OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30. 1913
Immense Concourse at the Funeral
of the Victims of the Panic of
Calumet, Mich., Dec. 29. The
Western Federation of Miners buried
its dead today. Fifty-nine bodies, j
including those of forty-four child-;
ren, were carried through the streets
down a winding country highway ator IJryan .im, ,;eni.e,entatives
and laid in graves in a snow en-j CIflpk am, IKnIe Think Fer.
shrouded cemetery within sight of j nandina Suitable
Lake Superior. Thousands of sad-;
I Washington, Deo. 30. Fernan Fernan-dened
dened Fernan-dened miners formed the escort of dina.g claims for the ixtl lishtllouSe
the funeral parties and passed be-; district depot were presented yester yester-tween
tween yester-tween other thousands who, as spec- j day to Assistant Secretary of Com Com-tators,
tators, Com-tators, testified to the grief, that has meree Sweet by Harry Goldstein,
oppressed the community since sev-; George M. Eorden and Senator J. E.
enty-two men, women and children
were killed in the Christmas Eve
panic in Italian hall. :
For hours the Sabbath calm was
broken by the tolling of bells and the
sound of voices intoning burial
chants. In half a dozen churches
services were held earlier in the day,
and the mourners went about the
streets, passing from their homes to
the churches, back to their homes,
after brief respites, and again to the j
churches to prepare for the last sad j
trip to the gravesides
Delegations of strikers began;
coming into Calumet early in the day.
The special train of
brought hundreds of
trom tne iron mines ot .egaunee anaprer iaet. mac jacxsonvnie win ie m
Ishpheming and every town and rain- j his future congressional bailiwick.
ing location in the copper country j
sent members and friends ot the,
union to swell Hie ranks of inarch-;
ers in the afternoon.
By noon the union host was
sembled. Months of experience in i
demonstrating their numbers 'to form a
ram:s quicKiy anl with little ueiay
they lined, up four abreast.
The supply of hearses wos inade-;
quate and there were only fourteen
of these vehicles in the van.
came three undertaker wagons anl,
an automobile truck, the latter car-;
rying three coffins. These vehicles ':
contained the adult victims and the ;
oldr child ren. Reside one marched
eisdit women, who acted as palibear-!
ers for a member of the women's I
auxiliary of the Western Federation, j
It was this woman's organization
which was distributing .gifts of can- j
dy. shoes, caps and mittens to the
children of strikers when the panic
Behind the hearses was a section
of the procession which brought
tears and sobs from onlookers.
Thirty-nine white coffins, their size
testifying to the short life of the lit-
tle forms within, were carried by re
lays of strikers. Four men bore each
coffin' and as their arms grew weary
or their feet slipped on the roadway,
relieved them of their j
t'ersons drawn to Calumet solely j
by curiosity became mourners as this j
contingent passed hem.
Men turned away to irush tears i
from their cheeks. Women, espe
cially mothers, sobbed openly. Doz-!
ens unable to endure the sight, rush
ed from the streets, taking refuge in!
homes, where Yuletide had not been;
direct!" saddened bv death. Other
mourners, too. were in evidence
a-,' 7- cr the
e toil-hardened men who,
carried the coffins. They bore the Building Building-lodies
lodies Building-lodies of their companions' children and Taylor,
and many a rough sleeve wss brush-' Cemetery Cemetery-e.i
e.i Cemetery-e.i huriiedly across down-turned ingston.
faces, the eyes of which were ccn-j Sanitary
ceale:! by peaked caps, drawn far ; michael.
Fifty singers chanted hymns in the
wake of those carrying the child-;
rens' coffins. Most of these men
Tvere English miners, who had learn-j Chapter Xo. 13, R. A. M., on the
el in Cornwall to chant Christmas j fourth Friday in every month at
carols in the streets and years asro'l-20 p. m. C. B. Connor, H. P.
brought this old custom to the coo-1
did not sing
rr J 1 a, 1
however, they j
of a new life'
Jesus L.over of My Soul, nock o
Ages and Xearer My God to
came from the throats thick with
emotion, but the harmonies were full
As .the singers turned into Hine
street, which led to the cemeterv
road, the open ranks of marchers 1
wheeled into line. Ishpheming and;
Xegaunee men came first, followed
by a brass band and the members of
the copper country locals.
The last marchers had
started from Calumet before the!
head of the procession had reached
the cemetery gates, two miles away.
All but a half dozen bodies were
I placed in common graves dug yes yes-,
, yes-, terday by the members of the union.
The ground belongs to the fodera fodera-!
! fodera-! tion and it was stated that a monu-
! ment would be erected there, the
1 formal dedication to take nlace a
; year hence.
FOR LIGHTHOUSE DEPOT
Calkins, of Fernandina. They were
accompanied by Senator Bryan and
Representative Frank Clark. The
committee claimed that Fernandina
has obvious advantages over Jack-
sonville, including the fact that at I
Fernandina the government already
owns the requisite frontage of land
and has a proper dep:h of water, and
that Fernandina is nearer the center
o? the new district than Jacksonville,
"Representative LEngle gave his
unqualified endorsement to Feman-
Idina for this lighthouse depot, and
that he has no second choice.--
Me has done this on the merit or' the
"reposition, he says, notwithstanding
lives in Jacksonville, and ;he fur- i
while Fernandina will noi
My endorsement has been
to Fernandina with the best interest
i o t tne
i The department is likeiy
e cis ion in a sew davs.
T' 5 rx: Li: s.rd
MM-hi'san's Governor Says
Will Give Fair Play to Hie
Big Rapids, Mich.. Dec. SO. In
polite language. Governor Ferris
vesterdar told the United States sov
ernment as represented by Special
Investigator John Densmore. en
route to investigate the copper mine
strike and the Italian hall panic, to
mind its own business. Densmore
stopped for a conference with the
governor before proceeding to the
copper country, ,ihe tederal gov
1 ernment has no business in the cop
per country." said the governor. 1
"Michigan is doing her duty. The i
grand jury at Houghton will give j
fair play to Mr. Mover or to anyone i
COMMITTEES OF THE
! Judiciary Livingston,
Finance Carmichael, Helvenston
Light and Water Taylor, Weihe
treet Weathers, Weih and
Police Weihe and Bennett,
Market Living! ton, Hunter
-Can., Weihe and Liv-
Carn, Taylor and Car-
CHAPTER NO. 13, K. A. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
Xn'hino- rVpr for n lutlp rpnpm.
-Nonng nicer ior a nine remem-
j brance than a Kodak picture on a
f ntce calendar. We have the calen-
Thee.dars for all sizes of pictures at loc
Gerig's Drug Store 12-15 tf
larsest shipment of Xunnal-
idie5 that ver came to Ocala.
h 's Can
! just in at Geri"s Drugstore
Special buffet luncheon 50 cents.
Every day from 11:30 to 2:30 at
! Keating's. Everything
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Charged by Federation of Labor.
Which Asks Government to In Investigate
vestigate Investigate Conditions in tin Copper
Chicago, Dec. 29. An appeal to
Congress to investigate conditions in
the copper country of Michigan was
made Sunday by the Chicago Fed Federation
eration Federation of Labor, in resolutions
which directly charged owners of the
mines ana tneir agents wun Deing
responsible for the tragedy of Christ
mas Eve in Calumet, Mich., when 72
children and adults lost their lives.
The resolution also charged that
Houghton county is under a govern government
ment government by gunmen, under orders of the
mine owners, and that Charles H.
Mover, president of the Western
Federation of Miners, was assaulted,
shot and driven out of Hancock by;
thuss and gunmen.
The announcement that the West
ern Fe ieration of Miners will con concentrate
centrate concentrate its strength on the copper
strike was made by Yanco Tcrzich, a
member of the executive beard. Ev-j
ery member of the board, he said, ;
plans to go tp the copper mining re-j
gion next week. J
'Ye are going to win that strike
cr break up the organization," he
sail. As scon as Mr. Mover is able
hs be back there as the leader
KiUR ITfQi At Eurek" i5 the queerer farm in
n give:iiUiUrtVfHi!H 11 1 1. i S llLmUe world, a wild snake farm, which
i Movement of Vessels and Other Mat-
ters of Moment
Silver Springs', Dec. 3 0.
:euts of river vessels are as
The freighter Sharpshooter
! The Wanderer at Jordan.
The Lotus at Electra.
i The Oregcnian at Mucland.
The Isabel left Blue Roads Christ
; mas tor Lake George.
i The Okeehumpkee II. arrives
I lJlt Jtluar (Ltn
The Silver Springs arrives in Pa
latka January 12th.
Warren is at Silver
Oregoman III. is at Connor
The freight boat
steams from Connor
T - X
1 Ucb..il lUi
; Blue Roacl3' and in the afternoon sheCreek instead of ,the main channel,
departs for Palatka, via Xorwalk and!
Welaka, with oranges
Captain Mathews will launch the j
Silver Springs from the SJlver)
springs company s marine ranaj 1
! within ten days
i Most all the small boats and some'
i of the large ones "lay to" Christmas
. ay anci tiie caltains and crews of
same enjoyed the day ashore at their
The Clyde St. Johns river line will
have on the Sanford-Jacksonville run
thee steamers this season, namely:
f 1- f o iVcon villa Vra J.')"Y-V "Pi o 1
Larry and their new steamer. -eeo-
a. i :;e lat name I ve:
this craft will enable the
o; erate a daylight trip from
-rv Citv and the state's met
c v.- :
new Clyde Line ocean
the planning will ':.e
i ne w n-:nia inue o. iu'jus.
Wichita tribe of
All the Clyde liners have ;in:an
I Ca-.:ain E. L. Mills, of the square-j
i de?ke:l sharpshooter, will name his:
j new steamer the "Helkat." which in
1 combination is the names of Kate I
an l Helen Mills, the
The Day Line, Mr. C. Carmichael
iowrer .i mmmani bv Cantain'.m.; arrives lampa .iv a. m.
rr9ni.' r Mnrhew? nnpra'i"" the' 3 lo-al leaves Jacksonville
1 rantt t" -iatne5. operd iiitr
. Jcia o m ot-?t- Or-ala l-0.- n. m.:
new and fast gas vessel tne suver
Avrrt frnm rpip Rn.ils on
Mondav. Wednesday and Friday and
leave Palatka on Tuesday. Thursday
and Saturdav. As the
i vin b faster than the City of cala
1 have not at hand the ccrrt hours
Fifth Sea-on of the "Hart Line"
Commencing Jan. 5 tourist steam
ers steam from Palatka for Silver
springs Monday, Wednesday and'
Fr-'dav t"-45 n m nr afrer arriv-
ai of trains from Jacksonville.
pa, St. Augustine and Miami, arriv arriving
ing arriving at Blue Roads before noon the
next day. Returning, leave Silver
Springs for Palatka Tuesday, Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and Saturday, in early part of
afternoon after arrival of first morn morning
ing morning trains from Jacksonville. Tampa,
Orlando, St. Petersburg and the west
coast to Ocala; and from Ocala by
automobile and Ocala Northern rail railway
way railway train which leaves the Brick
City at 1:25 p. m., arriving at Palat Palatka
ka Palatka the following morning at crack of
A note extracted from the Sharp Sharpshooter's
shooter's Sharpshooter's log-book was dispatchei to
the Hart Line, Palatka, recording
the lowest river on record. The dis dispatch
patch dispatch related also that the river was
very swift and that sand-beds had
formed in places, and the wish that
the ever-famous Hart Line would
enjoy a successful season
Mr. R. H. Thompson, president of
the Hart Line, of Boston and Palat Palatka,
ka, Palatka, appreciated the river note and in
i a letter sent his many thanks, etc.,
and the general schedule.
Mr. L. E. Dozier, the main
spring" of the Oklawaha river, says
that in all probability actual work
will begin inside of twelve months
Ion the river and that the project, a
(60-foot channel, six feet deep, would
I be completed within four years.
! Places and Springs We Know and Do
Pcstoffice address to the Florida
National Park is Connor, and Mr. C.
H. Rogers is forester,
Connor is the principal Han Line
stopping station for the o range
Mucland will rank in the coming
pring as the largest farming ptution
belongs to Mr. Fry. Mr. Fry pays
i highest prices for the most poisonous
live rattlesnake will bring i
I three dollar.s in the river village of
Grahamviile represents the largest
j orange station, and this nreftv river
place has the orange packing house
!' for the river territory. A skating i vigorous campaign to drive the sa sa-'rink
'rink sa-'rink an l the big Howard mansion loons from Jacksonville were fur-
' are located here.
! Delk's Bluff, Silver Springs an
! Connor are picnic resorts.
Lcs Kiss, Connor, Sharp's. Ferry
m,and several points on the lower riv riv-!
! riv-! er are rivals as logging norts.
j Grahamvile is Captain E. L. Mills'
freight terminal for the river, at
Lvhich liace is a large warehouse.
Bear Creek, away down near the
mouth of the Oklawaha, deceive
I "stranger" both going and
. An : j 1 ,-nnVt .mi i Dnw
ran into a hurricane and )oUei a
j honeymoon. And most every "str;
ger" going down stream is sure to
turn into the faIse river Bea). Crek
creek ,g noted fQr beari. bear
being often seen there. Bears can
be eppri oinii?' the river shore line.
.even. Cedar Landing is
north border line, and Putnam coun-
Fort Brooke, where the Dade mas-
sacree occurrel. claims to be the
fiber port. A Mr. Peck ships from
this Indian point great quantities of
palmetto fiber, which is male of the
palmetto leaves stripped up tine and
I rale 3
like hay. sometimes the
down a full
icaiHO of this fiber to Weiak t, where
tO. ... .1 ,i tj.-. ?nv
s" ir".i!STers 11 10 int v.uf iknc iui
The turpentine stations are Eure Eureka.
ka. Eureka. Conner. Douglas on ca' al. and
with station near Tiger
At Heather Island the Savage
brothers are getting cut hard wood
timber. This timber is raftel. then
! floated down stream to Palatka.
A. A. G.
SEAHOAKD AIR LIXE SCHEDULE
Xo. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
: :u P- m.; arrneb kjcai
arrives lampa o.u p. m.
Xo. 9 limited leaves Jacksonville
U: 3 a
m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p.
arrives lampa t p. m.
1 No. 2.
local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.
Xo. 4 local leaves Tampa S:45 a.
- m.; arrives Ocala 12:50 p. in.; ar-
rives Jacksonville 5:40 p. m.
No. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p.
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives
- Jacksonville :30 p. m.
TO BE SUITED
American Girl Compelled to Marry
Mexican Rebel Doesn't Appear
to be Annoyed
Torreon, Mexico, Dec. 30. When
Pancho Villa, who swept the federal
forces from Juarez and then led his
victorious troops south to Chihua Chihuahua,
hua, Chihuahua, 'taking that city, the largest in
the northern part of Mexico, wanted
a wife, he merely went back' to his
old bandit methods to get one. He
chose an American woman and or ordered
dered ordered her to wed him on the spot.
She did, according to the story here.
But so far she has not complained
to any American consul, and no
tion has been taken by the Unitd
Villa, at the head of some of his
troops, entered the American Cloth
ing Company office and saw the
young woman cashier of the place.
He decided that he wanted to wed
her, and the story goes that he sent
for a priest, who was compelled to
perform the ceremony. The affair i
created little comment here at the
time, for it was merely another il illustration
lustration illustration of the methods of Villa
when he was a bandit and since he
has risen to power as an insurgent
against the government.
When Villa left Torreon on his
northern campaign his wife rode be beside
side beside him in the finest carriage he had
been able to seize. She seemed con-
) tented. It is understood she .has ac-
j companied -him cn his campaigns
ever since, ana is now witn mm in
TK M PER AXCE A I ) VOCAT ES
j Declare- Two-Thirds of the People of
Joyful Jax are Against the
Plans for a
! there! today following the mass-
1 j meeting held yesterday afternoon at
I the Y. M. C. A. Under" the auspices
of '"The Young Men's Movement for j because, usually, a second primary
a Better Jacksoaville," at which C. has been necessary in order to secure
B. Heckernell, former reform mayor j nominations by majorities, many vot vot-of
of vot-of Ada, Ohio, was the principal ers have stayed away from the first.
Speakers urged the organization
not to hesitate in its fight but to
push it from the moment of adjourn adjournment,
ment, adjournment, one declaring that two-thirds
! nf tapL-cnti villa nonn'o
the open bar and whenever they can
be rallied the success of prohibition
COAST LIXTS TIME CAI?I
The winter schedule of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line is now In effect. It
is as follows:
Xo. 39 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
a. m., arrives Gainesville at 12:30
a. m., arrives Ocala at 2:40, arrives
St. Petersburg at 9:10 p. m.
Xo. 9 leaves Jacksonville at 3:40
p. m., arrives Gainesville at 6:53 p
m.. avrives Ocala at 8:45 p. m., ar arrives
rives arrives at Leesburg at 10 p. m.
Xo. 37 leaves Jacksonville .at 9:30
p m., arrives Gainesville 12:37 a.
rr., arrives Ocala 2: IS a. m., arrive?
St. Petersburg S a. m.
Xo. SS leaves St. Petersburg S:30
p. m., arrives Ocala at 2:20 a. m..
arrives Gainesville 3:5S a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville 7 a. m.
Xo. 10 leaves Leesburg at 4:45 a.
m., arrives Ocala at 6:05 a. m., ar arrives
rives arrives Gainesville at 7:55 a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville at 10:55 a. m
Xo. 40 leaves St. Petersburg at
6:30 a. m., arrives Ocala 12:54 p.
m., leaves Ocala 1:14 p. m., arrives
Gainesville at 3:30 p. m., arrives
Jacksonville at 6:30 p. m.
OPEN DAY AXTJ rflGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
IS USING PHONES
Strike of Telejrraph Operators Cause
Ousting of the Morse
St. Louis, Mo., Dec. 30 All trains
on the Frisco System are being op operated
erated operated by telephone following the
lockout of four hundred telegraph
operators who threatened to strike.
All telegraph, instruments have been -removed
from the stations and tele telephones
phones telephones only will be U6ed.
The Frisco employs seven hundred
agents and five hundred operators,
nearly all of whom it is said may be
involved in the fight.
BRYAN LAW WILL
' BE A BENEFIT
It Will Make Politics Cleaner if It is
Honestly Carried Out
(Senator X. P. Bryan in the Tampa
Editor Tribune: In response to
ac-iyour invitation for an article in your
Christmas edition, I have decided to
discuss some features of the primary
election law passed by the last legis legislature.
lature. legislature. This act has been the subject of
much criticism by the newspapers.
On the whole I believe that the crit criticism
icism criticism has been favorable The ad-'
vere criticism, it seems to tie, has
been the result of a failure to study
and comprehend the law.
The nomination of public officers
by primarv election is in quite gen general
eral general use, and, instead of being re restricted,
stricted, restricted, is more likely to be extend
ed. In 1897, the legislature or Flor Florida
ida Florida provided for voluntary primaries
by authorizing the executive commit committee
tee committee of any .political uarty to pursue
this method cf nomination. The
original act has teen amended many
times, but the voluntary feature re remained
mained remained until the legislature passe i
the act under consideration in 1913.
Now we are to have compulsory pri-
j manes, applicable aiiiie 10 an names.
-acting at the preceding general'
election as much as 5 per cent of the
total vote. Cur experience has
shown that primaries heretofore held
have been expensive; that the ienal-
ties prescribed for violations of the
i law have been so inadequate as hard-
ly to justify a prosecution; 2nd that
Manifestly, then, the time was op opportune
portune opportune to reduce, if possible, the
necessary expenses, abolish the sec second
ond second primary, and to throw further
safeguards about the selection of the -nominees.
The law of 19T3 under undertaken
taken undertaken to reduce expenses in two
ways: (1) By providing a plan
whereby candidates can .reach the
voters without the necessity of writ writing
ing writing a letter to each voter and send sending
ing sending to each voter a platform or lit literature
erature literature designed to influence, him, in
favcr cf the candidate sending it out.
2) Ey rendering unnecessary addi additional
tional additional campaign expenses after the
voters have had an opportunity to
In several of our campaigns per personal
sonal personal letters and pamphlets bearing
two cent stamps have been sent to
every voter appearing upon the reg registration
istration registration lists. When one candidate
Ices this the other candidates feel
that it is necessary for them also.
Then the newspaper advertisements
have been considerable. A very ccn ccn-erative
erative ccn-erative estimate of the cost of
mailing the letters, pamphlets, anl
cing a moderate amount of newspa newspaper
per newspaper advertising for a state office, un un-ler
ler un-ler the oil plan in vogue heretofore,
is $10,000, and the campaign be between
tween between the first and second primaries
has added to this expense very large largely,
ly, largely, especially in newspaper advertis
ing. Therefore, there was incorpor incorporated
ated incorporated in Chapter 6469, passed by the
last legislature, two provisions: (1)
eliminating the second primary and
substituting in its place second
choice or preferential voting; and
C2) providing for a pamphlet to be
published under the supervision of
the secretary of state, and m-diied to
each voter of the party to which the
candidate belongs. The fost of this
pamphlet is intended to be met by
assessments upon the candidates.
The pamphlet takes the place of the
letters and pamphlets, and costs the
candidate not to exceed $400, where whereas
as whereas his expenses heretofore have been
many times that amount.
But the candidate will want to be
sure that his claims to the office he
seeks reach the voters. How Is this
(Concluded on Page Fonr)
THE OCA LA EVENING STAR. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1913
" -. -
OCALA OCCURRENCES l"!"! TT rt m 1
Circuit court resumed operations : CI.L'Ii WILL ENTER ON
H. L. Hutchinson of Gainesville is
ac the Harrington.
State Attorney Geo. Y. Schofield
Is at he Ocala House.
A COl'NTV CAMPAIfiN
If you are interested in furniture
read ad on page 6. 11-20-tf
W. A. Stevens of Fort McCoy and
J. H. Lanier of Eureka are at the
W. E. Smith of'Mlcanopy and H.
A. Smith of Williston were at, the
Ocala House last night.
J. -M. Willis and wife and E. M.
Willis and sister of Williston were at
the Harrington today.
The Theus-Zachry Co. i3 surely up
to date. It keeps a ferret to drive
rats out of its warehouses.
Mr. S. B. Hawk has returned from
his visit to Jefferson county, and
last night reopened his efficient bus-1
iness college for the "winter term.
Odd' Fellows meet this evening.
Election of officers will be held and
refreshments will be served when
the business, meeting is over.
The regrettable news comes from
Mcintosh, that Mr. W. E. Allen, one
of the leading itizens of that place,
13 very sick, Jlis son-in-law, Mr. J.
W. Johnson, of Ocala, went to Mc Mc-Ihtosh
Ihtosh Mc-Ihtosh this afternoon to visit him.
Mr. Louis Lang, now visiting
friends at Miami, sent as a Christ Christmas
mas Christmas present to Dr. Boozer, a big
bunch of cocoanuts in the husk. The
doctor will make the best use of the
delicious fruit after awhiie; mean meantime,
time, meantime, the bunch is an attractive part
or the Commercial Bank agricultural
"Mr. B. F. Young, a leading Phila-
delphia commission man, who with
his wife is stopping at the Harring Harrington,
ton, Harrington, is doing much business with the
producers of this territory. Mr. and
Mrs. Young have a handsome winter
-home at Mount Dora.
-Sunday afternoon while riding the
little Shetland pony belonging to
Marion Lummus, Earle Osborn was
thrown off, his foot caught in the
stirrup and the pony dragged him
along the street and kicked him,
inflicting a wound in his head. Eafle
was unconscious all Sunday night
and was auite sick yesterday, but is
"Little Glenn Igou, eight years of
age, was run down by a hack Sunday
afternoon on Exposition street and
received a painful flsh wound on his
head. Mr. R. L. Carter took the lit little
tle little fellow home and called a physi physician
cian physician who soon made him comfortable.
Senator J. S. Blitch of Levy coun county
ty county and Mr. I. N. Rawls, a prominent
cattle man of the same county, came
over from their home at Montbrook
this morning in an auto and took the
train for Gainesville. They pro pronounce
nounce pronounce the road in bad shape. If
the county doesn't have that road
improved in the next year, we are
going to have a fight to keep that
section In our. boundaries when the
The next meeting of the Young
Men's Democratic Club will be held
in the K. of P. hall on the evening
of Friday, January 9th. The meet meeting
ing meeting will be one of considerable im importance
portance importance as plans for organizing the
clab in each precinct in the county
will be discussed.
REAL ESTATE TRADE ON
SILVER SPRINGS ROAD
The Herry family have sold their
thirty-acre farm three miles out on
the Silver Springs road, formerly
the Driving Park Association's prop property,
erty, property, and have moved to Ocala to re reside.
side. reside. Mr. Tillis, from east of the
Oklawaha river, is the new owner of
the property, and will move into the
place and farm.
MAKE HIS HOME AGAIN
IN OLD MARION
Mr. Joseph Hunter of Jacksonville
has sold out his holdings in that city
and shipped his good3 to Ocala and
with his -wife and young son will re reside
side reside in this city. Mr. Hunter moved
to Jacksonville a number of years
ago from Marion county, has pros prospered
pered prospered there and now wishes to again
become a resident of the banner
county of the state.
THE EMPIRE STATE
Mr. G. B. Fann of Wayeross, Ga.,
has moved his family, consisting of
his wife and four children to Ocala,
and will commence housekeeping in
a few days. Mr. Fann has been em employed
ployed employed by Mr. R. J. Rivers at his
mill west of Ocala for some time and
moves his family here from Georgia
that the children may attend school.
Mr. R. P. Love, for several months
clerk at the Ocala House, but who
has been at his home in the north
the last few months, arrived today
and will take a place behind the
Harrington Hall desk. Mr. Love is
popular with both Ocala people and
the traveling public, and his return
here is hailed by his friends with
Sunday afternoon while putting up
a stovepipe, Mr. Arthur Anderson of
Fairfield, lost his balance and fell to
the floor from a six-foot step-ladder.
Mr. Johnson Is a large man, weigh weighing
ing weighing 200 pounds, and his weight went
on his arm, breaking It at the elbow.
A doctor brought the injured man
to Ocala and he was taken to the
hospital, where an X-ray examina examination
tion examination was made. It is a serious frac fracture
ture fracture but the physicians set the arm
and after making "him as comfortable
as possible, his physician took him
back home Sunday afternoon.
Mr. W. J. Frink of Levon has the
sincere sympathy of his host of
friends in the loss of his mother
who passed away at her home in
Jasper. Mr. Frink spent the holi holidays
days holidays with his parents and had just
returned to Levon when the message
came yesterday afternoon announc announcing
ing announcing the critical illness of his mother.
He left on the first train for her
bedside and was there when the end
came this morning. The funeral
will be held tomorrow morning.
We Are Still Hoping
New Year's Dinner
Will Be A Dream
"Walnut and Pecan Meats, Shelled
Almonds, Assorted Glace Fruit,
Crystalized Cherries and Pineap Pineapple,
ple, Pineapple, Dromedary Dates, Stuffed
Dates, and Figs, Fruit Salad, Pre Preserved
served Preserved Ginger, Roiled Cider, Mince
Meat, Plum Pudding, Fruit Cake,
Jveiller's Jams and Orange Marm Marmalade,
alade, Marmalade, Pure Maple Sugar, Codfish
Waffles, Codfish Balls, Russian
Caviar, English Channel Mackerel,
Burnt Onion Sauce, Kitchen Ro Roquet,
quet, Roquet, Bloater Paste, Anchovie
Paste, Chosse IllackvreU's Chow Chow-Chow,
Chow, Chow-Chow, Gherkins, Onions and Sour
Mixed Pickles, Datenut Butter,
Onion Salad, Anchovies.
0. K. Teapot Grocery
Phones 16 and 174
FOR RENT A five room cottage
on corner of South 4th and Orange
streets; possession will be given at
once. Apply to A. M. Bobbitt, 310
South Main street. 12-30-6t
Mr. A. P. Munroe, formerly in the
turpentine business at Citra, -but for
the last two years down in Manatee,
is visiting his Marion county friends,
and may make his home with them
Xunnally's the standard of the
South, Liggett's the standard of the
North, either of these candies to be
had in Ocala at Gerig's two stores
Florida raised 90-day Oats for sale
at Ocala Seed Store. 12-19 tf
A select line of Stationery is on
display at Gerig's Drug Store and we
feel sure you can supply your
wants. 12-15 tf
FOR THE BENEFIT
IF THE HOSPITAL
8! HOME MNI
FACTS AXD PHOTOS
Another Fine Tribute to the Marion
Waynesboro, Pa., Dec. 26, 1913.
Mr. J. D.Rooney, Secretary Board of
Trade, Ocala, Fla.
My dear Sir: In answer to yours
of the 23rd, wish to acknowledge re receipt
ceipt receipt of your booklet of "Facts and
Photos" and copies of your newspa newspapers,
pers, newspapers, for which I am very grateful.
They contain valuable data I was
thankful to get. I have shown them
to others and I must confess the
majority of people have been sur surprised
prised surprised at what you have to offer.
I would like very much to take a
trip through your section this spr'gig,
if I can make arrangements to be
gone long enough. I have been
through Central Florida, around San San-ford,
ford, San-ford, Lakeland, Tampa, etc., and was
very much pleased with what I saw.
I fully believe that Florida is just
beginning to attract substantial at attention,
tention, attention, which will greatly help it in
its future growth.
Thanking you again for your kind kindness,
ness, kindness, I am,
R. D. Sefton, Gen'l. Mgr.,
C. G. & W. Street Railway Co.
EASILY FOUND A LOOPHOLE
AmcH Well Bo tutus Kestf.
We will send for your clothes and launder them as
they should be laundered, returning them to your
home as quickly as first-class work can be turned out
Our machinery is all of the latest make, which practi practically
cally practically eliminates the possibility of injuring even the
most delicate fabrics.
1913 state and county tax books
are now open. Two per cent off for
November payments and one per cent
off for December payments. Come
early and avoid the rush, being sure
to bring a correct description of
""ur property with you. 11-5-tf
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.
Once More Corporation Lawyer Made
Himself Entitled to Admira Admiration
tion Admiration of Mankind.
They were swapping tariff yarns.
"You know Simonpure Spring wa water)
ter) water) that Canadian water," a drum drummer
mer drummer said.
"Sure, sure, Mike," they chorused.
"Well, just before the Dingley tar tariff
iff tariff bill passed, a bunch of Boston boys
bought the Simonpure spring. They
thought to get rich by importing the
water under the new tariff law.
"But Dingley, bless his heart
Dingley put a duty of 25 cents a gal gallon
lon gallon on spring water and the Boston
boys were in a pretty fix."
"What did they do? What did they
"Why, they sought out a corpora corporation
tion corporation lawyer, of course, as you or I'd
," 'Lawyer, they said, 'we want 'jo
break the law.'
"The corporation lawyer thought
hard. Then he winked.
" 'Freeze your water," he said. Im Import
port Import It in cakes and bottle it on this
side of the border. There ain't no
duty on Ice.'
"Aren't these corporation lawyers
wonders? The scheme worked and
it's still working. Simonpure spring
water is drunk all over the Union
today and on every gallon of it,
thanks to that corporation lawyer,
the government is robbed of 25 cents."
FOR SALE Five passenger, 20 20-horsepower
horsepower 20-horsepower 1912 atuomobile; cheap
for cash, or will exchange for build
ing lot. Box 26, Ocala, Fla. 12-27-6t
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock ( In
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis
itors in the city invited to be with as
G. L. Taylor, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.
Fruit Cake (dark or white), pound
cake, raisin cake, fig cake, nut cake,
ruarbel cake, etc., 30 cents per
pound, at Carter's Bakery. Phone
360. 12-18-6t dly
CONCORDIA LODGE P. j. OP A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets In Yorige's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
At Helntz' Bakery go for fruit
cakes, pound cake, currant cake,
lady fingers, xnaccaroons and any
other cakes you wish. Always on
hand, fresh bread and pies. 12-15-tf
Odd Fellows meet, tonight.
Difference Between Rib and Bar.
Mr. James Stuart, a former lord
rector of St. Andrew's university, has
in one of his books the following illus illustrations
trations illustrations of word values. On one occa occasion
sion occasion Mr. Stuart chanced to be assist assisted
ed assisted In some engineering work at Cam Cambridge
bridge Cambridge by a native of Fifeshire. In
the words of the narrative, "he (the
worker) lodged with an employe of
the Pitt Press, but one day, to my
surprise, he changed his lodgings.
"I asked him what was the reason
for the change. 'There's a kind o'
cauldness sprung up between me and
the man,' said he. 'How's that,
James?' 'Weel,' he said, 'they use
very curious words here. "What kind
of words?' said I. 'Weel, said he,
'they ca' ribs of a grate bars. 'But
what had that to do with it?' said I.
'Oh, said he, 'it just came aboot this
way. I was sittin' wi' a bit chisel in
my hands afore the fire, and I wanted
to soften it, and said to the wife,
"Will ye just let me slap this in your
ribs?" and with that she gae a skirl,
and in comes the man, and there's
been a cauldness between him and m
To Prevent Blood Poisoning
apply at once the wonderful old reliable Dl
PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OI I., a
sjical dressing that relieves pain and hta:s
be same time. Not a liniment. 2?c. SvC, '..C
We have just received a large line
of elegant Photo Albums, Scrap
Books, Baby Books, and Auto Trip
Cooks which are beauties. Look
them over at The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 12-9.
John Burns, member of parliament,
in a recent address asserted that it
was to English speaking peoples that
the world is indebted for the great
codes that have been originated for
the care of the public health. He said
that these peoples are the colonizers
of the world, they are modern Romans,
whose strength lies in their limbs not
in their swords, and this is due to their
noble motherhood. "Healthy parents,"
i says Mr. Burns, "happy children. For
this the parents muet be cleanly wed.
children nobly bred, wisely fed, and
firmly led." He advocated plain liv living,
ing, living, gave statistics to show that high
wages did not lessen mortality among
children, and that in English farm la laborers
borers laborers the death rate was much small smaller
er smaller than in other pursuits though wages
were very low.
i tiie tot ooer
For Weakness and Loss of Appetite
The Old Standard general ftrencihenir tonic.
GROVE S TASTELESS chill TONIC, drives oat
Malaria and builds up tke system. A true tonic
anu sure Appetizer. For adults and children. 50c
o Tl o
but not the abuse of it, is good for
It flushes the system of waste. Most
people drink too little liquid. Their
systems become clogged with waste,
thus impairing the efficiency of the
nervous and digestive organism.
TM Tl Tl O
and get all the good without the
harm. It is not enough to make
pure beer it must be kept pure.
"Beer exposed to light for five min minutes
utes minutes becomes undrinkable." The
Brown Bottle keeps Schlitz pure
from the brewery to your glass.
The Carmichael & Sons Co.
116 N. Magnolia Street
That Made Milwaukee Famoos.
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1913
The best place to hide money is where they have
vaults for safely protecting it. Every, week we see
newspaper accounts of people having been robbed.
ugar-bowls. rag-bags, under the carpet, behind pic pictures
tures pictures and all of those other places where people con conceal
ceal conceal their money, are well-known to burglars. Hide
it in OUR BANK, then you know you can get it
when you want it.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest n Savings Accounts
WAKE UP! VAKE UP!
! Ocala, Fla., Dec. 30, 1913.
! Two days more until a new year
! No action taken in reference to
' Comfort Lodge. City council under
'our present charter cannot appro appro-;
; appro-; priate funds to maintain it. Other
! cities throughout Florida during
1913 have opened similar rooms to
, welcome the country people and pro pro-j
j pro-j vide a place to rest and. leave their
children, some adopting the methol
! of checking the children at a fee of
i 10 cents, while most of them are en en-jtirely
jtirely en-jtirely free.
Won t our city wake up and re respond
spond respond to the call for immediate re
lief? Otherwise Comfort Lodge
closes Jan. 1st, 1914. j
Present list of contributors to this
monthly fund only show $21 as the
total amount. Business men, stop
jand think; this effects you, this
place of rest for our country people
I should appeal to every merchant,
business man or citizen of Ocala.
jYou reap the return in your invest
ment. The good people of the coun
ty make their purchases from our J
I stores. Then don t let us allow this
Rio Grande, seeking safety in the
United States. Several hundrei of
the fighters have been rounded up by
The Ladles Wl FMdl
Number of New Members Added to
Its last meeting of the year laid a
foundation for much work for 1914
for Ocala Lodge Xo. 19, K. of P.
The accolade of knighthood was
laid on the shoulders of Messrs. G.
E. Shephard and T. C Clayton.
Messrs. John Seller, L. V. Helton, B.
C Murphy, R. B. Dyals and C. R.
Murphy were instructed in the duties
At the next meeting,' Monday
night, Jan. 5, the officers for the:
nest term will be installed and a!
! supper will follow. j
i There are many applications in,.
and the prospects are that the lodge
will steadily grow during 1914.
in this bank not only a sincere desire to please
and serve them, but also the means to do so.
We have provided for their special benefit a
convenient, small sized check book, bound in fine
leather and stamped in gold.
Every woman will appreciate the comfort and
cleanliness, to sayinothing of the safety of paying by
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
An Active United States Depository.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
; Howard Simpson on Trial and Hurst
j Case Will Come Up Tomorrow
Immediately upon the convening
jthe only place for their comfort to of the circuit court today the case of
'be closed. Xo business'house is pre-' the state vs. Howard Simpson on a;
! pared to care for even its own cus- charge of assault with intent to mur-
I tomers, with the accommodations you der, was taken up.
I i i
can get by making Comfort Lodge aj Fourteen jurymen were sumrnon sumrnon-!
! sumrnon-! success. ea from which the following six were
! It will be a shame and reflection selected to hear the 'testimony: W.
on our part to allow it to close. If F. Abshire, A. D. Mitchell, J. A.
I were able I would gladly meet the Freeman, W. R. Miller, Clarence
entire responsibility. Had our or organization
ganization organization the membership it should j
R. W. PARTRIDGE, JR. DAVID S. WOODROW
Priest and M. D. Watson.
Mrs. L. E. Boiler and Ivan, her
12-year-old son, survivors of Mr. L.
E. Boiler, who was killed during the
summer at his home'on the Anthony
road three miles north of the city,
were the only witnesses introduced
by the state. Simpson went cn the
stand in his own defense, but intro-
i. e. riLCHEi:
iction Lot Sales a Specialty.
Huntington, West Va., and Ocala, Florida.
Anywhere Everywhere Any time
.have in Ocala I know full well its
; members would vote an appropria appropriation
tion appropriation sufficient to maintain Comfort
Lodge. Still it must not be allowed
, to close.
i Wake up, Ocala! Will you lose
this opportunity to show your ap
preciation of the farmer, the tiller of duced no other testimony.
the soil? How better can you do this State Attorney Schofield was as-
than by rallying to the support of the sifted in the prosecution by Mr. W.
only place in Ocala that offers them M. Gober, while Mr. W. K. Zewadski
a place to rest, eat their lunch, leave represented the defense.
their children, assemble their pur-! Both attorneys far the state have
-' chases before going home. 11 should argued the case before the jurv and
lie male one of the most attractive Mr. Zewaieki is presenting the de de-places
places de-places in our city. Our people should fend ant's side of the case as we go
rise in their splendid manhood and
womanhood and let us rehabilitate
this lo;!ge. Donate pictures. There
i not a home that could not spare
from broken sets of dishes tableware,
linens, napkins,, bedding: in fact, ev ev-jery
jery ev-jery department needs supplies; new
i matting on the floor, new ch.irs and
itr.ldes: should be fitted with electric
j lights, some more rots of flowers
4 is nothing: quite
so swe et to the ears
M bride as sterling silver.
Apart from the quality which
is high here, and the chasteness
of the patterns which can be seei
at a elance, it is important to know
that the prices are not extravagant
Oar jewelry store is the best place in the
county to get suggestions for wedding presents.
We have made a study of this "gift question." It is oar
business to know what is suitable for various gift occasions.
Choose Your Gifts Here
Oar stock is varied and so are the prices. Every taste and
every pocket book is sure to be suited. We have
many inexpensive but dainty utue novelties here
hesides silverware which will make excellent rifts.
vnn Innkinor for et th nrir vou want to nav. Mwxii,
Everything In our fine line of silverware,
Etms, jeweirjr. watcnes, etc.. contain
, nothing but real, tangible values,
coupled with up-ti-date styles.
Dropia and lfj us assist you
enoosme your weaamg
U GAR HAMMOCK LANDS.
Watctrthis space for particulars of this valuable
body of Marion County's richest lands, which will
soon be offered for sale.
ac'del. Then our country people
feel they were appreciated.
Stop: Think! What does it -cost to
maintain Comfort Lodge:
Rent, maid, lights, water, wood,
to press. J
This case is the outcome of the
death of Mr. L. E. Boiler, and Simp-;
sou's step-father, J. W. Hurst, has
been indicted for the murder.
Hurst's trial will come up tomorrow.'
Cn account of the prominence giv- ;
en the killing at the time it occurred
some .difficulty is anticipated in get-:
ting a jury for the ease an 1 Judge
Bullock has ordered a special venire
of twenty-five men to he summoned
for tomorrow morning.
IX JUWJti S3IITH'S COURT
This can all be taken care of for Judge Smith this forenoon heard j
S"0 per month. Now won't our peo- two preliminary cases, both charges!
pie not wait to be solicited but tele- beinf for breaking and entering. One
phone quick, just what you will give was white and other other colored.!
each month? No collector to be sent Both were bound over to the next ':
around. Mall the first day of each term of the circuit court to await the!
; mcnth or quarterly in advance your action of the grand jury. The white
i donation to Mrs. J. R. Moorhead.
jthen Comfort Lodge will stay open.
I Let us get a new lease on the loca
tion, as well as give this benevolent
work a new lease. Open up your was taken up during the afternoon
i hearts and respond quickly or it will ( with the trial of Albert McDuffy andl
j be closed. ; several colored women who are
! Telephone 3S1 or 25G just what charged with making way with a a-iyou
iyou a-iyou will do. Act at once; this must trunk from the A. C. L. denot about'
be done by Jan. 1, 1914. jtwo weeks ago.
j Many of the old subscribers are j
I willing to increase their contribu- GIIAVI CH AUG K
boy was the one arrested at Candler f
a few days ago after entering the j I
store of Belcher & Son. I
The time of Judge Smith's court ; I
try? y :5wwvS i?y2 All boy for all bo y.
iffWB.JiWfcJ;' ' '&1i a whistle, fail of
iJ'x month. Manlv.i
Jtion; will you? Don't hesitate to j
! phone quick your donation. j
J Hurry up and let me knev what'p,
iyou will do to add 'to the brighten-j
' ing up of Comfort Lodge.
Hurry, hurry, hurry.
J. D. Rocney.
TO TilK GOOD PEOPLE OF OCALA
TO OUR FRIENDS:
WE WISH YOU ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR!
YOU HAVE MADE THE OLD YEAR A HAPPY ONE FOR US,
BECAUSE YOU HAVE GIVEEN US LOTS OF BUSINESS.
ARE YOU GOING TO COME BACK TO US NEXT YEAR, BE BECAUSE
CAUSE BECAUSE YOU'VE BEEN SATISFIED WITH WHAT YOU GOT
FROM US. WE KNOW YOU WILL RISING YOUR FRIENDS TO
TRADE WITH US. THOSE YOU BRING WE WILL MAKE
OUR FRIENDS, BY GIVING THEM HONEST HARDWARE AT
MaridD! Hardware Co,
Phone 118, Ocala, Fia.
After a conference with many of
the supporters of Comfort 1. l-? for
the nai three years, we fully realize
it muit meet with a hearty response
f i cm cur people, financially, c close.
A number are willing to increase
'their donations, but more funds are
ominent Sumter County Citizen
Accused of Tampering With
Tampa Tribune: W. C. G. Kilgore,
nno nf YYM 1 r wrr r c ninct rrfrmTcnr
j citizens, a former minister of the
I gospel, ex-mayor of tne town ana at
;the present time serving as justice,
o the peace, was arrested by Deputy j
1 U. S. Marshal L. A. Reynol ls Satur-!
zzy cn a capias issued by the feleralj
'grand jury in Jacksonville charging,
-him with cutting or breaking into aj
The SAFE boys' magazine
Tf!r? mncths of t.a-
jki.M.y ix year
not a child's p?oer. Clean as
picture. 36 to 52 oapea ererr
nti ri n 17 utorif of t r.-v! gtdvpn.
nira. atniMJcs. niHtory. waool liie. imttra ty
most popular bo?V authors. iMtrnotiT 8pKSal
artirtefi. Fine articles o football and other
fyiorts. X)ppirtnnnt o Mechanio. ElectrJftty,
Photo(erthy. Popular Bcienoe. How to Make
Thinss. Stamp Collecting ('hioknB. Pets, tiar tiar-deniiiK.
deniiiK. tiar-deniiiK. Inventions and Natural Wonder.
' 11 MwMaa
Pailj- Star one year, price $5.00
American Boy, one year .1.00
Total .. .. .. . .$6.00
SPKCIAL. HOLIDAY PIUCE
BOTH FOR $3.50
(Strictly in Advance
Read bji 500,000 hoys
United States mail sack with intent intent-to
to intent-to rob it. I
neeiei. It will be impossible for me Mr ReynoId3 took his prisoner to!
as in the past to make a canvass ev-f0eala where L s. Commissioner j
ery month for the funds and some some-'
' some-' times go two or three time's.
; I don't want to see this work stop stopped
ped stopped and Comfort Lodge closed, but
j unless more money is subscribed I
; will be forced to give it up.
I leave it with the people of Ocala.
i Mrs. J.. R. Moorhead.
Williams held him under a 1500 j
bend to appear at the next term of j ycan5 fp Uflllt
the United States court at Jackson-! n is
Mr. Kilgore promptly furnish- a"u aaa.
WHITE STAR LINE
TRANSFER AXD FIUKPKOOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS.. Proprietors.
ed the bond and returned to his!
home protesting vigorously his in-j buipplDQ 01
nocence. He was indignant at being Fnrnitnrp PiaiinS
FKBEKALS TAKING TO FLIGHT
;CaptureI by Hundreds on this Side
of the Rio by American
Presidio. Tex., Dec. 30. Part of
the Mexican federal army has de de-jserted
jserted de-jserted from the fort at Ojinaga, op op-j
j op-j posite here and after going up the
j river crossed to the American side.
The federals have become de de-;
; de-; moralized by the threatened attack
of the rebels, who had marched from
; Chihuahua and running away from
their commanders, plungei into the
arrested on such a charge and de declared
clared declared it a shame that a man of his
age, sixty-nine, a minister and one
who has reached as high a station in
life a3 he has, should be arrested oh
such a charge.
WATER TOO COLI
FOR WINTER VISITOR
St. Petersburg, Dec.
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
! OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge. No. 286, Benovelent
On Friday evening, Jan. 2nd, a and Protective Order of Elks, xnesU
Masonic lodge and Eastern Star i ings In each iconth. Visiting breth
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. A(L
Fnllpr. from Lexin?ton. Kr.. died in
a bath house at Pass-a-Grllle shortlv chapter will take place in the Mason- j ren always welcome.
afternoon yesterday. He ha! just ; ic hall, after which a banquet win be
come from the water and it is pre- j ne- t
sumed that he was stricken with a i
congestive chill. Masons meet Thursday evening.
K. of P. meet Monday night.
THE OCA LA EYENIA'G STAR, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1013
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. II. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance.... 2.5
Three months, in advance. 1.25
One month, in advance 50
WORK SHOULD BEGIN AT ONCE
Many plans for the improvement
of our city were made during the
year that is closing, and it will be a
reflection on our enterprise if some
of them are not carried to comple completion
tion completion in the year that opens this
The enterprise nearest to hand,
the one easiest to carry out and
which will bring the most immediate
results is building an electric rail railway
way railway line to Silver Springs, now a
part of the city, and inaugurating a
freight and passenger service to con connect
nect connect with the boats on the Oklawa Oklawa-ha
ha Oklawa-ha river.
We want to make of the panhandle
that joins the main portion of the
city to the springs an unbroken line
of suburban residences, traversed by
a boulevard that will be one of the
beauties of the state as well as a con constant
stant constant source of pleasure to our own
people. We cannot make much pro progress
gress progress toward this end without an
electric railway, for the simple rea reason,
son, reason, that in no other way can we ob obtain
tain obtain a mode of transportation suffi sufficiently
ciently sufficiently cheap and reliable to meet
tio ncpiis rf the mainrifv n f tVie npn.
Building an electric railway line is
"n At nn lmmoTiea unHortatinc Thirtv-
five or forty thousand dollars would
lay the rails, put up the wires and
buy a couple of passenger and as
manv freieht cars. We alreadv have
the power plant. The line would be be-in
in be-in to pay expenses as soon as the
cars began to run. Its a well-known
fact that there are always more peo people
ple people wanting to go to Silver Springs
than can find transportation. The
great impediment to a constant
freight fafic by way of the river
.ias been the little gap of five and a
half miles between the city and the
springs, harder to get over than the
200 miles between the springs and
There never has oeen a finer resi residence
dence residence section annexed to a city than
the strip between Ocala and the
springs. It is high and dry to with within
in within a few yards of the water. It is all
down hill from the city, making an
unbroken slope for drainage and
adding to water pressure all the way.
With a trolley line to give cheap and
convenient transportation, people
would at once commence to build
lomes on the outlying territory, and
in five years there would be an un unbroken
broken unbroken street, with not a few side
and cross streets, all the way to the
Along this line are many sites
particularly adapted to the most ele ele-cant
cant ele-cant homes. Several of these have
been already engaged and plans laid
for residences of the finest class.
This strip is also, adapted to the
terprises, and it may be confidently
expected that building a trolley line
would be soon followed by the erec erection
tion erection of fafrnris and small.
Manufacturing plants could obtain
cheaper land to build on; they would
have greater water power than the
enterprises in the heart of the city;
they could obtain water freight rates
and their workmen could build
tiomes around them; they could have
nearly all the advantages of the city
and escape some of the disadvant disadvantages.
ages. disadvantages. Xor is this all. The trolley line
could be extended on down Silver
Springs run to Carniichael's farm on
one side and Arden on the other.
Along Silver Springs run are thou thousands
sands thousands of acres of land as rich as
3"he valley of the Nile, and free from
the Nile's disadvantages. This ter ter-Titory
Titory ter-Titory will raise enough of the finest
truck to feed the people of a state.
All it wants is men to do the work
and access to market. Fast gasoline
boats would take the delicate varie varieties
ties varieties of produce to. the ocean steam steamers
ers steamers at Jacksonville in 24 hours. The
Carruichaels own most of this land,
"but, the Star is informed, they are
willing to sell some of it to desira desirable
ble desirable settlers. People who think of
going to the Everglades could do far
better here in Marion county.
It is necessary to build a trolley
Yine and a dock, and set the river
transportation ball to rolling if we
expect the government to improve
the Oklawaha. Uncle Sam is not
One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance.... 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance SO
going to. dredge out a channel for
aquatic birds to wade in.
If we go to work and keep at
work, we can have a magnificent
boulevard and many elegant resi residences,
dences, residences, a trolley line, a score of man manufacturing
ufacturing manufacturing plants, hundreds of com comfortable
fortable comfortable homes and 25,000 people be between
tween between the Marion county fair grounds
and Silver Springs by 1920. And an another
other another 15,000 or more in the territory
immediately tributary to the city.
How does the Star know this can
be done? Well, as much or more
has been done in less time in locali localities
ties localities less favored.
Editor Henry Watterson has dis discovered
covered discovered after seventy years of it that
the love of a politician for an editor
is small. It doesn't require so many
years for the average editor of much
less brains and ability than Watter Watter-son's
son's Watter-son's to learn that. The politician
loves nothing but adulation. Orlan Orlando
do Orlando Sentinel.
True! We have examples of it in
Ocala men who think it is slander,
lese majeste and sacrilege to print
anything but praise about them.
We recently asked the Tampa Tri Tribune
bune Tribune to whom it referred when it
said it knew a South Florida man
who could win the senatorial succes succession
sion succession from Fletcher "in a walk." The
Tribune now answers that C. B.
Parkhill is the man. This is inter interesting,
esting, interesting, if true. It would also be in interesting
teresting interesting to know if that gentleman
intends to sit in the senatorial game.
He may sit in, and he may walk,
but its doubtful if he makes much of
The Star has received the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas copy of the Sunshine Magazine,
published in St. Petersburg, the Sun Sunshine
shine Sunshine City, by the Sunshine Magazine
Company. It is a very handsome
book of a hundred pages, well filled
with appropriate illustrations and
interesting reading. It is the larg largest
est largest magazine published in Florida
and state pride as well as its own
merit should help to keep it up.
Sara Bernhardt is now appearing
on the stage of one of the leading
theaters in Paris in a play in which
she takes the role of a sprightly and
vivacious old woman.
If army and navy officers must
sing, what's the matter with "Hold
the Fort" for the former and "Pull
for the Shore" for the latter?
Judge Anderson of the Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville municipal court, who sentenced
a masher to jail for thirty days, for
making an insulting remark to a
girl, should have his example exten extensively
sively extensively followed.
The infallibility of the Associated
Press has been preached as gospel,
consequently some people read with
wide-eyed surprise that a fireworks
factory, which blew up in Rome
Christmas morning was located at
the foot of Mount Vesuvius. Ocala
Read that dispatch again, brother,
and note that it was sent from Rome,
which was probably the proper place
to send it from for distribution
throughout the world, but it does
not state that the factory blew up
in Rome; it locates the accident at
the foot of Mount Vesuvius. Rome
merely furnished the date line for
the dispatch. Lakeland Telegram.
Having seen a great mam- dis-
J. E. CHACE
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
L F. BLALOCK
Office Over Commercial Bank
patches dated from Naples, we hard hardly
ly hardly think that Rome is the nearest
telegraph office to Mount Vesuvius,
which is 120 miles away. Anybody
not familiar with Florida, who saw
a dispatch dated Lakeland, saying a
man had been drowned in Tampa I
Bay, would infer that Lakeland was
located on the shore of that body of
COUNTESS MAY HAVE
DESIRED TO BE A QUEEN
Consklerable interest has been
aroused in society circles of New
York and Philadelphia as a result of
the story that M. Blair Coan, chief
investigator for the Illinois white
slave commission, was endeavoring
to bring suit for $40,000 alleged to
be due him for services in an alleg alleged
ed alleged attempt to place Countess Eulalia,
formerly Mrs. Joln B. Stetson, wife
of the famous hat manufacturer, on
the throne of Portugal as its queen.
Coan is said to allege that he had
been sent to Washington to sound
the Taft administration and the Sen Senate
ate Senate as to its attitude in case an Am American
erican American should be placed on the
throne of Portugal, following a suc successful
cessful successful revolution. Those interview interviewed
ed interviewed an the subject are alleged to have
given their hearty approval of the
The Countess St. .Eulalia is well
known to many Florida people. It
is not, impossible that she may have
been dazzled by the prospect of a
crown into contributing some of the
old hat manufacturer's money to the
discredited royalist cause, but that
any number of sensible American
people would sympathize with her in
the enterprise is not likely.
BRYAN LAW WILL
HE A BENEFIT
(Continued from First Page)
to be done? The plan adopted brings
us to the registration feature of the
There has been considerable ob objection
jection objection to the requirement for regis registration
tration registration before each primary. If we
have the registration, this enormous
expense can be saved, but, without
it, it seems to be impossible, because
in the first place, voters are not all
living today where they were when
they registered, some of them many
years ago. Again, there is no oc occasion
casion occasion for a democratic voter to send
literature to a republican voter, for
example. There is another reason
for requiring biennial registration.
If we are to maintain a system of
primary nominations, we ought to do
One of the grounds upon which
objection is made is that it will be
expensive to register voters every two
years. As the bill was originally
drawn, it would have been no more
expensive under this law than it has
always been, but, even as amended,
the expense need not be great.
It has been suggested also that it
is too much trouble to the voter to
register so often. In the first place,
every patriotic voter ought to be
willing to undergo a slight inconven inconvenience
ience inconvenience in order to insure the purity of
the ballot, and to give a candidate in
moderate financial circumstances an
opportunity equal to that enjoyed by
a candidate of ample means. But, if
we count oniy the time, the voter
will not be called upon to devote
more of it under this act than here heretofore.
tofore. heretofore. It is no more trouble to reg register
ister register than it is to vote. If we use
the old registration books, a voter
will remain registered until the coun county
ty county commissioners find out that he
is either dead or has moved away.
This system has enabled men to vote
under the names of other men; to
live in one place and vote in another,
and even to live in one county and
vote in another, or both counties. It
was easy enough for a person who
had no right to vote to personate a
duly qualified foter, before this law
was passed. All such a person had
to do was to vote under the name of
someone else who appeared upon the
registration books to be qualified un unless
less unless the inspectors or some bystand bystander
er bystander knew he was not the person he
pretended to be; and. even then, if
he said he was such a person, there
might be some doubt about it. But,
under this law, when a person offer offering
ing offering to vote is challenged, he is re required
quired required to acquaint the inspectors
with his party affiliations, his occu occupation,
pation, occupation, his age. the state in which he
was born, and in addition sign his
name. Now, no man could do all
these things fraudulently without
being caught, and if he does them
and is caught he is subject to the
pains and penalties of perjury. It
would not do to have only one new
registration, because all the evils we
are trying to remedy would reap reappear.
pear. reappear. I apprehend there will be very
little attempt hereafter to cast fraud fraud-tiler.t
tiler.t fraud-tiler.t votes, and this is a matter I
commend to some newspapers which
have been clamoring for honet elec elections,
tions, elections, but which condemn this meth method
od method of securing them.
Not one man in a thousand in
Florida today is familiar with the
Ttie Muinroe & CSiammMiss BaMc
detailed provisions of our general
election law, and yet no voter has any
trouble with the ballot. The ballot
provided for primary elections is as
easily understood as the ballot pro provided
vided provided for general elections. In fact,
it is simpler. The objections which
have been urged to the method of
counting the ballots and ascertaining
the results required by this law
would never have been published, if
those responsible for them had taken
the trouble to get their facts straight. I
Some have objected to the law be because
cause because it is long, and is made up in
large part of requirements as to
matters of detail. It would be just
as reasonable to refuse to wear a ;
watch because the mechanism is I
complicated, as to object to an elec-!
tion law upon that ground. Any vot- j
er who can read print can vote the
ballot without difficulty, and the,
marking of the ballot is all the voter
as such has ever had to do. i
It has been seriously urged that if j
a voter availed himself of the privi-!
lege and right of voting -his second!
choice, he would be injuring 'the :
chances of his first-choice candidate, j
Of course that is not the fact. No :
first choice candidate can be made to'
suffer by reason of the fact that a
second choice is also expressed. It It-is
is It-is only in the event that a voter's!
first choice candidate fails to receive
either the greatest or the next great greatest
est greatest number of first-choice votes that
it becomes at all material to consider
the second-choice votes cast for his
The secretary of state, acting un-j
der the authority of a House resolu resolution,
tion, resolution, has compiled the laws of Flor Florida
ida Florida relating to general elections and
primary elections, and has attached
forms of tally sheets, which will be
used by the inspectors, who will also
be furnished with other necessary
forms. It has been made possible by
the requirement of frequent regis registrations
trations registrations to prevent the voters of one
party from participating in the pri primary
mary primary elections held by a different
Candidates and voters alike ought
to be able to feel that only the vot voters
ers voters of that party will be allowed to
participate in -the nomination of its
omcers; that it is not necessary to j
spend a fortune in order that the'
people may express their choice for
their public officials; and, above all,
that the ballot shall be honestly cast
and accurately counted.
I claim for this law that it accom accomplishes
plishes accomplishes these results as fully as a
mere statute can secure them. Of
course, like all laws, it has to depend
upon the integrity of those who ad administer
minister administer it, and upon public senti sentiment
ment sentiment which I confidently believe will
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O E. S.,
meets at Yonge's Hall the first Fri Friday
day Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock and the
third Friday afternoon at 3:30, of
Mrs. Emma C. Burnett, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secretary.
DR. W. K. LXE Specialist, Eye!
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law j
Librarv Building. Ocala Adv. ;
Will in a few days oc occupy
cupy occupy the Harrington Hall
Barbershop, and will, as
in the past, always em employ
ploy employ only first class
The new Shop Will COn-
tain every modern equip-
ment and High Class
work is assured all pat patrons.
rons. patrons. VV. F. BLESCH
SIXTEEN YEARS' STRENGTH.
While a bank's strength is usually shown in
figures, we consider that our real strength as a
financial institution is best expressed in the sixreen
years we have served the people of Ocala and
These sixteen years spell S-U-C-C-E-S-S. And
this success is a result of the Quality Service and
Absolute Security offered each customer.
CARLOAD OF MULES
Just in at
Tompkins & Cobb's Stables.
We will be pleased to show you these fine ani animals
mals animals at the barn, and are prepared to make close
.ices on them.
CALL AND SEE THEM
eod dly wkly
You'll Not Enfoy New Year
V it 7 .Wh l I I
17 N. Main Street.
CITY OF OCAIiA
Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recor(?r Joseph Bell.
Council J. H. Taylor, president
pro tern; E. C. Bennett, Baxter Cam,
C. W. Hunte, E. T. Helvenston, G.
A. Carmichael, P. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C.
Superintendent Water Works .1.
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Street Commissioner R obert
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
OCALA SEED STORE
String beans are positively
! this season, and we advise that you
4jput your orders in early. Seed houses
s';have all cut their orders down to 50
V ; per cent and lowei
STOMAC1I TROUBLES DISAPPEAR
j Stomach, liver and kidney troub troub-X'les,
X'les, troub-X'les, weak nerves, lame back and fe-
I male ills disappear when Electric
: Bitters are used. Thousands of wo wo-!
! wo-! men would not be without a bottle
jin their home. Eliza Pool of Depew,
Okla., writes: Electric Bitters rais rais-jed
jed rais-jed me from a bed of sickness and
j suffering and has done mea world
'of good. I wish every suffering wo-
iman could use this excellent remedy
Yjand find out as I did just how good
'it is." As it has helped thousands of
V; others, it will surely do the same for
X;you. Everv Dottl8 guaranteed, 50c.
.and SI. At all druggists. H. E.Buck E.Buck-YJlen
YJlen E.Buck-YJlen Sz Co., Philadelphia, Pa., or St.
! Louis. Ad
We have just received a large line
of elegant Photo Albums, Scrap
Books, Baby Books, and Auto Trip
Books which are beauties. Look
them over at The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 12-9.
your automobile breaks
down on some lonely road and you
have to spend a couple of hours on
your back "tinkering her up." Send
your car here to be overhauled now.
AVe don't "tinker." We repair thoro thoroughly.
ughly. thoroughly. Our auto repairing is an in insurance
surance insurance against breakdowns. We
cliarge a very moderate price, too.
Florida raised 90-day Oats for sale
at Ocala Seed Store. 12-19 tf
A select line of Stationery is on
display at Gerig's Drug Store and we
feel sure you can supply your
wants. 12-15 tf
A. M. BOBBITT
NEW AND SECOND HAND
Bought and Sold.
Farm Tools, Casoline Engines, Wag Wagons,
ons, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Beds and
Bedding, Stoves, Tinware, Queens Queens-ware,
ware, Queens-ware, Crockery, Etc
31 D S. Maio Street. Ocala, Fla.
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
. E. MclVER and C. V. ROBERTS
ill Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
O. E. McIVXR.. 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking Office.- 47
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
ON A PPLICATION
P. O. BOX 46 OCALA, HJJL
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1013
IMPORTS ITS PAVING STONES
COOL SPELL SUGGESTIONS.
Come wind, come snow, let Boreas blow, with robes like these
your body will glow. We have the largest and most up-to-date
and down-to-the-minute line of laprooes for a'uto and buggy that
was ever brougnt to this part of Florida. We have overstocked
our store in them, and our greed in buying will be your gain in
coin, as we are going to sell them out at ridiculously low prices.
We also have a complete line of rain goods for your bodily pro protection
tection protection better than insurance and doctors.
R. C. MUNCASTER
BURGLARY. EMPLOYEES LIABILITY
BIERMAN BLOCK OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. PHONE 420
Hot-Point Electrical Appliances.
GUARANTEED! Rather a pleasing thought that, isn't it?
that your gift is guaranteed to provide years o satisfactory ser service
vice service -that it will many, many times during the years of its' use usefulness,
fulness, usefulness, remind the recipient of you!
EL GRILLO, former $6.50, now $3. EL PERCO, 1-Cup Size, $8
Both of these are well known and popular -appliances and will
make ideal gifts.
EL GRILLO will become an inseparable companion at the
breakfast table. Also splendid for light luncheons, etc. Boils,
broils, fries, toasts. A remarkable value for S3.
EL PERCO makes more coffee and better coffee from less cof coffee,
fee, coffee, and" costs only about a tenth of a cent a cup to operate!
Made in two styles pot and machine: and three sizes 5, 7 and
9 cups. Guaranteed 5 years. Prices, $7.50, $8, S10 and $11.
nanriigtoi Ml Motel
Ocala's Best Hotel and Best Cate.
Only Hotel in the City with Steam Heat.
Rooms $1 a Day Popular Priced
and Up. Cate.
Candler, Dec. 29. Mrs. Miles and
little grandson, Henry Goldsmith, of
Atlanta, have arrived, having pre preceded
ceded preceded Mrs. Goldsmith, who will come
later to repeat her pleasant visit of
last winter in our midst.
Mrs. Mary Hiscock is enjoying a
visit from her daughter, Mrs. A. D.
Moore of Chicago. This was Mrs.
Moore's former home and her many
friends always welcome her return
visits with pleasure.
Tom Pritchett came in last week
from Inverness to spend the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas holidays with his home' folks.
Mr. and Mrs.. J. Lough of Indiana
are again domiciled in the Clark
apartment house for the remainder
of the season.
Mrs. Belle Holtzclaw is visiting
her son and his family in Jackson
Mr. and Mrs. Phil Fort entertain entertained
ed entertained a number of their friends Christ Christmas
mas Christmas day.
Mr. Ed DeLong who has been con confined
fined confined to his room with a very sore
throat for the past two weeks, is im improving.
proving. improving. Mrs. W. W. Jones is a victim of
Mrs. Arthur Adams and little Miss
rLouise spent several days of the past
week with the Messrs. Caldwell, Mrs.
Mrs. Mary Elliott, Miss Caull and
Duncan Elliott are spending the hol holidays
idays holidays at their home here.
Miss Mabel McClain is in Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs. Williams have as
their Christmas guest Dr. Williams'
sister, Miss Williams of South Caro Carolina.
lina. Carolina. Regardless of the inclemency of
the weather Christmas Eve, the
Christmas program was rendered in
the Presbyterian church and the
tree brought the usual gladness to
the hearts of the children.
Rev. Staats filled his regular ap appointments
pointments appointments in the Presbyterian
church Sunday morning and evening.
Sunday afternoon the young peo people
ple people enjoyed a song service in the
Harry Baxter, captain of the base baseball
ball baseball team, and the following good
players, namely: Charles Tillis,
Charles Elliott, Billie Brown and
Donald Circie, accompanied by a
number of enthusiastic friends, went
down to Oklawaha Saturday after afternoon
noon afternoon to join the 'team there in a
match game against the Lady Lake
nine. The closing score stood 16 to
7 in favor of the Oklawaha and
Peculiar Condition Affairs Existing
in Brazil Is Due to Savage
Street paving In the towns of the
Brazilian seaboard and of the Ama Amazon
zon Amazon river region is not the simple
matter it becomes in this country.
Because of the lack of accessible quar quarries
ries quarries from which paving material might
be obtained, it is necessary to import
cobblestones from Portugal for this
purpose. Stone quarries in the lower
Amazon basin are non-existent, and
the headwaters of this great river,
where it would doubtless be possible
to locate quarries are not only prac practically
tically practically unexplored, but are also guard guarded
ed guarded by many tribes of hostile Indians.
No one has yet been found who
will brave these dangers for the sake
of the despised cobblestone. Asphalt
or crude oil is unsuitable for paving
the thoroughfare of tropical cities be
cause of the intense heat. The city
of Para, situated near the mouth of
the Amazon, is the largest user of
Portuguese paving stones. This me metropolis
tropolis metropolis lies almost on the equator,
and is the chief "rubber port" of
The Management oi DR. McCLANE
' Medical. Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxlers stands.
"Larger quarters, more fully equipped and will be run
strictly ethical lines.-
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333.
HAD THE DESIRED RESULT
Preacher's Parable Extremely Effect Effective
ive Effective in Filling the Depleted Cof Coffers
fers Coffers of the Church.
Opposite A. C. L. Station.
SINGLE MEALS THIRTY-FIVE CENTS.
t TWENTY-ONEMEAL TICKETS, $5.25.
B. B. BAUM, Proprietor.
The collections at the negro church
had been far from satisfactory, and t
the parson had racked his brains to J
find a source to enlarge it. Finally;
he hit upon a plan.
The following Sunday, at church, he
got up and said: "Bredderen, dere's
been a mos unfortuate occurrence
here last night. A friend of mine has
told me that his chickens was stolen
las' night. Now, he's done got his
suspicions ob who done it, and he tells
me that the guilty persons is in de
habit ob giving sparingly at church.
Brudder Mose, pass de plate."
Every one gave freely and watched
his neighbor to see what he would
give. The parson rubbed his bands
gleefully as he counted the collection.
"Bredderen," he said, "Ah wants to
thank you for you mos generous con contribution.
tribution. contribution. As to'de chicken stealing,
Ah'll relieve you by tellin you dat dat
was a parable gotten up fo' de benefit
W. H. MARSH
, IRlioxxe IPS
E. M. Osborn
NOW Holder Building
TO DO WHAT?
A regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Marion Hard Hard-vare
vare Hard-vare Company will be held in their
office, Ocala, Fla., on January 13th,
1914, for the transaction of such
business as shall come before the
H. E. Clarkson, President.
C. E. Nelson, Asst. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS
Ocala Loage No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the Jam?s Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. D. V. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
Lammas Day in England.
Lammas, as August 1 is popularly
called, wTas formerly our national fes festival.
tival. festival. It remains an important date,
not only in Scotland, where this is a
quarter day, but in many parts" of
rural-England, where the pasture ol
"Lammas lands" belongs after Au August
gust August 1 to all parishioners who draw
smoke, not through pipes, but chim chimneys.
neys. chimneys. The word "Lammas" is a. cor corruption
ruption corruption of Loaf Mass, so-called because
on this day it was once customary to
present at church a loaf made from
the new corn. Perhaps some relic oi
this custom still lingers among Sus Sussex
sex Sussex farmers, who try to get a loaf
baked from the new wheat before the
end of Goodwood week. During the
eighteenth century the Dissenters of
London kept high festival on Lammas
day to commemorate the death of
Queen Anne. If she had lived they
would have been deprived by the
"Schism Bill" of the liberty of edu educating
cating educating their owti children. London
1000 Loads Ready for Delivery.
Ocala Iron Works
A TEXAS WONDER
The Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder troubles, dissolves grav gravel,
el, gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism, and all irregular irregularities
ities irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in
both men and women. Regulates
bladder troubles in children. If not
sold by your druggist, will be sent
by mail on receipt of $1. One small
bottle is two months' treatment, and
seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send
for testimonials from this and other
states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive St..
St. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists- Ad
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR
Cheap Excursion Rates
'ATLANICT -COAST LINE
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
Tickets will be on sale from all points on the Atlantic
Coast Line to all points South of the Ohio and Potomac
and East of the Mississippi Rivers, including Washington,
Cincinnati, Evansville and Cairo, for all trains December
17-18-19-20-21-22-23-24-25 and 31 and January 1 limited
returning January 6: and to many points in the Northwest
and Southwest on December 20, 21 and 22, limited return returning
ing returning January 18. Also to Key West and Havana, Dec. 14 14-18
18 14-18 and 21, with limit of January 3, 1914.
For further particulars, schedules, reservations, etc.,
apply to Ticket Agents, Atlantic Coast Line, or address
J. G. KIRKLAND, Dl P. A. TAMPA,
T. C WHITE, G.P. A., Wilmington, N. C
Dr. F. E. McCIane announces the
removal of his offices to the ZeButt
building; Main street entrance be between
tween between the Murray Co. and Troxler's
stand. Hours, 9 a. m. to 11:30 a.
m., 1:30 to 4 p. m.; telephones, of office,
fice, office, 333; residence, 407. 12-13-lSt
Ants Which Plant and Bake.
The extraordinary habits of the har
vester ant have been known to nat
uralists. Certain species not only har harvest
vest harvest and store in granaries the seeds
upon which they feed, but actually
plant and cultivate an annual crop
of their food seeds. Still more re remarkable
markable remarkable stories are told of an ant
that is common in Dalmatia, the Mes Mes-sor
sor Mes-sor barbarus. According to Dr. Ne Ne-ger
ger Ne-ger of the Dresden forestry school,
this ant not only cuts leaves and
gathers seed, but actually makes
makes bread or biscuit! The seeds
are first sprouted, then carried into the
sun and dried, then taken back to the
underground chambers, where they are
chewed into a dough. The dough is
then finally made into tiny cakes,
which are baked in the sun, then care carefully
fully carefully stored for future use. From
these observations it would appear
that the art of cooking is not confined
to the human race.
ARCHIE F. INGRAM
Designing Engineer and Architect
Drawings made for conveying and special machin machinery,
ery, machinery, mills and mill buildings.
Make engine and boiler room tests, experimental
work and inventions developed, call or vvrX
815 E. Adams St Ocala, F
To a Person Who Prides I
Ilimcolf An flic AnnnQTin)A
miiicjiii uu ilia rifccu auvtr
Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. 10 supply mat ne- j
cessity is Our Business. J:
Ocala Steam Laundry I
S 402-401 S. Main Street Phone 101. &
BIDS WANTED FOR PRISON VANS
Notice is hereby given that the
board of county commissioners in
and for .Marion county, at their
meeting to be held January 9th,
1914, will receive bids for four pris prison
on prison vans, of twelve men each, to be
purchased by the county commis commissioners,
sioners, commissioners, said bids to be opened at 12
Done by order of the board of
county commissioners, December S,
1913. Seal P. H. Nugent,
Clerk Board of County Commission Commissioners.
ers. Commissioners. 12-9-dly tf
The Ocala Seed Store is headquar headquarters
ters headquarters for best poultry and stock
foods 12-19 tf
Common Oriental Headwear.
The fez or tarbush is limited by no
considerations of nationality or faith.
It is the almost universal head cover covering
ing covering of the eastern and southern fends
of the Mediterranean and has been
widely distributed in the still active
diffusion of Mohammedanism. This
type of felt hat without brim is of
the utmost antiquity and seems to
have undergone no marked change,
save the tassel, from the early monu monumental
mental monumental record of the Euphrates valley.
The designation fez, comparatively
modern in its application, derives
from the oasis the only source of dye dye-stuffs
stuffs dye-stuffs which could give the peculiar
shade of red most favored.
REAL vs. FALSE Economy at This Time.
Resist the mental suggestion to curtain your regular taking of
Ice until "tle weather turns warm again." Your refrigerator is
going nicely now; it is well chilled and it. is doing full duty as
your practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a little bit it may sulk on you all the
remainder of the season.
Maintain your regular supply of OUR ICE all through the season.
That is the wayjto save on your ice bill.
OCALA ICE &. PACKING CO
Cures 0!J Seres, Other Remstfes Won't Cure.
The cas s,ro matter of how locjf standing
are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr
Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieves
"aia end Heals at tbc saise time. 23c, 50c, $1.G
A Vienna professor i3 credited with
saying that dreams are usually wish wish-fulfillments.
fulfillments. wish-fulfillments. Maybe so. What about
that childish dream in which the fe ferocious
rocious ferocious lion comes bounding along be behind
hind behind you, and you run as boy never
ran before, and the lion closes the
gap little by little, and then all of a
sudden your legs grow limp, and your
muscles turn to water, and your feet
fray out, and the lion leaps and you
awake with a yell, if your voice isn't
paralyzed, and everybody in the
house wakes with you?
Marion County Abstract Company
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
First consideration and especial attention given to small tracts.
We are equipped with the Latest, Largest, R?st Vulcanizing
plant in Central Florida. Any sized tire handled at one time.
All work Guaranteed to c First-Class.
Bring us your Casings and Tubes to be Vulcanized.
Worn out tires and tubes bought.
FISK and FIRESTONE TIRES
of all sizes and rims, always in stock
DA VIES, The Tire Man
Phone 438. OCALA, FLORIDA Main St., near Postoffice,
THE OCA LA EVENING STAR. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30, J 013
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(If you have any items for this
:ial Calendar for the Evening
Sa-'iri" ffir thP mntt. jiawwill 'tie
"SFgglf ihis'ereirmg. At 7 o'clock the
marriage of Miss Genevieve Smith
and-Mr. Claude Gates will take place
at, the home h the bride's father,
Mr. E. C. Smrh, on Daugherty
street. The ceramon-wrill be witness witnessed
ed witnessed only by relatives and near friends
and from 7:30 to 11 o'clock Mr.
Smith will be host to a HajiitUil re
ception given in honor of Mr. and
Beginning at 7:30 o'clock a prett
children's service will be held at t
-fresDyterian cnurcn, an the mem members
bers members of that Sunday school takmg
part. Friends are invited to attend.
The largest social event of the
week will occur this evening at She
Oca la Country Club when Mr.
Mrs. Clarence Camp will receive
dancing set. The occasion of the
dance is a trio of charming visitors,
Miss Ethel Harrell of Virginia and
Misses Aylmer and Mabel Pearce of
m m m
Dinner Party for Visitors
Miss Mary Burford will be the
chaxi& hostess ejaiertaining at six
o'clock dinner tonfoDTOw. The hon
or guests will be Misses Aylmer and
Mabel Pearce and Miss Ethel Har
rell, who are numbered among the ;
nwl pupHlar visitors enjoying the
holidavs in Ocala.
For Mr. and Mrs. Ford
Tomorrow evening Mr. and Mrs.
George Horace Ford will
their first wedding anniversary and j
in honor, of the happy event Mrs. H. j
. Frfrdland Miss Emily Stotesb
. V t, I
entertain the members of the two
families at a To,it ifv1- six o'clock j
dinner at their -k'. U: home on Camp
t, n n e t i
Miss Laura Owens, one of JacK-!
cnvil!e's lovely school girls, who
has been visiting an aunt at Sparr I
for several days, arrived this after-
noon to visit her cousin. Miss Caro-
Saturday Misses ;
Hateheook and Edna Root will come
up from Plant City to be Miss Har-
riss 2iie?!t; until Sundav nffprnnnn
when the five girls will leave for ;
Rome, Ga., to resume their studies
at Shorter College.
Mrs. Homer Lusader and
Maurice, reached Ocaia yesterday i
irom Lovington, inti., and are guests
f Krt),n. at- r a u
of her brother, Mr. E. C. b:mth and i
ii.. -r" i ,
present at the marriage of Miss Gen Genevieve
evieve Genevieve Smith and Mr. Claude Gates,
which will be solemnized this eve evening
ning evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. William Hocker and
daughters have returned from Lees Lees-burg,
burg, Lees-burg, where they were Christmas
guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Mote at
their bungalow on Treasure Island.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hansbrough and
Mr. and Mrs. JV. H. Jackson of Tam Tampa
pa Tampa and a number of other relatives
were also guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wolff of Al Albany,
bany, Albany, Ga.. who have been guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Fishel for the
past ten days, will leave tomorrow
for a trip through the southern part
of the .state.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp have j
as their guests the former's brother- I
in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
F. Armstrong and daughter. Lucv
Camp Armstrong of Savannah, Ga
The civic department of the Worn
an s uiub of which Mrs. W. K. Ze Zewadski
wadski Zewadski is chairman and which has
taken active steps to establi?h play playgrounds
grounds playgrounds in the city for the children,
6:30 to 10 p. m.
5 and 10 Cents
department call phone 106)
has placed six comfortable benches
and three swings in the park corner
Watula and Oklawaha and the lit little
tle little folks in that neighborhood can
be seen daily making use of them.
Swings and benches have also been
placed in the park next door to Mr.
Leon Fishels residence.
Dance Given by Mr. and Mrs. B. A.
The initial society event of New
Year week was the dance given last
evening by Mr. andMrs. B. A
Weathers at their home on Pine
street in compliment to their college
sons, Messrs. Brflitley A. Weathers,
Jr., and Paul Weathers and their
holiday guests, Mr. Robert McGowen
of Steubenville, Ohio, and Mr. Gor
don Hall of Boston.
he handsome home of Mr. and
Mrs. Weathers, which is well adapt adapted
ed adapted for entertaining, was exquisitely
decorated, brilliant poincettias being
used in profusion, intermingled with
graceful garlands of bamboo, holly
Mr. and Mrs. Weathers received
their guests very informally and in
making their party one of the love loveliest
liest loveliest of Christmas-tide, they were as assisted
sisted assisted by their daughters, Mrs. Geo.
H. Ford of Jacksonville, Miss Janet
Weathers, their niece, Mrs. I. V.
Stevens of Lakeland and Mr. Hibbert
Weathers. In the hall Misses Bettie
Wray Mclver and Bessie MacKay
! served fruit punch. The block of
! ice in the bowl was covered with an j
, CQri, rottv
. . . J
dances and the music was furnished I
by a large ictrola. The waltz and
! the two-step were in evidence, but
the one-step and other new dances
were srivpn nrpfprpnrp hv thr mpm-!"ils
i bers of the college set.
During the intermission a deli-
i cious nine supper was server in tne
dining room consisting of chicken
i pickles, coffee, fruit cake and mints. I
A bowl filled with poinsettias graced
the center of4' the table and candle-'
tsticks with red shades and
, . .
continued until after ;
. midnight and those present besides
!the ones already mentioned were : Hzabeth Bennett, Fred Perry, Ros Ros-!
! Ros-! Misses Jean Teague, Aylmer Pearce, j coe Meffert. Moultrie Thomas, Mar-
r.iiiei ueasiey, iinei iiarren, liiaavs
uraKe. l-.tnei Havcrart. arn itip
Harriss, Dorothy Schreiber, Mary
. ,' ,
uui iui u, iiccit i emu -iai lan uxz w xz
Hope Robinson, Mrs. Violet Powers,
Messrs. Hugo Mcintosh, Donald
S?hreiber, M. C. Izlar, Norton Davis,
Charlie and John Chazal, Whit Pal-i
mer, Frank Harris, Jr., Tom Pas Pasteur,
teur, Pasteur, Frederick Hocker, Wiley Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, Guy Zewadski, Robert Ander Anderson
son Anderson and Clarence Meffert.
Miss Lilla Brumby has accepted
the position with the Camp Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Company held by Mr. Arthur
Clark for several years.
Mrs. L. E. Boiler and son Ivan,
who have been in St. Petersburg for
some time, returned to Ocala yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. a
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Dodge and
Mrs. Mary Dodge Maddox will go
i Jacksonville tomorrow to spend -Now
Year with Messrs. John. Eugen
William and James Dodge, sons o
Dr. and Mrs. Dodge,
he stork visited the home of Mr. t
ana Mrs. ij. .ueviuaig, at ue:.aicK, j
and lett anebaby girl for a Christ-!
mas preseiKf The little one has been
hristeneel "Thelma Dorris."
Miss Clara Johnson is the guest of
Miss Ophelia Sawtell at "Glenhurst'
for a few days.
Miss Blanche Hall of Candler was
shopping in the city today.
Mrs. Mazie Lvles and pretty little ;
daughter. Miss Dorothy, are in the t
city, the holiday guests 'of Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. J. Blitch.
Mrs. B. H. Seymour and daughter,-
Miss Louise Booe, of Ocala. are the
guests of Mrs. Seymour's sister, Mrs.
T. G. Wiley, at her home in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville for a stay of some length. Miss
Booe spent several winters in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville with Mrs. Wiley and attenl attenl-ed
ed attenl-ed school in this city. Times Times-I'nion.
I'nion. Times-I'nion. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Tompkins left
' today for Atlanta, where thev will
's?end a week sightseeing.
Miss Josephine Wilson has return-
e 1 to her home in Anniston. Ala..
iter snendins: Christmas with her
1 : other and sister-in-la w, Mr. and ;
Mrs. Louis Wilson. Miss Wilson was
accompanied to Ocala by her mother
who will be a guest in the home of
her son for several weeks.
Cliildren's Christmas Service at the
Tonight at 7:30 o'clock the mem members
bers members of the Presbyterian Sunday
school will hold a beautiful child children's
ren's children's service at their church. "White
Gifts to the King" is the name of the
exercise which they will render, and
the little folk have been practicing
all the week. The older members
will also take part and the service
will be filled with interest for all
who attend and all friends have a
cordial invitation to be present.
Informal Party for Mrs. Scott
Mrs. W. Moore Scott of Savannah,
Ga., was the occasion of seven con congenial
genial congenial friends passing the morning
delightfully together as the guests
of Mrs. M. Fishel. The guests car carried
ried carried their needlework bags with them
and while embroidering Mrs. Leon
Fishel sang several solos and Mrs.
Joseph Wolff of Albany, Ga., render render-ea
ea render-ea a .few instrumental selections
which were greatly enjoyed. Later
in the morning the hostess served
chicken salad,- olives, sandwiches,
wafers, hot chocolate and cake.
Mrs. Scott is the charming guest
of her sister, Mrs. E. L. Carney and
to spend the morning with her Mrs.
Fishel invited Mrs. Carney, Mrs. R.
C. Muncaster, Mrs. E. G. Peek, Mrs.
Wolff, Mrs. Nathan Wolff of Atlanta
and Mrs. Leon Fishel.
E n j o ya bl e En terta i n men t
Tho Chautauqua entertainment
given b' Bo' Scents and giri3 of the
Junior Chautauqua Circle at the
j Temple last night, was most inter-
! esting, and was viewed by a crowded
house. The young performers were
under the direction of Miss Kave, and
'did her training credit.
ti,q n in
by the young players and each was
credited 60 cents on his or her Chau-
l tauflua ticket by Secretary Rooney
Miss Kaye and her
young helpers are so much encourag encouraged
ed encouraged by their success that they are
considering presenting their ier-
1 fcrmance in some of the nearbv
The nanies of young perform-
;rs are as follows: Margaret Little,
XIaud Little Rhoda Thomas, Annie
,'Rooney, James Brinson, Hugh Chaee
a t Thnmn T.0in rv
i ville Little, Agnes Burford' Florence
Carter, Cevie Rolens, Marie Perry,
"" ui.uuauci, unAain.c,
nvai t QviQ ror,r nflv Pkiinno
"u""' x t-v. u.io
Linder McConn, Harry Moore, Patsy
Gillen, Joe McCorkle, Laurie Benja-
min' Rube Blalock, Lyle Gardner,
Willie Meffert, James Chace.
The leading part in the play was
taken b-v Miss Margaret Little. This
charming young lady has a power of
memory- and a grace in acting that
renders her invaluable in an ama amateur
teur amateur performance.
Mrs. R. A. Alfred and daughter,
Mrs. Laird Woodruff Hendricks, ar arrived
rived arrived yesterday from Port Inglis and
spent the day in Jacksonville. Mrs.
Hendricks will be joined this morn morning
ing morning by Mr. Hendricks and they will
leave this afternoon for their home
in Bradford, Pa., Mrs. Alfred return returning
ing returning to Port Inglis this evening.
Little Miss Irene Tompkins ani
Miss Mamie lite Goodbread went to
Micanopy toay to spend a week
with their aunts. .Mrs. j. c. Udell
afrd Mrs. W. S. Turner.
; Mr. Joe Borden, after a pleasant
v.-, i. i
frieiKls here, eave Thursday for
Vinter Park, to resume his studies
a: Rollins College.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sistrunk. after
llM,ant v1sit fo Mr5 ciurnnk
Tennessee Style in Shucks
Fresh Country Eggs,
j CALL PHONE 482.
j Sanitary Dairy
Corner Fort Kins Avenue
and Magnolia Street.
Basement of Burnett Building)
Crepe Meator, Crepe de Chine, Silk Crepe,
In Colors, most effectively draped and trimmed in the
Newest Silks and other Decorations.
Most Beautiful of all are the
Lingerie, Voiles, Lawns and other Light Party Dresses
These are made on graceful patterns, latest styles,
trimmed with the prettiest delicate laces and embroid embroideries.
eries. embroideries. Some with a little color effectively introduced.
parents in Brooksville, passed thru
town today on their way home to
Bay St. Louis, Miss.
Other Heirs of Hazzard Est
The following clipped frojm the
Times-Union will be read witbj inter interest
est interest by many, as Ocala has several de
scendants of the Hazzards:
"Word has been received her
Captain C. E. Floyd of tho ferry
company that he is perhaps one of
the heirs to a vast estate valued at
more than $100,000,000 and now be being
ing being held in trust by the Bank of
England. Capt. Floyd is in receipt
of a letter to this effect from a rela relative
tive relative in Philadelphia in which a clip clipping
ping clipping was enclosed taken from a Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia newspaper.
"The Philadelphia relatives writes
Capt. Floyd to put in his claim at
once, as under the English law there
can be no division of an estate until
! all the heirs are located and for this
reason the English and American
members of the family are attempt attempting
ing attempting to round up the heirs.
"Alfonzo Hazzard, of No. 5250
Haverford avenue, and Ralph D.
Hazzard, of the same address, to-
I gether with Dr. Harry D. Hazzard of
Broad and Reed streets, Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, represent the close American
relatives. These have received word
that the members of the English
branch of the family have instituted
a search for those living in America.
"Capt. Floyd is one' of ihs rela relatives
tives relatives of the Hazzards and should a
settlement be made he will be one of
several persons living in Florida to
come into a portion of the estate.
"As the story goes, late in the
seventeenth century Col. Richard
Hazzard emigrated to this country
and later other members of the fam family
ily family settled here. According to Al Alfonso
fonso Alfonso Hazzard, the estate is located
in Bristol. England, and was estab established
lished established about two centuries ago"
Little Frances Gary, who was so
badly burned Sunday, is doing very
Mr. F. Z. Wellhoner and Hull jr.
and Hattie Atwater, who have been
visiting friends here, returned to
their home in Palatka yesterday.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Foit King Camp No. 14 meets In
fonge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
Friday. .Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clek. Ad
Ramey Linen and Ratine
Newest Spring Styles, Short Coats.
Linen, Ratine, Brocaded Ratine
For Early Spring Wear.
-Mtt quiet wedding
at the Methodist
ddick Sunday after-
noon at 3
'clock, when Mr. A. J.
irfield and Miss Maud
(Lowell stole a march on
their friends and X-. to T?gri.dir'ir
and were married. Mr. Hicks is a
valued employe or the Fairfield Nav
al Stores Company, while Miss Mc McQuaig
Quaig McQuaig is the youngest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. McQuaig, of
Lowell. May peace and happiness be
theirs. A Friend."
Reddick, December 30, 1913.
YOUXG HORSES FOR SALE
A three-year-old horse, finely bred
and thoroughly broken to work dou-
! ble or single; sound, gentle and ab
solutely all right in every particular;
cheap at $100 for cash. Also a ten-months-old
mare colt. See them at
my farm on S. A. L. track one mile
east of Anthony hard road crossing.
J. D. Robbinson, Ocala. 12-20-12t
Layer cake, angel cake, and ether
fancy cakes at Carter's Bakery.
Phone 360. 12-18-6t dly
"rredi today and Fresh every day"
is our constant guarantee.
Every thing to satisfy the candy
lovers here, and there is always
something new and delightful.
Perfect Bon-Bons and Chocolates in
most Attractive Boxes 80c lb
Beautiful Round Decorated and Rib Ribbon
bon Ribbon tied 21b Boxes $1.60
The rich and unique- Beverly
Chocolates in violet boxes, ribboh
tied, "one, two and five pound boxes,
80 CENTS POUND
And finaliy the New Dollar Box of
Chocolates, the very finest example
of the candy maker's art- They're
different from all other HUYLER'S
Candy. Ask for the Dollar Box.
T. W. TROXLER
c at re
1 SUCCESSFUL YEA II
FOR UXCLE SA
ad Biggest Crojs of Any Year in
Washington', Dec. 30. Ten billion
! dlollars worth of products, five bill-
ipn dollars of cash income a bump bump-fer
fer bump-fer year in spite of droughts and
! other setbacks is the 1913 record
jof 6,000,000 American farms. ;
t The United States' most successful
fyear of husbandry produced $6,100, $6,100,-j
j $6,100,-j 000,000 worth of crops, of which
j $2,896,000,000 were represented fcy
! cereals alone, $3,650,000,000 worth
jof animals sold and slaughtered and
animal products. The value of the
1 1913 crops is twice that of 1899;
I more than "a billion dollars over 199
land substantially greater than 1912.
j A wet or dry election will be held
Jin Pinellas county Feb. 2.
j It is reported that Col. E. R. Gun-
oj, me wen Known xampa lawyer.
will retire from practice.
OCALA SEED STORL
has freh wax and green bean seed
now on tale. Bean seed are extreme extremely
ly extremely scarce this year, seed houses fin fining
ing fining only 50 per ent. of their orders.
Seed will be high, and if you wish to
secure seed at all you must order
early. Put your order in right
The registration books of Marion
county will be .open for registration
in each election district dur'ng the
months of January and Februarv.
1914. In district No. 1 (Ocala) the
book will be open from Monday noon
a ? , a t. . . t
uii caiuruay noon ana r naay uignis
till 10 o'clock of each week from
first Monday in January till first
Monday in March.
All persons who fail to register in
their respective districts canregis-
ier iiL in ti nil'- in lira x i r i v nav
i &unaays excepted j oetween iiarca
15th and April 15th. D. M. Barco,
Supervisor Registration Marion Co.,
Office upstairs in court house
COLDS & LaGRIPPE
5 or 6 doses 666 will break
any case of Chills & Fever, Colds
& LaGrippe; it acts on the liver
better than Calomel andjdoes not
gripe or sicken. Price 23c
Two Esseeffisils ofi si Wei KefniMeafl EmsMess
THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1013
! : IPipfiimfflinigJ ml AcfflweiPtllMimj;
The thrifty business man of today can be picked out by the qual quality
ity quality of his stationery and the way it is printed;
The progressive merchant knows he must keep the public eye
upon his bnsiness and the only way to accomplish this is by advertising.
"whiniver annywan offers t'give you somethin'
f r notoin', or somethin' f r less than it's wurrth, or
more fr somethin' than it's wurrth don't take anny
chances yell fr a polishmon"
so when it comes to Real Money
Value Printing, play safe,
just send it to
Tfeose "Pleasing" Printers
that when you had a house to rent you approached
every man you met and told him so. how long d'you
think your house would remain vacant ?
that you had lost a fine watch on the streets and ask asked
ed asked everyone you saw whether they had picked it up.
what chance do you think you'd have of recovering it ?
that you had a desirable lot of household furniture for
sale and told the women folks about it on the streets,
how long would you remain outside the "Nut Club" ?
that you have just received a fine line of the latest
styles in men's clothing and depend on your friends
making it public, wouldn't you likely be left with the
lot in stock at the end of the season ?
that you inserted an ad in The Evening Star, which
is read every day (except Sunday) by practically
every white family in Ocala. wouldn't you be reason reasonably
ably reasonably certain of inquiries if your proposition had merit ?.
you'll reach more people in a day than you could by a
porsonal talk in a month, and with less expense and
that you call Phone 51. and have our representative
call on you.
XHUE OCALA EVENING STAIR
Wilis or Motel
Florida's Largest and Best Year
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to
Home Hotel of the State
European Plan $1.50Per Day and Upward
A. M. Wilson, Thos. M. Wilson,
ASST. MGR. PROP. AND MGR
MARION COUNTY DIRECTORY
Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. Ocala.
District Attorney E. W. Davis,
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert.
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Probate Wm. E. Smith,
County Commissioners C. Carmi Carmi-chael,
chael, Carmi-chael, Ocaia; J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W- t. Henderson, Lynne; D. G.
Watkins, Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-man.
man. Luff-man. Sparr.
Board Public Instruction J. 71.
Brinson. Superintendent. Ocala; B.
R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S. Grantham.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
leaves Ocala 1:25 p. m.; arrives Pa Pa-latka,
latka, Pa-latka, 4:25 p. m.
No. 71, Leaves Palatka daily ex except
cept except Sunday: 7:05 a. m., arrives Or Orange
ange Orange Springs, 8:15 a. m.; leaves Ft.
McCoy 9:20 a. m., arrives Burbank,
9:40 a. m., Ocala, 10:40 a. m. Xo.
75 leaves Palatka Sunday at 7:30 a.
m., arives Ocala 10:40 a. m.
NOTICE TO O. E. S.
The worthy matron of Ocala Chap Chapter
ter Chapter Xo. 29, O. E. S., requests a full
attendance of members at 7 o'clock
Friday evening, Jan. 2nd, to elect a
treasurer before installation and
banquet to be held later in the evening.
Marion-Dunn Lodge Xo. 19, F. &
A.. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
(7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
If you want something to make
ycur hens lay, ccme to the Ocala
Seed Store 12-19-tf.
Superstitions Concerning Salt.
According to a popular Xorwegiaa
belief, one will shed as many tears aa
. may suffice to" dissolve the quantity of
. salt which one has 6pilled; while in
some parts of Yorkshire it is often
said that every grain of salt spilled on
the ta.ble represents a tear to be shed.
A Frightful Thought.
Mrs. Walback (on 6rst ocean voy
age) John, I Just heard a man say
that if this boat was put up on end
it would be higher than the Washing Washing-ten
ten Washing-ten monument. If they're going to
da anything Iikp that we better get
Oysters and sea food specialties of
all kinds. Also a la carte service at
Thermos Bottles at all prices at
OCALA NORTHERN SCHEDULE
Ceng's Drug Store.
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR SALE One E. M. F. 5-pas-senger
touring car in good condition.
Apply at Tydings Drug Store. 17-12t
FOR SALE S. C. White Leghorn
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ly attractively built and fitted with all modern
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FOR SALE A 25-barrel still
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five crops galvanized McCoy cups.
All for quick sale. For further in information
formation information apply to. Sisal Hemp &
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FOR SALE Mammoth Pekin
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RESIDENCE FOR REXT A sev-1
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provements, close in; possession Xo-j
member 4th. Apply to Geo. J. Elitch, j
at Commercial Bank. 10-21-ti;
Xo. 74, leaves Ocala daily except
Sunday, at 1:25 p. m. Arrive Bur Bur-bank,
bank, Bur-bank, 2:30 p. m., Fort McCoy, 2:50
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Palatka. 5:15 p. m. Sunday train
- Telephone Invades Jerusalem.
The telephoni has invaded Jerusa Jerusalem,
lem, Jerusalem, a system having been installed
that connects official points, business
houses and seme residences.
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j3oor; also furnished rooms; all mod-?
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RAGS WANTED The Star office
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chinery. machinery. 12-12-tf
LOST Gold watch; Elgin open
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"C. A. H." cut cn back of. "stump."
Suitable reward for return to C. A.
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Justifes Impatient Father.
Law Nates quotes the following from
the opinion of Justice Riddell of the
high court of justice, Ontario, in a
habeas corpus case over the custody
of a child: "And even if he did not
wish his sleep to be broken by a cry crying
ing crying infant, it is understood that this is
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By CHARLES EDMONDS WALK
Author of "The Silver Blade,"
"The Paternoster Ruby," etc
(Covrricbt 1912 by A, C. MeCtai A CoJ
The Kohinurs Charterer.
Is it to be wondered at that for the
rest of the night Tom remained In a
etate of such feverish excitement that
he forgot to sleep? Here, in the most
amazing manner imaginable, he and
the Girl once more were thrown to together
gether together and, too, under circumstances
that not only promised the most de delightful
lightful delightful sort of intimacy, but were not
likely soon to be terminated. An un unwonted
wonted unwonted light shone in his eyes, and his
tanned jaw settled into lines of deter determination
mination determination that were not without a de degree
gree degree of grimness.
"What's the use!" he morosely
growled. "She'll have nothing to do
with me. I made seventeen different
kinds of fool of myself Monday night
when she got me out of that dark
room. ... Unless she realizes
that a scrape like that is enough to
turn any fellow's head."
And this led him to ruminating on
the strangeness of his adventure, and
to a consideration of the rest of the
party, which he indulged briefly only
because he remembered how inexplic inexplicably
ably inexplicably their doings had become identi identified
fied identified with Miss Carew's disappearance
for undoubtedly they were the same
people who had inhabited Number 1313
and how greatly Ruddy was inter interested
ested interested in their movements. This reflec reflection
tion reflection sobered him completely.
Should he not at once notify Mr.
Flint? Did the allegiance he had onlv
tnv pssnmprj nnticr w,v
tions of a life-long friendship? found to contain more of genuine corn-
Here was a problem that was a lit- Pllment than he might ever hope to im im-tle
tle im-tle too much for Tom to decide off- press upon her in a llfetime f assur assur-hand,
hand, assur-hand, and he began to be conscious of j an2,f8' .. J ,
a vague, growing sense of. doubt and She ,was ftx" to founded, how how-missrivinsr.
missrivinsr. how-missrivinsr. He hPMn to n-rrpt '. ever to note hls words. Her regard
- 0- Jt
possibility of future complications that i
would keep him floundering helplessly
in all sorts of predicaments; either in
terference or non-interference by him
might be the occasion for any amount
of future regret and lasting remorse
and mental suffering, but he had ar arrived
rived arrived at the decision before turning
in, that, considering everything, he
should be filled with a sense of grati gratitude
tude gratitude for the fortuitous chance that
had moved him to call on Bro'wnlow.
Captain Phinney was again astir
long before eunrise. He took it upon
himself to see that the decks had such
a scrubbing down, the brasswcrk and
glass such a polishing, as, in all prob probability,
ability, probability, they had never before received.
He had himself well in hand now, and
every man-jack aboard recognized In
the calm, forceful individual who di directed
rected directed so concisely what was to be
done, a skipper who thoroughly under understood
stood understood his business and whose orders
were to be obeyed with prompt thor thoroughness.
oughness. thoroughness. So, at four bells of the morning
watch or six o'clock by land time
when he and the Girl came unexpect unexpectedly
edly unexpectedly face to face, outwardly Tom was
perfectly composed, though his heart
straightway commenced a mad pound pounding,
ing, pounding, and he was filled with a conviction
that a sudden unaccountable difficulty
in his breathing was going to make
him speak as if a tremolo stop had
j been pulled out in his vocal apparatus.
Every minute detail of his wildest
imaginings respecting her beauty was
au mucu mure man couurmeu inai ior
For one thing, she was younger than
he had believed; she could not have
been more than twenty nineteen, he
"I Believe Me I Have Not Been Try Trying
ing Trying to Find You."
decided. Her complexion was of the
velvety, creamy sort, tinted high upon
the cheeks with the faintest rose pink,
that matches nothing as well as hazel
eyes and that beautiful shade of hair
that is too dark to be red and too light
to be brown, and which novelists have
so frequently described as Titian that
the word has almost ceased to have a
But without character the most flaw flawless
less flawless features in the world are like unto
a hollow mask; the girl's face was in instinct
stinct instinct with character, with courage and
resolution, the fine hazel eyes aglow
with intelligence under their long dark
lashes. In short, her whole vivid per personality
sonality personality was full of a charm and witch witchery
ery witchery that might well transform to wine
the blood In Youth's veins.
This vision, it must be understood,
buret upon Tom all at once: he had
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21b pkg Plain Flour 10c
Sweet stuffed Mangoes 5c
Sweet Stuffed Cucumbers 5c
Sweet Stuffed Peppers 5c
Try these, they are fine.
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North of Ocala National
uo nme to linger over aetans, ior in a
flash her expressive countenance mir-1
mrprt a Tnilltillrio rf omnHnno on1 Vi a I
was looking not only into the finest
eyes that had ever met his, but Into a
pair of extremely startled eyes as well.
Next the girl's lips parted, and she re recoiled
coiled recoiled with a gasp of sheer astonish astonishment.
ment. astonishment. And now must be recorded of Tom ;
one of the nicest things it has been j
privileged thus far to say of him; it!
was really a pity that Van Vechten J
could not have been present to ap-j
plaud. He looked uncommonly hand- i
some and natty in his fresh white-duck j
uniform; and his cap, with the anchors
and the words "Kohinur" and "Cap "Captain"
tain" "Captain" thereon all in heavy gold braid,
was very becoming to him. All at
once he became acutely aware of the
boldness and ardor of his gaze, and
lowering his eyes, he whipped off the i
.a auu uuncu luw iu LUC USlUUIoUcU
"I told you," said he exultantly, "that
I would know you anywhere."
And that one little speech, when she
came to ponder over it, would be
A T- 1
, T . a
" x, tl6'llu-
.uu, iuci,uomi.ajii duo uan-iui ueu
away as if she would flee. I
But Tom checked this impulse. He'
was now standing erect, his arms fold-
ed across his broad chest, one hand.
still holding the cap. He smiled and
said easily: ( ;
"Seems as though I'm always to
scare you. Please don't run away,
Anyhow, stay long enough to tell me
what's so fierce about my looks. Won't
For a moment longer their eyes held
one another's, hers still alive with be bewildering
wildering bewildering amazement; but quickly
these expressions died away, and she
recovered her poise as quickly as it
had been routed. Her cheeks flushed
prettily, and she laughed.
"You!" she exclaimed. "Of all per
sons! Captain Captain Phinney! If
it isn't the strangest thing but, no,"
she broke off, "it is not so very re remarkable
markable remarkable after all. You
She stopped with an abruptness that
passed unnoticed by Tom. Unable
longer to repress some expression of
his joy, however veiled it might he,
"It is remarkable, though. It's the
rippingest thing I ever heard of that
I should have found you again, you
know that I should be standing here
talking to you, like this.
"But," he went on quickly, seeing
that this aspect of the matter was not
altogether acceptable, "I believe me
. j have not been trying tQ find you
Not tnat j didn't want to
: had no idea you were to be here.
i presence is perfectly legitimate
j "Implying," she interrupted, every
spark of amusement vanished from
i face and eyes, "that my presence ie
I "Say!" Tom earnestly protested.
I "Please don't talk like that. It's hard t
enough for me to make myself clear nothing better iu tIie WOrld than Dr.
under the best conditions; if you go King's New Discovery. Lewis Chain Chain-to
to Chain-to taking me up sharp that way I'll j berlain, of Manchester, Ohio, writes
make a mess of it. about his children: "Sometimes in
"Here's the way of it. Old Brown- severe attacks we were afraid they
lnw-knnw him? Rum old sport would die, but since we proved what
Brownlow wanted a skipper for his
yacht; I applied for the job" he grew
more and more nervous as he proceed proceeded
ed proceeded under the level regard "he hired
me; and here I am. Do you get me?"
For a long moment she studied his
face; then her lashes lowered a trifle,
her cheeks dimpled, and she replied
with a delightful low-voiced demure demure-ness:
ness: demure-ness: "I get you."
Tom indulged in a tremendous sigh
of relief. For the first time hope
mounted high in his bosom that, after
all, their relations were going to start
upon a friendly footing.
But before he had time to ask a
question that rose to his lips, an inter interruption
ruption interruption came. Turning at the sound of
a footstep, he was in a measure pre prepared
pared prepared to confront the supposititious
old servant of Number 1313. The
man's face, shot and crisscrossed with
a network of nne wrinkles, was beard beardless
less beardless and as lifeless as a death-mask.
But not so the peircing black eyes;
here at once the younger man recog recognized
nized recognized an extraordinary personality,
one that affected him powerfully, even
to forgetting his resentment at the
The man handed him an envelope
with an uttered word or two of expla explanation:
nation: explanation: "From Mr. Brownlow. I am
And then Tom all at once remem remembered
bered remembered where he had perviously heard
this j.miliar voice. Last Monday
night, when he stood blindfolded in
frit 4 wtvatamtiio rnr iciand house, he
had met the man Callis insoieni ;
catechism with a profane retort, and
the bearer of Brownlow's note had cau cautioned
tioned cautioned him that there were ladies
TTho rontpTita of the sheet, which
Tom had open in a jiffy, were brief and
were taken in by him at a glance. His
immediate stupefaction at their pur purport
port purport he voiced in tones of awe.
Vell IH be he began, but
quickly checked himself and looked up
to find the piercing eyes steadily re regarding
garding regarding him.
"And so," he concluded, "you are
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The suggestion that women may be
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By MILLARD MALTBIE
How I found the t?Iebrated 1 migra migrator
tor migrator diamond does not rtaiu esieci:t! esieci:t!-ly
ly esieci:t!-ly to this story, but wbere 1 found it
ts important, for my effort to j;et it
away from tn region where it had
lain ever since a lump of pure carbou
was crystallized and lecaine a fxm as
bis as a walnut is what I am going to
tell you about. When I was a young youngster
ster youngster 1 ran away froin home and a few
weeks later found myself in the prov province
ince province of Minus Geraes. in Brazil, where
the diamond mines are. I worked in
the mines for five years and couldn't
very well do that without learning
something about diamonds diamonds-One
One diamonds-One Sunday I was out on a tramp
and. stopping to rest, .noticed nea.r me
a stone that It struck me looked like a
diamond in the rough. I took it up to j
examine it and found it exactly like
the uncut stones I had dug up for the
diamond company, only I had. never
seen joue half the size. I was a good
deal upset, for if the thing was a dia diamond
mond diamond 1 was ric h
But. as I. have said, it was the get getting
ting getting away with it that I'm going to tell
about. It was a diamond, sure enough,
and one of the big ones of the world
While I was looking at it Jim Stivers
came up. and I was fool enough to let
him see it. He knew right off that it
was worth the biggest part of a mil million
lion million dollars, and a stone like that is
a great temptation for any one. lie
congratulated me!ou my find and be began
gan began at once to plot to get it from me.
Jim had more. sense th:in I in this.
He didn't Jell any one about my hav having
ing having it except three men whom he used
to get-it away from me lie knew 1
would go to Rio with it. and his plan
was to hare me waylaid and the stone
Of course Ldidn'tJinow just what
he would do. but 1 dfinonr that once
I got out of tUe region of law and or orderin
derin orderin other words, off by myself
somebody would try for my property
1 concluded to endeavor to fool who
ever susjiected I had it
with uie by
playing a part. The plan 1 adopted
was this.- I found a countryman who
was going down with a load of wood
and told him I would go with him. He
said he v;:s agreeable, ami I slept the
night before we" started near his
wagon, which was already loaded
Liiiuu., me m-Lui i njtv uur. ui nit-
logs one that I would r-e -.-ognize easily
and. boring a big hole in it under Idler in the year, it went to the fuch fuch-piece
piece fuch-piece of loose bark, put my diamond in sia, its head was stained blue, and it
it. Then, plugging up the hole, i let was called the blue-headed honey honey-down
down honey-down the bark. first putting a little sucker.
glue between it and the wood to hold
it in place. Then I threw the 'og hack
on to the load
We started early in the morning. .and
I. not wishing to be identified with tlu
woodman, at times kept in his rear
and at times in advance of him.
though I hadu t told any one I was
going on the trip. I found the road
- i i t i i .
puueieu ..-isn. ..k,
at me searchingly. and it wasn't ions
before, hearing footsteps behind me. 1
turned and saw him coming with two
Ui,i-Kri-7S a UC au.ui 1 4 j 1 1 I K.U v., w v
one of them, who knew uie by sicht.
said. "That's the man." and. address
ing me. added:,
"Young feller, the diamond company
has missed a valuable uncut stoue
and. having been informed that it is in j
your possession, has sent ns to oe
mana u or you nease uauu u out.
"I haven't any tliauiond. I replied
I'm as poor as poverty and don't know
where I shall get a bite to eat."
i Thev didn't waste any words, but
two of them held me while the third
went through my fxK-kets. my hair,
my beard indeed, every part of roe
Then he took off my clothes, leavin.sr
me stark naked, and examined every
seam, every inch of -e!oth. even hold holding
ing holding them up and booking through them
to the light.
"1 reckon he has either sent It on
ahead or left St iehind to come later.
s;:id the man who tuid done the sturtii
ing All would have iroue well h-.fi
not the woodcutter's ';i;rnii eome
lumbering down the road n:iS he had
to ask rue in a familiar way what my
appearing in my birthday clothes
meant. The men pricked up their ears
at this and asked him if he knew me.
and he told theiu that we were fellow
lie ot a thorough searching for. his
pains, the men thinking that he was
rarr, us,1 T" ;r
wagon, looking even into the bubs of
the wheels One of them suggested
that what they were looking for might
be between the logs of wood, and
they threw every tog off on to the road.
carefullv watching for the diamond
But it was of no use
not to le found.
They didn't nfee to
The stone was
give it up: but.
believing thr't I had
" hT, TJ rWJ Ifyouareavictimofanyoithenumer-
finally concluded to do so They had CQmmQa to jQm sex d
instructions from Stivers not to n u rt wr0ngtO suffer.
me. if they could get tae diamond' half a centoy, Cardui has been re re-they
they re-they were to do so. but they were not ijeving just such niSf as is proven by the
to commit murder or make a case f thousands of letters, similar to the above,
against those implicated in the at- which pour into our office, year by year,
tempted robbery. So 1 was allowed Cardui is Successful because it is com-,
to proceed. posed of ingredients which act specifically
When we reached Itio 1 took the Ion xm the womanly constitution, and helps
in which I had hidden the diamond off build the weakened organs back to health
the load, paid the woodman for It and. and Strength.
putting it on mv shonider. went awavl Cardui has helped others, and wfll help
with it ; you, too. Get a bottle today. You
I sailed for Amsterdam, that I might ; won't regret iL Ycur druggist sells it
get my stone mt. na when it was In Writeto: Oiattanooga Medicine Ok. ladles A.
proper condition sld it for fiUHW to
a nanovertan prince.
COULDNT SHAKE HER LOVE V
Certain Considerations Induced Fair
Creature to Be Magnanimous
The time has come for me to
speak." he said, going over to the
mantelpiece and leaning his head ab abstractedly
stractedly abstractedly against the cold marble.
"My dear, before we are married,
and while there Is yet time to pause,
my conscience bids me tell you about
"I have deceived you" eren about
"Not only am I 40 Instead of 34, but
I am a widower. I stay out late at
night when I feel like it. I smoke all
over the house, am particular about
my meals, find fault all the time,
blame the servants, never go anywhere
to oblige anyone else, drink more than
I ought to, and, in fact, am a vulgar,
disagreeable, gruff, Inhospitable, Irri Irritable,
table, Irritable, inconsiderate, insufferable nuK
"Tell me," said the fair creature lie
addressed, repressing with a conscious
look of pride an inward shudder; "you
are chairman of Pitcher's Park Packing
company and you own the house and
grounds that you showed me, don't
"And the beautiful share debentures
you asked me to look at and four acres'
in the heart of the shopping district
are all yours, aren't they?"
"They are, dearest."1
"Then." said the undismayed and
still radiant creature by his side.
darling, with all your faults, I love
PLUMAGE CAUSED THE ERROR
Naturalists Have Discovered They
Were Wrong in Idea About New
Since birds frequenting flowers for
honey or insects are apt to get their
heads covered with pollen, and since
the pollen of different flowers variea
in color, a bird may become, yellow yellow-headed,
headed, yellow-headed, red-headed, blue-headed, etc.,
according to season. This circum circumstance
stance circumstance led to a curious mistake in the
case cf a New Zealand bird, a honey?
sucker and a hurter of flowers. In
the early summer if visited most fre frequently
quently frequently the flowers of the native flax.
and later in the year fed chiefly on
the fuchsia. The pollen of the forn
lis red, and of the latter blue. Hei
j ia the early summer the bird appear
j wiui a reu ueau ana was uaiiieu .x
j-r f, .. eaded honeysucker. But when,
Thus for a long time this bird waa
thought to he of two distinct species,
and only a. year cr two ago was it
found that the "red-headed" and the
"blue-headed" we're one and the same,
and that the real color of the head
.was blackish brown. Harper's Week-
j AccordiEg to a recent letter from
J the Congo region on the west coast
, of AfrIca tae monkeys there are In-
ordinately fond of a kind of beer
made by the natives, who use thr
beverage to capture their poor rela relations.,
tions., relations., Having placed quantities of
beer where the monkeys can get at
it, the natives wait until their victims
are in various degrees of inebriation.
j nd when they mIngle wIth tnem
poor creatures are too much fuddled
to recognize the difference between
negro and ape. When a negro takes
the hand of one of them to lead him
off some other fond creature clings to
the hand of the latter one, and anoth another
er another to hie hand; thus a single negro
may sometimes be .seen carrying off
a string of staggering monkeys.
When secured, the beer Is adminis administered
tered administered in decreasing quantities, so that
they may only gradually awaken to
the sad results of their spree.
llcose meet Thursday night.
Hopes Her Statement, Mace nbl'c,
will Kelp Other WcLiCa.
Hines, Ala.-"I must confess", says
, MfJ. tuIa A12g Keio or tm5 pIacej mat
i tne WOman's tonic, has done me
a g(Czt deal of good;
Bdore I commenced using Cardui, 1
j would spit up everything I ate. I had a
tired, sleepy feeling all the time, and was
, irregular, l couia naraty drag around,
and would have severe headaches con-
I Since taking Cardui. I have entirely
' sPguPJ Everything
-seems to hgcst all right, and I have
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myselL I have deceired you. 1 amy r r-not
not r-not the noble-hearted, unselfish, refin-
ed and altogether desirable man you y-J