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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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OCALA

EVENINO

VOL 2'.
OCALA FIOKIDA. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 4. 1914
NO. 51

IKE SITUATtO
British Foreign Secretary Says His
Country will N'ot Make War to
.Avenge Kenton
London, March 4. Sir Edward
Grey, the British foreign secretary,
made an important statement on the
Mexican situation in the House of
Commons yesterady. In reply to a
question as to the investigation into
the death at Juarez of William S. I
Benton, the British ranchman, Sir
Edward said:
"I must ask leave of the House to
make a somewhat more extended
statement than can properly be ex expressed
pressed expressed within the limits of the ans answer
wer answer to a question.
''All the effort. that have been
fc J II 1 1,11 V I v 11 U T U 1UUCU l W 7- Olll V
an investigation into the facts re respecting
specting respecting the death of William S. Ben Benton.
ton. Benton. "The persistent difficulties put in
the way of such an investigation
create the strongest presumption of
a desire and an intention to conceal
the truth on the part of those in
.Mexico who are responsible for what
has happened.
"Communications with the gov government
ernment government of the United States are
etill proceeding, but I would repeat
what I said last week that these
communications do not imply that
the United States has any responsi responsibility
bility responsibility for what has taken place -by
which I mean of course the death of
Benton.
Cannot Force United States
"While therefore we shall wel welcome
come welcome any action that the United
States is prepare to take to secure
justice, we have no title to demand
as a right that the United States
should itself resort to the .use of
force.
"One can demand that another
government should go to all lengths
to secure reparation of a crime only
when one holds that government in
teome way responsible for the com com-Acfllssion
Acfllssion com-Acfllssion of the crime.
- "So far the United States has
dhown at least as much interest in
the killing in 'Mexico of a British
subject as it has in the outrages on
American citizens for I understand
that several Americans have been
killed in Mexico. And the United
SCites has sho'wn every desire to use
its influence to secure protection for
British subjects in the Mexican ter territory
ritory territory controlled by the constitution constitutionalists.
alists. constitutionalists. Reserve Reparation. Rights
"I would therefore sum up the sit situation
uation situation by saying that if the United
States thinks proper to take further
steps, either on behalf of its own j
citizens or of a British subject, we
will gladly wait the result. But if
for reasons of its own, the United
States does not think it desirable to
take such steps, we must, of course
reserve to ourselves reparation
rights.
"Assuming that the United States
does not desire itself to take any re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility for intervention, it has
been urged upon me that we should
take immediate action without,
however, giving me any suggestion
or indication of what action we can
take at the moment.,
"I "must repeat what I said last
i week that there is nothing we can

I I -do under present conditions.
NCjj Would Take Large Force

we nave no intention- oi engag engaging
ing engaging in such a fantastic attempt as
the sending of a force which to be
effective would haye to be a large
force into any part of Mexico.
"Under ordinary circumstances
we might have taken action at a
Improved

from 20 to 500
Acres. x
Unimproved Farm
Lands from 5 to
1,000 Acres.

port or by way of blockade. Under
present conditions, if we took such
action, and it had any effect, it would
only result in giving assistance to
the contending party in north Mexi-
co. i
-To take such action would posi- j
tively help those from whom we de-1

nand reparation simply for the sake
it appearing to do something wouli ;

worse than futile. j Mr UiU and John MeQuaig at-
"But we do not intend to let the tended the dance at Mr. Brown's last
matter rest, and as soon as by any,Friday n!?ht and rei,0rt a fine time,
hange of circumstances it is in ourj l am s.,re EO OEe vvil be surpr;gei
ijower to carry the matter further, i at Mr proctor catching a bob-cat, as
we shall take whatever steps may be Eureka i3 ROt?d for -braverv.

practicable.
II AKL.IE MCRIMIY WILL
SOON' RK CANNED
Xew York, March 4. Thirty Thirty-three
three Thirty-three members of the democratic
state committee, most of whom were
Tammany men, and Charles F. Mur-j
phy himself, yesterday unanimously
voted into effect Governor Glynn's
reorganization plans for the com committee.
mittee. committee. William Church Osborne, the gov governor's
ernor's governor's choice for chairman to suc succeed
ceed succeed George M. Palmer, was elected
without a dissenting vote. He also
was vested with he power to name a
treasurer and campaign and finance
committees for that body. They will
be named In about two weeks. Here Heretofore
tofore Heretofore the treasurer always has been
elected by the committee. Arthur A.
McLean, who was recently convicted
of soliciting campaign contributions,
resigned today as treasurer.
LMr. Murphy sat silently thru the
meeting, betraying no sign when oth other
er other committeemen applauded speech speeches
es speeches by ,Mr. Osborne and others. At the
close of the meeting he walked to
the platform, shook hands with Mr.
Osborne and said:
"Whenever you want me send for
met
Mr. Osbcrne thanked Mr. Murphy,
but made no other response.
When Mr. Murphy was asked for
an expression regarding the selec selection
tion selection of Mr. Osborne, he replied:
"I voted for him, didn't I? That
answers the question."
DR. MORGAN SEVERE
ON THE XEW DAXCES
Atlanta, March 4. The modern
devotion In fbp tan-rn anl othr naw

, , . When some of his friends asked
dances are styled a reversion to T
wcw k,. n n r.ii!JuaSe Sheppard if it were true that

tiiuiinc ioiii v vi xaiu ucii j j
.uorgan, tamous iiingusn divine, wno
is here for the Baptist Tabernacle.
"Of course," said Dr. Morgan,
"I know very little about such
things, but I have watched them
dancing on the boat crossing the
ocean, and I think the dances are a
reversion to mcnkeyism.
"Ofcourse I favor equal suffrage"
he declared, "but I do not approve
of militant suffragism. It is doing
the movement much harm in Eng England.
land. England. Indeed, I know a number of
men in parliament who', will vote
against suffrage just because the
militants have antagonized them.
Of course, I should vote for suffrage,
despite the militant suffragists, be because
cause because I think it is right."
EUREKA
Eureka, March 2. After a hard
rain Saturday, we have had quite a
cold spell. j
We are indeed sorry to report the
serious illness of Mrs. B. Brinson, of
Mill Creek.
LMrs. Hattie Counts of Satsuma has
been visiting relatives here for the
past week.
Mr. Ray Hogan made a business
visit to Ocala Friday.
Mr. Floyd Dudley' was .in our burg
Tuesday.
"Mr. Percy Dudley passed thru our
' burg Sunday, enroute for home,
j There was a jolly crowd of young
people boat riding here Sunday. The
party consisted of Misses Edna and
Farms I
-

illy

FIOMBA

Hazel Lanier and Oldia. Hinscm;
Messrs. John and Will MeQuaig and.
John Lanier. They report a tine time, :
and brought bazk with them a large j
number of flowers which they gath-j
ered on the Gklawaha river. ;
Mr parcnal Brinson has returned!
froai Falatka. where he has been lo-j

catei, and
putting en a
pecan
grove
The deer hunters are not near so
carnivorous nowadays. The large
number of bucks killed here this sea season
son season seems unreasonable, but there
were quite a few of the hunters.
Mr. Fred Brinson has returned
from Weiaka. where he has been
for some time. Mr. Brinson and his
wife spent Sunday with their mother
at Mill Creek.
Mr. Gilbert Proctor has just ship ship-pel
pel ship-pel a number of furs, anl should
you see any one with a smile, I am
quite sure 'twill be he, with a check,
for there is nothing that pleases him
any better than a weighty pocket.
Look, listen! Wedding bells will
soon be ringing!
Mr Alfred Wilson made a flying
trp to Fort McCoy Saturday.
OYSTER SUPPER AT KEXDRICK
The ladies of the Kendrick W. C.
T. U. will give another oyster sup supper
per supper Friday evening March 6th, the
same to be given in the Sunday
school room at Zuber. Come and
bring your friends and help the good
work along. Julia H. Webb.
SHKPPARD A PROGRESSIVE
Pensacola Xews: When Judge
W. B. Sheppard registered in pre precinct
cinct precinct 14Saturday to participate in
the state primary of June 2, next, it
became known that he had aligned
-himself with the progressive party of
the state. As Judge Sheppard was
appointed to the tench as a republi republican
can republican by Presides t Theodore Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt several years ago it was not
known that he had changed his pol politics
itics politics until he registered Saturday
I and declared his politics, as is re-
j quired by the Bryan primary law.
e intended to affiliate with the pro
gressive party he said that he guess guessed
ed guessed Chat would be the name of the
organization this vear.
SPENCER RRARHAM
Gainsville Sun: Mrs. M. M.
Prince received a .message Monday
announcing the death of her nephew,
Spencer Brabham, son of 'Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Brabham, of Orange
Lake. Death resulted from pneu
monia. Deceased was only 16 years j
cf age. Interment will be made at
Oak Lawn cemetery, near Orange
Lake.
House for Rent
Six Room Cottage on
South Second St., next
toPrimaryschool. Every
modern convenience.
Workmen have ju&t fin finished
ished finished painting and pa papering
pering papering entire inside.
Possession at once.
$20 per month. Apply
at
Star Office

WE ARE NOW IN

2 Mfbinp W A fMF W $ OTP

With an Attractive

CENTRAL LAN

RATES WLD
HAVE BEEN RAISE

j()n Tomatoes by the C ast Line il
the Interstate Commission Had
Xot Interfered
Washington, March 4. A propos proposed
ed proposed tariff of the Atlantic Coast Line
railroad increasing freight charges
on tomatoes in carloads from Flor-
ida points to East St. Louis, 111., and
St. Paul, Minn., anl destinations
taking the same rates, has been sus-
ponied by the Interstate Commerce
Commission until July 3. :
IJOAKl OF PUKLIC IXSTRUCTIOX
Ocala, Fla., Feb. 17, 1914. ;

The board of public instruction in Ocala proposed for building, without
and for Marion county, Florida, met heating and plumbing, $58,179.90, and
pursuant to adjournment on the above with face brick, $1735.50 extra. Geo.
date. At the, time of the meeting A. Clayton of Atlanta proposed for
neither the chairman nor Mr. Gran-j building, without heating and plumb plumb-tham
tham plumb-tham were present. Mr. W. D. Carn, j ing, $48,792, and with faced brick,
the regular chairman, called by the $1500 extra. E. 'B. Dyer of Tallahas Tallahas-office
office Tallahas-office and suggested that Mr. B. R. j see proposed to erect the building,

Blitch, with J. H. Brinson, secretary,
and Mrs. E. H. Martin, secretary to
the superintendent, proceed to check
up the poll tax receipts with the lists ;
as furnished by the tax collector, and
the stubs of the receipts, and com- i
pare with the treasurer's reports up

to January, as required by law. The After all the bids were opened and
above named persons proceeded to ; announced in public, the county board
check up as suggested, but did not with Messrs. J. Camp, J. El Chace and
complete the work at this sitting. W. T. Gary, trustees qt the Ocala spe spe-Tuesday
Tuesday spe-Tuesday Afternoon cial tax school district, and Mr. Earl

The hour of 2 p. m., having arrived ; Mark- architect, went into executive
and this being the time agreed upon i session for considering the bids. It
and legally advertised for the open- was aSreed that the contracts should
ing of bids on the construction of the ; be awarded to the lowest responsible
Ocala Grammar and High School bidders, and it was decided that un unbuilding,
building, unbuilding, the board met with W. D. j der these conditions the contract for
Carn, chairman, and B. R. Blitch, the Seneral building would be award

member, and J. H. Brinson, secretary.
A large number of bidders were pres present
ent present in nerson both for the eeneral
contract and fcr the heating and
plumbing of the building. After the
meeting was called to order the sec
retarv proceeded to open and read
tHe bids on the'heating and plumbing
work first. In the opening of the
bids it appeared that some of the bid-:
ders on the plumbing and heating had
not interpreted the advertisement in
the notices asking for proposals for
doing the work to mean that there
should be filed with the board at the
time of opening the bids certified
checks as a guaranty of good faith.
The matter was discussed by the
tfcard in conjunction with the trus-
tees of the Ocala school, and in the
presence of all the bidders present,
aid there being no objections to con-
sidering the bids of those that were
nct accompanied by certified checks

it was agreed to admit them. The sec- R. Blitch, member, present, and J. H.
netary proceeded to open and read the Brinson, secretary.
Wds, and the proposals were found to : They proceeded to complete check check-be
be check-be as follows: H. W. Tucker of ing up the poll tax receipts of the tax
Ocala, for both heating and plumbing, collector up to January 1. These
$"Til.C, and when it was ascertain- were found to be correct and to cor cored
ed cored that bids were to be received for respond with the amounts turned
plumbing ancK heating f combined, or over to the treasurer for that period,
for each separately, he divided his Mr. W. D. Carn arrived and assum assum-bid,
bid, assum-bid, which made it $31?S.9S for the ed his duties as chairman,
plumbing alone, and $25$2.98 for the Mr. H. W. Tucker called and sug sug-heating
heating sug-heating alone. The Atlanta Steam gested that Mr. H. S. Minshall, who
Heating Company's bid was $2497 for was in his employ, be appointed
the low pressure heating system, and plumbing inspector on the new Ocala
$2C47 for the Vapor-Vacuum heating building, without any pay for ser ser-system.
system. ser-system. R. T. Joughin &. "Co., of Tarn- vices, giving as his reason for mak mak-pa
pa mak-pa proposed to put in the heating sys- ing the offer, his interest in securing
tem for $2910, and to attach the Bish- first class work on the job. Also he
op, Babcock & Becker air line system proposed to furnish the same party
for $o50 extra. They proposed to in- as clerk of the work or superintend superintend-stall
stall superintend-stall a complete plumbing system for ent of the entire work at the rate of
$381 7.25. W. E. McAndrew of Tampa $6 per day. Matter was passed over
proposed to install the plumbing sys- for the present.
tem for $2750 and the heating system The matter of contracting with Mr.

for $2SS7. and to attach the Vacu-
Stadt valves, etc., of the Bishop, Bab-
cock Co., for SG50 extra. The Ocila

OUR NEW OFFICE

List of Real Estate.

Plumbing & Electric Co., proposed to'
install the plumbing work of the'
building for $3200. T. R. Burnett of
Gainesville proposed to install the.
plumbing for $3752. Coons & Golder.'
of Jacksonville proposed to install j
the plumbing for $2957 and the heat-i

ing for $2777.
I
The following bids were submitted j
on the general contract: J. r". Jen Jenkins
kins Jenkins & Co., of Ocala, for the entire
plant complete, $56,500, or to use face
brick, $2350 extra. P. D. O'Dell ofi
Ocala, for the entire plant complete,
$50,931, and for face brick, $5000 ex extra.
tra. extra. Cahow & Parker of Tampa pro-
posed for building without plumbing
and heating, $48,000, and to use face
brick, $1500 extra. Carl Holton of

Jacksonville proposed to complete thejtMrs. Crystal Eastman Benedict and
building, without heating and plumb-iary Beard, Xew York lawyers, in
inig for $49,515. The Boykin Con- makng principal speeches th'w
tracting Co., of Jacksonville proposed
for the building, without heating andjdown the gauntlet to the democratic
plumbing, $53,104, and for face brick, j I)art' n no uncertain terms, inform-
$783 extra. Mclver & MacKay of ing the committee that the wrath of

without heating and plumbing, for
$51,000. McGucken & Hyer of Tam-
pa proposed $48,900, and $3000 extra
for faced brick, this without heating
and plumbing. F. W. Long & Co., of
Jacksonville proposed $46,535, and for
faced brick $1700 extra.
ed to t w. iong & to., or Jacicson Jacicson-ville;
ville; Jacicson-ville; for the heating system, to the
Atlanta Steam Heating Co., of Atlan-
ta' and for the Phing to Coons &
I Golder of Jacksonville. When it was
! observed that F. W. Long & Co.,
wouW be the lowest b!ddprs on tne
general contract, Mr. ShoemaKer, rep-
resenting them, was called in consul
tation, and agreed to use a brick
worth 30 I,er thousand in the face
! brick v"ork' instead of those worth
?2S Per thsand, as prescribed in the
. specifications.
! Ir- Geo- D- Ramsey, representing
the Union School Supply Co., of Chi-
; cago, called and presented their plan
for putting libraries in the public
, schools. Action on his proposition
' was deferred.
Wednesday Morning
The board met as per adjournment
at 9:00 a. m., with Mr. J. S. Gran-
tham, chairman pro tern, and Mr. B.
Lewis Benson for the construction of
the Orange. Springs school house was
taken up, and the secretary presented;

Orange Groves
from 5 to 50 Acres
that will pay

20 to 40 per cent
on Investment.

CO.

ES THE
Senator Kryan Gives Good Reason
v.
why Equal Suffrage Should be
Conferred by the
States
Washington, March 4. All
phase of the suffrage question were
presented yesterday to the House ju judiciary
diciary judiciary committee to theaccompani theaccompani-ment
ment theaccompani-ment of jeers, hisses and cat-calls.
4,000 women in suffrage states
would be visited upon-the party un unless
less unless favorable consideration were.
given the constitutional amendment
for woman suffrage.
Anti-suffragists told the commit committee
tee committee that woman suffrage would be
harmful "not only to women, but to
the country." At conclusion of tbe
hearings, Dr. Walker, trousered and
silk hatted, presented the cornnittee
what she called "the crowning con constitutional
stitutional constitutional arguments," to show that
women already have the right to
vote under the constitution.
Senator Bryan, of Florida, made
the first extended speech against
the amendment. He contended first
of all that the states should be
allowed to deal with the question,
raying that. California had no more
right to say whether tire negro wo women
men women of Florida should vote than
Florida had to say that the Japan Japanese
ese Japanese should vote in California.
f
a letter from him declining to accept
the terms proposed by the board, and
making a proposition to make the
changes suggested by the board at
the price first bid by him on the
building, but proposing to include the
suggested changes for $1007.40. It
was agreed to allow this and to have
the chairman and secretary execute
a contract with him accordingly.
Mr. Ramse again called and ex exhibited
hibited exhibited samples of books salable for
a general school library.
It was ordered that tne secretary
correspond with financial houses with
reference to borrowing as much as
$20,000 for the use of the school
board.
Mr. Minshall, upon invitation, call called
ed called and discussed the matter of super supervising
vising supervising the work of building the new
school house with the board and the
trustees of the Ocala district and the
architect of the building. if was
agreed to leave the matter of select selecting
ing selecting a superintendent entirely to the
architect.
Wednesday Afternoon
The board met with all members
present and acting.
Present were Mr. Manning, repre representing
senting representing the Atlanta Steam Heating
Co., Dr. J. E. Chace and the architect.
Mr. Manning was called upon to ex-
plain to the board the system of heat heating
ing heating known as the Vapor-Vacuum sys system
tem system of heating with double pipes.
This system, it was stated, could be
installed for $150 more than the sys system
tem system called for, and was claimed to be
supericr. It was agreed to have him
prepare specifications and plans of
the system adapted to this building,
and submit to the architect for his
inspection and report oa the same.
The contracts- for tho erection, of
the school building we presented
and signed for the contractors by M.
Shoemaker, and by the chairman and
secretary of the board, and the plans
(Concluded on Seventh Page)
from

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AMENDMENT



OS

TWO
THE OCALA EVKMXU SIAK. W E I X ES I A Y, MAltCH 4. 1914

OCALA OCCURRENCES

Masons meet tomorrow night.

Moose meet tomorrow evening.

See the new stationery, Cranes
& Whiting's, at The Murray Co. 4 -it

Call at Qerig's Drug Store on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon and meet Mrs. Spen Spencer,
cer, Spencer, the candy demonstrator. 3-4-;4t

Messrs. Tompkins & Cobb sol'

PYTHIAS PROGRAM

the (irand Lodge .Meeting
Ocala March 11-12-13

The world is poorer and Heaven

richer bv a lovely soul today. After j

many months oftsickness, which she
bore with the svjeet resignation of a
noble spirit, MrJ. Frances Elizabeth
Edwards enteral into her eternal

rest a Utile feiore uayiigni mis

morning.

Mrs. Edwards was born in Barn Barnwell
well Barnwell county, C, seventy-six years

fine pair of mules this morning to j ?.go. She cJme to Florida when

Mr. R. J. Knight, of Clearwater. Eirl. and hal been in this county al-

11"'

j most ever siiee. She was the widow i Gober.
Have you Mn the cover on tlu j of our goo!, old fellow citizen, Mr. Sons

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11
VI0 a. m. Welcome ceremonies at
TeLpIe Theater.
Music.
Invocation, Rev. Banyan Stephens.
Address of welcome on behalf of
thef city of Ocala Chas. Hunter.
Address of welcome on t-half of
Marion County Boara of Tr e J.
D. jlooney.
Address of welcome on behalf of
Ocala Lodge No. 19 William M.

''CONSERVATIVE''

In every feature of its banking activity this institution is thoroughly con conservative.
servative. conservative. Safety first, profit second, is the rule we go' by, and, the result is
we get both safety and profit for our customers and for ourselves.
In your business affairs take advantage of the "system and organization
placed at your disposal by this strong, up-to-date bank.'
ACTIVE U. S. DEPOSITARY.
The Ocala National: Bank.
Capital and Surplus $85000;0(P:

,!:

U;

!!!

week's "Life?" They are going fasti

at Ifcillard's il-il-tZt.

At the meeting of the Moose to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night, officers for the ensu ensuing
ing ensuing term will be nominated, and all
members should be present.

'Mr. H. J. Nichols has

from a business trip to Georgia. He
will leave for Atlanta in a few days
to buy another carload of mules.

Candy demonstration at Gerig's
Drug Store on Saturday afternoon,
March 7th. 3-4-U

Mr. William Clark of New York
City is here, on a visit, to the II. B.

Masters Go's, big business establish- i

ment, in which he is interested.

A. Judson' Edwards, who preceded

tier into rest nine years aga

',MrsrE3Va,rtsclifldren, all of
whom are living and in this county,
are Messrs. Norton, Will J., John L.
and L. K. Edwards and Mrs. H. D.
Stokes, with the latter of whom she
has made her home since her widow-

returned j hood, and who nursed her with the

most faithful devotion from the day
she was stricken down with paralysis
seven months ago until she closed
her eyes this morning. Beside her
own children, there were many who
loved her as a mother, for Mrs. Ed Edwards'
wards' Edwards' heart was wide, and her deeds
of kindness more numerous than
her days.

-Miss Marguerite Porter.

Response on behalf of the Grand

Lodge W. J. Sears, grand chancel chancellor.
lor. chancellor. Response on behalf of Pythian
Sisters Mrs. Jennie R. Brown, su supreme
preme supreme representative.
Music.
11 a. m. Convention of the
Grand Lodge at Castle Hall.

1:30 p. m. Afternoon session ofj

Grand Lodge.
Thui wlay, March 12
8 a. m. Automobile ride to Silver
Springs.
'J:3u a. m. Morning Session of
Grand Lodge.
1:30 p. ra. Afternoon session of

j Grand Lodge.

XOTICK TO BAPTISTS
On account of the lecture at the
Temple theater tonight by Dr. Kerr
Boyce Tupper, there will be no pray prayer
er prayer meeting at the Baptist church.
Teachers will meet at 6:45 as usual.
Everybody is urged to hear Dr. Tup Tupper
per Tupper tonight.

j

M

n rroTiTiQ

For Ten" Days

- The Royal Typewriter gives per perfect
fect perfect 'satisfaction to the user. Get
one atThe Murray Company 3-4-3t

Mr. Igou, manager for Mr. H. J.
Nichols' livestock business in this
city, sold four head of mules yester yesterday
day yesterday to some Brooksville men.

Mrs. Spencer, the Nunnally's can candy
dy candy demonstrator, will be with us on
Saturday afternoon, and you are
cordially invited to bo rtith us at
that time. Gerig's Drug Store. 4-4t

A letter from Mr. Jake Klein in
T3altimore says that he is snowbound
in that city and has been unable for
the past four days to get a train to
New York.

Since her girlhood she has been a
faithful member of the Baptist
church. She and Mr. Edwards, who
was alo a member of that church,

XOTICK TO KING'S DAUGHTERS

On account of the Chautauqua at- j
tractions, the regular monthlv meet-
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ing of the King's Daughters will be
postponed from tomorrow at 10
o'clock until Thursday of next week
at the same hour.
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, Sec'y.

S p. rn. Moving pictures, "Damon

and Pythias," at Temple Theater.

I i-iilMi Miii-rh 1:5 I

9:30 a. m. Morning session of

for many years maintained a genuine i-Grand Lodge

The best candy that comes to
Ocala, (Nnnnally's, of course) will
be shown by an expert at my store
on Saturday afternoon. Everybody
Invited. Gerig's Drug Store. 3-4-4t

The proposition of Alderman Ben

nett, to organize two companies of

volunteer firemen, to aid the paid de
partment, is a good one and should;

receive strong support from both the

business men and the
ment.

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Subscriptions for all magazines
taken at The Murray Company. 34-31

The superb Kimball piano in us

at the Chautauqua meetings has ben

furnished by the W. W. Kimball C

of which Mr. Herbert Lattner is th'

skilled and courteous Ocala
tributor.

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Have you seen the cover on this

week's "Life?"
at Ballard's.

They are going fast
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St. Margaret's Guild will take or orders
ders orders for cakes, pies, sandwiches and
mayonnaise dressing during Lent.
Phone 137.

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BOYS IF YOU ARE IN TROUBLE.
THE BEST CHOCOLATES AND
BON-BONS THAT WERE EVER
HADE. THE COURT PHARMACY
HAS THE AGENCY FOR THIS EX EXCELLENT
CELLENT EXCELLENT HIGH GRADE CONFEC CONFECTION.
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country home on North Magnolia
3treet, which was the favorite rest resting
ing resting place of Baptist visitors to the
city, as well as to many from their
earlier country neighborhood at
Flemington.
Some ten years ago, when this ex excellent
cellent excellent couple, felt that advancing
years entitled them to more rest,
they sold the Magnolia street house,
and" with their son-in-law and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Stokes, re removed
moved removed to a pretty cottage on Daugh Daugh-erty
erty Daugh-erty 'street, and there the last days
of both their lives were spent.
The funeral services will be held
tomorrow at 3 p. m., but it is not yet
known whether at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Stokes or at the Baptist
church. Rev. Bunyan Stephens will
officiate and Mclver & MacKay will
have charge of the arrangements. In Interment
terment Interment will be in Greenwood.

Afternoon session of

1:30 p. in.

Grand LoJge.
The following are the committees
of Ocala Lodge in charge of the convention:

Reception Committee Win. M. i

THOMAS C. HALL

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Chambers Hall,
as most of his

n), died at 8 o'clock

an Atlanta sanitar sanitar-went
went sanitar-went for treatment

ago. His daughter,

.'as with him at the

n, gia, con
Goj later.
1 county,
di?and has

Lenten Specialties
Kippered Herring
Herring in Tomato Sauce
Russian Caviar
Filet of Mackrel
English Channel Mackrel
Xo. 1 Fat Salt Mackrel
Sardines, all kinds
Boneless Smoked Herring
Codfish Waffles
Shredded Codfish
Codfish Ball
Fish Flakes
Findon Haddie
Salmon Steak
Salmon Cutlet
Clam Chowder

Little Xeck Clams
Shrimp
Lobsters
Cod Roe. Shad Roe
Herring Roe
Smoked Halibut

O. K. Teapot Grocery
OCALA, FLA.
PHONES 16 and 174

Mr. Thomas

("Major To

friends call

this morn

ium, whe
several w

Miss Beulah,

last.

Mr. Hall Xvas born sixty years ago

in Wadesboro, NC., and remained
a resident (otfe"old north state un

til IS 83, when he removed 'to Geor

gia, coming to Florida ten years

He first settled in Lafayette

and came to Marion in 1900,

has been with us ever sincey He

was engaged in fh"e lui peutinebusi-

ness, and was one of the most ex

tensive operators in the state.

In his young manh1)odhlrWarried
Miss Sallie A. Jenkins, who died two
years ago. They had two children,
Mr. Troy Hall and Miss Beulah.
All the members of the family are
well known and highly esteemed in
Ocala, and the death first of Mrs.
Hall and now of her husband causes
deep and widespread regret.
Mr. Hall's remains will be laid to
rest tomorrow, by his wife in Sum Sumter,
ter, Sumter, S. C. His brother, 'Mr. R. S.
Hall, and son, Mr. Troy Hall, left
this afternoon to attend the funeral.

Mr. Hall was a Baptist, a Mason,

Shriner, K. of P. and Elk. He was a

very kind-hearted and genial man

and numbered his friends by the

hundred.

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uouer, u. luiiipKinb, nai its j enerai favorite
Goddard, Jake Brown, P. V. Leaven-j,'-

good, Chas. K. Sage and F. L
Wetherbee.

Entertainment Committee P.
Leaengood, Charles Goddard, J

Rooney. ?
Hotel Committee Jake Brown
and Charles Goddard.
Hall Committee F. E. Wether Wetherbee,
bee, Wetherbee, J. W. Aiken and Dr. J. II. Dunn.
Committee on making all visiting
Knights have a pleasant time Ev Every
ery Every member of Ocala Lodge No. 19,
K. of P.
Bureau of information in charge
of E. L. Stapp at Ocala Hou.se.

V HANDSOME MOTORCYCLE

t .Mr. Laurie u. longe. the young

bicycle dealer, has" just received a
very handsome twin-cylinder, S-hp.
Harley-Davidson motorcycle that is
the very latest thing in motorcycles.
Mr. Yonge has the agency for the
Harley-Davidson and is going to
push it. The wheel was introduced

here by Mr. llamp Chambers, who
placed a number of them and it is a

PYTHIAN PICTURES

Great Fraternal Lesson of Damon
and Pythias Will be Shown
! at the Temple
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At the Temple theater next Wed

nesday evening, the great historical
and fraternal drama of Damon and

Pythias will be shown in moving

:rictures for the entertainment of the

visiting Knights of Pythias and their
friends.

J. W. HILTON

Mr. James W. Hilton, aged 79

years, died in Belleview last night.

Mclver & MacKay brought the body

to Ocala this morning and prepared

it for shipment to Jersey City, N. J.,

where it will be buried. Mr. Hilton

and his wife have been coming to

Belleview for a number of years and

owned property there. The widow

is too feeble to accompany the re

mains north.

If you desire to decorate for the
K. of P. Grand Lodge meeting, it

would be a good idea to consult Jos.

W Dodge. He is not only a fine
decorator, but a veteran K. of P.,

and knows what is appropriate.

Dr. J. E. Klock, of Rumney, N. H.,
who has been spending the -winter at

St. Petersburg, was in town today

Dr. Klock has investments at Ocala,

Eastlake, Weirsdale, Sanford and

St. Petersburg and thinks the future

of the state is very bright.

.Mr. Harry Booher is building a
pretty two-story home on the nieely
loeaied lot which he purchased re recently,
cently, recently, immediately north of Mr. J.
R. Moorhead's residence. Mr.
Booher will have the house ready to
occupy in a very few weeks.

At the meeting of Tulula Lodge,
I. O. O. F., last night, Mr. V. Mar Mar-asek
asek Mar-asek of Neosho Lodge, Neosho, Mo.,
was a welcome visitor and appreciat appreciated
ed appreciated speaker. State Attorney Scofield
was present and filled the vice
grand's chair.

Mr. W. W. Martin, who has just
returned from a visit to South Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, was favorably impressed with
the wealth and progress of the coun country'.
try'. country'. He saw 12,000 acres of toma tomatoes
toes tomatoes in one locality alongside the A.
C. L. The Coast Line, by the way,
discouraged the industry by trying
to put the rate up, but was prevent prevented
ed prevented by the interstate commission, as
a dispatch elsewhere will show.

!
ELKS WILL ELECT OFFICERS
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t its meeting Tuesday night,

March 10th, Ocala Lodge B. P. O. E.

will elect its officers for the ensuing

year. All members are urged to at

tend this meeting, as the retiring of

ficers of the lodge will have come

interesting information to give the

lodge about its business and plans

for the future.

C. OF C. MEETING POSTPONED
The Children of the Confederacy

have postponed their meeting this

week on account of the Chautauqua.

Mrs. B. H. Sanders, Director.

The contractors are putting some
material on the ground for the new
high school building, and excava excavations
tions excavations for the foundations will com commence
mence commence In a few days.

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We will have on dispTay all the
new Imported Pattern Hats and
Novelties. All the new up-to-date
stock will be sold at actual Cost
for Cash. Sale lasts ten days, un un-til
til un-til Saturday, : Magib 14th only.
Everybody invited to caU. The
Greatest Bargains ever offered in

Ocala.

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COOL SPELL SUGGESTIONS.
Come wind, come snow, let Boreas blow, with robes like these
?. your body will glow. We have the largest and most up-to-dte
2 and down-to-the-mlnute lin of laprobes for auto and buggy that
was ever brougnt to this part of Florida. We have overstocked
our store in them, and osr greed in buying will be your gain in
X coin, as we are going to sell them out ai ridiculously low prices.
I We also have a complete line of rain goods for your bodily pro-
S tection better than insurance and doctors.
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KoigMrfiL IL,aimj

Secretary Rooney was going
around this morning with a big pla placard
card placard pinned on his coat front to re remind
mind remind himself and everybody else
that an auto ride to Silver Springs
is to be given to the visiting K. of P.
Thursday morning, March 12, and
he wants auto owners to volunteer
the use of their cars.

Dr. J. Russell Price, the dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished lecturer now in the city,
is swapping grips with all the Odd
Fellows he meets. He has been a
member of the great three-links
order for forty years.

The Best Policy in Case

of Fire is a

Fire Insurance Policy!
Xot a Blank One,
Not an Intended One.
BUT A POLICY
Duly Signed,
Sealed and
Delivered
TO YOU
BEFORE TUE FIRE
It's the Only Kind
THAT COUNTS:
E. M. OSBORN,
Holder Block. OCALA, FLA.

Messrs. Harvey Hutchinson and R.
B. Smith, two popular knights of
the grip from Gainesville, were over overnight
night overnight visitors, leaving this morning
for Dunnellon and other points.

Mr. W. A. Stringfellow, who was
attending to business in and around
Ocala yesterday, left on the early
train this morning for JainesviIIe.

Mr. H. A. Caruthers went to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville this afternoon on business
for the Ocala Plumbing & Electric
Company.

Mr. John Boyer, representing
New York wholesalers in dry goods
and notions lines, was among the
traveling men in the city today.

Messrs. M. L. Payne and John W.
Smoak. of Fairfield, were in the city

yesterday. Mr. Payne said that the
last few weeks he has been almost
drowned out by rain and almost

frozen out by the cold, but thinks
both he and the crops will recuper

ate.

MOULDED

YOUR FORM
are, the clothes we make for you.
We give you an exact fit, allowing

m f i f x a.

icr eacn ino.ivio.uai peculiarity in lue ;
figure, and giving your form a most

distinguished appearance. The fab fab-rits
rits fab-rits ire the latest weaves from the
best mill3. In the choicest designs.
Our styling Is thoroughly up-to-date
and the finish perfection. Yet you
do cot have to pay us a high price.

TODD l (EOIVilPAMY,

Opposite Harringto n Hall Hotel
OCALA,

XiORIDA

Horses aii lite.

Do not fail to meet Mrs. Spencer
at Gerig's Drug Store on Saturday
afternoon. She demonstrates Xun Xun-nally's
nally's Xun-nally's (absolutely the best) candy.

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I have on hand at all times
at the barns and lot on West
Exposition St, (Broadway) a
big drove of first class horses
and mules for you to make
your selections from. Every
head of this stock has been
selected by me personally in
the markets. I will guarantee
to give you as good stock at
as low price as can be had in
the state. Every animal Is
warranted to be as represented.

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OF OCALA,
OCALA, I LA.
A Bank for the People
Capital $50,000
Surplus and Profits $41,500
Total Assets Over Half A Million

We Solicit Your Business
Special Department for
Savings
4 PER CENT INTEREST COMPOUNDED
QUARTERLY
No Account to Large, None too Small
GEO. J. IUL1TCH, Iresident

V. H. Melt A INKY,
Vice President.
I). E. McIVEU,
Vice President.

I). C. STILKS, Jr.,
Cashier.
W. V. WHEELER,
Assistant Casliier.

LOCAL LEGISLATION

the city was referred back to that XX:X::XKX-

committee with power to act.
Trustees for Water Work and Sew Sewerage
erage Sewerage Funds

B. W. PARTRIDGE, JR.

DAVID S. WOODROW

E. L. WITHERS

Much Work Dune by the Council The names of Messrs.

R.

Hall,

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rV!ii Chore, mail Okeerx-

A MAX OUGHT NOT TO HE SHOT OR PUT INTO AN AS ASYLUM
YLUM ASYLUM JUST BECAUSE HE ORDERS GOODS AWAY FROM
HOME FROM A CATALOGUE HOUSE.
HE ONLY NEEDS TO BE TAUGHT THAT HE CAN HUY BET BETTER
TER BETTER AND CHEAPER AT HOME.
THEN THERE'S NO FREIGHT TO PAY; HE CAN SEE WHAT
HE BUYS BEFORE HE PAYS OUT HIS MONEY; HE IS
SURE OF GETTING RELIABLE, KNOWN BRANDS OF GOODS.
AND WE ARE HERE SG5 DAYS A YEAR TO 3LKE GOOD ON
WHAT WE SAY AND SELL.

Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.

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REAL vs. FALSE Economy pt This Time.
Resist the mental suggestion to curtain your regular taking of
ice until "the weather turns warm again." Your refrigerator it
going nicely now; it is well chilled and it is doing full duty as
your practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a little bit it may sulk on you all tne
remainder of the season.
Maintain your regular supply of OUR ICE all through the season.
That is the way to save on yo"r ice bill.
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO

ACCURACY

SECURITY

Marion County Abstract Company
ESTABLISHED 1S82.
GRAHAM BROTHERS. Lessees,
OCALA FLA.

Tue.-xluy Evtniug on Arthurs
of the Municipality
The city council met last evening
in regular session with seven mem members
bers members present, namely: President
Hunter, Councilmen Bennett, Roess,
Fausett, Knight, Robinson and
Smith.
Minutes of the last -meeting and
special meeting of Feb. 2 4 read and
approved.
Hospital's Reasonable Hequet
Messrs. T. T. Munroe and Ben
Rheinauer appeared and asked the
council to grant free use of electric
lights and water for the hospital.
Mr. Munroe gave a summary of the
work done at that institution during
the past year showing among other
things that a number of patients had
been treated free on account of their

inability to pay for the services ren rendered.
dered. rendered. The running expenses were
over $4800 which amount was con

siderably in excess of the income
from patients, the balance being
made up by subscriptions. He also
cited the fact that the new building
was not yet free from debt. The re request
quest request was referred to the light and
water committee. Mr. Rheinauer's
request that the representatives of

the hospital be granted a conference
with this committee was granted and
a date will be fixed later for, a joint
meeting.
Wants the City to Make Good
Mr. Maurice Strauss appeared in
the interest of a number of property
owners who recently installed orna ornamental
mental ornamental iron light pasts on the streets
in front of their places of business.
It seems that the former council

proposed that the city would furnish
electricity and pay for installation of
these ligiits if the property owners
bought the posts, etc., but that to
date no provision has been made for
the relief of those who had erected
them and they are still paying for
the current used, besides not having
been recompensed for their installa installation.
tion. installation. The matter was referred to the
light and water committee and those
interested were assured that some
adjustment would be made at an
early date.
George GHes. representing the

(Metropolitan Realty & Investment
Company, requested that the open
drain ditch at the corner of South
Magnolia and South Second ; streets
be put in such condition that side sidewalks
walks sidewalks and a permanent building may
be erected. This company contem-

J plates at an early date erecting a
! large building on its property on the

northwest corner of this intersection.
President Hunter instructed City
Surveyor Drake to inspect this prop proposition
osition proposition and make report on same at

once so that arrangements may be j
made to comply with the request of i
the company.
Application of J. F. Pelot as night
police officer was referred to police
committee.
Communication was read from
Miss Lillie Frost announcing her
readiness to pay for the sidewalks in
front of her property on West Broad Broadway
way Broadway as soon as same has been ap approved
proved approved by proper authorities. She
reports that the work does not seem
to be properly executed. Referred to
street committee.
Communication from Mr. A. T.
Thomas regarding bids on street
work was referred to street commit

tee.
Mr. D. N. Waidron's request for
permission to erect awning at his
place of business on North Magriolia
street was granted.
Mr. Marsh, the street superintend superintendent,
ent, superintendent, made report of work being done
in his department.

Census Will 1h Finished Sxin
Inspector Cleveland announced
that he was still at work on the cen census
sus census by wards and would soon have
ready a detailed report. His verbal
report shows quite a handsome in increase
crease increase in population since last cen census.
sus. census. Fire Chief Chambers reported his
department in good shape, and rec recommended
ommended recommended that a quantity of hose
and a hand reel be placed at the ex extreme
treme extreme western line of the city limits
for use in case of fire.
City Attorney Spencer reported
that suits would be begun within

the next few days on all paving and
tax certificates now in his hands.
Report of Dr. H. F. Watt, city
health inspector, was read. It shows
a decided improvement in the sani sanitary
tary sanitary conditions s-urrounding the city
schools, markets, bakeries and dair dairies.
ies. dairies. He says that the desire shown

( on the part of all citizens to conform

j George Reniz and George MacKay

j were submitted as bond trustees for

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for appointment at once.
The bills of the auditors who have
been at work on the city's books for
the past two months were referred
to the finance committee.
Included in me report of the
finance committee was the auditor's
report, giving in detail the findings
of the auditors. This report will be
published in full in a short time, and
will be of special interest to every
citizen and tax payer.
The two ordinances refering to the
Atlantic Coast Line's occupancy of
Osceola street and one for the open opening
ing opening of South Fourth street between

PARTRIDGE-WOODROW i

COMPANY

Sanchez and Watula streets, were
put cn second reading by sections,
and adopted as originally filed.
Volunteer Fire Companies
Councilman Bennett offered a mo motion
tion motion which was carried, authorizing
the organization of two volunteer
fire companies to act in conjunction
with the paid department and under
supervision of fire committee. These
companies are to be furnished with
apparatus consisting of hose, reeds,
etc. One will have headquarters
near the Fausett property in the
third ward, while the other will be
In the northern part of the city near

the Standard Oil Company's prop-

erty, according to the present plan.

The matter was referred to the fire
committee to complete details.
On motion all bills were laid over
until next meeting except those of
the various city departments for sal salaries,
aries, salaries, etc..
The finance committee was au authorized
thorized authorized to close up the deal between
the city and owners of the Dis Dis-mukes
mukes Dis-mukes lot.
Council then adjourned until
Tuesday night, March 17.

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REAL ESTATE.
Auction Lot Sales a Specialty.
Huntington, West Va., and Oca1a Florida.
Anywhere Everywhere t Any time
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS.
Watch this space for particulars ot this variable
body of Marion County's richest lands, wnich will
soon be offered for sale.

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An Old House Under New Management.9

Thirty Bath Rooms.
Running Water in EVERY Room.
Rates: $1 and $1.50 Per Day.

You will like this house now, and you will
be treated right here. i
$12,000 now being spent on improving the
4 house.
: Under same management as Keystone Hotel,

4 Fernandina, Fla.

Ocala,
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DR. J. RUSSELL PRICE
Dr. J. Russell Price gave a very
startling and instructive lecture at

the Temple theater this morning on
a strange subject, "Between Two
Worlds." The audience seemed to
grasp the demonstration and truths
given, so that the mysterious worlds
of delusion were swept from the
minds of'all who listened.

UXA DUIiTFHATKD FUX
NEXT TUESDAY EVEXIXG

Orchestra Comique Will be the
lrifthte.t Event of the Season
Lovers of wholesome, unadulter unadulterated
ated unadulterated fun will welcome the attraction
which will be presented at the Tem Temple
ple Temple theater Tuesday evening, March
10th. when the Dolly Randolph Or Orchestra
chestra Orchestra Comique will appear under
the auspices of the Ocala Chautau

qua. Miss Randolph is an accom accomplished
plished accomplished musician of Chicago whose
ingenuity and cleverness devised this
copyrighted entertainment. She or organizes
ganizes organizes a company of amateurs into
a symphony orchestra and with but

three lessons trains them to play
any instrument found in an orches orchestra.
tra. orchestra. She has been giving this enter entertainment
tainment entertainment for over six years and she
captures her audience wherever she
goes. Ttie entertainment is a suc succession
cession succession of laughable surprises. Un Undreamed
dreamed Undreamed of musical possibilities are
developed in a most clever way. The
management guarantees an evening
full of merriment. Miss Randolph's
conducting is one of the attractive
features but she also appears in a
roll not humorous. She is an accom accomplished
plished accomplished violinist and will render
several solos during the intermission
cn program. 3-4-t

InlMeiry (flfeiri
A line in Hand-Made Braids, etc.
on hand, New York trimmed,
! and the best style values ever
offered, at
$3.00 to $8-00.
Our Designer also is at your ser service
vice service if you wish something ex exclusive
clusive exclusive and original.

Mary likdk
Opening Announced' Shortly.

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WEATHER REPORT

Maximum temperature yesterday,
61. Minimum temperature this
morning, 39.

an honest roan may have a bad title through no fault of bis own"
"a good man does not always mean a good title
"men pass away, titles run n forever.
"an abstract of title is the onlj -nean by which yoo can determine
whether yon are buyin land or a lawbuit'

WEATHER FOR FX' A ST

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tonisrht and Thursday,

I to the ordinances is oominen lable.

SiThese report will probably be pub-UrobabIa local rains; warmer penm-

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the future.

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Motion was made and carried that;

sula tonight.

.'erida title & abstract company.

ocala, fli

WORLD ALMANACS FOR 1914 j

the personal tax and license accounts j Worl 1 Almanacs at Ballard's, 33 j
uncollected be turned over to the i cents each. 1-29-tf j
marshal at once for collection.
Th fin?ncf commit!"',; rort on Fre?h buttermilk daily at Gerig's

the Coleman an.l -Smith iiif .?. fnsf OniS Store. 2-T-tf 1

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THE OCALA EYEXIACi STAR, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4. 1914

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
ISITTIVGER CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. CanoII, General Manager Port V. Leaveriood, IJusiness Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor

TWO IMPORTANT CONFERENCES

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

pimK si

(Domestic)
One year, in advance. .
iix months, in advance.
Three months;, in advance
One month, .n advance.

SL'HSCRI PTIOX RATES
I (Foreign)
....$3.00 One year, in advance
. ... 2.5 i Six months, in advance...
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1.25 Three months, in advance.
.50 One month, in advance...

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ADVERTISING RATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

The following advertising rates will be charged in the Star for po political
litical political announcements in the coming campaign. Announcements will run

from the date of insertion until the election, regardless of length of
time at these rates:
' Daily Weekly Both
County Commissioner $3.00 $3.00 5.00
Member School Board 3.0 0 3.00 5.00
Constable 2.0 0 2.00 4.00
Justice of the Peace 2.0 0 2.00 4.00
All Other Offices 5.00 5.00 10.00
Those requiring over twenty lines will be charged an additional

rate on the same basi;

The spring term
court for Lake count:
vares next ?.Ionday.

The garrison of the Hawaiian Is- j

lands is to be increased at once from Pvthian Knights who will be with us
7, 0tM to nearly 15,000 men. j next week. If you can entertain a
I guest, phone Mr. Brown at 4S or
The Star thinks a whole much, of 1G2, or .Mr. Goddard at 117 or 33!'.
the Lakeland Telegram and is there-! It was an honor to our citv to be
fore annoyed by the fact that it re- chosen lor this great fraternal gath-

Miami Metropolis: Has the Mi Miami
ami Miami board of trade arranged to have
representatives at the Ocala or Kiss-
: immee meetings of the railroad
commission ?
i The Ocala meeting is called for
! March 23 and the KTissimmee meet meet-:
: meet-: inn for March 2-. and the subject
j to be discussed and, it is hoped, ad adjusted
justed adjusted for the advantage or the far-
mers and other shippers of Florida
j is in regard to the '"long and short
haul" law passed at the last session
j of the state legislature.

iiie Ucaia Mar rather looks to
the railroad commission to "lay
down and surrender to the railroads
unless the representatives or' the
people are present 'in force to
put a little necessary spunk into

them." And, although as we under understand
stand understand it, the East Coast territory
would not be affected by the en-
1'orcement of the law as the East j
Coast railway is protected by the
provision for water competition in;
its discrimination in freight rates
from Key West, the railroad com- :
mission should understand that the
people are depending upon it to see
that the law is enforced and that re rebates
bates rebates are paid to those who have
kept their freight receipts since the
first of January.
The law is chapter 052: of the
general statutes of Florida and pro provides
vides provides that it will be unlawful for
"any railroad company engaged in
the business of common carriers of
freight in this state, to charge or re receive
ceive receive any greater compensation in

for accommodations for the host of j tne aggregate for tha transportation
i

iiesiu o: nature tor a snort-

OTJR POLTOY..
It has always been the policy of this bank to aid in
every way possible the upbuilding of -this section of the
state. Florida has wonderful undeveloped resources,
none, of which offer greater possibilities than farming.
We are especially anxious to be of service to the
farmers and solicit their business with that end in view.

Tola!
Resoii'Cfs
Over
$650,000.00

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INCORPORATED

OCALA, FLORIDA

"THE BEST IN BANKING."

of the circuit i PREPARING I Oil THE PYTHIAXS
begins in Ta-
j -Messrs. Jake Brown and Charlie
' Goddard are out, canvassing the city

ceives its exchange copy on an aver average
age average of only four days in the week.

Professor at Agricultural School:
What kinds of farming are there?
New Student: Extensive, intensive

and pretensive. Indianapolis Star. J
Why did he leae out expensive?!

ering, and it will be a great credit to
it tq entertain the knights in a man manner
ner manner that will cause them to remem remember
ber remember their visit to Ocala only with
pleasure.

er t3i an for

longer distance over

( OLOXEL ROGERS OAS
RECEIVED HIS COMMISSION

Mrs. Georgia Bullock, a lady law- Mr Robert F. Rogers has received
yer of California, and probably a j his commission as postmaster of
relative of the distinguished Florida Ocala.
family of the same name, will de-j "Colonel Bob" is the first demo demo-fend
fend demo-fend v. famous border criminal, who Cratic postmaster Ocala has had in
is accused of murder.. sixteen years, and as his appoint-
" meat is a result of the victory of the

Not wishing to be conceited, butIarty, all democrats should lay aside

factional and personal feeling and
heartily congratulate him. The Star

the views set forth by Sir Edward
Grey, British foreign secretary, in

The Star sincerely hopes

regard to the Benton case, are itlen-. fcnows him well, enough to guarantee
tically the same as those prophesied that he would congratulate and help
by the Star in a short editorial last j any other candidate who might have
week. j been successful instead of himself.

j Mr. Rogers says he is going to try
that j t0 niake the best postmaster Ocala

when war breaks out with Mexico, : ever had. He says he will try, but
as it probably will, that the bright j won't guarantee that he will suc suc-and
and suc-and spicy editorial writers of the ; Ceed, as he knows his predecessor
Times-Union, the Tampa Tribune j has made a most capable and accep accep-and
and accep-and all the Hearst papers will be j table official, and there have been
found in the 'forefront of the battle, j other very good men in the office

but it thinks it is darn doubttul mat before him

they will be.

the same line or route in the same
direction, the shorter, to be include I
in the longer distance." etc.
' Florida's shipping products are
ihe source of her greatest wealth
and what is of interest to the ship shippers
pers shippers in one section of the state is o;
interest to other sections a "square
deal" for all the people should be
demanded by all the people, and the
railroad commission should under understand
stand understand that Dade county hopes to see
it stan:l by the people in the ap ap-P
P ap-P roa eh i n g conferences.

Mr. Rogers will make as many dm- j

j provements in the local service as
Its the Star's opinion that if the j are in his power. The people must
United States invaded Mexico, con- j understand that the postmaster can
quered and took possession of the j ao very little more than make rec rec-country,
country, rec-country, and announced that the I ommendations to the department.
American flag had been planted on I He will have a telephone installed at

Popocatapetl for keeps, that the his own expense, and will make rec-

very great majority of the Mexicans
would knuckle down and be peace peaceful.
ful. peaceful. But if we send an army into the

ommendations for installing more
mail boxes at needed points. He is
going to try to have a night watch-

country simply to pacify it, matters j man appointed for the federal build-

would be as bad as ever soon after
the army was withdrawn.

"Conductor, can you tell me how
that brakeman lost his finger?" ask asked
ed asked the inquisitive woman. "He
seems to be a very nice fellow. It's
a pity he should be crippled."
"That's just it mum. He is a good
fellow. He is so obliging that he
wore out his finger pointing out the
scenery along the line." Chicago
News.
A similar accident happened to
the mate on a Hart Line steamer
during the tourist season.

ing, and will also endeavor to have
electric light posts installed at the
corners of the square. In order to
do this, he will have to have a guar guarantee
antee guarantee that the city will furnish the
current. He will also impress on
it the necessity of paving Washing Washington
ton Washington street in front of the postoffice;
to all of which reasonable requests
the Star recommends our city dads
to give favorable consideration.

The request of Messrs. Munroe
and Rheinauer, that the city council
give light and water free to the hos hospital
pital hospital seems to the Star reasonable,
and that it would be justice and not
charity to grant it. The hospital is
a good deal of a public institution,
and in the course of every year much

LIGHT FOR THE LEGISLATURE
As will be seen by his announce announcement
ment announcement elsewhere, Mr. L. S. Light will
again be' a candidate for the office of
representative of Marion county in
the lower house of the Florida legis-

j lature.

Mr. Light has served two terms in
the house, and has gained a great
store of experience, which he hopes
to make most useful to his constitu constituents
ents constituents if he is again elected..
Mr. Light has his critics and will
likels have opponents. A number

PROPFR AND IMPROPER
The detinitions given in the dic dictionary
tionary dictionary seem very simple- indeed, but
the real dividing line between prop proper
er proper and improper will be found to
ary greatly with time and place, in individual
dividual individual and racial peculiarities, and
the point of view. Right and wrong
may be decided by law and con conscience,
science, conscience, b"t "propriety" is largely a
matter of custom and environment.
A discreet person will not disre disregard
gard disregard it, however. St. Paul. who
was a wise man and a great traveler,
advised us when in Rome to do as
the Romans do; and it really isn't
bad policy to respect the customs of
your community. You may thereby
save a broken head, or even a term
in jail, and jail is seldom attractive,
save to militant suffragettes and the
common or garden hobo who wishes,
as winter approaches, to board at the
expense of the county.
In the Easter parade on Fifth
Avenue, costumes and their wearers
are on exhibition, to be seen of men.
In a Mohammedan country, where
women are secluded, it is not really
proper to stare closely or try to look
under a woman's veil. Besides be being
ing being rude and inquisitive, it may
cause your sudden demise, if her
relatives catch you.
In the Stone Age, and more re recently
cently recently among Australian savages, it
was strictly etiquette for a man to
stun his chosen bride with a club,
and make off with her while uncon unconscious.
scious. unconscious. As the skulls were reason reasonably
ably reasonably thick, no serious damage was
done. Such practice would be
counted highly improper in this
thin-skinned and thin-skulled gener

ation. The laws against kidnapping
are severe, and Delaware uses the
whipping-post for wife-beaters.
In ancient Sparta, children were

forced to steal their food Spartai

boy-with-fox-tearing-his-vitals is a
childhood favorite. Such treatment
would tend, as a race, to make them
hardy (also light-fingered and to
quicken their wits. Its effect upon
their descendants may be guessed
from the saying current now in the
Orient "that it takes ten Jews to
beat one Greek". In this day and
age, however, such youngsters
would land in the reform school, and
the Gerry Society would have some something
thing something to say to their parents aboat
non-support.
Mrs. Brigham Young was distinct distinctly
ly distinctly a collective noun; in Mohamme Mohammedan
dan Mohammedan countries lour wives at a time
are permissible, and in Thibet, four
or more husbands. In America, in
this twentieth century, while one
may attain that number of partners
by due diligtnce. it is better to take
them one at a time rather than si simultaneously,
multaneously, simultaneously, as the law is severe on
,b:gamists.
In China and Japan eld age is
hen ore I and ancestor-worship pre pre-.
. pre-. ails, but among some savage tribes,
vhen grandpa gets too old they
:. nock hi iii cn the head, put him in
the pot, and hae him for dinner.
Americans are reputed extravagant
and irreverent, but those of us who
are fortunate enough to be able to
trace our pedigrees thus far, think
too much of our grandparents to
waste them in that way.
In the famous days of chivary it
was taken for granted that the
world owed every knight and his
retinue a living, and they loafed
around the country and collected it
in whatever way they liked-their
neighbor's horses, or cattle, or cas castle,
tle, castle, or wife, as might suit him dur during
ing during said neighbor's absence, he prob probably
ably probably being similarly engaged him himself
self himself elsewhere. Neither society nor
the law approves of such perform performances
ances performances nowadays, and the sheriff is
likely to take a hand. Yet people
prate of the good old days!
In general, i your neighbor's
ways shock you as extremely im improper,
proper, improper, try to make allowance for
him. He may mean well, but per perhaps
haps perhaps has been born out of his day
and generation an atavism or re reversion
version reversion to type and might have
been esteemed the pink of propriety
in the days of Henry VIII or King
John.
Probably the most practical, up-to-date
guide as to what is proper in
manners and morals in public is the
policeman. If you don't conform
pretty closely to his ideas, he will
run you in and let you explain to the
judge later. May you all have no
difficulty in doing this satisfactor satisfactorily,
ily, satisfactorily, should occasion arise. Life.

H
; name Ml A A ME ..

, AND MJH3

ACH WEEK

AND

YOU WILL

SEE

EACH WEEK IF YQIL.WILL WATCH THIS SPACE,
YOU WILL ALWAY SEE MY SMILING FACE;
AND I WILL TELL YOU SOMETHING NEW;
TVILL BE OF INTEREST TO YOU.
PRINCE CHARMING,
ESPE CIA LLY EM PL O YED B Y
A. E. BURNETT,

THE RELIABLE JEWELER MERCHANT'S BLOCK

OCALA

CARI OF THANKS

We wish to sincerely thank one
and all for the many acts of
kindness, words of sympathy and
cheer and for the very great
honor shown to the memory of our
husband, father, son and brother.
Mrs. E. L. Howell and children.
W. W. Howell, father.
iM. E. Howell.' mother.
C. B. and J. C. Howell, brothers.
Mrs. E. E. Shealy, sister.

more unpaid work is done there for

the unfortunate than its lights and i of prominent men in the county

water bill would pay; it brings j claim that he has failed to carry out
many people and causes much mon- j some of his promises in the last
ey to be spent here, and it is not yet ,j campaign, and threaten to make it
so rich and powerful as not to find j warm for him this time.
holninsr However. Mr. Light has by no

jian(j j means lost all his friends. He has j
j many who will stand by him loyally, j

Kit 6IRDS

J. E. CHACE
Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, ll, Holder Block
Phone 250
OCALA. FLORIDA
Terms: Cash.
L. F. I1LA LOCK
Oental Surgreon

Rev. R. H. Morris of Philadelphia,
Pa., is expected here the latter part
of the week on a brief visit to his
brother, George P. (Morris. Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, the 10th, will be the fiftieth an anniversary
niversary anniversary of the marriage of their
mother, Mrs. I. X. Morris of Waldo,
and they will speend the day with
her. Gainesville Sun.

ELECTRICALLY
HEAlTED4OVEM
..EL RAKO attaches to any electric
ight socket. The current is controll-
il by a snap switch. At high tem tem-j
j tem-j perature El Bako consumes about

the same amount of electrlcty as the

! Hotpoint Iron. Accomodates two
large loaves of bread, or two pies,
I or a good sized roast or chicken.

The heating element is guaranteed
for 5 years.

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IPpice S12

OCALA

H. W, TUCKER

FLORIDA

Frank Chase has awakened from H will have a harder fight than he j
his dream of beating Claude L'Engle nad in 1912 ut it will take a a-for
for a-for congressman-at-large. It remains : eighty popular man to beat him. j

to be seen if Albert Williamson, who
is also running at large, will he able! A friend of the Star's reminds it
to likewise shuffle off his dream from emphatically that the new residence
v, eomc. ri h0fn n cniminfltps section in the east of town is Lin-

!
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211

Paul P. Brinson of the Lumber

Manufacturing Company, has re returned
turned returned from a visit to Ocala. This
company has the contract to furnish
the screens for the Ocala House, one
of the largest hostelries in Central
Florida. Gainesville Sun.

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OCALA, FLORIDA

into a nightmare about next June. ; wood Park and not Linwood Adii-

Arcadia Enterprise. j tion- and to be sure "Park" is the
Well, Albert is having lots of fun more appropriate as well as the
with himself while his dream lasts. more stylish name.

PIANO TUNING

J E FRAMPTON
formerly of Lamar, Mo., is

Expert

now located in Ocala

work guaranteed. References

given. Call or address, 229
Ibmchertv St.. Orala Fla.

COTTAGE FOIt P.EXT
! My cottage on South Third street,
' next door west of the primary school
house, all mo Urn convenience-, is
for rent at I2 per month. R. R
Carroll. 1-23-tf

For Program and Detailed Information, see

j.

Secretary Marion County of Board. Trade

Fresh bread, cakes and pies every j
day; delivered to any part of the i

city. Heintz' Bakery. 12-21

-triSTAR Want Ads are business I ringers



THE OCALA EVENING STAR. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1014

FIVE

KEEP THIS IN SIGHT

Social Program of the .Lake. Weir
Yacht Club, with Headquarters
at Eastlake for March

tea ever,
p. m.

Informal cards and
Thursday afternoon :i to

Thursday, March oth, au informal ;
dance at 7:30 p. ci.
Saturday March 7th, C p. m. Pic-!
nic supper at Lakeside Hotel, Weirs-;
dale. Dancing and card.
Thursday, March 12th, 7:30 p. m. j
Instrumental and vocal concert at j
club house by Weirsdale and South ;

DRAWN OVER FALLS

Great Sacrifice of Animal Life in
Niagara Cataract.

: !li

Birds Especially Are Victims, While
Geese, Ducks and Squirrels, Foxes
and Bears Also Meet Death in
the Seething Flood.

New York. The Niagara pitfall or
'swan trap," as appropriately dubbed

Lake Weir-talent, under direction of j at present, deservedly claims

H. Bickley.

Benefit of

Mrs. W.

building fund. General admission
25 cents. Reserved seats oO cents.
Saturday, March 14th, 7:30 p. m.
Informal dance.
Tuesday, March 17th, St. Patrick's
Day celebration. 3 p. m., splash par party.
ty. party. 6 p. m Picnic supper, with Irish
stew. 8 p. m. Irish costume dance.
Dancers must be in Irish dress or col color.
or. color. Dramatic character readings by
Mrs. N. A. Caliison, of Gainesville,
and violin solos by Miss Florence
McCarthy, of Gainesville. All in at attendance
tendance attendance are urged to costume.
Saturday, March 21st, 7:30 p. m.
Informal dance.
. Thursday, March 26th, mistrel
music by Ocala talent and victrola
records of the masters by Hugo Sch Schroder,
roder, Schroder, of Eastlake, benefit of build building
ing building fund. Admission 25 cents.
Dancing.
Saturday, March 2Sth, 7:30 p. m.
Informal dance.
Wednesday, April 1st, 7:30 p. m.
April Fool's costume dance.

:!!!!

con

siderable attention from the local
ornithologists of that region, and their
reports have always been read with

decided avidity in ornithological cir- j jjji!

cles. These observers, as do others j
more remote, rue the fact of this al-j
most yearly sacrifice, yet they feel j
their helplessness. With many birds j
and animals, it bas been an ever re- j
curring phenomenon which has been j
noted more or less irregularly in the I
historical literature of this country. J
These dozens or more buried notes
from sources not always easily acces-
sible to all zoologists may be of j
enough pertinent historical interest j
to warrant their collection in one

article, Albert Hazen Wright says in I j
Forest and Stream. j j
The first and most extended account j j
Is from a letter by Peter Kalm, who j ;
wrote September 2, 1750, that "several j
of the French gentlemen told me that j
when birds come flying into this fog
or smoak of the fall, they fall down j
and perish in the water; either be- j
cause their wings become wet, or j
that the noise of the fall astonishes i

they

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thf-m. l.TU
; go in the

j opinion, that seldom or never any bird j
j perishes there i;; that manner; be;
ranse a thpv ?. rfp atnnr? the ',

abundance of birds found dead below j
I the falls, there are no ether sorts than
such as live and swim frequently in i
j the water; as swans, geese, ducks, j
y 1 water hens, teal and the like. I
& j "And very often great flocks of them

j are seen going to uestruction m tins
i manner; they swim in the -river above

it

Steinway,
Chickering
and other
PIANOS,
Victrolas and
Records.
Latest Sheet Music
1 5c per copy.
Also
10c Editions
in stock.

ORANGE SPRINGS

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When you buy Chocolates, of course: the fall, and so are carried down lower

you want the most of the best that

your money entitles you to, and
that's why your "buy word" should
always be

fa

Because they are always goqd, are
guaranteed to be fresh, and they
offer you the finest varieties of
Sweets prepared by the world's best
candy-makers.
T. W. THOXLER
The Home of Huyler's.

Mciver. & MacKa

Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
1). E. McIVEll and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
All Work Done by. Licensed. Em-
baimers and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES:
D. E. McIVEll 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking Office
Coming South?
For sale 50 improved farms,
10 to 600 acres, northern
Marion County, Florida. Al Also
so Also 2,000 acres cut-over land
well located; fine truck and
orange section. Write foi
description and prices. Come
see me.
JOHN L. DAVIS,
IRVINE. FLORID

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P. D. ODELL

I CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.

Estimates on any kind
X of Building furnished on
short notice. All work
t guaranteed.

117 X. SANCHEZ STREET.
r. O. BOX. NO. 438.
PHONE XO. 368 OCALA

A. M. BOBDITT
XEW AND SECOXD IIAN
Furniture
Bought and Sold.

Farm Tools, Caroline Engines, Wag Wagons,
ons, Wagons, I.uggies, Harness, Reds anc
Bedding, Stores, Tinware, Queen
ware, Crockery, Etc.
Phone 481
313 S. Main Street, Ocala, Fla

and lower by the wter, and as water
fowl commonly "delight in being car

ried with the stream, so here they t
indulge themselves in enjoying this j
pleasure so long, till the swiftness of j
the water becomes so great that t is 1
no longer possible for them to rise,
but they are driven down the preci- I
pice and perish. They are observed j
when they draw nigh the fail to en- j
deavor with all their might to take I
wing and leave the water, but they j
cannot. In the months of September i
and October such abundant quantities j
of dead water fowl are found every I
morning below the fall, on the shore, j

thct the garrison of the fort for a long
time live chiefly upon them; besides
the fowl they find also several sorts
of dead fish, also deer, bears and other
animals which have tried to cross the
water above the fail; the larger ani ani-arnls
arnls ani-arnls are generally found broken to

pieces. ... 1 was tola at uswego
that in October or thereabouts such

plenty of feathers are to be found here

below the falls, that a man in a day's
time can gather enough of them for
several bed3, which feathers they said
came off the birds killed at this fall.

I asked the French if this was true.
They told me they had never seen
such a thing; but that if the feathers

were picked off the dead birds, there
might be such a quantity."

Toward the close of the eighteenth

century, Isaac eld, Jr.. made the
following observations: "Having

reached the margin of the river, we
proceeded toward the great fall, along
the strand, which for a considerable
part of the way thither consists of

horizontal beds of limestone rock, cov

ered with gravel, except, indeed,
where great piles of stones have fallen
from the sides of the cliff. These
horizontal beds of rock, in some
places extend very far into the river.

forming points which break the force

of the current, and occasion strong
eddies along particular parts of the
shore. Here great numbers of the

bodies of fishes, squirrels, foxes- and

various other animals, that, unable to
tern the current of theriver above
the falls, have been carried down
them and consequently killed, are
washed up. The shore Is likewise
found strewed with trees, and large
pieces of timber, that have been
swept away from the sawmills above
the falls and carried down the preci precipice.
pice. precipice. The timber is generally terribly
shattered, and the carcasses of all
the large animals, particularly of large
fishes, are found very much bruised.
A dreadful stench arises from the
quantity of putrid matter lying on the
shore, and numbreless birds of prey,
attracted by it, are always seen hover hovering
ing hovering about the places.
These "wild bears" might hare been
car-marked settlers' swine run wild,
a fact of which DeWitt Clinton did
not apparently take cognizance when
he penned the following remarks:

"This island (Goat) was formerly the j
place where eagles erected their j
aeries, as well on account of its seclu-
sion, as its propinquity to the car- j
casses below the falls. Some years i
ago a large deer was seen for two or
three weeks wading a short distance ;
into the rapids from this island, and
retreating. He had been drifted down j

from above, and not knowing the safe
passage to the shore, he no doubt was
carried over the falls. Volley says
that he found at the bottom of th
precipice the carcasses of some deer, ;
and wild bears which the current had
hurried down the cataract on theL i
attempting to swim across the river
above it."

A. M. LANSFORD
Manager.
Opposite
Harrington Hoi!

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

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ST A T E ATTO RX EY

Orange Springs, March 3. Mr. P.
O. Marky, with the Merryday Gro Grocery
cery Grocery Company, of Palatka, was a
visitor in town on business the last
of the week. j
Mr. G. Valkman, of Willmington,
Kan., was a guest of the Carlton
House last week.
Dr. W. A. Warren, of Palatka,

was a professional visitor here Sun

day.
Mr. and Mrs. Z. C. ChamtJiiss and
Mr. Don Mciver, of Ocala, wh wh-came
came wh-came up with the remains of iha
late Mrs. Pike, were the g.:e5ts j.
Mr. J. B. Hall and family.
Mrs. Moody and son, Mr. Dell
Moody, and Mrs. George Martin, and
Mrs. T. Bishop were the guests of
M-. and Mrs. R. A. Carlton.
There were quite a number of the
girlhood frienis of Mrs. Pike, who
were present at the funeral to pay
the last tribute of respect. The
f.oral offering was most beautiful.
Mr. E. L. Wartmann. of Citra,
was present at the interment of
Mrs. Pike. He was accompanied
back to Citra by Mr. Lee Cox and
Mr. and .Mrs. Eugene Cox, of Atlan Atlanta.
ta. Atlanta. Mr. H. II. tlarkey, of Jacksonville

was here Friday in the interest of
the Metropolis. j
Mrs. E. If. Johnson and daughter,;
Miss Erva, who have spent the last
week here leave today for Kenwood j
to remain till summer, when theyj
will go to Buffalo, X. Y. j
Mr. Alfred Aver, of Ocala, the
popular tax assessor, was here Fri-j
day. lie was registere l at the Carl-j
ton House. j
A beautiful young lady arrived ;
Sunday morning at the home of Mr. ;
a?iJ Mrs. G. J. Apel. She weighs!
ten pounds.
Mr. I. P. Bowers, of Kansas, is a
recent arrival at the Springs, a guest i
of the Carlton House. j
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Arnesen :
an 3 five children left last Wednes-j

day tor their home m Minnesota.
Mr. Marion Matchett, a former
resident of this place, is visiting his
brother, Mr. L. T. Matchett.
The Boy Scouts held a meeting

ments for a hike to Island Lake.

1914

1914

Spring Millinery
Opening Announcement
m
THE LADIES of Marion and nearby coun counties
ties counties are invited to attend our Spring Open Open-ing
ing Open-ing of Newest Designs in Domestic and Im Imported
ported Imported Millinery to be held at our store on
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, March4
4th, 5th, and 6th.

MRS. JESSIE HAYCRAFT

NEXT TO MASTERS

OCALA, FLA.

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Jacksonville's Finest
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Florida's Largest and Best Year

Round Hotel :
The Hotel you take your Mother, JVife or Sister to
Home Hotel of the State :

RATES :
European Plan S1.50;Per Day and Upward
A. M. Wilson, Thos. M. Wilson, i
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GEORGE W. SCHOFIELD
I am a candidate for re-election to
the office of state attorney for the
fifth judicial circuit, and solicit
Vroui vote at the June primary.
Respectfully,
George W. Schofield.
Inverness, Florida.

Regular convocations of the Ocala'

Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Simmons, II. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.

KICKAPOO WORM"

KIUiKK KXPKLS WORMS!

The cause of your child's ills the
foul, fetid, offensive breath the
startling up with terror and grind grinding
ing grinding teeth while asleep the sallow
complexion the dark circles under

the eyes are all indications of j

worms. Kickapoo Worm Killer is

what your child needs; it expels theij
worms, the cause of the child's un-H

healthy condition, for the removal
of seat, stomach and pin worms,
Kickapoo Worm Killer gives sure re relief.
lief. relief. Its laxative effect adds tone to
the general system. Supplied as a
2aniy confection children like it.
Safe and sure relief. Guaranteei.
Buy a box today, 25 cents. All drug druggists
gists druggists or by mail. Kickapoo Indian
Medicine Co., Philadelphia or St.
Louis. ad

FRESH EGGS THAT ARE FRESH
EVERY ONE GUARnNfEED.
Call FIhjnB IOS.

W. II MARSi

City Market

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

To the Democratic Voters of Mar Marion
ion Marion County: I am a candidate for
member of the House of Representa Representatives,
tives, Representatives, from our county, in the next
legislature, and subject to your de decision
cision decision at the polls in the democratic
primary June 2nd, 1914.
ry respectfully,
Citra, Fla. W. J. Crosby.
JIARIOX COUNTY DIRECTORY
Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bui
lock, Ocala.
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nngem
ocala.
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
lax Collector V. L. Colben
Ocala.
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocal
Treasurer John M. Graham
Ocala.
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala
Judge of Prouate Wm. E. Smith
Jcala.

County Commissioners C. Carm
hael, Ocaia; J. W. Davis. Summei
ield: W T Henderson. Lynne, D. l
vVatkiu. Dunnellon; Walter Luf
nan, Sparr.
Board Public Inmction J. ..
rinson, Superintenatit. Ocala: i
i. Blitch, Biitchton; J. S. Grauiharr

OCALA NOTHERN SCHEDULE
No. 72 Leave Ocala daily 1:15
. m. Arrive Palatka daily except
Vanday, 4:45 p. m. Arrive Palatka
Sunday, 4:15 p. m.
No. 71 Leave Palatka daily ex ex-ept
ept ex-ept Sunday, 7:40 a. m. Arrive
Ocala 1 1 a. m.
No. 73 Leave Palatka Sunday, 8
i. m. Arrive Ocala, 11 a. m.

To Cure a Col a m One Day
nSce mXAT IVE IiROMO Qninine. It stopa th
ough ai.d Headaclie and worts off the Cold
TUKgists refund nf"-? ;f it fails to cur
W. GROV" each bot 25..

OCALA rUBLIC LIBRARY
Open daily except Sunday from 3

.o 5 p. m. Board of Trade rooms,

)cala House block.
Louise E. Gamsby, Librarian

The
Laundry
That
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Ocaia
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Himseli on His Appearance

Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne-
cessity is Our Business
Ocala Steam Laundry
402-401 S. Main Street Phone 101. f

OCALA, FLORIDA

Fresh 'buttermilk daily at Gerig's
rue Store. 2-7-tf

FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Maxwell runabout, model A. B., 14
H. P., in good condition and fully
equipped; will sell at a bargain for
:ah or exchange for lot in city
'.imits. Address Auto, care Star.

KNIGHTS OF PVTHIAS

CAIiA LniKJH AO. '2Vi. is. I. O. r;
Ocala Lodge. No. 2Sb. Benovelem
nd Protective Order of h."ik, raeVf
he second and fourth Tuesday even
i in each ;r.onth. VisiMng breth
-n a'wav welcome.
C"ia. W. Hr.nr. K. R.
lo.-oph 1.!. Sef'Terat"." Ad
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oronin. i.or-or f. of a

Emniergieinicy
Work
in auto repairing requires thorough
skill. Send your car here where skill
is assured. We don't have to take
the entire machine apart to find out
what is the matter. Ve know at a
glance what is wrong and we right it
as quickly and thoroughly as can
possibly be done. Make us prove it.

LUCKIE'S GARAGE,

17 N. Main St.
OCALA, FLA.

Choice of 5 Tourist Trains
North- and West
DIXIE FLYER" "SEMINOLE LIMITED" "DIXIE LIMITED"
"SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED" "MONTGOMERY ROUTE"
VIA

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STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH

Ocala Loagre No. 19. Convenrior.
reld every Monday at p. m.
Castle- Hull, over the Jatrs Carlil
drugstore. A cordial wercoi3 to vi
Iiing brothers. Wm. M. Gober, C. C
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Art

ror.'or lia Lodir". ""'-t;
America, riier- y Vonae's Ha!
rh? e.-'od Th'sr'ir-v eoiua o
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Chas K aze, Secretary

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Pullman Cars Jacksonville to Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Louis
vine, In'dianapoiis, Cleveland, Grand Rapids and intermediate points.
DINING AND OBSERVATION CARS
For tickets and information cad cn Atlantic Coast Lne Ticket
t-ients, or J. G. KIRKLAND, D. I. A.. Taiupa, Fla., Hillsborb Ilotel.



I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS f
(If you have any items for this department call phone 10 6)

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Kntertained by Mrs. Blalock
Mrs. L. F Blalock entertained to today
day today at a 1 o'clock luncheon in com compliment
pliment compliment to her sister-inlaw, Mrs.
John Blalock of Atlanta, who is her
house guest for a time. Mrs. Bla Blalock,
lock, Blalock, who is a charming hostess
upon all occasions, was never more
so than upon this most pleasant one.
The dining room of the Blalock
home was most tastefully decorated,
the table being resplendent in its
snowy naperies, cut glass and silver.

The color motif wa3 pink, the center j

decorations being an Immense clus- j and Mrs. I. F. Bennett, who has just
ter of exquisite pink roses in a cut returned to Ocala to reside,
glass bowl intertwined with plumosa, Mrs. Koonce happily welcomed the
which trailed its graceful sprays to guests in the reception hall and as as-each
each as-each individual cover where rested sisting her besides the honorees
an elegant rose, a corsage bouquet of were Mrs. Jack Camp, Mrs. Edward
orange blossoms marking the cover Holder and Mrs. Clarence Camp,
of the honoree, who was seated at i The five tables for the games were
her hostess' right, with tMiss Lula placed in the reception hall and liv liv-Robertson
Robertson liv-Robertson of Ellzabethtown, Ky., on j ing room, which were beautified with
her left. Mrs. E. t. Carney occupied j cut flowers, and the prize for top
the seat at the other end of the ta- j score was a box of very pretty hand-

from Shelbyville, Ky., for an extend extended
ed extended visit with Mrs. Beard's sister;
Mrs. Bunyan Stephens. Mrs. Steph Stephens
ens Stephens also ha3 as her lovely guest an another
other another sister. Miss Lola McClure, of
Shelbyville.
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Mrs. Koonce Entertained at Auction
A charmingly informal affair of
the week was the auction party giv given
en given this afternoon at 3 o'clock by
Mrs. J. C. B. Koonoe, complimenting
Mrs. Edward R. Hart, who leaves to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for. her home in Suffolk, Va.,
Miss Willie Camp of Franklin, Va.,

ble, with Mrs. Louis W. Duval on her
right and Mrs. Sam Pyles, Mrs.
George Taylor and Mrs. Charles
Schneider occupying the other seats.

kerchiefs, and to the guests of honor
were presented attractive perfume
bottles, inlaid with silver.
At the conclusion of the games the

The six-course luncheon was beau- hostess, assisted by her lovely niece,
tifully and daintily served and done j Miss iMinnie Stovall and Miss Mary
full justice to by this bevy of charm- j Burford, served tomato salad and ac ac-ing
ing ac-ing and elegantly gowned ladies. I cessories with parfait in tall glasses,
The menu consisted of grape fruit 1 white cake and coffee. The latter
and cherries, followed by roast tuT- j was poured in the library by Mrs.
key and cranberry sauce, rice, cream j Holder.
potatoes, celery, peas, hot .buttered i Enjoying iMrs. Koonce's lovely
rolls, Waldorf salad, wafers, whip- party and the afternoon with the

ped cream capped with strawberries,
pound cake, fruit cake, coffee and
cheese straws.
Mrs. BJaloek's luncheon will long
be remembered as one of the love loveliest
liest loveliest of the season.
Master Harris Powers is in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville visiting his aunts, Mrs.
Shoemaker and Miss Irma Powers.
He was accompanied to Jacksonville
"by his uncle, Mr. T. H. Harris.
Mr. and '.Mrs. S. P. Hollinrake,
who have been in Jacksonville on a
few days' business and pleasure trip,
returned home last night. They
were guests at the new Hotel Mason
while In the metropolis.
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Mrs. R, L. Martin of Lake Weir is
in the city, and one of the most ap appreciative
preciative appreciative attendants of the Chau Chautauqua.
tauqua. Chautauqua. Mrs. E. M. Osborn and n Mrs. Dal Dallas
las Dallas Jeffcoat have the sympathy of
. friends in the loss of their mother
and grandmother, Mrs. Evers, who
died very suddenly at her home in
Plant City Monday night. iMrs. Os Osborn
born Osborn and Mrs. Jeffcoat went to Plant
City yesterday to attend the funeral.
Mrs. James Taylor and daughter,
and Mrs. J. W. Stoeckle and daugh daughter
ter daughter left this morning for Jackson

ville to visit Mrs. Allen, mother of

Mrs. Taylor and Mrs.. Stoeckle,
The many friends of Mrs. J. II.
Dunn will regret to learn that she is
quite sick at her home in the sec second
ond second ward. She returned from a
visit to St. Petersburg Sunday and
has been sick ever since.
Mrs. S. L. Beard and Master Mar Marion
ion Marion Beard arrived this afternoon

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YACHT "CITY OF OCALA"
I 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- y
way in the world. Boat sails
from Silver Springs every
Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Satur-day
day Satur-day morning at 8 o'clock. ..

Sails from Palatka tevery
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 aopli aopli-ance.
ance. aopli-ance. For furth r information, ap apply
ply apply or write to
C. (Ed) Carroichael,
Ocala, Fla.
Weller Carmictiacl,
Silver Springs, Fla.
Charles Rotioff,
Palatka. Florida.
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THE
SILVER SPRINGS CO.

rinala GUron Gnn n era Pa1l-a N

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honorees were Misses Alice Bullock,
Mary Burford, Lula 'Robertson, Clara
Johnson, Elizabeth Kane, Mrs. E. L.
Carney, "Mrs. M. J. Roess, Mrs. R. C.
Camp, Mrs. Guy Ayer, (Mrs. Emily
Green, Mrs. Frederick Hocker, Mrs.
Charle3 Rheinauer, (Mrs. Gustave
Rheinauer, Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs.
Harvey Clark, Mrs. R. L. Anderson,
Mrs. Holder, Mrs. Clarence Camp
and Mrs. Jack Camp.
Donned the Toga Virilis
Jacksonville Metropolis, 3: Last
evening at the residence of Mr. Har Harold
old Harold E. Ricker on Oak street, River Riverside,
side, Riverside, a number of his frineds gather gathered
ed gathered and pleasantly surprised him, the
occasion being his twenty-first birthday.

Mr. Ricker has been connected
with the clerical department of the
American National Bank for the
past three years, and last evening his
co-workers gave him the surprise
part. They also presented him with
a pair of silver military brushes as a
birthday gift.
Mr. Ricker is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest A. Ricker of Riverside
and is a very popular young man.
During the evening tempting re refreshments
freshments refreshments were served,' sixteen of
his co-workers enjoying the evening.
Miss Marjorie Russ, of Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, D. C, who was the popular
guest of Miss Willie Louise. Lowry,
departed last week for her home.
Miss Russ was accompanied 'by her
hostess, will remain in Washington
until after Easter. Miss Lowry and
iMiss Russ will visit 'New York to together
gether together and they expect to have a de delightful
lightful delightful time, and quite a number of
pleasant social affairs will be given
complimentary to -Miss Lowry.
Tampa Times.
Miss Lowry and Miss Russ wTere
visitors to Ocala when the Tampa
and, Ocala golfers met on the links
here for a match game recently.
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Miss Willie Camp of Franklin,
Va., who has been visiting relatives
in Florida for several weeks, arriv arrived
ed arrived this afternoon for a visit to Ocala
relatives, and is the guest of Mrs.
Clarence Camp.
Mr .and Mrs. I. F. Bennett arriv arrived
ed arrived this afternoon to make their home
in Ocala, which will be welcome
news to the many friends of Mrs. 1
Bennett, who was formerly 'Miss Leta
Camp, a popular member of the
city's society contingent.
Sheriff J. P. Galloway left this af-!
ternoon for :Miami, where he goes
to pay a visit to his mother, who is
S4 years of age.
Mrs. H. S. Chambers, who has;
been in the hospital for some time, j
has recovered and is at home again, j
Miss Unie Tompkins, one of Bush Bush-nell's
nell's Bush-nell's prettiest young ladies, visited
some of her Ocala friends yesreriay
evening and today.

-uiss cmmie wunerspoon o' f
Greensboro, X. C. is visiting her
cousins. Mr. and Mrs. John Do:lge in
this city, after which she will gro to j
Ocala to be the guest of Mrs. W. H. I
Dodge. Jacksonville Metropolis. j

PROGRESSiHG

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Chautauqua Kiitertaimnentw Main Maintain
tain Maintain Their Merits and Steadily
Increase their Crowds
With better weather, attendance
on the Chautauqua entertainments is
steadily increasing, and the people
are more and more beginning to
realize their merit.
Berini Song Recital
Before an audience of no less than
two hundred, including Ocala's most
gifted musicians, Signor and Mme.
Berini gave a splendid concert at
the Temple last night, their appear appearance
ance appearance being the second evening at attraction
traction attraction on the Chautauqua pro program.
gram. program. Signor and Mme. Berini have
never before sung in this city but
they have been heard numbers of
times in Gainesville, their home, by
quite a few Ocalans who have her?
aided their ability to sing. Mme.
Louise Tozier Berini possesses a
brilliant soprano voice of great
range, sweetness and power and has
been heard in grand bpera, as has
Signor Stassio Berini, who has a dra dramatic
matic dramatic tenor voice with marvelous
range and good placement.
Their program was a classic one,
very heavy and considered .by many
the bets which" has been given in
Ocala this season. 'Such beautiful
compositions as Gounod's "Jewel
Song from Faust," the aria from
"Samson and Delilah," by Saint
Saens, Wekerlin's "Sunrise," and
,vTve Something Sweet to Tell You,"
oy Faning, were sung by Madame
Berini with ease and power, while
Signor Berini was heard to particu particular
lar particular advantage in the Yeoman's Wed Wedding
ding Wedding 'Song, by Poniatwski. The gen general
eral general feeling was that the signor's
rendition of "The Rosary" by Xevin,
was not good, but lie unmistakably
rose to very fine heights in Gounod's
"Berceuse."
Probably the best number of the
evening was the famous duet from
"Aida," by Verdi, which was receiv received
ed received with enthusiasm. In this the
brilliancy of both voices was heard
to good advantage, and in the most
difficult parts perfect ease was

shown. Each number was followed
by an encore and one of the most

charming was-"Coming Through the
Rye," which pleased the audience
immensely.
Mme. Berini played all of the ac accompaniments
companiments accompaniments of her husband and
some of her own, thereby proving
that she is proficient at the piano as
well as possessing a remarkable
voice.
Mrs. George S. Waldo of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, pleasantly remembered in this
city as iMiss 'Myrtle Fennell, was
Mme. Berini's efficient accompanist
for the evening. By their sympa sympathetic
thetic sympathetic playing, Mrs. Berini and Mrs.
Waldo added considerable to the suc success
cess success of the evening. The piano used
for the occasion was a new Kimball,
furnished by Mr. Herbert Lattner.
The Berini's held the closest at attention
tention attention of their audience and their
true worth as singers of high rank
commands their appearance at num numbers
bers numbers of other Chautauquas.
Splendid Lectures
The people this morning had the
pleasure of listening to two superb
lectures, one by Dr. James Russell
Price, and the other by Dr. Kerr
Boyce Tupper.
This afternoon, a good-sized au audience
dience audience is hearing another delightful
concert by Signor and Madame
Berini, and witnessing a splendid en entertainment
tertainment entertainment ty Hal Merton, the elec electrical
trical electrical magician.
The tasteful arrangement of the
stage by Mrs. Rooney, Mrs. Seymour
and Mrs. Blake wins compliments
from all.
Optimism vs. Pessimism
This evening, Dr. Tupper, who is
recognized as one of the foremost
pulpit and lecture speakers of the
country, will deliver his famous ad address,
dress, address, "Optimism vs. Pessimism,"
which has been applauded in every
state of the Union.
Professor Louis Williams, elec electrical
trical electrical entertainer, will give instruc instruction
tion instruction and practical demonstrations of
the "Wonders of Electricity."
The program for the remaining
days of the Chautauqua is as follows:
Thursday, March 5th
9 a. m. Bible nour conducted by
Dr. Tupper.
2:30 p. m. Full concert and en entertainment
tertainment entertainment by the Katherine Car Carroll
roll Carroll Smith Co.
7:30 p. m. Prelude: Katherine
Carroll Smith Company.
Hal Merton, magician and enter entertainer.
tainer. entertainer. The Horse Race" Walt Hol-

comb.
Friday, March Oth
10:30 a. m. Bible hour conduct conduct-el
el conduct-el by Dr. Tupper.
2:30 p. m. Concert by the cele-

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and we are most pleased that others are
going to have a chance to see them. You
will be also if you do. Don't fail to come
in.

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j brated Bertha Wooden Orchestra.

"Evolution of Wit and Humor"
Walt Holcomb.
7:30 p. m. Concert and enter entertainment
tainment entertainment by the Bertha Wooden Or Orchestra.
chestra. Orchestra. Hall Merton, entertainer.
"America" Julius Caesar Nay Nay-phe,
phe, Nay-phe, the Athenian.
.Saturday, March 7th
9 a. m. Bible hour conducted by
Dr. Tupper.
Junior .Chautauqua. Stories for
the children by Mrs. L. W. Lockling.
2:30 p. m. Concert by the Ber Bertha
tha Bertha Wooden Orchestra.
"Oriental Impressions of Amer America"
ica" America" Julius Caesar Nayphe.
C. L. S. C. Round Table Miss
Hamilton.
8 p. m. Full concert by Bertha
Wooden Orchestra.
Miss Hannon, soprano.
Sunday, March 8th
3:00 p. m. Interdenominational
mass meeting. Free to all.
Chautauqua vesper service, con conducted
ducted conducted by Miss Hamilton, assisted
by local ministers.
Sacred music, Robley Male Quar Quartet.
tet. Quartet. Free-will offering for the main maintenance
tenance maintenance of the Chautauqua.
Julius Caesar Nayphe, presenting,
"The 23rd Psalm."
Monday, March Oth
10:30 a. m. C. L. S. C. Round
Table Miss Hamilton.
2:30 p. m. Robley Male Quartet.
"Within the Law" Presented by
Miss Gay Zenola MacLarn, Amer America's
ica's America's greatest play producer.
Junior Chautauqua. Stories for
the children by Mrs. Lockling.
7:45 p. m. Robley Male Quartet.
Miss Gay Zenola MacLaren, pre presenting,
senting, presenting, "The Sign of the Cross."
Tuesday, March lOth
10:30 a. m. C. L. S. C. Round
Table Miss Hamilton.
2:30 p. m. Robley Male Quartet.
Miss Gay Zenola MacLaren, pre presenting,
senting, presenting, "Maggie Pepper."
Junior Chautauqua. Stories for
the children by Mrs. Lockling.
7:30 p. m.Joy night. Don't miss
this. Singing, Robley Male Quartet.
The Orchestra Comique, direction of
Miss Dolly Randolph. Given just
for fun among our homefolk.

Wednesday, March 11th
10 a. m. Opening exercises of the
Grand Lodge K. of P.
11 a. in. C. L. S. C. Round
Table 'Miss Hamilton.
2:30 p. m. Robley Male Quartet.
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The circulation department of the Star has been much an annoyed
noyed annoyed of late by the theft of papers delivered In the yards of
subscribers. These patrons pay fcr the iKipers and are entitled
to them, and unless those who have leen making a habit of
filching the Star from the yards and verandas cease the prac practice,
tice, practice, we shall prosecute them. Several of the guilty parties are
known.

Dried Beef, Raw, Boneless or Boiled Ham.
Breakfast Bacon, sliced on our improved slicing
machine. Nothing better for a cold lunch or for a
picnic. Bring your bread to us t and we will slice it
for your sandwiches on the machine.
We Roast and Grind Our Famous Bands of
Coffees EVERY DAY.
You get the best and get it fresh.
200 Hundred Dozen Fresh Country Eggs
on Hand at 25 Cents a Dozen.
Sunshine line of Biscuits and Cakes of all kinds.
Quaker Corn Flakes 3 for 25 cents.
Franklin Package granulated and pulverized
Sugar.
Domino Sugar Loaf.
Potato Chips in bulk.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables always in stock.
Old Virginia Hams, something rare and good.
We buy the fresh country produce from and for
our customers.

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and specifications were also signed I
by the respective parties.
Mr. Ramsey called again,
and dis-
cussed with the board the' matter of j
school furniture and apparatus, but
they declined to take up the matter
of purchasing libraries, furniture or
apparatus at this time.
The architect presented contracts
to be entered into with the Atlanta
Steam Heating Co., for installation of
. the heating system in the building,
and they were signed by ti echairman'j
and secretary of the board, but their ;
representative, Mr. Manning, haviTig ;
gone, they were left with the archi-1
tect to have the execution completed. I
The matter of the board mjkingal
memorial donation of a set of
books i
to tho Carnegie library wasi discussed
and it was agreed for theActrafrfhan
and secretary to report to the next
meeting of the board such informa information
tion information as to the particular's of different
sets of books and the cost,,flLame,
for the board to take undeF "consid "consideration.
eration. "consideration. At this time Deputy Sheriff Qsteen
served copies of a writ of injunefioii
issued out of the circuit court, -on, the
chairman and secretary restraining
them from awarding the contracts for
the heating and plumbing of the Ocala
building to the Atlanta Steam Hetv
ing Co., and Coons & Colder, respect
ively. Mr. Martin, attorney for the
board, was called in and a line of ac-
tyon discussed.
Thursday Noon
In pursuance of legal advertisement
the board met at 12 m., Icr the pur purpose
pose purpose of opening bids for the sale of
the school bonds to be issued by Dun Dun-nellon
nellon Dun-nellon special tax district No. 5. Be Before
fore Before opening the bids the fact was dis discussed
cussed discussed that there had been no depos deposit
it deposit specified in the advertisement -of
the bonds to be made for good faith
in bidding, so upon motion of Mr.
Blitch, seconded by Mr. Grantham, it
was agreed that the bids would be
opened and considered, and the sale
awarded to the best bidder regardless
of there being a deposit. f, .. fc
Propositions for purchasing the
fconds were received ffrom C. H. Cof Coffin
fin Coffin of Chicago, J. C. Luningy ; state
treasurer, of Tallahassee, Gunter and
Sawyers of Little Rock, Ark.t, Spitzer,
Rorick & Co., of Toledo, Terry, Briggs
& Slaton of Toledo, and. A. JpGood &
Co., of Detroit. The latter being the
most favorable in terms, upon motion
of Mr. Grantham, seconded by Mr.
Blitch, it was agreed to accept their
Irid, which proposed to pay $12,012 for
the issue of $12,000, deducting $474
for furnishing bonds and covering at attorney's
torney's attorney's fees in determining the legal legality
ity legality of the issue and sale. i; 0
The matter of advertising the issue
of $75,000 bonds by the Ocala special
tax school district for sale was taken
under consideration and in consulta-
tion with Dr. J. E. Chace of the board
of trustees it was decided to at once
insert advertisements for the 'sale of
the bonds with the bids to be opened
on Wednesday, March 4, 1914. It was
ordered that there should accompany
each bid a check either certified by
the bank upon which it is drawn or a
cashier's check for 2 per cent, of the
proposed price of the bonds, same to
be a guaranty to the board of good
faith in bidding and ability to con consummate
summate consummate the deal.
A request that the salary of Mrs.
C. L. Thigpen, first assistant of the
Fairfield school, be paid for seven

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 Troxiefs stands.
Larger quarters, more fully equipped and will be run
strictly ethical lines.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333

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days of illness during which time she
did not teach, was refused.
It was ordered that a payment of
! $1212.47 be made to Hark & Sheftalli
for services as architects on the Ocala
: buildings.
further business presented it-
self, but it was agreed that a quorum!
of the board would remain until next
day Friday-to await the outcome of;
i
the injunction proceedings in the!
court, and to be in position to take,
official action in case it should be ne-j
cessary.
J. II. BRANSON, Secretary.
SEABOARD AIR LINK SCHEDULE
I
!
Jacksonville
Southbound
No. 1, local leaves
9:30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1
m.l arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
40
No.
30 a.
3 local leaves
Jacksonville
m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.
arrives Tampa
5:40 p. m. i
No. 9
limited leaves Jacksonville
m arrivpq Ofaia 2! 20 n. i
1 1 : ? 0 a
m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
Northbound
No. 2. local leaves Tampa
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.;
Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 local leaves Tampa
arrives Ocala, 12:01 a. m,
9 p. m.; j
arrives!
"a m 1
leaves j
Ocala 12:16 p. m.; arrives Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 4:20 p. m.
No. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p.
Ira.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrive;
Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
I a r t r i dgo-Wood ro v Com pa ay
Seiiing Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-12-tf
Ol'KN DAY rSIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depoi
corner. Meals a la carte and lunche
ar. any hour. Adv.
HAVE YOUR PHYSICIAN LEAVE
YOUR PRESCRIPTION WITH US
OR TELEPHONE. WE WILL SEND
FOR AND DELIVER IT QUICK.
THE COURT PHARMACY. 2-9-tf
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
JUDGE FOR YOURSELF
Which is Retter' Try an Exeperi Exeperi-ment
ment Exeperi-ment or Profit by an Ocala
Citizen's Experience
Something new is an experiment.
Must be proved to be as repre represented.
sented. represented. The statement of a manufacturer
is not convincing proof of merit.
But the endorsement of friends Is.
Now supposing you had a bad
back,
A lame, weak, aching one,
Would you experiment?
You will read of many so-called
by strangers from far
away places.
It is different when the endorse endorsement
ment endorsement comes from home.
Easy to prqve local testimony.
Read this Ocala case:
T. T. Hadden, 102 Orange Ave.,
Ocala, Fla., says: "My kidneys did
not do their work as they should and
lameness and
soreness across my
back annoyed me. I used Doan's
Kidney Pills, procured at Tydings &
Co's. drugstore, and they brought
me such great relief that I am con convinced
vinced convinced of their merit."
Price 50 c, at all dealers. Don't
simoly ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mr. Hadden had. Foster-Mil-burn
Company, Proprietors, Buffalo,
N. Y. Ad 5
lilt

TITE OCA LA EVENING STAR,

Watch this space for the
Investment in Ocala Realestate

FEARFUL FOR HIS HEALTH
Friends of Reformed Man Remarkably
Solicitous as to Amount of
Beverage He Takes.
"Did you ever notice," asked the ex ex-tank,
tank, ex-tank, making rings on the bar with
his glass of milk and vichy, "how
solicitous his friends always are for
the health of the man on the vater
wagon? Now, I like to drop in with
the bunch and surround a seltzer lem
onade or so while they are imbibing
highballs, for the sake of sociability,
but it is really spoiled for me by the
way they worry.
"In the old days nobody ever trou troubled
bled troubled himself about my constitution.
None of the gang ever stopped me as
I was about to take my. sixth highball
aR(i said- 'D011'- old man; that will en-
I large your spleen, ana put noDnaiis
i on your liver, and give you Bright'3
! disease.' Not at all. You could go
on drinking highballs all night, with
I never a warning word.
j "But now, after I have
"But now, after I have taken
my
third seltzer and aromatic spirits, the
boys begin to look thoroughly dis-
quieted. 'Don't take any more of that
stuff,', thew urge; 'it stimulates the
heart action, and if you take half a
dozen of them you are likely to drop
dead right here in the bar. Just stand
pat on those .two you've had or take a
cigar.'
"Or if I'm drinking some of these
fermented milk drinks, I can't get past
the third or fourth glass without tho
conversation halting and a look of real
anxiety 'overspreading every face.
'stop it, old man,' they say, and they're
not joking; they're really wrorried.
'You've had three of those already,
and all that acid stuff in your stomach
is sure to give you indigestion. If
you keep it up, your indigestion will
be chronic'
"As for the warnings I've had about
ginger ale, I've laughed at 'em so
often that the boys now have got a lit little
tle little skittish and don't talk so much
about it. What I'm driving at is that
all this isn't put on; they really do
feel troubled on my account and dis display
play display a fatherly solicitude that is ac actually
tually actually touching. I'm almost tempted
to fall off the wrater wagon long
enough to see if any of them w ill warn
me that whisky stimulates the heart
and that beer is had for the kidneys.
Will they? You have one guess."
Capitalizing Kitchener.
The Boston Transcript tells an
amusing story of one of the subjects of

Lord Kitchener, consul general of be made by the first day of April. Aft Aft-Egypt,
Egypt, Aft-Egypt, who turned the power and in- kkescanraenersUten 11 is imPssi"
fluence of the famous English soldier I get a list of every automobile that

to his nersnnal nrnfit
While driving one day, Lord Kitch Kitchener
ener Kitchener noticed an old man in the street
whom he recognized as an acquaint-!
ance from the Sudan. The consul gen- j
eral ordered the driver to stop, and in- i
vited the old man to take a seat in the
carriage. So the two drove together
through the town to the place to which
the Sundanese wanted to go.
A few days later the dark friend of
Lord Kitchener was seen hovering
about the British agency. At last an
officer asked him what he wanted. j
"I should so much like to drive out
with Lord Kitchener once more, the
old man replied.
"Why?" the officer asked.
"You see," the Sudanese answered,
naively, "after my friends and ac-.
quaintances saw me sitting at the side
of Lord Kitchener, they came to me
one after the other, and from one I
received five pounds, from another two
pounds, from others one pound, and 40 ;
piasters from the very poorest. They
all believed that I could speak in their
iavor to -i Liora.
"And." the old man added, "I should
very much like to see that happen all
over again."
One Great Obstacle. j
The French are not inclined to take
things too seriously. Thus, while they
love and respect the venerable French
Academy, they never refrain from ma making
king making it the subject of a little good good-natured
natured good-natured wit. Even the members them themselves,
selves, themselves, as this entry in Victor Hugo's
notebook will show, indulge them themselves
selves themselves in occasional sallies against the ;
famous institution. I
On December 17, 1S46, Victor Hugo,
himself one of the 40 "immortal" mem members
bers members of the academy, write in his note notebook,
book, notebook, "Today, Thursday, in the aca academy,
demy, academy, I spoke there with Dupin the
elder about Balzac and his chances of
(election to the academy. 'Thunder!"
Dupin interrupted me. 'So you really
j believe that, without any more to-do.
Balzac will be chosen the first time ho
j comes up for election,
j 'You quote examples where that
i has occurred, but those prove nothing,
i Think of it! Balzac, at the first pre-
sentation of his name! You have

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4. 1914

tnougnt tne matier over careiuiiyr
Good! But you have forgotten one rea reason
son reason why it is quite impossible that
Balzac should be elected to the aca academy:
demy: academy: he deserves it!'" Youth's
Companion.
Mammoth Molar.
When the real estate man came into
the Curbstone club headquarters he
proudly displayed a tooth which he
said had just been extracted by a den den-itst.
itst. den-itst. "Doc said it's one of the biggest he
ever saw," he exclaimed.
The ancient carpenter, who is
known as the club Ananias, inspected
the "molar with an apparent lack of
real interest.
"It's nothing compared with one I
had pulled once," he finally observed.
"Git out," ejaculated the real estate
i
man, "you don't mean to tell me you
had a bigger tooth than that." j
"Sure I did," the carpenter declared.
"When I showed it to my boss the
next day he thought it was a milk ;
stool." Youngstown Telegram.
COMMITTEES OF THE COUNCIL
Finance-; E. E. Robinson, chair-1
man; M. J. Roess, G. W. Hunter. J
Judiciary M. J. Roess, chairman; j
C. Bennett, H. A. Fausett. j
Street W. A. Knight, chairman;!
G
v
A. Carmichael, E. E. Robinson.
Cemetery J. C. Smith, chairman; I
E. Robinson, M. J. Roess. j
Fire E. C. Bennett, chairman; J. j
Tolar, H. A. Fausett. 1 j
Police C. W. Hunter, chairman; j
W. A. Knight, J. N. Tolar.
Market J. N. Tolar, chairman; J.
C. Smith, H. A. Fausett.
; Sanitary C. W Hunter, chair chair-man
man chair-man H. A? Fausett, J.' C. Smith.
T- ? 1 - T T -A IT A. Am 1
liuiiQins in. a. r auseii. cnair- i
mnn: J. C. Smith. J. N. Tolar.
Light and Water-M. J. Roess,
W. A. Knight, G. A. Carmichael.
APPOINTMENTS OF
THE TAX ASSESSOR
I will be at the following places to
receive tax returns for 1914:
March, 1914
Precinct
jli Anthony, 2nd, a. m.
'26 Sparr, 3rd, a. m.
! 13 Pine, 3rd. p. m.
16 Citra, 4th, a. m.
15 Linadale, 5th, 11 a. m. to 2 p. m.
1 f nolo (it Vi t r. ?1ct
ly U 1CL .111 IV U lLi
The law requires all tax returns to,
is refe.otered. ALFRED ATEK,
l-23-wkyltf
Assessor.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR SALE SALE-Address,
Address, SALE-Address, P. O
Ida. 1
Barber shop fixtures.
box 243, Ocala, Flor-30-tf
COTTAGE FOR RENT My cot
tage on South Third street, next!
door west Qf tne primary school;
house, all modern conveniences, is
for rent at ?20 per month.
Carroll. 1-23-tf
R. R.
STORE FOR RENT A roomy,
well located store in the Robertsoii
block Apply to S. M. Standley, cor corner
ner corner Oklawaha avenue and Main
street. 2-2-tf
WANTED Position as bookkeeper
or stenographer. Address A. H.,
113 South Second street, Ocala
Fla. 2-28-tf
LOST Small 12 size ladies' watch;
Waltham movement; leather f ob j
with gold cross attache I. Reward!
will be paid for its return to this;
office. 2-2S-tf
t
FOR SALE 1000 pounds of Tom
Watson watermelon seed at 50
cents per pound. G. T. Liddon,
Ocala. Fla. 2-23-lt
COOK WANTED A good colored
woman cook who can make her herself
self herself generally useful about the
house. Must be steady and relia reliable.
ble. reliable. Applv at No. 103 Tuscawilla
street. 3-2-tf j

PROGRESSING IN POPULARITY

(Continued from Page Six)
Oratorical contest Only school
children eligible. Ten-minute ora orations.
tions. orations. Gold medal awarded to the
winner.
Junior Chautauqua. Stories for
i the children by Mrs. Lockling.
S p. m. Full concert and playlet
Robley Male Quartet.
Closing words, prophecies for an another
other another year. Adieux.
I Mr. T. D. Dillon left on this aft aft-I
I aft-I ernoon's Seaboard limited for Fleni Fleni-j
j Fleni-j ingsburg, Ky., on account of the serr
ious illness, of his brother-in-law,
; Mr. Morford.
Mr. C. J. McCranie, of Higley, was
in town this week, and is one of
those who think no harm was done
by the cold spell.
DR. W. K. LANE Specialist, Ky
2ar, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Jbrarv Building. Ocala Adv.
Baseball goods,
Murray Companj
all kinds, at The
3-4-3t
DESIRE COUNTY DIVISION
Fantville, Fla., March 4, 1914
To Candidates for the Florida Legis-
lature from Marion County,
in
j the June Primaries:
j Gentlemen: At a recent meeting
i here in the interest of county di division,
vision, division, I was authorized to notify
j you that your influence was desired
in our behalf in seeking county sep sep-;
; sep-; aration at the next session of the
i legislature. mererore, we desire a
public expression from you that we
j may not be misled in our Plans
Yours very truly.
J. B. George.
LEAVE YOUR DEVELOPING
AND PRINTING WITH US FOR
(UICK RESULTS. THE COURT
PHARMACY. 2-9-tf
NOTICE
4
who accepted Chautau Chautau-from
from Chautau-from Miss Gladys Kay
All those
qua tickets
. .... .
U1JU5 mC
tickets and obtain their reservations
and pay for same.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Orala
A fresh shipment of Liggett's
Jordan Almonds In bulk, 40 cents
the pound, at Gerig's, "A GOOD
DRUG STORE." 3-3-tf
Ye users of safety razors, don't
throw away your dull blades; have
them sharpened and save money. All
work guaranteed. Leave blades with
your name at Annex drug store or
Seaboard barber shop. 3-3-6t
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala
AN AMERICAN IDEA
English Guide (showing places of
Interest): It was in this very room,
' sir, that Wellington received his
ill M tuuiuiisaiuii.
American Tourist: Indeed! And
how much commission did he get?
Boston Transcript.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LAXrS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling; gents
Merchant's Blck, Ocala 1-13-tf
Cat the Cause of Panic.
The lights went out while most
people were at their evening meal at
Calcutta, India, the other day. Nerv Nervous
ous Nervous people feared it was the work of
Bengal terrorists and looked about
for weapons. In a little while the
lights came on again. The incident
was due to a cat, which jumped on a
transformer at the electric station,
making a short circuit. The cat was
electrocuted.

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Where is it ?

SUPPLY OF SEED RAN SHORT
Rut
More Will be Provided fnr All
the Children by Monday
The civic committee of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club regrets that the supply of
seed for distribution to children
who intend to compete for prizes for
the best flower display was exhaust exhausted
ed exhausted before all the children' interested
were supplied with seed! Arrange Arrangements
ments Arrangements have been made for seed and
plants for all children who desire
them and the committee requests
all who failed to get seed and plants
on Monday to leave their names at
the Ocala Seed Store between this
date and Thursday so that the com committee
mittee committee will know how many seed
will be required and they will be dis distributed
tributed distributed Thursday afternoon.
The committee is greatly pleased
with the interest manifested in the
contest by the children. About
seven hundred packets of seed and a
large number of plants have been
distributed. This means seventy
prospective gardens tended by sev seventy
enty seventy smill gardeners who will con contribute
tribute contribute effectively to the beauty of
our city. Mrs. Geo. J. Blitch,
Chairman Civic Committee.
iXit
OCALA C1ICRCII DIRECTORY
PRESBYTERIAN Corner of Ft.
King avenue and Watula street; pas pastor
tor pastor W. II. Dodge; residence 309 Ft.
King avenue; phone 233. Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a.m.;
superintendent W. II. Dodge; morn morning
ing morning lermon 11 o'clock; Junior Mis Mission
sion Mission Society 3 p. m.; evening sermon
7:15 o'clock. Midweek prayer meet meeting
ing meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30.
CATHOLIC North Magnolia St.;
priest. D. 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; meetings of ves vestry
try vestry and societies at hours appointed.
METHODIST Corner Fort King
avenue and South Main street; pas pas-or
or pas-or J. M. Gross; residence 99 Fort
King averue; photfe 157; Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m.t
superintendent L. N. Green; morn morning
ing morning sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League 4 p. m.; Senior Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League 6:30 p. m.; evening
sermon 7 o'clock. Midweek prayer
meeting Wednesday evening 7:20.
Choir practice Friday evening at (ho
church. S
BAPTIST Corner. North Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia and North Second streets; pastor
Bunyan Stephens; residence 520 Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha avenue; phone 314; Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
superintendent W. T. Gary; morning
sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Baptist
Young People's Union 4 p. m.; Sen Senior
ior Senior Baptist Young People's Union
6:45 p. m.; evening sermon 7:30 p.
m. Midweek prayer meeting Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening 7:30 o'clock.
ODi r'ELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening ft 7:30 o'clock( In
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis
itors in the city invited to be with as
H. D. Stokes. N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.
When the chest feels on fire and
the throat burns vou have indigestion
land you need SIMMON'S RED Z
LIVER REGULATOR to get rid of
the misery. It drives out badly di digested
gested digested foods, strengthens the system
and purifies the bowels. Price, large
package, $1; small size. 25 cents.
Sold by all druggists. ad
A fresh shipment of Liggett's
Jordan Almonds in bulk, 40 cents
the pound, at Gerig's, "A GOOD
DRUG STORE." 3-3-tf
SUGAlt H AMMOCK LAN US
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala l-13-tf

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I'JGHT

OCA LA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1914
L.AKE WEIR

WHEN YOU YAWN
A GOOD DEAL

In the day time and feel dull,
lazy and discouraged, you have
every symptom of a torpid
liver.
Simmons Red Z Liver Reg
ulator (The Powder Form) is
a fine tonic for a disordered
liver. It acts promptly. The
bilious impurities which have
interfered with the free action
of the liver are driven out, the
stomach is cleansed and
strengthened so that it can
more thoroughly digest food.
The bowels are purified and a
regular habit re-established.
It is a splendid medicine for
the whole system, Promotes
a feeling of energy, mental
activity and cheerful spirits.
Sold by Deafer. Price, large package, $1.00
Aik for tbe (mains with the S1 Z on the Hbel. J t
yon cannot get it. remit to o. we will rod by tni 1
poatpaid. Simmons hirer Bealator i alio pat op in
ftqaid form for tboaewbo prefer it. trice, $1.00 per
battle. Look for tbe Bed Z label.
J. H. ZEIUN t CO., Props, St Louis, Mo.
W. G. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHER
ON APPLICATION
P. O. BOX 46 OCALA, FLA,
Ocala Seed Store
s "headquarters for Potw Potw-try
try Potw-try Foods ud Stock and
Poultry Powders. TV keep
on hand all tho time:
Reef Scrap,
Blood Meal,
Mica Grit,
Cracked Bone,
Charcoal,
Scratch Food,
Wheat,
COXKEV'S Poultry and
Stock Foods and Rem Remedies;
edies; Remedies; a full line. p
A large assortment of
Flower. Pots.
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL,
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Give3 more and betto
work for the money titan any othe1
rot .raero- in tho citv
WOODMEN OF THE WORLi
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at S p. m. every seconJ
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Adv.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, If. fi
A. M. meets on the first and thirc
Thursday evenings of each month ai
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Carn, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to final decree of date 5th day of Feb February,
ruary, February, 1914. entered in the circuit court
of the fifth judicial circuit of Florida,
in and for Marion county, in chancery,
by the Honorable W. S. Bullock, judare
of said court, in that cause pending in
said court in which K. H. Huffum is
complainant and Ernest J. Lytle, et
al. are defendants, on
Monday, April lh, 1914
between the hours of 11 a. m. and 2 p.
m., at the south door of Marion county
court house, in the city of Ocala. Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, the undersigned, as special mas master,
ter, master, appointed in and by said decree,
will offer for sale and sell at public
outcry to the highest and best bidder
for cash the following described lands,
situated in Marion county. Florida, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: The south part of lot two "(2) beinsr
in north half (n1?) of southwest quar quarter
ter quarter (swVi) of section sixteen (16).
township seventeen 1T) south of
range twenty-four (24) east, extend extending
ing extending alonsr the south boundary, and
across said lot two (2) and of suffi sufficient
cient sufficient width from north to south to
make ten and ninety-one one-hun-dredths
10.vl) acres of land. This
property is also described as: Com Commencing
mencing Commencing at southeast (se) corner of
lot two 2) section sixteen (16), town township
ship township seventeen (17) south, ranue twenty-four
24 east, running thence west
twenty-eisht and eighty one-hun-dredths
chains (28. SO), thence north northerly
erly northerly along the waters of Lake Weir to
a point three and ninety-four one one-hundredths
hundredths one-hundredths chains :.M, north of
south boundary line of said lot two
2). thence east twenty-six and eighty
om hundredths chain's (26.SO) to east eastern
ern eastern line of lot two 2). thence south
ihree and ninety-four one-hundredths
chains (S.fl) to point of beginning,
containing- ten and ninety-one one one-h
h one-h umlredtns 1 0. i 1 ;icres.
G. C. McCLT'Rf-:.
Special Mater in Chancerv.
HOCKEK & MARTIN.
Complainants' Solicitors. 3-4-wed
Advertise in the Star.

Lake Weir, March 3. The candy j
and cake sale at the Lake Weir!
club house, postponed from Satur-j
day until Monday evening on ac-i
count of the inclement weather, was j
well attended.
i

Supper was served from to 8
o'clock by Mesdames. Bickley, Clem Clements,
ents, Clements, Henry, GoodwSn, assisted by
Mrs. E. A. Revels, Mis3 Florence
Williams and Mrs. Carson Bradford.
At 8 o'clock the grand ghost
march began. These unearthly be beings
ings beings quacked and did weird tango
steps until 10 o'clock, when the
judges came to a decision as to
which lady was most charmingly ar arrayed
rayed arrayed in her sheet and pillow-case
costume, it was a tie between Mrs.
E. A. Revels and Miss Alice Ballou.
A coin was tossed making Miss Bal Ballou
lou Ballou the winner of the $5 given by
Vice-Commodore' Goodwin, which
was in turn presented to the club.
A beautiful cake, artistically dec decorated
orated decorated by Miss Florence Williams,
of Nashville, Tenn., was auctioned
off and won by Mr. Palmer, of
Ocala.
Then an interesting contest over
a small ginger cake followed. The
ladies nominating and getting 'votes
for the man they considered the
homeliest and most uninteresting in
the room. Close rivals for this hon honor
or honor were Messrs. Bickley, Willard,
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Ne'er-Do-Well
Br
REX BEACH
Author of
"The SpoHcrs," "The Barrier.
The Silver Horde Etc
Copyright. 1910, 1911. by Harper &
Brothers.
CHAPTER XXIII.
The Crash.
IRK had no further chance of
speaking with his wife, for
after the dance she was
whisked nway. leaving him
K
nothing but tbe memory of au adoring,
blissful glance as she passed. With
Runnels and Cortlandt and the rest he
was driven to tbe Hotel Central, where
they found a very attractive table set
in a private dining room. It was a
lively party, and Kirk's secret elutiou
enabled him to play the p;ni r bosi
with unforced geniality. The others
joined him in a hearty effort to show
their guest the high regard iu which
they held him. and if Cortlandt did
not enjoy himself it was eutirely hi
own fault.
Toward Kirk, however, he preserved
a peculiar attitude, which only the
young man's self absorption prevented
him from noticing. If be bad been
less jubilant he must have felt the un unnatural
natural unnatural aloofness of tbe other aiau's
bearing. But even had be done so be
would doubtless have attributed it to
Cortlandt's well recognized frigidity.
At the propitious moment Runuels.
who bad reluctantly agreed to share
tbe social responsibility, made a little
speech, explaining that he and his
boys had been sensible from the first
of their guest's Interest in them and
were deeply grateful for it. They now
tendered him a token of their regard
in a form which be could preserve.
He banded a handsome loving cup
to Cortlandt. who thanked him appro appropriately,
priately, appropriately, then waited courteously for
the party to break up But Anthony
rose, saying:
"I simply have to say a word on my
own account, fellows, for I owe Mr.
Cortlandt more than any of yon."
Tbe object of tiese remarks shot a
swift, questioning glance from his
stony eyes and raised a hand as if to
check him. But Kirk ran on unheed unheeding:
ing: unheeding: "I want to thank him before all of
you for what he has donj for me per personally.
sonally. personally. When I landed in Panama 1
got into trouble of the worst sort, and
Mr. Cortlandt got me out. He was my
bail bond, he put me up at his hotel,
gave me clothes and paid my way until
I got started. I was a stranger, mind
you. but he's been just like one of my
own people, and if 1 ever succeed in
doing anything really 'worth while it
will be due to the start he gave me."
Though the words were common commonplace
place commonplace enough, they carried a sincere
message, and Cortlandt saw by the
faces about him that tbe others were
pleased. His own gaunt features
turned more sallow than ever. The
memory of what he had heard on the
porch of his own house a few after afternoons
noons afternoons ago. of what he had seen at
other times, of his wife's telltale be behavior
havior behavior on this very evening, swept
over him. fanning anew the sullen
emotions he had cherished all thee
months. How far would this fellow
dare to go. be wondered? He dropped
bis eyes to hide the fury in them.
I want to give you a little remem
brance of my own." Anthony was
speaking directly to him. "It Isn't
much, but It means a good deal to me.
and I hope it will have some sort of
personal association for you. Mr
Cortlandt." He drew from his pocket
a plush case and took from It a very
handsome thin Swiss watch with the
letters "S. C." artfully enameled upon
the back.
Cortlandt accepted the gift mechan mechanically;
ically; mechanically; then, as it touched his flesh, a
sudden color mounted to his cheeks,
only, to recede, leaving them bloodless
ngriin
"I really didn't espe t this." he be be-io
io be-io slowly as be rose "Anthony ex exaggerates:
aggerates: exaggerates: he is too kind But since
he has chosen to publicly call attention
to our relations. I will confess th;it
what be tells you is all true. Through
my assista nt-e---partly, at any rate he
has made a man of himself. He has
been welcome at my house, at my
table: he has come and gone as he
pleased. like one of the family, you
might say. But those are little thinirs:
they count Tor nothing" His tone
gripped his hearers, and Anthony
stirred uneasily, thinking this unodd
way of accepting a trift.
Unclasping his' long, white fingers.
Cortlandt held up the watch to public
view
"In payment for my poor friendship
he- has given me this matin iri -ent thing
of gold and jewels, the finest I ever
saw I never counted upm such grati gratitude.
tude. gratitude. It is too much, and yet a man
cannot refuse the gift of his friend
and not seem ungracious, can be?
Somewhere in the orient they have a
custom of exchanging gifts. No man
may accept a thing of value without
making adequate return, and it has al always
ways always struck me as a wise Dractice."

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He turned run upon &1tk for the first
time since he had begun speaking, and
his voice rose a tone as he said. "1
can't let the obligation rest entirely
upon me We have been friends. An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, and I am going to give you
something In return which I have
prized highly. It would be counted of
great value by some." Once more he
paused and drew bis lips back In that
grimace of mockery. It could no long longer
er longer be termed a smile. "It Is this I am
going to give you my wife.' You have
had her frem the first, and now she Is
yours."
For oue frightful moment there was
no sound: even the men's breathing
was hushed, and they sat slack jawed,
stunned, half minded to believe this
some hideous, incredible jest. Cort Cortlandt
landt Cortlandt turned away gloatingly.
Kirk was the last to recover his pow powers,
ers, powers, but when tbey did revive they
can?" with a prodigious rush He
plunged upward out of his chair with
a cry like a wounded animal, and the
others rosp with him. The table rock rock-ed.
ed. rock-ed. something smashed, a chair was
hurled backward. Tbe room broke luto
instant turmoil. Kirk felt hands ujhju
him. and then went blind with fury,
struggling in a passion too strong for
coherent speech. He was engulfed in
chaos. He lelt thiugs break beneath
his touch, felt bodies give way before
him.
How or when Kirk left tJie room be
uever knew. Eventually be found him himself
self himself pinned in bis chair, with Runnels'
white face close against his own and
other bauds upon his" arms. His first
frenzy quickly gave way to a sickening
horror.
"It's a lie'. The man's crazy!" he
cried hoarsely: then, as his compan companions
ions companions drew away from him. he rose to
his 'feet. "Why are you looking at me
like" that? I tell you it's a d d lie!
I never'
Runnels turned to the table and
with shaking baud put a glass to his
lips and gulped its contents. Wade
and Kimble exchanged glances, then,
avoiding each other's eyes, took their
bats from the hooks behind them.
"Waif. Bring him back:" Kirk
mumbled. "I'll get bim aud make bin
say it's a lie." But still no one an answered,
swered, answered, no one looked at bim. "God!
You don't believe it IT
"I'm going home, fellows. I'm kind
of sick." Kimble said. One of the
others murmured unintelligibly, and.
wetting a napkin, bound up his band,
which was bleeding. Tbey continued
to watch Kirk as if fearful of some In Insane
sane Insane action, yet they refused to meet
his eyes squarely. There was no sym sympathy
pathy sympathy in their faces.
The knowledge of what these actions
meant came to bim slowly. Was it
possible that his friends believed this
incredible accusation? As be began to
collect himself be saw bis plight more
clearly. His first thought bad been
that Cortlandt was insane, but tbe
man's actions were not those of a
maniac. No. He actually believed
and these fellows also. He wanted to
shout his innocence at them, to beat
it into their beads. 9
One by tine they took their bats and
went out. mumbling goodnight to one
another, as if intending to go home
singly in order to avoid all discussion
of this thing that bad fallen among
them. Runnels alone remained.
"You don't believe I did that?" An
thouy asked in a strained voice.
"I I think I do." There was a mis miserable
erable miserable silence, and then: "It isn't the
thing itself, yon know, so much as the
rotten underhanded advantage you
took If be'd been a stranger. now now-Honest
Honest now-Honest ly. isn't it true?"
Kirk shook his head listlessly. "1
wouldn't lie to you."
Runnels drew a deep breath. "Oh.
come. now. the man must have known
what he was say'ng Men don't do
things like that on suspicion.
"IIe misunderstood our friendship."
said Kirk heavily, then roused himself
for a last plea. T.ook here!" be cried.
'"You know Cortlandt. and you know
me. The man w-is insanely jealous
I know it sounds weak, but it's the
truth, and it's all I can say. I'll go
mad if you doubt me. And tonight of
alt" He broke off sbamlv. "Mv
(Continued Tomorrow)

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