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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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VOL. 21.
OCALA FLORIDA. SATURDAY. MARCH 7. 1914
NO 51

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Stand by tlie Constitution and
Stands Up for the Right of
the State
Washington, March 0. .With ad advocates
vocates advocates of woman's suffrage hom hom-barding
barding hom-barding congress with plans for vo votes
tes votes for women anl with renewel ag agitation
itation agitation in many sections of the
country. Senator Nathan P Bryan,
of Florida, yesterday made an illum illuminating
inating illuminating speech on the subject in
which he laid down as the cardinal
principle the fact that each state
should settle thi3 important matter
for itself.
"I am one of those who believe
that the priviledge of voting ought
to be controlled by each state." Sen Senator
ator Senator Bryan said in part. "This is a
big country of diversified interests,
composed of people of very differ-
lit is whollv wrong for Arizona to say
to iMaine who her voters shall be. for
Massachusetts to impose upon Idaho
her peculiar beliefs and doctrines,
for Florida to say to Oregon, "We
believe Only in manhood suffrage,
and, therefore, we want to take
away from you the right to grant
women the priviledge to vote.' For
Georgia to say to Wyoming, 'We, (
3,000 miles away, without any fa-
miliaritv with the conditions that

confront vou, propose, with not a ben suggested here that in all of
single voter of our state ever having Southern states the negroes a-e
known of the conditions in your re- j defrauded of their votes. In my owa
mote state, to undertake to lay down's:ate. for instance, if they can vote
the rules by which vour people In n Australian ballot they have as
Wyoming should govern them-;ea5-v access to Iolls as the whlte
selves. For Virginia on the Allan-I maa- 1 have no more idea that the
tic coast to sav to Washington on Ite of the South would go
the Pacific coast what treatment .:tothe polls alongside of the black
ought to be accorded to the Asiatics ; won,en of tne South tha 1 nave tnat
in the matter of voting. For Ten-" they would do so in Colorado, if the

nessee to say to Colorado what peo-
pie ought to be allowed to vote for
representatives in Colorado.
Would Force Acceptance
"The senator from Minnesota Mr.
Clapp. says that we ought not to
take away the right which
,vants because negroes are
not
al-
lowed to vote in .Missippi.
That is
not the proposition the senator from

Minnesota is advocating nere today, j gettin, that tne citizen best per per-Ohio
Ohio per-Ohio has said that she does not want ; formg his dutv fQ thQ government
women to vote and the senator from tQ h-s kiRtl who bugie3 himself

Minnesota wants to force woman
suffrage upon that great
state
against her will
Of course I realize
that under our system of adopting
constitutional amendments, three three-fourths
fourths three-fourths of the states govern, but
three-fourths of the states could
pass this amendment over the will
of the people of this country, and
the senatop from Minnesota calls
that democracy.
"Every now and then some states statesman
man statesman arises, who, in his own modest
opinion, could vastly improve upon
the costitution under which we have
lived for more than 100 years; and
under whose beneficent provision
this has risen to be the greatest gov government
ernment government ever known among men.
Senators speak as if the doctrine
should be accepted that whatever
a majority wants is right.
"The greatest good to the greatest
number. Our constitution was not
framed upon any such theory as
that. It undertakes to give, so far
as human machinery could do so,
equal and exact justice to all men.
Nine states have full woman suff suffrage.
rage. suffrage. Wyoming adopted it in 1SG9.
Colorado in 1S93, Idaho and Utah
in 1S9C, California in 1911. Oregon,
Kansas and Arizona in 1912.
"More than one election has teen
held only by people in states ir.
which the total population was 2. 2.-261,000
261,000 2.-261,000 in 1910, and yet that 2 per
T 3

iinuruveti a.i ins
from 20 to 500
Acres.
Unimproved Farm
Lands from 5 to
1,000 Acres

! cent, of the people or" this country
think thai the other 98 per cent.
' ought to accept their will because
they have fcund it to worK fairly
! well for one or four or ten or eigh
teen cr twenty years.
i The Xgrt Situation
'I do not like to discuss the negro
. situation and I shall not do so any
more than is necessary to present the
' thought expressed by the senator
1 from Idaho. The senators from the
Pacific coast are experts as to what
should be done with the negro in the
South. There are nine suffrage
states put together, including those
which hae adopted flyy suffrage.
In these nine states thre are 100,-
717 negroes in a total population of
7.S31,o41 The city of Washington
has 9 4,000 negro citizens.
withfn
0.000 cf as many as the nine states
put together. Of the 100,000 total
negro population in suffrage states,
Kansas has 54,000, leaving the
other eight states only 65,000.
In
Dallar, county Alabama, there are
4 3.511. In Jefferson county, Ala.,
there are 90,617, in four counties in
Florida there are 86,000. In two
counties in Georgia there are 101, 101,-000.
000. 101,-000. morp Than in thfi whole nine

suffrage states put together. In theEtantial reduction in this tax

nine Western states that have wo woman
man woman suffrage there are 115,000 Asi Asiatics.
atics. Asiatics. California has 36,248 Chin Chinese
ese Chinese and 41,358 Japanese, yet Cali California
fornia California would plunge this country in into
to into war before she nvould concede the
right of this government to regulate
her own international affairs.
"The race question is one we shall
have to face. It is not true as has
numbers were equal or approximate approximately
ly approximately so. These are the ultimate propa propaganda.
ganda. propaganda. If the good judgment of the
American people, men and women
alike, will not furnish a ready ans-
. wep lQ these morbid sentiments it
, llf:fl,,ess f mR to ,indfirtak to dn
so. and or case is honeless.
These
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JIUi I'U.IC iil llktj IS IU UU1M lIUllllLitl
I,0aitIon5 an3 pIace3 of honoi for
-th the da duties abmit him
i.with the daily duties about him.
' ,Q nornow anv better sentiment
: .,tH ,v,,n1 tn m orcr imQf
against this resolution than that of
the immortal Lee: 'There is a true true-glory
glory true-glory and a true honor; the glory of
duty done and the honor of integrity
of principle.
E
Slight Seismic Shocks Felt All Over
the Southeastern
States
Atlanta, March 7. Seismic shocks
slight, 'but distinct, were felt late
yesterday in many cities and towns!
of Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama and
the Carolinas. At many points bus business
iness business buildings and residences tremb trembled,
led, trembled, windows rattled and mild ex ex-cirement
cirement ex-cirement prevailed. In the rural dis
tricts negroes were badly frighten-S
e3. As recorded bv the seismoeranh
at Mobile, the tremors were light
but rapid, indicating that the dis disturbance
turbance disturbance was not far distant. Re Reports
ports Reports from many sections were that
the shocks did no damage.
Have you seen the cover on this
week's "Life?" They are jjoins fast
at liallard's. ;5-3-2t
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TO REDUCE TAXES
lielieves that He can Cut Down State
Kvjenses by a Hundred and
Fifty Thousand Bones
Tallahassee. March 7. Under the
provisions of section 15 of the pen pension
sion pension law. which provides that the
governor may reduce the millage au authorized
thorized authorized to be assessed and collected
for payment of pensions, when, in
his judgment the amount so assess assessed
ed assessed will be more than the amount re required
quired required to pay the pensions on the
roll. Governor Park Trammell has
been making some preliminary in investigations
vestigations investigations with a view to ordering
a reduction of the pension tax mill
age for the year 1914. The gover governor,
nor, governor, from the consideration he ha3
already given the subject, feels con confident
fident confident he will be able to order a sub-
For more detailed information
the governor a few days ago ad addressed
dressed addressed a letter to the comptroller
advising him that it was his opinion
that the tax could be reduced and
asked the comptroller to furnish
him data upon the subject.
The governor believes a reduction
of at least $150,000 or more can be
made in the assessment for 1914.
The law fixes the pension taxvat
four mills, bat in the exercise of his
power the governor will reduce this
to three or three and one half mill3.
The proposed reduction will in no
wise affect or reduce the amounts
paid to pensioners. They will get
the full amount allowed them under
the law. as at present.
hushxklij
(Sumter County Times)
Col. C. A. Roland was brought

home from Ocala last Friday and weUiifhJar. The young people indulg-

are sorry
ery sick.
Judge
to report that he is
still:
Richard McConathy and
Col. Groter .McClure came down
from Ocala in a car Monday, Mr.
McClure to make sale of some prop property
erty property as special master, and Judge
McConathy representing the com complainant
plainant complainant in the suit.
(Messrs. Roy Long and George
Winston have been awarded the con contract
tract contract for building a handsome bung bungalow
alow bungalow for Mr. W. M. Odell at Oxford.
The fact that these gentlemen have
the contract assures an. up-to-date
job. Mr. "'Long's work in Bushnell
speaks for itself, and Mr. Winston
was the superintendent in building
Sumter county's pretty court house.
At the State Bar Association held
at Tallahassee last week we noticed
that Judge Koonce of Bushnell, tho'
House for Rent.
Six Room Cottage on
South Second St., next
to Primary school. Every
modern convenience.
Workmen have jurt 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

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not present at the meeting, was ap-

pointed to nem-bership on one of the
' most important committees, to re-
jport at the "next annual meeting of
I the association. The commute to
j which he was appointed was that of
legal education.
Ml WITH THE DUST
Drift of the Minute Particles is
Heavily Freighted with
Jiea
New York, March 7. War against
dust is urged in an article in the
April issue of the Medical Council,
which puts forward the interesting
theory that the new diseases attack attacking
ing attacking man in epidemics like grip are
due to the so-called cosmic dust.
The cosmic dust is commonly sup supposed
posed supposed to come from the stars, but
the suggestion is made that it is
nothing but common terrestial dust
carried high by the heat of the trop tropics
ics tropics or by volcanoes and whirlwinds.
Thousands of tons of dust fall year yearly
ly yearly on he earth and it is highly charg charged
ed charged with living organisms.
"We are coming more and more
to realize," says the article, "the role
j of tjie dust in the etiology and trans
mission ot diseases; but we nave
studied the problem in its local phas phases,
es, phases, not in its cosmographical reia reia-tionjs.
tionjs. reia-tionjs. -This latter study impresses us
as important and we advance the
theory that organism-charged dust
carried thousands of miles form its
tereslrical source may readily cause
epidemics of disease.
"Sapitation must be declared
against the kingdom of dust."
BLITCHTOX
Blitchton, March 3. Mrs. J. M.
Bl;tch. and Mr. W. P. Hammons are
on' the sick list.
(Miss Opal Blitch entertainel her
friends Friday night with a birthday
party, celebrating -her nineteenth
ed
ni
inlmany games during the eve eve-g
g eve-g after which they were invited
the dining room to cut the .birth-
to
day cake which was adorned with
pink candles. Mrs. B. R. Blitch and
Mrs. Beverly Blitch served punch
difring the evening. The halls and
porches were decorated with dog dog-vod
vod dog-vod blossoms and yellow-jessamine
while roses and pot plants adorned
tlje rooms. Those present were
Mjisses Legie and Ada Blitch, Glinner
Gtodwin, Rowena Hammons, Minnie
Lee Carlisle, Etta Willis, Lula Sand Sanders
ers Sanders and Messrs. Landis,. Goree and
Fenton Blitch, Grover and Roy God God-w'in,
w'in, God-w'in, Boyd Akin and Fred Sherouse;
Misses Leola Priest and Mabel Hen Hen-djrix,
djrix, Hen-djrix, Messrs. Withers, Waters and
Hendrix of Morriston; Mr. Charlie
artin of Newberry; Misses Mills,
Flov and Winifred McCully, Messrs.
j
Mills and McCully of Berlin; Misses
Beulah Rawls and Maude Ferguson,
Messrs. Shade Rawls and Lonnie
Ferguson cf Montbrook; Messrs.
IVillie Hall, Charlie Rawls, Ruther Rutherford
ford Rutherford Carlisle and Elbert Mills of
(j)cala; Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Blitch and
,Ir.
and Mrs. B. C. Blitch.
Messrs. Beverly and Goree Blitch
I
j;nd
! Lydi
nd J. W. Coulter and daughter,
a spent Tuesday in Ocala.
ji Mr. B. R. Blitch went to Ocala
..Tuesday to attend tho meeting of
jjtho school board.
h Mr. Landis Blitch left Sunday for
jseveral days at Lake City.
Mr. O. S. Sanders spent the week
end at Romeo.
Mrs. Sallie House is visiting rela-
t:ves
n the Brick City.
i The Royal Typewriter gives per
fect satisfaction to the user. Get
one at The Murray Company 3-4-3t
i

OUR NEW OFFICE

MMNfEIii
list o! leal Estate.

SAUZA MUST

APPLY THE CJRB
If lie Can't Control His Bandits, he
May Expect American
- Intervention
Washington, March 7. Carranza,
the Mexican constitutionalist leader
must make an investigation of the
death of Benton that is satisfactory
to the United States or reparation
will "be demanded." fry the American
government on behalf of Great Brit
ain. This has been stated here on
high authority. The warning will be
"unofficial" because the president
has no intention of recognizing the
constitutionalist government, but it
will have the backing of the Ameri American
can American government.
It is also stated that Carranza.
must put a curb upon the. barbarous
methods of General Villa or there
will te drastic change in the "watch
ful waiting" policy of President Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. Efforts of Felix Diaz to secure the
support of the United States in his
campaign to become president of
tMexico will prove unavailing. The
administration regards him as an ac-
3
complice of Huerta in the assaslna
tion of Madero.
It is reported here that Carranza
will shift his headquarters to Juarez
WEIRSDALE
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Milne, of Mild
may. Ont.. Canada, who visited a
week or ten days with Mr. J. Con Con-nell,
nell, Con-nell, have gone to the lakeside for
an indefinite time. This indicates
that they are very much delighted
with this part of the state.
Ocala had the following Saturday
traders from this place: Mrs. W. B

Coggins and -Uesarsv N41 - M;ct4JjfeTtiet

Sam Elder, Paul Smid, and Mr. Wil Wil-lard,
lard, Wil-lard, of the Grassmere farm.
A very interesting and harmoni harmonious
ous harmonious congregation meeting of the
Presbyterian church was held after
the morning preaching hour, last
Sunday. Reports from the several
societies showed very good progress
for the year. Mr. R. L. Lytle, Mr.
J. M. Douglass and Mr. A. B. Cog Cog-gins
gins Cog-gins were added to the eldership,
and will be ordained and Installed at
the morning service the third sab
bath of the month.
Miss Arnold, a relative of the Has Has-kells,
kells, Has-kells, and now owner of the place,
to the west of the lakeside known
as the Haskell property, came Sat Saturday
urday Saturday for an extended stay. She is
stopping with Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Sherman.
Mr. C. E. Albertson, of Bangor,
Pa., who visited his nephew, Mr. E.
C. Albertson, for several days start started
ed started on his homeward trip Monday.
Messrs. J. M. Douglass and Wm.
Smid were in Ocala on business
rtionaay. -Mr. z. J. -Mcsjraney was
also a Visitor to the Brick City on
the same day.
Our packing house men are still
very busy, but say they are at the
end of this season's run.
Mrs. J. S. Sherman and Miss Ar Arnold
nold Arnold were in Ocala Monday.
Good progress is being made on
the hard' road which is getting so
near Weirsdale that it can be seen
from town. The Summerfield road
should come next.
Mr. Robert Turner, a winter tour tourist
ist tourist of Akron, Ohio, who lives to the
'.vest of the new house of A. A. Bart Bart-lett's,
lett's, Bart-lett's, has teen quite sick for more

Orangle Groves
from 5 to 50 Acres
that will pay

ST.
CO.

eek now and
at this writ-
ting is li
ttle, if any, improved.
Mr. Fr
ank Lytle, with his daugh-
ter, Juaii
ita. Miss Florence Sch nit-
zler and
Mrs. R. L. Lytle, autoei to-
Eustis an
i return Wednesday.
wiLinvoon
(S
bmter County Times)
The Seaboard is making a num number
ber number of imnrovements in our city. It
has morf? than a hundred men at
vork he j-e changing tracks, building
new oneL etc. The foundation has
been laid! for a new djepot. We ex-
pect the
carpenters ljiere in a few
days to
rush it to comjpletion.
T. X. Curingtjon is in our
Mrs.
state ca
ital taking a
course in pre-
serving.
sewing and dooking. 3drs..
Curingtqn is superintendent of the
Baptist
Sunday school
and is one of
the best
women in our state. To say
that we
miss her is i
utting it very
m'ld.
Mr. BI. J. Nichols lis in Thomas-
ville, Gii., on a short business trip.
He will return the latter part of the
week.
Mr. Ii. M. Gunn, the efficient may-
or of our city, is improving" his hotel
i
property.
Bates hajs had his cozy
.Mr. IL R.
little cottage on Oxford street put in
ursi ciass conaiuon.
'Everybody is busy
in this section
the doctors,
well that they
of the county except
who do their work sq
are constantly out of employment.
REPAIRING
THE
DUXX
tSLLOX ROAD
Duniellon Advocate: The condi condition
tion condition Ofj the Ocala Dunnellon. road
was brought to the Attention of the
county commissioner very forcibly
last Tuesday, when d. L. Dean, Or.
Baskin, S. W. Pettetray and G. VtJ.
Neville, as a committee presented a.,
petitlo i with overj one hundred
names which Mr.' Dpan had secured
Monday. Commissibners Luff man,.
Davis, I Henderson anjd Watkins made
a personal inspection of the road
and agreed to use lime rock for sur
ra cing
as requested,) instead of clay..
for a period of sixty days to give the
clav already laid a Ithorouch test to
also qgreed to use Jthe road scraper
more
liberally on the worst ruts
PINE
I.US SPECIAiL BETWEEN'
JAX. iAXl ST. PETE.
Dujnnellon Advoctate: The Coast
line jvill put on a new train begin beginning
ning beginning IMarch 17th. I This train will
run jbetween St. Petersburg and
Jacksonville and will "be known as
t i
tn Ifineallas Special. It consists of
one c-Jmiuinaiion car, two nrst CJasH
coaches and two p4rlor cars. Leav
ing
St. Petersburg, northbound, at
11:3
a. m. and riunnellon at 3:47
it
will arrive in Jacksonville
at
I tl i u II. Ill
Th
e train will leave Jacksonville
on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri Fridays!
days! Fridays! and passengers will only be
handled on this train from Newberry
Duniellon, and T ilby. Train will
not be delayed loaning baggage.
COTTAGE
X)K RE XT
M
jy cottage on S
outh Third street,
nexti door west of
hou4e, all moler
he primarr school
conveniences, is
for
rent at $20 per month. R. R
1-23-tf
S
ibscriptions for all magazines
n at The Murray Company. 34-3t
take
dandy demonstration at Gerig's
Drujg Store on Saturday afternoon.
Mach 7th.
3-i-n
SUKAK. HAMMOCK LANiS
Part ridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocal 1-13-tf
jldverti'e in the St.tr.
I

tnan a v.

20 to 4(j) per cent,
on Investment.

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TIIK OCALA EVKMNU STAU SATUIUKW, MARCH 7, 1914

OCALA OCCURRENCES

K. of P. meet Monday night.

Elks meet Tuesday evening.

Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.

DAILY WEATHF.Il 11KPOHT

Board of Trade Thursday night.

Moose meet Thursday evening.

F. U. of A. meets Thursday night.

IVoodmen meet Friday evening.

See the new stationery, Cranes
& Whiting's, at The Murray Co. 4-3t

A son was born this morning to
Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Peacock.

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

Loose-leaf memorandum books at
The Murray Company. 3-4-3t

The following weather report is
furnished the Star every afternoon
by Mr. F. G. B. Weihe, local report reporter
er reporter for the weather bureau operated
by the United States department of
agriculture, showing maximum and
minimum temperature and rainfall
during the twenty-four hours end ending
ing ending at 3 p. m.:
Max. Min. R. F.
March 1 C2 47 .00
March 2 36 34 .00
March 3 62 32 .00
March 4 73 39 .00
March 5. ......72 51 .45
March 6 66 51 .00
March 7 66 42 .00
Forecast for Tonight and Tomorrow
For Florida, fair, tonight and Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Light frost north portion.
SWKKT THINGS AT
A POP FLA II STOKE

Mr. Howard Syke3 of Tampa was
a business visitor to the city yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, returning home on the limited.

1)11. W. K. LAXB Specialist, Ey
Car, Nose and Throat. Office Law
library Building. Ocala Adv.

Mr. Robertson of Williston has
bought a fine driving horse from Mr.
II. J. Nichols

Mr. H. J. Nichols has received
another lot of mules at his barn on
West Exposition street.

Owing to the continued sickness
of Rev. J. G. Glass, there will be no
services at the Episcopal church to-
morrow: '

iMr. V E. Clark, president of the
II. B. Masters Company, left on the
Seaboard limited this afternoon for
New.. York.

Read the advertisement elsewhere
in this issue of the 25 head of second-hand
mules for sale, very cheap!
at the stables of Tompkins & Cobb. ;,

S't. Margaret's Guild will take or or-'ders
'ders or-'ders for cakes, pies, sandwiches and
mayonnaise dressing during Lent.
Phone 137.

Captains T. H. Johnson and T. E.
Bridges and Mr. O. B. Howse, com composed
posed composed a pleasant piscatorial party
to the river today. If length of pole
counts, Captain Johnson will bring
back the longest string.

The high school girls are pro processing
cessing processing nicely with their basket ball
practice and their coach, Miss An-ders-riii,
expects to arrange a game
.for them with Ocala in the near fu future.
ture. future. Dunnellon Advocate.

Judge David S.1 Williams has re returned
turned returned from a visit to Captain Alfred
at Port Inglis. The judge was at the
pert during the recent storm, which
ir.ado things tempestuous around
the little island. Captain Alfred's
son-in-law, Mr. L. W. Hendricks, was
out on the gulf during two days of
the storm, on board the tug Auchin Auchin-closs,
closs, Auchin-closs, which was searching for a
barge that had gone adrift.

In speaking of the death of the
late T. C. Hall, the Atlanta Journal
after writing a short obituary, add added:
ed: added: ''Mr. Hall was well known in
Atlanta, where he had had large
business interests, and is also well

known in Florida and the Carolinas,
in which states he had turpentine in interests.
terests. interests. He was a deacon in the
First Baptist church of Ocala, and
the news of his death will be receiv received
ed received with regret in his home city."

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 Neck Clams
Shrimp
Lobsters
Cod Roe. Shad Roe
Herring Roe
Smoked Halibut

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OCALA, FLA.
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Statement of the Condition of the j
OCALA IIATIOIIAU BAUK
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Condensed from Report to the Comp Comptroller
troller Comptroller of the Currencv

RESOURCES
Loans and discounts, Ma Marion
rion Marion county warrants
and securities $278,899.40
United States bonds to :
secure circulation.. 75,000.00
Banking house, furniture
and fixtures 40,000.00
Cash on hand and due
from banks 77,995.24
$'471,894.64
LIABILITIES
Capital stock (fully paid J
in) $1 75,000.00
Surplus (earned) i 10,000.00
Undivided profits 3,965.69
Circulation 75,000.00
DEPOSITS :307,92S.95

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Gerig's drugstore is even more
1 opular than usual this afternoon,
with Mrs. Spencer, representing Nun Nun-nally's
nally's Nun-nally's candies, giving a demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration of the splendid goods manufac

tured 'by her house. All kinds of

candies are in evidence, and Mrs.1 Comparative statement pf deposits
Spencer is an exceedingly appro-jsince organization, as per calls of the
priate person to demonstrate their .comptroller of the currency:

merits. The demonstration will con con-t'nue
t'nue con-t'nue all the evening.

j Began Business February! 18, 1911
iDeposits Mch. 7, 1911..$; 62,642.00

''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 TJ. S. DEPOSITARY,
The Ocala National Bank
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CASH FOB HIS CHOPS

COOI'EISATE WITH

THE CIVIC COMMITTEE

Deposits June 7, 1911
iDeposits Sept. 1, 1911

!l08,900.12
'103,314.03

Mr. W. J. Crosby, the boss vege vegetable
table vegetable and fruit grower of the Orange
Lake section, was in the city yester yesterday
day yesterday and in conversation with a Star
reporter said he had just had 're 'returns
turns 'returns from two shipments of lettuce
made last week.
One car shipped from the farm of
Dupree & Crosby at Island Grove
brought $5 per crate. One car ship shipped
ped shipped from Citra by Crosby & Wart Wart-mann
mann Wart-mann brought $4.50 per crate. An Another
other Another car is being made up today and
will reach the market by Monday
morning, from this farm.
Mr. Crosby says if his race for the
legislature at the coming primary
turns out as successful as his early
vegetable growing he will be more
than satisfied with the results.

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noyed annoyed of late by the theft of papers delivered in the yards of
subscribers. These patrons pay for the papers and are enUtled
to them, and unless those vrho have been making a habit of
filching the Star from the yards and., verandas cease the prac practice,
tice, practice, we sliall prosecute them. Several of the guilty parties are
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Deposits Dec. 5, 1911... 116,228.81

IDeposits Feb. 20, 1912.. !13S,944.1S:

The housekeepers of Ocala are iDePOsits Apr. 1 S, 1912 . l79,201.81

urged to cooperate with the civic Deposits June 14, 1912
committee in cleaning up the town, Deposits Sept. 4 1912.
and see that all trash is convenient-' Deposits Nov 26, 1912
y placed where the "trash carts will deposits Feb. 4, 1913.
be sure to get it. deposits April 4, 1913.

Mrs. Geo. J. Blitch, Deposits June 4, 1913.

Chairman Civic Committee. Inotcit, a no- o iqi?

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CO I K 1)1 1 KATE SONS
WILL FORM A 'CAMP

Mr. W. V. Harriss is meeting with

Deposits Oct. 21, 1913
Deposits Jan. 13, 1914
Deposits, Mch. I, 1914.
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ll 99,51 S. 95
j225,271.62
242,039.72
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,326,797.91
'304,429.60

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success in ( organizing a

Sens of Confederate Veterans. Fifty-j

cue uaic siguca lilts' iuii, aim man.
others are in prospect.
sQcala, should certainly be able to
establish a large camp of the sons of
veterans, which would be a most
honorable and useful institution.
If your father fought for the Lost
Cause, give your name to Mr. Har Harriss
riss Harriss and thereby help the camp and
yourself.
(Mr. Harriss requests the Star to
remind the veterans of their prom promise
ise promise to urge their sons and the sons
of their comrades to join the organization.

camp of jMjSS AFFLECK'S

FOH VOLUXTEEH FIKEMEX

Chief Chambers is fixing up a hose
reel with 300 feet of hose and will
take it to Mr. Fauseijt's store where
there will be a volunteer fire com company
pany company organized.. Later on there will

be one in the northern part of townv

Y hen Hamp and a bunch of volun volunteers
teers volunteers came rushing around the Star
corner about 2 p. m. with the reel
trailing behind them, it looked like
oi l times when the boys rallied to
the yell of "Stand by the machine."

FIXE M1ILLIXEIIV

DAVIS HAD A XAIHIOW
ESCAPE FROM DEATH

The millinery opening

announced

Mr. II. J. Davis, proprietor of the
commissary at the Levon mill, had
a most miraculous escape from death
yesterday afternoon about six miles
south of town when his car turned
turtle. He was riding along at a
moderate speed when the car struck
some object in the road and "took

to the woods." It turned completely
over, pinning Mr. Davis underneath.
Two men driving along about a hun hundred
dred hundred yards behind bim, saw the ac accident
cident accident and rushed to his assistance.
They dug around him and released
him from his perilous position little
the worse for his experience. He
came to Ocala this morning and sent
Mr. B. B. Buie of the Knight and
Lang garage to bring in his car.

Considering the fact that it was
found with all four wheels in the air,
it sustained very little damage. The

hood and windshield were complete completely
ly completely demolished, ibut the balance of

the car is practically unscratched.
Mr. Davis was pinned directly under
the smashed windshield and just
how he escaped being badly cut by
it cannot even be surmised. He is
in the city today, but aside from feel feeling
ing feeling somewhat stiff, is all O. K.

in another column by Mis Mary Af Affleck
fleck Affleck will be something new to the
ladies of Ocala. It is tojbe held in
the evening and fruit pupchwill be
served to all the visitors jon ibis oc occasion,
casion, occasion, i
It will also be noted that Miss Af Af-Peck
Peck Af-Peck will be located in ne'w quarters,
(Or rather, in old quarters, as this
i?. the place in which her. Ocala bus business
iness business career begun). Scie will oc occupy
cupy occupy the left rear portion of the
Helvenston store and the west show
window will be used for the display
of her goods.
The new location is bejing attract attractively
ively attractively done over and she will move in
on Tuesday. j
Extensive preparations aro being
made for entertaining the ladies on
next Thursday evening. Miss Af Affleck
fleck Affleck will be assisted in showing mil millinery
linery millinery and serving by Mrs. Ellis,
Mrs. Allegood and Miss llillie Marsh;
hi: of whom are verj' (enthusiastic
over the new innovation of having
an evening opening.

I IKE AT BELLEVIEW
Yesterday afternoon the cottage
at Belleview belonging to Mrs. E. F.
Bush was totally destroyed by fire.
Mrs. Brown and her son Monroe,
who were occupying the house, lost
everything they possessed, clothing
included. The citizens of Belleview
worked hard to save the place, and
as those good people never do things
by halves, they soon raised a sub subscription
scription subscription of about $75 for Mrs.
Brown. There was no insurance on
the property.

GEO. W. VAXDEHKILT
Washington, March 7 George W.
Vnnderbilt, 52, multi-millionaire
philanthropist and sportsman of in international
ternational international reputation, died here
yesterday afternoon from heart fail-

jure following an operation for ap

pendicitis Tuesday.

CEXTEU HILL

For Ten Days

We will have rju 'display all the
new Imported Pattern Hats and
Novelties. Att-thenew up-to-date
stock will: be soidat actual Cost
for Cash. Sal lasts ten days, un un-til
til un-til Saturday, March 14th only.
Everybody invitfed to ca)l. The
Greatest Bargains ever offered in
Ocala.

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OCALA, FLORIDA

SUGAK HAMMOCK .'LANDS
la rt r i dee- Wood ro v Com pa n y
Selling Agentjs
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-12-tf

Dr. Kerr Boyce Tupper of Phila Philadelphia,
delphia, Philadelphia, the brilliant speaker ap appearing
pearing appearing daily eince Wednesday on
the Chautauqua program, left today.
Dr. Tupper is an eloquent minister
and his morning talks on the Bible
and lectures have been the very best
numbers on the splendid program.

This morning at 10 o'clock there
was a small blaze in a house belong belonging
ing belonging to Thomas Johnson, a colored

man, m the third ward. The fire firemen
men firemen squelched it before it did more

than 1 3 worth of damage.

J. N. Tiller, the well known naval

stores operator of Ocala, was a busi business
ness business visitor to Bronson and Janney

last week. Bronson Times-Demo

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Every week people are coming
from different portions of the north
and west and many of them are pur purchasing
chasing purchasing property here. There is
greater activity in the real estate
business than ever before.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Tuck Tucker,
er, Tucker, a son.
A new office is being built next to

the bank for the hustling real estate
firm of Kimbrough & Archibald. The
building is to be a very neat one in indeed,
deed, indeed, although rather small.
Friends of Mrs. E. Edmunds will
be glad to know that she is slowly

improving from her recent illness.

Mr. and Mrs. Byron Jordan are

receiving the congratulations of their

Friends on the appearance of a ten

pound boy at their home Feb. 25th.

SUGAR HAMMOCK LAXrS
Part ridge-Woodrow Company
Selling A gents
Merchant's BIcck, Ocala 1-13-tf

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 YOlJ
BEFORE THE FIRE

It's the Only Kind
THAT COUNTS!
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The J. D. Robertson Building.
A Full line of Choice

Wines and Beer.
lervice and Choice Goods Dis-

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They Sholud be Protected Against

Internal Uneleanliness as Well
as External Contamination
The delicate organs of the matur

ing child are more susceptible to the
influence of disease and infection

than are the more seasoned organs
of grown-ups. Malaria takes an
early and strong hold on the child's

liver and causes headaches, coated

tongue, indigestion, cramps and
many other dangerous conditions.
These are the signal posts of

warning nature provides that your

child may be relieved of impending

sickness.

The proven remedy, Carswell's

Liter-Aid which is a purely veget vegetable
able vegetable liquid compound should be in

your medicine chest ready to admin

ister at the first sign of a disordered
liver.

Fifty cents purchases a large bot bottle
tle bottle at The Court Pharmacy, under
the absolute guarantee that price
will be returned without quibble If
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, 3IARCH 7, 1914
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OF OC ALA,
.OCALA, FLA.

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. RLITC1I, President

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j Will be at the Chautauqua
Monday Evening
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The Star is glad to be informed

that Dr. Frederick A. Cook

.'Superbly Furnislied Ladies Depart Department
ment Department of the H. II. Masters Store
Anion? the recent additions and
improvements in the mercantile es

tablishments in this city U

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ladies" department of the H. B. Mas-1

I terr. Comnanv. This department s :

tn3 has been moved from the first to the j

pportaiiity S

-But you may not be that man.

You'll wish yoto had
backed your judgment

after the other man has used his and bought.

Don't Delay I

Arctic explorer, will be at the Tem- second floor and now occupies a j

pie in the Chautauqua course Mon-j space of of about thirty by seventy

feet in the northwest corner of the

$1,500

W. II. McRAINEY,
Vice President.
I). E. MclVER,
Vice President.

I. C. STILES, Jr.,
Cashier.
W. V. WHEELER,
Assistant Cashier.

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A -MAX OUGHT NOT TO HE SHOT Oil PUT INTO AX AS ASYLUM
YLUM ASYLUM JUST BECAUSE HE ORDERS GOODS AWAY FROM
HOME FROM A CATALOGUE HOUSE.
HE ONLY NEEDS TO RE TAUGHT THAT HE CAN RUY BET BETTER
TER BETTER AND CHEAPER AT HOME.
THEN THERE'S NO FREIGHT TO PAY; HE CAN SEE WHAT
HE BUYS REFORE HE PAYS OUT HIS MONEY; HE IS
SURE OF GETTING RELIABLE, KNOWN BRANIS OF GOODS.
AND WE ARK HERE 365 DAYS A YEAR TO MAKE GOOD OX
WHAT WE SAY AND SELL.

Martoi MaMwaure. Co.
Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.

day.
Dr. Cook claims he was the first
white man who reached the north
i cle. His title is disputed by Peary.
But Dr. Cook's assertion is believed
by many, among them some of the
foremost scientists familiar with the
Arctic. So far as personal proof is
concerned, there is just as much rea reason
son reason to believe Dr. Cook as Admiral
Peary. Dr. Cook says he went to
the pole with only the Eskimo be because
cause because there were no white men to
go with him. Peary deliberately
shut out the white men on his ex expedition
pedition expedition because he wanted the
glory alone. There might have been
another reason he could have dup duped
ed duped an Eskimo more easily than a

white man.
At any rate, Dr. Cook has been,
far north very far. If not to the
pole, very, close to it. The Star has
always believed that he made an
honest statement. He might have
been mistaken so might Peary.
The people should turn out in
force to hear and see him. Both will
be notable and interesting.
The Star is sorry to say the Chau

tauqua meetings have not been at attended
tended attended in proportion to their merits.
This is to be regretted, for there is
something for everyone in them
many somethings for most people.
Secretary Rooney is doing double
work attending to his Board of
Trade affairs and the Chautauqua.

Mrs. Rooney and even the two little
children have helped, and the peo people
ple people should appreciate the public
spirit of the entire family.
The expense of the Chautauqua is
heavy, and so far the receipts have
been light. If the people do not
turn out in more force, it will be a
linancial failure, which will not be
to the credit of Ocala.
There was a rather larger attend attendance
ance attendance last night, and the Bertha
Wooden orchestra gave a splendid
performance. Julius Caesar Nayphe,
the Athenian, was detainei else
where. His place on the program
was acceptably filled by Dr. Tupper.
Mr. Nayphe will be here this after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, evening and tomorrow. j
Today has been another of the
4m g days of the Chautauqua enter entertainments
tainments entertainments being afforded the people

of Ocala. Beginning at 30 o"clock
Dr. Tupper openei the program ar arranged
ranged arranged especially for the children by
delivering a thirty minute talk on
the. Bible. His stories, attractively
tcld, were interesting not only to
the youthful hearers but to the old older
er older ones as well.

At 10 o'clock Mrs. Lydia W. Lock Lock-ling
ling Lock-ling established a drawing card for
her talk and if all her talks are as
praiseworthy as the one this morn morning
ing morning her audience will increase rapid rapidly
ly rapidly in numbers. Mrs. Lockling is a
trained kindergartener and also a
writer of some prominence. She told
the children original stories of the
Bible, of history and about fairies
and made thinks so plain to the

! children that they readily grasped

the speaker's meanings.
The morning session concludes
with Dr. Tupper delivering his noted
lecture "The Literary Glory of the
Bible." This celebrated discourse

has been heard by thousands of peo

ple and for its fullness of wonderful
food material has been pronounced,
and deservingly. one of the very bet

Chautauqua lectures in this country.

At this evening's performance, the
Bertha Wooden orchestra will -again

entertain, and Mr. Nayphe will give

his famous address.

REAL vs. FALSE 'Economy pI This Time.
Resist the mental suggestion to curtain your regular taking of
ice until "the weather turns warm again." Your refrigerator if
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 your ice bill.
OCALA ICE &. PACKING CO

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Orchestra Comique Wediiexlity
Evening

building. The floor is handsomely
matted and with the scattering rugs
makes a splendid appearance.
The north side of the room is oc occupied
cupied occupied by glass wall cases which
contain, besides a vast quantity of
coat suits, wash dresses and kimo kimo-nas,
nas, kimo-nas, a most elegant line of fancy
evening dresses in voiles, nets, em embroideries
broideries embroideries and lingeries which were
designed by experts at home and
abroad.
On the south side of the room are
located the sectional tier of cases
containing ladies' and children's
underwear.
In the center is a solid glass show
case about six by ten feet, contain

ing every imaginable design of
ladies' waists from the dollar seller
up to those retailing for upward of
twenty dollars. Inside the case is a
hanger appliance which can be turn turned
ed turned completely around when the in inside
side inside doors are opened, making it a
most desirable part of the furniture.
Two large oxidized bronze swing swinging
ing swinging pedestals occupy positions in

each end of the apartment, and these
are loaded with every known model
of skirt and petticoat in the latter
day' category of this sort of apparel.
Large mirrors and other conveni conveniences
ences conveniences are there is abundance, and a
dressing room, where the elegant cos costumes
tumes costumes may be tried on, is made up

in a jiffy with a nicely contrived ar arrangement
rangement arrangement of heavy curtains, in the
western end of the room.
Besides a complete system of elec electric
tric electric lighting, the room has a large
skylight which is a great aid in dis displaying
playing displaying colored goods in their true
shades, which is almost impossible
where artificial light must be entire entirely
ly entirely relied upon.
Miss Lillie Frost, who has charge
of the dry goods department of the
big Masters store, is justly proud of
the new department opened exclus exclusively
ively exclusively for ladies wear, and its ar arrangement
rangement arrangement would be a credit to a
city five times the size of Ocala.

Monday, March 9th
10:30 a. m. C. L. S. C. Round
Table Miss Hamilton.
2:30 p. ni. Robley Male Quartet.
"Within the Law" Presented by
Miss Gay Zenola MacLaren. Amer America's
ica's America's greatest play producer.
Junior Chautauqua. Stories .for
the children b'r Mrs. Lockling.
7:45 p. m. Robley Male Quartet.
Dr. Frederick A. Cook, the Arctic

explorer.

Tuesday, March 10th
10:20 a. m. C. L. S. C Round

Table Miss Hamilton.

2:30 p. m. Robley Male Quartet.

Miss Gay Zenola MacLaren, pre

senting, "Maggie Pepper."

Junior Chautauqua. Stories for

the children by Mrs. Lockling.

7:30 p. m. Singing, Robley Male

Quartet.

Miss Gay Zenola MacLaren, pre

senting. "The Sign of the Cross.
Wednesday, March 11th

10 a. m. Opening exercises of the

Grand Lodge K. of P.

11 a. m. C. L. S. C. Round

Table -Miss Hamilton.
2:30 p. m. Robley Male Quartet.
Junior Chautauqua. Stories for
the children by Mrs. Lockling.
S p. m. Full concert and playlet
Robley Male Quartet.
The Orchestra Comique, direction
ol Miss Dolly Randolph. Given just

for fun among our homefolk. Opens
at S:30.
Closing words, prophecies for an

other year. Adieux.

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52 acres on Lemon Avenuk cleared and fenced.
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Two Lots in Second Ward, near Camp Heights.
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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. j
$12,000 now being spent on improving the
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Firm consideration and especial" atfenttbn given to small tmcts.

Miss Dolly Randolph is expected
tin? afternoon, to train the perform perform-eis
eis perform-eis in the orchestra comique. which
will be given Weinesday instead of
Taesdav evening. This will be to

jrive more rehearsals, and afford an
opportunity for K. of P. visitors, as
well as our own people to see this
splendid entertainment.
Following is the program for this
evening and following days:
Saturday Lvenins
8 p. m. Full concert by Bertha

Wooden Orchestra.
Julius Caesar Xayphe. the Athen Athenian,
ian, Athenian, on "America."
Miss Haanon, soprano.
Sunday, March Kth
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 Mai" Quar

tet.
Free-will offering for the main
tenance of the Chautauqua. ;

Julius Caesar Nayphe. presenting,

"The 23rd Psalm."

WORLD ALMANACS FOR 1914

Worlj Almanacs at Ballard's, 35
cents each. 1-29-tf

XOTE NEW LjOCATIOX
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Thursday Evening, March 12th.
Punch Served 8 to 10:30
Also
Showing Friday
Everybody Invited
At Helvenston's Store

UNCLASSIFIED ADS
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rsnt and Similar Local Needs

T TIIK CHURCHES TOMORROW

Presbyterian
(Pastor. Rev. W. H. Dodge. D. D.)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
1 1 a. m. Sermon.
Subject, "A Prisoner" Prayer."
3 p. m. Junior Mission Society.
7: GO p. m. Sermon.
Subject. "Restoration."

A cordial invitation is extended to
the public and all stranrs in the
city.
Methodist
Rev. J. M. Gross, D. D., Pastor.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sermon.
Preaching by Dr. Wilson, editor of
Florida Christian Advocate.
7:30 p. m. Preaching.
All cordially invited. Strangers
welcome to all the services.

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COTTAGE FOR RENT 411
Watula street; 6 rooms and
bath (new); toilet, gas, elec electric
tric electric lights; interior newly
painted and artistically dec decorated;
orated; decorated; open for inspection.
W. W. Condon. 5-5-6t

WANTED Position by young man,
married, who is well experienced
in office work and general mer merchandise
chandise merchandise business. Can furnish
A. No. 1 reference. Address box
355, Dunnellon, Fla. 3-7-10t
WANTED Position as bookkeeper
or stenographer. Address A. H.,
113 South Second street, Ocala
Fla. 2-2S-tf

ble. Apply at No. 103 Tuscawllla
street. 3-2-tf
v'OTTAGE FOR RENT My cot cottage
tage cottage on South Third street, next
door west of the primary school
house, all modern conveniences, is
for rent at $20 per month. R. R.
Carroll. 1-23-t!

STORE FOR RENT A roomy,

well located store in the Robertson
block Apply to S. M. Standley, cor corner
ner corner Oklawaha avenue and Main
street." 2-2-tf
FOR SALE

Thirty (30) head of second hand
mule will be sold at $50 and up.
Mut be sold quick. Mules can be
seen at our stable. Tompkins &
Cobb, Ocala, Fla. 3-G-2t

COOK WANTED A good colored
woman cook who can make her-

house. Must be steady and relia-1 Seaboard barber shop. 3-3-6t

SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrowr Com pan
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala

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

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THE OCALA EVEN I A (i STAR, SATURDAY, .MARCH 7, 1914

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTING Ell & CAIiROLL, PROPRIETORS
U. R, Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavenj;ood. Business Manager
J. If. Benjamin, Editor

Stockton's success is not as "likely" j
: as it seemed a few, weeks ago, and;
ve regret to have to inform Dixie
that, in this county at least, it has ;
decreased the likeli'ness. In one re- ;
I ?ect. the Star is sorry to see that
j Dixie has made itsel fas objectiona-

' ble as the T.-U.

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice a3 second class matter.

PHOXK 51

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

1
OCALA HOUSE IMPROVEMENTS

(Domestic)
One year, in advance $5.00
Ctx months, in adance.... 2.50
Three months, in advance. 1.25
One. month, jx advance 50

(Foreign)
One year, in advance $8.00

Six months, in advance.

4.25

Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance 80

An honored exchange pertinently
suggests that we now spell it the
!Monrow doctrine.

The county commissioners of Du Du-Tal
Tal Du-Tal have given the publication of
the delinquent tax list to Dixie,
which the Star is glad to see.

The good book says, "Love your
enemies," and the Star will do that
same when it gets around to it. But
it will first try to use the proper
amount of energy in loving, its
friends.

The actions and utterances o our
public men, and the general temper
of our people toward Mexico, remind
the Star very much of conditions in
the last few months before the Span-
ish-Ameriean war.

What has become of the old-fashioned
schoolmaster who thrashed a
boy at school if he needed it and
then mauled the boy's father and
big brother if necessary. Starke
Telegraph.
We have one in Ocala, who is
able to pull off that stunt, if necessary.

Out in California is a judge, who
on having brought before him a ne negro
gro negro -charged with robbing white
girls, and forcing them to submit to
be kissed by him, sent the coon to
the penitentiary for thirty years.
And, strange to say, some white peo people,
ple, people, among them several women, ob object
ject object to the sentence, and are clamor clamoring
ing clamoring for the recall of the judge.

We have received from Senator
Fletcher a neat little book contain containing
ing containing the laws and regulations for col collecting
lecting collecting the income tax, and as soon
as the Star raises our salary about
$1700 a year we shall take great
pleasure in studying the same. In
the meantime if any friend of ours,
embarrassed with riches, desires the
necessary information, we will loan
him the book for an hour or two.

Moore immortalized in his peerless
poem, "The Fire Worshipers." He
had his faults, but if he had knuckled
down to those whom he considered
the oppressors of his people, he could
have passed his life in comfort and
prosperity instead of in fighting
from hammock to swamp, and back
again, and finally dying in prison.

NOT NECESSARY

There were few of the old timers
in Florida who didn't know Major
Tom Hall of Ocala, who died in an
Atlanta hospital Wednesday. He was
one of the most companionable of
men and had a host of friends wher wherever
ever wherever he was known. His genial pres presence
ence presence will be sadly missed. Orlando
Sentinel.
And nowhere missed so much as in
Ocala.

It is the consensus of opinion that
the recent cold spell did compara comparatively
tively comparatively little harm in Florida. People
living in the section where drainage
operations are going on, however,
find to their unpleasant surprise
that the frost belt has moved a good
many miles south. There was frost
at Miami, and thousands of acres of
tomatoes in the Everglades suffered.
Any Marion county cracker could
have told the people down that way
what the reduction of their water
protection would mean.

It is said that Majority Leader

Underwood will oppose the president
in his attempt to have exemption of

.American coastwise vessels from
canal tolls repealed. Mr. Underwood
is a solid and useful statesman, but
rather a narrow one. He is not broad
enough for a president, and hardly
broad enough for a senator. Exemp Exemption
tion Exemption to canal tolls is nothing less
than a form o ship subsidy, to
which the democratic party has al always
ways always been opposed. It is not in the
least in the interest of the people.

pur esteemed friend of the Ocala
Evening Star, in rather ex-cathedra
manner, takes to task both the St.
Petersburg Independent and the
Times for what we said about the
Japanese-nMexican affinity, and says
that we both have erred in different

directions and in various particulars
in regard to the matter.
It may be that we have when our
several articles are critically scanned
and censoriously examined as to
every detail of statement. If we had
been preparing an essay in compe competition
tition competition for Xhe prize in historical and
ethnological erudition we would
have taken the trouble to consult
the same encyclopedia that our
friend did, and maybe some others.
But such were not the circumstances
of the occasion. There was no de demand
mand demand for such excessive particular particularity.
ity. particularity. We wrote merely from our gen general,
eral, general, every-day knowledge.
It. is true, as our friend surmises,
that we have never been "on the
ground," and under present circum circumstances
stances circumstances we have no intention of go going
ing going on the ground lest we perchance
get under it. But we have read
quite a number of books about it
perhaps, by a bare' possibility, as
our friend of the Star.
We used the name "Aztecs" mere merely
ly merely as a general designation of the
native inhabitants of Mexico at the
time of the conquest of Cortez, as
have many other writers of greater
pretentions than ourselves, for con convenience
venience convenience of avoiding the writing of
a long list of jaw-breakers that
would have served no other purpose
than to display our erudition.
The statement of our contempo contemporary
rary contemporary in relation to different tribes,
their respective locations and extent
of territories, are in the main cor correct;
rect; correct; but what was the use to cover
two or three columns in order to
cover the point in our first article?
It would have been time and space,
which are rather valuable to us,
wasted. It was absolutely unneces unnecessary.
sary. unnecessary. Life is too short and we

have too much to do. Tampa Times.
The Star accepts the above, little
sermon in perfect good humor, but

it begs the Times to observe that it
didn't use two or three columns, but
only half a column in dealing with
the subject; also, it was the St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg Times, and not the Inde Independent
pendent Independent which was coupled with our
esteemed Tampa contemporary. The
editor of the Star confesses to using
what little erudition he has in writ writing
ing writing an article, because he thinks
that is the time of all times to use
it. But he hasn't accused the edi editor
tor editor of the Times of writing his edi editorials
torials editorials out of the encyclopedia, and
as far as he is himself -concerned he

can produce amaavus rrom an ine

Star printers that he never reads any

thing but the Ocala city directory,
the telephone book, the Tampa

Times and about forty other papers
of less erudition.

City's Once Famiftis Hotel Will Re Renew
new Renew Its Old Time Splendor
This little article will tell the pub public
lic public what Mr. Louis X. Long, the new
manager of the Ocala House, has

done and is doing with the big hotel.
Mr. Long is a successful hotel man
of many years' experience both in
Florida and the North. He is pro proprietor
prietor proprietor of the popular Keystone ho hotel
tel hotel at Fernandina and the patrons of
that house vouch! for its excellent
service. I
Mr. Long has a lease on the Ocala

House for five years with the priv privilege
ilege privilege of five more. The owners of
the house, under his contract, are to
spend a large sum of money on its
improvement. This is now being
done and the wok will be pushed
as rapidly as possible so that all
changes and improvements will have
been made before the rush of travel traveling
ing traveling men to Ocalai in the early sum summer.
mer. summer. I
Some of the changes and improve improvements
ments improvements on the Ocala House are as
follows: I
The large verandas along the
front or Main street side, both first
and second floors, will be torn away

entirely and new lones built in their
place with 12-inch turned columns
supporting them. Four dozen hand handsome
some handsome porch chairs have been bought
for these porches. The woodwork
on the entire outside of the build building
ing building will be painted.
Copper wire screens have already
been placed over every outside open opening,
ing, opening, doors and windows, the first
time in its history that the house
has ever been scrje'ened.
The lobby will, be finished in
green and gold, the walls papered
with sea green water-proof finish,
with white enamel trimmings. The
office desk will be in mission and
three large leather settees and
twelve big rockers and arm chairs
will be placed in the lobby. Six in individual
dividual individual writing desks will be in installed
stalled installed and four 'handsome rugs, 12
by 15 feet, will be laid on the floor.
The ladies parlor, dining room
and halls on the ground floor will all
be gone over andplaced in first class
condition and furnished with taste
and elegance.
The rear porches inside of the
court will be repaired or rebuilt, as
the need may be, and the large
court will be trimmed out. where the
undergrowth has been allowed to
grow and a tenjnis court made for
the guests and friends of the house.
A modern Otis elevator will be
placed in the stair well, on the north
side of the lobby! and a prompt ser

vice maintained .it all times, serving
11 1 1 1-1 m a ...

all three floors. This elevator will
be installed as soon as it arrives.

The Ocala Tele

ing a complete
tance phone ser

with a phone in

phones will be

nection can be h

Representative Frank Clark has

made a niche for himself among the
immortals by introducing a bill ap appropriating
propriating appropriating the sum of twenty-five
thousand dollars for a monument to

the Indian chief Osceola. Frank
must be figuring on the Everglades

Tote. It -would be a deal more reas reasonable
onable reasonable to introduce a bill to buy
pants for the Seminoles. Orlando

Sentinel.
While we are building monuments
are might as well erect one to Os

eeola. From all possible to learn of
Xiim, he was a sincere patriot and a
skillful soldier. Perhaps, as fine a
character as Hafed, whom Thomas

phone Co. is install-

ocal and long dis-

ice in the house,

every room. The

he latest and con

ad frdm each guest

room to any part of the house, city

or state.

There will be running water, hot

and cold, in every room in the house,
but most of the rooms already have
running water. There are twenty
bed rooms with private' baths.

The furniture in the bed rooms
will all be finished in white. The
old carpets have been removed, the
floors refinished and large rugs will
be used instead of carpets. All of
the first and second floor rooms will
be heated with gas radiators, and
later on the third floors will be sim similarly
ilarly similarly heated.
The large room taking up almost
the entire east wing of the second
floor, which has been used as a
sample room since the dining room

My friend J. H. Benjamin, of the

Ocala Star, is enjoying the novelty of

having his defense of Holt republish republished
ed republished in the Times-Union, which con

vinces me that politics, indeed, make
strange bed-fellows. Mr. Benjamin is

a staunch friend of Mr. Fletcher's,

but he writes me that he believes

Stockton will "likely be elected."

Dixie.

The Star hasn't tried to occupy the

same bed with the Times-Union, but
if the T.-U. comes into the Star's

room on a cold night, the Star can
always spare it a quilt. While the
Star had considerable fears of the
result when the campaign began, it
is beginning to be more and more
reassured as Mr. Fletcher's strength
develops. Mr. Fletcher's friends are
not making as much noise as Mr.
Stockton's, but they are steadily if
quietly coming to the front. Mr.

i CURDS

J. E

CHACE

Dental Surgeon

Rooms 9, 10, 11, Hplder Block
Phone 250

OCALA, FLORIDA

Terms: Cash.

L. F. BL.ALOC1

Dentlal Surgeon

Office Over

Commercial Bank

Phone 211

OCALjA, F LORIDA

PIANO TUNING
J E FRAMPTON
formerly of Lamar, Mo., is
now located in Ocala. Expert
work guaranteed. References
given. Call or address, 229
Daughertjr St., Ocala Fla.

OUR POLTOY
Ic 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,
noas 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.

Total
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THE OCALA HOUSE

wa removed to the ground floor sev

eral years ago, will be handsomely

done over and used as a ball room,

or large hall, where the friends of

Mr Long can gather whenever they!
care to, as guests of the hotel. This!
v ill be welcome news for the young!

society people of the city for they
have been without a suitable dance
hall for some time.
Mr. Long will open the dining
room later in the season, when all
the work is completed, and will give
the publip one of the best a la carte
services in the state.

Efficient help will bo employed

about the house and no other kind.
Courteous and thoroughly competent
hotel men are assisting Mr. Long in
the business office. 'Mr. George T.
Durant, chief clerk, is on the day
shift, and Mr. Clyde A-. Emerson lAs'
the night watch, both of whom will
take good care of the patrons of the
house.
The Star is proud to be able to an announce
nounce announce to the remainder of the state
and traveling public generally that
soon Ocala's hotel accommodations
will be second to none. The lack of
these accommodations has been one
of the city's greatest drawbacks in
years past.

Mil ff, f & WA TCH

3IAXV MEN WANTED IX
THE DUXXKLLON 3IIXES
Dunnellon Advocate: If the de demand
mand demand for phosphate is an indication
of prosperity coming, the advertise advertisement
ment advertisement of the Dunnellon Phosphate
Company, who seek 500 men to add
to their force in the mines around
Dunnellon, would show the promised
industrial awakening can not be far
away.

WHAT

CAN Jf Y

NAME
AND

BUSINESS)

BE?ML

WATCH
JIT T7

ACH WEEK

AND

YOU WILL

SEE

EACH WEEK IF YOU WILL WATCH THIS SPACE,
YOU WILL ALWAYS SEE MY SMILING FACE;
AND I WILL TELL YOU SOMETHING NEW;
' TWILL BE OF INTEREST TO YOU.
PRINCE CHARMING,
. ESPECIALL Y EMPLOYED B Y
A. E. BURNETT,

THE RELIABLE JEWELER

MERCHANT'S BLOCK

OCALA

WISE AND OTHERWISE
(Clipped Without Credit)
Half the truth may cause more
trouble than a whole lie.
Some men who pose as highfliers
land with a dull, sickening ker ker-chug.
chug. ker-chug. In union there may be strength,
but without union there would be no
divorces.
As a moral force, the average
man can never hope to be "more
than a danger signal.
i

'Men are great pretenders; some

even pretend to understand women.

But it is better to be born great
than it is to thrust yourself upon
greatness.
Another foolish habit is falling in
with people who are always falling
out.
Loafing is an easy profession only

for men who don't understand any

thing else.

BakOi

ELECTRICALLY
HEATED OVEN
..EL IIAKO attaches, to any electric
ight socket. The current is controll controll-d
d controll-d by a snap switch. At high tem temperature
perature temperature El Bako consumes about
the same amount of electricty as the
Hotpoint Iron. Accomodates two
large loares of bread, or two pies,
or a good sized roast or chicken.
The heating element Is guaranteed
for 5 years.

OCALA H. W TUCKER FLORIDA

Col. R. F. Rogers has received his
commission as postmaster at Ocala,
and his many friends are extending
the usual congratulations. "Colonel
Bob," as he is familiarly called, has
more friends and admirers in Flor Florida
ida Florida than you could shake a stick at.
He is the first democratic postmas postmaster
ter postmaster Ocala has had in sixteen years,
and as a consequence the democrats
in that city are rightfully jubilant.
Inverness Chronicle.

WRITE FOR PRICES.
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Lake Weir Brick Works
STANTON, FLA.

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, 3IARCH 7. 1914

-

MAII'S CLUB VORK

Mrs. If. Harold, Editor for .March

The Meaning of Home Economics
One of the most interesting ad addresses
dresses addresses given at the Washington
council was that of Miss Helen Lou Louise
ise Louise Johnson, chairman of the home
economics department. For the ben benefit
efit benefit of our many readers interested
in this subject we print the address
as follows:
Some little time ago there was a
frequently seen advertisement,
which pictured a woman tied by a
long, stout rope to a ham, boiling on
the stove. She had gone to the
length of her tether so as to gaze
longingly at an automobile rushing
by from which waved a group of
laughing friends. "Tied to the
Stove," was the title ot this suggest suggestive
ive suggestive sketch. I never looked at it
without thinking, that fitly portrays
what home economics mean to half
the women I meet. They see in it a
covert attempt to lasso them in their
flight toward the open road and tie
their foot to the stove and the ket kettle
tle kettle and the sink, while outside the
world goes happily whirling by. They
resent its sound because what seems

to beat upon their ears is the dis discordant
cordant discordant crashes of dishes and small
pans, the swing of the broom and
the sound of the scrubbing brush
loud in the land.
I need spend no time in elaborat elaborating
ing elaborating this. Every chairman of home
economics present, realizes more or

less fully, that our greatest difficul difficulty
ty difficulty lies in the prevailing belief that
our subject relates solely to the ac activities
tivities activities of the household and the
viewing of the home in the light of
the daily tasks its maintenance de demands,
mands, demands, instead of in the realization
that these are incidental to its rea reason
son reason of being.
We have no time to cite instances
of misunderstandings or of rebellion
and irritation, as the' reiterated
statement that women have not
learned their business as consumers
and administrators. -The supreme
task of home economics is that of
establishing what this business is
and this involves the creating of a
new heaven and a new earth in the
minds not alone of the woman who
thinks but of those Emerison talked
about some time since, who would
rather die than think. Prof. Pat Patterson
terson Patterson has pointed out to us that
the battle for reform is all but won
when a substantial number of peo people
ple people use the same language in talk talking
ing talking about it.. We see as individuals,
we socialize as we use a common
language and with every letter from
a chairman, an inquiring person or a

IX'

BUY WORD

"When you buy Chocolates, of course
you want the most of the best that
your money entitles you to, and
that's why your "buy word" should
always be

J
Because they are always good, are
guaranteed to be fresh, and they
offer you the finest varieties of
Sweets prepared by the world's best
candy-makers.
T. W. TROXLER
Tlie Home of Hnyler's.

HELPLESS AS BABY

Down in Mind Unable to Work,

and What Helped Her.

club, new emphasis has been given
to the realization that the home ec economics
onomics economics department must bend
every energy, excite every influence

(to establish a common understand

ing of the language of home econ economics,
omics, economics, its meanings, its aim, its pur purpose
pose purpose and its scope. To do this would
place one in the position of the gen

tleman, who, appearing late for din dinner,
ner, dinner, was chided Iby his wife: "My
dear," he replied gleefully, "I am
perfectly happy; I have just begun a
piece of work I know I shall never
finish."
To fully elucidate the aim, scope
and meaning of home economics,
means a discussion of the family, its
history, uses, relationships and fu future.
ture. future. No other subject offers great greater
er greater complexities, larger opportunities
for research or -wider scope for the
worker in home sociology, ethics or
history. Home economics is not
merely a study of the house, but of
those who live in it. It is not mere merely
ly merely a study of nutrition, but of the
human efficiency which results from
right9 living in any form along any
line. It is, not a study of applied
chemistry," physics and economics
alone, but how life may be freed, en enriched
riched enriched and beautified by means of,
those things. Economics is said to
deal with the hard, dry facts of

everyday living, but it is from the
hard, dry facts of life that ethics
and beauty and harmony are made.
Music is but mathematics, All life
is made up of little things, even
millions are reckoned in dollars and

cents. All depends upon the use and
means, and not mistaking the means
for the end and the result is made
or modified by our attitude toward

them.

The aim of home economics is to

free the woman from the ham, in or order
der order not to go without hams, but to
afford the opportunity for the devel development
opment development of her personality. The pro process
cess process is a most intricate and delicate
one, confused by ''many seemingly
conflicting things. We have made in
the ordinary home a belated indus industry
try industry and a most uneconomical con condition
dition condition which complicates the person

al relationships for which homes are
primarily maintained. The woman
has been tied to the ham, while
the world has been rushing on
and by her very door, but she can cannot
not cannot gain her freedom by violently
severing the tie that 'binds. She must
patiently, carefully, deftly and ex expertly
pertly expertly untie the knot which habit,
tradition and custom have so tightly
formed.
The aim of home economics is to
free time, strength and money so
that these may all be supplied to
higher and better things than the ac activities
tivities activities of merely eating, cleaning,
sewing and sweeping or even ac accounting.
counting. accounting. But there is but one way

in which this freedom can be attain

ed. Freedom is always to be found

in the margin, therefore the more
skillfully any task of labor or act is
performed, the better, the more

frppdom results, the more the task

is ignored or unskilfully performed

the less freedom or margin can ex

ist. Freedom is always in time, nion-

ev or strengtn leit. su iue aim ui

the home economics is to face life.

Its specific definite purpose is the

uniform social purpose of increasing

social efficiency; only its means dif

fer from that of the other agents of

the social purpose.

This is concisely and definitely

what home economics say. So long

as we live in the flesh, man must eat

in order that he may perform his

daily tasks and for this his food

must be prepared. This preparation
involves many and different kinds of
tasks and a repetition of the same

tasks day in and day out, just as

anv -business does. All men and wo

men must he housed and fed and
dressed. Fundamentally, physical

well being of any or all depends up

on how well all this is done. This
is axiomatic and because to do it
well involves"' a theoretical know knowledge
ledge knowledge as well as practical training In

the doins of tasks, we claim that

both of these must be taught.

f 1 1. li. HI

Summit Point, W. Va. Mis. Anna
Belle Emey, of this place, says: "1 suf suffered
fered suffered for lo years with an awful pain in
my right side, caused from womanly
trouble, and doctored lots for it, but with with-out
out with-out success. I suffered so very much,
that 1 became down in mind, and as help helpless
less helpless as a baby. 1 was in the worst kind
of shape. Was unable to do any work.
I began taking Cardui, the womar's
tonic, and got relief from the very first
dose. By the time I had taken 12 bot bottles,
tles, bottles, my health was completely restored.
1 am now 43 years years old, but feel aa
good as 1 did when only 16.
Cardui certainly saved me from losing
my mind, and I feel it my duty to speak
in its favor. I wish I had some power
over poor, suffering women, and could
make them know the good it would do
them."
If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, it will certainly be
worth your while to give Cardui a trial.
It has been helping weak women for
more than 50 years, and will help you,
too.
Try Cardui. Your druggist sells it.
Write to: Chattanoora Medicine Co.. Ladies'
JLdyisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Term., for Stecial
Instruction on your case and 64-pagt book. "Home
Treatment for Women." in plain wrapper. C 121

Call at Gerig's Drug Store on Sat

urday afternoqfc and meet Mrs. Spen

cer, the candy demonstrator. 3-4-U

W. G. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURN1SHK1V
ON APPLICATION
O. BOX 46 OCALA, FLA

UNO

PHONE

Ocala Iron Works

Mrs. Maud li. Little, Kditor
Ths South is Going Ihry
Lay the jest about the julep in the
camphor balls at last.
For the miracle has happened and
the olden days are past;
That which makes 'Milwaukee his history
tory history doesn't foam in Tennessee,
And the lid in old Missouri is as
tight locked as can be
O, the comic paper colonel and his
cronies well might sigh,
For the mint is waving gaily and the
South is going dry.
By the still side on the hillside in
Kentucky all is still,
For the only damp refreshment
must be dipped up from the rill;
Xo'th Ca'lina's stately ruler gives
his soda glass a shove,
And discusses local option with the
South Ca'lina Gov.
It is useless at the fountain to be
winkful of the eye,
For the cocktail glass is dusty and
the South is going dry.
It is water, water everywhere, and
v not a droi to drink,
We no longer hear the music of the
mellow crystal clink.
When the colonel and the major and
the general and the jedge,
Meet to have a little nip to give
their appetites an edge,
For the eggnog now is nogless and
the rye has gone awry.

And the punch bowl holds carnations

and the South is going dry.

All the night caps now have tassels

and are worn upon the head

Xot the night caps that were taken

before nobody went to bed,

And the breeze above the blue grass

is as solemn as is death,

'"or it bears no pungent clove tang

on its odorific breath,

And each man can walk a chalk line

when the stars are in the sky,
or the fizz glass now is fizzless and
the South is goin. dry.
ay the jest about the julep 'neath
the chestnut tree at last.

For there's but one kind of moon

shine and the olden days are
pas't,

Xow the water wagon rumbles thru

the Southland cn its trip.

And it helps no one to drop off to

pick up the driver's whip.

For the mint beds make a pasture

and the corkscrew hangeth
high.

All is still along the still side and

the South is going dry.
Orlando Star-Reporter.
It is as bad to license wrong as to

do it. Prov. 23: 29-32.

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The wages of sin are always paid

in full. Ram's Horn.

Let the ood Work Continue
A resume of the wet or dry situa

tion in the Lmted States following
municipal elections of this year as

made by the Anti-Saloon League

shows that out of the 2,132,74 6

square miles of territory in the

United States the saloon is now for

bidden in 2,132,746 square miles.
There are thirty-two states in which

the combined number ot saloons is
less than7 the number of saloons in

Chicago. A population of 46,029,-

50 is now living under no license

out of a population of 91,972,266.
Of the 2,856 counties in the United

States over 1,700 have abolished the

saloon. There are more than five

hundred cities having a population

of 5,000 or more, and almost two
hundred cities having a population
of 10,000 or more in which saloons

have been abolished. In nine states

with an aggregate population of al

most 15,000,000 there is state-wide

prohibition. Epworth Herald.
All life is strife
Between the good and bad,
A war for evermore
Till howling sin is dead.
Evil without
Evil within
Darkness of doubt
Thraldom of sin
All, All repelled must be.
Till God like man stands free!
Selected

How They Do m Miami

"Out with it," shouted Sheriff
Hardie this morning, and ker-

smash! A case of 41 quarts of whis

ky sailed out through the secona
story window of the court house and

descended upon the ground with

crash of broken bottles and the

gurgle of escaping liquid. A minute
later there arose such fumes into
the court room as caused every red
nosed individual there to groan in

contemplation of the loss.

The act of the sheriff came m

protest against the long winded ar

gument and prolonged research for

law of the attorneys in establishing

what to do with the liquor of J. E

Weymire after the defendant had
Dlead guilty. The sheriff with his

deputy stood waiting and still wait

ing for information as to what

should be done with the stuff, until

the patience of the county executive
was exhausted and with the aid of
his deputy he pitched the stuff out
of the window. Every bottle broke
but one, and the search for law cov

ering the question ceased.

"I have my office full of the stuff,

and one of the cells in the jail full

of it, and I don't want any more of
it around," said the sheriff. Miami
Metropolis.
Iletter Times in Nashville
The liquor people of Nashville, or
most of them at least, acknowledge
that the prohibition law is being
fairly well enforced. The law is not
being openly defied; and the boot bootleggers
leggers bootleggers are going about their busi

ness with caution, for already a

good number of these have been in indicted.
dicted. indicted. Judge Neil last week over overruled
ruled overruled the motion for new trials in
the cases of several-saloon men.

Among these was the most promi

nent and perhaps the wealthiest
Nashville citizens who had been en engaged
gaged engaged in the saloon business. This
prominent saloon man must serve a
workhouse sentence unless the su supreme
preme supreme court reverses the lower
court. A better day for Nashville
has dawned. Nashville Advocate.
Winning Out
The "diamond" furnishes the fin finest
est finest kind of opportunity for training
in self-mastery without which there
can be no real success in life.
Presence of mind, the futility of

useless argument, self-control and
the courage to lose gracefully are
all qualities required of the baseball
player and only he who is a total ab abstainer
stainer abstainer from alcohol and tobacco can
hope to "win out" in either the
game of ball or the game of life, for
in a way it is a game. Crusader.

COOL SPELl SUGGESTIONS.

Come wind', come snow, let Boreas blow, with robes like these
i your body will glow. We have the largest and most up-to-dte
and down-to-the-minute line of laprobes for auto and buggy thai
was ever brought to this part of Florida. We have overstocked
our store in them, and our greed In buying will be your gain in
ij coin, as we are going to sell them out at ridiculously low prices.
I We also have a complete line of rain goods for your bodily pro-
tection better than insurance and doctors.
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(JILVM) MUSICAL CONCERT

or lionefit of the Lake Weir Yacht
Club ISiiildinr Fund
A musical concert for the benefit

of the building fund of the Lake

Weir Yacht Club will be held at the

lub housy March 12th, 1914, 7:20
i. m.; admission 25 cents, reserved

seats. Tickets on sale at Gerig s

)rug Store.

Wiiifier (Gtaiteidjiiai

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UNADULTERATED FUN

NEAT TUESDAY EVENING

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Orchestra Coniiouc Will be the

Irihtet Event of the Season
Lovers of wholesome, unadulter

ated fun will welcome the attraction

which will be presented at the Tem

ple theater Tuesday evening, March

10th, when the Dolly Randolph Or

chestra Comique will appear under

the auspices of the Ocala Chautau

qua. Miss uandoipn 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 ana with out

three lessons trains them to play

anv instrument round in an orches

tra. She has been giving this enter entertainment
tainment entertainment for over six years and she
captures her audience wherever she
goes. The 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

plished 'violinist and will render
several solos during the intermission

on program. 3-4-6t

For Program and Detailed Information, see
X KDo Mpey9.
Secretary Marion County of Board. Trade

Fresh bread, cakes and pies every
iay; delivered to any part of the

ity. Heintz' Bakery. 12-3t-tf

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Emergency
. 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. We know at a
glance what is wrong and we right it
as quickly and thoroughly as can
possibly be done. Make us prove It.

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OCALA, FLA.

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Medical. Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger quarters, more fully equipped and will be run
strictly ethical lines.
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THE OCALA i:KlG STAR. SATURDAY", MARCH 7. 1914

OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS J
(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)
Mrs. E. Van Hood reached home j and in their honor Dr. and Mrs.
this afternoon from a charming visit! Hood will entertain at a charmingly

of several weeks with her daughters,
Mrs. Lew Lyons in Des Moines, la.,
and Mrs. V. A. Collier, in Tusca Tuscaloosa,
loosa, Tuscaloosa, Ala. Mrs. Hood's visit was
filled with brilliant social functions
and numbers of small informal af affairs,
fairs, affairs, which were arranged especially
in her honor. r
An excellent profile picture of
Miss Janet Ferguson Weathers of
this city, who -will be one of the
pretty maids of honor attending the
Confederate reunion, appeared -in
yesterday's Metropolis."

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This morning at the meeting of
the teachers' association, Miss Rose Rosebud
bud Rosebud Robinson's sweet voice was
heard to excellent advantage in two
numbers, an Indian song by Cadman,
end "Life's Lullaby," by Lane. Her
accompaniments were played by Miss
Mary Ervin.
'Mrs. John Giddens.and two little
daughters of Kathleen are guests for
a week of Mrs. J. C. Smith, Mrs.
Giddens' sister.
The Baptist sewing circle will be
entertained by Mrs.-F. E. McClane at
her home on the heights Monday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. P. J. Theus, who has been
visiting in Jacksonville for a few
days, has returned home.
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Mrs. J. S. Birdsey and son and
sister. Miss 'Mary Davis, have return returned
ed returned to their home in Macon after a
brief visit In Ocala with the former's
fclster-in-law, Mrs. Ralph Birdsey.
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News has- been received in this
city of the birth of a daughter to
Mr. and 'Mrs. Edgar Price at their
home in Jacksonville. Mrs. Price
was formerly Miss Mary Phillips and
has many friends here who extend
congratulations.
'Mrs. H. M. Hampton and young
son are expected home Monday from
a visit to relatives in Arcadia and
Fort iMeade.

fMrs. C. W. Hunter left on the
early train for Jacksonville for a
few days visit with her sister, Mrs.
S. A. Rawls, .who is quite sick.
Mrs. John T. Moore is visiting her
daughter, Miss iMarie, at the Con Convent
vent Convent of the. Holy Name at San An Antonio.
tonio. Antonio. .n
Mr. John V. Ioge, of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, has been elected commander of
the camp of the Sons of Veterans of
his city.
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Mrs. H. F. Stewart and daughters.
Fa ye and little Betty, who return returned
ed returned Saturday from a visit on the Isle
of Pines, had a delightful trip all
the way round. They stopped a
"week in Havana where they were en entertained"
tertained" entertained" by Mrs. C. M. John Johnson.
son. Johnson. Daytona Beach notes in Day-
' tona News.
Misses Jane and Elizabeth Hood
of Leesburg are the lovely young
guests of 'Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hood,

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YACHT "CITY OF OCALA

Three round trips a week
between Silver Springs and
Palatka over the beautiful
tourist route, Silver Springs
run and Oklawaha river, fam famed
ed famed in song and story as the
most wierdly beautiful water waterway
way waterway in the world. Boat sails
from Silver Springs every
TuesdayThursday and Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning at S o'clock.
Sails from Palatka every
Monday, Wednesday and Fri Friday
day Friday at 6:30 a. m. Trips made
entirely by daylight. Elegant
a la carte service on board.
Every accommodation, con convenience
venience convenience and safety appli appliance.
ance. appliance. For furth r information, ap--ply
or write to

$ C. (Ed) Carmichael,
!:! Ocala, Fla.

Weller Carmichael,

Silver Springs, Fla.
' Charles Rodoff.
Palatka. Florida.
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appointed dinner this evening. Shar Sharing
ing Sharing the honors with the Misses Hood
will be Miss Elizabeth Kane of
Springfield, 111., and Mr. Guy Zewad Zewad-ski
ski Zewad-ski of Tampa.
Reception to Mrs. William Hocker
This afternoon Mrs. Kirke Munroe
will give a reception to .Mrs. William
Hocker, president of the Florida
Federation of Woman's Clubs. All of
the visiting club women now in Co Co-coanut
coanut Co-coanut Grove are invited. Also the
president and members of the
Housekeepers Club and the members
of "The Folio Club," of Which Mrs.

Munroe is president.
Other guests will be Mrs. Mc Mc-Whirter,
Whirter, Mc-Whirter, former president of the
Indiana Federation; Mrs. Whipple,

president of the Rockville, Indiana,
club; Mrs. Strauss, author of "The
Plain Country Woman," of the La Ladies
dies Ladies Home Journal, and Mrs. Wins Wins-low,
low, Wins-low, of Chicago, a prominent club
woman.
Mrs. Hocker could only be here
for a short time 'and has honored
her federation officer, Mrs. Kirk
Munroe, who is chairman of two
important committees on the feder federation,
ation, federation, and who holds several other
responsible offices, toy giving Mrs.
Munroe the opportunity of enter entertaining
taining entertaining and asking others to meet
this clever, handsome woman, who
presides with such .grace and good
judgement over Florida's busy
clubs 'Miami Herald.
Mrs Hocker to Visit Fort Pierce
The 'Fort Pierce News contains the
following:
Monday will be red letter day for
the Woman's Club of Fort Pierce.
On that day Mrs. William Hocker,
cf Ocala, president of the State Fed Federation
eration Federation of Woman's Clubs, will be
the guest of the local club and great
preparations are being made for her
reception and the ladies are all look looking
ing looking forward to hearing her discuss discussion
ion discussion of live questions of interest to
women and her address on the, gen general
eral general work of Woman's Clubs.
iMonday evening Mrs. Hocker will

give an address in the Methodist
church on the general work of Wo Woman's
man's Woman's Clubs, which promises to be
one of the most interesting talks

made in Fort Pierce in some time.
Monday night, after Mrs. Hocker's
address, a reception will be tender tendered
ed tendered the state president at the home
of Mayor and Mrs. R. Whvte.
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Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Carmichael
and Mrs. James Engesser returned
today from Hot Springs, where they
went some three weeks ago for the
benefit of Mr. Carmichael's health.

When, they left Ocala the friends
who were at the station to say good goodbye,
bye, goodbye, thought it scarcely possible to
ever see iMr. Carmichael again in
life and his return so greatly im improved
proved improved is a matter of great pleasure
to all. Mr. Carmichael is enthus enthusiastic
iastic enthusiastic in his praises of Dr. A. G.
Shaw of Hot Springs, who has vir virtually
tually virtually brought him back to life, and
says he is the greatest doctor in the
world. Dr. Shaw was wired for
when Mr. Carmichael was at his
worst and remained in constant at attendance
tendance attendance upon him for four days be before
fore before starting with him for Hot
Springs. Dr. Shaw is a man com comparatively
paratively comparatively young, being only 48
years of age, but already stands in
the front ranks of his profession in
Hct Springs and is called frequently
as consultant to other parts of the
country. His success in Mr. Carmi-

huve the o;;-r;anity to spend an another
other another pleasant evening with her.
Those present were: Misses Cevie
Roberts, Pearl Sykes. Anna Belle
Wesson, Ethel Moore, Louise Toffa Toffa-letti,
letti, Toffa-letti, Gertie Brigance. Bonnie Pur Purvis,
vis, Purvis, Masters James Purvis, Leonard
Wesson, Reginald MacKay, Kenneth
MacKay, Jack Igou and Robert Igou.
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Artistic Tea for Mrs. Van Hood
Tuscaloosa, Ala., Times-Gazette:

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The second of the series of beau beautiful
tiful beautiful entertainments planned by Mrs.
William Alexander Collier in honor
of her mother, 'Mrs. Van Hood of
Ocala, Fla., occurred yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and gave sincere pleasure to
about fifty Tuscaloosa ladies. The
affair took the form of a tea and it
proved to be a distinctive function,
dainty in its every appointment and
artistically planned and executed.
The" hall was abloom with violets
and early spring blossoms while
there was a veritable golden glow in
the drawing room from the quanti quantities
ties quantities of daffodils and jonquils so lav lavishly
ishly lavishly used in the color scheme for
this apartment. Bowls and vases of

these radiant flowers smiled at one
from every hand and the walls were
festooned with southern smilax.
From this pretty room there was an
exquisite picture presented by the
dining room, where the tones were
all green and white.
Smilax trailed gracefully from cur curtains
tains curtains and walls while vases of white
carnations were placed artistically

here and there. The center table

was a delight to the eye. In the
center stood a cut glass basket filled

with white carnations and around it

was built a fence, the rails of which

were made of green mint sticks and

over this confectionary fence climb
ed sweetpeas in confection form

Outside the sweet pea fence stood

numbers of little bon-bon baskets,
made of marshmallows, the baskets
filled with sweetpeas, the whole be being
ing being a cleverly made confection. The
centerpiece was a handsome Cluny
design and around the circular table
were numerous Cluny mats on which
stood crystal candlesticks holding
white tapers and adorned with white
carnations. Ropes of real smilax
daintily fell from candlestick to
candlestick, giving an exquisite touch
to the beautiful pictures.
There was served in these beautiful
surroundings a plate that further
carried out the artistic white and
green idea. Chicken glace was serv

ed in lettuce baskets, the handles of
which were twined with smilax. A
pistachio icewas served in baskets
made of spun candy in a beautiful
shade of green, the color of the con confectionery
fectionery confectionery basket and the ice being
delicately contrasted. In the hall
were served coffee and rosette waf wafers
ers wafers of a most delicious description.
Mrs. Van Hood's gown was a rare
creation of lace and crene in a love

ly deft blue shade. It wai of crepe, j
hand-embroidered in chrysanthe-!
mums. The waist was of the lace!

draped with the crepe, caught at the
'back with a large jet buckle and in
the front with another jet ibuckle
from which hung jetted ribbons.
Crepe sash ends down the front of
the costume were finished in mink's

heads. .Above the crepe on the cor-j

sage rose a Vandyke design in deft
blue and gold passementerie and
Mrs. Hood wore a corsage :bouquet
of sweetpeas also in the pastel
shades which were the distinguish distinguishing
ing distinguishing feature of the beautiful toilette.
Mrs. Hood is a most charming
woman and a particularly delightful
conversationalist. She is brilliant
and gracious and all who meet her
become her warm admirers. There
is much regret that this visit of Mrs.
Hood's is for so short a period.
Mrs. Collier was: as usual a most
cordial and lovely hostess.
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Mr. Guy Zewadski, after a short

isit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.

Hardware Department
When in need of anything in the Hardware line,
don't forget to give us a call, either in person orj by
telephone.
We give all phone orders prompt attention. We
can supply your wants in f :
TINWARE
ENAMELWARE and
ALUMINUM WARE
For the Kitchen.
CROCKERY WARE ,;T
SILVERWARE and
GLASSWARE
For the Table.
A nice line of Brass Goods.
Fishing Tackle of all kinds.
Give us a call and see for yourself.

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u'aci 13 tcnaiuii Huuuenui iv. z.ewaasKi, win return to ram-

On account of physical weakness
Mr. Carmichael -was unable to take

the baths, so his improvement is en entirely
tirely entirely due to the medical skill of Dr.
Shaw. Mr. Carmichael will return to
Hot Springs in April to take the
bsths and for some further treat treatment,
ment, treatment, after which the doctor prom promises
ises promises that he will be stronger than he
has .been for years. This is wel welcome
come welcome information for his host of
friends and the Star is glad to be the
herald of the good news.
Mr. H. S. Chambers has rentej the
I'ausett cottage at Eastlake and Mrs.
Chambers and her mother, Mrs.
riocher. will go to the lake Monday
nr Tuesday to spend several months.
Mr. Chambers will make frequent
visits m the lake.

pa tomorrow night:

Miss Florence Carter celebrated
ter fourteenth Ijirthday last eveTv'n?
by entertaining thirteen of !-?r
friends at b,er fhome in the thirl
w:rd. There wero many amusing
games played after which sand sandwiches,
wiches, sandwiches, cake and ice cream were

' i served.'3TIIs"Carter was

yi served. Miss Carter was assisted in

. ; enTertaining her friends by her
V. mother, Mrs. R. L. Carter. All wish wish-ed
ed wish-ed their hostess many happy returns

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Dr. D. M. Boney left this after after-roon
roon after-roon for Raiford, for a week-end
visit with his daughter. Mrs. Purvis.
Mr. Jesse D. Buk'y of the Star left
this afternoon fof a visit to his
mother and sister in Palatka.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Beck were out
of town visitors today from the Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship neighborhood.
Miss Mamie Ruth Sanders has
been quite sick but is much better to
the delight of her ifrienJs. Dunnel Dunnel-lon
lon Dunnel-lon Advocate.
Mrs. J. O. Tucker, of Ocala. is
spending a few days with her daugh daughters.
ters. daughters. Mrs. B. F. Duke and Mrs. Har Harry
ry Harry Peter. Dunnellon Advocate.
Mr. Ray Bullock of the Southern
Express Co. is in the city, visiting
b's parents.
Mrs. E. E. Melson of Ocala is
visiting her brother, A. Kim Kim-brough
brough Kim-brough and other relatives. Cole Coleman
man Coleman item in Sumter County Times.
(Concluded on Seventh Page)

To the Investors of
Marion County :

AM proud enough of the record which the FLORIDA TITLE & ABSTRACT COMPANY bas
made during the past two years to be willing to assume that you are fairly well acquainted
with the Company and its record. If you are not, then ask the banks, attorneys and big land
owners of the County as to its work and reputation.

To develop its business 1ussidii! to a greater degree requires a larger capital than it now
has, and to provide for such development the FLORIDA TITLE & ABSTRACT CORPORATION has
been formed with greater and broader powers and a capital of which, $50,000.00 (one-half of
the total capitalization), Is a Preferred S per cent. Cumulative stock and will share in the further
profits of the business until it may be paid 12 per cent in any one year.
The new Company will succeed to the old Company's plant,, business and assets of every char character
acter character and every dollar of Its worth will be pledged to secure the safety of the holders of shares of its
Preferred stock, and the annual 8 per cent, dividend accruing thereon.
In disposing of the $50,000.00 Preferred Capital Stock, it is my desire to sell at least one-fourth
to Marion County investors HOME PEOPLE who have knowledge of and faith in local condi conditions,
tions, conditions, the pecuniary profits, as can be demonstrated by our books have been thus far satisfactory
and may be considerably enhanced by increased capital in order to extend tUe business beyond its
present limits. f
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I am so certain of financial success for all investors that I am content to take my own person personal
al personal profits from the earnings to accrue on the Common Stock of the corporation, after the "prefer "prefer-ed
ed "prefer-ed share holders have been secured their profits, as above outlined.
The support thus furmsned oy our home peopie in addition to the thoroughness, promptness
and reliability of our work, as evidenced by the approval of local bankers and attorneys, as well
as by big land owners of the County and State, will ena'ble me to command sufficient funds and con control
trol control sufficient business, from within and without Marion County, to make the Florida Title & Ab Abstract
stract Abstract Corporation, a truly State-wide, permanent and profitable institution.
Your pledge to any portion of the Preferred Stock subscriptlu, made promptly, will be appre appreciated.
ciated. appreciated. Very truly yours, "
R. S Rogers.
R. S. Rogers, Esq.
Ocala, Florida.
You are authorized to enter my name for a subscription of shares of the
Preferred S per cent. Cumulative Stock of the FLORIDA TITLE & ABSTRACT CORPORATION.
Payment of this subscription to be made on call of the company, in the following manner, viz:
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ALL CASH or
In four equal installments, viz: On demand and in two, four and six months with interest at 8 per
cent., note to be given for the deferred payments and stock to be issued and attached to note as co co-lateral
lateral co-lateral security.
(mark out the manner of payment not used).

Name of Subscriber.

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THE OCAIiA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY", MARCH 7. 1914

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I wish to announce to the public that I have
decided to GIVE AWAY AN AUTOMOBILE.
The plan of giving the car away will be an announced
nounced announced in a? few days. It-will be an absolutely

FREE GIFT, and is made entirely to stimulate

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Mrs. Ted Peter, of Ocala, arrived
Sunday for a visit with friends
here. Dunnellon Advocate.
Mrs. Ernest L. Payne and two
children came from Tallahassee last
Thursday to spend some time with

her sister, Mrs. Ji M. Monroes Cole

man item in Sumter Count3' Times.

iMiss Geraldine Anderson spent the

week end with iMiss Musie Bullock In
Ocala. While there Miss Anderson

was the guest of honor at a theater
party given by Miss Bullock. Dun:
nellon Advocate.
Miss Pauline Lambert, who is
teaching at Heidtville, spent the
week end with her parents at Citra.
Dunnellon Advocate.

Elliott Woods, suprintendent of the;

United States Capitol, declared the Vnl V'nn fp 1QV V

work hood the statue reflected neat "J

credit upon the state of Florida.

DUXXELLOX DOTS

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(Advocate)
"Bud" King left (Monday
Charleston, S. C.
Jim Metcalf, of Ocala, was
this week.

for

here

MUSIC IF

Dr. Baskin is having his cottage'

Ave., remodeled and;

Vhy Pcy 50 Cents to $1 for
Year Choice Classical Pieces?

UNVEILING GORRIE STATUE
LAST DAY OP APRIL

on Illinois
naintedi

fi,ol, Our CENTUHY EDITION music U urinted on
Mayor Boswell expects to finish sne3t mued pap,,,.. lrtMn new.
up his railroad contract at Bartow conuinhijr uuat misnu. No dwicci
, eJition can be lound.
Within a Wek Or tWO. ( At our uniform priw of 10 centi. yon cn ett
Tr. 1 n o nr nolo crlaT, j ave or lea pieces at usual cost of one.

Tuesday in town on business

i ui 'd.i l(ATV roTrrsronrrnttraatSafftrtton
J iih any elections on mtty Iwy. If tliry are not all
j ciaim or von xnwt- m ill rrimul tha uikuu.1

Will .Metcalf has been busy late-s5"1 -iiou mai k-p tins iuuc

It has just been announced that

little Miss Mary Louise Stewart, the
a t 1 -i a. j J l a

iweive-year-oia great graiiuuauguier

of Dr. John Gorrie, will unveil the
monument to ier distinguished an
cestor in Washington on April 30.

CMiss Stewart will be. 12 years of age'

the day before the ceremony takes
place. She lives at Bagdad, Fla.

The statue of Dr. Gorrie will be
the first of Florida's contribution to

t the hall of fame in Washington. A-

! committee of Congressmen, a large

ly superintending, remodeling, and
decorating his residence.
Work on the new high school
building is progressing rapidly and
it won't .be long before the Dunnel Dunnellon
lon Dunnellon "young idea" will he taught
with all modern improvements how
to shoot.
Mrs. rf. E. Wishart and children
left Sunday for Lakeland where they
will join Mr. Wishart.
There was a ready response to the
call for reorganizing the volunteer

Look at the few selection
as specimen only x

Tiano Solos

Husli at Srr ikmimt

etomen ard r- mu awr
um' ari i- i&wrtn
4iAo y No. 11 ijvnt
A Tel Uvutfjrm t&mmtni
Piano Duets
m ijTrtff t Op. UrJ, iva. liuitr
uiui atrr fVi nvMof
l.oatspW ,))rcnin) ktmHltt
March MiHtnir Otmbttiy
verier) Svpn
Jrf Vh-e 'Ctmce-rt lir- .i
;.ifvk Mi'itaitrw Jh-!if!:i

Vocal Solos
fVTtT' f rvrn (ViaLabLJ TWai
Usdy" Rrt2
In tre GkMnnine 'farfi
Love t4 Srt Sonc JM'-iU

Ronry'
1 nni' Sooa d

1H i'alms

Violin and Piano

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TVimm and Frrna aVurr
KbWft 0(l. 39) Lmnf

itnrrHMift-t Mn 1

f llii'r,il H fuht

Any of these at 10 cents a copy if

fire company and the same will now; orxiereo orrect rrom us. catalog or
, ... , i nearly 2000 titles free on request
h rnnrlnftpd Jtv ith thfl most un- to-; J

date methods. i
Miss Effie Smith returned from a
'
visit to her cousin in Lakeland. i

.vWWWW delegation of .distinguished scientists
X '; an( several Floridians. will be pres-
Y ' 4 ent at the ceremonies which, will

The Murray Co.
Ocala, Florida

FRECKLES

NOTICE

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take place in the hall of fame.
Senator Fletcher ha3 been chosen
to preside during' the ceremonies.
State Senator Daytonr Attorney Gen Gen-eral
eral Gen-eral Tom West, Representative Em

met Wilson and some of the mem members
bers members of the monument committee are
slated to make short speeches at the
dedication.
The work of Sculptor C. A. Pillars
has been much praised by artists and
men familiar with such work. It is
said to be one of the most life-like

figures in the national hall of fame.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

NEKI) ATTENTION IN FEBRUARY
AND MARCH OR FACE WILL
STAY COVERED
Now is the time to take 4 special

1 The annual meeting of the Marlon
t County Hospital Association will be
held on
Tuesday,. March 10th, 1914,

a i a. nt

care of the complexion if you wish P- m. ai me u oman s iuo. lae
it to look well the rest of the year.; object of the meeting Is for the elec elec-The
The elec-The February and March winds have tion of officers for the ensuing year,
a strong tendency to bring out freck-;and f th consjderation of such,
les that may stay all Summer unless j
removed. Now is the time to useiother business is may properly come
othine double strength. i before the association.
This prescription for the removal I T. T. Miinroe, President,
of freckles was written, by a prom-! AUest. j E. Cnace
inent physician and is usually so.
successful that it is sold ty druggists j 5,"4t Secretary,
under guarantee to refund the ;

money if it fails. Get an ounce of i
othine double strength, and even j
a few applications should show a i

STATE ATTORNEY

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Thirty 30 head second hand mules will be sold at
$50 and up. Must be sold quick. Mules can be seen
at our stables.
Tompkins & Cobb
OCALA. FLORIDA

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wonderful improvement, some of the;
smaller freckles 'even vanishing en- ;;
tirely. (Ad. 1.)

SUGAR HAMMOCK IANDS
rartrilre-Woodrtv Company
Selling Agent?
Mercliant's Dlock, Ocala

APPOINTMENTS OF

I Fresh buttermilk daily at Gerig's
i Drug Store. 2-7rtf ;

THE TAX ASSESSOR!

I will.be at the following places to
receive tax returns for 1914: j

a i i : a t i n m k t

KOH II IDS FOK ll(M)K

March, 1014
Precinct
15 Linadale, 5th, 11 a. m. to 2 p. m.
1 Ocala, 9th to 31st.

The law requires all tafc returns

Notice is hereby j?iven that on or be-
fore the .
; Sh ln at April, 1014
iat the hour of 2 o'clock, p. m.. at the
office of the superintendent of. public

lo instruction in the city oi ocala, rior-

1'. A

NOTICE
The annual meeting of the Ocala
Athletic Association will be held
(March 23, 1914, for the purpose of
electing officers and such, other bus business
iness business as may lawfully come before it.
C. W. Hunter, President.
Geo. K. Robinson, Sec'y.

NOTICE

Ocala, Fla,, Feb. 26, 1914.
The Marion County Democratic Ex Executive
ecutive Executive Committee is hereby called to
meet at the court house, Ocala, Fla., at
eleven o'clock a. m., Saturday, March
14, 1914. for the purpose of adopting a
resolution setting forth what assess assessments,
ments, assessments, if any, it will require of candi candidates
dates candidates and for the transaction of such
other business as may properly come
before it. W. T. Gary Chairman.
Attest: D. NIEL. FERGUSON'.
2-28-sat-tf Secretary.

ODD FELLOWS

Tuluia L.odge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets everj
Tuesday evening i 7:30 o'clock ( in
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis Visitors
itors Visitors in the city invited to be with us
H. D. Stokes, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.

GEORGE W. SCHOFIELD

I am a candidate for re-election to
the office of state attorney for the
fifth judicial circuit, and solicit
your vote at the June primary.
Respectfully,
George W. Schofield.
Inverness, Florida.

be made by the first day of April. Aft- Ida, the board of public Instruction for
er the books are written it is impossi- jthe county of Marion, state of Florida,
ble to make changes. will receive sealed oids for the pur-
I get a list of every automobile that chase of one or more of the seventy seventy-is
is seventy-is refe.stered. ALFRED AYER, live (75) bonds to be ixsued bv Ocala
1-23-wkyltf Assessor. ; Special Tax School District. Number
- jl. of Marion county, Florida. Raid bonds
being of the denomination of One
Puritans Fond of Lace. j Thousand Dollars ($1000.00) each,, ma main
in main Puritan timra thrush thr, Knh- turin twenty (20) years from their
m t-unian times, tnougn tno Don- date bearing five (5) per cent. Inter Inter-bins
bins Inter-bins were carved with texts warning ,est. payable annually on July 1st.
the workers against the pomps and er- ce bnVn 'whfchtU
rors of this wicked world, lace was drawn, or a cashier's check, amount amount-still
still amount-still worn to a ereat extent, the familv to wo ijer cent '2 P?r cent) of the

of Oliver Cromwell in particular hav

ing a decided penchant for the more
rostly varieties, and after his death
his body was clothed in a garment
more richly trimmed with lace and
ermine than that of any king before
him.

SUGAR MAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Orala

bid will be required of each bidder:

such deposit io be a guaranty that the
bidder shall comply with the terms of
his bid.
The said board reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
Done by order of the board of public
instruction for the county of Marion,
state of Florida, at Its je.sion .on the
19th day of February, 1914.
J. II. BUINSON.
Secretary of said Board of Public In

struction for the County of Mar

ion, State of Florida.

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Delightful and Unpleasant States.

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.
Very respectfully,
Citra, Fla. W. J. Crosby.

.NOTICE OP COMMISSION KIt'S SILK

Notice' is hereby given that on the
tfth dmy of April A. U. 1014,

.between the hours of eleven and two
i o'clock on said date, pursuant to an or or-Ider
Ider or-Ider of YV. E. Smith, County Judge, su suiting
iting suiting as judge of probate made and en-

One Of the most delightful states Cl(tered on February the 25th. A. D. 1914,

mind to which the average man is sub-1 y McKinney, deceased, upon applica-
Ject is uncertainty as to the exact sen- tion of Annie J. McKinney, as admin-
tlmfnt PTjtPrtainf! for him hv a wonv istratrix, to sell a certain parcel of
ument entertainea ior mm oy a wonv real iateiy belonging to the said
an whom he admires, and whom he Joseph Y. McKinney. i will offer for
knows to like him, but whem he is JlePtau -a outh oor ne
. . court house of Marion county, Florida,
not dead set upor. winning for himselr.iat public outcry, for cash, the follow follow-One
One follow-One of the most unpleasant states ia-ing described parcel of land lying and
certainty that a woman deeply loves ginning 'iraornr'wT"' the
him when it is inconvenient or impos-! northeast corner of lot two, govern-
eihlp fnr him tn rprinroratp Wt oftpn i ment survey, section 2, township 16
siDie ior mm to reciprocate, let oitensoutn range 23 east, running thence
only a hair's breadth separates these. west 22.52 rds., thence south to Smith

two states or only a few minutes In I e ,tl!ence soutD?aft,1,on margin l
sain iak t n a nnlnf 120 1 u. a a

Ume. half-mile line between southeast Quar

ter and southwest quarter of section
26, thence north to point of beginning.
Or so much thereof as may be nec

essary to satisfy, pay off and discharge

Sabotage.
A reader asks this center of en enlightenment
lightenment enlightenment to explain the meaning
of the word "sabotage." Did your
mother ever cut your hair? That's
the apotheosis of sabotage.

the debts of the said estate remaining
unpaid, which said debts so remaining
unpaid are shown by the report on file

in the office of the judge of probate
aforesaid.
C. 1 WEST, Commissioner.
2-28-5t. Sat



PYTHIAN PICTURES

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Ocala Seed Store
is headquarters for Pou Pou-try
try Pou-try Foods ud Stock and
Poultry Powders. keep
on hand all tho time:
Beef Scrap,
Klood Meal,
Mica Grit,
Cracked Bone,
Charcoal,
Scratch Food,
Wheat,
COXKEY'S Poultry and
Stock Foods and Rem-
edies; a foil line.
A large assortment of
Flower Pots.

Great Fraternal Lesson of Damon
and Pythias Will be Shown
at the Temple
At the Temple theater next Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening, the great historical
and fraternal drama of Damon and
Pythias will be shown in moving
pictures for the entertainment of the
visiting Knights of Pythias and their
friend3.

Mclver & MacKay
Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Fine Cask els and Burial Robes
1. E. McIVEB and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
All Work Done by. Licensed. Em-
balmers and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES:
D. E. McIY ER 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking Office. ... 47

State pf Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucas County. ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that
he is senior partner' of the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business i,n
the City of Toledo, county and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL DOLLARS
LARS DOLLARS for each and every ease of ca catarrh
tarrh catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscrib subscribed
ed subscribed in my presence this 6th day of
December, A. D., 1886. (Seal)

A. W. Gleason, Notary, Public
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter internally
nally internally and acts directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Company, Toledo.
Ohio. Sold by all druggists, 75
cents. Take Hall's Family Pills for
constipation. ad
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OPEN ALL NIGHT

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 for
description and prices. Come
see me.
JOHN L. DAVIS,
IRVINE, FLORID

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P. D. 0DELL

CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
Estimates on any kind
of Building furnished on

1 short nntipp All work

guaranteed.
117 X. SANCHEZ STREET.
1 O. BOX. NO. 438.
I'll OX K XO. 368 OCALA

The, Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day, J. R. Dewey, proprie

tor. 2-28-tf

OCALA PUBLIC LIBRARY
Open daily except Sunday from 3

to 5 p. m. Board of Trade rooms,
Ocala House block.

Louise E. Gamsby, Librarian

KICKAPOO WORM
KILLER EXPELS 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
worms. Kickapbo Worm Killer is
what your child needs; it expels the
worms, the cause of the child's un unhealthy
healthy unhealthy 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
candy confection children like it.
Safe and sure relief. Guaranteed.
Buy a box today, 25 cents. All drug druggists
gists druggists or by mail. Kickapoo Indian
Medicine Co., Philadelphia or St.
Louis. ad

A. M. BOBDITT
NEW AXI) SECOXD HAX
Furniture
Bought and Sold.
Farm Tools, Casoline Engines, Wag Wagons,
ons, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Beds and
Bedding, Stoves, Tinware, Queens Queens-ware,
ware, Queens-ware, Crockery, Etc.
Phone 481
310 S. Main Street, Ocala, Fla

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL,
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
trct Work. Gives more and bjttc
work for the money tAan any othe
eoiVracrn- In the city

Wen Welcome
Mother's Friend
A Duty that Every Man Owes to Those
who Perpetuate the Race.

All kinds of pastry, cikes and
bread fresh every day. "In quality
we trust not quantity." Carter's
Bakery, North Main street. 1-2 6-tf

IiEST FAMILY LAXATIVE
Beware of constipation. Use Dr.
King's 'New Life Pills and keep well.
Mrs. Charles E. Smith, of West

Franklin, Me., calls them "Our fam

ily laxative." Nothing better for
adults or aged. Get them today. 25
cents. All druggists or by mail. H.
E. Bucklin & Co., Philadelphia or St.
Louis. ad

One gross of "Everybody's Files"

just received at the Court Pharmacy.

One of the best box files for 25 cents

on the market. 2-27-tf

THE

Ne'er-Do-Woll

REX BEACH

Author of

"The Spoilers," "The Barrier,'
The Silver Horde, Etc.

Copyright 1910, 1211, by Harper &
Brothers.

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"It was suiciue." lvirK averreu. wuu
conviction. 'The man was insane last
night, and that accounts for what he
said about me. He's been sick for a
long time."
, "If those boys will only keep their
mouths shut." Runnels said anxiously
"There's no telling what these Spig Spig-goties
goties Spig-goties might do if tbey heard about
that row."
"Cortlandt was an American."
"But it happened in Panama, and it
would be their affair."
Although it was Sunday, the four
young fellows who had taken part in
the entertainment on the night before
had gathered in the office and at the
appearance of Runnels greeted him
eagerly. Toward Kirk, however, they
maintained a disheartening constraint-

The acting superintendent began to

caution them tersely.
"It's a bad business." said Runnels,
"and it's something I for one don't
want to be mixed op in. I've heard
rumors already about some sort of a
quarrel at our party, so I'm afraid you
fellows have been talking."
Wade acknowledged It recklessly."
"Yes. I'll answer for my part, and I'm
not going to make any promise of se secrecy
crecy secrecy either.
Into the office behind them came Ra Ramon
mon Ramon Alfarez and two Panaman police policemen,
men, policemen, one evidently a sergeant
"Eh. there you are!" Alfarez cried as
he caught sight of Kirk. "You are ar arrest'!"
rest'!" arrest'!" "What for?"
"Gentlemen, you will be so kind as
to Reeve the names, yes? The jodge
will desire to make inquiries regarding
those sopper to Seuor Cortlan las
night"
At that moment the building began
to shake and reverberate as No. 5 roll rolled
ed rolled in from Colon, bearing .lohu Weeks.
Aiuerk-an consul, and Mr. Williams of
St. Louis in one 3f the forward coach coaches.
es. coaches. As the two hurried out through
the turnstiles they found the street
blocked by a considerable crowd, evi evidently
dently evidently interested in something quite
apart from the arrival of the morning
train. But before they cou'd learn the
cause out from 'the nearby building
came Ramon Alfarez. accompanied by
several policemen and a group of rail railroad
road railroad employees, among whom was
Kirk Anthony.
"There he is!' wheezed the consul,
clutching at his companion's arm
"Get him now before his friends."

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personal

For information as to the best laundry in
Florida. Ask about the laundry that takes a

interest in all the work sent in. Ask about the laun

dry that irons a collar in such a manner that a tie
can be easily pulled through it without "buckling."
Ask about the laundry that makes a specialty of
ladies' fine work and guarantees to return it in a
satisfactory condition. Ask about the laundry that
delivers your clothes the same day they are received
if desired. If you can't get this information from your
neighbor; just call Phoncfj Two-One (21) and we'll
tell you all about it.

ill!!

IMPERIAL STEAM LAUNDRY,

VV. H. DODSON,
Manager.

West Fort King Avenue, OCALA, FLORIDA

awn I I'll

It Is Just cs important that men should
know of progressive mot hods In advance of
motherhood. The suffering, pain and dis distress
tress distress incident to child-boarin? can be easily
avoided ly having at hand a bottle of
lather's Friend.
This is a wonderful, penetrating, exter external
nal external application, that ro!!ovoi all tension
upon the rr.:ssc!es an 1 enables them to expand
without the pa'r.f I r! 'n rin the liga ligaments.
ments. ligaments. Thus tV-re is ; ". I all those aer aer-rn:s
rn:s aer-rn:s pe!l ; the to t :.j-ea or mo-rs-ir.g
sickness is o"r -vs and a bright.
F"rnv fca-v o'.--v a U preserved, that
.-fleets wenderfu!!? rp c the character and
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Its ryes in bewilderment at th? jv of ni3
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'Mother's r-!"-':!"' at "v drt store ai
?t.0O. and it vV.l be the best d -.-Ihi-'s worth
you ever ohtnirol. 1; preserves the n-eth-cr's
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rrii eoirviiefe reeoverv, nnJ thvs w!h r:-

Whenever you Need a General Tonic

Take Grove's

The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
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General Tonic because it contains the

well known tonic properties of QUININE
and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and

Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents.

notice to creditors j
axi) others;
The undersigned Having been duly
appointed and having qualified as

administrator of the estate of Carlos

L. Sistrunk deceased, now calls upon

all creditors, legatees, distributees

and all persons having claims or de de-mauds
mauds de-mauds against the said estate to pre present
sent present them within the time prescribed
by law.
This February 4th, 1914.
S. T. Sis'runk,
As Administrator of the Estate of
Carlos L. Sistrunk, Deceased.

SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
l'artrhlge-Woodrow Company
Selling A rents
Merchant's Rlock, Ocala

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"'""! !:Ml" Mm 'Vi'.l ltr-: :li4Vl ttl UJrt:
I jisir
It w;i tSiiH'ii: the line It iili tha!
!;imiii Aifsuvz ;i!hI ;it Hie H.inive
iom. riintui!: iMiikM Mini Hi-
diinliter still lii:r;nt.' ier tiioii mid
day iiiwil jird Ii-u-.nu titi- lliat
fl.til h!h T rn1t tin wind it
"S Mil :l ill-til." ill r.'ittuT w:s S2IV
in "lie wrs. itnlHl. tnv v"l frind
it is shtx kin
"Yes. find tn think lie slnmld hav.
lKen kilUKl in this oowanllv mimier"
"Ki'Uii: Is it Indieved that he
murderel: Caminha; I suppisd h
had slnd himself That was the :
sjp an hour vu
"Ujmhi .eavlim the Tivoli last nih
Semr Cortlan dinefl with six ol" hi
friends at the Central. There was
drinking. The waiters have heen ques
tiind: als one of the men who va
nresent has re-onnted to me what
urred It se'ins that for a hni.u fiun
Senor Cortlan' h:is Ihhii fealou of hi

rtife. oitl:i!i openly !ie Used his ene enemy
my enemy hefore all the others It was most
dra math, it was terrible! There was
,i s ere of violeia-e The otlver man
made t lire;its.

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I :iravel h:e:i t In-d :m incredulous ex

clamatiou
"Ah. but wait! It was Senor Cortlsin's

fest friend. to. the man for whom he

had accomplished many favors, whom
he accused." He noted with mingled
anger and satisfaction the pallor tha
was creeping into the girl's cheeks
"You would never guess. It vas 1
hesitate, and yet you are bound to
learn, my dear friends it was this
Ant'ony."
"It is a lie!" said the girl quietlj.
"He loved no one but me."
"Gertrudis!" Tbe banker was shock shocked
ed shocked beyond measure at what he consid considered
ered considered his daughter's jealousy. "Those
are not nice words."
"I do not believe it"
Ramon had not counted upon such a
spirit, and. his auger getting the better
of him, he leered: "I should not have
spoken. I did not know you still care."
"She does not care." Garavel de declared
clared declared loudly.
"Ah. but I do. I love him very dear dearly."
ly." dearly." The two men were upon their feet In
an instant, staring at her. the elder in
amazement, the younger with rage and
resentment blazing from his counte countenance.
nance. countenance. "Silence!" thundered the banker.
"Yonder stands your affianced hus husband."
band." husband." "It is a mistake' she persisted
gently.
"Xo. no. no! There is no mistake."
chattered Ramon. "Those other men
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