VOL. 2 I.
OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY. JANUARY '27. 1914
Money is Easier the World Over and
a Remarkable Buoyancy Pre Prevails
vails Prevails in Securities Market
New York, Jan. 27. The remark remarkable
able remarkable buoyancy which has come over
the security markets since the open opening
ing opening of the year is mainly attributable
to two causes a radical change in
the world's money markets and a
more conservative attitude at Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. Which of these two influences
have had the more weight, would be
difficult to prove. The ease in mon money
ey money is perhaps the most significant
and far stretching. In this market
and in London, Paris and at all
European financial centers time rates
have shown a sharp decline. The
Bank of England rate was reduced
to 4 per cent and the proportion of
reserves to liabilities rose to 57.42
per cent, the highest since 1908,
when the per centage was 54.87, ow owing
ing owing to the accumulation of funds
which followed the crisis of 1907.
It is expected the rate will soon be
redr ed to ZV2 per cent. The Ger German
man German bank rate was reduced to 4 Vfe
per cent; and the Paris banks, which
have been carrying the brunt of the
European strain, are reported in a
much more comfortable and improv improving
ing improving condition. The New York bank
reserves were nearly $11,000,000
larger last week than a year ago.
The most significant result of this
world-wide improvement in the' mon monetary
etary monetary situation was the successful
bond issue of New York state. $51, $51,-000,000
000,000 $51,-000,000 of AVz per cents having been
placed at 106.077 and subscribed for
six times over. This encouraging
event had a marked effect upon the
entire market. It was a transaction
that will do much towards impart imparting
ing imparting a further extension of confi confidence.
dence. confidence. It demonstrated that capi capital
tal capital can now be had in abundance for
suitable purposes at reasonable rates,
and will greatly facilitate the re refinancing
financing refinancing of the mass of short term
notes which mature this year.
The next element of Importance
has been President Wilson's note
worthy trust message. As he intend intended,
ed, intended, it has had a decidedly soothing
effect. While showing no relaxation
in the purpose to enforce the Sher Sherman
man Sherman law, he has assured big busi business
ness business that it would be done with the
least disturbance possible, and tha?
v the whole policy of the administra administra-.
. administra-. tion would be to build up and not
destroy. Of course, such a change in
spirit at Washington had an ex extremely
tremely extremely reassuring effect; and no
one doubts that Mr. Wilson is well
able to curb the radical and disturb disturbing
ing disturbing spirits in Congress. If he suc succeeds
ceeds succeeds we may expect from now on a
steady growth of confidence, and a
corresponding improvement in gen general
eral general business.
ISURGLARS WERE HARD
UP FOR 1JOOZE
Philadelphia, Jan. 27. Hair ton tonic,
ic, tonic, which they said they drank to
THE NUT CLUB
satisfy a craving for alcohol, caused
the death of Charles Harris and
Charles Reitz, serving sentences in
the Eastern penitentiary for burg burglary.
lary. burglary. Prison official said the men ob obtained
tained obtained the liquid from the prison
barber on the plea that they wished
to "fix up" for some visitors.
POLL TAX HEED
He fere You Register, bnt Must be
Before You Vote
Tallahassee, Jan. 27. Some of
the registration officers of the state
seem to be further muddled on the
new Bryan primary law. They have
construed the act as requiring vot voters,
ers, voters, on registering, to take oath that
their poll taxes are paid and have re refused
fused refused to allow a voter to register
that could not make such oath.
In this connection Attorney Gene General
ral General T. F. West, to whom the matter
was referred by Secretary of State
H. Clay Crawford,, eays: "It ap appears
pears appears that in general elections, as
well as primary elections the time
for payment of poll taxes does, and
so far as I know, there has never
teen any question but what a person
applying for registration under the
general election law could not take
the constitutional oath referred to,
although at the time all poll taxes
then due by such person had not
"It has never been contended that
the payment of poll taxes due is a
prerequisite to registration for gen general
eral general elections, and, Inasmuch as the
statute fixing the time for registra registration
tion registration and the payment of poll taxes
for. primary elections are similar to
the statutes covering this subject for
"The legislature did not yitend to
require, and the statute should not
be construed as requiring the pay payment
ment payment of poll taxes as a prerequisite
to registration for primary elections
in this state."
ADVANCEMENT OP ORLANDO
Absent Twenty-Seven Years, Former
Visitor could Recognize Only
Orlando, Jan. 26. "Don't see a
single building that I can recognize,"
said F. N. Bookwalter yesterday, af after
ter after having spent the past few days in
Orlando. "I was here twenty-seven
years ago with a party and remained
several days, stopping I believe at
the Magnolia Hotel, but every ves vestige
tige vestige of recognition in buildings has
passed away, and I find myself in ap apparently
parently apparently an entirely new town. The
only thing that I have found that
looks the same is Lake Eola, it is
CONCORDIA LODGE F. J. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Unioi
of America, meetsi in Yonge's Hail
on the second Thursday evening of
each mouth. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary Ad
Call phone 455 if in need of plain
iv fancy dress making.. 1-8-tf.
Flotilla of Uncle Sam's Swift De Destroyers
stroyers Destroyers Visiting the Principa1
Ports of Florida
Jacksonville, Jan. 26. The Newsj
rT -f rri r m ti a ? rt ck f 1 1 a -r i n or fqti rri i n or :
the torpedo boat destroyers, which
are now at Jacksonville and will
later visit Kev West ani Tamna:
So much alike that one could j
sesree be toll from the other, a flo flotilla
tilla flotilla of torpeio boat destroyers rode
into Jacksonville buniay afternoon
at three o'clock, and will remain an anchored
chored anchored at the Logan wharf at the
foot of Ocean street until Feb. 1
The boats are the Monoghan,
Sterrett and Fluster, in command of
Lieutenant Commander Frank T.
Evans, son of "Fighting Bob". Evans.
Ke has his headquarters on the
Monaghan. Other officers in the
flotilla are Ensign Eaker, Ensign F.
P. Traynor, Ensign W. L. Moore. En Ensign
sign Ensign J. M. B. Smith and Lieutenan'
W. Ancrum. The latter is well re remembered
membered remembered in Jacksonville, having
been in command of a flotilla which
visited Jacksonville several months
Visitors will be allowed to inspect
the boats from 9 until 12 and from
2:30 until 5 o'clock each day of the
stay here. The recruiting office on
each boat will be open the entire
time, and Lieutenant Commander
Evans is anxious to recruit a great
tyi on v .-- ?
snarly in the day. He was aceom aceom-three
three aceom-three boats are lined up atiPanii by Mrs. gpeer and his sister,
SWIFT ARD PAL VI I AL
YACHT "CITY OF OCALA"
Three round trips a week
between Silver Springs and
Palatka over the beautiful
tourist route. Silver Springs
run and Oklawaha river, fam famed
ed famed in song and story as the
most wierdly beautiful water waterway
way waterway in the world. Boat sails
from Silver Springs
Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning at 8 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 anpli-
For further information,
ply or write to
C. (Ed) Carmichael,
Silver Springs, Fla.
SILVER SPRINGS CO.
Ocala. Silver Spring Palatka
This Bug May Have Been Almost Right.
the wharf in perfect line. like a trio
j of racers awaiting the firing of a pis pis-j
j pis-j tol as the signal for a race. The
! Monaghan and Sterrett are twin
j boats, each burning oil. They have
a displacement of 742 tons each and
12,000 horsepower. A speed of
29.50 knots has been attained by the
Monaghan. Both burn oil and cost
$629,000 each. They were built In
The Flusser is a coal burner, built
in 189S and commissioned during
1264,000. is of 700 tons displace
ment, has 11.S42 horsepower and has
; attained a speed of 30.41 knots per
Four more torpedo boat destroy
ers are expected to join the flotilla
here before the end of the week.
,They are ihe Reid, Preston, Smith
SPEES III SATISFIED
With Investigation of His Official
Acts Which will Continue in
Savannah This Week
Savannah, Ga., Jan. 27. Satisfac Satisfaction
tion Satisfaction with the progress of the inves investigation
tigation investigation by a congressional commit committee
tee committee into the charges of official mis
conduct against him was expressed i
last night by Judge Emory Speer.
Beyond this Judge Speer would not
j discuss the investigation.
j j "It Would be disrespectful to the
j committee," he said. "I could no
I ore discuss it thin I could a case
J pending in court."
1 i irtra qnc0r rrivoH rnrm Man
Mrs. Laura Speer, of Athens.
Judge Speer looks to be in good
health. Xo traces of his recent ill
or the strain incidental to the
invostlo'atinn m.-Vi?fi will trr!nv ontor
A, its second week, are apparent.
j The jurist was the first of those
connected with the investigation to
A ; arrive. Former Associate Justice
Andrew J. Cobb, of Athens, for many
years a member or tne state supreme
court, W. M. Howard of Augusta,
Orville A. Park of Macon and E. H.
Callaway of Augusta, Judge Speer's
' counsel, will arrive early to day.
Yj The investigating committee, Rep-
! resentatievs Webb of North Carolina,
Volstead of Minnesota and Fitzhenry
A of Illinois, arrived last night. Sub Sub-:
: Sub-: poenas have been issued for twenty-
five witnesses, the greater part of
X I whom
live here. It is understood
Y ; that several more subpoenas will be
issued. Attorney General Felder
will go on the stand today.
The committee declined to give out
? a list of the witnesses. The com
mittAA nv notc t r nrn oil 1 rl o it a in VPsf i-
ffntinns hprp hv Sat.iirdav nieht. after
5 u.-hih the momhprs will rpturn to
Washington to prepare their report.
ROYAL. ARCH MASONS
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
1:30 p. m. C. E. Simmons, 11. P.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad.
Victor and Columbia recrls
The Murray Company. 1-24
UNVEILED FEB 4
First of the Two the State is Entitl Entitled
ed Entitled to Place in the Hall of
Washington, Jan. 27. The cert cert-monies
monies cert-monies connected with the formal
delivery and unveiling of the statue
of Dr. John Gorrie,, of. Apalachicola,
the inventor of artificial ice refriger refrigeration
ation refrigeration will take place in statuary hall
of the United States Capitol, in
Washington, cn February 4.
Representative Emmet Wilson and
j State Senator Dayton will be among
iue Ker lor mc uoasiou.
Just before adjournment Saturday
the House of Representatives passed
the following resolution: j
"RsesolveJ, by the Mouse of Rep Representatives
resentatives Representatives (the Senate concurring)
that the state of Florida be, and is
hereby granted the privilege of plac placing
ing placing in statuary hall of the Capitol,
the statue of John Gorrie, now de deceased,
ceased, deceased, who was a citizen of Florida,
! illustrious for distinguished civil ser
"The Gorrie statue is the first of
the two to w;hich Florida is entitled
in statuary hall, and is the work of
C. Adrian Pillars of this city, who
has from old photographs and des descriptions
criptions descriptions given him, made what is
considered by those who remember remembered
ed remembered Dr. Gorrie, to be a work of signal
merit and faithfulness in portrayal
of the features and characteristic of
expression of Dr. Gorrie.
1 The statue is carved in the purest
white marble, the block from which
it was cut showing not a seam or
flaw in the process. Mr. Pillars is
now putting the finishing touches to
the work, which is considered a mas-
iflFnlana f? o Tf n n Ana TT Vi I TT-111 t
cause this state no apologetic glances
or explanations when it is placed he;
side the other great works in the
Hall of Fame.
There will be special delegations
from this state to attend the unveil unveiling
ing unveiling of the statue February 4, and
many who have held Florida's grand
old physician and discoverer of
means of alleviating suffering hu-
in loving esteem will go in
to add their quota to the
efforts to recompense the
j memory of the man who stands first
i in the pages of those "who loved his i
J Florida's other offering to the
: Hall of Fame, General Edmund Kir-
! by-Smith, will be executed in bronze,
tho commission chareei
duty of securing the statue having,
uiei, iii ihjs cjiy jciSL ween. iiu au-
, vertised for models and bids for the
. work to be presented for opening
I)UARI HOI ItQUARDEZ
CRUSHEI) TO DEATH
Tampa. Jan. 26. His head and;
body so tightly jammed in the run
ning gear of a street car here that it
was necessary to jack the car clear
of the track to extricate him, Duard
Bourquardez met instant death Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Bourquardez was riding his motor
cycle to a nearby resort and tried to
pass in front of a fast interurban car.
He fell under the wheels and was
mangled beyond recognition.
THE.IIE17 EXPRESS RATES
EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1, 1014
In conformity with the order of
the Interstate Commerce Commission
the following table Is Illustrative of
some of the differences between the
new an! old rates between Ocala and
the following points:
Old Rate New Rate
Five pounds $ .37
j Ten poucis 1.15
Twenty pounds .... 1.65
Old Rate New Rate
Five pounds .75 $ .36
Ten pounds .. .1.10 .52
Fifteen pounds 1.25 .69
Twenty pounds 140 .85
Old Rate New Rate
Five pounds $ .95 $ .36
Ten pounds 1.00 .51
Fifteen pounds.... 1.15 .67
Twenty pounds .... 1.30 .83
Old Rate New Rate
Five pounds $ .75 $ .37
Ten pounds 1.15 .54
Fifteen pounds 1.35 .71
Twenty ppunds .... 1.65 .88
Old Rate New Rate,
Five pounds ......$ .65 $ .58
Ten pounds .80 J3T
Fifteen pounds .... .90 .45h
Twenty pounds .... 1.10 .-54V
Old Rate New Rate
Five pounds $ .75 .36"
Ten pounds 1.10 .52
Fifteen pounds .... 1.25 .63.."
Twenty pounds ... 1.40
Old Rate New Rate-
Five pounds $ .45
Ten pounds ....... .55
Fifteen pounds . . .65
Twenty pounds 70
Five pounds $ .65
Ten pounds .80
.'Fifteen pounds .... .90
Twenty pounds-.... 1.10
Old Rate New Rate
Five pounds $ .75
j Fifteen pounds
1 Twenty pounds
Old Rate New Rate
pounds $ .70 $ .32
Ten pounds ....... 1.00 .44
; Fifteen pounds .... 1.10 .57
JTwenty pounds .... 1.25 .69
Fool products x carried at still
lower rate3. For further informa-
n, telephone or -write,
GEO. T. MAUGHS,
Agent, Ocala, Fla.
If you n;ed'a ledger, journal, cash
book or any blank book, go to The
Murray Company. 1-24
By F. R. MORGAN
(Copyright. 1813. Wet:rii Newspaper Union.)
THE OCA LA EVENING STAR. TUESDAY", JANUARY" 27, 1914
Elks meet this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
The venerable Dr. Billingsley is
somewhat better today.
Have you seen Mexico exhibit
Mr. J. D. Stringfellow of Gaines
ville Is a guest at the Harrington.
li. A. Kramer, omce oil! Lilnie
St. Telephone 348. l-22-6t
Mr. Troy Hall came up from
DR. W. K. LANE Specialist Eye
Gar, Nose and Throat. Offic
Library Building. Ocala Adv.
Mr. E. G. Rivers is in Jackswn-
ville today on business.
Second-hand furniture for sale.
Apply at this office. l-2l-6t
Mrs. John Long of Tampa, was a
Pencraft ink, the best made, good
lor ordinary use or fountain pen, at
The Murray Company. 1-24
Mr. C. P. Howell left today for a
week's business trip to Clarksburg,
W. Va., his former home.
All kinds of pastry, cakes and
bread fresh every day. "In quality
we trust not quantity." Carter's
Bakery, North Main street. 1-26-tf
Mrs. E. C. Sage of Tampa came up
today to pay a visit to her son, Mr.
Charles K. Sage.
If you need a new string for your
mandolin, banjo, guitar or violin,
you can get it. at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 1-24-
Mr. C. P. Howell left today for his
former home in Wheeling, W. Va.,
where, he will spend a week looking
after business. ,,'.
Mexico exhibit car now open daily
from 9 o'clock morning to 10 o'clock
night, A. C. L. depot. Remains until
Wednesday, 2 p. m. 1-26-lt
Mr. Rae rerguson went to Janney,
on the Suwannee river today, where
ha will remain, for some time on bus bus-iaess
iaess bus-iaess for the turpentine location at
that place, of Ferguson & Usher.
"Sheet music, vocal and instru instrumental,
mental, instrumental, at The Murray Co. 1-24
Mr. M. M. Little went this after afternoon
noon afternoon to Coleman, to reorganize the
Odd Fellows lodge at that place.
There are some good Odd Fellows at
Professional as well as amateur
photographers use the famous "En
sign" films to be had only at t
Court Pharmacy. 1-17-tf
Mr. J. M. Tison is in Gainesville
with his two brothers at the bedsid
of his father, Major W. O. .Tison, wrj)
is suffering with a. severe attack of
Patronize the new bicycle shop,
410 N. Orange street, Oliver Mead Meadows,
ows, Meadows, proprietor. l-26-6t
The Star doesn't know who sent
that dispatch, regarding the shoot shooting
ing shooting of Hale by the Miller boy, to the
Tampa Tribune, but he certainly did
ball it up about the worst we ever
COLD BOILED HAM
COLD BOILED OX TONGUE
0. K. TEA-POT
PHONES 16 and 174
SPEAKS WELL FOR STUART
In a communication to the Star,
Rev. J. B. Ley, now in Lakeland,
"Rev. Geo. R. Stuart spoke here
last night to 2000 people in the Au Auditorium.
ditorium. Auditorium. Iuadreds t?ottld not even
gain atkntssion to the building. It
waa great meeting.
. SOME PIGLETS
Mr. Louis W. Duval, who arrived
Saturday, is qusy today, witaxnis
partner, Mr. p. Neil Ferguson,
preparing for business in their hand
some offices cm the third floor of the
Holder block They occupy the rooms
formerly hed by Mr. E. W. Davis,
overlookingthe public square. Mr.
Duval has not lost track of either
business of political affairs during
the month! he has been recuperating
in Kentucfcy. He is the Marion coun
ty member of the democratic stat
executive! committee ana mtenasyio
.be, on hand at the next meeti
Mrtfse Billingslfljr"of Miami, a
former Marion county boy, now a
leading attorney and successful busi business
ness business man of the Magic City, is in
town, having stopped on his way
from Tallahassee to be with his aged
father who is quite Jll, and to visit
his brother, Mr. Percy Billingsley, of
Representatives from the Tampa
Golf Club will play members of the
Ocala club on this city's links Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Feb. 27. The contest prom promises
ises promises to be spirited as each club has
some excellent players. Rain pre prevented
vented prevented the match which was to have
been played in Tampa last Saturday.
Yesterday afternoon, Capt. Purvis,
the successful manager of the Mar Marion
ion Marion Farms, two miles east of the city,
'phoned to Secretary Rooney of the
Board of Trade and the newspaper
men, asking them to come out and
bring any of their friends as he was
killing the last of his meat hogs and
j had some fairly good ones to show
J The gentlemen went, there being
a dozen in all, in several cars, among
them several parties from the north,
and found six dressed hogs hanging
up, where the men has just finished
with them. The youngest pig was
one year and two months old and
weighed on the hoof 400 pounds. The
oldest was two years and one month
nd weighed 650 pounds on the hoof.
he net weight had not been ascer-
ined, but the party estimated it
and Capt. Purvis agreed that the net
height of the six, dressed, would "be
er 2100 pounds, and their com-
ined weight on the hoof would have
totaled 3,000 pounds.
The huge carcasses, almost as
large as dressed beeves, were certain certainly
ly certainly an inspiring sight to a stock rais raiser
er raiser and showed what this country
could do in the line and that the re results
sults results are equal to those obtained in
the West, when Western methods are
followed in stock raising.
Capt. Purvis already had 27,000
pounds of pork in cold storage, has
made several thousand pounds of
lard and has a few hogs to kill yet,
among them one larger than any of
those killed yesterday.
Capt. Purvis was grinding Japan Japan-enese
enese Japan-enese cane and the party were given
all of the juice they could drink.
Capt. Purvis will make nearly 100
barrels of syrup from this cane.
Mr. Eugene Cox, of Atlanta, a suc suc-cesssful
cesssful suc-cesssful druggist, is in the city, visit visiting
ing visiting his mother, Mrs. W. S. Pike. Mr.
Cox spent his boyhood in Ocala, and
his friends are always, glad to see
him here again.
Fair and warmer tonight; fair
and warmer Wednesday east and
Mr. S. S. Duval, after spending
Sunday in the city with his family,
left yesterday for St. Petersburg and
other west coast points. Mr. Duval
spent two weeks on the east coast,
and worked all the way from south south-ast
ast south-ast Georgia to Key West, having a
fine trade for the big Jacksonville
wholesale lumber firm he represents.
The Star advises its wild-eyed
friend, who wants to tear down a
little Mexican flag on Mr. Ramseur's
"Seeing Mexico" car, to go and insert
his feet in a hotwater bath and in
duce some kind person to bind a
nickel's worth of ice upon his fever fevered
ed fevered brow. As Mexico is a country
with which we are at peace, as its
flag flies over consulates in many of
our cities and over its ships in seve several
ral several of our ports, we would be making
fools of ourselves to be angry about
a little, banner displayed as a curi curiosity
osity curiosity on acaf--rw nt?d &4-pperated by
somtjfour own people.
Ocala, Fla., Jan. 27, 1914.
The law provides taht all city tax
assessments, must be made to the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned on or before the 1st day
ot February, 1914. All property
owners in both the old and new lim limits
its limits of the city will please make re returns
turns returns at once at the city clerk's of
fice. H. C. Sistrunk,
Clerk and Assessor of Ocala.
CHARGE OF THE SLIT BRIGADE
Priest took th
hood at K.
night, while Zlessn
edmond and Lee
first steps in knight-
P. Castle Hall last
Burst and Cha
were made full-
A box car on the southbound A. C.
L. freight jumped the rails a mile
or so north of town this afternoon,
and tore up several yards of track,
delaying No. 39 forty minutes. Sec Section
tion Section Master Perry and his crew did
a good job in repairing the damage
The Ocala Banner says that Hon.
L. S. Light of Marion county is be being
ing being urged to run for congress against
Congressman Frank Clark. The
Banner says that Mr. Light is a
farmer and is in close touch with the
farmers and has been successful as a
politician, as far as he has gone,
having been twice elected to the
legislature. He has been more suc successful
cessful successful in open respect than many
famous statesmen in the fact that he
has always polled every vote in his
home preceinct.. Mr. Light would
probably run a good race. He is
well informed, honest as the day is
long and as persistent as a weasel.
Lead, kindly Light; we're with
you. Orlando Sentinel.
Supervisor of Registration Edward
Bateman was in Bronson Monday and
stated that the registration book for
Janney precinct has been placed in
the hands of Mr. K. T. Usher, who
will look after the, work at that
point. Bronson Times-Democrat.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Part ri lge-Woodro Company
Merchant's Block, Ocala
Half a leg, half a leg,
Half a leg outward,
Each in a tight slit skirt
Tripped the four hundred,
"Forward the Slit Brigade!
Charge for the men! they said.
With many a dash and spurt
Tripped the four hundred. "-
"Forward the Slit Brigade!"
Was there a man dismayed?
Well, he should worry.
Someone had blundered?
His not to make reply,
His not to reason why,
His but to seek and sigh,
As in their side slit skirts
Came the four hundred.
Men to the right of them,
Men to the left of them,
Goggled and rubbered;
Spite of fit faint or spell,
Boldly they strode and well,
All in their snug slit-skirts
Not a one tripped or fell
Hopped the four hundred.
Flashed all their ankles bare,
Flashed as they turned in air,
Dazzling the gazers there,
Charging spectators, while
All the world wonder'd.
Plunged in the gasoline smoke,
Right thru the mob they broke,
Matron and maid.
Many a sk;rt then croaked,
Ripped up and sundered.
Then they strode back again,
Plucky four hundred.
What, can their courage fade?
Oh, the wild charge they made!
All the men wondered.
Stared at the sight they made!
Glared at the Slit Brigade,
Nervy four hundred!
J. E. CHACE
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Magazines and books at The Mur Murray
ray Murray Company. 1-24
Office Over Commercial Bank
SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE
MOULDED TO YOUR FORM
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
11:10 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p.
m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 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 Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 4:20 p. m.
No. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p.
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodro w Company
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
COTTAGE FOR RENT
My cottage on South Third street,
next door west of the primary school
house, all modern conveniences, is
for rent at $20 per month. R. R
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1914
The best place to hide money is where they have
vaults for safely protecting it. Every week we see
newspaper accounts 6F 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. areWell-known to burglars. Hide
it in OUR BANK, then you know you can get it
when you want it.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest m Savings Accounts
BUY A NEW PATENT WASIIEl AND SOME NEW DESIGN
IRONS AND LESSEN THE WEEKLY BURDEN OF THAT HATED
W ASHING 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.
riori Hardware C.
Phone 118, Ocaia, Fla.
Bullet Fired by His Child Antagonist t Id
Went Deep Into Hi Body j
Railroad Man, After Twenty
Years,' Again in Ocala' j
COOL SPELL SUGGESTIONS.
Come wind, come snow, let Boreas blow, with robes
your body will glow. We have the largest and most
and down-to-the-minute line of laprobes for auto and
was ever brougnt to this part of Florida. We have
our store in them, and our greed in buying will be y
coin, as we are going to sell them out at ridiculously
We also have a complete line of rain goods for your
tection better than insurance and doctors.
our gain in
The Management of 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.
: R. Haywood Hales, who was shot )
by little Irving Miller yesterday aft-I
jernoon, lingers between life and;
; death at the hospital. j
Considering its hurry, the Star,
stated the facts with considerable ac ac-;
; ac-; curacy yesterday afternoon. The
trouble began several days ago in a
! fight between Irving Miller, a ten-5'ear-old
school boy, and another
I boy, the son of Rube Redding, who
ilives a few miles south of town. The
fathers of the two boys took sides
with the children, in which they
made a mistake, as boys should be al allowed
lowed allowed to fight such things out among
themselves. Redding and his brother-in-law,
the former with a rifle,
and one or the other with a revolver,
came to town yesterday afternoon
and entered the store of Julius Thor
Miller, Irving Miller's father, on
South Lime street, about a block
from the high school. No older per person
son person was around just then, so no one
lean give an impartial account of how
the trouble started, but in a few
minutes the disturbance broke out
and a number of neighbors rushed in
to find Miller struggling with the
other two men. Miller's face and
head were bloody from a blow dealt
;him with the rifle by Redding. At
ithis instant, little Irving Miller rush rush-'ed
'ed rush-'ed into the store with a revolver in
i his hand, Hales tried to catch the
jboy, but before he could do so the
! little fellow fired, and Hales went
(down with a terrible wound in the
i center of his body.
Mr. Waldo Martin, who is a very
powerful man, arrived at this in instant,
stant, instant, grasped Redding and took the
rifle away from him and held him
till he quieted down. Mr. Miller's
family took him home, in a few
yards of the store, while Sheriff Gal Galloway,
loway, Galloway, who arrived about that time,
sent Hales to the hospital.
Irving Miller is a sturdy little boy,
who has always shown an ability to
hold his own in disputes. He said he
(thought the two men who came into
i the store were robbers, and when
they attacked his father, he ran home
as fast as he could, procured the pis pistol
tol pistol and went back to the rescue. "I
held the gun as close to him as I
could," he said, "and shot him be because
cause because he was beating my papa."
Redding was arrested cn a charge
! of assault with intent to murder. He
gave bond in the sum of $2500
The little boy of course was
arrested. He is too young and
prevailing opinion is that he
Two revolvers were found in
store after the fight. One was the
pistol the boy used with such effect,
and it is presumed that the other
was carried by either Redding or
Redding claims that when his boy
had trouble with the Miller boy some
days ago, Miller interfered and slap slapped
ped slapped Redding's boy, and he, Redding,
not relishing this treatment of his
son, took the matter up.
Hales' home is at .Belleview. He
has a wife and one child. He is des desperately
perately desperately wounded, and the doctors
maker and was only endeavoring to
keep the boy from doing unnecessary
harm when shot.
Julius Thor Miller is a nephew of
C. Y. Miller,' the well known fanner
and real estate man. He is a native
of Mississippi and came to Ocala
about two years ago. He was severe severely
ly severely wounded on the head during the
fight, but it is not known whether
his skull is fractured or not.
conversation with Mr. W. H
Rainwear, manager of the "Seeing
Mexico" car, this morning, the Star
was surprised to find an old friend to
man' in our city.
Mr. Ramseur, twenty odd years
ago, was conductor on the "Cannon "Cannon-tall,"
tall," "Cannon-tall," the lively little narrow-gauge
train between Palatka and -Brooks-ville,
which train made better time
than many on the wider tracks. Most'.;.
of our older citizens have ridden
with him at one time or other.
Leaving Florida, he went to North $
caroana and was for a time a con conductor
ductor conductor on the Southern. Then he
was in the passenger department of
the Seaboard for several years.
Some years ago, he took up the
exposition car business, beginning
with a car showing Cuba. "Seeing
Mexico" is his fourth car.
He desires to retire his Mexican
exhibits, equip his car with Florida
products, and take it thru the north.
He was connected for awhile with
Wanton S. Webb, in his famous j
"Florida on Wheels," which was veryj
successful, and considers that he can ;
do well for the state and himself, as'
he will have a much bigger exhibit
than Mr. Webb could secure.
"Seeing Mexico" was crowded yes yesterday
terday yesterday until late in the evening. If
another "Florida on Wheels" can at
tract such attention, it will certainly i
pay to send it out.
All the primary school children
were marched down in grades, at attended
tended attended by their teachers, from their
schoolhouse this morning, and taken
thru the car. The visit was free to
them, and gave them great pleasure
and instruction. The pupils from!
the high school saw the exhibit this;
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Watch this space for particulars of this valuable
body of Marion County's richest lands, which will
soon be offered for sale.
OCALA WILL HEAR ELOQUENT
LECTURE TOMORROW NIGHT
have little hope for him.
that he was trying to act the
Rev. Geo. R. Stuart, the dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished lecturer and humorist,
will speak in tho Temple theater
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Ev Everybody
erybody Everybody invited. His lecture is free.
Below is found some of the opinions
of the press, the teachers and the
great thinkers of this remarkable
Sam P. Jones: "I regard George
Stuart as the greatest living evange evangelist."
list." evangelist." Albert M. Harris, professor of pub public
lic public speaking, Vanderbilt University:
"In my lectures and class-rconi in instruction
struction instruction I have frequently referred
my students to James G. Blaine, Wm.
J. Bryan and George R. Stuart as
examples of effective speakers; dif differing
fering differing in method, totally unlike in
personality, but excelling in strength
Atlanta Constitution: Mr. Stuart
preached at the First Methodist
church yesterday morning. Chairs
were placed in the aisles, and after
making these provisions to accom accommodate
modate accommodate the crowds, hundreds were
turned away. Such a condition of
things has never been known in At Atlanta.
lanta. Atlanta. Net even during the Moody
lectures when the exposition was at
the flood tide and people were here
from all parts of the land.
MLLVUH QVO CU11WVU1
I rm no o r titi I
I H TTTmTm nTmCi fl fiv I n n I
RIDDLE WILL BOSS
THE FLAGLER RAILWAY
DEER ARE BEIXG PROTECTED
Tlie state law protecting the deer
is showing results by the many ani animals
mals animals being found by sportsmen this
season. The occupation of the pot
hunter is gone, as the limit placed
upon the slaying of this pretty ani animal
mal animal prevent its wholesale slaughter
as in years gone by.
Yesterday two parties of Ocala
sportsmen had the good fortune to
bag large bucks in the scrub east of
the Oklawaha river.
One party composed of Messrs.
Walter and Collie Pedrick. Walter
Perkins, Lee Priest and J. L. Smoak,
secured their prize late in the after afternoon
noon afternoon near Lake George. All claim
to have fired the luckyshot. but we
notice that Walter PeJrick has the
hide and horns.
The other party hunted a: Salt
Springs and bagged a buck that
weighed a hundred pounds, which
was brought to the city on a Max Maxwell
well Maxwell car owned by Mr. Chester Fort
in record breaking time. In this
party were Messrs. Robert Fort.
Percy Perkins. Harley Reynolds and
Long Step Forward for the General
Superintendent of the Atlantic
St. Petersburg Times: Upon infor information
mation information which, while unofficial, is
considered absolutely authorative,
the announcement comes to the
Times conclusively that General Sup Superintendent
erintendent Superintendent Morton Riddle, of the
Atlantic Coast Line, is shortly to
leave the service of the A. C. L. and
is to be the head of the Florida East
It is probable that Mr. Riddle will
be named as the president of the
Florida East Coast. His position with
the Atlantic Coast Line will be filled,
it is stated, by either J. N. Brand,
superintendent of transportation with
headquarters in Birmingham, Ala.,
or O. H. Page, district superintendent
of transportation, in Jacksonville.
Webb were appointed a committee
to decide upon the time and place
for holding same. It was also voted
to change the meetings from the 2nd
and 4th Thursday afternoons to the
second and 4 th Wednesday after afternoons
noons afternoons of each month. At the close
of the meeting three of the visitors,
Mrs. Colbert, Mrs. Sims and Miss
Graham, gave us their names for j st
membership in the union.
Delicious refreshments consisting
of cake and fruit punch was served
by the hostess during the social
hour following the meeting, which
was greatly enjoyed by all.
The next regular meeting will be
held at the church Wednesday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, February the 11th. A cor cordial
dial cordial invitation is extended to all.
Julia H. Webb, Press Supt.
COAST LINE'S TIME CARD
of the At At-In
In At-In effect. It
CALIFORNIA'S STORM STORM-STRICKEN
STRICKEN STORM-STRICKEN COAST
KENDRICK W. C. T. U.
Immense Damage Done on the Sea Seaside
side Seaside and for Many 31ile,
Los Angeles, Jan. 27. Millions
of dollars damage has been done
along the whole of the California
coast by a fearful wind, lightning
and rain storm. Floods are devas devastating
tating devastating the entire southern section ot
the state. Santa Barbara has been
cut off from communication and
trains, telegraph wires and many
electric railways are at a standstill.
The storm rage I unabated for 4S
hours. Every street in Los Angeles
is under water and many cellars and
ground floors of business houses are
Hugh Haven, a millionaire mem member
ber member of the firm of Marshall Feld &
Co., of Chicago, was drowned while
trying to cross the street in Monro Monrovia,
via, Monrovia, which was a raging torrent.
Thousands of people are fleeing
to higher ground. Over a hundred
passengers are marooned on a Santa
Fe overland train near Glenora, with
huge washouts in either direction.
The winter schedule
lantic Coast Line is now
is as follows:
No. 39 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
a. m., arrives Gainesville at 12:30
j a. m., arrives Ocala at 2:40, arrives
Petersburg at 9:10 p. m.
No. 9 leaves Jacksonville at 3:40,
o. m., arrives Gainesville at 6:53 Pi Pirn.,
rn., Pirn., arrives Ocala at 8:45 p. m.f ar ar-rives
rives ar-rives at Leesburg at 10 p. m.
No. 37 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30-
p m., arrives Gainesville 12:37 a.,
m., arrives Ocala 2:18 a. m., airlves. airlves.-St.
St. airlves.-St. Petersburg 8 a. m.
No. 38 leaves St. Petersburg 8:30
p. m.t arrives Ocala at 2:20 a. m.t
arrives Gainesville 3:58 a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville 7 a. m.
No. 10 leaves Leesbufg at 4:45 a.
m., arrives Ocala at 6:05 a. m., ar arrives
rives arrives Gainesville at 7:55 a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville at 10:55 a. m.
No. 40 leaves St. Petersburg at
6:30 a. m., arrives Ocala 12:54 p.
m., leaves Ocala 1:14 p. m., arrives
Gainesville at 3:30 p. m., arrives
Jacksonville at 6:30 p. ni.
COTTAGE FOR RENT My cot cottage
tage cottage on South Third street, next
door west of the
house, all modern
fcr rent at
$20 per month. R. R.
M?:iOX BOUNTY DIRECTORY
Fudge Circuit Court W. S. Bui Bui-look.
look. Bui-look. Ocala.
District Attorney E. W. Davis
The regular meeting of the Worn-, CJerk CIrcuif Conrt P. H. Nugent
an's Christian Temperance Union j orala.
was held Thursday afternoon at the! -heriff J. P. Gallow-y, Ocala.
t,' tai touecior vv u. voioeri
. t:a id.
majority of members were present; -pax Assessor Alfred
and several visitors. ? Treasurer John M
iffar tVio nnorino' pTPfffsps of Ocala.
song, scripture reading and prayer,
there was a short business meeting
in which it was decided to give an
oyster supper the second week in
February. Mrs. Guthrey, Mrs. Liv Livingston,
ingston, Livingston, Mrs. Shaw and Mrs. J. B.
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala
Judge of Prolate Wm. E. Smith
Countv Commissioners C. Carmi
hael. Ocaia: J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W t Henderson. Lynne; D. G.
U'atkins. DunneUon; Walter Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, Sparr.
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FURNISHED ROOOMS WANTED
Three to four furnished rooms, or,
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For sale 50 improved farms,
10 to 600 acres, northern
Marion County, Florida. Al Also
so Also 2,000 acres cut-over land;
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orange section. Write for.
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JOHN L. DAVIS,
THE OCALA EVESISU 8TAR, TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1914
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTING ER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
EL R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Learengood, Business 3Ianager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
retirement of judges who, by reason
' of years or other nervous derange-
ment, have outlived that indefinable
i but most acutely practical quality of ;
j "judicial temperament." j
AX IMPORTANT DECISION
One year, in advance $5.00
fix months. In advance.... 2.5ft
Three months, in advance. 1.25
One month, in advance 50
( Foreign )
One year, in advance $ 8.00
Six months, in advance.... 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance SO
The paragrapher who first perpe perpetrated
trated perpetrated that atrocity about the son of
Colonel Roosevelt being "about to
Kermit matrimony" should have
been shot on the spot. Tampa
Yes, and the spot should have been
legibly marked right over hi3 giz gizzard.
zard. gizzard. It is impossible that he can
have a heart.
The yacht City of Ocala brought to
the city last night seventeen passen passengers
gers passengers from Palatka and returned thi3
morning with seven. The "daylight
route" seems to be gaining popular popularity
ity popularity every day among the tourists,
hundreds of whom are now seeking
passage on the various river craft
plying between Palatka and Silver
Handlebar of motorcycle becomes
loose, young man and young woman
thrown violently to the ground, in injuries
juries injuries serious just another record
of the accidents that may be, expect expected
ed expected from the foolish habit of carrying
a passenger on a machine that is not
built for such use. Miami Metrop Metropolis.
olis. Metropolis. We have to bury one or two of
them every once in a while, but an another
other another is born every minute.
salt of the earth, the mainstays of
civilization, and, when they wish to
be, the power behind the throne. If
the police interfere with them un unreasonably,
reasonably, unreasonably, there will soon be a num number
ber number of ex-policemen seeking jobs.
The Tampa Tribune says "the va vagrancy
grancy vagrancy law would come in handy just
now." Yes, especially in Gainesville,
where there are enough trifling loaf loafers
ers loafers to operate a good sized phos phos-pnate
pnate phos-pnate plant or turpentine farm. Why
tbey axe not put to work for the
state is one of the mvsteries the Sun
is unable to solve. Gainesville Sun.
There is quite a bunch of them
around Ocala, tho our city and coun county
ty county offieervS keep them down and
thinned out better than in most
towns of the size..
The Ocala Star, referring to the
Sun's statement that Congressman
Frank Clark is strong in the new
rn7intiAt nf his district ( Marion. La
fayette, Suwannee, Madison, Jeffer-
son), says: n wouia lane a migmy
good man to beat Clark, and so far
such a man has not loomed above
the horizon." Glad to see such evi evidence
dence evidence of kindly feeling on the part
of the Star towards our able con congressman.
gressman. congressman. Gainesville Sun.
It isn't so much kindness as jus justice.
tice. justice. It would be ridiculous to deny
that Mr. Clark is both able and popular.
Mr. Danitte Mays of Monticello,
may enter the congressional race in
the second district. Mr. Mays ha3
been prominent in politics for the
last twenty-five years, though he Is
but little known over this way. He
is an able man, but he will have to
run faster than he ever did before
to beat Frank Clark. Ocala Star.
Monticello Is in Jefferson county
and that county when Mr. Mays was
In Congress, was in the third con congressional
gressional congressional district. Our recollection
is uncertain and we ask purely for
information. Is Jefferson now in
Frank Clark's district, the second?
According to the lines laid out at
the last session of the legislature,
the second district consists of the
counties of Baker, Hamilton, Suwan Suwannee,
nee, Suwannee, Bradford, Alachua, Marion,
Levy, Taylor, Madison, Jefferson and,
we believe, Nassau.
The legislature was very good to
Mr. Clark. It lopped off of his dis district
trict district the counties which gave him
the most trouble in 1912 and left
him take those in which he was
strongest. As for Marion county, it
was taken away from its friends of
the south and tied to Alachua,, its
rival, and other counties that have
always been strangers to it in inter interests.
ests. interests. Marion would much rather
have stayed in the first or gone to
the fourth, and if Mr. Light had had
a congressional bee in his bonnet at
that time, he would have probably
tried to have kept his county out of
NEEDED, JUDICIAL SURGERY
WITHOUT THE KNIFE
The Star has received, by the cour courtesy
tesy courtesy of Congressman Sparkman, a
copy of the valuable government
publication, "Geology and Ground
Waters of Florida." It is full of in interesting
teresting interesting information about the state,
and Marion county has its full share.
The Star will soon impart some of it
to its readers. The recent re-districting
of the state has taken Mar Marion
ion Marion county out of Mr. Sparkman's
territory, but he has lost none of his
friends in our shire. He is a most
useful statesmen, his position on the
rivers and harbors committee ena enables
bles enables him to be a great help to Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and the Star hopes his district
will return him next fall.
We are glad to welcome J. E.
Pound back to Florida journalism.
He at one time published a paper in
Kissimmee and was for years one of
the owners of the Like Oak Demo Democrat.
crat. Democrat. For some years past he has
been conducting a newspaper up in
Cordele, Ga., and now he comes back
to this state and will take charge of
the Madison Recorder-Enterprise
Mr. Pound is a good newspaper man
and a good man and desirable citi-
xen in every way and we wish him
(he best of luck in his latest venture
Editor Pound is the father of W
Ed. Pound, one of Ocala's popular
young. business men, and will proba probably
bly probably soon visit his friends in this city.
Hereafter, persons found on the
streets after midnight in Indianap Indianapolis
olis Indianapolis are to be regarded as suspicious
characters and treated accordingly,
aor the chief of police will know the
reason why. There will be a sur surprising
prising surprising falling off in lodge attend attendance
ance attendance If this regulation is strictly en enforced.
forced. enforced. Miami Herald.
The men who go to lodges are the
The Columbia State, as it seems to
the Star, sums up the case of Judge
Speer correctly when it says:
The course of the proceedings of
the congressional investigating com committee
mittee committee that is examining into the
charges brought against Judge Em Emory
ory Emory Speer of Georgia confirms an im impression
pression impression that all impartial observers
of the course of this erratic official
must have gained of late years.
That is, that the judge in question
has worn himself out in the service,
until, in his age, peevishness has re
placed brilliancy and whim has suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded initiative.
The truth appears to be, not that
Judge Speer is corrupt, not that he
is unloyal to his trust; not that he is
unworthy as a judge, but that he has
grown old in authority and so has
lost his proper perspective.
One does not have to go to the
bench to find this dictatorial assump assumption
tion assumption in those who bear not only the
weight of years, but the habit that
years put on them.
Nothing is at the same time more
pitiable or sincere than the quick an anger
ger anger of an old man; the flame of the
spirit without the capacity of en enforcement.
forcement. enforcement. But when this senile symptom
happens on the bench, with all the
authority of position and all the pos pos-itivenes3
itivenes3 pos-itivenes3 of order and decree in
which it can and does find expres
sion, the public is too vitally inter interested
ested interested to smile and pass on. One may
good-naturedly dodge the quaking
blow of a feeble cane. It is another
matter when the febrile club swings
from the aged hand reinforced by
the leverage of the weight of the
power of the law of the land.
The State has no idea that the re
sult of the pending investigation will
be impeachment proceedings against
Judge Speer. At this distance it
does not appear with any clearness
from the testimony that he has com committed
mitted committed any acts that could go to
found a presentment calling for his
trial upon such specific charges as
must be laid as the basis of such a
What does appear very plainly is
that there ought to be provided
some smooth, easy, and honorable
Tampa Tribune: A decision of
far-reaching importance in this state
! and one which will be hailed with
joy by the saloon element was hand handed
ed handed down at Ocala a few days ago by
Circuit Judge Bullock, who held that
the law passed by the last Legisla Legislature
ture Legislature requiring double license when
separate bars are .conducted for
white and colored patrons is Invalid.
This was the first test case under
the act, which is a part of the reve revenue
nue revenue law. The Marion county tax col collector
lector collector required double license from
saloon-keepers operating bars for
white and colored, and a liquor deal dealer
er dealer of Ocala took the case into court.
Judge Bullock ordered the prisoner
discharged, owing to the invalidity
of the law. The exact grounds of
his opinion are not known here, but
Judge Bullock is a very careful and
studious jurist and his decisions are
usually affirmed by the supreme
Since the law went into effect,
many of the negro bars in this coun county
ty county have been discontinued, but they
will now doubtless be reopened.
Meantime, the case will go to the
Tampa Times: The decision of
the judge of the circuit court of the
fifth judicial circuit against the val validity
idity validity of the clause of the law that re requires
quires requires the payment of separate licen licenses
ses licenses for separate bars, while it gives
much comfort to the saloon keepers
and their friends, cannot be taken
yet a while as an established and au authoritative
thoritative authoritative precedent. The circuit
court is not a court of last resort,
but in this case is a court of first in instance.
stance. instance. The appellate court, to
which the case recently decided will
most certainly be carried, may, and
very likely will, reverse the judg judgment
ment judgment of the circuit court.
The judge who rendered the deci decision
sion decision referred to is perhaps as able
a jurist as there is upon the circuit
bench in Florida, and his decisions
are as highly respected as those of
any of his comeers; but the deci decisions
sions decisions of all of them are sometimes
reversed, as we believe this, will be.
The line of reasoning followed by
the judge in rendering the decision
noted has not been reported and we
have not seen it; therefore we are
not familiar with the grounds upon
which -he based it, or, in fact, what
the decision was.
The requirement of the payment
of separate licenses for the privilege
of conducting two distinct bars is
very plainly and positively worded in
the revenue law adopted by the last
legislature, and seems to be clearly
within the power of the law-making
body. We are at a loss to conjecture
the reason assigned for its invalidty.
The final determination of the su supreme
preme supreme court will be awaited with
a great deal of interest.
THE TOMFOOLERY OF WAR
Atlanta Journal: "Something, I
cannot think what, had brought back
to me the figure of that man I had
seen wounded on the very first day
of actual fighting. I saw again his
angry, tearful eyes and that poor,
dripping, bloody mass' which had
been a skillful human hand five min minutes
utes minutes before, thrust out in indignant
protest. 'Damned foolery!' he had
stormed, 'that damned foolery. My
right hand, sir! My right hand!'"
This is not the heroic sort of
speech a soldier is expected to make,
nor the emotions proper to patriot patriotic
ic patriotic sacrifice; but as an indictment of
war, it is a thrust straight to the
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marrow. The paragraph is from an
imaginative story by H. G. Wells, in;
the Century "The Last War in the
World," it is called. If there Is ever
to be an end to war, will it not come
about through a realization of the
terrible "foolery" of organized, cold coldly
ly coldly prepared human slaughter.
"The dripping, bloody mass which!
had been a human hand five minutes
before" that is the symbol of war.
Not only the tragic toll of the bat battlefield
tlefield battlefield but also the staggering bur
den of war tax in times of peace, the
billions and billions of money taken
from productive enterprise and paid
out of the earnings of toilers, swells!
the growing indictment against war. j
In Germany and France, the rumbl-j
ing of popular protest has grown so j
ominous that the new tax for in-,
creased militarism has been placed
largely on the wealthier and more
Arbitration as a means of settling
international disputes has long been
a theory, though in important in instances
stances instances it has been carried into
practical effect. Those who plead for
its extension to all the world are
often termed visionaries. Yet, the
rankest, cruellest of all tomfoolery
is war; and when in the progress of
centuries It is ended, the ideal and
the practical will have met.
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The interchangeable u tensils ta
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Heating element in El ElGrillo
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SOUTHERN GOLD LINKS
ALONG THE SEABOARD
The Seaboard Air Line sends out
a most attractive circular, entitled
"Golf Your Way Southward," in
which it gives the following list of
famous links located along its lines.
Richmond, capital of Virginia,
country club, 18 holes.
Raleigh, capital of North Carolina,
country club, 18 holes.
Southern Pines Country Club, 18
Pinehurst, three courses, 54 holes.
Camden, Country Club and Sars Sars-field
field Sars-field Club, IS holes each.
Columbia, capital of South Caro Carolina,
lina, Carolina, country club, nine holes.
Savannah Country Club, 18 holes.
Jacksonville Country Club, 18
Tampa Auto and Golf Club, 18
Sarasota Golf Club, 11 holes.
Orlando Country Club, nine holes.
Ocala Country Club, nine holes.
St. Augustine Golf Club, nine
Ormond Golf Club, 18 holes.
Seabreeze Golf Club, nine holes.
Palm Beach Golf Club, 18 holes.
Miami Golf Club, 18 holes.
. is nothing quite
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bride as sterling i
Apart from the quality t
is high here, and the chasteness
of the patterns which can be seen
at a glance, it is important to know
Wf that the prices, are not extravagant.
Our jewelry store is the best place in the
county to get suggestions for wedding presents.
We have made a study of this "gift question.' It is our
business to know what is suitable for various gift occasions.
Choose Your Gifts Here
Oar stock is varied and so are the prices. Every taste and
everv nocket book- is sure to be suited. We hav
vrt An rt Arnc?irA nil n intw itf-ti tAualtie Vi av a m 'A
besides silverware wnicn will make excellent ems. MvAMMMzj
This a Jewc'.ry store where you ean set just whet
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lhe current issue or this vigorous!
boy's magazine features a valentine j
story of an unusual sort by Clarence
B. Kelland. "The Strategist," a story
ot winter warfare, by Donald Hamil Hamilton
ton Hamilton Haines, and "Sons of the Sea,"
by Herbert Wyndham-Gittens, aje
stories of unusual power. A tale of
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We are prepared to deliver freight
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hours of the day or night. Your
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Drays Nos. 1 and 2.
It isn't physical culture that mak makes
es makes a woman strong minded.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1014
SPECIAL SALE ON J
( winter millinery,
Until February 1st.
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 this season has never been attempt attempted
ed attempted in Ocala before. Call and see for yourself.
Commercial Bank' Building.
OUR SPRING LINE
g Royal TafiHoFimg Co's,
are now in, and they are beauties at the
price we ask. You will be surprised to
see the elegant patterns to be had at
prices ranging from
$20 tto $25.
Come in and look them over, and we'll
stand by your decision as to their worth.
E. G. MVEMS,
Harrington Corner OCALA, FLA.
W. H. MARSH
nr n t ii nrnnrmiriiT
H. Ii. I U. WVUflH
Mrs. E. .Tu Hood, Editor I
Senator Sheppard's Speech
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is a necessity. To supply that ne necessity
cessity necessity is Our Business
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(Continued from Last Week)
Let us examine some of the more
important phases of the world strug struggle
gle struggle with alcohol. Great -Britain has
been wrestling with the liquor traffic
for nearly- 600 years. The English
Parliament passed a law in 1327 lim
iting the number of liquor shops, and
in 1495 gave the justices power to
prohibit them in certain localities.
On various occasions Parliment act actually
ually actually prohibited the distallation of
spirits through the Kingdom for a
given period, and it is the observa
tion of a high authority that the to
tally prohibitive acts against the liq
uor trade have been the most suc
cessful. Parliament has adopted al
together about 400 acts in relation to
the liquor traffic without any perma permanently
nently permanently satisfactory result. It is ap apparent
parent apparent that the one solution of this
problem in Great Britian, as in all
other countries, lies in the prohibi
tion of the manufacture, sale, or im
portation of intoxicating liquors for
beverage uses. Well may we here
recall the statement in 1834 of Chas.
Buxton, the noted English brewer,
to the effect that the struggle of the
school, the library, and the church,
all united against the beer house and
the gin palace, was but the develop development
ment development of the war between heaven and
In Denmark prohibition is making
rapid advancement. The king of
that country is reported to have said
in 1909 on signing an act for state statewide
wide statewide prohibition in Iceland", a de dependency
pendency dependency of Denmark, that few, if
any, of his actions since he became
king had given more satisfaction
than that of signing this law, and
that if the Parliament of Denmark
would pass a similar law for Den Denmark
mark Denmark he would "be still more willing
to approve. In the Faroe Islands,
another dependency of Denmark,
prohibition is in unrestricted, and
In Norway and Sweden public o o-pinion
pinion o-pinion is rapidly moving -toward nat national
ional national prohibition. Never was there
sounder or more prophetic utterance
than that of the Crown Prince of
Sweden in 1911 at Hessleholm:
"I do not hesitate to say that the
people which first frees itself from
the influence of alcohol will in this
way acquire a distinct advantage ov
er other nations in the peaceful, yet
intense, struggle. I hope it will be
our own people who will be the first
to win this start over the bthers."
In Russia the sale of intoxicating
liquors is monopolized by the gov government
ernment government and the establishment of
state vodka shops throughout the
country, causing a general increase
in drunkenness, has resulted in a
distinct movement against the use of
alcohol. A commission was appoint appointed
ed appointed by the Duma in 1912 to investi investigate
gate investigate the liquor question, and one of
its recommendations was .that the
following sentence should be labeled
on every bottle of vodka:
Man! Although thou hast bought
this spirit, yet know that thou drink drink-est
est drink-est poison which destroys thee. Be Before
fore Before it is too late never buy another
bottle. (Signed) Minister of Finance.
The Duma, composed of men e-
lected by the people of Russia, adopt adopted
ed adopted this recommendation and sent it
to a body of higher power for ap approval.
proval. approval. The higher body rejected it,
but approved another requiring in
struction in abstinence from alco
holic liquors to be given in all the
public schools of Russia. Let me
quote here the words of an eminent
Russian scholar at St. Petersburg, in
"The struggle against the liquor
traffic is not simply a national ques question,
tion, question, it is a world's question. All so
cial problems group round the ques
tion of alcoholism, while the evils of
drunkenness, on such an authority
as Gladstone, out weigh the evils of
war, pestilence and famine put to
Twice within the last six years the
Parliament of Finland has voted ov
er whelmingly for total prohibition,
but the veto of the Czar of Russia
has prevented these measures from
becoming laws. The sentiment in
Finland s almost universal for com complete,
plete, complete, country-wide prohibition.
In Germany the present Emperor
said in 1910, in a speech before the
naval cadets at Muerwick, that the
renunciation cf alcoholic drinks
would raise the people morally, and
that in the next naval war victory
would belong to that nation which
would show the smallest consump consumption
tion consumption of alcohol. The National In Industrial
dustrial Industrial movement to oppose the de devastation
vastation devastation of alcoholism, and that it
was to the interest of German in industry
dustry industry to restrict the sale of alcohol alcoholic
ic alcoholic either entirely or as much as pos possible.
sible. possible. The members of this congress
assessed themselves 1 mark a year
each to carry on the war against al
cohol among the workers of Germa
ny. The report of the Prussian gor gor-ernment
ernment gor-ernment trades inspector for .1911
contains this statement:
"The effort of the labor organiza
tions to limit the use of alcoholic
liquors among their number is even
more noticeable. The Woodwork Woodworker's
er's Woodworker's Union, of Bielefeld, seems es especially
pecially especially sucessful in this respect. The
use of spirits among them has prac practically
tically practically ceased; beer drinking, espec espec-ialy
ialy espec-ialy during pauses In work, is grow growing
ing growing less and less. Milk is taking the
place of beer."
The building trades, the railway
systems, the chemical industry, the
national insurance societies, and cer certain
tain certain departments of the government
have begun an active campaign .a .a-gainst
gainst .a-gainst alcohol in Germany. There
is no braver and no more earnest
body of men and women in the world
than the German prohibitionists.
The various temperance organiza organizations
tions organizations in Germany are enjoying a
steady and large increase in member membership.
ship. membership. In March of this year was
held, in Berlin, the first German con congress
gress congress for the rearing of children as
total abstainers. A resolution was
adopted expressing the hope that
"the mothers of Germany -would
recognize -the fact that the first step
German women must take toward
combating drunkenness was to bring
up their own children in complete
abstainence from the use of alcohol alcohol-is
is alcohol-is liquors," and the belief that this
would form the best means for in insuring
suring insuring the acceptance of laws a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst alcohol by the coming gener
In Austria, the various temper temperance
ance temperance societies have united in a nat national
ional national anti-alcoholic congress, which
is making notable progress in ex exposing
posing exposing the terrors of drink. In Hun Hungary
gary Hungary temperance organizations and
temperance principles are steadily
.spreading. In 1912 a small but dis
tinguished group of Hungarian wo women
men women issued an appeal to their sis sisters
ters sisters throughout Hungary to join in
the fight against alcoholism, an ap appeal
peal appeal that should be published in ev every
ery every language and in every country
on the globe; an appeal that con constitutes
stitutes constitutes one of the mos effective in indictments
dictments indictments of the liquor traffic that
has yet been uttered. As an addit additional
ional additional evidence of the world feeling
on this subject I want to quote a few
sentences from this appeal. They
are" as follows:
"Come to our help, Hungarian wo
men. Come from all parts of the
land poor, rich, happy and unhap-
ThUR BANK is not merely a place to store your
U-r funds and r.hplnk. them out as vnii rwiiiirfi thrn
It is a very highly
organized and efficient medium
c j a. l i
ior tne collection ot drafts, notes ana otner paper.
'The records of the' bank also contain much information
can use to advantage.
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 DANK
An Active United States Depositary.
py women, women of station and
humble position, you whom alcohol
has made to weep, you who know
and feel your obligations to religion,
to God, to your country, and to hu humanity
manity humanity yet unborn. We wish to up
lift the coming generations which,
not knowing alcohol, will belong to
a morally purer and more warm
hearted world. We seek the aid of
all for this task. We trust that
there may not be a single Hungar
xdu woman who will not harken to
us. None shall be so humble in our
eyes that we will not be grateful to
see them join us; none too high to
have a right to look down on the
fork to which we invite you. We af
fectionately beg you to suggest
everywhere the idea of fighting al
cohol, Make sentiment for it in high
and low circles, for the odor of alco alcohol
hol alcohol is found in both in drawing
room and cottage. Our social organ
ism is sick. Our physical, moral and
economic forces are on the way to
Oh may this cry from the women
of Hungary reach the women of
every other land, and may the moth
ers of the world unite to destroy a
traffic that has become the chief ene enemy
my enemy of woman's happiness, the chief
cause of woman's tears.
In the Netherlands the sentiment
against alcohol is constantly growing
and an unofficial test poll of 75,000
voters has shown 62 per cent, for
probably more 'alcohol is consumed
meetings of the Netherlands Associa Association
tion Association for the Abolition of Alcoholic
liquors are helping wonderfully to
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going nicely now; it is well chilled and it is doing full duty as
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- Don't let it lapse even a little bit -it may sulk on yon all the
remainder of the season.
Maintain your regular supply of OUR ICE all through the season.
That is the way to save on your ice bill.
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A large assortment of
advance this sentiment. In Belgium,
where there is said to be one drink drinking
ing drinking place for every eight men.where
the entire prohibition. The annual
per capita than in any other Euro European
pean European country, theer are signs at last
of a revolt. The great, strike in April
of this year, in which 500,000 men
and women quit their employment
for more than a week, and, on. ac ac-ount
ount ac-ount of abstenence from drink dur during
ing during that time, preserved perfect or order,
der, order, although great disturbances had
been expected and troops were under
orders, gave a distinct impetus to
the prohibitive movement, not only
in Belgium, but thruout Europe and
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Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Adv.
"Ensign" films are the kind youty
friends are using for their small
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A M. BOBBITT
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J. E. Frampton, Formerly of
Is now located in Ocala. 25 years
of my life has been spent In dif different
ferent different lines of. work which M
profess to follow. This experi-
ence coupled with a thorough
course of training in Piano Tun-a
lag, Regulation and how to care
for your piano, is why I ask an
opportunity to prove it by my,
work. I profess to be an expert
workman on Pianos. Organs. and i'
Sewing Machines. Drop a card
or call at I2V Daugherty street'
until further notice. References
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THE OCALA EVEMNG STAR. TUESDAY, JANUARY 27. 1914
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(if you have any items for this
Talks on Forestry Made .Before the
The forestry committee ; of -the
Woman's Club, of which Mrs: R. A.
Burford is chairman, visited the pub public
lic public school this morning, endeavoring
to Interest the teachers in forestry,
especially In one particular, that is,
to join in with the children in the
Interests of promoting the work of
taking care of the trees growing and
in planting more trees.
Mrs. Burford invited Secretary
Rooney to accompany her to the high
school department and there they
made before the student body speech speeches
es speeches touching on the principal phases
of the work. At the same time, Mrs.
D. M." Smith and Mrs. Jack Camp
visited, the rooms of the lower grades
and made interesting, talks.
The committee has ordered thirty
oak trees which it will plant on the
Silver Springs road, beginning at the
forks of the Sharp's Ferry road. As
finances increase the committee will
keep on planting until the road has
a row of trees on either side all the
way to the springs.
The reading club met with Mrs. C.
H. Lloyd this afternoon and the les-
son on-Germany was one of much
Mr. and Mrs. George W Mills
were out of town shoppers today,
coming in from Berlin.
Mrs. Mary Eagleton will go to
Philadelphia next month and will be
accompanied home by her young
daughter, Miss, Margaret, who has
., been enrolled in a private school for
'two years. Miss Margaret will not
return to school during this term.
me L.aaies lieaaing u rcie was
pleasantly entertained Friday even evening
ing evening by .Mrs. Thos. H. White at her
winter home on south Beach street,
all members of the circle being pres present,
ent, present, .notwithstanding ,the inclement
weather. Following an appetizing 6
o'clock dinner, at which the table
was tastefully decorated with Am American
erican American Beauty roses and ferns, the
usual "current events" was read and
discussed, and Mrs. S. S. Harris,
guest of the evening and house guest
of Mrs. White, spoke very interest interestingly
ingly interestingly of .China, where she had been
engaged in missionary service for
the past five or six years.
m m m
The numerous Tallahassee friends
of Mr. Frederick Hocker will be in interested
terested interested to know of his marriage
which took place on Thursday in
Ocala. Mr. Hocker is the youngest
son of Judge W. A. Hocker, of this
city and is well known here, having
made frequent visits to his father.
For the past few years he has made
his home in Ocala, and he. is rapidly
making a name for himself in the
legal profession. Mrs. Hocker was
Miss Mildred Eleen Montgomery, a
charming Kentucky girl who was vis
iting in Ocala at the time of her
marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Hocker have
the best wishes of a host, of friends
thruout the state. Tallahassee Rec Record.
ord. Record. Mr. G. W. Shiver and Misses Eliz Elizabeth
abeth Elizabeth and Gay Hood came up from.
Leesburg today and are registered at
- the Harrington. They came through
in Mr. Shiver's car.
Mr. T. C. Hall, who has been sick
for a number of weeks, was taken to
Atlanta this afternoon by his son,
Mr. Troy Hall. Mr. Hall will spend
ID you ever stop to think
Y how wonderful it is that
I singly a man's name means
the finest confectionery in
No need to mention, even "candy'
when you want the best Just
That we are the HUYLERS Store
of Ocala would vouch for our high
standard in other lines, even if we
had not our "20 years of quality"
- behind us.
Our stock offers all the most de desired
Confections and many novelties.
A box is the key to delight where where-ever
ever where-ever you're- going always appreci appreciated,
ated, appreciated, always acceptable. Take a
box along -tonight.
T. W. TROXLER
department call phone IOC)
several weeks in a, sanitarium in
hopes of. regainin glbis health. .Mr.
Troy Hall will return to Wildwood
Dance at the Country Club
Last evening the Country Club was
the scene of a delightfully informal
dance given by Mr. and Mrs. Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Camp in compliment to Mr.
Camp's sisters, Mrs. George Fergu Ferguson
son Ferguson Armstrong of Savannah, Mrs.
Edward Francis Fitch of Chicago,
and Mrs. Ira Fuller Bennett of Okla Oklahoma,
homa, Oklahoma, who wifh their husbands are
enjoying a delightful visit in this
city which was formerly their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Camp's invitation list
included only the very special friends
of the honor guests and the assem assembling
bling assembling of these friends at the beautir
ful club house occasioned the great greatest
est greatest pleasure.
Mr. Camp with Mr. C. H, Lloyd,
met the guests at the steps as they
arrived and in the tea room and ball ballroom
room ballroom Mrs. Camp, Mr. and Mrs. Arm Armstrong,
strong, Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Fitch and Mrs.
Bennett received very informally.
The four charming matrons wore
lovely gowns, Mrs. Camp's being
white lace with chiffon trimmings;
Mrs. Armstrong's pale blue charU01
meuse with trimmings of chiffon and
lace; Mrs. Fitch's delicat.e blue crepe
meteor fashioned on a draped model
with a skirt mnrte ontirolv nt eV o A
lace, and Mrs. Bennett never looked
more beautiful than she did last eve
ning wearing an importer lace gown
over heavy satin.
A three-piece orchestra furnished
the music for the dancing, which was
confined exclusively to the new steps.
Mrs. C. H. Lloyd and Mrs. Camp
served fruit punch in the tea room
while the dancers were arriving and
during the pauses made by the or orchestra.
chestra. orchestra. During the intermission a
buffet supper consisting of turkey
salad, sandwiches, pickles, wafers
and coffee was served in the dining
room downstairs. Several rubbers at
auction were enjoyed by the guests
who did not care to dance.
Mr. and Mrs. Camp's guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs
John Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick!
Hocker, Misses Alice Bullock, Hope
Robinson, Lola McClure, Geneva Sto Sto-vall,
vall, Sto-vall, Mary Burford, Marguerite Pos Poster,
ter, Poster, Emily Stotesbury, Messrs. Henry
Spencer, Clarence Meffert, Phil Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, Harry and Whitfield Palmer,
W. ,V. Newsom, Jr., Carlisle Izlar,
Guy Zewadski, Charlie Woodrow.
In making the evening delightful
the host and hostess were assisted by
their four lovely daughters, Misses
Stella, Xina, Nettie and Carita Camp.
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow and
Mr. Charlie Woodrow went down to
the lake this afternoon to attend the
opening of the Lake Weir Yacht Club
At the meeting of the Baptist sew sewing
ing sewing circle yesterday afternoon' the
following oflftcers were elected for the
ensuing year: Mrs. A. J. Brigance,
president; Mrs. Walter Marsh, vice
president; Mrs..W. D. Riehey, treas treasurer;
urer; treasurer; Mrs. W. A. Knight, reporter.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Coe of Iowa,
w ho have been visiting a niece in
Tampa, have returned to Ocala and
are again the guests of their son-in-law
and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. H. F.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. I. F.
Bennett will regret to learn of Mr.
Bennett's illness at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Camp, where they
Mrs. E. C. Sage of Tam;?a, is in the
city visiting her son, Mr. Chas. K.
Sage and family.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Xicholls of
Chicago, are among the guests-at the
Harrington. They will spend the
winter in the state, and after visit visiting
ing visiting the west coast will go to St. Au Augustine
gustine Augustine and down the coast to Key
West. Their itinerary may possibly
include a trip to Cuba before return returning
ing returning north. They speak most com com-plimentarily
plimentarily com-plimentarily about Ocala, stating that
it has the most business-like appear appearance
ance appearance of any town of its size they
have seen in their travels of some
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Mclver are
spending tonight at Woodmar, guests
of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Goodwin.
They went down especially to be
present at the formal opening of the
Lake Weir Yacht Club which will be
an event of the evening.
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Lee Kirby-
Smith are welcoming into their home
in Jacksonville a dainty little daugh daughter
ter daughter who was born Sunday. Mrs.
Kirby-Smith was formerly iMiss Lil Lillian
lian Lillian Anderson of this city and her
young daughter will be christened
Elizafc-eth for her mother, Mrs. Her Herbert
bert Herbert Anderson.
. Mr. Buckelew is Eighty-Three
Today, being his eighty-third birth birthday,
day, birthday, Judge and Mrs. Richard McCon McCon-athy
athy McCon-athy gave a dinner at the Arms
House to their friend and guest Mr.
Buckelew. Mr. Buckelew was a res resident
ident resident of Ocala nearly thirty years ago
and resided in the residence now
owned by Mr. Clarence Camp, which
has teen rebuilt, however, since Mr.
Camp's ownership. Mr. Buckelew has
been almost a regular winter visitor
to Ocala since removing his residence residence-to
to residence-to the north, and has a host of
friends here who will wish him many
returns of the day.
Evolution of a Society Item
Monday: Miss Amy Stubbs will
go to Chicago day after tomorrow to
Tuesday: Miss Amy Stubbs will
leave for Chicago tomorrow.
Wednesday: Miss Amy Stubbs,
our popular milliner left this morn morning
ing morning on an extended visit.
Thursday: Miss Amy Stubbs is
visiting friends in Chicago.
Friday: Miss Amy Stubbs, Who
has been visiting friends in Chica Chicago,
go, Chicago, is expected home tomorrow.
Saturday: Miss Amy Stubbs re returned
turned returned today, after spending sever
Mrs. T. P. Drake and
ere guests yesterday xf
rother and sister-in
id Mrs. William Hocke
AC TV .111 C J
and Mr. an
dAIrs. Frederick Hock
m tne morninjaKrrom
their home at
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Millen and
three sons and Mr. John Evans of
Guthrie, Ky., are guests for several
weeks of Mrs. Millen's parents, Rev.
and Mrs. G. E. Thompson.
Rev. G. E. Thompson, who has
been ill at his home on Fort King
avenue for the past nine weeks, is
now able to go down stairs for a lit little
tle little while each day.
Mrs. R. A. Alfred Is at the home
of Mrs. D. R. Connor for a few
days, arriving at noon from Port In-
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hendricks,
who have been visiting the former's
father, Mr. J. S. Hendricks In Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, returned today and have join joined
ed joined Mrs. Hendrick's mother, Mrs. ,R.
A. Alfred at the Connor home ,on
South Third street for a stay of sev sev-era
era sev-era Idays before going to Port Inglis.
Miss Theo Welsh will arrive from
Jacksonville shortly for a visit,,ot
some length with Mrs. G. T. Maughs
and Mrs. C. B. Aver.
Dr. and Mrs
home from a
their son and
and Mrs. John
W. H. Dodge are
few days visit with
Dodge in Jackson-
Mr. Eugene Rivers has joined Mrs.
Rivers in Jacksonville for a brief
visit with relatievs.
AX ERROXEOUS IMPRESSION
Mr. Marcus Frank, proprietor of
the Frank dry goods store, asks the
Star to correct an impression that
seems to have gone out this morning
during his "half-hour special sale."
On account of there being such a
large crowd in the store, it became
necessary to close the doors, so that
those within might be waited on. As
soon as this was accomplished the
doors were again opened and all
those in waiting were admitted and
It seems that many left when- the
doors were closed and complained
Ocala House Cafe-
12 to 2:30
12 to 2:30
A la Carte Service 5 a. m. to
lO p. m.
High Class Cuisine, J
EVERY THING SERVED
THE BEST TO BE HAD
Entrance on Main street
from Hotel Lobby.
When we say Selbyi Shoes, nottiingfbrther can be
said as to quality. have them in tlfedatest styles
arid leathers. Many njew Toes and Lasts.
that they did not get the goods as
advertised. Mr. Frank says that all
who applied during the hours of the
special sale got their goods, and that
any one who did not get satisfaction
will be amply satisfied by making
their complaint known to him per personally.
sonally. personally. As Mr. Frank's guarantee usually
means all that it says, we have no
hesitancy in assuring those who may
have any grievance that they will be
satisfied if they wrill call upon Mr.
Frank as requested.
This Big Ben sale runs for twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four days, and the cut prices adver advertised
tised advertised apply to the entire line of win winter
ter winter wearing apparel as will be seen
by his announcement in yesterday's
The "half-hour specials" during
the sale are merely side lines, and
there are really many bargains fully
as attractive in the regular lines
which are on sale all day long.
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR WORK
It was a christian endeavor wed wedding,
ding, wedding, that of Miss Winnie Albert Albert-son,
son, Albert-son, to Mr. Kelsey, at Weirsdale, as
mentioned in The Ocala Star.
From that splendid christian en endeavor
deavor endeavor paper, "California Endeavor Endeavor-er"
er" Endeavor-er" we quote the following. It is
just what should Interest us and
The Next Big Event
It is Christian Endeavor Week,
It begins on Christian Endeavor
Day, February 1st.
It lasts through the next Sunday.
. It offers a new feature each day.
It will boom every line of Chris Chris-tain
tain Chris-tain Endeavor.
It will enlarge your society and
"better your meetings.
It will promote your committee
It will deepen your spiritual life.
It will help your district and state
It will aid the United Society.
It will stimulate the Juniors, and
afford social pleasures.
It will advertise the society, and
nut vour work on a higher level plan
,nr nii VMr,
"Plan definitely for definite re-
suits; with much prayer and earnest!
ff.-M-t f x-rwTi irnnid havo vrmr socie- ;
A. vuata J
tr accomplish desired end." j
The above shows how that won-;
derful union of Califunia lives, ;
Complete Spring Stpcli
...... :. j y v V
SEE THE NEW
In Patent, Tjans, Reds, Gunmetals,
works and Iprays as it works. Sure-
ly we of thjs smaller company of l47i new societies,- both grown-up and
, i MM A, I
a Diessmg lo come 10 us nrisiiau
In time jor "talking it over" last
Sunday service, suggestions for
put enjoyable endeavor
in miemograph letters
sent from t
Is office. We hope that
every society in Florida will do some
special work for "Christian Endeav- Interlachen, Jan. 27, 1914.
or Day" anniversary, February l6t, f r
Then try to keep it up to some small HOME TALENT AT QKLAWAJIA
or large degree all through the .. v
week and on February 8th, have a In .spite of the bad weather Friday
great decision day in every church, night, the play at the school house
Programs for the latter occasion are was a big success. Mrs. Spurlin and
on sale from Tremont Temple, Bos- MrjiRobert Martin, "Lukie and Lit Litton,
ton, Litton, at 1 cent each. There is time to tie lAiinie," managed to "sprain the
send for them if not done yet. goozel-um and unjlnt de throat-.
.Be sure to report tp the press su- latch' of the audience. Mrs. Rev Rev-perintendent;
perintendent; Rev-perintendent; in Interlachen what you els and Wood Yongue's comedy act
succeed in doing for Christ and the was a' scream. Good music rvas fur-'
Church" in this forward step of Feb- nished by -"de orchestra," "Sambo
ruary l-8th. j Kent," Mr. Blair being director.
Some of our exchanges are men-j The scenes, "Save Luckie's life
tioning "Go-1;o-church Sunday," Feb-j Miss" .and fDe Ge-hog-ra-phy lessen"
ruary 1st, arid every one seems to will long be remembered by the
think It a good plan. Have we as j children. -o
Endeavorers not the right to take!
in the fact
that this t
movement originated in our organ organization?
ization? organization? Chicago .was foremost in
getting' up th plan and is pushing it
now industriously. We ought to be
interested especially in what they do
in .that city, ks they are to be our
hosts for the reat convention, Inter International
national International and World's Union, combin combined,
ed, combined, of July, lj915. Boston celebrat celebrated
ed celebrated the special go-to-church day on
Feb. Sth, and jthat one Sunday in the
month be thu observed is spreading
fast in enthusiastic feeling. Among
the many lettjers of congratulation
over the placi coming to headquar headquarters
ters headquarters from noted men of the country,
is one from
jHon. Thomas R. Mar-
shall, vice president of
treasurer, George Lav-
5, Tampa, will issue a
letter for each society in the union
this week. They ought to receive
the prompt attention of all. One
good thing acout our union is that;
it keeps out
of debt, but it takes
very careful watching to do It some
news letters have come
s within the past few
aays. uur .orsers are pruuug
faithful wherever they are placed.)
The gTeat need now is more field
workers are proving
work in order to gain new members
junior Endeavorers. Could we not
win one" to start
ing a new society by each one al already
ready already organized? This would mean
not only "win one," but many new
Endeavorers Into our state union
family. Who will start the ball to
rolling? Grace A. Townsend
This .slay, as well as the talent of
the actors, deserves much credit. It
is a composition of Mrs. E. A. Rev Revels,
els, Revels, a jphoto-playwrite of much abil abil-it7,
it7, abil-it7, who at present is enjoying the
winter ori Lake Weir and is princi principal
pal principal of the Ocklawaha school.
The proceeds go for the building
up and advancement of the school.
COMMITTEES OF THE COUNCIL
Finance E. E. Robinson, chair chairman;
man; chairman; Ml.J. Roess. C. W. Hunter.
Judiciary M. J. Roess, chairman;
E. C. Bennett, H. A. FausetL
Street W. A. Knight, chairman;
G. A. Carmichael, E. D. Robinson.
Cemetery J. C. Smith, chairman;
E. E. Robinson, M. J. Roess.
Fire E. C. Bennett, chairman; J.
X. Tolar, H. A. Fausett.
Police C. W. Hunter, chairman;
W. A. Knight, J. X. Tolar.
Market J. X. Tolar, chairman; J.
C. Smith, H. A. Fausett f
Sanitary C. W. Hunter, chair-
(man; H. A. Fausett, J. C. Smith,
j Building H. A. Fausett, chair chair-jman;
jman; chair-jman; J. C. Smith, J. X. Tolar.
I Light and Water M. J. Roess,
W. A. Knight, G. A. Carmichael.
Council then adjourned until
Thursday night at 8 o'clock.
THE OCAIiA EVKNTXG STAR, TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1914
SOUTHERN" BOYS TAUGHT.
TO BREED GOOD SWIXE
Under the new primary law, .every man in
any of the
Marion County if he is to vote in
elections, must go in person to the
officer and register.
Though you have been registered andj 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 Lis office in the court house,
every day from Monday noon to Saturday noon
of each week from now till
to register you. Do not put the
, if you
Not Regiilered, You Cannot
. The registration books of Marion
county will be open for registration
in each election district during the
months of January and February,
1914. In district No. 1 (Ocala) the
book will be open from Monday noon
; OCALA CHURCH DIRECTORY
worth League 6:30 p. m.; evening
sermon 7 o'clock. Midweek .prayer
meeting Wednesday evening -7:30
- aifhe following directory was cor
rected Jan. 1. Ministers are request-, Choir practice Friday evening at the
ea to notify this office when changes church.
are made- j
PRESBYTERIAN Corner of Ft. I ODD FELLOWS
till Saturday noon and Friday nights 4 King avenue and Watula street; pas
till 10 o'clock of each week from
first Monday in January till first
Monday in March.
.their respective districts can regis-
tor W. H. Dodge; residence 309 Ft. Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
King avenue; phone 233. Sunday -Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
services: Sunday school 9:30 a.m.;
All persons who fail to register in I superintendent W. H. Dodge; morn
ing sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Mis
ter at my office in Ocala any day jion Society 3 p. m.; evening sermon
(Sundays excepted) between March j. 7: 15 o'clock. Midweek prayer meet-
15th and April loth. D. M. Barco,
Supervisor Registration Marion Co.
Office upstairs in court house
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Part ridge-Woodrow Company r
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
mm mt mmj mm m a aaa m wm u m va B im w I
Effects Her Deliverance.
Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock ( In
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis Visitors
itors Visitors in the city invited to be with as
H. D. Stokes, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.
ing Wednesday evening, 7:30.
. CATHOLIC North Magnolia St.;
priest, D. Bottolacio; residence 327
North Orange street; Sunday ser services:
vices: services: High mass 10 a. m.; vespers
5 p. m. ; Sunday school 3 to 5 p. m.;
communion services second Sundays
6:30 a. m.; also regular service.
EPISCOPAL, Corner S. Broadway
and Watula streets; rector, Rev. Jas.
G. Glass; residence 311 S. Broadway;
phone 415. Sunday services: Holy
communion 7:30 a. m.;' Sunday
school, 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer,
litany and sermon 11. a. m.; evening
prayer 7:30 p. m. ; choir practice
7:30 p. m. Friday; meeting's of ves-
ftry and societies at hours appointed.
CHRISTIAN East Broadway be between
tween between Watula and Osceola streets;
pastor, N. T. Lawsori. Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m.,
superintendent C. T. Hooper; morn
ing sermon 11 o'clock; Christian En-!
deavor 4 p. m. ; evening sermon 7:30
o'clock. Midweek prayer meeting
Wednesday evening 7:30 o'clock.
BAPTIST Corner North Magno-
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Sec'y.
CALLS Oil HIS COWORKERS
Mr. McCulljr Anxious to Advance
Improvements of Corn Club
Berlin, Fla., Jan. 26, 1914.
To the Co-workers jot the Demonstra Demonstration
tion Demonstration Work:
I am doing all I can to assist you
and to visit you, but my territory is
large and it takes some time to get
To make a success with the dem demonstration
onstration demonstration plots there are two things
essential. First, the thorough pre preparation
paration preparation of your plot of land. Sec Second,
ond, Second, the selection of seed; you should
be very careful of your selection of
your seed, and if you have any doubt
o? their germination, test them be before
fore before planting time so you may know
what you are planting.
Marion county is fast coming to
the front in agriculture, and she bids
fair to stand at the head of the col col-umn
umn col-umn in agricultural work this year.
I will be prepared in a few days
to furnish my demonstrators with
instructions how to build a hog vat
at a very small cost and I would ad advise
vise advise every farmer who raises hogs to
build one of these vats, and by using
kreso-dip you can rid your hogs of
mange, lice and fleas, therefore
making your hogs thrive and grow
into a healthful condition. Marion
county lost last year some twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five or thirty thousand dollars worth
of hogs by cholera,and cholera is cre created
ated created by fleas, lice and mange. Hogs
are easily raised and are quicker
money, and will be a success if we
can keep them clear of disease.
I am told that the little village of
Reddick has in its cold storage 80,-.
000 pounds Of pork. This means at
least $8,000 for the farmers.
I will write more relative to hog
cholera in the near futuce, for this
is a subject that all farmers are in interested
terested interested in.
Trusting this will be the most
prosperous year our lives, so let us
all pull together for the betterment of
old Marion county, in every way we
S. J. McCully,
County Demonstration Agent.
WISE AND OTHERWISE
(Clipped Without Credit)
.Nothing brings out a man's enthusiasm-
like working on commis-
OPEN ALL NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe is a first clas3
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey,
. The de de-s
s de-s endeavor
Draper, N C.iMrs. Helen Dalton, of
this place, says: "I suffered for years,
with pains in my left side, and would
often almost smother to death.
Medicines patched me up for awhile
hut hn I wmtlrl ae-t wnrcp strain. Final-
ly, my husband decided-he wanted me to. and North SeCond streets; pastor
bought me a bottle and I began using it. Bun van Stephens; residence o20 Ok Ok-Itdid
Itdid Ok-Itdid me more good than all the medi-lawaha avenue; phone 314; Sunday
cines I had taken. J services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
I have induced many of my friends to superintendent W. T. Gary; morning
hJ!'' 11 o'clock; Junior Baptist
been benefited by its use. There never 1 ; v
has been, and never will be, a medicine j .ung PePIes tnion 4 p. m.; Sen Sen-to
to Sen-to compare with Cardui. I believe it is j ior Baptist Young People's Union
a good medicine for all womanly trou-6:4- p m evening sermon 7:30 p.
nesday evening 7:30 o'clock.
METHODIST Corner Fort King
For over 50 years, Cardui has been re-
lieving woman s suuerings anu uuuumg
wjtf women uo to health and strength.
V ff vrrn are a woman, eive it a fair trial.
V should sureiy neip yuu, u u io artor j. uross; residence ya i- ort
f lllllOn Others. TCintr hvptiup: nhnnp l.i7: Sunrtav
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
The more dollars a man. has behind
an argument the more convincing it
When poverty comes in at the
door love makes a noise like a flying
Never trust a man whose dog
crawls under the house when he sees
him enter the front aate.
Women dress to please men, but
some men are so all-fired contrary
they refuse to be pleased.
The centenary of the author of
East Lynne has come and gone, and
no bitterness has ehown itself.
Many a bad scrape has been start
ed in a tonsorial parlor.
A man always expects his wife to
be a lot better than he expects her
to expect him to be.
In addition to love of money there
are the-queer ways we have of get getting
ting getting rid of it.
Courtship is the wine of life and
divorce is the morning after.
When trouble goes to sleep, toss
the alarm clock into the street.
True love may be a myth, but
there are a lot of mighty satisfactory
And many, a man who thought he
could set the world on fire turned
out to be a wet blanket.
A woman with a long-distance
complexion doesn't show up well at
What a satisfactory old world this
would be if we could sow thorns and
It's painful to see a woman laugh
when she isn't amused.
When a woman makes up her mind
4 Queen of Sea Routes''
;she does it in such a way that she
?an easily make it up over again.
Some men are too busy to enjoy
tERCIIAVTS A 5IIXER5, THAXS. CO
Savannah. Baltimore, Philadelphiik, The New York banks are the last
Boston and Providence !to enter the new system; but it must
Fine steamers; best service; low! be remembered that New York has
avenue and South Main street; pas-r1'"
Dckets to and from
Eend for booklet.
H. C. AVERY, Aent,
Get a bottle of Cardui to-day.
Write to: Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Ladies
AdTisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Term., for Stiml
Instructions on your case and 64-pa book. 'Home
Treatment (or Women." in plain wrapper. N.C 1 6
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m.,
superintendent L. N. Green; morn morning
ing morning sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League i p. m.; Senior Ep-
wirelesi telegraph. Through just done away with the horse car.
L. D. JONES, C. A.
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville. Pla
Fiest coastwise Trip in the World"
I On one occasion the writer recalls
! Judge Speer called off a night ses ses-i
i ses-i sion of his court at Savannah to see
I his favorite actress in a stellar
' role. Tampa Tribune.
Washington, Jan. 2
partment of agriculture
ins: to interest the vountpr ppnprs
tion on southern farms iA the breed breeding
ing breeding of good hogs. It is tie object of
the department to encourage the
young men to raise at last enough
pork for home consumption' and If
possible, a surplus for the market.
Pork can be marketed in tnaity forms
fresh pork, hams, bacon and sau sausage
sage sausage and can be produced o as to
sell much cheaper than beef. A
shortage of beef means an increased
demand for pork, and it jseems rea reasonable
sonable reasonable that there should be a ready
demand for all the available supply.
This means money "in the! pocket of
the boy hog raiser. j j
Some of the points which the. de department
partment department advises the youthful hog
grower to bear in mind are as fol follows:
lows: follows: j j
1. The feeding and care jare as
important as the breeding in produc producing
ing producing a good hog. Plenty olj feed and
good care may make a good hog out
of a runt, but lack of It will lalways
make a runt out of a good pig.j
2. To make pork cheaply, a per permanent
manent permanent pasture and forage crops
must be used.
3. Young pigs must havej a dry
bed and plenty of sunshine! j
4. Begin feeding the pig as soon
as he will eat, and keep him growing
until he is mature.
5. Always keep plenty, ofj clean,
fresh water where the hogs may
drink at any time, L j
6. Quarantine all newly purchas purchased
ed purchased animals for three weeks.
7. Never keep a female Tor a
brood sow, no matter how j well bred
she may be, if she will not produce
more than four strong pigs at a
8. The more milk a sow will give
the faster her pigs will grow, j
9. Lice prevents a hog from doing
10. Always keep; a mixture of
charcoal, wood ashes, lime, sulphur,
and copperas before the hogs!.
These points are emphasized in a
bulletin just issued by the bureau
of animal industry, entitled "Boys
Pig Clubs," with special reference to
their organization in the south. It
can be had free by the young farmer
by application to the department.
It contains a number, of illustrations,
a design of a portable hog house,
whch can be built easily and cheaply,
and a design for a feding pen for
and a design for a feeding pen for
In the pamphlet are some very
Important "dont's" which should aid
the young farmer in preventing the
dangerous disease of hog cholera.
Here are the suggestions:
Do not have hog lots next to high highways,
ways, highways, railroads or streams. If your
neighbor's hogs have cholera do not
allow any .one from his farm to
visit your farm, and especially your
hog pens or lots, and keep away from
your neighbor's hog lot,; whether
his hogs have cholera or not.
Do not keep pigeons or allow them
tQ alight on your premises.
Keep away crows and buzzard.
Quarantine all new hogs brought
to your place until you are sure
they are, free from disease.'
Do not allow a patent : medicine
man on your place, for you do not
know how recently he has visited a
sick herd. i
Disinfect your wagon and your
own shoes and clothing after, haul hauling
ing hauling hogs to stockyards or; railroad
loading pens. j
Avoid every possible wayj of carry carrying
ing carrying infection to your own hogs.
"An ounce of prevention! is worth
a pound of cure," is an old saying,
but in this case it is everything.
The object of the hog clubs is to
show the boys how better and cheap cheaper
er cheaper hogs may be produced b the use
of improved blood and the! growing
of forage crops. It also aims to en encourage
courage encourage the home curing of meats,
and the growing of forage crops
while discouraging the use of high-
priced feeds. The work of jthe boys'
pig clubs is planned to complement
the work of the boys' corn1, clubs by
showing the boys how I they can
profitably sell their corn thru j hogs.
The boys in these clubs larh how
to judge hogs and to select jthem for
breeding r market purposes, j They
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vention prevention of diseases in swiqe, all of
which, information proves valuable
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A not unimportant detail of the
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i and eighteen may become a 'mepibr
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'The SpoOerV "The Barrier."
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Copyright. 1910, 1311, by Harper A
' Broth era.
(Continued from Page Five)
"Perhaps yen could stake me to a
ticket. I'll remit when I cet to Neve
"My pay isn't due for a fortulght.
Weeks explained after an instant's
hesitation. "You see. I'm interested
in so many ventures it keejs me well,
broke. Anyhow, you can't go until we
have arranged an investment for your
Not wishing to embarrass his host,
he refrained from pressing the matter
and -resigned himself as best he could
to an extension of his exile. Mean Meanwhile
while Meanwhile he decided to visit the canal.
But his plans were upset by the
weather. On the following day it be began
gan began to rain, and it 'continued to rain
day and night thereafter until Colon
tejame a siHldeii. dripping horror. The
soil melted into a quagmire, the streets
became sluices, the heavens closed
down like a leaden pall, and the very
air became saturated. It was hot also
" It was too much for Kirk, and he de deferred
ferred deferred his trip over the "line." spend spending
ing spending his time Instead at the Wayfarers
club. Iu his daylight hours he listen listened
ed listened to Weeks unending dissertations
upon the riches of the tropics. At
night he played poker with such uul uul-fonn
fonn uul-fonn bad luck that his opponents de developed
veloped developed for bim an increasing affec affection.
tion. affection. But all things have an end. and Fri Friday
day Friday morning broke clear and hot.
"We'll bear from the old gentleman
today sure. he told Weeks at break breakfast
fast breakfast "He's regularity itself. The
train dispatchers set their watches by
him." He then declared his determina determination
tion determination to avail himself of the good
weather and see something of the
town. The prospect of squaring his
account with the fawning fat man
filled him with relief, and once away
from the consulate he stayed until late
in the afternoon. It was nearly dark
when he strolled in to inquire:
"Well, did you get an answer?"
"Yes. Here's the message; read it
Kirk read as follows:
Weeks, Consul. Colon:
Your guest an impostor. Have no son.
"Well. I'll be blanked!" he ejaculatr
ed. "This is a Joke!"
Weeks was beginning to pant "A
jdke. hey? I suppose it was a joke to
Impose on me?"
"Don't you believe I'm Kirk .An .Anthony?"
thony?" .Anthony?" "No. I do not. 1 jut discovered to to-.day
.day to-.day that your name is Jefferson Locke.
Stein told me."
, Anthony laughed lightly.
"Oh. laugh if you want to. You're a
smooth article, but you happened to se select
lect select the wrong millionaire for a father
this time, and I'm going to give you a
taste of our Spiggoty jails."
"You can't arrest me. You offered
to take me in."
"You can't get out of it that way,"
cried Weeks at the top of his little
voice. "Ive fed you for a week. I put
you up at my club. That very suit of
clothes you have on is mine."
"Well, do.n't burst a seam over the
matter. My governor doesn't know the
facts. I'll cable bim myself this time."
"And live off me for another week. I
suppose? Not if I know it! lie says
he has no sou. Isn't that enough?"
"lie doesn't understand. Will you
lend me enough money to cable again?"
"More money? NO!" fairly scream screamed
ed screamed the other. "You get out of my
house. Mr. Kirk Anthony, and don't
you show yourself around here again.
I'll keep the rest of your wardrobe."
To the indignant amazement of Mr.
Weeks. Kirk burst into a genuine
"All right, landlord, keep my bag baggage.
gage. baggage. I believe that's the custom, but but-oh.
oh. but-oh. gee!' This is funny." He was still
laughing when he reached the public
square, for at last he hadlegun to see
the full humor of" Adelbert Higgins"
Facing for the first time in his life
an instant and absolute need of money.
Kirk found himself singularly lacking
in resource, and a ieriod of sober con contemplation
templation contemplation brought him no helpful
thought. Perhaps, after all. he decid decided,
ed, decided, his lHst turse would be to seek
relief from the Cortlandts. According Accordingly
ly Accordingly he strolled into the offices of the
steamship company near by and asked
leave to telephone. But on calling up
the Hotel Tivoli in Panama city he
was td that his friends were out.
nor could he learn the probable hour of
It was growing dark. From farther
down the water trout the lights of the
Wayfarers club shoue invitingly, and
Kirk decided to appeal tuere for as assistance.
sistance. assistance. But as he neared the place
be underwent a sudden e nature qf
Ueart. Slowly mounting trie stairs
ahead f hi:u lik a trained IiipMH.Mta IiipMH.Mta-mus
mus IiipMH.Mta-mus was the v-lssal. panting figure
of the Aintn-:m consul, at sight of
whi-b Kirk's pride lose up in arms
and forbade him to follow.
A band was playing in the plaza
when he came back -a very good
band, too and. finding n !uch. he al allowed
lowed allowed his mind the relief of Idly lis listening
tening listening ti the music. The square was
filling with Spanish' ieop!e. who soon
caught and held his attention, for ev every
ery every imaginable variety of mongrel
breed looked out from the loitering
crowd. But no matter what the racial
blend, black was the fundamental
You get out of my house!
noumi nun round tne woj.:e waKea
to the sfrains of their national music,
among them dozens uim dozens of
the ever present little black and tan
policemen, who constitute the repub republic's
lic's republic's standing army.
As the evening drew on Kirk be became
came became conscious of an. unwonted sen sensation.
sation. sensation. He began lo wonder whether
a fast of twenty four hours would se seriously
riously seriously weaken a man. and. rather
than make the exjterlment. he again
called up the TivoH. rejoicing anew hi
the fact thait there was no toll on
isthmian, messages. But again he was
disappointed. This time he was told
that the Cortlandts were doubtless
spending the night out of town with
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H. E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia,
or St. Loais. Adv
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Part ridge-Wood row Company
: Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-1 M
Owing to the fact that our milk
supply has been cut down eo that we
will not have a sufficient 'quantity
for our dispensing purposes, we will
not be. able to fill any orders for
either pints or quarts.
This applies to all.
1-15-tf Gerlg's Drug Store.
Everyone Has It Within His Power
to be Happy
A celebrated 'French physician has
said that "a man's liver is the baro-
meter of his disposition'
Every man and -every woman
knows that a cheerful smile is a big
factor In one's success.
Everyone5 should know that the
disordered liver is cause of ninety
pf.r cent of human Ills. Lazy over overworked
worked overworked livers are the prime causes
of headaches, Iniigestion, constipa--tion
and dozens of other ills.
But the inactive liver always warn
by.coatei tongue, sour stomach, ditll
eye and even lazinees. Heed yoir
warning and you insure happiness
to yourself and reflect it upon youK
associates. Calomel used tQ .dJ
Modern day science ha found a bet
ter way in Carswell's Liver"- Aid!
which is a pure vegetable remedy or
sale under guarantee of money
fund at 50 cents for large boU
Ask Jihe Court Pharmacy about Itl
11 : Adv.'
Have you a house to
rent, or do you want
to rent a house?
Have you something to
sell, or do you wish to
buy a house, a lot, a
horse or a buggy?
Are you looking for
' employment, or do you
peed the services of
some one who is?
If so, you should pat-
ronlze the STaR'S un-
classified ccjmn It'll
do the workt
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