OP A LA FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 11. 19U
tfOULD FIND IT
EASIER TO 11
Wear' Willies Have a Rough Iload
to Travel on the Way to
Sacramento, Cal., March 11. Suf Suffering
fering Suffering with bruised heads and empty
stomachs, one thousand members of
the unimployed armies that have
been in Sacramento for two days,
were encamped last night on the Yo Yolo
lo Yolo county side of the Sacramento
river, to which they were driven by
Sacramnto county officers.
Not all were suffering from injur injuries,
ies, injuries, but all were hungry. Most of
them were cold, from the drenching
by the city fire department in rout-
Sing them from their Sacramento
iamp. They swore vengeance on
isacramenio oecause oi me iorciuie
ction, but as their only avenue of
entrance to this city is guarded by
several hundred armed deputy sher sheriffs,
iffs, sheriffs, and the town of Broderick,
across the river is eciually well
guai ucu, viui auiuuiiuco unci v
that state troops will not be needed. ;
The unemployed were driven
from the Southern Pacific right-of-way
by deputy sheriffs armed with
pick handles and police armed with
clubs. They at first refused to go,
but streams of water played on them
by firemen started them on the run.
In Second street they stopped to
give battle and many heads were
bruised by deputy sheriffs and police
and the rioters were driven to Front
street. Some were clubbed hard
enough to necessitate treatment in
the county hospital.
In passing Second street the unem unemployed
ployed unemployed attacked street cars, hurled
stones and sticks thru windows and
forcing passengers to lie on the car
floors. A stone, thrown thru the
wind shield of & physicians automo automobile,
bile, automobile, hit him in the mouth. The
army was driven down Front street
to the M street bridge. One hundred
brufgCaway and railed and wrecked
aUaloon. They finally were driven
ovV the bridge and into Yolo
FEEI YOFK FACE OX FISH
Smith says We Can Reduce the II.
C. of L. by Eat ins Salmon
Washington, March 11. To re reduce
duce reduce the cost of living, eat more sal salmon,
mon, salmon, especially of the cheaper grade
and less meat." That is the advice
of Dr. Hugh Smith, federal commis commissioner
sioner commissioner of fisheries. He asserts that
not only is salmon cheaper than
meats, but it will keep indefinitely if
unopened, while the latter spoil
quickly in the home."
"'The best grades of canned sal salmon,"
mon," salmon," says the statement, "are rich richer
er richer than meats in body-building ma materials
terials materials and contain about the same
amount of fats. Pink salmon, which
is a cheaper grade, is 'better than
meats for making flesh and bone, but
has less fat. Either is as digestible
as the best sirloin steak; there is no
waste and nothing has to be thrown
away except the can."
PRESIDENT OXIjY CAX
KEEP THEM FROM THE PEX
' Washington, March 11. The final
cUiapter in the iron workers' cam-
jSjgn to destroy "open shops" with
dynamite and mtro-glycerine was
written yesterday by the supreme
court in refusing to review peniten penitentiary
tiary penitentiary sentences imposed on Frank
M. Ryan, president of the Interna International
tional International Association of Bridge an 1
Structural Iron Workers, and twen-
from 2a to 500
IL Unimproved Farm
flr Lands from 5 to
sty-three of the association's mem mem-5
5 mem-5 bers.
? Senator Kern, leading counsel for
; rhe iron workers at their trial at In
dianapolis, stated after the supreme
court's action that he did not con-
j template appealing to the president
for a pardon for the convicted men,
which alcne stands between them
and the penitentiary.
Iiokeby Venus in British National
Gallery Cut to Itibbons by
London, March 11. A militant
suffragette inflicted severe damage
yesterday on the famous Velasquez
picture known as the Rokeby Venus,
which is hung in the National Gal Gallery,
lery, Gallery, Trafalgar Square. The picture
was purchased for $225,000 in 1906
and presented to the nation. Art ex expects
pects expects have estimated its present mar market
ket market value at $500,000.
The woman entered the gallery
and attacked the picture with a
sharp knife, making six or seven bad
cuts across the canvas. She was ar arrested.
rested. arrested. The perpetrator of the outrage
was the notorious militant suffra suffragette,
gette, suffragette, May Richardson, who has been
sentenced to several terms of im imprisonment
prisonment imprisonment since the. beginning of
the militant movement. She was ar arrested
rested arrested at Bristol on July 4 last year
for dropping a scroll of paper on the
knees of King George as he was
driving through the city. After she
had served three months' imprison imprisonment
ment imprisonment she was arrested again in No November
vember November for burning a house at
Hampton, but immediately started a
hunger strike and was released a few
iveeks later in a serious condition.
Many of the public art collections,
such as those at Hampton Court
Palace and especially galleries where
valuable porcelain is on exhibition,
were' closed a year ago on account of
militant outrages and have not been
opened since. The National Gallery
was closed after yesterday's outrage.
Tin: vxdkk woods
Washington, March 11. Presi President
dent President Wilson last night entertained at
dinner with Representative and Mrs.
Underwood as guest of honor. Mrs.
Underwood, who is still indisposed,
did not attend.
COMMIT EES OF Ti E COUXCIL
Finance E. E. Robinson, chair chairman;
man; chairman; M. J. Roess, C. W. Hunter.
Judiciary M. J. Roess, chairman;
C. Bennett, H. A. Fausett.
Street W. A. Knight, chairman;
G A. Carmichael, E. E. Robinson.
Cemetery J. C. Smith, chairman;
E. E. Robinson, M. J. Roess.
Fire E. C. Bennett, chairman; J.
X. Tolar, H. A. Fausett.
Police C. W. Hunter, chairman;
W. A. Knight, J. N. Tolar.
Market J. X. Tolar, chairman; J.
C. Smith, H. A. Fausett.
Sanitary C. W. Hunter, chair chairman;
man; chairman; H. A. Fausett, J. C. Smith.
Building H. A. Fausett, chair chairman;
man; chairman; J. C. Smith, J. N. Tolar.
Light and Water M. J. Roess,
V A. Knight, G. A. Carmichael.
Fresh bread, cakes and pies every
lay; delivered to any part of the
'ity. Ueint?' Bakery. 12-31-tf
. SUGAR H AMMOCK LANDS
Part ridge-Woodrow Company
Merchant's Block. Ocala
UXITKI) STATKS SKXATOK
CIIAHLKS SPKXCKll IHtAHHAM
Orange Lake and community were
shocked on March 2nd to hear of the!uaj i,cuu "cc,v
! Mrs. McCormick, in Palatka.
death of Charles Spencer Brabham,, Jeft gunday
which resulted from pneumonia. j mornins for their home in Nebras Nebras-He
He Nebras-He was only sick a few short days.jka. after spending the past, two
and while his sufferings were great, j months with their uncle, Mr. David
we could Jiot but hoje to have him
spared to us. But God. in His infinite
aw fit to call him home To be
with our Savior, who said. "Saffer
little children and forbid them not.
for of such is the kingdom of ileav
Spencer was a member of the.
Episcopal church at Oaklawa, Fla., I
and the youngest member of the" con-!
gregation, being only 15 years and!
four months old at the time of his I
The funeral services were held in
the church and conducted b
Kidd, rector. The services
beautiful and the casket was covered
witn oeautnui nowers.
mute testimonials of the esteem in i
which the deceased was held.
Spencer was a good Christian boy,
ever ready to help to do anything in
church work, trying always to walk
in the steps of his Savior.
He was the eldest son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Brabham of Orange Lake,
and now their hearts are sad to have
to part with their dear child.
We can only point them ro the
One who does all things well, and say
weep not as those who have no
hope, for we can meet our dear one
in that beautiful land where part partings
ings partings are no more.
Call not back the dear departed. ;
Anchored safe where storms are o'er.
On the border land we left him. j
Soon to meet and part r.o more. j
When we leave this world of changer, j
When we leave this world of care, j
We shall find our missing loved ones;
In cur Father's mansion fair. j
One Who Loved Him.
LAKE WEI 11
Lake Weir. March 1m. Mrs. Ceo.
I Morrisey and little son, o; Nashville.
arrived Saturday to spend the bal bal-'
' bal-' ance of the season on the lake, and
WE ARE NOW IN
With an Attractive
FLORIDA CENTRAL LAND CO.
DUXOAN U. FLETCHER
are occupying one of Mrs. Volkman's
-rs. ueorgs nines leu weanes-
Mrs. E. A. Revels, of Mulberry,
spent Wednesday and Thursday with
Mr. Revels, at her boarding place
on the lalge.
j -Miss Brisker, of Georgia. left yes-
i terday for Arcadia and other points
south, after spending a week with
i her coualn, Mi.-s Myrtle Camp.
Mr. David Kirkland has just re returned
turned returned from Atlanta, where he spent
the past week.
Great preparations are being
made for the musical to be given at
j the club house Thursday night. Mr.
I Carson Bradford and Miss Florence
j Williams of Nashville, will each sing
i : - i m r.r- it u,-
L It U aiSU .WIS. A -. lie-
i el M-ss Katherine PvIes .Miss
Grace Willard and other talented
visitors on the lake will participate.
CONCORDIA LODGK F. Z. OF A-
i oncoruia juouge, rrwieruai i uiou
I of America, meets iF Yonge"s Hal'
r i : t j i it :
on the second Thursaay evening c
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary Ad
Six Room Cottage on
South Second St., next
Workmen have jut fin finished
ished finished painting and pa papering
pering papering entire inside.
Possession at once.
$20 per month. Apply
House for Rent.
OUR NEW OFFICE
List ol Real Estate.
OF THE GLADES
Six Million Acres of Richest Land of
Which a Fourth Belongs to
Washington, March 11. Govern Governor
or Governor Park Trammell spent yesterday
conferring with the general land of office
fice office on a number of claims made by
the state of Florida for lands to
which the state claims it is entitled
under the swamp and overflow act,
passed by Congress in the fifties.
The state' has pending before the
department of the interior claims
amounting to approximately 20,000
The governor is enthusiastic about
the future of the Florida Everglades.
"Recently an engineering commis commission
sion commission visited Florida and made a thor thorough
ough thorough study of the Everglades and
the project to reclaim these lands,"
said the governor in a' -statement
published today in the Washington
Post, "and the report was that close
to 4,000,000 acres of Everglade land
could be reclaimed.
"There are about 6,000,000 acres
in the Everglades, district of Flori Florida,
da, Florida, and we have proved absolutely
that our undertaking is a practicable
"The state owns about a fourth of
the Everglades, or in the neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood of 1,200,000 acres. The lands
that have been drained and cultivat cultivated
ed cultivated have prove'd the best kind of pro producing
ducing producing lands. At the Miami Fair not
long ago crops from the Everglades
took the first place. '.
'A short time since the state sold
200 acres fronting on Lake Okeecho Okeechobee
bee Okeechobee for $200 an acre, but the state
does not want to dispose of its inter interest
est interest in the Everglades. We want to
wait for the enhancement in value,
which is sure to come."
GRAXI MUSICAL COXCERT
For Benefit of the Lake Weir Yacht
Club Building Fund
A musical concert for the benefit
of the building fund of the Lake
Weir Yacht Club will be held at the
club house March 12th, 1914, 7:30
p. m.; admission 25 cents, reserved
seats. Tickets on sale at Gerig's
ARREST1XG AX AMAZON
Good-Sized Job for the Policemen of
Glasgow, March 11. Mrs. Emme-
i line Pankhurst, militant suffragette
leader, was arrested last night at a
meeting in St. Andrews Hall after a
fierce fight with the police in which
a score of w omen were hurt 'and sev several
eral several constables badly bruised.
Mrs. Pankhurst had just declared
that women had as ample justifica justification
tion justification for fighting for their rights to today
day today as ever man had, when police
dashed into the hall w-ith drawn
clubs. The suffragettes had stretch stretched
ed stretched a net work of barbed wire across
the platform, concealed by floral
decorations. For a few minutes this
barricade with the aid of masculine
supporters using flower pots and
chairs as missels, held back the po police.
lice. police. Finally- when the police stormed
the platform a number of women
drew clubs from under their cloaks
and usedthem vigorously. In the
midst of the fighting several blank
cartridges were fired and miniature
bombs exploded. Frightened by the
detonations several women fainted.
Th? police seized Mrs." Pankhurst
and dragged her from the platform
and thru the hall to the street. Here
from 5 to 50 Acres
that will pay
20 to 40 per cent,
a desperate and futile effort was
made to rescue her as the police
forced her into a taxicab and drove
to the police station.
For the Grand Lodge Meeting In
Ocala March 11-12-13
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11
10 a. m. Welcome ceremonies at
Invocation, Rev. Bunyan Stephens.
Address of welcome on behalf of
the city of Ocala Chas. W. Hunter.
Address of welcome on .1 ehalf of
Marion County Board of Trade J.
Address of welcome on behalf of
Ocala Lodge No. li) William (M.
Song Miss Marguerite Porter.
Response on behalf of the Grand
Lodge W. J. Sears, grand chancel chancellor.
lor. chancellor. Response on behalf of Pythian
Sisters Mrs. Jennie R. Brown, su supreme
preme supreme representative.
1 1 a. m. Convention of the
Grand Lodge at Castle HalL
1:30 p. m. Afternoon session of
Thursday, March 12
8 a. m. Automobile ride to Silver
9:30 a. m. Morning Session of
1:30 p. m. Afternoon session of
Friday, March 13
9:30 a. m. Morning session of
1:30 p. m. Afternoon session of
The following are the committees
of Ocala Lodge in charge of the con
Reception Committee Wm. M..
Gober, D. W. Tompkins, Charles
Goddard, Jake Brown, P. V. Leaven Leaven-good,
good, Leaven-good, Chas. K. Sage and F. E.
Entertainment Committee P.
Leavengood, Charles Goddard, J.
Hotel Committee Jake Brown,
and Charles Goddard.
Hall Committee F. E. Wether-
j bee, J. W. Aiken and Dr. J. H. Dunn.-
Committee on making all visiting.
Knights have a pleasant lime Ev--cry
member of Ocala Lodge No. 19,
K. of f
Bureau of information in charge
of E. L. Stapp at Ocala House.
PiOVAL ARCH MASONS
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month af
7:30 p. m. C. E. Simmons, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
All persons who failed to register
in their respective districts can reg register
ister register at my office in Ocala any day
(Sundays excepted) between March
15th and .Tpril 15th. D. M. Barco,
Supervisor Registration Marion Co.,
Office upstairs in court house.
Tuluia L.odge So. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets ever
Tuesday evening 1 ; 7:30 o'clock ( lo
Vongs's Hall, Fort King avenue. Via
itors it. the city invited to be with as
H. D. Stokes, X. G.
VV. L. Colbert. Secretary. Adv.
SL'GAIt HAMMOCK LlA' S
Pa r t r i d je- Vot d ro v Co in pa n y
Merchant's IILck, Ocala 1-13-tf
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1HK H.ia UK.MMi SI.K. UKDMiiDAV, MARCH 11, 1914
SUNS 0F OLD SOLDIERS
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Sale continues throughout
week at Mrs. Bostick's.
Fresh buttermilk daily at Gerig's
Drug Store. 2-7-tf
IAILY WEATHEU KEPOUT
If you want a tip on how to secure
a full lodge meeting, ask Jake
'Mr. Pete Mcintosh was a busi business
ness business visitor leaving for 'Wildwood
The Board of Trade rooms, as
usual, are superbly decorated in
honor of the occasion.
Mr. Jack Rentz came up last
night from Arcadia on a short busi business
ness business trip. He will return tomorrow
If you want a be-coming Easter
suit, you want to be-coming to us for
It. Rivers, the Men's Outfitter, Har Harrington
rington Harrington block. 3-ll-3t
Forrest, will Form a Camp in
Ocaht Saturday Evening j
Notice is hereby given that a camp
The following weather report is of Sons of Confederate Veterans will i
furnished the Star every afternoon j be organjzed Saturday at S p. m., at
by Mr. F. G. B. eihe, local report- f,
er for the weather bureau operated e court nouse-
by the United States department of j N- B- Forrest, adjutant general
agriculture, showing maximum and and chief of staff, will be present to
uumiuuiu lemywaiure aua ramiau : assist in the organization, and the
undersigned urge all who are eligi-
during the twenty-four hours end
ing at 3 p. m.:
March 1 62
March 2 56
March 3 62
March 4. 73
March 5. ..... .72
March 6. ..... .66
March 7 66
March 8 .63
March 9 60
March 10 60
March 11 70
R. F. j
ble to meet with them:
W. V. Harriss, T. D. Lancaster,
Jr., B. E. Raysor, V. T. Gary, J. D.
0Q i ucDonaia, M. R. Williams, S. M.
"00!Lummus, John M. Graham, Hugo. D.
4- Mcintosh. H. W. Walters, Henry
"Q0 Raysor, John L. Edwards, H. D.
' 0Q; Stokes, E. L. Wartmann, J. J. Gerig,
(Baxter Carn, T. B. Pasteur, W. F.
McAteer, F. W. Ditto, W. D. Taylor,
D. Xiel Ferguson. C. D. Aver. Jas.
J. Taylor, John H. Taylor, J. H. Liv-
j ingston, A. M. Lansford, W. D. Carn,
All kinds of pastry, cakes and
bread fresh every day. "In quality
we trust not quantity." Carter's
Bakery, North Main street. 1-26-tf
Messrs. O. B. Howse, T. E.
Bridges and other disciples of Isaak
Walton spent the day on the lakes
beyond the Oklawaha.
fVt PiVn it fit TVinio-li anH T. k, w
. """'jH. S. Chambers, L. E. Lang, Nathan
Cloudy tonight and Thursday and Mayo D. B. Mayo, J. M: eely T
probably local rains; colder north- E. Bridges, S. T. Sistrunk, J. Harry
we" poioh tomgnt ana in nortn Walters, A. E. Geris. H. C. Sistrunk.
and central portions Thursday. Edward Tnrkpr. -fj. l rflm,v t. k
Edwards, Bunyan Stephens, E. L.
Parr, D. E. Mclver,. Barney Spencer,
THIS AFTEItXOOX Eugene A. Mobley, E. D. Rou, Ml L.
'Mershon, J. A. Morris, Jr., W. W.
Everybody in Ocala Should Ik- on the Martin, -Peyton Bailey, Wm. Hoeker,
Public Square at Five j H- Benjamin, J. A. Murrell, Syd-
i ney Haile, Edwin Spencer, Jr., F. ;R.
On such matters as a purchase, an investment, an extension of 'credit,
or the management of a business, a good banker is competent to give
good, sound advice that's his business. y
We are willing and anxious to advise our customers at any time.
Ocala National Bank.
Capital and Surplus, $85,000.00.
ACTIVE -U. S, DEPOSITARY.
FROM ST. PETE.
The Dramatic Order
Khorassan will have a parade this n t cm!tt,
jHocker, W. H. Harrison, J. K. Diek Diek-Knights
Knights Diek-Knights of son s H Christian, G. W. Easter-
Mr. E.' C. Staley, an enthusiastic
K. of P. from Bradentown, and a
past chancellor of the Ocala lodged is
mingling with the delegates today.
It might be a good idea to renew
some of the electric light bulbs in
the arches. A number have played
out and somewhat crippled the illumination.
Mr. C. R. Kreger has high rank
among the K. of P. decorators. His
store is ablaze with the blue, yellow
and crimson, and even his 'gators
wear the K. of P. emblem.
The "Royal" window in the Riv-
ers Haberdashery attracts a great
deal of attention. The display is the
work of that artist in widow dress dressing,
ing, dressing, Mr. Charlie Simpson.
Mr. P.. E. Lansford, who is at pres present
ent present making his home in Chattanooga,
is the guest of his brother, Mr. A. M,.
lansford. He is still in the mus musical
ical musical instrument business and reports
having had splendid success since
leaving Ocala some months ago.
'.Sale continues throughout this
week at Mrs. Bostick's.
Mr. Jack McCully, county agricul agricultural
tural agricultural agent, was a pleasant caller at
the Star office today. He says that
the damage to beans and other veg vegetation
etation vegetation thruout the county was con considerable
siderable considerable from the late frost. He
states, however, that he does not be believe
lieve believe over 25 per cent, of the plants
now above ground suffered any setback.
Mr. W. JI. Grace, a former resi resident
dent resident of Marion county, and for many
years a section master on the old
Florida Southern Railroad, passed
thru the city today on the way to his
Alabama home. He has just com completed
pleted completed a visit to his brothers, Clar Clarence,
ence, Clarence, at Arcadia, and Ezekiel S.,
at Citronelle. This is Mr. Grace's
first visit to Florida in over fifteen
years and he notes with pleasure the
many changes in that time.
afternoon at 5 o'clock, the proces-j
sion leaving their, headquarters in
the McClanef hall promptly at that I
order to have the procession headed liU,)" ,HIrtaiit Affairs Demand A
BOARD OF TRADE
3IEETS TOMORROW XIGIIT
The Star had a pleasant call this
morning from the St. Petersburg
delegation to the Grand Lodge of
Knights of Pythias. The gentlemen
were Mayor J. G. Bradshaw, Editor
W. L. Straub of the Times and Mr.
W. F. Smith. They are enthusiastic
over the growth of the Sunshine City
and say the 4 000 new rooms added
to the city last summer have been
filled this winder and many have
been unable to find accommodations
in town. They are also well pleased
with the commission fo'rm of govern government
ment government that is being tried out in St.
One of the oldest
Pythias in town is Dr. Dan Morgan,
Smith, He was admitted at the
University of "Virginia in 1871, when
the struggling little order was in its
by a drum corps; next will be the
members pf Moharrum Temple No.
119 of Jacksonville; then the Uni Uniform
form Uniform Rank K. of P., who are in at attendance
tendance attendance at the Grand Lodge, fol followed
lowed followed by the grand representatives.
Last, but by no means least, of
the "attractions" .of the occasion
will be a herd of tyros, better known
to the order as "fresh meat."
The rear of the procession will be
brought up with a lot of ferocious
animals from all parts of the world.
These, however, will be well guard guarded
ed guarded by trainers and special officers
appointed for the occasion and there
will be absolutely no danger in al allowing
lowing allowing the children to come out and
see them, and the historical infor information
mation information to be gained by witnessing
the parade will be well worth while.
The line of march of the parade
will be from the McClane hall to the
corner of 'Harrington Hall, west on
Fort King avenue to Goddard's sta stable,
ble, stable, north to Exposition street, east
to Ocala House, north to Oklawaha
avenue, east on Herbert street, west
on Fort King avenue to Main street,
north to hall.
The Knights who will be given the
D. O. K. K. degree tonight at the
temple headquarters are Charles
Goddard, George Rentz, Percy Per Perkins,
kins, Perkins, Marcus Frank, 'E. L. Stapp, W.
V. Wheeler, H. M. Hampton, J. A.
Wiggins, D. W. Davis, M. E. Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, J. H. Dunn, E. T. Spencer, D.
T. Jeffcoat, Ocala; W. H. Stephens,
Archer; W. P. Watson and f. P.
Yowell, Orlando; W. S. Smith, Clear Clearwater.
water. Clearwater. The bunch from the Jacksonville
temple that came in this afternoon
are headed by Fred Frahm, royal
I' u U Attendance and .CarH'ul f
The Board of Trade will meet to
morrow, evening. On account of var-
ious matters, the last meeting for
February was passed, and much bus business
iness business has stacked up. The board of
governors and secretary have some
important matters o submit to the
board, and bespeak a large attendance.
mrancy. ii3f nas not attended a
lodge meeting in man' years, but
has never forgotten the work, and it
:s needless to tell those who know
him that he has always observed t
nrpfpnts nf f hp nrdpr
Mr. TrrHr"T)eVitt, circulation
manager o the Pensacola News and
Mr. X. L. Lillard, receiver for the
Xews, are delegates to the Grand
Lodge K. of P. and made the Star
an appreciated call.
OFFICERS OF THE GRAND LODGE
If you want a be-coming Easter
suit, you want to be-coming to us for
iL Rivers, the Men's Outfitter, Har Harrington
rington Harrington block. 3-ll-3t
Lenten Specialties :
Herring in Tomato Sauce
Filet of Maekrel
English Channel Maekrel
No. 1 Fat Salt Maekrel
Sardines, all kinds
Boneless Smoked Herring
Little Xeck Clams
Cod Roe. Shad Roe
O.K. Teapot Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174
W. R. O'Neal. Orlando, and Sum Sumter
ter Sumter Lowry, Tampa, grand represen representatives;
tatives; representatives; W. J. Sears. Kissimmee,
grand chancellor; Robert E. Davis,
Gainesville, grand vice chancellor;
Scott M. Lofton, Plant City, grand
prelate; E. P. Roberts, Key West,
grand master at arms; W. C West,
Jacksonville, grand masjer of ex exchequer;
chequer; exchequer; W. H. Lattimer, Tavares,
grand keeper of records and seals;
N. P. Yowell, Orlando, grand inner
guard; W. J. Williams, Milton, grand
K. OF P. AUTOS
Those who have kindly tendered
their automobiles for use tomorrow
morning in conveying our Knights
of Pythias guests to Silver Springs
are requested to have them at the
Board of Trade rooms promptly at 8
o'clock. If the committee has been
unable to see any who can put their
cars at their disposal, they shall be
pleased to have them respond at the
above time and place.
W. M. Gober, C. C.
NOTICE TO MEMBERS
OF THE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge No. 1S1, F. U. of
A., has tendered the use of its hall
to the Pythian Sisters during the K.
of P. convention, and the regular ful in the city by the St. Johns
monthly meeting will be postponed
until Thursday evening, March 19th.
ELKS ELECT OFFICERS
The members of Ocala Lodge, B.
P. O. E. turned out in force last
night, and the little lodge room at
the Elks Club was packed full and
The principal and most important
business of the evening was the elec election
tion election of officers to conduct the bus business
iness business of the lodge for the ensuing
year. The officers elected are as
Delegate to the Grand Lodge
C. W. Hunter, retiring exalted ruler.
Alternate, E. E. Robinson, past
Exalted Ruler David SageN Williams.
Esteemed Leading Knight
Esteemed Loyal Knight-
Esteemed Lecturing Knight
Secretary Joseph Bell.
Treasurer Geo. J. Blitch.
Tiler C. R. Kreger.
Member board of trustees H. B.
Mr. Geo. W. Scofield was elected
to membership, Mr. T. T. Munroe
filed a demit and was reinstated and
Mr. Wilbur X. Potter of Bushnell
was initiated. Other business mat matters
ters matters were discussed and e'ery mem member
ber member feels confident vthat the coming
lodge year will be a prosperous and
, A man named J. L. Dies from
Polk county was arrested by the
sheriffs deputies yesterday for car carrying
rying carrying concealed weapons. He was
tried in Judge Smith's court and
found guilty, and lacking the neces necessary
sary necessary ducats to pay his fine, lingers
in the bastille.
There was a great awakening of
zeal among the members of Tulula
Lodge, I. O. O. F., last night. Mem Members
bers Members who had not felt the lodge
spirit stir in them for so long that
they had forgotten the degree pass passwords,
words, passwords, grip and countersign, once
more found their way to the portals
and besought admittance. Their
presence greatly encouraged the old
guard, who have carried on the work
without faltering, and a most' en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic and beneficial meeting
was held. Mr. John S. Robinson
was admitted, and the brethren
watched over his footsteps as he trod
the historic road to Jericho.
Little Willie Veal who. was so bad badly
ly badly burned yesterday, is resting as
well as can be expected today.
Mrs. Baxter Morrison was operat operated
ed operated on at the hospital today and is
doing very nicely.
CROSSING PALMS WITH
HIS OLD CHUMS
Mr. Herbert .Crook, a former Ocala
citizen, but at present from Palatka,
is in the city attending the Grand
Lodge Knights of Pythias. He has
for many years been a member of
the Grand Lodge, and says it is with
a great deal of pleasure that he at attends
tends attends the session in Ocala as it was
in this city nearly twenty years ago
that he was elevated to the highest
position within the gift of the order
in the jurisdiction, that of grand
While Herbert, as he is familiarly
known to all his old Ocala friends,
left our city many years ago to cast
his lot with the Gem City, he still
holds a warm spot in his heart for
the city of his boyhood. His hosts
of Ocala friends will be pleased to
know that he has been very success-
Sale continues throughout this
week at Mrs. Bostick's.
If you want a be-coming Easter
suit, you want to be-coming to us for
it. Rivers, the Men's Outfitter, Har Harrington
rington Harrington block. 3-ll-3t
Captain J. E. Lucas is among the
prominent Palatkans in the city at attending
tending attending the session of the Grand
Lodge Knights of Pythias.
Dried Beef, Rawf Boneless or Boiled Ham.
Breakfast Bacon, sliced on our improved slicing
machine. Nothing better for a cold lunch or for a
picnic. Bring your breaditO;US and we will slice it
for your sandwiches on the machine.
We Roast and Grind ur Famous Bands of
Coffees EVERY DAY.
. You get the best and get it fresh.
200 Hundred Dozen Fresh Country Eggs
on Hand at 25 Cents a Dozen.
Sunshine line of Biscuits and Cakes of all kinds.
Quaker Corn Flakes 3 for 25 cents.
Franklin Package granulated and pulverized
Domino Sugar Loaf.
Potato Chips in bulk. l
. Fresh Fruits and' Vegetables always in stock.
Old Virginia Hams, something rare and good.
We buy the fresh country prdduce from and for
our customers. ;
Messrs. R. E. Xeck and J. Pursley,
of Palatka, representating St. Johns
Lodge Xo. 8, K. of P., arrived in
the city this morning, coming over
in Mr. Xeck's car, for the purpose of
attending the grand lodge.
'Messrs. S. Feinberg, George
Xeville, R. H. Sanders and Dr. W. H.
Griffith are among x the Dunnellon
visitors in the city today.
Mr. E. S. McCrary and F. D. Bry-j
an are representing the Lakeland
lodge at the Grand Lodge meeting.
The former is connected with the
railway mail service and for several
years had the run between this city
and Homosassa and made many
friends who are delighted to see him
in Ocala once more.
"an honest man may have a bad tlUe through no fault of bis own"
a good man does not always mean a good title ;
. f n
"men pass away, titles run on forever
"an abstract of title is the only means by which yon can determine
whether yon are buying land or a lawsuit
Mr. B. H. Seymour returned to today
day today from a business trip to Lees Lees-burg
burg Lees-burg and other Lake county points.
Mr. Luther Stafford of Tampa, is
circulating among his old Ocala
friends today. He came up last
night on Sunnyjim with a bunch of
Knights on their way to the state
Prof. J. H. Workman, principal of
the Ocala High School, and Mr. J. H.
Brinson, superintendent of public
instruction for the county, are at
Fort Myers attending the meeting
of principals and superintendents of
While Chief Chambers wasn't
looking yesterday afternoon, the fire
boys decorated the front of the hall
with the K. of P. coat of arms and
Corida title & abstract company.
the American flag. Contrary to cus custom,
tom, custom, they put the flag below the
other decoration, and on being crit criticised
icised criticised were about to change their
positions. But an old K. of P. told
them to let it alone. "The K. of P.,"
he said, "is just as patiiotic as the
Mr. Wessley Herrick, the popular
postmaster of Daytona Beach, is
among the visiting knights in at attendance
tendance attendance upon the grand lodge session.
Dr. J. G. Baskin of Dunnellon was
in town yesterday and when asked
about conditions in his city said
they were very much pleased over
the business outlook. The mines
are being opened and it looks like
there is a long period of activity
ahead for the phosphate Industry.
For bicycle supplies and repairing.
H. H. Meadows, 410 North Orange
St. Margaret's Guild will take or orders
ders orders for cakes, pies, sandwiches and
mayonnaise dressing during Lent.
Sale continues throuehout thia
week at Mrs. Bostick's. iSsj
SUGAB HAM3IOCK LANDS
Part ridge-Woodrow Company
Merchant Block; Ocala
1! GREAT FRATERNAL
I Opportunity if SSoSS
X But you may not be that man.
Fhvr& Fhl-Tz 9 You'll wish you had
A New Departure
Jl WO. a JLrwSO backed your judgment
after the other man has used his and bought.
Large Attendance and Impressive
Eereises at the Knights of
OCA LA WEEKLY STAR, WEDNESDAY, MAKCH 11, 1914
OCA LA, FLORIDA.
Invites you to call or write, and let us explain
The first partjOf the day's program
for the visiting Knights of Pythias
i and Pythian Sisters was the wel-
Coupon Certificate of Deposit
These Certificates of Deposit bear inierest at the
4 S Payable Quarllerly
come ceremonies at the Temple the theater.
ater. theater. A line of march was formed at
Pythian headquarters at the Ocala
House. Tampa lodge Uniformed
Rank headed the line, which was fol followed
lowed followed by the convention delegates
and members or the local lodge; the
Pythian Sisters following.
They marched to the theater, and
at the entrance the Uniformed Rank
formed two columns with, presented
swords, and all passed in by twos.
The work of these Knights was very
pretty and caused much favorable
comment among the visitors as well
as home people.
When all had been comfortably
seated the curtain was rafsed and
the audience greeted by a beautiful
song entitled '"The Rose Waltz," by
Mrs. E. Van Hood. Mrs. W. A. Goin,
Miss Rosebud Robinson, Miss Mar
guerite Porter, Miss Myrta Wilson.
and Mrs. H.- M. Hampton; Miss
Gertie Peyser pianist.
Divine blessing was invoked on
the assemblage by Rev. Bunyan
Stephens, pastor of the Baptist
Mr. V. M. Gober, chancellor eom-
. .1 t- 1 T J X" in
i IJ. C. WEIJJ5, Chairman of the Board. J &
x ,t ter of ceremonies, introduced Mr. C.
W. Hunter, delegated by Mayor
Robertson to welcome the visitors
on behalf of the city.
K Mr. Hunter cited the method of
mx..hKKXKK- knights to a city in olden
And have interest Coupons Attached which can
. be cashed Anywhere.
We also call attention to our
Special Savings Department
Interest 4 per cent Compounded Quarterly
No Account too Large, None too Small
GEO. J. 11L1TC1I,
W. II. McRAIXEY,
D. E. McIVER,
D. C. STILES, Jr.,
W. V. WHEELER,
Vnxr -Ju-sTTGttGKT To
W m m mm i I
JUST LOOK AT THE OLD, WORN" COOKING UTENSILS
YOU HAVE IX YOUR KITCHEN, THEN COME AND LOOK AT
THE RliAND NEW ONES WE HAVE IX OUR STORE.
A LITTLE MONEY WILL BUY A RIG LOT OF NEW,
IMPROVED KITCHEN UTEXSILS, WHICH WILL SAVE YOU
MANY, MANY STEPS AND TROUBLES AND MAKE COOK COOK-1XG
1XG COOK-1XG A DELIGHT.
MARION HARDWARE CO.
The Management of DR. McCLANE
Medical. Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxier's stands.
Larger quarters, more fully equipped and will he .run
strictly ethical lines.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE -333
1 1 1 1
Marion County Abstract Company
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
First consideration and especial attention given to small tmets.
X I times by sending out heralds to an
nounce to them that all was ready
for their reception. This he said
had been done in Ocala's instance,
and now that the Florida Knights of
Pythias are within our gates he
wanted them to one and all make
themselves at home. He expressed
the sentiment of the entire city by
assuring the visitors that Oala feels
proud at having them in our midst.
! "The city is yours." sail Mr. Hun-
.. ter, -and once for all. we say wel
come within our gates."
Mr. J. D. Roouey, secretary of the
Marion County Board oi Trade, was
then introduce! and delivered the
following most appropriate address
Mr. Rmiiiey Address
Mr. Chairman. Chancellor Com Commander,
mander, Commander, Ladies and Gentlemen:
We are gathered here today to do
honor and extend welcome to an or organization
ganization organization that is dear to the hearts
t 1 nf en manv nf lmilHol :w if ic nn
Friendship, that stands forth pre preeminently
eminently preeminently the grandest and most
noble portrayal of Christian charac character
ter character that history has recorded since
the days of Jonathan and David, or
that of thje Immaculate Son for his
Do we, as, men, today enrolled in
this great band of fraternal brother brotherhood,
hood, brotherhood, appreciate the cardinal vir virtues
tues virtues and truths that F. C. B. repre represents?
sents? represents? Have we stood at the altar
and in the eyes of God and man tak taken
en taken home these truths? Are they so
indelibly stamped on the pages of
memory, engraved on the tablets of
our hearts that we too should under
go and re-enact that beautiful le legend
gend legend of Damon and Pythias.
I fear that in the mad rush for
position, honors and wealth, we too
often forget our brothers, to reach
down the hand that would uplift, to
put our influence, time an! money
behind a weak brother, cautiously
admonish, comfort and cheer along
this tempestuous voyage of life, thus
exemplifying friendship in its truest
sense. Well has it boen sail "A
frieni in nee.i. is a r'rierid indeed."
1 feel it a special honor to repre-
j sent oar organization, the Marion
j County P.oar.l 0:' Trade, and to l e
j delegated the s weet prh ilege cn it?
behalf to welcome this organization
I l- our city, ho::: and v. Hav Hav-!
! Hav-! ins vears ago assumed th obliga obliga-i
i obliga-i tion of knighthood. I ca n !..-r ter a p p-j
j p-j preciate your cour.ua: ?o aether in
! your con-clave with our Q-:-aiu l.-roth-
ers. You hate wisely and well
j chosen your meeting place. Xo more
hospitable people rver trod God's
I iouMUUi uiiia 1 nil i u. mm .-vim
as you mingle a mo:; a us. may you
be an inspiration : may w.- gather
thru this association newt-r. better
and more convincing ideals o: Pyth Pythian
ian Pythian friendship, linking us closer to together
gether together as an order, and by oar ex example
ample example encouraging others to come
with us, learn of what we do and
what Pythianism stands for.
Again and again. I bid ou wel wel-coan?.
coan?. wel-coan?. yes. thrice welcome: band of
God's noble men and women. May
the bow of promise never fade while
Vast Chancellor K. of P., W'lvt Wel Welcomed
comed Welcomed tlie Yisitors on Rehalf of
tlie Marion County Board
best in its history, guided by and
thru the same sentiment that filled
the hearts of Damon and Pythias.
Mr. Gober then on behalf of
the Ocala lodge, welcomed the
Knights and sisters to Ocala's castle.
He spoke of the many gaol things
that come to the true knight, and
said that Ocala lodge was justly
proud of the record she had made
during the year just passed, having
made the most rapid strides of any
lodge in the state in point of in increased
creased increased membership. Ho said all
that was ne'e'ed to make our local
lodge all that it might be in the do doing
ing doing of the good work laid out. for
the order was the establishment of a
Pythian Sister Auxiliary, and he
hoped that before the adjournment
of the present session such a move movement
ment movement would be started. In closing
his address Mr. Gober said to the
visitors: "If you don't see what you
want, ask for it; if you see it, just
take it and welcome."
A most delightful vocal number
was then rendered by Miss Porter,
accompanied by Miss Mary Connor
cn the violin and Miss Peyser at the
piano. The enthusiastic encore at-
14 acres on Silver Springs road, good
dwelling and good well
52 acres on Lemon Avenue, cleared and fenced.
Business site on Exposition Street
Two Lots in Second Ward, near Camp Heights.
Merchant's Block Ocala, Florida
test ed the appreciation of
Mr. W. J. Sears, grand chancellor
of the state organization, responded
to the address of welcome on ibehalf
of the Grand Ledge. lie spoke of
the great and good work done all j
over the country by the Knights of i
Pythias and their sister order the j
Pythian Sister. He put special stress
upon the mistaken idea that some-J
times prevails among those who do
not know, that organizations of this j
nature are harmful to the church
and its work; he cited that their'
work is always for the moral uplift
of the members and human race gen generally;
erally; generally; the good Knight of Pythias
is a better man, a tetter husband, a
better father and a better citizen by j
the inculcation of its teachers into
his life. Mr. Sears spoke of the work j
of the order during its fifty years of 1
existence, showing that from a mem- j
bership of thirteen in ISC 4 it had,j
now grown to nearly eight hundred,
thousand. He complimented Ocala
Lodge Xo.x 19 upon the splendid
showing of the past year. He assur assured
ed assured those present and the entire cit citizen
izen citizen ry of Ocala that their warm wel welcome
come welcome was appreciated by the body
of whicli he had the honor to repre represent.
sent. represent. Mr. Sears called the attention
of the visiting knights to the fact
that Judge dober was a lawyer and
that in his invitation to "just take
it" he had not made any overtures
toward defending them if they got
into court, so
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS
FOR TALKING MACHINES
AS GLAD EASTER DRAWS NIGH THINK OF THE DE DELIGHT
LIGHT DELIGHT MUSIC WILL BRING INTO YOUR HO MIL AND TO
YOURSELF AND COME IN AND GET A NEW MUSICAL IN INSTRUMENT.
STRUMENT. INSTRUMENT. WE HAVE ALL KINDS OF INSTRUMENTS. THE MAK MAKERS
ERS MAKERS OF OUR INRTRUMENTS ARE NOTED FOR NOT ONLY
MAKING BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS, BUT ALSO THOSE WHICH
POSSESS PURITY AND RESONANCE OF TONE.
WE HAVE INSTRUMENTS MODERATE IN PRICE.
A. E. BURNETT
COOL SPELL SUGGESTIONS.
Come wind, come snow, let Boreas blow, with robes lite these
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 brougnt to this part of Florida. We have overstocked
our store in them, and our greed in buying will be your gain ftr
coin, as we are going to sell them out at ridiculously low prices.
We also have a complete line of rain goods for your bodilr pro protection
tection protection better than insurance and doctors.
KnigM &. Lang
he advised not too
liactr q ntirn in tha matter rf inot f
taking it. Mr. Sears' address was j mf
n on nrt ,lirl o n rl rr-1 ? O T T TY"i urn ."i
over-arching your lives, individually
and collectively, and may the delib deliberations
erations deliberations of this grind lodge be the
appreciated by all who heard it. I
Mrs. Jennie R. Brown, supreme
representative of the Florida Pyth Pythian
ian Pythian Sisters to the Grand Temple, re responded
sponded responded to the address of welcome
on behilf of the ladies' auxiliary.
Mrs. Brown, after in a most pleasant
manner thank'ng the people of
Of-ala for their hisidtality extended
the -Sisters, presented some most in-?ere:-;ing
hi-tory of th:j or ier. The
Sisters are slightly over twenty-five
' ears o! I and now have over two
thousan 1 temple scattered in forty-
two states of the Union. Mrs. Brown
paid our city several pretty compli compliments,
ments, compliments, and said the most apparent
negle-t she discoverel in our on onward
ward onward march was the absence of a
Pythian Sister lodge, which she pro proposed
posed proposed to assist us in overcoming dur during
ing during their stay in the city.
Another beautiful musical numrer
was then' rendered by Misses Connor
Announcement was then made
that the delegates should rep?ir to
the lodge room, where preliminary
arangements would be made for the
organization which took place at
We regret very much that we are
i have on hand at all times
ct the barns and lot on West
Exposition St.. (Broadway) a
big drove of first class horses
and mules for you to make
your selections from. Every
head of this stock has been
selected by me personally in
the markets. I will guarantee
to give you as good stock at
as low price 33 can be had in
the state. Every animal Is
warranted to be as repre represented.
these columns, as they were all real j,i;ed with this rule. The driver must
interesting, witty and instruct! spmnnt fnr on hhV?
NOTICE TO IUTISOXS OF
THE, OCALA HEIGHTS DAIHY
account for all milk delivered
the tickets are his only record.
OCALA HEIGHTS DAIRY.
C-D-Ct A; M. Flannery, Mgr.
Our drivers have instructions 'to
leave no milk unless bottles and
not in position to secure the speeches tickets are put out where they can
delivered in full for reproduction in get them, so be sure you have com-
SUGAlt HAMMOCK IXfS
Part ridge-Woodrow Company Company-Selling
Selling Company-Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala
THE OCA LA EVEMaG STAR, WEDNESDAY, MARCH II, 1914
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
He realizes th;
; dangerous to children, but does not
seem to realize how dangerous child-
! ren can be made to automobiles, and
how desirable to make them so.
I3ITTINGEK & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
it. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood. Business Manager
J. If. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
PROMISE AX1) PERFORMANCE
One year, in advance $5.00
.tlx months, in ad.ance.... 2.5
Tnree months, in advance. 1.25
One month, n advance.... .50
One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance. . 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance 80
Some towns need a
The gentleman who sent us notes
from Oakvale the other day can pos possibly
sibly possibly obtain a position as a corres corres-jondent
jondent corres-jondent for the Bingville Bug.
Orlando is only 90 miles from
Ocala, but it takes the Orlando Sen Sentinel
tinel Sentinel 24 hours to make the trip. We
have known not a few typographical
tourists who could cover the dis distance
tance distance in the same time on foot, f
The general manager, business
manager, editor and one of the lino lino-typers
typers lino-typers of the Star are members of
the K. of P., and all visiting news newspaper
paper newspaper men who belong to the order
a,re specially welcome in the Star of office.
fice. office. We warn them, however, that
we are likely to put them to work.
The distinguished scientist who
wants the people to reduce the cost
of living by eating salmon instead of
steak, probably never tried to fjjfed
his face on the fish seven days in the
week. Salmon-is nice once in a
while, but as a steady diet it would
be like thirty quail in thirty days.
While New York is buried under
snow Florida is shipping to it the
first crop of strawberries. Xo mat matter.
ter. matter. Later on New York will send
Florida some ice and even up the ac account.
count. account. New York World.
Will the usually accurate World
kindly tell us why New York should
setid ice to Florida? A Florida man
invented the ice machine, and there
is an ice factory in almost every
fices are besought in behalf of these
Indians whose affairs are not in a
good case nor their future at all se secure.
cure. secure. They are peaceable people,
asking nothing and harming no one.
We understand there is a seventy-year-old
treaty with the federal gov government
ernment government that recognizes them and
gives them rights to live and hunt in
the Everglades. E. S. M. in Life.
Life is an excellent publication,
but it and its contributors seem to
know precious little of national af affairs
fairs affairs south of the Potomac and west
of the Ohio. The Seminoles of Flor Florida
ida Florida have no treaty with the govern government.
ment. government. The treaty is with that part
of the tribe which removed to the
Indian Territory seventy years ago.
The Florida Indians have no more
standing in law than so many
vagrants but its their own fault. They
could acquire homesteads and qual qualify
ify qualify as citizens if they would do so.
CLARK IN BAD COMPANY
j The Scar presents on its first page
today the features of one of the dis- j
tinguishei gentlemen who represent
(the state in the upper house of Con-'
gress Senator Duncan U. Fletcher.
In the five years since he took his J
seat, he has well serve! the interest j
jand upheld the honor of Florida. i
I And in this regard, the following
from the Times-Union, written on
general principles, applies particu particularly
larly particularly to Senator Fletcher:
"The people of Florida employed
a number of public servants two
years ago. If their service has been
satisfactory they should be retained, j
'Let well enough alone' is a good
maxim but be sure it is well enough.
But if there are any public servants
employed two years ago who have
not rendered satisfactory service,
they should not be re-employed. An
unfaithful employee should not be
re-employed nor should an incapable
one. It would be a great mistake
to put an untried man in a place
that is desired by one who has given
good service, but it would be a mis mistake
take mistake equally as great to retain in
position a failure when a man might
be employed who would do the work
well. In short, the presumption is
as strong in favor of the unknown
man as compared with one who has
been tried and found wanting as it
is against him as compared with one
who has been tried and found en entirely
tirely entirely satisfactory. Beware of hum humbugs.
bugs. humbugs. Humbugs are not honest. If
a man makes impossible claims of
what he will accomplished If em employed,
ployed, employed, he is trying to deceive the
people, and when an applicant for
position tries to deceive the people
it is for his own good not for
theirs. The gold brick artist should
not be trusted. He is probably not
capable except in his own interests.
He is certainly not faithful except to
his own interest. If any of the men
employed two years ago told of the
wonderful things ho would do if
A bank must be liberal to be of worth to a community, it
must be conservative to hold the confidence of the people.
This bank succeeded from the beginning, its founders are
still its active officers. It has grown from an humble be beginning
ginning beginning to the largest bank in Marion County. Its name
has become a synonym of liberal conservatism.
We invite new business.
W M INCORPORATED
"THE BEST IN BANKING."
The Star has received a copy of
the Washington Evening Post, in
which is a marked editorial on canal
tolls exemption. Said editorial con contains
tains contains the following paragraph:
"Yet the line of -divergence is
clearly and distinctly defined when
able democrats like Hon. William
Randolph Hearst, Senators O'Gor-
man, Ransdell and Thomas, Repre- employed, see if he has done them.
Won't you get busy and give all
your time from your school duties
you can spare in aiding and co cooperating
operating cooperating with the good women of
the civic committee of the Woman's
Club during this week, which is
clean-up week. Rally now, and do
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.
Bunyan Stephens, Scout Com..
WISE AXI OTHERWISE
There is a ghastly roster of thirty thirty-two
two thirty-two dead, as a result of the Missouri
Athletic Club fire in St. Louis Mon Monday
day Monday morning. Several of the victims
jvere among the most prominent bus
iness men of the city and well known
all over the country. The St. Louis
fire chief had warned the owners of
the building that it was unsafe, and
sentatives Underwood, Kitchin, Clark
of Florida, and Doremus take their
stand squarely and firmly upon the
declaration of faith of the democrat democratic
ic democratic national convention and propose
to abide by that pledge to the jieo jieo-ple."
ple." jieo-ple." The Star doesn't like to see the
Florida congressman lined up with
Heanst, who published to the entire
country a malicious slander on this
state, and refused to correct it when
given absolute proof of its falsity.
Mr. Clark should know, as he de denounced
nounced denounced and confuted the slander on
If he laid out a remarkable pro
gram of usefulness and has lived up
to it. the people have got a jewel,
and should keep it. If his elaborate
program of usefulness is found lack lacking
ing lacking in the execution if he promised
much and did nothing, the people
bought a gold brick very thinly plat plated
ed plated two years ago, and should not
buy it again. The truth is, there
are not very many men in Florida
who unaided can turn tho world
over or set" the Atlantic ocean on
fire, and it is safe 'to look with
suspicion on any applicant who
promises to do either of these
We notice that at the meeting of
the floor of the House of Represen Representatives.
tatives. Representatives. The democratic party is not bound
it is to be hoped that they will be j by the little bunch of copperheads
prosecuted. The avarice that ex- who put the canal tolls joker in the j the democratic county executive
poses and so often costs human lire platform, but the democratic party j committee of Duval county in Jack Jack-is
is Jack-is very little better than cold-blooded an(j the entire nation is bound bv I sonville last Saturday, Pleasa-nt A.
the treatv Holt, a member of the committee,
A dispute is on between the eru
dite Tampa Times and one of its cor-j
respondents. A dispatch in the Times
said 80 per cent of the population of
Brazil is negro. The correspondent
disputed the statement, but the
Times backs it up with editorial au authority.
thority. authority. The Star thinks 80 per
cent is too large a proportion to al allege
lege allege for the negroes of Brazil, con-
sidering the fact that the greater
part of that immense country, which
is over three million square miles in
extent, is yet tenanted by unmixed
and mostly untamed Indian tribes.
The Star is also acquainted with a
number of people of long residence
in Brazil, who say that part of the
country they are familiar with
"Rio nd the territory in three or
four hundred miles of it has no
larger a proportion of negroes than
South Carolina or Louisiana. But
there is no doubt that a good-sized
The people of the United States
had to pay the expense of digging
the canal. They must stand for the
expense of keeping it in operation.
Exemption from canal tolls will not
save the people a cent. It will sim simply
ply simply put money in the pockets of the
steamship trust and smirch the na nation's
tion's nation's honor.
Mr. Clark's constituents here hereabouts
abouts hereabouts do not approve of hi3 posi position
tion position on this question.
MAKE THE CHILDREN
DANGEROUS TO MOTORISTS
Life gives some good
The automobiles are running, down
too many people, and especially too
It is seldom a good defense for a
chauffeur that a child ran in his
way. If he could not see the child
before hand, he is excusable. If the
majority of the people are either ne-.-child was in sight, it was his look
introduced a resolution urging upon
the state committee that it pass a
resolution providing that only white
democrats will be allowed to vote in
the democratic primary. Didn't we
see something recently in a Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville paper called Dixie to the effect
that this Mr. Holt was trying to se secure
cure secure the registration of Jacksonville
negroes to vote in the democratic
primary. How does the undoubted
fact" that Mr. Holt introduced the
above resolution consist with the
story in Dixie? Lakeland Tele Telegram.
gram. Telegram. Dixie allowed its personal ill will
for Holt to over-ride its spirit of
(Clipped Without, Credit)
Luck is too uncertain to sit around
and wait for.
The older a man gets the better he
can remember things that never hap happened.
pened. happened. Never judge a woman's mind by
the time it takes her to make it up.
Did yon ever hear of an actress
-who wanted a divorce without publicity?
A technicality is something that
helps the wrong to defeat the right.
A bachelor's idea of real misery is
being left alone with a noisy baby.
Many a .girl imagines that her
heart is broken when her liver is out
A 'woman dislikes a serial story
because she can't tell how it is go-!
ing to end until it is finished.
The chap who boasts of his abil abil-it
it abil-it to accomplish more in one day
than his neighbor can in a week is
content to let it go at that.
We pity the poor bachelor who
makes a bad break at the dinner
table, because he has no wife to
kick him on the shins.
When a married man keeps a lot
of ready-made excuses on tap his
marriage is something of a failure.
A red nose may be no conclusive
evidence of inebriety, but it carries
much of the burden of proof.
m m m
A, girl who has been engaged a
half dozen times looks as careworn
as a married woman.
The Boudoir Iron
Our Utility Iron is just the thing for the dainty pressing which the
bachelor girl, the student, the traveler or the "roomer" likes to do her herself.
self. herself. Invert it on the little gun-metal stand and it is a very efficient
.stove. The dish holds three cups of waer, which can be brought to a
boil in about ten minutes. The curling tong heater is of course entire entirely
ly entirely free from soot, etc.
These irons are constructed on the same "quality" plan as the larg larger
er larger HOTPOIXT IROXS, and of course are backed by the same 18-year
guarantee. The dish with cover is of copper, heavily nickeled and high highly
ly highly polished, and is furnished with ?, detachable ebonite handle. The
stand for holding the inverted iron is of pressed steel with gun metal
finish. All of these complete with eight feet of flexible cord and at attachment
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OLD TOWN IS IMPROVING
AVork was started this morning by
Capt. Lucas on a 40x60 concrete
swimming pool on River street.
Palatka Item. v
Ocala does need one so badly, and
another summer almost at hand.
groes or of mixed blood. The rea reason
son reason that the Star refers to this is that
the All-wise Times-Union was, a few
weeks ago, holding ud Brazil as an
example of steady Latin-American
government and insisting that Pres President
ident President Wilson ask its aid, with that
of Chile and Argentine, in pacifying
Mexico. Judging from the dis dispatches
patches dispatches of the last few, days, which
.report a good-sized revolution in one
df the Brazilian states, the big
southern country may soon need
pacifying itself. The Star must say
that It lias always had more respect
for Great Britain, France or Ger Germany
many Germany than for any mongrel nation,
American, European or Asiatic, and
arhenever the United States needs
advice or assistance, it had better
tnrn to those who have weight in
the councils of the world.
In the Everglades of Florida live
about five hundred Seminole Indians,
descendants of those who were left
la "Florida after the days of Osceola,
-when their -brethren were moved to
the Indian Territory.. Our good of-
out to get past it safely.
A young child is not responsible.
If it is loose in the street nobody
can tell which way it will run. The
rule for chauffeurs must be to look
sharp, slow up, and have their ma
chines under perfect control when
The chauffeur is responsible. Hold
him to his responsibility.
The automobiles are dangerous to
children; that is obvious. Make it
at least equally obvious that child children
ren children are dangerous to automobiles.
That can be done by such an atti attitude
tude attitude of the courts as will make the
whole order of chauffeurs see a red
flag on every child.
The great thing to accomplish is
to impress deeply on the minds of
chauffeurs that children are danger dangerous
ous dangerous and that it does not pay to take
chances with them at all.
Perhaps Mr. Secretary of New
York State May, who recently dis discussed
cussed discussed this matter at the meeting of
the Woman's Political Study Club
in New York, needs to have this
truth impressed upon his mind also.
J. E. CHACE
Dental Surge en
Rooms 9, 1, 11, Holder Block
L- F. BIiATX)CK
Office Over Commercial Bank
Savannah News: Even in Jeru Jerusalem
salem Jerusalem the feeling of respect for what
is old is giving way before the. de desire
sire desire for modern conveniences. The
Holy City is to be lighted by elec electricity
tricity electricity and street cars are to circle
about, starting from the Jaffa gate
and running to Bethlehem, to the
Mount of Olives, to Cavalry." The
great wall is to be torn away, ex except
cept except probably a few towers. Those
who live thousands of miles away,
from Palestine are wont to think of
of it as it was 1,900 years ago and
to depreciate any effort to change It
even to having a plentiful supply of
water, but those who live there
cannot be expected to go without
modern lighting and transportation
systems on that account. It will not
be desecration to build a street car
line so that tourists can "see Jerusa Jerusalem"
lem" Jerusalem" for the Turkish equivalent of a
nickle. To the reverent the Garden
of Gethsemane and the rugged brow
of Cavalry will continue to be as
holy ground as they ever "were.
$ is a necessity. To supply that ne-
cessity is Our Business.
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PING SHIPPING OF FURNITURE
PIANOS AND SAFES.
I1AGGAGE SERVICE THE
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AUTO FOR SALE
Maxwell runabout; 14-hp., in good
condition; windshield, top, Prest-o-lite
and new tires. This car is well
worth $350. Will sacrifice same for
quick sale at the bargain price of
If interested address, "Bar "Bar-care
care "Bar-care of Ocala Star. 3-9-tf dw
J E FRAMPTON
formerly of Lamar, Mo., is
now located in Ocala. Expert
work guaranteed. References
given. Call or address, 229
Danffherty St.. Ocala Fla.
WORLD ALMANACS FOR 1914
World Almanacs at Ballard's, 35
cents each. 1-29-tf
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Part ridge-Wood row Company
Merchant's Block, Ocala
A CRITICAL EXAMINATION
of any garment that we have dyed
will show that the work has been,
carefully and thoroughly done. The
garment will look altogether new,
and. you will find it given a new
lease of life and usefulness. In our
methods of Cleaning and Dyeing we
"crr mj ui x in must i rail iaoncu
but always send back your order
vastly improved in appearance.
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Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel i
TITE OCAIiA EVENING STAR, WKDXESDAY, MARCH 11. 1914
OCA LA CHURCH DIRECTORY
PRESBYTERIAN Corner of
King avenue and Watula street; pas pastor
tor pastor W. H. Dodge; residence 303 Ft.
King avenue; phone 233. Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a.m.;
superintendent W. H. Dodge; morn
ing eermon 11 o'clock; Junior Mis
sion bociety 3 p. m.; evening sermon
7:1? O P 1 0 P lr T 5 f oroolr rkot-oT mafit- :
Ing Wednesday evening, 7:30. (
CATHOLIC North Magnolia St.; j
priest. D. Bottolacio; residence 327
North Orange street; Sunday ser services:
vices: services: High mass 10 a. m.; vespers
5 p. m.; Sunday school 3 to 5 p. m.;
communion services second Sundays
6:30 a. m.; also regular service.
EPISCOPAL Corner S. Broadway
and Watula streets; rector, Rev. Jas.
G. Glass; residence 311 S. Broadway;
phone 415. Sunday services: Holy
communion 7:30 a. m.; Sunday
school, 9:4 5 a. .m.; morning prayer,
litany and sermon il a. m.; evening
prayer 7:30 p. m.; choir practice
7:30 p. m. Friday; meetings of ves vestry
try vestry and societies at hours appointed.
METHODIST Corner Fort King
avenue and South Main street; pas-
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that's why your "buy word" should j
Because they are always good, are
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offer you the finest
Sweets prepared by the
T. -W. TROXLER
The Home of Hurler's.
The Best Policy in Case
of .Fire is a
Eire Insurance Policy!
Not a Blank One,
Not an Intended One.
BUT A POLICY
BEFORE THE FIRE
It's the Only Kind
E. M. OSBORN,
HOLDER BLOCK OCALA FLA.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The undersignea naving been duly
appointed and having qualified as
administrator of the estate of Carlos
L. Sistrunk deceased, now calls upon
all cneditorsj legatees, distributees
and all persons having claims or de demands
mands demands against the said estate to pre present
sent present them within the time prescribed
This February 4th, 1914.
S. T. Sisrrunk,
As Administrator of the Estate of
Carlos L? Sistrunk, Deceased.
OCALA NOTHERX SCHEDULE
No. 72 Leave Ocala daily 1:15
p. m. Arrive Palatka daily except
Sunday, 4:45 p. m. Arrive Palatka
Sunday, 4:15 p. m.
No. 71 Leave Palatka daily ex except
cept except Sunday, 7:40 a. m. Arrive
Ocala 11 a. m. i
No. 73 Leave Palatka Sunday, S
a. m. Arrive Ocala, 11 a. m.
OCALA LODGE NO. 280. is. P. O. E E-Ocala
Ocala E-Ocala Lodge, No. 2S6. Benovelent
and Protective Order of Elks, mests
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren a' ways welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
Gross; residence 99 Fort
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m..
superintendent L. X. Green; morn-i
ing sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League 4 p. m.; Senior Ep-i
worth League 6:30 p. m.; evening
sermon 7 o'clock. Midweek prayer ;
Choir practice Friday evening at the
BAPTIST Corner North Magno-
Ila and North Second streets; pastor
Bunyan Stephens; residence 520 Ok-
lawaha avenue; phone 314; Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
superintendent W. T. Gary; morning
sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Baptist
Young People's Union 4 p. m.; Sen Senior
ior Senior Baptist Young People's Union
6:45 p. m.; evening sermon 7:30 p.
m. Midweek prayer meeting Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening 7:30 o'clock.
COAST LINE'S TIME CARD
The winter schedu'e of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line is now 4n effect. It
is as follows:
No. 39 leaves Jacksonville at 9
a. m., arrives Gainesville at 12
a. m., arrives Ocala at 2:40, arrives
St. Petersburg at 9:10 p. m.
No. 9 leaves Jacksonville at 3:40
d. m., arrives Gainesville at 6:53 p
m., arrives Ocala at 8:45 p. m., ar arrives
rives arrives at Leesburg at 10 p. m.
No. 37 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
V m., arrives Gainesville 12:37 a.
m.. arrives Ocala 2:18 a. m., arrives
St. Petersburg 8 a. m.-
Xo 3g eaves gt Petersburg 8:30
p. m arrives Ocala at 2:20 a. m.,
arrives Gainesville 3:58 a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville 7 a. m.
.o. 10 leaves L.eesburg at 4:4o a.
I m., arrives Ocala at 6:05 a. m., ai-
rives Gainesville at 7:55 a. m. and
I arrives Jacksonville at 10:55 a. m.
No. 40 leaves St. Petersburg at
6:30 a. m., arrives Ocala 12:54 p.
m., leaves Ocala 1:14 p. m., arrives
Gainesville at 3:30 p. m.t arrives
Jacksonville at 6:30 p. m.
seaisoai:i AIU 1,1X1: SCHEDULE
local leaves Jacksonville j
1 9:30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
jm.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
rCO a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 0 limited leaves Jacksonville
ll:,0 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p.
m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 local leaves Tampa" 8 a. m. ;
arrives Ocala, 12:01 a. m.; leaves
Ocala 12:16 p. m.; arrives Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 4:20 p. m.
No. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p.
in.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Loage No. 19. Conventions
tield every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
'astle Hall, over the Janvs Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. M. Gober, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F.
A. M. meets on the firsthand third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Carn, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
Woodmen meet Friday evenini
OF THE NATIONAL LEAGUE
a Scries 'of Tlaree Games Marclt 12-13-14
These are positively the only games in which the first teams of the Athletics and the Cubs
will participate in South Florida. This is your opportunity to seethe famous infield of the
Athletics COLTERS, BARRY, BAKER, McTNNIS, conceded to be the greatest the world has
nw .,.,nrnrtT. -Pv un your own snowing, wnen a. man is
hAO U o JhHo I AND accidentally trapped In a hall where a
! beauty congress or a dressmakers con con-j
j con-j vention is in progress, he is so miser-
WOMAN SOLVES PUZZLE THAT
HAD CAUSED ARGUMENT.
Not Need to
Was That Men Did
Meetings, Since Wives Would
Tell Them All About It.
It was 11:45 p. m. The man and his
wife had just come home. They did
not pomp homp tneether Thpv had!
not been to the same place. She had j
DPPn in a rriPPTin? ror -u nmpn nn v. np
to one for men.
Said the woman: "There was a man
at our meeting tonight."
Said the man: "There were about a
hundred women tried to push their
way into ours."
"That one man," said she, "looked
"Those hundred women." said he,
"didn't look a bit scared."
"I think." said she. "the man got
into our hall by mistake. Anyhow, he
got away as soon as he could."
"There was no mistake about those
women being there," said the man,
"and they didn't leave until they were
There was a short silence. Said the
"It is this difference in the attitude
oj. me sexes iuwa.ru mo meeuuga lur
women only and for men only that
makes me feel morally superior. It
makes me proud of my sex. I haven't
the slightest desire no man has the
slightest desire to butt into a femi feminine
nine feminine confiab, but the woman never
breathed who wasn't on edge with
curiosity in regard to what takessj
place wnen a Duncn or men nom a se-
cret conference. I have known worn-j
en who admitted that they would will-i,a
ingly sacrifice a year's normal pleas'
ures for the privilege of being smug-
gled into a Mascnic initiation or some
other masculine rite. Contrast that ; whictl had been laid 30 years previ previ-prving
prving previ-prving spirit with the modesty of men, j ousiyf the existing plans of which were
! most inaccurate. I had been under
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.
George W. Schofield.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
To the Democratic Voters of Mar--
ion County: I an 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.
Citra, Fla. W. J. Crosby.
Tine PMaMpMai AMettiies
OF THE AMERICAN LEAGUE
! able that the fly in the spider's web
1 had a picnic compared with his mar-
tyrdom. That, to my mind, is a pun pun-i
i pun-i gent commentary on the disposition of
mm and woman. Can you explain It?
Tbe woman admitted that she could
not explain it furthermore that she
did not intend to try.
There was another silence. Said the
woman after a little: "What happened
at your meeting tonight?
"Oh, nothing much, said the man.
" nairnappenea at yours i
J X Jttf
"Everything," said ihe woman. Then j
thing' comprised. It took more than
half an hour to tell it. Every now and
then the man, for consistency's sake.
tried to look bored, but the air of in
difference was ill assumed. Tne nar-;
rative really interested him, and he :
was sorry when it was finished. The
story being ended, there was another?
silence. Suddenly the -woman said:
"I can answer your question now.
"WThat question?" j
"Why women are crazy to go to
men's meetings, while men wouldn't
give a fig to go to women's meetings.
It is because the women come home
and tell the men everything that hap-!
pened, so they don't need to go,
whereas the men never tell the women
said the man, "I don't
knQW but you right
Near Death in Sewer. j
Dr. G. Cooke Adams, who has been
a civil engineer, surgeon, naval offi officer
cer officer and research worker in Australia,
was telling some of his blood-curdling
experiences the other day.
"Mv narrowest escaDe from death."
, b w was not at the hands of abo-
rigines or hushmen. I was engaged
ameneineer in nrenaring plans for
npw svstpm of sewers for the city
of Sydney, Australia, In connection
with this work it was necessary to re-
i survey the old unventilated system
ground several hours, and the men in
charge of the manholes had mistaken
the signals and closed the manholes,
thinking I had come to the surface.
The gate valves were opened and the
sewage started on its way before the
mistake was discovered and I was res-
of us uAconscious from sewer poison-
Beginnings in Authorship.
The first appearance in print of that
successful author, Mr. Arthur Penden-
j nis, was a poem written to matcn an
engraving v.iiicn tne proprietor or a
magazine found unexpectedly thrown
on his hands. M. Jules Claretie's first
1 rovel was composed under somewhat
j similar circumstances. Edmond Dentu,
j a prominent publisher under the sec sec-i
i sec-i ond empire, had widely advertised a
j novel entitled "Une Drolesse," by a
I writer who signed herself Countess
J Dash. On the eve of publication the
i Ia,dy wanted the title altered. The
! publisher refused to make any
' change, and in order not to waste
1 money, hunted around for an author
i capable of "furnishing within four
weeks a novel which the title would
fit. M. Claretie undertook the task,
and finished it well within the stipu stipulated
lated stipulated time.
Not Like the Label.
"What is to be will be," remarked
"Well, I don't know about that," re replied
plied replied his pessimistic neighbor. "You
just ought to see how those govern government
ment government vegetable seeds I planted panned
Fresh buttermilk daily at Gerig's
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Druggists refund laoay if it fails to cure.
E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 25
Sale continues throughout this
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THE OCAL i:Klfl STAR. WEDNESDAY, LHCH 11. 1914
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS f
(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)
The King's Daughters will meet and Mrs. John Atherton of Louis-
tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock at
the home of Mrs. C. L. Bittinger.
The Woman's Library Association
will hold its" regular monthly meet meeting
ing meeting tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock
i in the library room.
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Hollinrake are
visitors to Palatka today.
Miss Annie Davis is the guest of
Dr. and Mrs. Horace Reeves at In Inverness,
verness, Inverness, having accompanied them
home today. Mrs. Frank Gibson of
ville, and during her trip she was
beautifully entertained. Accounts
of many of the social functions have
been reproduced in these columns
and they have been perused with in interest
terest interest by the legion, of friends of
Mrs. D. W. Davis to Lead the Chau Chautauqua
tauqua Chautauqua Course
Plans have been inaugurated for
the establishment of a permanent
Chautauqua class in Ocala and Miss
M. O. Hamilton, official representa
tive of the mother Chautauqua, has
Sparks, Ga., formerly Miss Willi y appointed Mrs, ,D w Davis
Martin, pieasanuy rememuereu nere
as the guest of Miss Davis, is also a
visitor to the iReeves home.
Mrs. M. H. Juhan of Crystal Riv River,
er, River, is the guest for a few days of
Mrs. Thomas Sexton.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Howard, Dr.
H. C. Howard, Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk
and LaGrange Sistrunk formed a
pleasant motoring party spending
today at Leesburg.
to lead the class. The Chautauqua
course is selected with the view of
developing the mind along all chan channels
nels channels of thought and includes the
country's best literature and the es establishment
tablishment establishment of such a course of
study in the city is a distinct credit
to the literary attainment of those
who will compose the class.
Miss Spearman Honored
Complimenting her lovely house
guest. Miss Eoline Spearman of
Sharon, Pa., Miss Janet Weathers en
tertained with delightful informality
this morning, her guests including
the special friends made by Miss
Spearman when visiting in this city
Dr. S. L. Beard of Shelbyville,
Ky will arrive next week and ac accompanied
companied accompanied by his wife and son who
are now guests of Mrs. Beard's SiS-
r ATrs Ttnnvan iKtenhens. will visit 1 .
' three winters ago.
points runner souin.
Among the tourists now in Ocala
are Mr. and Mrs. Brann and Mr.
Creel of Eurichsville, O. They are
friends of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Da Davis
vis Davis who spent some time with the
former's sisters, Mrs. C R. Tydings
and Miss Annie Davis two winters
Mrs. Frank Mathews, who has
ben visiting her parents in Fort
Pierce for several months', has join joined
ed joined her husband at Silver Springs.
Captain Mathews has the run from
Ocala's port to Palatka and on his
week end trips is accompanied by
Mrs. Mathews, for all Sundays are
spent in the Gem City.
Mrs. J. B. Borland, Misses Louise
and Ethel Borland and their house
guest, Mrs. S. S. Harris, were visit visitors
ors visitors from Citra yesterday afternoon.
After a brief visit with friends in
Sarasota, Miss Elizabeth' Adams of
Lynchburg, Va., has returned to
Ocala and is again the lovely guest WiIiamSj Doris Murry, Elizabeth
of Mrs. R. C. Camp. Kane, Minnie Stovall, Bessie Mac-
j Kay, Bettie Mclver, Mary Burford,
Mrs. Walter MacDowell, who is j Marie von Engelken Adele Bittin Bittin-the
the Bittin-the guest of her sister-in-law, Mrs. j gei Hope Rob5nsoni Mrs D. e. Mc-
W. M. JlCUOWeil, nas Deen joiueu uj Iver Mrs. F. M. Williams Mr Tnhn
her husband, who arrived today "from
their home in Roanoke, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Holmes and Mr.
William Dunworth are prominent
Miamians in Ocala, attending the an-
nual convention of the Knights of
Pythias and Pythian Sisters.
Mrs. William Hocker, president bf
the Florida Federation of Women's,!;
Clubs, returned yesterday after a
fortnight's j absence. She visited
Miami and Fort PierceJ In Miami
she was the guest" bf her cousins, Mr.
Splendid Display by Local Talent as
the Closing Event of the
The last event of the Chautauqua
this year will be the orchestra com com-ique
ique com-ique at the Temple this evening.
The Star hopes it will be entirely
well attended. It is a most bright
and interesting performance, and a
number of our smartest local musi
cians and Thespians will take part.
The Chautauqua has been all it
claimed to be in entertainment and
instruction. Not a single number
has been dull or shallow. But it faas
been slenderly attended, and finan
cially hasn't panned out well. The
management needs every dollar it
can raise to make both ends meet.
So all who attend tonight will show
public spirit as well as insure an
Following is the
1 Full orchestra. "Stars and
Stripes." Op. 10,000.
2. Solo for double bass, "Peg o'
My Heart" Miss Marguerite Porter.
3. Fuge arranged for orchestra,
"Three Blind Mice."
4. Solo, melancholique for trom
bone, "Rocked in the Cradle of the
Deep" Mr. Albert Gerig.
5. Duo for tuba and bassoon,
"Down by the Old Mill Stream"
Miss Cecile Downs and Mr. Clifford
6. Wood-wind choir. Messrs. A.
E. Gerig, J. J. Gerig, Clifford An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, Pat Anderson, Frark An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, Ted Drake, Usher Norwood.
Violin, "Minuett" (Beethoven);
"'Serenade" (Pierne) Miss Ran Randolph.
dolph. Randolph. Reading, "Higher Culture in Dix Dixie"
ie" Dixie" ODorothy Dix, Miss Mary Lee
Vocal, "Spring Song" (Frank
Hynes) Miss Cecile Downs. Violin
obligato, Miss Randolph.
Quartet Messrs. Frank Gates,
Harry Cole, Pat Anderson and Ted
7. Orchestra fantasy.
S. Ocala's A, B, C Book, read by
9. Caprice for saxophone.
10. Orchestra. "Songs You Ought
to Know" Mr. Usher Norwood.
11. Reverie appassionate for
harp, "Love Me and the World's
Mine" Miss Alice Bullock.
12. Hymn national, orchestra and
Violins Misses Musie Bullock,
Ellen Clarkson, Murry, Bessie Mac Mac-Kay,
Kay, Mac-Kay, Marie von Engelken, Stella
Double basses Miss Marguerite
Porter, Mr. Wilson.
Cellos Miss Nelson, Mr. Ted
Trombones Mr. Albert Gerig,
Mr. Pat Anderson, Miss Kane, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Galloway re-s Ri,!!nnneiMP r.nffnrr? AnrfArsnn
Mr. Collier, Miss Josephine Bullock,
Miss Mary Burford.
Cymbals Miss Rosebud Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, Miss Elizabeth Davis.
Tuba .Miss Cecile Downs.
It was with the greatest happiness
that the hostess' invitation was ac-
j cepted and the meeting of the guests
and honoree was a mutually antic
ipated pleasure shared this morning
by all of the guests. The hours were
whiled away embroidering and rem-
inescencing, the latter bring to mind
numbers of charming parties and
outings, for Miss Spearman with
Misses Ethel Carter of Connecticut,
and Miss Jennette Sadelier of New
York were a trio of lovely visitors
who were lavishly feted by the
friends of Miss Weathers. Further
pleasure was added to the morning
by Miss Kane and the hostess sweet
ly singing several solos.
tAt noon a delicious little lunch
was temptingly served, consisting of
sardine salad, creamed oysters in
ramekins, aspic jelly, pickles, hot
buttered Dixie biscuits and coffee.
In entertaining and serving Miss
Weathers was assisted by her moth mother
er mother and Miss Bettie Mclver.
Those enjoying the morning with
Miss Weathers and Miss Spearman,
were Misses Alice Bullock, Edith
JL1JLLO i-UO XUliUkJ'VlVLL ki' VVUQ j
I my Goods lepsirllmeifl 1
Taylor, Mrs. C. B. Ayer, Mrs. W. K.
Zewadski, Mrs. Richard McConathy
Mrs. J. E. Chace, Mrs. Harvey Clark
and Mrs. Ardis Waterman.
UAYUbtll KUUlt v
turned yesterday from a week's trip,
during which time.they visited points
on the East Coast, going as far as
Miami. At the latter place they
were guests at the Hotel Biscayne.
SVVUT AND PALAIUi
Mrs. Jennie R. Brown and charm charming
ing charming daughter, Miss Rena Brown, of
Palatka, are in the city in attend attendance
ance attendance upon the Grand Temple session,
Pythian -Sisters, representing the
Palatka lodge of that order. Mrs.
Brown is a very zealous worker in
the Pythian sisterhood. She has
occupied the chair as the supreme
chief and at present is the state or organizer
ganizer organizer and supreme representative.
viriiT f'iTV nr nnii"
mull vie x M CharlPS Cnddard has hPPn
Three round trips a week'Y
. i i. i : ei. t
FaiatKa over me umuuiui A rlhhnn hav hW mnrJh -xlmirnrl snrl
rouna inps busy making ribbon badges for the
Silver Springs and y K of p Thesepre!ty clusters of
tourist route, Silver Springs v
run and Oklawaha river. fanK
ed in song and story as the jt.
most wieraiy Deautiiiu water-
way in the world. Boat ails
from Silver Springs every
Tuesday. Thursday an.i odtur- v
dav morning at S o'clock. v
Sails from Palatka every .t,
Monday. Wednesday and Fri- v
fday at G:30 a. m. Trips made
entirely by daylight. ETcant 11
a la carte service on board. :
Everv accommodation, coi.-
and safety aupli-
a nee. t.
For furth r information, ap- Y
ply or write to
C. (Ed) Carinieliael,
X Ocala, Fla.
& Weller Csrmietiael,
Silver Springs Fla.
SILVER SPRINGS CO.
Ocala. Silver Springs .PaWka 5
Cornet llr. William Camp.
Bells Mr. Anthony.
Saxaphone Mr. Usher Norwood.
Flutes Mrs. A. L. Izlar, Mrs. Go Go-in
in Go-in and Miss Sue Moore.
Drums Mr. Condon.
Harp Miss Alice Bullock.
Librarian Mr. J. J. Gerig.
Accompanist Miss Gertie Peyser.
Note: This entertainment is copy copyrighted,
righted, copyrighted, and however modified, must
not be rendered without Miss Ran Randolph's
dolph's Randolph's permission.
An added attraction to the fine
Mrs. Goddard has.-not been able to I program to be rendered between the
make them fast enough to supply
first and second parts of the side sidesplitting
splitting sidesplitting orchestra comique at the
Temple theater this evening is a
solo bv Mrs. S. L. Beard of Louis-
. w La Gaumnllc 99
lace Front Corset.
Anything but a Front-lace Corset is
antiquated, and those who have used
the old style kind are subjecting them themselves
selves themselves to too much inconvenience, and
a lack of style.
Is the best, of this the greatest im improvement
provement improvement yet made in corsets.
We have a nice selection ranging in
FROM $2.50 TO $5
GL Masters Cn.
AN OCALA TEMPLE
OF PYTHIAN SISTKIVS
An effort will be made during the
conclave of the Pythian Sisters in
the city to organize a local temple,
and Mrs. Jennie R. Brown, grand
representative of Florida and state
organizer, invites the ladies and all
others interested in the movement,
to be present at the Odd Fellows
hall this evening at 7:30.
Nearly all the larger towns in
Florida in which the Knights of
Pythias are located, also have a lodge
of Sisters, and the Star trusts that a
large gathering may greet Mrs.
Brown this evening in an endeavor
to organize one in Ocala.
GREAT SALE AT THE GLOBE
The Globe has put on a good many
sales since it has been open in Ocala,
but the one that is now being con conducted
ducted conducted there is probably the most
successful of them all.
The sale opened Saturday morn morning
ing morning with plenty of -clerks to handle
the crowd and ever since the open opening
ing opening hour, a steady stream of shop shoppers
pers shoppers have been coming and going
from the store. With all of the
force of clerks, on Saturday and
Monday they were put to their wits
ends to handle the crowd.
Mr. Malever put on his big spring
sale at an opportune time, with a'
store filled with new goods and no
other sale on in the city. He has
things coming his way and wears a j
broad smile over the success of his ;
There is no getting around the
fact that he is giving big bargains
NOTE NEW LOCATION
MISS MARY AFFLECK
Thursday Evening, March 12th
Punch Served 8 to 10:30
At Helvenston's Store
Mrs. H. S7-ehambe"rs and her
mother, Mrs. Blocher left for tb?ir ville. Ky. Mrs. Beard has a con-1 an tne Tublic is appreciating the
suburban home at 're lake vester- i tralto voice of marvelous depth and I fpt ani buvins Mberallv. The pale
afternoon. i sweetness, wnicn na nau iae moai : will last ir days and during this
j perfect training. Her singing has ;
Miss Med.e O. Hamilton conclud- I
ed her engagement with the Ocala j
Chautauqua this morning and left on i
the noon train for Tallahassee, to j
give a series of lectures. Miss Ham Hamilton
ilton Hamilton has made a number of person personal
al personal friends in our city who sincerely
hope that she will return for a sim similar
ilar similar engagement next winter.
Under most favorable cic 'in 'instances
stances 'instances and with twenty-two
Miss Minnette du Puy of New York
opened her dancing class at the
Woman's Club last evening. She
teaches all of the new steps and al although
though although she is stopping in Eustis, she
will come to Ocala on Tuesdays and
Fridays for her evening class, and
charmed many Chautauqua audiences :
in her own state, ani the Star is;
delighte i to announce that she has
generously consented to lend her
beautiful voice to this evening's en entertainment.
tertainment. entertainment. She will be accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Ocala's accomplished
pianist. Miss Gertie Peyser.
week heavy trade will, come in from
He sure you get your share of the
big barrain values the Globe is offer-
ing at the --ale. Every thing in the
tig store is marked down ani has
sale price tags on it. :
! TIE WMA -H0US
Z "The Old House Under New Management.
MILIJXERV S.U.K STILL ON
- 1 j The siecial prices on spring mil-
Dickison Chapter U. D. C. will j ;nery at the Bostick Millinery Par-.;.
eet Friday afternoon, March 13, at J ors in the Ocala Ho:se black are'!?
10 o'clock at the home of Mrs. YV. j
W. Harriss. Mrs. J. C. Caldwell,
I,KAGUK SOCIAL POSTPONED
The Epworth League social, which
was to have been given Friday of
on those afternoons she has been this week, has been postponed until
engaged to give private lessons.
i Fridav of next week.
still on and will continue until Sat-'
urday evening, March 14th. This is j
an opportunity to get the very latest ; X
in spring millinery at very low prices.
3-9-6t Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick.
Thirty Bath Rooms.
Running Water in EVERY Room.
Rates: $1 and $1.50 Per Day.
You will like this house now, and you will
be treated right here.
$12,000 now being spent on improving the
Under same management as Keystone Hotel,
LOUIS N. LONG, Manager, &a
DR. AV. K. LANE Sp-cialist, Ey
Sr, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Jbrarv Building. Ocala Adr. j x..xXXX
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1914
What is it?
Watch this space for the
Best Investment in Ocala Realestate
Where is it?
SAYS HE'S FIIOM ABYSrXNIA
Rev. C. F. Checlzzli, a : full blood
ed African of huge frame, is in the
city for a few days, lecturing to the
colored people and churches.
from Abyssinia and has been inthlajhim at tn5s time and agreed to as-
country for several' years. His j certain if possible from other sourc sourc-theme
theme sourc-theme seems to be principally "Af-jes what thig amount of money would
rica for Africans," and he says that j cost and if necessary make adver adver-country
country adver-country will be taken over prao-t tjsement for selling warrants in sun sun-tically
tically sun-tically by men of his own race with- I dry amounts up to this amount to be
In 50 years. Rev. Checlzzli has lec-jnai(1 t tirnP5, to be determined unon
tured all over the world and before
some distinguished audiences. He
has a large portfolio filled with
newspaper reports of his work and
lectures and personal letters and en endorsements.
dorsements. endorsements. He lectured last night
to Fessenden Academy and will
speak tonight at Mt. Zion A. M. E.
church. He gives a cordial invitation
to the white people to attend his
lectures and judging from his news newspaper
paper newspaper reports, must be an able, and
interesting talker. ,; f
HOARD OF rtJHLIC INSTRUCTION
Ocala, Fla., March 3, 1914. j
The board of public instruction f or
.Marion county met in regularises-;
sion on the above date at the usual
place with all members present and
acting as follows: W. D. ,,Cu;u,
chairman, and U. R. Blitch and'XtjjS.
rantham, members, and J. H. Iff in in-son,
son, in-son, secretary.
The minutes of the last regular
meeting were read and approved1.
Mr. C. R. Curry, supervisor pi!, the
Central school and two other gentle gentlemen,
men, gentlemen, presented a protest against the
establishment of the Shiloh specia
tax district on the lines provided for
in their election, alleging that they
case too close to the Central school
and asking for the line to be set
back one mile. As the lines of the
district had been fixed by the elec election
tion election the board had no powder to
change, but they adopted the follow following
ing following resolution, viz: Upon motion of
Mr. Blitch, seconded by Mr. Grant Grantham
ham Grantham and duly adopted it was agreed
to recommend to the trustees and
tax payers of the Shiloh district that
they prepare and present to the
board a petition asking the board to
call an election to change the bound boundaries
aries boundaries of the district so as to set the
west boundary line one mile east of
the established boundary line.
Mr. C. R. Curry called and made
request that the board authorize him
to offer the present teacher a sub-
stantial increase in salary in order
to retain her for the next term. The
board instructed Mr. Curry to ask
the teacher to submit a proposition
for the next term.
A Mr. Price called and. .submitted
a statement in regard to the sale of
some maps, but no action was taken
in the matter. -r
Mr. G. W. Xevillej ones of the
trustees of the Dunnelion school dis-
cussed with the board the disposi-
tion of the present school building at
that place. 1
Minutes of the special meeting
held on February 17, 18 and 10 were
now read and approved.
Mr. Carruthers of the Ocala
Plumbing & Electric Company, pre-
sented a letter from Coons & Colder,
the contractors for the plumbing on
the Ocala school building, in which
they agreed to relinquish their con-
tract in favor of the Ocala company
If it were agreeable with the county
board. It was agreed to call in the
Ocala trustees and confer upon the
matter, Messrs. J .Camp, J. E. Chace
and W.; T. Gary, trustees of the
Ocala schools, called and discusse
with the board the proposition to re-
lieve tht contractors of the plumb-
Ing of the Ocala school building in O. S. Sanders, managers and J. W.
favor ofthe Ocala Plumbing & Elec- Coulter, clerk; Martel Xo. 18, Wal Wal-tric
tric Wal-tric Corqpany. It was decided to de- ter Ray, D. A. Walker and J. Seck Seck-cline
cline Seck-cline the proposition, but with the inger, managers and Archibald Cut Cut-understanding
understanding Cut-understanding that if the contrac- hill, clerk; Fort King Xo. 19, W. J.
tors wished to sub-let the work and Young, T. C. Clayton and Casper
still remain liable to the board, that Young, managers and E. Goolsby,
that could be entertained as a sepa- clerk; Capulet Xo. 20, J. F. Hamp Hamp-rate
rate Hamp-rate proposition. ton, W. J. Dinkins and W. D. Fort,
A number of matters with respect managers and C. E. Fogelstrom,
to the several buildings under con- clerk; Lindale Xo. 21, S. W. Haven,
templation and also the lines and C. A. McCraney, and M.. Rigdon,
levels of the new school site were managers and C. J. McCraney, clerk;
discussed. Cotton Plant Xo. 22, J. S. Weathers,
Mr. D. M. Farson, of Chicago, dis-
I cussed with the board the terms up-
1 on which he would buy county
j school warrants in the amount of
i25'000- He proposed to buy the
iwarrants in the amount mentioned,
I . AiA t foo1 OT,.
tering jnto a definite agreement with
by the board and the bidders with
, the rate of interest at 5 per cent, per
annum. The chairman and seeretary
were instructed to secure any infor information
mation information possible bearing on this to be
.submitted to the board at a future
The board adjourned for the day.
: The board met "with all present
t An opinion of the attorney for the
j board was presented in regard to thej
matter as to where the bonds voted
by the Qcala and Dunnelion districts
' should be ma le payable. His opinion j
was that' they should be made pay-i
able bv the COUntv treasurer..
r i i i p T i :
for plumbing of the Ocala building!
were formally executed.
The board having received infor
mation that the school house at Bur
bank was being used as a dance hall,!
the secretary was instructed to noti-i
fy the supervisor that the use of thei
building for this purpose must cease
A bill, for premiums for pupils in;verv recently held elections for the!
j one of the schools being presented to;
be paid from the district tunds, thei
board ordered that there be no bills!
of this kind made without the
vious permission of the board.
It being time for the regular bi-jpine Level Xo. 7,
ennial election in the special taxtnard Redding and
districts to be called, it was agreed
that elections in the districts be call called
ed called to be held Tuesday, April 14,
1914, for the purpose of electing
three trustees in each district to
serve two years, also to determine
the rate of millage to be assessed for
school purposes for the ensuing two
years. The following were appoint appointed
ed appointed managers and clerks of the elec election
tion election in the several districts: Ocala
Xo. 1, Isaac Stevens, E. W. Kraybill
and L. Dozier, managers and D.
Xeil Ferguson, clerk; Mcintosh Xo.
2, W. R. Brown, J. A. Flewellen, S.
H. Walkup, managers and L. T. Hick Hick-son,
son, Hick-son, clerk; Belleviewr Xo. 3, W. R.
Bryant, O. M. Gale and A. L. Xott,
managers and C. A. Tremere, clerk;
Fantville Xo. 4, J. Godwin, R. G.
Limbaugh and R. B. Fant. managers
and J. B. George, clerk; Dunnelion
Xo. 5, E. F. Smith, W. E. Edwards
and G. W. Xeville. clerk: May ville
Xo. 8, W. B. Coggins and others to
be sworn in for managers and clerk;
Weirsdale Xo. 9, W. C. Black, E. J.
Lytle and Rev. Albertson, managers
and H. H. Rast, clerk; Citra Xo. 10,
R. C. Douglas, G. W. Ellis and M. J.
Timmons, managers and Stewart
Ramey, clerk; Griner Farm Xo. 11,
F. P. Cahoon, H. L. Griggs and J. F.
Luff man managers and B. C. Murphy
clerk; Buck Pond Xo. 12, W. J.
Folks, T. F. Morgan and J. M. Xet-
ties, managers and J. D. Wiggins,
clerk; Sparr Xo. 13 Walter Luff man,
D. L. Grantham and J. E. Thomas,
managers and A. J. Stephens, clerk;
Candler Xo. 14, John Mathews, A.
McClain, and F. E. Dreiver, manag-
ers and J. X. Marshall, clerk; Fel-
lowship Xo. 15, R. W. Ferguson, A.
L. Prisoc, J. L. E. Hudgens, manag-
ers and S. J. McCully, clerk; Elec-
tra Xo. 16, J. C. Pillans. J. M. Mock
and D. F. Stebbleton, managers and
G. W. Brant, clerk; Blitchton Xo.
17, Jos. Aiken, Beverly Blitch and;
A. W. Woodward C. R. Veal, man-5
agers and D. M. Barco, clerk; Or Orange
ange Orange Lake Xo. 23, D. R. Burry, Dav David
id David Burry and C. E. Cork, managers
and C. C. Waits, clerk; Moss Bluff
Xo. 25, J. S. Martin, A. W. Fort and
S. A. McKinney, managers and W. E.
Martin, clerk; Fairfield Xo. 26, Dr.
H. Gatrell, W. A. Young and W. T.
Stokes, managers and J. W. Smoak,
clerk; Cottage Hill Xo. 27, L. D.
Beck, J. P. Taylor and A. S. Pickett,
managers and Mr. Shearer, clerk;
Charter Oak Xo. 2S, W. A. Redding,
C. E. Lucius and W. J. Wright, man managers
agers managers and W. J. Frink, clerk;. Pedro
Xo. 29, Walter Xichols, J. C; Perry
and Robert Shaw, managers and M.
M. Procter, clerk; Kendrick io. 30,
J. J. Guthery, J. E. Turnlpseed and
W. B. Livingston, managers and B.
C. Webb, clerk: Ocklawaha Xo. 31,
W. H. Henry, H. C. Morrison and
Robt. Martin, managers and W. E.
McGahagin, clerk; Heidtville Xo. 32,
S. W. Pet te way. W. T. Strickland
and W. L. Jordan, managers and u.j
J. Adams, clerk; Pleasant Hill Xo. j
33, J. II. Lanier. W. :.!. Mills and E.
i .urns, iiiuuugei ami r.. vv r ui ut-
clerk; Fort McCoy Xo. 3 4. Chas.
Bon, II. McQuaig an 1 W. Matchett.
I managers anil W. Priest, clerk;
1'iOSi, V.. j
llru .vn. man-
luvti. clerk: :?-.in
merfield Xo. ::;, J. W. Davi.. R. L
Plvlnirn nnrl V 1 J Mnfu'v m n n 'r&r I
and P. W. Collins, clerk ; Homeland I
Xo. 3 7, J. F
and H. It.
Parker, J. I). Williams
land Lerov wiliams, clerk; Oak Hill j
Xo. 2 4 and Shiloh
purpose mentioned no elections are
called for these districts.
Red lick Xo. 0.
.1 uevow, ii.
W. M. Shockley.j
D. Rou, clerk; j
T T T -v T T
V. Billingsley and
managers and E.
J. T. Ross, Leo-
managers and Geo. O. Turner, clerk.
The patrons of all schools not in j
special tax district territory,
white and colored, are
meet at the same time
suitable persons to recommend
the county board for appointment i
as supervisors for those schools for!
the ensuing term of four years. It
will also be an oimortune time for!!.
the people to take under considera-1 :
tion any and all matters for thejy
betterment of their several schools. j
The following bills were ordered Y
paid from county funds: E. E. Con
verse, for desks for Moore s Pondu.
school $21.75; Marion Hardware!:
Company, for account of Fessenden j
Academy on special account $100;
Mrs. E. II. Martin,' for office help!?
$.0.50; C. L. Moore, for building atj
Wacula school $4.50; J. M. Graham,!--
for treasurer's commission $65.15;
American Seating Co., for desks for
Ocala school $268; H. & W. B. Drewj-.
Co., desks for Citra school $19.10; j
H & W. B. Drew Co.', for blackboard j
$43.48; H. & W. B. Drew Co., for j
blackboard for Ocklawaha $10.15 1 2
and for Orange Springs $9.60; L. A.
Fort, for architect's services and ex-!!
penses on Dunnelion building $58.-i..
86; H. & W. B. Drew Co., for black-
board for Fellowship $22.75; The ,4
Construction Co., for part of con-;.,
tract price on Dunnelion building jX
$2010.21; Marion Hardware Co., for;V
pump material for Electra $19.S7;
Ocean Telegraph Co., for service
3.16; Commercial Bank for inter-
est on warrants paid $32.55; Martel
Lumber Co., for lumber for Wacula
school $137.40: Ocala Banner, for
minutes $2.50; C. J. Smith for put putting
ting putting down well at Electra $41.53;
Esther Williams, for traveling ex expenses
penses expenses as industrial teacher $8.70;
Ocala Star, for minutes $2.50; Mari Marion
on Marion Hardware Co., for pump material
for Montague school $9.96. The fol following
lowing following bills were ordered, on Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view $1, Citra $1, Griner Farm $1,
Sparr $1, Linadale $1, Oak Hill $1.
Homeland $1, Dunnelion $1, J. T.
Ross on Pine Level for repair of
pump and scrubbing school house
$7.60; A. J. Xystrom & Co., for pay-
ment on bill of apparatus on Sparr
$rs.60; Xewsom & Co., on Dunnel Dunnelion
ion Dunnelion for primary chart $7.12; Ocala
Star, on Ocala for notice of school
building $10; Ocala Star on Citra,
for publishing bonding resolution
$10,65, and election notice $5.
J. H. Brinson, Secretary.
OCALA HOUSE ARRIVALS
Edward Hudnall, Boston; W. H.
Lattimer, Tavares; C. K. Pomeroy,
Orlando; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brandon
Clearwater; Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Straub, St. Petersburg; Mrs. Mae
Chase, St. Petersburg; J. E. Harder,
Madison, Fla.; W. B. Davis, Madison,
Fla.; J. H. Eames, Jacksonville; R.
A. Laub, Cottondale; Mr. and Mrs.
T. E. Wills. Pensacola; Mrs. E. A.
Smith, X. J. Lillard, S. W. Loftis,
J. E. Wolff, W. H. White, W. L.
Mover, Pensacola; W. J. Williams,
F. H. Cobb, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Collins, Mrs.- M. Jernigan, Milton;
F. E. Brawner, J. A. Wilson, Pensa Pensacola;
cola; Pensacola; J. H. Dafiin, Mblino; E. L. Mc Mc-Daniel,
Daniel, Mc-Daniel, Milton; X. H. Sasnett, Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; G. W. Brown, Xew Or Orleans;
leans; Orleans; Fred H. Young, Lake City;
Mrs. J. R. Brown, Miss Rena F.
Brown, Palatka; Waldo Hicks, An
drew Jolly. Waldo; Mrs. B. D. Tay-!
lor, Jacksonville; Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Baudy, A. S. Gilbert, Mrs. Arthur
Donegan, W. J. Sears, C. W. Griffin,
Kissimmee; R. R. Milam, Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; G. R. Dickinson, Chicago; J.
C. Durrance, Charles Boote, Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; H. A. Scholl, Xew York; A.
K. Dieseni, Canton, O.; W. M. Cush Cush-man,
man, Cush-man, Gainesville; R. D. Potter, Au-
I M. C. West, J. M. Reeler, Jackson-!
hille: O. R.
Tani ')a ; W. Steger, Richmond, Va.;lor west
G. S. Driggers. Floral
City; E. f.
Hoyt. Birmingham; R.
W. E. Day; Bartow; Charles Conrad,
Xo. 3S havinglTanipa' R D- Br-van- E- S. McCrary,
Lakeland; Mrs. H. Curry, Miss Mary
! Curry, Key West; F. E. Gilman. Jr.,
Xew York; P. D. Goodyear, B. Tur
ner, Lakeland; W. H. Rrohaw, J. T.
j Dale, X. P. Yowell, Orlando; R. A.
Rhodes. F. E. Killem. Marcus En-
jdel. Jacksonville; W. S. Morrow,
1 !).-!,,.-- ." i T : i t i 1 t
E. Nobles, Monticello: E. A. Carlisle.
1 - V
';lJi a. vvmiams, uon-
nay; j. w ieath, Blountstown; B.
requested tojR Bostick- Gainesville; Mr. and Mrs.
and select E- F- Holmes- Miami; J. M. Sisenby,
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
T. A. Dureri, Largo; W. S. Smith,
Clearwater; W. S. Shelton, J. s.
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
BOARDERS WAXTED Can furnish
rooms and table board for a few
boarders; reasonable rates. Apply
to Mrs. Annie E. Holly, 113 South
Second street, East. 3-10-6t
COTTAGE FOR REXT 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
WAXTED Position by young
married, who is well experienced ;
in office work and general mer-!
chandise business. Can furnish
3ou, Dunnelion, Fla. 3-7-10t
COTTAGE FOR REXT My
j lri"e on South Third street, next
of the primary school
j rouse, an modern eo, veniences, is
'!or rent at ner month. R. R.
iCOOK WAXTED A good
woman cook who can make her-
self generally useful about the
house. Must be steady and relia
ble. Apply at Xo. 103 Tuscawilla
STORE FOR REXT A roomy,
well located store in the Robertson
block Apply to S. M. Standley, cor corner
ner corner Oklawaha avenue and Main
LOST Friday afternoon between the
Florida Title & Abstract Corpora-
tion's office and the courthouse,
on Magnolia street, five deeds
made to J. D. McDuffy. Suitable
reward for their return to J. D.
MoDuffy, Ocala. Fla. 3-9-6t
FOR REXT 'East cottage on block
1 Caldwell's add, Xo. 235 South
Secong street; possession at once.
See Joseph Bell, rooms 1 and 2
Holder block. 3-ll-6t
FOR REXT- A nicely furnished
room; every convenience good lo location
cation location in Linwood Park. Anolv
to Star office.
DANGER IX DELAY
Kidney Diseases are too Dangerous
for Ocala People to Neglect
The great danger of kidney troub
les is that they often get a firm hold
before the sufferer recognizes them.
Health will be gradually undermin-
ied. Backache, headache nervousness,
: lameness, soreness, lumbago, urinary
j troubles, dropsy, gravel and Bright's
j:coco nttan rn. ,,,) i
cession. Don't neglect vour kidnevs.
j Help the kidneys with Doan's Kidney
i Pills, which are so strongly recom-
i mended right here in this locality;
n,.,. x- ,
Richard G. XecK, 609 Hawkins St.,
Palatka, Fla., says: "My kidneys
gave me a great deal of trouble and
the kidney secretions were too fre frequent
quent frequent in passage. I used Doan's Kid Kidney
ney Kidney Pills and they acted just as rep represented,
resented, represented, giving me relief. Since
then, others of my family have taken
! Boan's Kidney Pills and the results
j have always been satisfactory."
i Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
! simnly ask for a kidney remedy
5 uja.ii. a iiuue una uib (sauitf
that Mr. Xeck had. Foster-Milburn
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SUCSAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
OCA LA KVEXIXG STAR, WEDNESDAY, 3LARCH 11. 1914
KEEP THIS IX SIGHT
Ocala Seed Store
Is headquarters for Pou. Pou.-try
try Pou.-try Foods nud Stock and
Poultry Powders. "W keep
on hand all the time:
I Hood Meal,
COXKEY'S Poultry and
Stock Foods and Rem Remedies;
edies; Remedies; a full line.
A large assortment of
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. McIYER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by. Licensed. Km-
balmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIYER 101
C. V. ROBERTS 803
Undertaking Office 4?
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
JOHN L. DAVIS.
Ocala Iron Works
P. D. OBELI
I CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
Estimates on any kind
of Building furnished on
short notice. All work
117 X. SANCHEZ STREET.
P. O. BOX. XO. 438.
PHOXE XO. 368 OCALA
"A7 M. BOBDITT
XEW AXD SECOXD HAX"
Bought an'd Sold.
Farm Tools, Casoline Engines, Wag Wagons,
ons, Wagons, Ruggies, Harness, Reds and
Redding, Stoves, Tinware, Queen Queen-rare.
rare. Queen-rare. Crockery, Etc.
310 S. Main Street. ?ca!a, Fla
SPBdAL MASTER'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to final decree of date 5th day of Feb February.
ruary. February. 1914. entered in te circuit court
of the fifth judicial circuit of Florida,
in and for Marion county, in chancery,
by the Honorable W". S. Bullock, judsre
of said court, in that cause pending in
said court in which K. H. Huffum is
complainant and Krnest J. l.ytle, et
al. are defendants, on
Monday, April C.th, 1014
between the hours of 11 a. m. and 2 p.
in., at the .south door of Marion county
court house, in the. city of Ocala. Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, the undersigned, as special mas master,
ter, master, appointed in and by said decree,
will offer for sale and sell at public
outcry to the highest and best bidder
for cash the following described lands,
situated in Marion county, Florida.- to to-w:t:
w:t: to-w:t: The south part of lot 'two (- heirs:
in north half nJ; of southwest quar quarter
ter quarter tsv,-1) of section sixteen (lti).
township seventeen 17) south of
ranuo twenty-four 1 2 4 east, extend extending
ing extending along the south boundary. and
across said lot two (' and of suffi sufficient
cient sufficient width from north to south to
nia'.e ten and ninety-one one-hun-dredths
ilO.'.M acres of land. This
property i al- described as: Cora Cora-n.eneing
n.eneing Cora-n.eneing at southeast e) corner of
lot two 'J section sixteen (H. town town-sh
sh town-sh ; he vt. teen I T south, range twen
ty-four (21) east, runriirtar
twenty-eight and eighty one-hundredth
s chains t2S.S0), thence north northerly
erly northerly a Ion the waters of Lake Weir to
a. point three and ninety-four one one-bundredths
bundredths one-bundredths chains t :;.!). north of
south boundary line of said lot two
2), thence east twenty-six and eisrhty
one-hundredths chains (26. SO) to east eastern
ern eastern line of lot two (2. the nee south
three and ninety-fottr one-hundredths
chains :.9i to point of beir'.nnintr.
containing ten and ninety-one one one-liun
liun one-liun Iredtns 10.lU icre
G. C. V.ci".V.K.
Special Ma-ter in Chaneerv.
JIOCKKIl &- MARTIN.
Complainants' Solicitors. 3-4-wed
Social Program of the .Lake. Weir
Yacht Club, with Headquarters
at East lake for March
Informal cards and tea ever
Thursday afternoon 3 to 5 p. m.
Thursday, March 12th, 7:30 p. m.
Instrumental and vocal concert at
club house by YVeirsdale and South
Lake Weir talent, under direction of
Mrs. W. H. Bickley. Benefit of
building fund. General admission
25 cents. Reserved seats 50 cents.
Saturday, March 14th, 7:30 p. m.
Tuesday, March 17th, St. Patrick's
Day celebration. 3 p. m., splash par party.
ty. party. 6 p. m. Picnic supper, with Irish
stew. 8 p. m. Irish costume dance.
Dancers must be in Irish dress or col color.
or. color. Dramatic character readings by
Mrs. N. A. Callison, of Gainesville,
and violin solos by Miss Florence
McCarthy, of Gainesville. All in at attendance
tendance attendance are urged to costume.
Saturday, March 21st, 7:30 p. m.
Thursday, March 26th, mistrel
music by Ocala talent and victrola
records of the masters by Hugo Sch Schroder,
roder, Schroder, of Eastlake, benefit of build building
ing building fund. Admission 25 cents.
Saturday, March 28th, 7:30 p. m.
Wednesday, April 1st, 7:30 p. m.
April Fool's costume dance.
State of 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 in
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 case 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 thig 6th day of
December, A. D., 1886. (Seal)
A. W. Gleason, Notary, Public
Wall'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
OCALA PUBLIC LIBRARY
Open daily except Sunday from 3
to 5 p. m. Board of Trade rooms,
Ocala House block.
Louise E. Gamsbj Librarian
'My husband had a cough for 15
years and my son for eight years.
Dr. King's New Discovery complete completely
ly completely cured them, for which I am most
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COTTAGE FOR REXT
My cottage on South Third street,
next door west of the primar;- school
house, all modern conveniences, is
for rent at $20 per month. R. R
Carroll. 1-2 3-tf
SPRING RLOOD AXD
During the winter months impur impurities
ities impurities accumulate, your blood be becomes
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neys, kidneys, liver and bowels fail to work,
causing so-called "spring fever."
You feel tired, weak and lazy. Elect Electric
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OPES ALL NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe is a first clas
place to take your meals. Open nigh'
and day. J. R. Dewey. proprie
KILLER EXPELS WORMS
The cause of your child's ills the
foul. feti.I. offensive breath- the
startling up with terror and grind-
teeth while asleen the sallow
complexion the dark circles under
the eyes are all indications of
worms. Kiekapoo Worm Killer is
what your child needs; it expels the
worms, the cause of the chili's un unhealthy
healthy unhealthy condition, for the removal
of sea4, stomach and pin worms.
Kickapoo Worn Killer gives sure re relit??.
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'The Spoilers," "The Barrier,
"The Silver Horde," Etc
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For oiice in bis careless life the
young man realized that he was face
to face with something bigger and
stronger than his own determination,
and it daunted him. He began to see
that he had underestimated these for foreigners,
eigners, foreigners, for it seemed an easy matter
to convict an innocent man in these
Central American courts. Suddenly he
decided to cable for Darwin K. An Anthonythe
thonythe Anthonythe one man who was strong
enough to save him.
When it came time for him to speak,
he told a straight story about bis own
actions on that night, and he was cor corroborated
roborated corroborated by Allan: but he knew that
these words had little weight against
that ther testimony. Of course, he
was remanded for trial.
Anson, thp lawyer, gave him a ray
of encouragement as he left.
"Don't go too much on this hearing."
he said. "1 think we'll pull you out all
"You think! 1 dare say Ramon Al Al-farez
farez Al-farez can get a dozen men to perjure
themselves as easily as he got those
"Exactly. But 1 have a little coup
that 1 intend to spring at the right
"For heaven's sake, tell me what it
"I'm sorry, but I can't Just yet. In
the first place, one must handle these
people exactly right or they explode."
"But give me an idea at least I'm
really Interested in the outcome of this
case, you know."
Anson smiled. "Of course you are.
and I'll tell you as soon as I can. but
"These Spiggoties would enjoy stand standing
ing standing me up against a wall w!th my head
in a rag. They'd make it a holiday
and ring all the bells in town."
"I can't assure you that it isn't se serious.'
rious.' serious.' Anson acknowledged gravely,
"for it is. Any time an American goes
to court in this country it is seriom.
Rut that doesn't mean that we'll lose."
"You may be a good lawyer," said
Kirk ruefully, "but you're a blamed
IKor comforter. I 1 wish my tlad was
here. He'd fix it. He wouldn't let "eui
convict me. He's great, my dad is.
He can swear like tbe devil. 1 like
him better than any man I've ever
He wrote a lengthy cablegram, which
the lawyer, with a peculiar smile,
agreed to dispatch at once. He spent
u sleepless night. In the morning a
Message came signed by Copley Kirk's
heart leaped at the familiar name name-saying
saying name-saying that Darwin K. Anthony had
left Albany for the west on Sunday
night and could not be located for a
"He was never gone when I ueeded
money." the sou mused. "He'll be
worried when he hears about this, and
he has enough to worry him as it is.
I'm mighty sorry, but I simply must
Anson brought in the day's papers,
which alluded, as usual, to Cortlandt's
death as a murder, and printed tbeir
customary sensational stories, even to
a rehash of all that had occurred at
the stag supper. This In particular
made Kirk writhe, knowing as he did
that It would reach the eyes of his
newly made wife. He also wondered
vaguely bow Edith Cortlandt was
bearing up under till this notoriety.
The lawyer brought the further news
that Allan was in captivity as an ac accessory
cessory accessory to the crime and that hence henceforth
forth henceforth Kirk need expert but few vis visitors
itors visitors Somebody, probably Ramon Al Al-farez.
farez. Al-farez. b.:d induced the officials to treat
their prisoner with special severity.
During the days whbdi followed.
Kirk suffered more than he ehe to
on fevs even to his attorney. In the
first phi' e. it was li.ml r be denied
know lodge jif what was going on
Anson would te!i him .ittie. except that
he was working every day and then,
too. the long hours of solitude gnawed
at his self control. Runnels tnamoged
to see him once or twi e. reporting
that, so far as tie eouid learn. Clihpiit.i
had disappeared. He took a message
from Kirk to her. but brought bark
word that he could not deliver it.
It was on Sunday, a week after his
arrest, that Edith Cortlandt ante to
Kirk. He was surprised to see the
ravages that this short time bad m.ale
in her. for she was pale a nil drawn and
weary looking, as if from s!ee;"ess s!ee;"ess-ttess.
ttess. s!ee;"ess-ttess. Strange to say. these marks of
suffering did not detniet from her ap ap-pea
pea ap-pea ranee, but rather enhanced iier
pt ie and distinction.
"I'm awfully glad to ee you. Mrs.
Coitianiit." he said as she extended
her hand. "Rut do you think it was
wise for you to comeV"
She shrugged. "People can say no
more than they have already said My
name is on every tongue, and a little
Tt fan iiuikii ntattsurM
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dry laundry that irons a collar in such a manner that a tie
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Ask about the laundry that makes a specialty of
ladies' fine work and guarantees to return it in a
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worse. I had to come. 1 just couldn't
stay away. I wonder if you can real realize
ize realize what I have been through."
"It must have been terrible." he said
"Yes, I have paid. It seems to me
that I ha ao paid for everything I ever
did. Those newspaper stories nearly
killed me. but it wasn't that so much
as the thought that you were suffering
for my acts."
"I'm very sorry. Yon never thought
for .a moment that I did what tbey
"No. no! It has all been a mistake
from the first. I was sure of that."
"You heard what those two men tes testified
tified testified V"
"Rah! That is Ramon Alfarez. But
he can do nothing. You will forgive
am free, free!"
me for what I said that night at the
hotel, won't you? I didn't really mean
to injure you. Kirk, but 1 was half
hysterical. 1 had suffered so these last
few months that I was ready to do
anything. I never dreamed there was
a way out of my misery, a way so
lose at hand. Rut somehow, even lie lie-fore
fore lie-fore (Jeneral Alfarez's roice on the
phone told me what had happened. 1
knew, and I I feit"-
'I know you had a great deal to put
up with." he said, "but for both our
sakes I wish it had come 1ji some oth other
er other way."
"Oh. I don't care." she cried reck recklessly.
lessly. recklessly. "The one thing I can grasp in
all this turmoil, tbe one thing that
rings in my ears every moment, is that
I am free, free! That is all that mat matters
ters matters to me. You showed your loyalty
to Stephen more than once. and. though
your scruples angered me. I honor you
for them now."
"Your husband's death can make no
difference with us. Mrs Cortlandt." be
Ye have talked openly before, and
there is no need to do otherwise now
You mean that that you don't -;ire
for n:e. bsn I know better I believe
there is a so strong that it must
find an ansnei. Although .ton may
i:.t c.-nv for itie now ;is you eare for -ome
oi: eie 1 know that I can make
you toruet her and put me in her pla--e
I can !:e!; yu. oh. -o much!""
"Wail!" be said harshly. "Yon force
me to t'te:ik ray word 1 don't want to
toll von this, lint I am nruried."
"You i:eer told me th.il! It was
some mad o!!ece prank. I suppose."
"No. no I married Certrudls Gara
vei rhat ni-Iit at the Tivoli
"Oh. th:'t an't be That was the
irght of the danre Why didn't you
tell me: Why isn't she here? Why
does be leave you alone? No. no'
You hardly know each other. Why.
she's not o!d enough to know her own
"Rut I know my mind, and 1 love
Bin Ifikll Jll!
M 1 1
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Her white hands strained at eaeh
other as she steadied her shakins:
voice "Love!" she cried. "You don't
know what love means, nor does she
She ean't know, or she'd be here.
She'd have this prisou torn block from
"You don't know what you're saying.
You,' re hysterical. Mrs. Cortlandt. I
love Oertrudis so deeply that there's
no room in me for anything else and
uever will be Heaven only knows
what they have made her believe about
me. but don't care. I'll upset this
little plot of Alfarez. and when she
learns the truth she will come back
"This mtle plot,"' Edith cried in
distraction. "And i suppose you wish
me U give you back to her? I!:it I
won't help her. I'm not that sort I'm
a sellis'i wman I've always be ti
selfish because I've never bail anybody
to work for Hut I Lave it in me to !e
"I'm sorry." be said "You hae suf suffered.
fered. suffered. 1 know. Pon't trouble any
more about me please."
"Oh. I"d rather face the gallows as
you face it than what i before me.
and I'm not sure I could help you. aft after
er after all You are in Initio America now.
remember, and your enemies are
"1 am Iarwin K. Anthony's son."
he protested "He won't allow it."
"I'.ah! II'- is an American, and these
are Spanish popie. You have feen
how tbey li.ie us. and you have seen
what Alfarez can do He's rich, and
he'll perjure more witnesses; he'll
manipulate tbe court with bis money
Yes. and I'd rather be succeeded than
see you-no, do! What am I saying?
L-let in cor let m uef a wa v from
eliminated from their presence.
Then, too, S. S. S. has such specific
stimulation on these local cells as to pre preserve
serve preserve their mutual welfare and a proper
relative assistance to each other.
In a very brief time S. S. S. has the
reconstructive process so under control
that remarkable changes are obseved. All
eruptive places heal, mysterious pains and.
aches have disappeared, and from head to
foot there is a conscious sensation of re renewed
newed renewed health.
From the fact that S. S. S. Is purelr
a botanical preparation, it is accepted by
the weakest stomach and has great tonic
influence. Not one drop of drugs or
minerals is used in its preparation. Ask
for S. S. S. and insist upon having it.
And if you desire skillful advice upon any
matter concerning the blood and skim
write to The Swift Specific Co., 205 Swift
Bldg, Atlanta, Ga. Do not allow soma
zealous clerk to larrup the atmosphere la
eloquence over something "Just as good"
as S. S. S. Beware o all counterfeits.
here!" She broke down ji d went sor sor-bing
bing sor-bing out into the corridor
On the same afternoon Mr rilfford.
accompanied by Anson, the lawyer,
took the :rL0 train for Colon. As
soon as he arrived he called up Colo-
' nel .lolson to request that the com
missioner's motorcar should, without
fail, await him at 10 o'clock sharp on
the next morning, with an open track
ahead of it Strangely enough, the
colonel agreed very readily.
CR!i:U OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter,' No. 29, O. E. S..
meets at Yonge's hall the secon 1 an1
fourth Thursday evenings of fa?h
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown. W. M.
Mips Florrie Condon. Sec'y.
BEST FAMILY IjAXATIYE
Beware of constipation. Use Dr.
King's Xew Life Pills and keep well.
Mrs. Charles E. Smith, of West
Franklin. Me., calls them "Our fam family
ily family laxative." Nothing better for
alults or aged. Get them today. 25
cent?. All druggists or by mail. H.
E. P.ueklin & Co., Philadelphia cr Si.
Carpenter and Builder
'refil Ksti'natPs Mdf on All Con
f-Rct Work. Gives more and bttc
vork frr the mnnev tan ny other
oVcracto- in the city.