad sweep aside, a halt
and a poising, followed by a slowzig slowzig-zag
zag slowzig-zag course towards the edge of the
plateau. Two hundred yards away
from them he alighted, Hand standing
upright and with wings half extended
stared at them unwinkingly with
great, opalesque, eyes. March, his left
arm thrown around Doris and his right
hand clasping bis revolver, was debat-!
Ing as to whether he should risk one
of his remaining three shots at that
Improbable hitting distance. North
yp&a already speeding upon him with
the rush of a terrier.
, For perhaps ten seconds March,
chafing under the Impulse' to charge
after North, yet not daring to leave
the one who was now clinging to him,
Watched them in absolute fixity. Then
as the aviator, now half way across
the space, raised his arm for the first
shot, the flying one beecame a thing
of energy once more, alert and cun cunning.
ning. cunning. The fury of a jealous ape 4 dis distorted
torted distorted his face. With a leap of in incredible
credible incredible quickness he sprang overthe
ledge and disappeared, and when
North, darting up to the edge, peered
over it he saw his prey far below, his
wings half shut, falling as an autumn
leaf eddies downward from a bough.
Close above the surface of the crater
lake he spread his pinions broad,
skimmed over it like a gull and went
soaring upward from the momentum
of his fall. A mile away he alighted
upon the side of the opposite moun mountain,
tain, mountain, went crawling over It upon all
fours with wings trailing, then pick picking
ing picking up a large object mounted again.
Upon the table mountain the three
shot quick, glances at each other. He
was about to bombard them from on
high with stones that if they struck
their mark would fell them as though
stricken by the lightnings, and March,
knowing that he and North would be.
the objects of the attack, thrust-Doris
from him and stepped forth upon the
cleared space that lay before him.
High above them the flying one poised,
beating the air: as anv eagle hovers
above the basking fish as he 4 achieves
a position &f absolute perpendicular perpendicularity,
ity, perpendicularity, then released the missile.
Straight down upon North it shot, but
the aviator darting aside with the
quickness of a weasel, dodged it by
a dozen feet, yet escaping being be beheaded
headed beheaded in its clanging rebound by the
breadth of a hand. The next instant
both, revolvers spoke. t
Three hundred feet above them they
saw him flap convulsiv ly -like a wild
fowl that feels the sudden sting of
lead, wheel in a broad circle, and then
go lurching over the abyss with spas spasmodic
modic spasmodic beating of his wings. A grim
smile came creeping over the face of
North. "We touched him up hard that
time. Now once again, before he gets
out of range." Again the mountains
reverberated to the double roar, and
the Flying Man, collapsing in midair,
turned a complete summersault as he
had done that day when the mortars
were loosed against him. But this
time there was no recovery. Whirling,
spinning, turning dizzily, hisr great
wings now fluttering impotently, he
struck the lake in a spout of spray
that shot high upward, sank, arose,
floated for a moment borne up by his
wide pinions, then disappeared in the
depths of the blue waters as a shadow
merges with the shade.
"And Lake Talo is bottomless. The
scientists will never ven get hl3 body
to speculate over," muttered March.
North turned his tense face upon
"Anyway there are three eye wit witnesses
nesses witnesses who can testify at the coro coroners
ners coroners 4 Inquest, and when it comes to
"Imlay is coming. He must have
heard our guns. He can take cne of
you down and I will guarantee the
safe descent of the other." A grin
overspread his face. "You two seem
to be having your own troubles and I
guess IH fade into the perspective for
a moment if you think you can spare
me. And my blessings upon you." He
turned his back upon them and was
gone behind the rocks. 7
Doris was in March's arms, her
tremblings vanished by that strong
clasp, the horror that had filled her
eyes gone, her sweet ,face upturned
"But tell me," he was whispering.
"Poor Clay he lost his mental poise
at the last and said many wild things.
Was there anyx understanding between
you you know what' I mean, Doris
were you He hesitated, turning his
eyes upon the distant speck floating
in the sky, which he knew to be Im
lay speeding towards them. Her face
grew very grave and her voice was
low as she anticipated the word he
disliked to speak. V ;
"No we were good friends, nothing
more. He asked me to marry him
upon the Sunday of the pursuit and I
told him I would answer him by letter
upon the following day. He had al always
ways always been so kind to me that I did
not have the courage to' refuse him
to his face and he was so strange in
many ways. In my letter I told him
that I could not accept; begging the
privilege of his continued friendship.
He accepted the answer calmly, mere merely
ly merely renewing his avowals of devotion
and repeating that he would give all all-even
even all-even to his life for me." Her eyes
swam mistily. "And the horror of it!.
He kept his word." ,
"He loved you devotedly and did all
that a brave man could for you, Dor Dor-Is,"
Is," Dor-Is," said March gently. She nodded.
"I understand. And his memory
what 'can one ay! She ran her fin fingers
gers fingers lightly across his matted; hair,
where the bullet had raked his skull.
"You were wounded V she asked soft softly.
ly. softly. For the first and last time in his
life March lied to her.
"Yes, an accident the accidental
discharge of a revolver. But towards
the last I thought you loved him most
after alL You never would answer
me, you know." She smiled up at him,
Doris' old smile, and there was no
sweeter one anywhere. :
"That, night upon the lawn when I
thought my last hour had cornel Did
I not leave him and run to your arms?
And was that not answer enough?"
A faint whistle fell upon their ears,
thin sibilant, 'momentarily shrilling
louder. March glanced southward
again. "Imlay is only a mile away
and will be here in another minute to
take you back back to i the home
from which I shall so shortly take you
forever, Doris,", he said as he drew
her closer. Her head was uponhis
shoulder, her face upturned, her .rich
lips but a matter of inches from hia
own. He claimed .them.
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" SEABOARD AIR LINE
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and I advise everyone to use them for
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25c Recommended by Tydlngs &
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