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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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OCALA

EVENING'

VOL. 2
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY. JANUARY 20. 1914
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FAMOUS JUDGE

UNDER FIRE
Emory Sjieer Official Actions are
y Now Undergoing an Official
Investigation
Macon, Ga., Jan. 20. Chairman
Webb and Congressmen Volstead and
Fitzhenry, who compose the congres congressional
sional congressional sub-committee, have begun an
investigation of the charges against
Judge- Emory Speer, who is accused
of having practiced irregularities
while a judge of the federal court.
The judge is accused, in brief, of:
Allowing his son-in-law to be- em employed
ployed employed in office and duties of the
court; allowing compensation in ex excess
cess excess of legal amounts in bankruptcy
cases; violations of law in drawing
juries; violating mandates of supreme
court; oppressive and corrupt use of
his official position in decidin g cases
in favor of his son-in-law; using the
court attaches as private servants;
corrupt dissipation of assets in bank bankruptcy
ruptcy bankruptcy cases; abuses in appointing
receivers to property without notice
to the owners; taking money from
court fund fcr private use; defying
mandate of the circuit court of ap
peals; allowing money to remain in j
banks in which his kin were inter interested;
ested; interested; attempted bribery; oppressive
conduct in unlawfully seizing and
selling of property; use ol drags.
Curtis Nottingham, former city re recorder
corder recorder of Macon, was the first wit witness
ness witness called.
Speer Stood by His Servant
Mr. Nottingham testified that in
his official capacity as city recorder
he had, in 1904, sentenced Henry
Jemison, said to be an employe of
Judge Speer, to the county chain chain-gang,
gang, chain-gang, for violation of a city ordi ordinance.
nance. ordinance. On the same day, he testi testified,
fied, testified, an additional sentence had been
imposed on Jemison for using ob obscene
scene obscene language. The two sentences
aggregated an imprisonment of sev-
en months. He stated that habeas
corpus proceedings were brought in
Judge Speer's court, and the prison prisoner
er prisoner ordered released. The city of Ma Macon
con Macon appealed to the supreme court of
the United States, the witness said,
which held that the district court
was without jurisdiction. Jemison
was then replaced on the chaingang
of Macon, and was again released by
order of Judge Speer, who cited the
city attorney, superintendent of pub public
lic public works and chief of police for con contempt.
tempt. contempt. The case is still pending, he
asserted.
The defense read from a decision
of the supreme court of Georgia
holding that in a case said to be sim similar
ilar similar it had been held that a city re recorder
corder recorder is without authority to sen sentence
tence sentence a prisoner for more than three
months, depriving him of, lie right
of trial by jury. The witness ad-
mitted that in his opinion, had the
J( mison case been carried to the su-
preme court of Georgia, it would
have been reversed.
RIDICULOUS CLAIM
OF THE RAILROADS
Insist that Tampa Wants to Build Up
Water Traffic at Their
Expense
Tampa Times, lUth:s Edgar. J.
Smith, an oiticial examiner oi the in interstate
terstate interstate Commerce Commission, is in
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maKe a record lor me (.uiumuwuu iu ;
the two cases above described.
In brief they are Tampa's efforts
to reduce rates from the west thru j

New Orleans and Mobile by making
the railroads and the boat lines KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
unite on through bills of lading. J QCaa Loage No. 19. Conventions
Mr. Smith will be here today only, j neId every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
The hearing occupied three hours Castle Hall, over the Janss Carlisle
from 10 o'clock to 1 o'clock, and was j drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis vis-resumed
resumed vis-resumed again at 2 o'clock this aft- j ilicg orothers. Wm. M. Gober, C. C.

ernoon. His engagements are sucn
that, he must leave here -tonight. If
the hearing is not finished then a
later date must be set. As to when
a findinsr miffht be expected he could
, tA
; i a .inomcfn men wprp
present in abundance at the hearing, j
Tampa jobbers and others who should ;
be most vitally interested were not1
present in anywhere near the num. j
bers expected. j
It might be thought they were not
interested were it not known that
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the hearing is a most vital one to
them.
Three witnesses were put on for
the morning hearing. They were
Frank C. Bowyer, president of the

board of trade; C. E. Hoskins, the"
rate expert who made its compilation j
fin whirh thf msp Is haspd nn-1 F"

Ed. Bryan of Snow & Bryan, one of
the largest firms of jobbers in the
city.
Through the trend of the cross cross-examination
examination cross-examination made by attorneys for
the railroads it developed that the
railroads will pro'uably make the
point that Tampa wants lower rail
and water rates in order to divert
traffic from the railroads to the water
lines, thus furnishing Tampa with
ammunition, to use in its campaign
for thirty feet of water up to her
docks."
. nil's RIOER
Hi ROMANCE
Xgr Giants, He Says, Exist in
Country Near Source of
the Nile
London, Jan. 20. Rev. C. Lea
Wilson, who conducts a mission in
the district of the White Nile a tho.i tho.i-sand
sand tho.i-sand miles south of Khartoum, has
ai rived in England with an interest-iv-z
story about a race of negro
giants who inhabit the Bhar-el-Gha-
zai, two hundred miles west of the
river. These natives practice neither j
cy.rnabalism nor human sacrifices sacrifices-anvl
anvl sacrifices-anvl have admirable traits. Unlike

their neighbors, they are never cruelly gtates sunreme court, ani wM3
to women or children, and their hab-jthe case wag rending tneret Mr.
its of decorating themselves are j Croom v-a3 j.aeceedel as comptroller
somewhat akin to the people of civ- : hv w v KnnU and t. F. West suc

lization.
For reasons
unknown even
themselves, the adults all have six of
their lower teeth removed. Of those

remaining, however, they take the ; merits, both the former and present
most scrupulous care, cleaning them j attorney general waived the right of
daily, with a native brush and wood J dismissal cn the ground that Mr.
ashes. They take much pride in J Croom was dead, and was no lenger
dressing their hair, powder their j comptroller of the state of Florida,
faces and wear ostrich feathers. They but the supreme court dismissed the
believe in a Supreme Being to whom I case solely on that ground. The re re-they
they re-they make sacrifices thru their chiefs !-'lt of the dismissal, however, was
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cr witch doctors.
DOZIER IS DELIGHTED
At the Prospects for Early Improve Improvement
ment Improvement of the Oklawaha
Jacksonville News, Jan. 19. En Enthused
thused Enthused over the fact that the board
of engineers for rivers and harbors
sitting in Washington, last week rec recommended
ommended recommended that Congress appropri appropriate
ate appropriate $735,000 for the purpose of
deepening the Oklawaha River from
its mouth to the lakes of Lee county,
L. E. Dozier, who was several times
mayor of Leesburg, is in the city
after spending several weeks in
Washington. He feels certain that
the rivers and harbors' committee, of
which Congressman S. M. Sparkman
o Tampa, is chairman, will include
. the necessary aDnrouriation in the
', rivers and harbors bill, and that it
will pass both houses without ques-1
tion. i
! The appropriation would be suffi-
j cient to give the channel of the fa
mous river a widen o: sixty leei ana
a depth of six feet. The benefits to
1 p derived from the completion of
the entire section tra
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: verse 1 by the river are eas:ly miag-
i n,-e- .ti w-.ro n.-iriiHrma!
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harbors committee, ani he is conn
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j dent that favorable action will be se se-1
1 se-1 cured with little further difficulty.
I Mr. Dozier deserves great credit for
j the efficient work he has done in be-
, 1 half of the project since Congress
convened in regular session.
c:has. K. Sase. K. R. S. Ad
HORSE STRAYED
Horse straved from the fair
grounds on the night of Jan. 16th;
trim, dark blood bay mare; weight
about 900 pounds; about sis years
old; scar on inside of right hind leg;
shows a little white on one hind leg
Eear hoof- Finder wil1 Please notif-v
H. J. Nichols stables, Ocala," Fla.
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SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala

TIES TO AV

T8 TAXES
Case cf State Versus Pullman Com Company
pany Company Will be Again in
Federal Court
Tallahassee, Jan. 19. What has
been a case of unusual interest in the
ipast few years, and which bids fair
to be the subject of important liti litigation
gation litigation for some time vet is the case
of the state of Florida against the
Pullman Company, fcr the collection
cf lice.'se taxes doe the state by that
company.
Under the revenue act. of 1007 and
the license act of 1913, a tax was
imposed of 14 per cent upon, the
gross earnings in the state of com com-rrnies
rrnies com-rrnies operating Pullman, parlor and
sleeping cars in the state of Florida.
The case was earriel to the fed federal
eral federal courts by the Pullman Com Company,
pany, Company, it having resisted the collec collection
tion collection of the taxes due on January 1,
j 1912, and which shoald have teen
! paid on or by that date. ;
i At that time Mr. Croom was
J comptroller of the state, an 1 the re-
;strainfhg crJer against
3 collec-
! tion of the. taxes as
sue 1 byi the
i federal courts was direetel to him.
The attorney general of the
state.
Tram
the present governor, Park
mel!, annealed the case to the Unit-
ceeded to the office of attorney gen gen-to'eral.
to'eral. gen-to'eral. In order that the case mijht have
been speedily determined upon its
a tentative victory for the state, and
so long as no further effort was
made by the Pullman Company to
resist the collection of the tax, it left
the state free to again press its col collection.
lection. collection. Promptly upon receipt of the in information
formation information that the case had been dis dismissed
missed dismissed from the United States su supreme
preme supreme court, Comptroller Knott gave
notice to the Pullman Company, as
required by law, that he would, after
a lapse of a reasonable time, pro proceed
ceed proceed to enforce the collection of the
tax due, and set January 15th as the
final date upon which he would is issue
sue issue process to the sheriff, should the
taxes not be paid by that time. Mr.
Knott had prepared the necessary
papers, directed to the sheriff of Du Duval
val Duval county, for levying upon the
property of the Pullman Company,
to enforce a collection of the taxes,
when he was served with a notice of
a temporary restraining order, issu-
f.d by the judge of the United States
District Court, enjoining him from
issuing the papers to the sheriff orj
taking any other steps to enforce the!
collection of the tax. until tho same
should have been heard by the Fed-
!era Courts.
This order of the court again tied
n these rast due taxes in litigation.
I ?nd doubtless the case will again
;be Unite! States Su-
preme Court.
POSSIBLY THE VICTIM
OF A SUBTLE POISON
Florida Man in Harrisonburg, Va.,
Investigating His Brother's
Fate
Harrisonburg. Va., Jan. 20. That
his brother, Noah Rodeffer, who died
recently at Mount Sterling. Ky., un under
der under mysterious circumstances, after
being a fugitive from justice from
this place thirteen years, was the vic victim
tim victim of foul play is the declared be be-l:'ef
l:'ef be-l:'ef of George D. Rodeffer. of Uma Umatilla,
tilla, Umatilla, Fla., who is here making in inquires
quires inquires regarding the case. He says
that his brother who was found dead
alone in his home twenty-four hours
after death had ensued, is known to
have had at least $12,000 in his pos possession
session possession and this money is yet to be
located. Rodeffer, who has just re returned
turned returned from Kentucky, believes that
his brother was robbed either before
or after death. There wert no out-
ward evidences of violence, but there
ii a belief that the man may have
been the victim of a subtle poison.
Xoah Rodeffer Sei from Harrison-
ibrrg in 1901. leaving a wife and nine
children after being indicted for

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committing an attack on a prominent
married woman of this vicinity and
nothing more was heard of him un until
til until news of his death in Kentucky
reached here.' So far as is known, he
made no provision for his wife and
children. Although it is said that
he told an intimate acquaintance sev several
eral several months ago that he expected to
leave them well off. He is also said
to have remarked that he expected
to reimburse his brother, Conrad
Rodeffer, for $2,000 bond which he
had to pay when he jumped bail.

HAVE (Mil UP. HOPE
OEeers and Crew of British Sub Submarine
marine Submarine Smothered to Death
Days Ago
PJymoufh, Englani, Jan. 20 The
disappearance of the submarine
"A-7" continues a mystery, all ef efforts
forts efforts to locate her since her failure to
return to the surface after a dive
during the manoeuvers in Whitesand
Bay Friday, proving fruitless. Al Although
though Although the admiraiity otfice admits
the fear that the little craft has been
swallowed up by the quicksands in
the bay. the search is ept up by a
large fleet with grappling irons.
The "A-7-' carried a crew of elev eleven
en eleven men, two of whom were officers,
and; was under the command cf Lieu Lieutenant
tenant Lieutenant Welman, one of the best
known of the younger British naval
officers. Several members of the
crew were making their first trip be below
low below the surface in a submarine.
The little craft was constructed to
l stand submersion for twelve hours
and, even though she may still be
resting on the bottom of the bay no
hope isheld out that any of the
crew are yet alive.
CAN'T SEDUCE COBB
Federal League's Attempt to Take
Him Away from Detroit
Fails
Detroit, Jan. 20. A newspaper
received a telegram today from Ty
Cobb at Royston, Ga., saying he
would stay with Detroit and that he
is satisfied with the terms and would
not accept the Chicago Federal
League offer.
The Federals offered Cobb fifteen
thousand dollars annually for a five five-year
year five-year contract. This is the first ex expression
pression expression of Cobb's attitude.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets in
onge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Adv.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala
Hear the Maud Powell records at
our store next to O. K. Teapot Groc-
ierv.Co. A. M. Lansford, l-17-7t
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over the
beautiful
tourist route, Surer bpnags
run and Oklawaha river, fam fam-ei
ei fam-ei in song and story as the
mcst wierdly beautiful water waterway
way waterway in the world. Boat sails
from Silver Springs every
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Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning at S o'clock.
Sails from Palatka every
Monday, Wednesday and Fri Friday
day Friday at 6:30 a. m. Trips made
entirely by daylight. Elegant
a la carte service on board.
Every accommodation, con convenience
venience convenience and safety aDpli aDpli-ance.
ance. aDpli-ance. For further information, ap apply
ply apply or write to
C. (Ed) rarmichacl,
Ocala, Fla.
Weller Ormicliacl,
Silver Springs, Fla.
Oaris RotfoU,
Palatka. Florida.
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HELP FROM iTl
TO BUILD IBS

Good Roads Movement to Receive
Substantial Aid from the
Government
Washington, Jan. 20. There has
just been Introduced In the House
of Representatives a bill of vast in interest
terest interest to the state of Florida and
every other state in the Union. It is
the first tangible, concrete proposi proposition
tion proposition Initiated in Congress looking to
federal aid in th? construction of
highways in the various states.
The bill is especially important be because
cause because it emanates from the commit committee
tee committee on roads of the House of Repre Representatives,
sentatives, Representatives, a newly created commit committee
tee committee that has for its object the devis devising
ing devising of a plan whereby the resources
of the nation may be drawn upon In
carrying out this new and ambitious
scheme of road making.
That tho time is drawing near
when the government will go into
partnership with the states in mak making
ing making and maintaining roads is now
too obvious to admit of doubt. Rec Recognising
ognising Recognising this fact the House leaders
created a strong committee cf very
large membership to take cognizance
nf the proposition and evolve a bill,
the committee has fourteen demo democrats
crats democrats and sever minority members.
Representative Shackelford, of Mis Missouri,'
souri,' Missouri,' is chairman of the committee
and Representative C. Baseom Slemp
of Virginia heads the mmority wing
of it.
The committee has literally receiv received
ed received suggestions from all over the
United States. These suggestions
varied greatly in character. One of
the most novel was proposed by Rep Representative
resentative Representative Whitacre, a member of
the committee, who introduced a bill
providing that the government issue
bonds to the extent of $1,500, 000, 000,-000
000 000,-000 and hire Col. Goethals, of Pana Panama
ma Panama canal fame, at an annual salary
of ?25,00O for life to superintend
the building of the roads on a gigan gigantic
tic gigantic scale thruout the country.
OCALA CHURCH DIRECTORY
The following directory was cor corrected
rected corrected Jan. 1. Ministers are request requested
ed requested to notify this office when changes
are made.
PRESBYTERIAN Corner of Ft.i
King avenue and Watula street; pas pastor
tor pastor W. H. Dodge; residence 309 Ft.
King avenue; phone 233. .Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a.m.;
superintendent W. H. Dodge; morn morning
ing morning sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Mis Mission
sion Mission Society 3 p. m.; evening sermon
7:15 o'clock. Midweek prayer meet meeting
ing meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30.
CATHOLIC North Magnolia St.;
priest, D. .Eottolacio; residence 327
North Orange street; Sunday ser services:
vices: services: High mass 10 a. ra.; espers
3 p. m.; Sun Jay school 3 to 5 p. m.;
omm;'.r.ion services second Sundas
0:20 a. m.; a'so regular service.
i:ri3COPAL Corner S. Broadway
ind Watula streets; rector, Rev. Jas.
G. Glass; residence 311 S. Broadway;
jphcne 415. SunJay services: Hcly
4 conimvnion 7:30 a. m.; Sunday
4'l i
s:hjol, 9:4u a. m.; morning prayer,
litany and sermon 11 a. m.; evening
prayer 7:30 p. m.; choir practice
TumO p. m. Friday; meetings of ves vestry
try vestry and societies at hours appointed.
CHRISTIAN East Broadway be between
tween between Watula and Osceola streets ;
pastor, N. -T. Lawson. Sunday
services: Sun5ay school 9:30 a. m..
! superintendent C. T. Hooper; morn
ing sermon 11 o'clock; Christian En Endeavor
deavor Endeavor 4 p. m.; evening sermon 7:30
clock. Midweek prayer meeting
Wednesday evening 7:30 o'clock.
EAPTIST Corner North Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia and North Second streets; pastor
Bunyan Stephens; residence 520 Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha avenue; phone 314; Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
superintendent W. T. Gary; morning
sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Baptist
Young People's Union 4 p. m.; Sen Senior
ior Senior Baptist Young People's Union
6:45 p. m.; evening sermcn 7:30 p.
m. -Miaweex player meeting wea wea-nesday
nesday wea-nesday evening 7:30 o'clock.
METHODIST Corner Fort King
avenue and South Main street; pas pastor
tor pastor J. M. Gross: residence 99 Fort
King avenue; phone 157; Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m.,
superintendent L. N. Green; morn morning
ing morning sermcn 11 o'clock; Junior Ep-

worth League 4 p. m.;. Senior Ep Ep-wcrth
wcrth Ep-wcrth League 6:30 p. m.; evening
sermon 7 o'clock. Midweek prayer
meeting Wednesday evening 7:30.
Choir practice Friday evening at the
church.

ill RIVER ITEMS
Silver Springs, Jan. 20. Through Throughout
out Throughout the great Oklawaha river basin
for the past week the weather has
been fine. The drouth continues In
this section and the river stands now
at the lowest and many logs are un un-submerged.
submerged. un-submerged. All deep drough ves vessels
sels vessels are having a hard time of it try trying
ing trying to make time on the low and log
strewn river. The Hart liner Okee Okee-humkee,
humkee, Okee-humkee, Captain Pendergrass, with
passengers, Palatka and Silver
Springs is always from three to five
hours late on each trip up stream,
and the Day 'Line, the City of Ocala,
Captain Frank E. Mathews, with
passengers, has to run under forced
draft to make her schedule. The
typical shallow draft river freight
boa't. Sharp Shooter, Captain E. L.
Mills, arrives on time, although she
is continually dodgeing sand dunes
to get here. The Little Oklawaha Is
almost as shallow as a dinner plate.
The ferries at Heather Islan 3 and
Starks are just above ankle deep.
The Daylight Line and the Hart
Line, the two tourist lines of the Ok-'
lawaha, started out with full regis registers,
ters, registers, and it seems from an optimistic
view of the large number of tourists
now in Florida, that the steamers
shall enjoy the entire season .with
full registers. Both lines advertise,
profusely and widely, the Hart Line
being in its fifth season and more
widely known there are more
toorists coming inland to take that.
line than the new Daylight Line..
However, when tourists arrive at
points in Florida where the new line
service is well advertised, and in inquire
quire inquire into the quickness of dispatch
of the line, they find that ninety per
cent of the tourists ship via the
Daylight Line, "City of Ocala.
The Hart Line terms the Oklawa Oklawaha
ha Oklawaha "The Mysterious River." Most
effective of all is the Oklawaha by
torch light. The colored pilots kind kindle
le kindle their llghtwood flambeaux. The
resinous yellow and scarlet flames
light up the banks with their weird
dense growth of cypress, -palmetto,
pine, and gum trees, the tall and
well trimmed spindling palm, the
tree and the blossoming dogwood,
the magnolia and the rhododendron,
the woodbine, the orchid' and the
sweet scented jasmine, all together
rank tropical water lilies fringing
the shoreline. The grand torchlight
illumination of the forest at night
is well worth a trip on board the
famous Okeehumkee and the Hiawa Hiawatha.
tha. Hiawatha. And then from the romantic il illuminated
luminated illuminated night to the bright and
sunlighted day; from the dreamy
night the new sun rises in a spring
of youth costume and I am aboard of
j.a new and fast vessel, the City of
Ocala, speeding down the mighty
rieen clothed gorge, over the blue
deep with a roaring, leap, speeding
as an air bird, and rounding the
treacherous points so gracefully
old time farm landings running
by me rapidly, just sparing a sweet
icentel crange blossom cologne in
passing, swiftly to the points, then
sweeping around the scary, almost
walled up bends and roaring down in
the deep fastness of the Darden
Kennels, Gore Creek, below "These
Kisses;" then right under the Sun Sunday
day Sunday Bluff of Indian legend, with the
winter sunlight streaming thru the
National forest, where th birds
throats are voicing choicest notes
of the wilderness around about; and
sliding along with the speed of the
wind pass the Creep Ea3ies, and thru
the Tuskawilla Pass and over against
Lapp Island, brushing it with a "kit "kittenish"
tenish" "kittenish" rub. O, so fine the great and
wide river expanse looms! The pan panorama
orama panorama is changed from the Nar Narrows
rows Narrows to the big Bear Creek forest forest-Tantalizing
Tantalizing forest-Tantalizing the seeing nerves be become
come become on board the fast speeding
yacht and each passenger's emotion emotional
al emotional nerve bursts forth In vocal admir admiration.
ation. admiration. Many a trip, it is related by
the officers of the vessel, some pas passengers
sengers passengers become so engrossed in the
fast moving wildness, that they do
not even change seats. Palatka at
sundown.
The Okeehumkee is due from Pa Pa-atka
atka Pa-atka Tuesday at neon or as soon as
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THE OCALA EVKMXCJ STAR. TUESDAY, JAUXAKY 20, 1914

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OCALA OCCURRENCES

Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Council meets this evening.
Moose. meets Thursday night.
Call phone 455 if in need of plain
or fancy dress making.. 1-8-tf.
Mr. L. F. Ballard visited the pic picture
ture picture show last evening.
II. A Kramer. Office 504 Lime
St. Telephone 348 l-2-6t
"Ensign" films are the kind your
friends are using for their small
cameras. None better. The Court
The officials of the United States
i
court have not put in an appearance
jet. i
Tofessional as well as amatetir
photographers use the famous
sign" films to be had only at the
Court Pharmacy. 1-17-tf A
Circuit court has adjourned until
next Thursday, when the Hearst
.case' -wlll'golo trial;
The county judj;e has issued a
marriage license to Mr. Paul E.
Sphcer and Miss Meta A. Feaster.
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Mr. L. J. Knight, Sr., of Quitman,
Ga., who has been in town the past
week, the guest of his son, Mr. W.
A. Knight, left this afternoon for
Tampa to visit his other son, L. J., Jr.
Veterinary Surgeon Dunn left this
afternoon for Gainesville, to attend
to some important professional bus business.
iness. business. Mr. B. Goldman sold six sewing
machines yesterday, which is a sign
of prosperity for ihe country as well
..as for Mr. Goldman.
Mr.' S. B. Hawk's business college
Is doing well. It has doubled the
number of its pupils in the last two
weeks and all are making fine pro progress
gress progress Capt. Tom Bridges left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Perry to recapture Jesse
Albritton, a convict out on parole,
who must have been behaving badly,
as the governor has revoked his par pardon.
don. pardon.
Messrs. T. S. Dickens of Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and O. B. Powell of Jackson
ville, two wen Known iraveiws uucu,
had a bad accident last evening.
'They had been in Ocala, and were
going out on the Kendrick road on
their way to Gainesville in their
auto when the car upset, bruising
Mr. Dickens up considerably and Mr.
Powell slightly. Mr. T. C. Luckie,
who was out on the joad at that
time, picked the two unfortunates up
and brought them to town. Mr.
Dickens was taken to the hospital,
where such good care was taken of
him that he was able to leave this
morning. iuu vi u.
badly smashed. The accident occurr
ed about 200 yards from the A. C. L.
crossing, and seems to have been
caused by the car turning out to give
room for another auto and hitting a
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
"Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
Look
This
list Over
Crab Meat for Fresh Deviled
Crabs.
Shrimp, Lobster, Kippered-Her-ring,
Herring in Tomato
Sauce, Fish Flakes, Shredded
Cod Fish, Cod Fish Ball,
Brick Cod Fish, Shad Roe,
Herring Roe, Little Neck
glish Channel Mackerel, 5 lb.
tins Messed Salt Mackerel, Ca
viar, Anchevies, Salmon Cut Cut-.
. Cut-. let, Salmon Steaks, Chili Con Con-Carne,
Carne, Con-Carne, Hot Tamales, Pop Popping
ping Popping Corn, Pecan and Wal Walnut
nut Walnut Meats, Shelled Almonds,
Assorted Glace Fruits.
0. K. TEA-POT
GROCERY
PHONES 16 and 174.
OCALA FLA.

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i HOWELL AMI CHAM BLISS
WILL EXPORT IKX.S
A Solid Carload of Florida-Meat Co Coins
ins Coins Forward to Atlanta
Messrs. Howell & Chambliss will
ship a solid carload of meat hogs to
Atlanta in a few days, from their
farm at Lowell. Thi3 firm ships
several carloads out of the state
e::cb. year.
BIG BUSINESS
Mclver & Mac Kay Receiving Im Immense
mense Immense Quantities of
- 3Iaterial
Mclver & MacKay do an immense
business. They now have in the
railroad yards or on the way fifteen
carloads of brick, cement, plaster,
nails and lumber, j
jThe firm is unloading 60,000 brick
aud putting them on the ground on
Xorth Tuscawilla street, where the
Woman's CJUii -""building is to be
erected. It has many other big con-
M
ftracts on hand or in prospect.
APPRECIATED GIFT OF BOOKS
The students and teachers of the
Ocala High School wish to thank Mr.
andMrs. T. T. Munroe for a number
ofvolumes of history and poetry
given to the school library a few
days since.
A. VERY. LARGE DEER
A part yof hunters east of Monta Montague
gue Montague yesterday killed one of the larg largest
est largest bucks of the season and the head
is on exhibition in Harry Peter's
place. The deer was killed by Mr.
Albert Fort. The deer had broken
both of its horns off -short, presuma presumably
bly presumably in a wire fense.
CALL FOR LIBRARY MEETIXG
The directors of the Carnegie Li Library
brary Library AssociatiSn are requested to
meet at the council chambers, city
hall, at 3 o'clock Wednesday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, for the purpose of organizing
and to transact such other business
as may come before the meeting.
By Order of Committee.
PLENTY OF 31ISTLETOE
The young people can get a big
supply of mistletoe over at the court
house if they will hurry. The mistle mistletoe
toe mistletoe has been growing profusely in
the oak trees for several years and
as it will eventually kill the trees,
Mr. John Heintz, who cares for the
grounds, had it all removed .with
the growth of moss, at the same
time, both of which parasites are in injurious
jurious injurious to the shade trees.
Mr. Maurice Strauss, who has been
visiting in Cincinnati for the past
two or three weeks, returned home
last night.
Mr. R. A. Witter of St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, an engineer on the A. C. I.,
who formerly made this city tiis
home, came in last night and is reg registered
istered registered at the Ocala House.
Rev. and Mrs. H. R. Surrett of
Madison, X. C, are guests of the
Ocala House and were taken out to
see Silver Springs today. They are
trying to get transferred to the Flor Florida
ida Florida conference.
Mr. Norton Davis is at Salt Springs,
where he went the first of last week
in hopes that the mineral water
would bring relief to his suffering
caused by a dozen or more risings
and carbuncles. Messrs. E. T. Hel Hel-venston
venston Hel-venston and LaGrange Sistrunk can
sympathize with Mr. Davis, for both
have been sick since Sunday with the
same malady.
Mr. Bruce Meffert left on the
night train for Orlando and today
with Mr. Sam Teague, in the latter's
car, started on a motoring trip, Mi Miami
ami Miami being their destination.
Mr. Dan Whitfield has purchased
the interest of his partner in the
Star Pressing Club on North Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street. He is making additions
to his facilities and expects soon to
have a most compete and up-to-date
establishment.
At last night's meeting of the
Ocala lodge Knights of Pythias two
candidates were instructed in the
duties of an esquire. Two full full-fledged
fledged full-fledged knights were also carried to
the heights where only brave men
can climb and return during -the
same season. The two latter were
Messrs. Anson Halsell and Charlie
Dyer, both of Oak.
DR. W. K. LANE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building. Ocala Adr.

Mrs. Maude Powell Turner, the
celebrated violinist who will play at
the Temple tomorrow night, and her
husband. Mr. IL Godfrey Turner, of
Xew York, and Miss Frances Moore
of El Paso, arrived this afternoon
and have taken rooms at the Har Harrington.
rington. Harrington. All those who heard this
gifted musician on her last appear appearance
ance appearance here look forward to tomorrow
evening with great pleasure.

NOTICE TO THEATER PATROXS
There will be no extra charge for
reserving the tickets for the Maud
Powell concert Wednesday evening.
First come, first served, so take your
tickets to the Court Pharmacy and
have them reserved. Out of town
patrons wishing to have their tick tickets
ets tickets reserved can do so by writing or
telephoning Mrs. H. M. Hampton.
-MR. LANSFORD HAD A FIRE
As the Bingville Bugle would say,
"We had a fire in our midst last
wesk." Mr. A. M. Lansford had a
small fire in his new store Saturday
Lnight almost as soon as he had mov
ed in. Some one threw a match in
his waste-paper basket and the fire
spread to his desk, the wall of the
store and did considerable damage in
a few minutes. Mr. Lansford and
his assistants put the fire out.
A RECORD BREAKING TRIAL
Yesterday afternoon a record
breaking trial took place in Judge
Smith's court. For some time Dr.
C. R. Tydings has suspected his ne negro
gro negro man, Alonzo Johnson, of steal stealing
ing stealing out his fine horse and riding it
at night. Yesterday he obtained
the evidence complete and when the
man came to the store on an errand,
Dr. Tydings accused him of it. The
man admitted it and i Dr. Tydings
told him to accompany him to the
court house and he would have him
arrested. Johnson went right along.
Dr. Tydings took out a warrant in
Judge Smith's court. Sheriff Gallo Galloway
way Galloway happened to be in the room at
the time, the warrant was served,
the man arraigned anl plead guilty
and Judge Smith sentenced him to
pay a fine of ?10 and costs or serve
sixty days on the county roads. In
lieuof the amount the sheriff took
him off to jail. The whole transac transaction
tion transaction took less than ten minutes.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
Lost, Found,, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR RENT Furnished rooms.
Call at No. 515E. Adams St. 12-31 tf
WANTED A small roll top desk;
must be in good repair and low in
price. Address H. D., care Evening
Star. 12-31-6t
RAGS WANTED The Star office
will buy CLEAN COTTON rags for
use in cleaning up presses and ma machinery.
chinery. machinery. 12-12-tf
FOR RENT Office rooms in the
Smith building. Apply to M. J.
Roess, Ocala, Fla. l-6-12t
FOR RENT OR SALE Two mod modern,
ern, modern, five-room bungalows, attractive attractively
ly attractively built and fitted with all modern
conveniences. Apply to Dr. Chace,
Holder block, or D. S. Welsh, Ocala
Lumber & Supply o. 12-19-lm
MONEY WANTED I want to
borrow $250 on good, improved land
as security. Address "G." care the
Star. 1-9-tf
WANTED A competent colored
boy about 16 years old to do errands
and work around house. Apply to
Marion County Hospital.
FOR RENT A seven room house,
good location on Oklawaha avenue.
Possession will be given on Feb. 1st.
Phone 66. 618 Oklawaha are. 14-12t
FOR SALE 1000 squares corru corrugated
gated corrugated galvanized iron, slightly dam damaged
aged damaged by fire. Ocala Lumber & Sup Supply
ply Supply Company. ,l-16-6t
FOR SALE CHEAP Lots of di dimension
mension dimension lumber damaged by fire.
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. l-16-6t
FOR SALE CHEAP Several hun hun-dren
dren hun-dren squares composition roofing of
different brands, damaged by fire.
Ocala Lumber &. Supply Co. l-16-6t
LOST Lady's gold watch; Elgin
movement; black silk fob with sil silver
ver silver bar pin set with rhinestones.
Lost between Howard Academy and
my home. Suitable reward will be
paid for its return to J. R. Mitchell,
corner Second and Pond Sts. l-16-4t

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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. v

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SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
. Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
AX IDEAL WOMA3TS LAXATIVE
Who wants to take salts, or castor
oil, when there is -nothing better
than Dr. King's Xew Life Pills for
all bowel troubles. They act gently
and .naturally on the stomach and
liver, stimulate and regulate the
bowels and tone up the entire sys system.
tem. system. Price 25 cents. At all drug druggists.
gists. druggists. H. E. Bucklen & Co., Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia or St. Louis. Adr

We'll Bo tffiiie

We reprint herewith an extract
from an opinion rendered by a
famous scientist showing that
beer in light bottles can not

pure

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"Beer bottles should be manufactured, J ;
from reddish-brown glass, inasmucK as :
same will to a much higher degree than
any other kind of glass, minimize the
influence of the rays of light on the qual quality
ity quality of beer, arid will protect the latter
against acquiring the disagreeable taste
(Sonnengeschmack) due to the cheiriical
action of light.
"In white and green glass bottles the beer
is most affected by the action of the
light. Such bottles are, therefore, abso abso-lutely
lutely abso-lutely inappropriate and should never i be
employed by brewers'
(Signed) Prof. Dr. F. Schonfeld.
From the Illustrated Brewery Encyclopedia, p. 99 (Illustriertes Brauerei
Lexikon.) Published by Dr. Max Deibruck, Privy Councillor, Professor at
the Royal Agricultural College and Director of the Institute for Fermentology
at Berlin. Berlin: 1910.
Schlitz is made pure and the
Brown Bottle keeps it pure
from the brewery to your glass.

Tine Beer
The Ocala Lumber & Supply Com Company
pany Company has in transit several carloads
of building material and will there therefore
fore therefore soon be in position to fill orders
for anything in its line promptly. As
its storage capacity is very limited
at present the company will offer
special low prices on material which
may be taken directly from the car
to the job. Phone 223. l-16-6t
SUGAR HA3IMOCK LAXD3
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf

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Telephone 37
The Carmichael & Sons Co.
116 N. Magnolia Street
Ocala, Fla.
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ROYAL ARCH MASOXS
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter Xo. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
1:30 p. m. C. E. Simmons, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
Hear, the Maud Powell records at
our store next to O. K. Teapot Groc Grocery
ery Grocery Co. A. M. Lansford, l-17-7t
Search That Never Ends.
Ignorance may find a truth on its
doorstep that erudition vainly seeks La
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THREE

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.
Sugar-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 ceal Ingres on Savings Accounts

BUY A NEW PATENT WASHER A XI) SOME NEW DESIGN
IRONS AND LESSEN THE WEEKLY BURDEN OF THAT HATED
"WASH DAY."
WASHING IS THE HARDEST WORK A WOMAN CAN DO; SHE
SHOULD HAVE EVERY CONVENIENCE THAT WILL MAKE
IT EASIER AND SAVE HER HEALTH.
COME AND SEE OUR "TOOLS" FOR THE LAUNDRY, WHICH
WILL LIGHTEN THE HARD WORK.

Marion lariware Co,
Phoiie.118, Ocala, Fia.

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EL PERCO is different and better
than all other coffee percolators', be because
cause because the heating element is a part of
the pot. Result, a percolator with
quicker and more complete action, at
much lower cost. Operation is sim simple;
ple; simple; j ut the cold water into the pot,
coffee into the basket, turn on the
crrrent. In less than one minute the
coffee is made without boiling.
There are but two parts to El Per Per-co
co Per-co and the absence of valves, traps,
or floats makes it very easy to keep
clean. Two sizes, 5 and 7 cup, $8
and $9. -Heating element guaranteed
five years.
H W. TUCKER,
Plumbing and Electrical Contractor.

MAUD POWELL

Temple Theater, Wednesday
Evening, Jan. 21.

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MOUD POWELL, WORLD'S GREATEST WOMAN VIOLINIST

ARGUMENT FOR
MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP

rcast, cook pies. The things to 'be
cooked are put in the pans, the cov

ers closed.

(Times-Union)
A few months agoO.lrs. L. C

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linger, 925 .Haskell avenue.

City, Kans.J picked up a pencil and
paper and fcegan to figure. Like ev even'
en' even' other good American hpusewife,
Mrs. Pensnger was trying to figure
down the high cost of living.
It was impossible to cut the groc grocery
ery grocery and ,meat bill. There are five
members of the Pensinger family
and all had to eat. It was impossi impossible
ble impossible to cut the clothing bill. The lit little
tle little Pensingers wero champions at
wearing out clothes. She figured on
one item of expense and another un until
til until she came to heat for cooking.

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Suddenly she announced the an answer.
swer. answer. She was going to save on the
fuel bill. She bought electrical
equipment and did her cooking with
the new style pots and kettles. The
first week she reported she had paid
only 19 cents for electricity.
Mrs. C. W. Green, wife of the may mayor
or mayor of Kansas City, Kan., tried the
same method of cooking. In her
home, 1515 Ruby avenue, she watch watched
ed watched the meter while cooking three full
dinners for three persons. The cyl cylinder
inder cylinder in the meter clicked merrily as
the food was being prepared. When
she had finished cooking she count

ed the revolutions and found the
three dinners had cost her exactly 8
cents.
Mrs. Arthur Armitage, 700 Quin Quin-daro
daro Quin-daro boulevard, Kansas City, Kan.,
made a more detailed experiment.
She baked biscuits with electricity
for 1 cent. She baked six potatoes
for 1 cent. She baked a two-pound
loaf of cornbread and it cost her 1
cent.

Besides the economy in fuel these
three women didn't have to bother

with cutting kindling or shoveling
coal. It was as simple as looking
at the clock. They did not even
have to strike a match, as in light lighting
ing lighting gas. They just turned on a
switch and the current d!d the cook cooking.
ing. cooking. The heat was easy of regula regulation..
tion.. regulation.. Mere current male more heat

and less current made less heat,
j 7 here was no worrying' about the

! drafts or'damp-ers.

Now these three women had

Mends across the river m Kansas
City, Mo. These friends trie! the
snme sti!nt and found it coit them
three and cne-third times as much
to do the same cooking. Electricity
cost them 10 cents a kilowatt, while
m Kansas City, Kan., it costs only 3
cents a kilowatt.
The whole secret is that Kansas
City, Kan., owns its own electric
light plant and Kansas City, Mo.,
does not.
Two official types of electrical
tireless cookers have been tried. One
of these is in the home of Mrs. L. C.
Pensinger, 935 Haskell avenue. This
is a square, stove-like appliance that
stands on short legs. Its outside

the lid shut and then the

for thirty
start the

cooking, and then it is switched off
and the food allowed to stand in the
tightly closed cooker for two hours.

I It that time the food is gently cook-

Pen- j lug from the retained heat.

Kansas

How Ocala -Housekeepers May Have electricity is turned on

Af i t. kt ir -t minutes to heat up and

City Continues to Help

PRIZES OFF RUE I) TO
HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS

B. W. PARTRIDGE, JR. DAVID S. WOODROW
E. L. WITHERS v ?

PARTRTOGE-WOODROW, i

COMPANY

REAL 'ESTATE.
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Auciion loi oaies a specially. S
Huntington, West Va., and Ocala, Florida. ?
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Anywhere Everywhere Any time X

SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS.
Watch this space for particulars of this valuable
body of Marion County's richest lands, which will
soon be offered for sale.

i Rocky Ford, Pure Strain I
j Eden Gem Cantaloupe Seed j

Now Ready for Immediate

Delivery at Reddick.

These seed were grown and person

by me on my own farm at Rocky Ford
Phone, write or telegraph,

S. C.

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ally selected
Colorado.

Reddick, Florida.

SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS j
Partridge-Woodrow Company j
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf f

SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-1 :

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fin the cooker. In the bottom is a
j disc plate that generates the heat,
i Two pans with tight covers fit in,
; cne above the other and a H3 fits so
closely over the whole that it is air air-!
! air-! tight. This cooker costs SI 2.

;-t! It will bake bread, boil, stew,

Winter Park, Fla.T Jan. 19.
To the Principals of the Florida
High Schools: The Florida Audu Audu-ben
ben Audu-ben Society offers the following
piizes.'to be competed for by the pu pupils
pils pupils of the hierh schools of the state:

11 rst prize, $10 in cash.
2. Second prize, a copy of Frank
M. Chapman's "Handbook of Birds
of Eastern North America."

Fssays may be written on any one
of the following themes:
1. The economic value of birds
to farmers and fruit-growers.
2. The plumage birds of Florida,
including personal observations.
3. The native song-birds of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, including personal observations.
4. History and work of Audubon
societies of the United States.
5. Bird and gamo reservations
of the United States; purpose, his history,
tory, history, fauna, results, with personally
drawn maps.
The conditions of the contest are
as follows:
' 1. Only bona fide students of
senior or junior high schools In
Florida may compete.
2. Essays must contain not less
than two thousand nor more than
four thousand words.
3. Essays must be typewritten.
4. Essays must be forwarded
through the principal of the school
in which the writer is a pupil, be before
fore before May 1, 1914, to Dr. W. F. Black-
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man, president of the Florida Audu Audubon
bon Audubon Society and of Rollins College,
Winter Park, Fla.
Information on the subjects men

tioned above may be had by address

ing the following persons:

1. Mr. T. Gilbert Pearson, secre secretary
tary secretary of the National Association of

Audubon Societies, 19 74 Broadway,

Xew York City.

2. Dr. T. 3. Palmer, bureau of

biological survey, Washington, D. C.

3. Mrs. I. Vanderpool, secretary
of the Florida Audubon Society,

Maitland, Florida.

It is hoped that there may be a

large number of competitors for
these prizes.. If not more than three
essays are submitted, the society re reserves
serves reserves the right to withdraw the
offer.

1-16-7 weeks wkly. Wed and Fri dly
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COOL SPELL SUGGESTIONS.

Tobes like these
most up-to-date'

Come wind, come snow, let Boreas blow, with
"your body will glow. We have the largest and

and down-to-the-minute line of laprobes for auto and buggy that

was ever brought 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
tection better than insurance and doctors.

your bodily pro-

ACCURACT

SECURITY

Marion County Abstract Company
ESTABLISHED 18S2.
H GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,

V OCAIiA FLA.
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First consideration and especial atteatlon given to small truces.

I-C-E!

REAL vs. FALSE Economy t This Time.
: Resist the mental suggestion to curtain your l-egular taking of
ice until "the weather turns warm again.1 Your refrigerator is
going nicely now; it Is well chilled and it is doing full duty, as
t your practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a little bit it may sulk on you all tle

remainder of the season.
Maintain your regular supply of OUR ICE all tl rough the season. 1
That is the way to save on your ice bill. &
OCALA ICE &. PACKING CO f

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Between it and
dead air space

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J. E. CHACE
Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, 11. Holder Block
Thone 250

Terms:

OCALA, FLORIDA
Cash.

U F. BLALOCK
ental Surgeon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211

OCALA. FLORIDA

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THE OCA LA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JAUNARV 20. 1914

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS

IL IL Carroll, Geerfvl Manager

J. II. Benjamin, Editor
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Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

PHONE

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
One year, in advance. ..... $5.00
fix months, in advance. ... 2. 5
Three months, in advance.. 1.25
One month, in advance .BO
Up to this morning at 9 o'clock,
184 voters had registered in precinct
No. 1. Democrats, you had better
get busy if you want to vote this
year.
The hard road around Lake Weir
has been completed -to Wgodmar,
.and there only remains about four
miles of road to be build to make
the road continuous from Ocala to
Leesburg.
Carnegie, Schiff, Spreckles and
other great capitalists whose minds
are not obscured by partisan politics
say that good times are ahead and
that Wilson's policies will secure
them. The calamity howlers seem
to be silenced.
"Fletcher is the Friend of Organ Organized
ized Organized Labor," is the caption of a com communication
munication communication to the Bartow Courier Courier-Informant.
Informant. Courier-Informant. Maybe so, but we'll bet
a nickle to a dollar that he wouldn't
recognize a laboring man on the
street except in campaign year.
Zolfo Springs Truth.
Have you, any reason except your
own opinion for supposing Mr.
Fletcher would refuse to recognize a
laboring man on the street in any
j,ear. Tell the truth.
"The Times-Union of Sunday print print-red
red print-red a story interesting to housewives,
showing how great saving in money,
time and worry is made by the use
of electrical apparatus in cooking
and other household tasks. The ex example
ample example is given of one Kansas City
woman who did the cooking and
ironing for a family of five for 19
.-cents a week. Electricity is the hope
cf the future for saving in 'work,
worry, and expense for the house housekeeper,
keeper, housekeeper, and the low rate now in ef effect
fect effect in this city gives Ocala house households
holds households a chance to avail themselves
fully of the great utility. Some of
the story is re-printed on the sixth
page today.
It is very gratifying to learn the
improvement in health lately of Hon.
Claude L'Engle has been most re remarkable
markable remarkable and his complete recovery
Is now assured. Mr. L'Engle deserves
and we have no doubt that he will
receive another term in Congress.
Many friends of his thruout the state
regret that' they are deprived of the
privilege of voting for him, by rea reason
son reason of his candidacy being confined
to his district instead of the state at
large. Jasper News.
There are only two arguments
against Mr. L'Engle's re-election.
One is, he does't suit a certain fac faction;
tion; faction; another is, several smaller and
less brainy men want his seat in
Congress. The Star doesn't think
.either argument will prevail with the
people of his district.
Jacksonville is worried by a street
Treacher, whose sermons consist
mostly of abuse of a sect he disa disagrees
grees disagrees with, and his discussions, such
as they are, caused crowds to gather
on the thoroughfares, to the incon inconvenience
venience inconvenience of those who desire to pass
that way. Mayor Swearingen has is is-ued
ued is-ued a license to the man, and says
lie has a right to preach on the
streets. For once the Star disagrees
with the mayor. It thinks the streets
are intended for the convenience of
people who wish to pass from one
part of the city' to another, and it
doesn't believe any man has a right
to block them by collecting a crowd
any more than by another method.
Street preaching is out of date in a
modern city. If a man wants to
talk let him hire a hall.
Maj.-Gen. Wood says it would be
"'absolute slaughter" to send our
troops to war "without guns or am ammunition"
munition" ammunition" and asks an appropriation
oZ $6,000,000 wherewith to arm
them. What became of previous ap appropriations
propriations appropriations for this purpose is not
stated. Macon Telegraph.
Seems to the Star like as big a pa paper
per paper as the Telegraph should be
aware that the appropriations for
ammunition have been stingy ever
since the close of the Spanish Amer American
ican American war. Also, that the army is
using ammunition all the time in
the Filipine islands and in target

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One year, in advance. ..... $8.00
Six months, in advance.... 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance 80
practice. These hayseed papers must
think the war department puts its
ammunition in cold storage.
SOUTH IN THE SADDLE
A dispatch from Washington says:
"The government of the United
States is dominated by the South to today
day today as firmly as before the war be between
tween between the states. The president is a
Southerner by birth and marriage,
five out of the ten cabinet members
are Southerners, the chief justice of
the supreme court is from the South,
the speaker of the House and Major Majority
ity Majority Leader Underwood, a majority of
the democrats in the-House, the pres president
ident president pro tempore of the Senate, a
majority of the democrats in the
Senate and practically all ot the
committee chairmen of both Senate
and House are Southerners."
Following this, it is pertinent to
add the following from the Columbia
State, referring directly to the great
soldier and teacher, whose birthday
the South honored Monday:
Lee's Justification
The South is this year in position
to consider more seriously than ever
before the debt it owes to thae mem memory
ory memory of Robert Edward Lee, whose
birthday falls on this 19th day of
January.
Lee placed his faith as a wager on
reendered like a gentleman.
He was overpowered in the end,
but numbers nor disaster could make
his spirit capitulate.
After Appomattox there came up upon
on upon him what must have been a sense
cf destiny.
Scorning dollars, which were his
for the asking, he went in poverty to
the presidency of what is now Wash Washington
ington Washington and Lee University, as an ex expression
pression expression of his faith in the ability of
the South to make history of the
odds and ends of its apparently
squandered and dissipated assets.
Lee placed his faith as a wagor on
the character of the South.
Today it is the common expression
that the "South is in the Saddle."
Today, for the first time in years,
there is not and can not be raised a
voice to say that the dominant in influences
fluences influences in government are related to
the impress of the mint or the de department
partment department of engraving.
Today the South is richer than the
whole country when Lee fought his
battles in Northern Virginia.
It is clean money, honestly earned,
faithfully administered.
Comparatively speaking, the South
is still poor, even as it is represented
by the men who are making it so po potent
tent potent in the nation.
What better justification of Lee's
faith than this stalwart triumph of
the pride and simplicity and prin principle
ciple principle without compromise that made
the Confederate armies the keen tool
without which even Lee's genius
would have been impotent?
If with some celestial field glass
"Marse Robert" be looking on the
South today, he will feel satisfied
and compensated for all his pains
and justified in all his expectations.
Emory Speer, whose official record
i now under investigation at Ma Macon,
con, Macon, has had a notable career. He
was born in Athens, Ga., about 1850,
and tho little more than a child,
served in Wheeler's cavalry during
the last year of the war. He was
educated at the University of Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, was admitted to the bar before
he was old enough to vote, and
made a brilliant record from the
start. He had political aspirations,
but the democratic leaders of his
district sat down on him when he
wanted to run for Congress, and ran
the steam roller over him in much
the same fashion that the Taft ma machine
chine machine served Teddy in 1912. Speer
wasn't even as much flattened out
as Teddy, for he ran as an independ independent,
ent, independent, and in the ninth district, which
was largely made up of mountain
counties he defeated the nominee in
187S. The mountain people adored
Speer, and swear by him yet. H
was re-elected over another demo democratic
cratic democratic warhorse in IS SO, but two
years later the democracy went after
him with Allen D. Candler as a
nominee, and put him into the dis discard
card discard as far as elective office was con concerned.
cerned. concerned. The hostility of the demo

crats had compelled Speer to ally

himself with the republicans, and
his endorsement of a negro as post postmaster
master postmaster at Athens turned many of his
old friends against hid. He was ap appointed
pointed appointed a federal judge by President
Arthur in 1SS5. and confirmed by
the Senate in spite of a bitter. fight
made against him by Southern dem- j
oerats, who considered him a rene-1
gade. Speer, however, has made a j
good judge. The justice of his de decisions
cisions decisions and his unfailing tendency to
fce lenient toward the weak and un unfortunate
fortunate unfortunate have given him a national
reputation. He has certainly made
some errors, and it is possible that
age and illness have driven him to
the use of drugs, which may have
warped his judgment j: and caused
him to do some of the things alleged
against him. The proceedings
against him may not result in his
impeachment, but they will certain certainly
ly certainly cause him to retire.;
SENATOR'S EXPLANATION"
IS SATISFACTORY
One of the charges brought against
Senator Fletcher, by ji opponents of
his re-election, is that he was partly
responsible for the deal by which the
Tampa custom house became practi practically
cally practically a sub-station to Jacksonville,
which doesn't do a tithe of the cus customs
toms customs business carried on at Tampa
Senator Fletcher was in Tampa last
week, and while there made a speech
to the people explaining his course
in the matter. The Tribune, which
certainly stand up for Tampa first,
last and all the time, makes the fol following
lowing following comment on the Senator's ex explanation":
planation": explanation": "The statement of the customs re reorganization
organization reorganization procedure, made by
Senator Duncan U. Fletcher in his
address in Tampa Friday night, left
nothing further to be explained on
his part to the people of this city- It
was the purpose of the Senator to
show what the criticism which has
bfen directed against: him in this
matter was unjust and unwarrant
and that he did this may be left to
the candid judgment of any man who
heard him.
"That President Taft made, of his
own motion, the change whicn re
sulted in Tampa's discofiture! and
discredit is the contention of Senator
Fletcher and the logic of the situ situation
ation situation has pointed to this conclusion
from the first. That Senator Fletcher
opposed the reorganization plan in
its entirety, without reference to the
location of the headquarters is also
the testimony of the facts. That the
Senator immdiately set about cor correcting
recting correcting the injustice to Tampa, de despite
spite despite his residence in Jacksonville,
is likewise Indisputable. That he
accomplished the only thing that has
yet been accomplished in this direc direction
tion direction the passage of a postponement
bill in the Senate is a matter of
record. That he is ; still engaged
earnestly in the effort to have the
iniquitous arrangement knocked out
and have Tampa restored to its mer mer-itous
itous mer-itous position, cannot; be doubted.
That he will continue the fight until
the end is gained must: be accredited
to him by all who givehim the ordi ordinary
nary ordinary consideration due to a public
servant and an honest citizen."
SAME SENIOR SENATOR
The Jacksonville Metropolis, now
opposing Senator Fletcher for re reelection,
election, reelection, will please arise and explain
why it printed the following compli complimentary
mentary complimentary article about ; him on Dec.
12, 1912 a little over thirteen
months ago. He is the same senior
Senator. j
Senator D. U. Fletcher
Although one of the youngest
members of the Senate, in point of
service, Florida's senior Senator has
rapidly taken his place among the
really great Southern Senators.
His .utterances are listened to
with attention and are given a mark marked
ed marked consideration by that body which
pays small enough attention to the
speech of any man on the average
subject of importance before it.
Senator Fletcher is primarily a
working member of the Senate. His
position on the various committees
of the Senate is that of activity, not
merely routine attendance, or cas casual
ual casual listener. j
He is active in the participation of
the work devolving upon eight of
the important committees,- as fol follows
lows follows Commerce, Fisheries, Five Civ Civilized
ilized Civilized Tribes of Indians, Pacific Is Islands
lands Islands and Porto Rico, Philippines,
Printing, Privileges and Elections,
and Public Health land National
Quarantine.
Besides his activity! in these, and
Lis general Senate duties, there is
no man in public life who has done
more for the inland waterways,
good roads and Southern commerce
movements than he.
He is popular with his colleagues,
and with the department heads,
from the President down, and at the
recent luncheon given by President
Taft to the Governors, in Washing-

A HELPFUL INTEREST
is taken in the banking transactions cf our depositors, and their success is pro promoted
moted promoted in every way consistent with sound banking procedure.
Checking accounts are cordially invited.
Ttie MmnFoc & GfoamMIss Baiak
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Capital. $50,000.00.

T. T; MUNROE, President.
Z. C. CHAMBLISS, Vice President.

The accounts of
especially invited.
ton, Senator Fletcher was one of the
few who were listed for a speech, but
his words were heard with pleasure
and published in the leading newspa newspapers
pers newspapers of the country.
He is for Florida first, last and all
the time, and can be said to fairly
represent a large majority of his con constituents
stituents constituents in a manner not only satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory to them, but pleasing, far
beyond the usual lot of the public
officer.
Florida expects great things from
him in the new assemblying of the
democratic hosts after March 4, and
we predict that he will be high in
the council and esteem with the
coming administration.
Above all, he is a Southern gentle gentleman,
man, gentleman, and that goes far in this day of
Southern renaissance. Jacksonville
Metropolis, Dec 12, 1912.
JOHNNY' IS TRAINING
TO BE A JUDGE
The Jacksonville Metropolis has
the following regarding a well-
k n o w n traveling salesm an.:
' John W. Mafrtin successfully pass
ed the requisite examination for ad admission
mission admission to thebar' of the supreme
court of Fleridl, according to a tele telegram
gram telegram received mi the city today, and
will, therefore entitled to prac practice
tice practice in all the spate and local courts.
Mr. Martinhas been quietly pur pursuing
suing pursuing his legal studies for some
years, while actively engaged in
other business, and is being congrat
ulated on his success in the matter.
A MOST CREDITABLE COMPANY
The Star takes pleasure in boost boosting
ing boosting any local company that is doing
well and sharing its part of the work
of building up a greater Ocala be
that company promoted by white
men or colored.
One of the very prosperous organ organizations
izations organizations of the city is the Metropoli Metropolitan
tan Metropolitan Realty & Investment Company,
organized by a few of our leading
colored business men three years
ago. The company has done so well

that we publish the report of its re- U. JU. UXIUIYJ.,
fpnt annual mpetine and take. a iustlv

pride, along with its promoters, in I
the success that the company has at attained.
tained. attained. The result will encourage"
other members of the colored race,
not so successful or thrifty as these
men, to invest their savings and ac accumulate
cumulate accumulate more to invest in the really
meritorious enterprises organized
and managed by men of the colored
race.
The promoters of the Metropolitan
Company are doing good work in
the city and these results mean more,
in a broad sense, to the race than the
mere fact of the dollars and cents
that have been made for the stock stockholders.
holders. stockholders. This paper is glad to encourage
them and to wish for them even bet better
ter better results in the future for their
company.
TWELVE PER CENT
DIVIDEND DECLARED
At the Annual Meeting of the Metro Metropolitan
politan Metropolitan Realty & Investment
Company
The 1914 annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Metropolitan
Realty & Investment Company has

been held. Some of the stockholders j Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
from other parts of the state came0' America, meets In Yonge's Hall
to be present at the meeting. Shares -on the second Thursday evening of

held by parties in other states were
represented by proxies.
The meeting was most enthusiast enthusiastic
ic enthusiastic and resulted in the election of the
following as directors for the next
twelve months, namely: George
Giles, F. P. Gadson, Jos. L. Wiley,
! J. S. LaRoche, C. H. Stewart, R. S.
Mitchell, D. W. Goodwin. These men
have managed to the entire satisfac-
j tion of the stockholders the realty
j company's interests and were unani unani-j
j unani-j raously re-elected. A surplus was eet
j aside and a dividend of 12 per cent
was declared. In the last three years
the stockholders have received near near-I
I near-I ly half of the original cost of their
'shares in premiums and now find
their shares to have doubled in
value. This is a splendid record.
! The company has Improved much

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that the prices are not extravagant.

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county to get suggestions for wedding presents.

We have made a study of

easiness iv now woai is suuaoic xor various gut occasions.

Choose Your Gifts Here

Our stock is varied and so are
every pocket book- is sure
many inexpensive but
besides silverware which
This a jewelry store
you are looking for at
Everything in our
nothing- eut real,
jpica wiiu
Drop in and
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TWENTY-ONE-MEAL TICKETS, $5.25.
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The Management ot 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 Troxler's stands.
Larger quarters, more fully equipped and will be run
strictly ethical lines.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333.

of its holdings by building new
houses and repairing. It recently
i sold to the Metropolitan Savings
Bank of Ocala a three-story brick
building in which the bank is now
doing business.- The enterprise of
this company is noteworthy and com-
! mendable.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. "J. OF A.
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
WANTED Three or four rooms
for light housekeeping. Apply to X,
Star office
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SUGAR 1LAM3IOCK LANDS
Part ridge- Woodrotv Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
Hear the Maud Powell records at
our store next to O. K. Teapot Groc Grocery
ery Grocery Co. A. M. LansfoTd, l-17-7t
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
3Ierchants Block, Ocala 1-13-tf

and Profits, $35,000,00.

M. THOMAS, Vice President.
E. GERlG, Cashier
and Sumter Counties are
sterling silver.
qualitywhich
tne chasteness
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this "gift question." It is our Xf
the prices. Every taste and
to be suited. We have
dainty little novelties here
will make excellent gifts.
where you can ret Just what
toe pnee you want to pay.
fine line of silverware.
tangible vclues, f ?",,
pionikie styles.
lej tx assist you
your wecctRjr
as prov ta
bere is a
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C. L. Station.
ITrOprieHOr.
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OCALA LODGE NO. 280, tt. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge, No. 286, Benovelent
and Protective Order of Elks, me sU
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. jVisiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
SUGAR ILAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Mercliant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
OPEN ALL NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe is a first clajsa
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 2-28-tf
SUGAR IL1MMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents6
Merchant's BIoclc, Ocala 1-13-tf
OPEN DAT AND 5IGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
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In order to reduce our large stock of Winter Millinery, we will,
until the above date, sell at greatly reduced prices, our entire
line. Every item in the store is of the latest design; no old stock.
Such a reduction in prices at thi3 season has never been attempt attempted
ed attempted in Ocala before. Call and eee for yourself.

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NE'ER-DO-WELL

A Romance of I the Panama Canal

BY

REX BEACH

COPYRIGHT 1910. 1911, BY HARPER & BROTHERS

was prejudiced against a certain Adel Adel-bert
bert Adel-bert Iliffgins. who. of course, was his
son's boon companion, admirer, aid and
abettor. This young gentleman was a
lean, horse faced senior, whose un unbroken
broken unbroken solemnity of manner had more
than once led strangers to mistake
him for a divinity student though

OUR BANK is not merely a place to store your
9 funds and check them out as you require them.
: It is a very highly organized and efficient medium
I for the collection of drafts, notes and other "paper.
The records of the bank also contain much information
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that yon can use to advantage.
Don't hesitate to use all the facilities of our
; bank. We have provided them for your service, and

we are always glad when you avail yourself of them.

THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
An Active United States Depositary.

Both are worth reading about:
Of course the other characters
help along the yarn. If you have

paid any sort of attention to the

story of the digging oj tne oig

ditch" you will recognize some

of them.

CHAPTER I.
The Trail Divides.
T wat a crisp November night,
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TRANSFER AND FIItEPKOOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.

Teams for Light
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Packing and
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Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
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reservations and information1, call on
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Hear the Maud PowelK records at
our store next to O. K. Teapot Groc Grocery
ery Grocery Co. A. M. Lansford, l-17-7t

SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodroiv Compiiny
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala

Fresh bread, cakes and pies every
day; delivered to any part of the
city. Heint' Bakery. 12-31-tf

PROLOGUE.
Panama as the home of the

great canal we all know about,

and now here's the zone as the

scene of ara tling good romance.

It's bv Rex Beach, who jumps closer acquaintance proved him wnoliy

rom Alaska to the tropics to th,Q avontn n

tell about a young American and I after tQe ..cripples had desertei and

ft is friends and foes in tne zone. the supper party had dwindled to per-

The hero of this tale is the sort j baps a half dozen, proposed to make a

of fellow you like to read about j uteht of it. beginning with a visit to
i t i. rz- 04 i the Austrian Village. The college men

,7, I selected a table and, shouldering the
into all kinds of scrapes and the t without ceremony.

nerve and courage and wit to get j Seated themselves and pounded for a
himself out of them. And the waiter.

heroine there are two of her. radden. the proprietor, came toward
One's an American, and the a Q afte greeting Anthony and
, Higgins by a shake of his left hand,
others a member of a proud, j ducM hU round Rray head in ac
haughty family of the upper na- j knowledgment of an introduction to
five classes of the canal zone, j the others.

"Glad you dropped in." Mr. Padden

assured them. "Anything you boys
want and can't get let me know."
When he had gone Higgins averred:
"There's a fine man peaceful, refined
got a lovely character too. Let's be
gentlemen while we're in his place."
Uingold rose. "I'm going to dance,
fellows," he announced, and his com com-auious
auious com-auious followed him. with the excep exception
tion exception of the cadaverous Higgins, who
maintained that dancing was a pas
time for the frivolous and weak.

When they returned to their table

they found a stranger was seated with
him. who rose as niggins made him
known.

"Boys, meet my old friend, Mr. Jef

ferson Locke of St. Louis. He's all
right."

The college men treated this new re recruit
cruit recruit with a hilarious cordiality, to
which he responded with the air of

one quite accustomed to such reunions.

"I was at the game this afternoon,'

he explained when the greetings were

over, "and recognized you chaps when

you came in. I'm a football fan my
self. I just got into town this morn

ing,. and I'm sailing tomorrow. 1

couldn't catch a boat today, so I'm
having a little blowout on my own

account. When 1 recognized you all

I just butted in. New York is a lone lonesome
some lonesome place for a stranger. Hope you

don't mind my joining you."
"Not at all!" he was assured.

When he came to pay the waiter he
displayed a roll of yellow backed bills

that caused Anthony to caution him

Locke only laughed. "There's more

where this came from. However, that's

one reason I'd like to stick around

with you fellows. I have an Idea I've
been followed, and 1 don't care to be

tapped on the head. If you will let

me trail along I'll foot the bills. That's

a fair proposition."

"Oh, come now," Anthony struck in

"You're more than welcome to stay

with us if you like, but we can't let

you put up for it.

The stranger, despite his avowedly

festive' spirit, showed a certain reserve.

When the music again struck up he

declined to dance, preferring to remain

with Higgins in their inconspicuous
corner.
"There's a tine fellow." the latter re remarked,
marked, remarked, following his best friend's fig figure
ure figure with his eyes, when he and Locke
were once more alone. "Sweet na nature."
ture." nature." "Anthony? Yes. he looks it"
"He's got just two faults. I always
say he's too modest by far. and he's
lazy won't work."
"He doesn't have to work. His old
man has plenty pf coin, hasn't he?"
"Yes, and he'll keep It too. Heart Heartless
less Heartless old wretch!"
The dancers came crowding up to
the table at the moment and Ringold
guggested loudly: "I'm hungry. Let's
eat again."
"I just fixed it with Padden for a
private room upstairs," Anthony said.
"All the cafes are closed now, and
this is the best place in town for chick chicken
en chicken Creole anyhow."
Accordingly he led the way. and the
rest filed out after him. But as they
left the ballroom a medium sized man
who had recently entered from the
street caught a glimpse of them, cran
ed his neck for a better view, then
idled along behind.
Anthony played the" part of host
more lavishly. Mr. Locke, however, in
sisted that his friends should partake
of a kind of drink previously unheard
of and with this in view had a confi confidential
dential confidential chat with the waiter, to whom
he unostentatiously handed a five dol dollar
lar dollar retainer.
The meal was at Its noisiest when
the man whom Locke had so gener generously
ously generously tlppHl spoke to him quietly. His

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the city's canyons came an incessant
clanging roar.
In the lobby of one of the playhouses
a woman paused to adjust her wraps,
and. hearing the cries of the newsboys,
petulantly exclaimed:
. "I'm absolutely sick of football.
That performance during the third act
was enough to disgust one."

Her escort smiled. "Oh, you take It
too seriously." he said. "Those boys
don't mean anything. That was mere merely
ly merely youth irrepressible youth on a
tear."
The doors belched forth the football
players and their friends. Out they
came, tumbling, pushing, jostling,
greeting scowls and smiles with grins
of insolent good humor. The twenty
athletes dodged in through the re revolving
volving revolving doors of a cafe. leaving Broad Broadway
way Broadway rocking with the tumult All the
city was football 'mad. it seemed, for
no sooner had the newcomers enter entered
ed entered the restaurant than the diners rose

to wave napkins or to cheer. One said
to his companions:
"That is Anthony the big chap.
He's Darwin K. Anthony's son. You've
heard about the Anthony bill at Al Albany?"
bany?" Albany?" "Yes, and I saw this fellow play
football four years ago. Say! That
was a game."
"He's a worthless sort of chap, isn't
he?" remarked one of the women,
when the squad had disappeared up
the stairs.
"Just a rich man's son. that's all.
He's twenty-six."
"Didn't I read that he had been sent
to jail recently?"
"No doubt. He was given thirty
days."
"What in prison?" questioned an another
other another in a shocked voice.
"Only for speeding. It was his third
offense, and his father let him take his
medicine."
Up in the banquet hall, however, it
was evident that Kirk Anthony was
more highly esteemed by his mates
than by the public at large. He was
their hero, in fact, and in a way he de deserved
served deserved It For three, years before his
graduation he had been the heart and
sinew of the university team, and for
the four years following he had coach coached
ed coached them, preferring the life of an
sthletic trainer to the career his father
had offered him. And he had done his
chosen work well, his team winning
the day's game against great odds.

It had been a tremendous spectacle,
and when the final whistle blew for
the multitude to come roariug down
across the Geld, the cohorts had paid
homage to Kirk Anthony, the. coach
to whom they knew the honor belonged.

Naturally, the newspapers gave the
young man's story as well as a history
of the game. They told of his es estrangement
trangement estrangement from his father, of the
Anthony anti-football bill which the
old man In his rage had driven through
the legislature and up to the governor
himself. Some of them even printed a
rehash of the railroad man's famous
magazine attack on the modern col college.
lege. college. The fact was that Kirk's associates
were of a sort to worry any observant
parent. In particular Anthony senior

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THE OCA LA EVENING STAR. TUESDAY, JA UNARY 20, 1914
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(If you hare any Items for this
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Reception for Mrs. Park and Mrs.

Johnson
The home of Senator and Mrs. E.
L. Carney on Oklawaha avenue was
open wide this afternoon when Mrs.
Carney received nearly an hundred
and fifty of her friends in honor of
her two house guests, Mrs. J. T. Park
and Mrs. Joe B. Johnson of Tampa,
and Mrs. Joseph Xeuhan of Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore and Mrs. V. I. Bloom of At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, guests of Mrs. Leon Fishel.
Between the hours of three and
five o'clock the rooms opened en
suite were thronged with handsome handsomely
ly handsomely gowned ladies, many of whom as assisted
sisted assisted the hostess in entertaining.
The entire lower floor was dec decorated
orated decorated with striking beauty. The
rooms which have been recently re-
papered and rearranged, presented a
pleasing picture, made so by the ar
tistic placing of quantities of aspa
agus fern, southern smilax, cherr
blossoms and cut roses, illuminate
by dozens of pink candles and the
lights of the house. The mantles
were banked with rpses, candles and
fern, pink and white being the color
note in the parlor and Marechal Neil
roses were the flowers used exclus
ively in the library.
hall were Mrs. C. R. Tydings, Mrs.
William Hocker and Mrs. R. S. Hall,
and Mrs. G. S. Scoti met them at the
parlor door and introduced them to
the receiving line, including besides
the hostess and guests of honor, Mrs.
M. Fishel, Mrs. Leon Fishel, Mrs.
Edward Holder and friend, Mrs.
Haerr of Philadelphia.
Mrs. Carney wore yellow brocaded
.crepe de chene with cut velvet chif chiffon,
fon, chiffon, real lace and pink and blue pearl
'trimmings. Mrs. Park's handsome
gown was of pearl gray crepe de
chene with an over-dress of cut vel velvet
vet velvet chiffon of, the same shade with
trimmings of rhinestones and pearls.
Her flowers were Palma violets. Mrs.
Johnson wore canary colored velvet
chiffon elaborately embroidered with
iridescent jewels and carried an arm
bouquet of Marechal Xeil roses and
fern. All three costumes were made
en traine. The beautiful gown of
Mrs. Xeuhan was fashioned of gray
crepe meteor with trimmings of cut
steel and gray lace. Additional color
was added by the Wearing of a purple
flower. Dark blue flowered chiffon,
wnue lace ana raima vioiets maae
the pretty creation worn by Mrs.
Bloom. The other ladies receiving
also wore elaborate afternoon toilets.
Mrs. Jack Camp and. Mrs. T. S.
Kyle received at the door -entering
into the library and in the library
three recent) brides, Mrs. C. B. Ayer,
Mrs. J. B. Horrell and Mrs. Frederick
Hocker were introduced by Mrs. J.
H. Taylor. Assisting in entertaining
in this room were Mrs. W. V. New New-som,
som, New-som, Mrs. Marcus Frank, Mrs. Fred
Weihe, Mrs. Carl Schneider, Mrs. J.
D. Robertson, Mrs. S. R. Pyles and
Mrs. R. C. Muncaster.
Mrs. R. G. Blake and Mrs. W. T.
Jary asked the guests into the din dining
ing dining room, where at a round -table
covered with a Cluny lace cloth cen centered
tered centered with a pretty arrangement of
pink geraniums, narcissi and fern,
Mrs. R. A.. Burford and Mrs. D. E.
Mclver poured coffee for the first
hour, followed by Mrs. E. M. Howard
and Mrs. G. T. Maughs. A delicious
ice course, consisting of cherry, ice
cream and cake was passed with the
coffee by Misses Ophelia Sawtell,
Clara Johnson, Mary Burford, Min Minnie
nie Minnie Stovall, Ellen Clarkson and Bes Bessie
sie Bessie MacKay.
In the rear hall the following at attractive
tractive attractive visiting girls were introduc introduced,
ed, introduced, by Mrs. H. M. Hampton: Misses
Ethel Harrell of Roanoke, Va.;
Daisy Keidell of Baltimore; Lula
Robertson of Elizabethtown, Ky.;
Geneva Stovall of Mayfield, Ky., and
Oca'a Seed Store
is headquarters for Poul Poultry
try Poultry Foods vxud Stock and
Poultry Powders. We keep
on hand all tho time:
Reef Sr-ap,
Blood Meai,
Mica Grit,
Cracked Rone,
Charcoal,
Scratch Food,
Wheat,
COXKEVS Poultry and
Stock Foods and Rem Remedies;
edies; Remedies; a full line.
A large assortment of
Flower Pots.

department call phone 106)
Lola MeClure of Shelbyville, Ky. In

one cove of the hall refreshing;
grapefruit punch was served by Mrs.!
E. G. Peek the first hour and by Mrs.
M. J. Roess and Mrs. Flora Morrison
the second hour. Inviting the guests
to the punch bowl was Mrs. E. H.
Mote of Leesburg.
Miss Annie Laurie Perry rendered
many attractive piano selections,
playing all during tlie receiving
hours. Mrs. Carney always enter enter-tsins
tsins enter-tsins charmingly and her beautiful
reception today was one of the love loveliest
liest loveliest of the winter season.
4m
Methodist Sewing Circle
The Methodist sewing circle will
hold its first meeting of the new year
Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
residence of Mrs. Walter Hood.
Dr. and Mrs. p. M. Moody arriv arrived
ed arrived from Lake Cify yfesterday in their
car for a visit tcr 3frs. Moody's par-
IrIdMrs.JR: F. Rogers
They plan to spend a day or so in
Ocala and then resume their journey
to South Florida with Fort Ogden as
their objective point.
The many friends of Mrs. Weller
Carmichael, who has been seriously
ill, will be glad to know that she ia
better today.
Miss Carol Dean of Gainesville, is
the guest of Miss Annie Lou Padgett.
She came to be present at the large
reception given Friday afternoon by
Miss Padgett and Mrs. Russell
Bridges for Miss Edith Dunson,
whose marriage to William Baynard
Wilhngham, Jr., will take place;
Thursday evening at the Second
Baptist church. Atlanta American.
Miss Dean' has been an admired
visitor to Ocala.
Mrs. J. f. Tarver will leave for Sa
vannah Friday to spend several
weeks with relatives.
Mrs. J. H. Hall has as her gues
Mrs. S. P. Hollinrake of Ocala.
Tampa Tribune.
fx Miss Jeffer'son Bf?1I has Deen tpeiu
ing some of her friends with nice
little bottles of the excellent pepper
sauce that she is jamaster hand at
making. Heinz can't make anything
better, than this Ocala' product.
Mrs. W. D. Graham is visiting Mr.
John M. Graham and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Xeuhan, who
are guests of their daughter, Mrs.
Leon Fishel, leave Thursday for
Jacksonville, St. Augustine and other
points on the east coast, including
Miami. Mrs. Neuhan will return to
Ocala and Mr. Xeuhan will go on to
Baltimore, their home.
Mr. W. I. Bloom of Atlanta was a
week end visitor spending Sunday
with his wife and daughter at the
home of Mrs. Bloom's sister, Mrs.
Leon Fishel. ."
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An announcement that is being
received with cordial interest thru thru-out
out thru-out Florida is the approaching mar marriage
riage marriage of Miss Edith Lysle Broward,
daughter of the late ex-Gov. Brow Broward
ard Broward and Mrs. Broward of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, to Mr. Lucius A. Hardee, also
of Jacksonville. The wedding, will
be solemnized at the home of the
bride's mother, Feb. 18th.
M a
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Goodwin will
come up from the lake tomorrow to
be over-night, guests of Mr. and Mrs.
D. E. Mclver. They will be number numbered
ed numbered among the many out of town
guests seeing Maud Powell at the
Temple theater.
The reading club spent this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon very pleasantly with Mrs.
Emily Green.
.
Miss Hilda Wall of Wilmington,
X, C, is the guest of her cousin,
Mr. B. D. Blackburn and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp have
as their guests Mr. and Mrs. E. F.
Fitch and little Sallie Camp Fitch of
Chicago, and Mrs. Ida Fuller Ben Bennett.
nett. Bennett. Mrs. Fitch and Mrs. Bennett
were formerly Misses Sailie and Leta
Camp and their visits to their old
home are always anticipated by their
large circle of friends.
Dr. and Mrs. Haerr are guests at
the Harrington for a fortnight, ar arriving
riving arriving yesterday from Philadelphia.
Mrs. J. B. Horrell of Morriston is
the guest of her sister. Mrs. R. S.
Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Hocker
will arrive In St. Petersburg tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning to spend a few days

with Mrs. Hocker's I parents, Dr. and
Mrs. J. C. Montgomery, who went to
the Sunshine City last week from
their home at Elizabethtown, Ky.,
for a stay of several weeks.
Mis Palmer's Visit Iostioned
i
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, agent for the
Marion County Canriing Club, receiv received
ed received a wire 3-esterdav afternoon from
Miss Agnes Harris of Tallahassee,
stating that another engagement
made it impossible for Miss Palmer
to keep her appointment in this city
next Thursday. Miss Palmer will be
in Ocala Monday, Fb. 2, and under
the auspices of the tanning club will
lecture and demonstrate at the
Woman's Club on preserves, marm-

alades, jellies and a
from citrus fruits.
I other products
The interested
public is cordially invited to attend
the demonstration.
To Entertain for Visitors
A lovely affair of jthe week will be
given Thursday afternoon by Mrs. G.
S. Scott and Mrs. John Taylor, when
they will entertain at cards, honor honoring
ing honoring Mrs. J. T. Park janti Mrs. Joe B.
Johnson of Tampa, i
? Informal Dinner Parties
Among the Interesting small social
affairs of the past few days were
three dinner parties arranged for
Mr. and Mrs. W. I.j Bloom of At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, who are guesti of their daugh daughter
ter daughter and sister, Mrs. Leon Fishel.
The first of the Series was given
Sunday when Mr. ahd Mrs. Charles
Rheinauer entertained their nephew
and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Fishel,
Mr. and Mrs. Xeuhan and Mr. and
Mrs. Bloom. j
Monday at 1 o'clock, Capt. and
Mrs. S, R. Pyles, at their country
home "Glenhurst," entertained at an
elaborate six-course dinner. Covers
were laid for Mr. arid Mrs. Xeuhan,
Mrs. Bloom, Mrs. Leon Fishel, Mr.
and llrs. M. Fishel, j Miss Pyles and
Miss Ophelia Sawtell. The last of
the series was given by Mr. and Mrs.
M Fishel last evening, who enter entertained
tained entertained at a course dinner followed by
a motion pictur
Miss Marion Lewis after a pleasant
visit in the home of her sister, Mrsj
George MacKay left Saturday for
Jacksonville, where she will practice
her profession,! that' of a trained
IU1 SC.
The W. C. T. U. will give a silver
tea at the Methodist parsonage Fri Friday
day Friday afternoon, from 3 until 5 o'clock.
A fine program will be rendered in
connection with the tea. The public
is cordially invite dto attend.
m
Mrs. A. C. Hamrick and Mrs. J. H.
Xelson and daughter Rita, who have
been visiting Mrs. B. X. Looney, re returned
turned returned to Jacksonville Sunday. Mrs.
Hamrick, sister of Mrs. Looney, ,will
shortly join her husband in Texas,
where they will in the future make
their home.
Mrs. Julia Haisley has returned
from a visit in Gainesville with rel relatives
atives relatives and is now at the home of
Mrs. William -Anderson, -....where she
has taken rooms for the winter;
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Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Blalock have a
bouncing baby boy at 'their home.
The handsome young fellow arrived
this morning at 3 o'clock and re received
ceived received a warm welcome from his
parents, his grandmother, Mrs. J. W. W.Richardson,
Richardson, W.Richardson, and brother Master
Frederick Blalock, Jr.
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The remains of Mr. W. E. Allen
were laid to rest at Mcintosh this af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. Mr. Allen had been one of
the leading merchants and orange
growers of his section for almost
thirty years, and grief at his death
was deep and wide spread. Our Mc Mcintosh
intosh Mcintosh correspondent writes:
As the sun sank below the horizon
Sunday evening, death took from us
one of th,e most liked men of this
section Mr. W. E. Allen. For the
past week he had been confined to
his room and for a month previous
had only been able to be at the
store for short intervals. He wras

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The annual meeting of the Lake
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uary January 27th, 1914.
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A MODERN. GENIUS
Who that knows anything about
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ell? Powell? that marvelous artist our
' greatest American violinist. What a
world of genius emanates from her
soul. Steadily the years have mel mellowed,
lowed, mellowed, ripened, broadened the art of
this remarkably gifted player. Long
ago she became recognized as the
greatest among women violinists. To Today
day Today what critic will venture to rank
any man above her? Whether she
plays the masterpieces 'of the seven seventeenth
teenth seventeenth century or the more exacting
works of the modern masters, Mad Madame
ame Madame Powell is ever the genuine artist
ed by the virility of a man and all
of the tender and. delicate feeling
and sentiment of a woman, making
her place unique among the great
virtuosi of the world. Miss Marguer Marguerite
ite Marguerite Porter, chairman of the music
committee, has been instrumental in
I The concert will be under the au
spices of the Woman's Club Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening, January 21, at the Tem Temple
ple Temple theater.
WEATHER FORECAST
Generally fair tonight and Wed Wednesday;
nesday; Wednesday; somewhat colder Wednesday
northwest portion.
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We are prepared to deliver freight
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State Manager H. H. Richardson,
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Mrs. R. B. Starbuck will teach the
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Under the new primary law, every man in
Marion County, if he is to vote in any of the
elections, must go in person to the registration
officer and register.
Though you have been registered and vot voting
ing voting for 20 years, you must register again in the
new books. Mr. D. M. Barco, the registration
officer, will be in his office in the court house,
every day from Monday noon to Saturday noon
of each week from now till

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to register you. Do not put the matter off.
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NOTICE OF BANKRUPT
AUCTION SALE
The undersigned, J. M. Thomas,
as trustee in bankruptcy of the -es-i
tates of E. P. Rentz and E. P. Rentz
& Sons, hereby gives notice t that
pursuant to an order made on the
14th day of January, 1914, by the
Hen. Chas. S. Adams, referee in
bankruptcy, in the matter of E. P.
Rentz & Sons, bankrupts, pending in
the United States District Court for
the Southern District of Florida, he
will on
Thursday, January 29th, 1014
at 10 o'clock a. m., .at the sales sta stables
bles stables of II. J. Nichols, on Broadway
street, in the city of Ocala, Marion
county, Florida, offer for sale and
sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash, the following described
property, to-wit: Four mule3, two
double turpentine wagons, two bug buggies
gies buggies and harness for the above, or so
much thereof as may remain unsold
at that time. Said property may be
Inspected at Silver Springs, and may
I e purchased at private sale from the
undersigned, all sales hereunder to
subject to confirmation of, the
court. J. M. THOMAS,
; Trustee in Bankruptcy of E. P.
Rentz and E. P. Rentz & Sons,
Bankrupts. 1-1 7-1 Ot dly
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each moith at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Carn, W. M,
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
That Tired Feeling.
Infinnv fverv tired) Auntie, mw
eyelids won't stay up any longer."
SUGAR IHMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-WoodroW Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf

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t Selling Agents
t Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf j
WONDERFUL COUGH REMEDY
Dr. King's New Discovery is known
everywhere as a remedy which will
surely stop a cough or cold. D. P.
Lawson, of Edison, Tenn., whites:
"Dr. King's New Discovery is the
most wonderful. cough, cold and
throat medicine I have ever sold in
my store. It can't be beat. It sells
without any trouble at all. It needs
no guarantee.',' This is true, because
Dr. .King's New Discovery will re relieve
lieve relieve the most obstinate of coughs
and colds. Lung trouble quickly
helped by its use. You should keep
a bottle in the house at all Jtimes for
all members of the family. 50c. and
$1. AH'druggists or by mail, H. E.
Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or St,
Louis. Adv
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
Moose meet Thursday evening.
CONCERNING CLEAN LIVING
3Iodern Sanitation is a Growing
Good.
No man or woman can perform
full duty to themp.'ves or to others'
unless they keep taemselves clean
within.
An upset liver oi sluggish kidneys
will spoil your work and worth.
Regularly "take Carswell's Liver Liver-Aid
Aid Liver-Aid and you will be a new being in
this climate for it will cleanse your
system as soap will cleanse your
hands.
Carswell's ; Liver-Aid takes the
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cepting excepting in the after effects.
It gently acts right now on the
lier and kidneys and eliminates the
poisons and accumulations.
Results internal cleanliness and
by means of a pure vegetable com compound.
pound. compound. No danger, no discomfort.
On sale at The Court Pharmacy
in 50 cent bottles. Purchase price
refunded in full if you wish it. But
you wont, when you try this scien scientific
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LAKE WEIR W. C. T. U.
Thursday afternoon, January 15th
thet Lake Weir W. C. T. U. held its
regular meeting.
. The opening song, "How I Wish
he Knew My Jesus," was followed
by reading of the 98tK Psalm and
prayer by Prof. McCoak.
In answer to roll call each mem member
ber member told why they wear their white
ribbons.
Mrs. Sigmon, superintendent of
Christain Citizenship, took charge of
the meeting. Her subject was "Sa
loon EVil Causes Poverty. A piece
on the "Saloon Evil" was read by
Mrs. Rast; "Save the Children" by
Mrs. Snook, "The CommonPeril" by
Mrs. Buckley, "The Saloon Causes
Poverty," by Mrs. Reed.
Prof. McCook gave an' interesting
talk which was followed by distribut distributing
ing distributing state reports and literature.
The Union voted to hold patriotic
exercises at the Weirsdale school,
on February 20th.
Thursday night, January 18th,
Prof. McCook gave a lecture at the
Presbyterian church under the aus auspices
pices auspices of the Lake Weir Union. Ser Services
vices Services were opened by prayer by Rev,
Logan. Song, "Onward Christian
Soldiers."
The speaker was introduced by
Mr. Logan. Mr. McCook opened his
lecture with an original song "They
are Calling for Me Over There."
He chose for his subject "The Need
of the Age," and held the large audi audience
ence audience in rapt attention for nearly two
hours. At the close of his address a
generous collection was taken up by
the W. C. T. U. ladies, while the
professor sang, "Somebody's Soul."
The meeting closed with the song
"All Hail the Power of Jesus Nar y"
by the congregation.
Minnie D. Albertson,
Press Srut.
The Lazy Man's Garden.
It may be said that shrubbery is
the lazy man's garden. Once planted
about your home in cool spring weath
er, it stands its own sturdy ground,
calling neither for hoe nor backache.
It defies frost and blossoms perennial
ly, independent of your watchful care.

Ill RIVER ITEMS

Continued from First Page)
she can steam up against the low low-river,
river, low-river, and she steams down stream
the same day.
The freighter Sharpshooter arriv arrives
es arrives Tuesday from the Oklawaha river.
In port are the Isabel, the Luna,
the Oregonian II, Oregonian III at
Connor, and the Oregoinian on the
Canal.
Where some of the vessels are lo located
cated located on the river chart today:
The daylight vessel City of Ocala,
Captain Frank E. "Mathews, with pas passengers
sengers passengers from Palatka to Silver
Springs.
The' Hart Line steamer Okeehum Okeehum-kee,
kee, Okeehum-kee, Captain Pindergrasse,- with
passengers from Palatka to Silver
Springs.
The Mills Steamboat Line, the
Sharpshooter, Captain E. L. Mills,,
freight packet from Grahamville to
Silver Springs. V-
The City of Ocala arrives at this
station Monday in the late evening,
and she propells out of the Blue
Roads for Palatka Tuesday at 8
a. m.
The big Oklawaha river dredge at
Tiger Den, the Little Oklawaha
house boat at the river's mouth.
A. A. G.
FIRE AT WILDWOOD
Two Stores Burned in the Enterpris Enterprising
ing Enterprising Sumter County Town
f
A special to the Times-Union from
Wild wood says:
At about 4:30 o'clock this morn morning
ing morning an alarm of fire was given and
was found to be in the drug store of
Fleece & Gray, near the depot. The
fire had gained such headway that it
was impossible to save this building.
The next building that took fire was
Padgett & Huey's grocery store.
Only these two buildings were burn burned.
ed. burned. These buildings were owned by
W. D. Gamble & Bro. Loss, about"
$10,000 with partial insurance.
HOW'S THIS?
We offer One Hundred dollars re reward
ward reward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure F. J Cheney & Co.
Toledo, Ohio.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and fin financially
ancially financially able to carry out any obliga obligations
tions obligations made by his firm.
' National Bank of Commerce,
" Toledo, Ohio.
, Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter internally,
nally, internally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cts.
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con-J
s'.Lpation. Adv
SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE
Southbound
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 p. m.; arrives Ocala, 1:40 a
m.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited leaves Jacksonville
ll:t0 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p.
m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
Northbound
No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives
acksonville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 local leaves Tampa 8 a. m.;
arrives Ocala, 12:01 a. m.; leaves
Ocala 12: 16 -p. m.; arrives Jackson
ville 4:20 p. m.
No. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p.
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.
' SAVES DAUGHTER
AoMce of Mother no Doubt Pre
vents Daughter's Untimely End.
PmiIv Vv I was not able to do
anything for nearly six months," writes
Airs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and
a r ll-
was down in Dea ior inree monins.
mint tell vnu how I suffered with
my head, and with nervousness and
womanly troubles.
Our family doctor told my husband he
could not do me any good, and he had
to give it up. We tried another doctor,
but he did not help me.
At last, my mother advised me to take
Cardui, the woman's tonic. 1 thought
it was no use for I was nearly dead and
nothing seemed to do me any good. But
I took eleven bottles, and now I am able
to do all of my work and my own
washing.
I fViinir Parni ic thf hest medicine in
the world. My weight has increased,
and I look the picture of health.
If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui
today. Delay is dangerous. We know
it will help you. for it has helped so
many thousands of other weak women
in the past 50 years.
At all druggists.
Wriit tot Ctiattanooga Medicine Co- Ladies
AdTisory Dett. Ch&a&nooga. Term., for SgcuU
Instructions on your case and 64 pae book. Horr.
Treatment for Women." in plain wrapper. .C 1 3

BLOODY PISTOL BATTLE

In the Oklahoma State Penitentiary
Resulted in' Loss of Seven
Lives
McAlester, Okla., Jan. 20. -Seven
persons were killed and one injured
during a pistol battle at the state
penitentiary here late yesterday
when three prisoners with revolvers
made a dash for liberty.
The Dead
John R. Thomas, Muskogee, form formerly
erly formerly U. S. district judge.
H. H. Drover, superintendent Ber Ber-t'.Ilon
t'.Ilon Ber-t'.Ilon department.
Patrick Oaks, assistant deputy
warden.
F. C. Godfrey, guard.
China Red, under sentence of two
years for larceny.
Tom Lane, Pauls Valley, under
five years sentence for forgery.
Charles Koontz, Comanche coun county,
ty, county, serving forty-year sentence for
manslaughter.
Wounded
John Martin, turnkey, shot thru
cheek.
. C. L. Woods, shot thru arm.
Martin Foster, telephone operator,
shot thru leg.
The men armed with two revolvers
which had been smuggled into the
penitentiary, broke from the ranks
while the prisoners were being
marched thru the courtyard. As they
ran thru the office they fired several
shots at random, one of the bullets
striking Miss Foster. ;
Fire on Judge Thomas
Next they encountered Judge
Thomas, a visitor to the penitentiary,
in the corridor, and both of the men
carrying pistols opened fire, several
of the bullets striking the attorney I
and inflicting mortal wounds.
Oaks and Drover intercepted the
men as they left the corridor and
were shot to death, the prisoners un un-wounded,
wounded, un-wounded, continuing their flight. By
this time half a 'dozen guards were
in pursuit, and in a running battle
Godfrey and the three men were
killed.
None of the other prisoners at attempted
tempted attempted to escape. ;
DREADFUL DEED OF
A DAUGHTER
Helped Kill Her Mother in Order to
Marry Her Stepfather
Galesburg, '111., Jan. 20. Robert
Higgins has confessed that he mur murdered
dered murdered his wife at Hanson, 111., Jan.
12, so that he would be free to mar marry
ry marry his step-daughter, Julia Flake,
fifteen years of age.
Higgins was arrested after the
girl told State's Attorney John M.
Wilson of Mercer county, of her in infatuation
fatuation infatuation for Higgins, and that she
importuned him to dispose of her
mother who, she said, was the only
obstacle, between her and happiness..
The prosecutor hestitated to be believe
lieve believe the girl's story of the pact she
entered into with her step-father,
but she told how they had schemed
to devise a plan which would make
Mrs. Higgins! death appear accident accidental.
al. accidental. She said she wa3 in the next
room when Higgins fired the shotgun
which brought Instant death to her
mother. She told how Higgins rav raved
ed raved and struggled with neighbors for
possession of the gun, saying he
would end his own life. Then, when
the excitement somewhat subsided,
she said, they, explained that Hig Higgins
gins Higgins had been cleaning the gun and
it was discharged accidentally.
STRIKE WAS SETTLED
Federal Board of Meditation Proved
Its Usefulness
Albany, X. ?Y.," Jan 20. The
strike of the Delaware and Hudson
River Railroad was settled last night.
Company officials met the union's de demands
mands demands that they restore two dis
charged employes, Engineer James
A. Lynch and Conductor F. A. Slade,
to their former positions. All strik-
rs immediately returnea xo ineir
duty. j
G. W. Hanger, a member of the j
Federal Board of Meditation and
Conciliation brought about the
agreement.
MRS. SPURLIN STARRED
If you want to laugh yourself to
death, come and see Mrs. Spurlin as
"Little Annie" in a dialect play at
the Oklawaha school house Friday
night, Jan. 23. This play is written
and staged ,by Mrs. E. A. Revels,
principal of the Oklawaha school.
Come early and enjoy the fun. Ad Admission
mission Admission 25 cents; 5 cents for child children.
ren. children. 7:30 o'clock Friday evening,
Jan. 23rd, at Oklawaha, Fla.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 1 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at ,7:30 o'clock (In,
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Via
itors in the city invited to be with as
II. D.i Stokes, N. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary. Adv.
NOW OPEN
: the :
Ocala House Cafe!
Regular Dinner
12 to 2:30
50c
Sunday Dinner
12 to 2:30 i
75c
A la Carte Service IS a. ra. to
10 p. m. j :
High Class Cuisine, J
Prompt Service, :
Reasonable Prices.
EVERY THING j SERVED IS J
THE BEST TO BE HAD
HARRY PETERl
Proprietor I
Entrance on Main street and
from Hotel Lobby. J
ED!
The Blesch Barber Shop has ,v
sow moved' from the Thomp-
' :i 'X
son Building to the new and
! v f
elegant appointed quarters In
the Harringtoh Hall Hotel, ?
where the best of service a- J
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waits our old as well as new &
patrons. I
W. F.BLESCH
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Coming South?
For sale 50 improved farms,
10 to 600 acres, northern
Marion County, Florida. Al Also
so Also 2,000 acres cut-over land;
well located; fine truck arid
orange section. Write for
description and prices. Come
see me. : ; ;
JOHN L. DAVIS,
IRVIXE. FLORIDA
W. G. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
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companions were too well occupied,
however, to notice this byplay even
when the waiter continued in a low
tone:
"He slipped uie a ten spot, so 1
thought it must be something worth
while."
"He he's alone, you say T'
"Seems to be. What shail I do iir7
Locke took something from his pock pocket
et pocket and thrust it Into the fellow's baud,
while the look in his eyes changed to
Cne of desperatiou.
"Step outside and wait. Don't let
tim come up. I'll call you in a min minute."
ute." minute." Anthony caught a glimpse pf Locke's
eyes and inquired in surprise:
"What's w run sr. o!d man? Are you
skkV"
Locke sho .k his head. "I told you
fellows I'd Jeen followed this evening
Remember; Well, there's a man down downstairs
stairs downstairs who h is given the waiter $10 to
let him have his coat and apron so he
can come in here. I think it's part of
a plan to rob me."
Kirk Anthony rose suddenly, moving
as lightly upon his feet as a daucer.
and rang for the waiter.
"(live that chap your coat and
apron." he ordered when the attendant
answered, "and when I ring nest send
him up. Pass the word to Padden and
the others not to notice any little dis disturbance.
turbance. disturbance. I'll answer for results."
The white faced Locke sank back
into his chair, while Anthony directed
sharply:
"Now. gentlemen, be seated. Here.
Locke, your back to the door: your
Seized the Masquerader by the Threat.
face looks like a chalk mine. There!
Now don't be so nervous: we'll cure this
fellow's ambition as a grin siinger. I'll
change names with you for a minute."
He pushed the button twice, and a
moment later the door opened quietly
to admit a medium sized man in white
coat and apron.
The man allowed his eyes to shift un
certainly from one to another as if in
doubt as to which was his quarry. An
thony did not dream that it was his
owu resemblance to the Missourian'tbat
led to this confusion; but. in fact, while
he and Locke wt re totally unlike when

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general description would have fitted I
both.
Having allowed the intruder a mo- j
meut in which to take in the room. j
Kirk leaned back In his chair and
nodded for him to approach. j
"Are you Mr. Locke, six?" inquired j
the new waiter.
"Yes." said Kirk.
"Telephone message for you, Mr.
Locke." the waiter muttered. "They're
holding the wire outside. I'll show I
you the booth.' I
"Oh. will you?" Kirk Anthonys;
hands suddenly shot out and seized I
the masquerader by the throat. The j
man uttered a startled gasp, but si- i
multaneously the iron grip of Marty
Ringold fell upon his arms and don- j
bled them behind him. The rest of i
the party were on their feet instantly.

watenmg tne struggle ana crowamg
forward with angry exclamations.
"All the way from St. Louis for a
telephone call, eh?" Anthony sank
his thumbs into the stranger's throat:
then, as the man's face grew black
and his contortions diminished, added.
"We're going to make a Rood waiter
out of you."
Jefferson Locke broke in excitedly:
"Choke him good! Choke him! That's j
right Put him out for keeps. For j
God's sake, don't let him go!"
But It was not Kirk's idea to stran-
gle his victim beyond a certain point, j
lie relaxed his grip after a moment j
and. nodding to Ringold to do like like-wise,
wise, like-wise, took the fellow's wrists himself, j
then swung him about until be faced
the others. The man's lungs filled
with fresh air. he began to struggle i
once more, and when his voice had re returned
turned returned he ga?ped:
"I'll get you for this. You'll do a j
trick' He mumbled a name that!
did not sound at all like Jefferson
Locke, whereupon the Missourian
made a rush at him that required the
full strength of Anthony's free hand
to thwart.
"Let me go." the stranger gasped, j
"I'll take you all in. I'm an officer." i
"It's a lier shouted Locke. "lie's a j
thief."
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"I tell you I'm an officer. 1 ar arrest
rest arrest this"-'
The words were cut off abruptly by
a loud exclamation from Iliggins and
a crash of glass. KirkAuthouy's face j
was drenched, his eyes were filled with
a stinging liquid: he felt his prisoner ;
sinfc limply back into his arms and S
beheld Iliggins struggling in the grasp j
of big Marty Ringold. the foil covered i
neck of a wine bottle in his fingers. i
The foolish fellow had been hovering
uncertainly round the edges of the j
crowd, longing to help his friends and
crazily anxious to win glory by some
deed of valor.
"I've got hiin!" he cried joyously.
"He's outr
'Iliggins.'" Anthony exclaimed sharp sharply.
ly. sharply. "What the devil" Then the dead
weight in his arms sobered him like a
deluge of ice water.
"You've done it this time," he mut muttered.
tered. muttered. "Good God!" Locke cried. "Let's get
away! lie's hurt!"
"Here, you!" Anthony shot a com command
mand command at the speaker that checked him
half way across the room. "Ringold,
take the door and don't let anybody in
or out. We're in bad now. I want
Padden." He stepped to the door and
signaled n passing waiter. A moment
later the proprietor knocked and Rin Ringold
gold Ringold admitted him.
"What the"- Padden started at
sight of the motionless figure on the
floor and. kneeling beside it. made a
quick examination, while Anthony ex-
i plained the circumstances leading up
j to the assault.
I "Thief, eh'; I see."
i "is he badly hurt?" queried Locke.
' bending a pale face ujon them.
j "Huh! I guess he's due for the hos
pital." the owner of the Austrian Vil Village
lage Village announced. "He had his nerve,
trying to turn a trick. in my place. 1
thought 1 knew all the dips, but he's
a stranger." With nimble fingers he
ran through the fellow's pockets, then
continued:
"I'm glad you got him. but you'd bet ;
ter get together and rehearse before
i the police"- He stopped abruptly once j
more.' then looked up curiously. j
."What is it?" questioned the mat' j
from Missouri. j
Padden pointed silently to the lape! j
of the fellow's vest, which he hac
turned back. A nickeled badge was
pinned urnm it. "He's no thief; he's
a detelive a plain clothes man!"
The crowd looked ,uonplused. with
the exception of Jefferson Ixcke. who
became calmer than at any time since
the waiter had first whisjeied into his
ear
"We didn't know who he was." be
began hurriedly. "You must square it
for us. Padden 1 don't care what it

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costs." tie extended a "bulky roil or
banknotes toward the gray haired
man. "These boys can't stand this
sort of thing and neither can I. Pve
got to sail at 10 o'clock this morning.
"Looks to me like you've croaked
him," said the proprietor. Ignoring the
proffered money.
"It's worth SI. 000 to me not to miss
my boat.
"Walt a minute." Padden emptied
the unconscious man's pockets, among
other things of some telegrams and a
legally folded paper. The latter he
opened and scanned swiftly, then turn turned
ed turned his little eyes upon Locke without a
word, whereupon that gentleman, with
equal silence,- took from his Inside
pocket a wallet and selected a bill, the
denomination of which he displayed to
the proprietor before folding it Inside
the bundle he held
"Here! It may cost you something."
(Continued Tomorrow)
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Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala
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NOTICE
The annual meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Mutual t Mining Co.,
called by the board of directors, will
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in Ocala, Florida, on Tuesday, Jan January
uary January 27th, 1914, at 12 o'clock noon.
George F. Armstrong, President.
Robt. Wr. Groves, Secretary.
Ocala, Fla. Jan. 13, 1914 1-13-20
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Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala
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' Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, Xo. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second an!
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
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