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The Ocala evening star
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VOL. 21.
OCALA FLORIDA. THURSDAY. APRIL 2, 1914
NO. 76

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General Inglis Asks Them.Help Make
Successful Reunion Next Month
in Jacksonville
Headquarters Florida Division
United Confederate Veterans.
Jacksonville, March 20, 1914.
GENERAL ORDER NO 2.

the Florida Division, United

Confederate Veterans:

arouse yourselves and bring the mat-
ter of interest in the reunion to a j

j white heat.

At the beginning of your com- j
mander's administration the retir-!
ing division commander made a fine j

I showing of live camps. A gain of 10 1

j over the year 1912. Many of these j
j camps have kept up the record of!

1913. To those who have failed to
report and qualify with their annual
dues, your commander would admon-

TOTTERING

Yelao, After Nine Days of Fierce!
! Resistance, has Asked Terms
I

of Villa

ish you that representation in the

great convention will be based upon

full payment of all dues and proper 1

filing of reports.

El Paso, April 2. .General Velas-j
co, the federal commander at Tor- i

reon has offered to surrender to Gen-

To

to admonish you of the near ap

proach of a very uncommon event in j

the history of our division. The
coming of he 6th, 7th and 8th days
of May should remind us of the very
exalted honor that stands at the
threshold of our doors, and the very
grave responsibilities that rest upon
us.
The Florida division, for the first
time since it was organized, is to ap appear
pear appear In the role of host to the entire
Southern federation of camps, and
our comrades from all over the
Land of Dixie, and even from be beyond
yond beyond the boundary line of the South

ern Confederacy, are soon to be our
guests. Do we realize do we appre appreciate
ciate appreciate the full Import of this state statement?
ment? statement? The city of Jacksonville, with a
pluck that comes alone from hearts
courageous and loving, is rising to
the magnitude of the great task of
handling one of the largest gather gatherings
ings gatherings ever assembled in the South.
It is estimated that 150,000 visitors

are coming to our state on account of i

this great reunion. Is the entire bur-
r Aon rf tVila trroo f cntarnrlcA trnin cr tn

fall upon the patriotic citizens of
our metropolis? Let it not be so.
The invitation was not confined to
the business men of the hostess city.
No stronger expression of welcome
was sent to the Gray hosts assembled

at Chattanooga,

wired by our most excellent gover

nor, and no chief executive ever hadj

a stronger endorsement than the res

olutions of th

committing the state to her pi
of welcome.

To the several brigade command-i eral Villa. A truce has been grant grant-ers,
ers, grant-ers, your division commander sends I ed and the federal and constitution-

arranging the

terms of capitulation.

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Your division commander wishes .. . .. alist commanders are

our organization, and the creation of
active sympathy and enthusiasm
that should support the May reunion,
or you can cripple the organization
and hamper the active forces at work
for the reunion by your lack of in interest
terest interest and effort. Your commander
exhorts you to put forth extra effort
to create sentiment thruout your

brigades. He respectfully suggests
that you interest your staff officers in
personal preparation for the meeting
in May. It would add greatly to our
credit to have as many uniformed

and mounted officers in the great pa

rade as possible. The Florida di division
vision division should take pride in the per personnel
sonnel personnel of its officers.
It was the hope of your board of
trustees of the Woman's Monument
to have the monument unveiled at
the date of the reunion. Unfortun Unfortunate
ate Unfortunate complications in the past stopped
the progress of the work, and 'hinder 'hindered
ed 'hindered the completion of the structure in
time for unveiling. Your trustees are
laboring diligently and harmoniously

I in perfect accord with the state's rep

resentatives upon the board Gov.
Trammell, Comptroller Knott and
States Attorney West and now
that the atmosphere is cleared you
may hope to see this work completed
in due time.
To those camps who have made

than the message j lucu"

! lour commander urges you to pay

now, and suggests that you are re

sponsible for enough of the deficien-

t cy

Villa Has Half the City
General Villa had taken the rail railroad
road railroad station in Torreon, and for the
past two days has been working his

way from house to house toward the
center of the city. He has taken
nearly half the town with an appall appalling
ing appalling loss of life on both sides.
Last night, General Velasco sent
out a white flag. and asked for three three-hours'
hours' three-hours' truce to present a proposition
for surrender. The truce was grant granted
ed granted and the federal commanders offer offered
ed offered to turn over the city with all mil military
itary military stores if the lives of all offi officers
cers officers and men were guaranteed.

j Villa at first demurred at this,
saying that many of the garrison in

cluding General Orozco who is said
to be in Torreon, were traitors and
must be executed. Another armis armistice
tice armistice was arranged for today, how however,
ever, however, and 'Villa will probably accept
the offer of the federal commander.
It is known that a federal column
of reinforcements left Saltillo for
Torreon March 30 but as all railroad
lines are cut it will require several
days for the relieving force to arrive
at Torreon.

ASTOR HAS A FUTl'KK AHEAD

talists, men who have unlimitel re resources
sources resources and a high-class way of deal dealing
ing dealing with people.
Their purposes are to colonize the
land around Astor, to sell it to de desirable
sirable desirable homeseekers in tracts of 10
to 4 0 acres or more.
The officers of the company are so
well pleased with their purchase,
that they have expressed their inten intention
tion intention to erect winter homes for them themselves
selves themselves at and near Astor, thus giv giving
ing giving substantial evidence of their
faith in the future of Astor. They
will then institute a bank, erect
stores, lay off streets, build residenc residences
es residences etc., and literally make of Astor
what nature designed her to be, the
gateway to all Southrn Florida.
On the famous St. Johns river, at
the northern apex of Lake county,
Astor has an" advantageous position
not possesed by any other inland
city on that great watercourse. It
is 60 miles from Palatka and 60

miles from Sanford, both on the St.

Johns river, but so far removed as to

give to Astor the unrivaled advant advantage
age advantage of being the key to the inter intermediate
mediate intermediate territory.

KATE MEETING "WASN'T
BARREN OF RESULTS

Lak

Become a

County Town May

Second Duluth
Eustis Lake Region: The Duluth Duluth-Florida
Florida Duluth-Florida Land fnninanv has ma.-ip

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tie Senate and the House, p-- iU 1UUU3 "LCC "i plans to change the whole aspect of
,., tn ; tion of the work. Men of the 60s,;.,. ,
the state to her pledge things around Astor. The sreat As-

igive your trustees that support that ... ,
if . I tor estate embraced among its hold-

Comrades, scattered all over our uuc ings 16.000 acres of Lake county
beloved Florida, are you in active! To the Division Staff: Your com- j land on the St jonns river at Astor.
sympathy with this great event? Are'.niander hopes to have you at head- The estate thru its superintendent,
you making it a live, every-day top-; quarters on May 6th, 7th and 8th, I Mr j P Doss, disposed of the land

gradually until only 10,000 acres re remained
mained remained which large tract was sold
within the last four weeks to the
great Duluth-Florida Land Company,
composed of Duluth Minnesota, capi-

Lakeland Telegram: We don't un understand
derstand understand the intricate question of
freight rates, but the interior cities
of Florida have a very real griev grievance
ance grievance in the matter of discrimination
against them in such rates and the
legislature enacted the long and short
haul law to remove that grievance.
It is now a matter of enforcing that
law, with the commission to take the
initiative, but that would mean a
fight of years through all the courts
with no certainty of victory in the
end. The attitude of the roads is
that of old 'Boss Tweed when he had
a "lead pipe cinch" on the taxpayers

of New York "What are you going
to do about it?" But the old Boss
got his in the end and maybe the
roads will, too.
At any rate, a very desirable pub publicity
licity publicity has been achieved by the

meetings at Ocala and Kissimmee,
and turning on the light frequently
finds a remedy.

CANAL CONDUCTOR

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ic? Are you "boosting" the reunion reaay to nil your places; unitormed
in your several localities? What are) and mounted on the day of the pa pa-you
you pa-you doing to arouse interest and cre-jraJe if possible. And to every corn corn-ate
ate corn-ate enthusiasm for this coming!
event? If you are not active, then I (Concluded on Page Five)

Goethals and His Crew, Without Dis Display,
play, Display, Shifted from Military to
Civil Government
Panama, April 2. The Panama
canal zone began business yesterday
under a permanent form of govern government.
ment. government. The Isthmian Canal, Commission,
which has governed the zone during
the construction of the waterway,
was dissolved, and a civil adminis administration,
tration, administration, semi-military in character,
was established.
Colonel George Goethals, by ap appointment
pointment appointment of the president of the
United States, became its first gover governor.
nor. governor. His inauguration was remarks remarks-able.
able. remarks-able. There were no ceremonies, no
speeches, no display.
In his office on the top of Culebra
Hill, overlooking the now famous
cut of that name. Col. Goethals,
chairman and chief engineer of the

Isthmian Canal Commission, simply
began his day's work under a new
title "Governor and Chief of the
Department of Operation and Main Maintenance."
tenance." Maintenance." 'In the big cut below, while the
colonel figuratively transferred his
power from one hand to another, the
steam dredges were tearing away at
the foot of -Cucaraoha slide, and lo locomotives
comotives locomotives were busy hauling away
more of the daily spoil. Work pro progressed
gressed progressed as usual along the whole
route of the canal. There were no
extra flags flying, no outward show

of any kind that the government of

the zone was undergoing a change.
There were changes in name merely,
so far as most of the canal workers
were concerned. Ever since Col.
Goethals became the guiding spirit of
the work he has been the "bene "benevolent
volent "benevolent despot" of the Isthmus, and
there are few new faces in the group
of men who have found a place in
the permanent government.

ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
7:30 p. m. C. E. Simmons, H. P.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad.

Rexall Celery and Iron Tonic, an
all-the-year-'round strengthening
tonic for those run down from over overwork,
work, overwork, ?1 at Gerig's Drug store. 27-tf

AN UNDUE SENSE OF HUMOR

inals and wait for employment prom promised
ised promised by the joker.
Before the men could be made to
understand that there was no basis
for the report that the railroad
wanted hundreds of workers, the
crowd surged against the steel gates,
breaking the locks and pouring into'
the yards' shouting "Give us the
jobs."
It took the police nearly an hour
to clear the men in the yards. The
author of the hoax spread the false
rurnor among the. hundreds ot men
gathered along West Madison street
in front of employment agencies.

TORTURED UTAH

Journey of a 14 Year-old Boy in a

Refrigerator Car to New York
From Jacksonville
Cranford, N. J.., VApril 2. Lock Locked
ed Locked in a refrigerator car with tempt tempting
ing tempting fruit that was barred from his
reached by steel gratings, Benjamin
Wiokham, 14 years old, suffered from
hunger for three days on a journey
from Jacksonville, Fla., to New York
He told of ihis experiences here yes yesterday
terday yesterday in a magistrate's court.
A year ago the boy's parents mov moved
ed moved from New York to Florida. He
said that last week he yearned to be
back In New York, so he climed in into
to into a loaded refrigerator car in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville just before its doors were
sealed, and it was attached to a
northbound train.
Early on the first day of the ride
the boy attempted to get to the fruit
but steel gratings of the cooling
compartments barred the way, and
for three days he went 'hungry and
thirsty until the car was opened near
here, and he was found.

Notified of Benjamin's adventure,
his uncle, Charles tWickham, of New
York, took charge of him.

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE"

Started a Near Riot on the First of
April in Chicago
Chicago, April 1. A first of April
joke perpetrated by a person un unknown
known unknown to the police, caused more
than 500 unemployed men to con congregate
gregate congregate yesterday in a cold rain in
front of the Soo Line freight term-

Ma-Mon-Dunn Lodge No. 19, r
A.. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 Vclock, until further notice
Baxter Cam, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad;

AUTO FOR SALE

A model "Q". Maxwell roadster,
22 horse power, splendid condition,
new tires, fully equipped, run less
than 10,000. Will sell at a bargain
for cash. Apply to Star office or
Box 606, City. 3-19-dly-wkly-tf

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THE NUT CLUB Might as Wei! Join If You Specialize in Old Stuff. ,r ByJ!;,F 9RGA?J
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With an Attractive List of Real Estate.

FLORIDA CENTRAL LAND CO.

Orange Groves
from 5 to 50 Acres
that will pay
from
20 to 40 per cent,
on Investment.



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THE OCALA EVKXIXU STAR. THURSDAY, APRIL. 2, 1914
I FEARFUL LOSS OF
OCALA OCCURRENCES

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LIFE Blf FIRE

Masons meet this evenin;

Moose meet tonight.
Sons of Veterans tomorrow night.
Pythian Temple meets
night.
tomorrow
Double rvhite lilies for sale. Phone
106.
Mr. C. A. Tremere, the efficient i
postmaster of Belleview, was in the j
city today. j
The county judge has issued a
marriage license to Mr. Marlon Ir Irvine
vine Irvine Dean and Miss Miriam Forbes.
In an election yesterday, St. Johns
county bonded for money to build
sixty-four miles of brick roads, which
was an example Marion should fol follow.
low. follow. We are pleased to know that our
readers appreciate our daily weather
reports and forecast.
Mr. W. W." Harriss returned this
morning from a business visit to
Urooksville. He made the trip in his
Ford runabout.
Drs. Lucien Montgomery and Z. M.
Price, and Mr. Robert Mountain are
in the city from Micanopy.
Mr. X. A, Fort, candidate for coun county
ty county commissioner from the eastern
district, is a visitor in the city today.
Mr. W. L. Simonton, the farmer,
trucker and stockman of Micanopy is
! in the city on business,
vegetable crops in his
looking fine, but that
need of rain.
lie says the
section are
they are in
Mr. John T. Lewis of Oklawaha
was in town today. Several weeks
ago, Mr. Lewis, while in his barn,
went up in the loft after hay, just
like any other boy. When he came
down, the ladder turned and made
him jump to save himself. He lit on
a corncob, which turned, throwing
him to the ground and so badly
spraining his ankle that he was laid
up for weeks. His friends are glad
to see John out again.
There is considerable dissent
among our people to the proposition
to build the Carnegie library on the
newly acquired city lot. A number
of the ladies of the library associa association
tion association are opposed to it because it
would be next to the railroad station,
'.fire station, city courtroom and jail,
and other institutions not conducive
to study and meditation. It is a pity
that the library cannot be erected on
the lot offered for the purpose by
Mr. F. E. Harris. It is particularly
well situated for such an institution.
Mr. J. J. Cerig says he will be one of
twenty men to give $100 each to buy
L lot for the library on Fort King.
Judge Wm. E. Smith says that the
young couple, W. L. Collins and Miss
Willie Wynns, from Wildwood, mar married
ried married by him at the Seaboard station
Tuesday afternoon, told him the
young lady's father was dead. As
told in the Star yesterday, they were
arrested in Jacksonville, and the
young lady was taken back to Wild Wild-wood
wood Wild-wood by her stepfather, Mr. Harry
"Wynns, by which it is seen that the
; assertion or ner iatner s death was
i true. The judge also says that the
! young lady looked to be nearer
eighteen than fourteen, and the cou cou-j
j cou-j pie seemed fully, capable of attending
to their own affairs, in which state statement
ment statement the judge is sustained by all
who saw them.
HOT WEATHER
SPECIALS
3 10c Tins Olney's Baked Beans
2 15c Tins Olney's Baked Beans. 25c
2 20c Tins 01ney"s Baked Beans
Sliced Boiled Ham. per lb.... 40c
Sliced Dried Beef, per lb 50c
German Salomi, per lb 40c
Fla. Made Peanut Butter, per lb 25c
No. 1 Fat Juicy Mackrei SOe
or.

0. K. Teapot Grocery
PHONES 16 AND 174
Ocala, Florida

BLOOM Eli OlIiLS WILL
l'LAV BASEBALL

World's Champion Female Hall Play Players
ers Players Will Contest Ocala's Team
Monday
The Star Bloomer Girls is the
name of the club of female diamond
stars who will cross bats with the lo local
cal local aggregation next Monday after afternoon
noon afternoon at the South Magnolia street
erounds.
The Star girls are the world's
champion female players and the
game on Monday promises to be one
of exceptional interest. The pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds above the actual expenses in incurred
curred incurred are to go to the local club and
being the first game of the season no
doubt a big crowd will be on hand
to witness it.
Mr. Claud East, of Cleveland, O.,?
who is advance agent for the Stars
in their southern tour, is in the city
arranging for the game. He says
that their trip to Cuba was success successful
ful successful beyond their most sanguine ex expectations
pectations expectations and that the first game of
the-series played in Havana put them
'"on velvet" for their entire stay. He
says the game was witnessed by all
the big moguls of the city including
the president of the republic, who
was one of the most enthusiastic
rooters in the grandstand.
The Stars are playing in Tampa
today; tomorrow they play in
Urooksville, and Saturday in Dunnel Dunnel-lon.
lon. Dunnel-lon. They will arrive in Ocala Sat Saturday
urday Saturday evening and spend Sunday in
the city.
Everybody go out Monday and
help swell the gate receipts for the
home team.
DAILY WEATHER REPORT
Max.
March average.. 74
April 1 S4
April 2 S3
Min.
4 8
61
64
R. F.
.03
Fortcast for Tonight and Tomorrow
Generally fair tonight and Friday.
MEETING OF RANI) MEMBERS
The members of the band will
meet for rehearsal tomorrow eve evening.
ning. evening. All members are requested to
be present.
NOTICE TO STUDEXTS
OF OCALA BUSINESS COLLEGE
All who contemplate entering with
us under the rate to the first twenty
students are requested to be at the
college tomorrow evening before 7
o'clock, if possible. We have a large
enrollment for tomorrow evening and
it is important that you be here
early. G. W. Lang, Manager,
OCALA BUSIXESS COLLEGE,
4-2-lt Ocala, Fla.
Mr. D. B. Kibler, superintendent
of the Buttgenbach mines in Marion
and Citrus counties, is among the
business visitors in the city today.
Mr. Chas. F. Flippen was painfully
injured yesterday afternoon while
going to supper on a bicycle. He had
several bundles under one arm, was
riding with only one hand on the
handle-bars, when his wheel struck
something and threw him off, In
falling he was so severely jarred as
to injure him quite painfully intr
nally. He will be confined to his bed
for some time and will have to un
dergo an operation. Mr. Flippen's
many friends hope his recovery will
be rapid.
Judge Wm. E. Hocker of the state
supreme court is in the city from
Tallahassee, visiting his friends and
relatives here.
The annual inspection of the Ocala
Rifles will take place at the armory
next Monday night, and Captain F.
E. Weihe says the company is in fine
shape.
YOUNG PEOPLE'S W. C. T. U
The regular meeting of the Young
People's branch of the W. C. T. U
will be held at the home of Mrs. Van
Hood, Friday evening at S o'clock
Interesting program, business meet
ing and social hour. Come!
President.
That man. John V. Denton, up in
Alachua county, who is going to run
against Frank Clark for
Congress,
evidently intends to stay right on the;
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jod until tne votes are countea ana
the indications are that he will at
least make it interesting for Mr.
Clark. He wants to go to Congress
to get legislation to protect and pro promote
mote promote the interests of the fruit and
truck growers in his district, and,
being one of them himself he is
pretty sure of a strong following in
his race. Lakeland Telegram.

SIXTEEN BEAD IX T1IK RUIN'S OF
THE FLORIDA IIOl'SK IX
ST. AKiUSTIXF

Blaze Started at Midnight in the Rig!
Hotel and Rurned the Heart
Out of the City
The Times-Union of this morning
contained a meager account of the
great fire in St. Augustine, but the
fire was still under way and the re result
sult result unknown when that paper went
to press.
The Star teleuhoned to St. Augus
tine at 3 o'clock this afternoon for
particulars. The wires in the An Ancient
cient Ancient City were in bad condition from
the fire and we were a long time in
getting a report.
The fire started in the Florida
House, the large, four-story frame
building that most Ocala people who
have visited St. Augustine will recall,
at 12:30 o'clock this morning, and
was not controlled until after day day-iight.
iight. day-iight. Four blocks were burned out
and some damage done to adjoining
property. Practically nothing was
saved in the burned over district, as
the flames spread so rapidly and the
heat was so intense that nothing
could be done in saving the contents
of stores and hotels.
Up to 3 o'clock this afternoon, six
teen bodies had been recovered, but
the Star could not ascertain the
names of the dead. It is thought
there are other bodies in the ruins
that have not been recovered. The
dead were all guests of the hotels,
mostly guests of the Florida House.
Those of our readers who have seen
this hotel can readily understand
that guests entrapped in its upper
rooms in the middle of the night had
but slight change for their lives.
The Jacksonville fire department
sent equipment down on a special
train and with the St. Augustine de department,
partment, department, one of the best in the
state, the firemen made a gallant
fight, but the fire occurred in the
very worst part of town, composed
of frame buildings built close to together
gether together and where the streets were
very narrow.
The principal buildings, burned
were the Florida House, the Munson
House, the Atlantic, Clairmont Hotel
Central Hotel, Lynne Apartment
House, and all of the adjoining and
intervening stores, residences and
the building formerly the Genovar
Opera House.
The great fire of twelve years
ago in Jacksonville, when ten mill million
ion million dollars worth of property went
up ii smoke, did not cause the death
of over two or three persons. Proba Probably
bly Probably no fire in the entire South in the
past ten years has caused such a loss
of life. All Florida sympathizes
with St. Augustine in its great loss
of property and human life.
PROGRESSI YE AGRICULTURE
IX MOYIXG PICTURES
Editor Star: I have arranged
with Mr. Spencer of the U. S. gov governmental
ernmental governmental experiment station of ag agriculture
riculture agriculture at Gainesville to furnish
me slides on progressive agriculture
and I am planning to get our public publicity
ity publicity to reach all the farmers near
about and invite them to se these
valuable pictures. Kindly make men mention
tion mention in your best space about it for
a forerunner. Very truly,
Dr. R. T. Weaver.
ROSES FOR SALE
Arden roses for sale, 50c. and 75c.
per dozen. Phone 106; prompt de delivery.
livery. delivery. PATCHES
for inner tube
especially adapted
for quick repairing. They are made
from regular air tube stock and are
i made With edses tapered very thin,
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that when cemented to the tube ;
they act in perfect harmony with the?
tube and do not have a tendency to
come loose in use. Full line of ce-j
ment, tape, soapstone, pumps, etc.
Luckie's Garage
17 N. Main Street.

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Consistent with Sound Banking is extended to
customers of this Bank. Come in let us talk over
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ORE THAT CURES RHEUMATISM
At Least, It Is Said That Mineral
Known as Carnotite Has Per Performed
formed Performed Wonders.
Radium mining in the Paradox Val Valley
ley Valley of Colorado has developed a very
curious by-product In the shape of an
unlooked-for cure for rheumatism.
The government bureau of mines
has recently undertaken to supervise
the working of some 57 radium mines
In that valley, which contain the most
important deposits of radium-bearing
ore in the. world. The ore is a yel yellowish
lowish yellowish mineral known as "Canotite,',
and occurs in "pockets" associated
with uranium and vanadium.
It has been found that the men en engaged
gaged engaged in working these deposits, if
they happen to sufferers from rheu rheumatism,
matism, rheumatism, are cured of the malady. Not
only that, but their general health
seems to be benefited in a remarkable
way.
This is a matter of no small im importance.
portance. importance. While radium itself is the
most costly thing in the world, being
worth over $2,500,000 an ounce, tLe
ore from which it is taken is by no
means so precious that anybody of
moderate means could not afford to
buy and keep on hand a considerable
quantity of it.
It takes a ton of "carnotite" to pro produce
duce produce a bit of radium no bigger than
the head of a pin; and the cost of the
radium is due mainly to the difficulty
of the processes involved in extract
ing it.
Perhaps if the sufferer from rheu rheumatism
matism rheumatism were to keep a few pounds of
"carnotite" by him he would experi experience
ence experience relief. The matter, of course, is
wholly one of speculation as yet.
There is no question of the fact that
radium is good for rheumatism. It
has been used very successfully in the
treatment of this distressing trouble,
the method commonly adopted being
to allow the patient to breathe the
emanations of the mysterious mineral
through a rubber tube entering the
nostrils.
Wine Dealers to the King.
Wine dealers who are fortunate
enough to get their products Into the
king's household are well paid for. It,
but he who drinks it must have an ex exceptionally
ceptionally exceptionally acute taste to discover the
name of the bottler. For It Is a rule
in the king's household that not a bot bottle
tle bottle of wine shall appear upon the ta table
ble table bearing the name of the grower
or distributer.
British merchants are prone to
make immense commercial capital out
of their sale of goods or devotion to
services to the royal household. To
be a king's tailor carries a prestige
that has made men rich. To have sup supplied
plied supplied the queen's shoes has been the
financial uplifter for many a London
tradesman. And these functionaries
have not hesitated to make advertis advertising
ing advertising capital out of their connection
with the royal family.
One might easily imagine the pres prestige
tige prestige a certain wine would attain
among the rich and titled of nations
if the label of the maker were con conspicuously
spicuously conspicuously displayed upon the king's
tables. Therefore the butler's assist assistants
ants assistants remove the label from every bot bottle
tle bottle of liquor before it enters the dining-room.
This custom dates from
the reign of George III.
She Remembered.
Annt Jane is quite absent-minded,
and when she started on a short jour journey,
ney, journey, a few weeks ago, each member
of the family labored to impress on
her that she must not forget any of
her parcels or belongings. When she
reached her destination, she wrote at
once of her safe arrival, and closed
with the following postscript:
"I remembered what you said about
forgetting, and tried to be as thought thoughtful
ful thoughtful as possible. I neglected, though,
to have my trunk rechecked at the
junction, and think I must have left
my lunch at the window when i
bought my ticket.
"I must have forgotten my umbrella,
too. when I changed cars, but I cannot
imagine what could have become of
my shawl. I suppose I neglected to
put my brush and comb back in the
bag after using them, but I feel con-
; fident that some one stole my jet
brooch, as I do not see how I could
possibly have mislaid it. j
"I got on quite nicely, though, and ;
had a real pleasant journey." Youth's
Companion. i
OCALA LonCJH MJ. K. V. O. tZ.
Ocala Lodge, .No. 286. Benovelent
jand Protective Order, of fcllks, mets
I the second and fourth Tuesday even even-jings
jings even-jings in each month. Visiting breth breth-j
j breth-j ren a1 ways welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
I Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.

Capital, Surplus and Pro tils $85,00 0.C0.
ACTIVE IT. S. DEPOSITARY.

LAST -CALL FOE ::
EASTlR SUITS

We are still taking orders for Easter Suits, and
as long as this advertisement appears, will accept
orders with a guarantee of delivery by Easter. Come
in NOW and let us show you the nobbiest line of
Spring samples you ever saw. You can make no no-mistake
mistake no-mistake by selecting your Easter Suit from this line-

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'The Men's Outfitter." -Harrington
Hall Block OCALA, FLORIDA
UP-TO-THE-MINUTE WASH TIES FOR SPRING WEAR

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When your linen isn't just right its very noticeable.. If your
shirts are not receiving that attractive dull, finish, just, call
phone twenty-one and let the Imperial Steam Laundry do your
work this week; then compare it with the ordinary kind.. We
have made this a study and equipped our plant for tliis class of
work. That we are turning out the best results is acknowledg acknowledged
ed acknowledged by the lest dressers in Ocala, both ladies and gentlemen.
Ikm't forget our plione number 21.
IMPERIAL STEAM LAUNDRY

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BASE BALI. GAME
BETWEEN COLORED NINES
i The Howard Academy baseball
! team will meet a picked nine from
the Hungerford Industrial bchool,
Friday, April 3, at the Marion coun county
ty county fair grounds. The game is sched scheduled
uled scheduled for 3:30 j. m. All lovers of the
game should see it.
AVhen in need of anything put an
ad. in the Star columns. You'll getit.

MEYERS

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: HAMS :
Smoked Hams 22c.
Salt Hams 18c
Smoked Sides .20c
J Salt Shoulders (small) ....17c
Salt Shoulders (large) ....18c J
: At Taylor's Cold Storage. :
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W. II. MtRAINEY,
Vice President.
I). E. McIVER,
Vice President.

President
D. C. STILES, Jr.,
Cashier.
W. V. WHEELER,
Assistant Cashier.

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'z'l Only One by the Cnrrert

Prlr Pnx-eilure

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OCALA, FLORIDA.

tne ,tz
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puzzle.

A deal was eloped today between
Mr. George Rentz and Mr. Arthur
C. Cobb by which the latter becomes

written and

half owner of the Imperial Steam
Laundry.
The constant growth of the Im-

before I perial has made it so that Mr. Rentz.

Capital - $50,000.00
Surplus and Profits $41,500.00

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This is a growing institution, live,
active and up-to-date.
We want new business on a basis
of fair treatment and conservative
methods.
Special Department for Savings.

April 1st is the beginning of a new Sim.

quarter; deposits maae on or Deiore

April 10th will draw interest from $

Y i should solve its April foo
"jHer answer was, ""I think
Yilook in the mirror."

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enclosed in a sealed envelope

X Wednesday's- Scar went to pres. j with his other interests, is no longer
y! reads as follows: j able to give it the time it requires.

"Look in the nearest mirror." and he will now be assisted in its
Of course, it wasn't likely anyboiy operation by the new partner in the
would guess those particular five business.
words, so there was a list of varia- The business of the Imperial for

tions. running from "Look jn the the montn or March was an increase

glass" to any reasonable number of of 25 per cent over that of February,
words expressing the idea: a condition -that has been going on
Interest in the matter was wide- ever since it opened its doors for
spread. Answers began to come in business last November,
over the phone as soon as the papers With two such "live" ones as
were out of the office. The phone Messrs. Rentz and Cobb it is perfect perfect-tinkled
tinkled perfect-tinkled at short intervals until late j ly safe to predict that the business
in the evening and there was a j will grow faster that ever.

! bunch of answers in the mail this i Enlargements and improvements
morning. Many others were handed in the place have been contemplated
! in before noon. How many people j for some time, and several new ma-

stopped the manager, business man- j chines have been ordered and are
ager and editor on the street, there now on their way to Ocala. As the
is no record of. j present space of the building is fill-
Most people at once jumped to the j ed to ita limit, the annex on the

conclusion that the proper answer

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Comprising
14 JLcres Good Farm Land,
under fence, 12 acres cleared.
IGood Well.
1 Good 6-Room Cottage.
Located on Silver Springs Road,
ft miles from business portion of city.
PRICE, $1,500.00

PARTRIDGE-WOODROW 1

COMPANY

ROOMS 7 AND 8
Merchant's Block

Ocala, Florida

'I am the fool." This was too
and would not have given the

show. It would have been

I : easy

. Star any

Y i like shooting a bird on the ground.

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The plans and specifications were

all who read the story, expect expect-to
to expect-to find a fake in it, and discov

ering that it was a quantity of cor- i

irect geological information, would at
J once decide that they had been fool-

ed. Having decided who the fool

A-QJ'jJ 1st 1 'jpjwas, the next thing was to find him
- Xjor ner- When we want to find any-

MKKMXMH"H"XMKMI"X"X"H"XXK-HXK-X : j bod y, we look for them unless we

are in the dark.

west side of the main building will
be utilized to make room for the
new machinery.
Success to the new firm and may
the Imperial continue to increase
even more rapidly than it has in the
past.

W. C. T. U. ENTERTAINMENT

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CxAKDEiHT V,

If we are so situat-

j ed that we can read, we are not m
j the dark. When we want to see our our-;
; our-; selves, we look in the nearest mir mirror.
ror. mirror. Its highly correct to say mirror
( instead of glass. A woman always
I wants to see herself when she looks
in the glass, but sometimes when a
i man looks in the glass, he doesn't
'see himself, and doesn't want any anybody
body anybody else to see him.

touowme are a tew or tne an-i

swers:
The editor of the Star.
Mrs. F. F. Sanders.
I was an April fool to read that
article through.
Marie von Engelken.

There will be an entertainment,
under the auspices of the local Wo Woman's
man's Woman's Christian Temperance Union,
at the Methodist church, Reddick,
Florida, 7:30 p. m., Wednesday,
April 8th. Everybody cordially invited.

HETFH.MIXK1) TO HAVE
XO UNNECESSARY DEI AY

ad-ex-the

passed the
reached the
was referred
interoceanic

THE PLANTS IN YOUR. GARDEN GROW WELL. ONLY
WHEN THE SOIL IS "WORKED" WELL. TO WORK IT. WELL
YOU MUST HAVE THE PROPER GARDEN IMPLEMENTS TO
WORK WITH. WE HAVE MANY NEW DESIGNS OF GARDEN
TOOLS THAT .WILL SAVE LAIMR AND PAY FOR THEM THEMSELVES
SELVES THEMSELVES MANY TIMES IN ONE YEAR. COME, SEE THEM.
REMEMBER, OUR HARDWARE 'STANDS HARD WEAR.

Marion larttrare Co.

Phone 118,

Ocala, Fla.

ACCURACY SECURITY
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Marion County Abstract Company
ESTABLISHED 1882.
GRAHAM BROTHERS. Lessees,
OCALA FI.
Fust consideration and especial attention given to small tracts.

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I read your annual hoax and came
to the conclusion that I was the j
"April fool" for reading it. My an-
swer to the puzzle is: "I am the j
April fool." Lauragene Dozier. j
The ones that read the "Star" to I
find the "fool," had better get an ap-j
plication for the "Nut Club." They
are "fools." Yours for fun.
Carolyne Borden. I

There was no "April fool" in your
article, as it was a splendid descrip description
tion description of Ocala's lime deposit. The
readers were the "April fools" be because
cause because they were looking for some something
thing something that was not there.
Mrs. T. D. Lancaster.
Thereby Hangs a Tale

The April fool article was a re- j
print from a government report on
"Geology and Ground Waters of Flor

ida, a number ot wnicn nave been
sent to the city by our senators and
representatives in Congress.
When the report came in, Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Rooney of the Board of Trade
asked the editor of the Star why he
did not republish some of it, as it is
interesting and valuable information

to the people of this section. The
editor replied that noboiy would
read it. Rooney said everybody
ought to read it, and finally suggest suggested
ed suggested the scheme that resulted in sev several
eral several hundred people assimilating a
large amount of valuable information
yesterday afternoon.
It is a safe bet that geological data
has never been so widely disseminat disseminated
ed disseminated in Ocala before. Mrs. T. D. Lan Lancaster,
caster, Lancaster, however, seems to be the only
one of our correspondent- who aj pre predates
dates predates it.
As a matter of fact. :he.-e govern government
ment government reports, the most accurate pub publications
lications publications made, all well illustrate 1

and finely printed, are full of
esting an i valuable information.

ind carefully sVu

Washington, April 2. The
ministration bill to repeal toll
emption for American ships in

Panama canal, which
House Tuesday night,
Senate yesterday and
to the committee on

canals without debate.
Senator O'Gorman, chairman of
the committee, who is marshalling
the anti-administraltion forces, an announced
nounced announced definitely today that he
would call a meeting of the commit committee
tee committee for next Tuesday. Until that
time no formal consideration of the
repeal measure, or proposed amend amendments
ments amendments can develop.
Although the president's friends
had hoped to have the committee
meet earlier, they decided to make
no effort to induce Senator O'Gor O'Gorman
man O'Gorman to change his plans. Thej will
insist, however, upon action within
reasonable time after the committee
gets down to work.
Senator Owen, of Oklahoma, ma majority
jority majority member of the committee,
who will lead 'the fight in commit committee
tee committee for the administration, visited
the White House last night and con conferred
ferred conferred with the president. He de declares
clares declares that friends of the repeal bill
will not submit to unnecessary de delay
lay delay in preliminary consideration of

the bill.

YOUR

WHO KNOW

us feL jsssjSI ,,J!5 L

TO BUY mJh

WHERE

THERE ARE MANY TRICKS" IN THE JEWELRY TRADE.
WE SHALL NOT SPEAK OF OURSELVES; INSTEAD WE LET
THE ARTICLES WE HA VE SOLD IN THE PAST MAKE PROMISES
TO YOU FOR THE FUTURE. WE ENJOY HAVING JUDGES
OF JEWELRY VISIT OUR ESTABLISHMENT. WE BUY OUR
WARES FROM THOSE WHO HA VE NEVER DECIVED US. WHEN
WE SELL YOU WE SHALL GIVE YOU THE ADVANTAGE OF OUR
LONG SCRUTINIZING EXPERIENCE IN THE JEWELRY BUSI BUSINESS.
NESS. BUSINESS. s
A. E. BURNETT,
The Reliable Jeweler, Merchants' Rlock, Ocala, Fla.

RELLEVIEW CIVIC LEAGUE

Belleview, Apri 1. Tne Civic
League of Belleview held a very en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic meeting Tuesday March
31st, at which five new members
were admitted by ballot.
Under the head of good of the or

der Mrs. Doolittle read a very inter

esting humorous sketch and propos

ed some good conundrums to the

members.

Mrs. Will Merrill read the follow following
ing following original verses:
" 'Way down South elo;e by the
moon.
One rainy winter's day,
The Lady's Civic League was born.
And settled down to stay.
Of loyal hearts the league was form formed;
ed; formed; To town and country true.
They laborel for the good cf all.
Who live in fair Belleview.

The Management ol DR. McCLANE

Medical. Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger quarters, more fully equipped and will be im
strictly ethical lines.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 33?

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should be read

We Are Headquarters
For Buggies, Carriages. Carts. Wagons and Automobiles, Harness
and all Leather Goods. We have the largest line of Vehicles and
Harness and Saddlery in Central Florida and offer them at the
lowest figures. We lead in all kinds of Farming Machinery;
Agents for the Fomous all Steel Moline Plows, one horse Disc
Cultivators, McCormick Binders, Mowers. Rakes. Reapers and
IHC Binder Twine. Agents for the Fairbanks Morse Gas and
Oil Engines and Outfits. We have a full line of Automobile sup supplies
plies supplies and accessories. We lead in our line and can save you money
on anything you buy from us.
Kmtigilhit jl Lang

REGISTRATION I WOKS
WILL CLOSE APRIL 1

To test their strength and take their
stand
Before the people all.
The Civic League did give a dance
In Belleview city hall.

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registration, says the aounty regis-j
tration books will close on the eve- s
ning of the 15th of April. All of the;
books of the different voting pre-j
cincts are in his office, second floor j
of the courthouse, south wing, where;
any person can register, from any j
place in the county. j

SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridgc-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents

Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tfj

Long will the night remembered
be.

On this you may depend.
By all the goodly company.
Who did that dance attend.
I stand today before you all
This sentiment to give:
'The Civic League of Belleview,
Long may its patrons live.
The league will give an oyster
supper at the Hotel Marion next Sat Saturday
urday Saturday evening, from 5:30 to 8
o'clock.

We Show Above Snap Shots of Our Delivery
Wagon as Seen About Town
Old Dobbin is a wonder when it comes to getting there on time.
TVY US ON THESE
White Rose Tea and Oocoa, Sunshine Crackers,
in Bulk or Packages, Shnpleigh Sterling Coffee,
William Tell Flour
PICKLES OF ALL KINDS IX STOCK
Twenty-One Pounds of Sugar for One Dollar with $1 Cash Pur-

of Other Groceries on Saturday and Monday Only.

chase

J. L. SMITH GROCERY COMPANY

PHONE 434

Moose meet Thursday evening.

OCALA NORTHERN" SCHEDULE
Xo. 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 Sundav, :40 a. m. Arrive
Ocala 11 a. m.
No. 73 Leave Palatka Sunday, 8
a. m. Arrive Ocala, 1 1 a. m.

CONCORDIA LODGli F. Z. OF A.
Concordia Lodge. Fraternal Union
.f America, meets If Yonge'a Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad

If your drugs are from Gerlgs
they are good, because Gerig's are
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THE OCAL ETM.G STAR, TIILIiSI.", APRIL 1914

OCALA EVENING STAR
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PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY :
IJITTIXGi:il CARROLL, PROPRIETORS j
It. R. Carroll. General ?Ianaer Port V. Leavengood, liuiness Manager J
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
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Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofSce as second class matter.

O: 'ALA'S GREETING TO TAMPA

PMOVK 51

SUBSCRIPTION RATES
( Domestic )

One year; in advance $5.00 j
Six months, in adance.... 2.5

(Foreign)
One year, in advance SS.OOj
Six monthi, in advance.... 4.23

The Tampa Times of Wednesday
published the first message sent out
o: Ocala by the Postal Telegraph
Company. It was as follows:
Ocala. Fla.. April 1. The Postal
Telegraph office in this city opened
this morning, thus giving the city
two telegraph systems. This message
of gooi will is the first one sent
over the new wires:
"Best wishes of Ocala to Tampa
and may the Gulf City never grow
backward. "J. H. Benjamin.

"Editor Ocala Star."

Three montb-3, in advance.. 1.25 j Three months, in advance.. 2.25

APPRECIATE I GOOD WISHES

One month, .n" advance.

,50

One month, in advance..

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AIIVERTISIXG HATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS

The following advertising rates will be charged in the Star for po political
litical political announcements in the coming campaign. Announcements will run
from the date of insertion until the election, regardless of length of
time at these rates:
Daily Weekly Both
County Commissioner $3.00 $3.00 $ 5.00
Member School Board ... 3.00 3.00 5.00
Constable" 2.00 2.00 4.00
Justice of the Peace 2.00 2.00 4.00
11 Other Offices 3.00 5.00 10.00
Those requiring over twenty lines will be charged an additional
rate on the same basis.

Tampa Times: Another strand
has been added to the cable of fra fraternity
ternity fraternity and good will that binds us
to our contemporaries of the "Brick
City" and the rest of her good citi citizens
zens citizens in the establishment there of a
station of the Postal Telegraph Co.
Here's hoping that the bonds of
union may never become weaker, but
always grow in strength and durabil durability.
ity. durability. Long life and prosperity to the
tar an d the Banner. May the light
of the one never be dimmed, and
may the other wave forever.

Total
Resources
Over
$650,000.09

THE iiOiOE & GiiLISS BANK
OCALA, FLORIDA
Marion County's largest and oldest bank. Conducts a
general banking business. Has safety deposit boxes for rent
and issues traveler's checks to all parts of the world.

Mi! n i o e c t Q i 7 m b 1 i s s
OCALA r F LOR I DA
"THE BEST IN BANKING."

.MRS. MOORHEAI) TO
CANNING CLUB MEMBERS

The vote on repeal in the House would be well calculated to send her
of Representatives is quite a fair ex-i back to the red-light resorts. The
pression of the sentiment of the Am-j great trouble with good people 'in
erican people. j dealing with such subjects is that
' j they seldom understand their own
Champ Clark's speech against the j attitude toward fallen women, no

WISE AND OTHERWISE

Sims bill Tuesday just about reha rehabilitated
bilitated rehabilitated him for all the grouches he
has shown in the last year. It was
broad and kindly; the sort of a
speech only a big man can make.

The Florida -delegation seems to
have divided orv the repeal question,
Gparkman and Wilson with the pres pres-atient,
atient, pres-atient, L'Engle against him and Frank
Clark appears to have been where
Moses was when the light went out.
Tampa Times.
When in Ocala Monday, Mr. Clark
announced himself against repeal,
and said he was paired, so his vote
would not be lost. He expected re repeal
peal repeal to win, however.

The illustrated magazine section of
the Tampa Tribune was devoted
Wednesday to a description of
Sumter county. It gave a map of
the county, pictures of the new court court-bouse
bouse court-bouse at Bushnell, high school build building
ing building at Bushnell, junior high school at
Webster andv many handsome busi business
ness business buildings and fine residences,
fields, groves and gardens through throughout
out throughout Sumter with write-ups to match.
It is a first class advertisement, and
should bring excellent results to Ma Marion's
rion's Marion's sister county.

Some of that talk about Sparkman
being a "reactionary" will have to be
taken back now, we rather think.
Reactionaries don't usually vote with

a progressive president. Tampa
Times.
The "reactionary" business is
worked to death. 'A small bunch of
politicians in the state have arbi arbitrated
trated arbitrated to themselves custody of the
progressive yardstick, and every
time a man or a newspaper differs
from them, they label him or it "re "reactionary."
actionary." "reactionary." This bunch is becoming
proscriptive, xather than progressive,
and they are making the people tired.

more than they understand the worn

en themselves nor the conditions'

they are trying to rescue them from.
The only way to rescue a woman
who desires to reform is to give her
a full opportunity to be respectable
and treat her like she is respectable.
It is generally better to send her to
another community, where she won't
have to contend with the very nat natural
ural natural reluctance of a large proportion
of the people to believe in her sin sincerity,
cerity, sincerity, as well as the insults of the
Pharisees who don't want to believe
it, and the almost certain attempts
of profligate men to drag her back to
the pit. Many girls want to reform,
and many could be by sincere and
tactful effort, but they might as well,
or better, be put in reform schools
as in "homes."

(Clipped Without Credit)
The less a woman means it the
louder she can laugh.
Many an orator makes his best
point when he comes to a stop.
Don't sit around and wait for op opportunity
portunity opportunity to knock. Keep the door
ajar.
People who believe everything
they hear might be lucky if they
were a little deaf.
More people might acquire wisdom
if they were'not preoccupied With
foolishness.
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A critic may be a man with a won wonderful
derful wonderful instinct for discovering the
sore spots of his superiors.
The photographer has to do a lot
of retouching in order to convince a
woman that her portrait is a good
likeness.

Superintendent Will Stum be Out in
the County to Encourage this
Great Work
I wish to say to my canning club
members throughout the county, that
I am planning to visit each one just
as soon as it is possible to get to
them. Marion county stands now so
prominent before the other counties
of the state that we cannot afford to
let our records be lowered. There Therefore,
fore, Therefore, I hope each member will feel
it a duty to stand loyaly by the club
work, which if well done will surely
mean success. If for some reason a
member has become discouraged, re remember
member remember there is yet time to begin
work and make good. The canning
club is still open to membership and
seed will be given when desired.
Respectfully,
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead,

Agt. Girls Canning Clubs, Marion Co.

Speaker Champ Clark is a plausi plausible
ble plausible but not a profound man. He

grows angry at the thought of being

asked to bolt the democratic plat

form. It would appear from this that

e regards a party declaration more

sacredly than he does a party prin

ciple. The democratic party has al always
ways always been opposed to subsidies. The

fact that it was placed in the last

farty platform doesn't change the

preachments of a generation. Or

lando Sentinel.
The people who put that exemp exemption
tion exemption plank in the democratic plat platform
form platform acted suspiciously like the cor corporation
poration corporation lobbyists who try to insert
a joker in every' law intended for the
benefit of the people. Not only was
the plank against democratic faith,
and in direct contradiction of an another
other another plank, 'but few people knew it
was there until the movement to re re-leal
leal re-leal began.

The Kentucky legislature passed a
most stringent anti-cigarette law. It
prohibits the sale of the little coffin
nails to a person under 18 years, un under
der under heavy penalty, and provides that
if an officer sees a youth smoking
one he shall arrest him and take him
before a magistrate, who shall com compel
pel compel him, under penalty of being sent
to jail, to tell from whom he obtained
it. Orlando Reporter-Star.
Such a law is badly needed in
Florida. Never a day passes that
boys from eight years up are not
seen in various parts of this city

smoking the poisonous cigarette, and

we believe the Kentucky law is the
only way to stop it. It is hoped the
next session of the Florida legisla legislature
ture legislature will enact a law equally as
stringent as the blue grass legisla

tors have placed upon the statute
books. Gainesville Sun.
The Star was under the impres impression
sion impression that a law against selling cig cigarettes
arettes cigarettes to minors already existed in
Florida, but one to arrest a boy be because
cause because he is smoking would be a lit little
tle little too stringent to stand the test of
the courts or public opinion.

DISMUKES 18
A PHILANTHROPIST
OF DENTISTRY
St. Augustine Record: Free to
every white school child of St. Johns
county is the dental work done by
Dr. Sellers at the office provided for
him in the high school building.
There have been many false rumors
afloat as to whom this work was re restricted
stricted restricted to. The innovation has
proven a splendid success and has al already
ready already resulted in improved work up upon
on upon the part of many pupils.
Credit for this innovation is due
Jno. T. Dismukes who, by his gener generosity,
osity, generosity, has made it possible. It has at attracted
tracted attracted wide and favorable attention
to St. Johns county.

FINAL MEETING FOR
TERM OF 1013-1914

Of Teachers of Marion County in
Ocala April Eleventh
The last meeting of the Marion
County Educational Association for
the school year of 1913-14, will be
held Saturday, April 11.
The meeting will be held in the
Woman's Club room and will begin
at 11 o'clock. The following pro program
gram program has been arranged:
Invocation.
"Weak Points in Intermediate
Work" Mr. W. D. Cam.
History Demonstration. Miss
Elizabeth Mays.
Aims and Methods in Intermedi Intermediate
ate Intermediate Work. Miss Elizabeth Mizelle.
Open discussion.
This will be the last meeting of
the asociation for the school year
and a full attendance is especially
desired.

FRESH EGGS THAT ARE FRESH

EVERY ONE GUARANTEED.

Call IP flu one

W. H. MARSH

City Market

Windsor Hold
Jacksonville's Finest
AND
Florida's Largest and Best Year
Round Hotel
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister to
Home Hotel of the State

European Plan $1.50 Per Day and Upward
A. M.Wilson. Thus. M. Wilson,
ASST. MGR. PROP. AND MGR
Jacksonville, Florida

SEABOARD AIR L.INK SCHEDULE

The Jacksonville Metropolis says
of Col. C. V. de Martine, who will
always be remembered kindly in
Ocala: "Col. Charles W. de Martine,
a Jacksonville man, familiarly known

as the "Count of Monte Carlo," is
now making a favorable reputation
for himself in the movies with Ol Ol-cott
cott Ol-cott International Players. His

I many years of experience in the sec

ret service of the Internal Revenue
Department of the United States, in
rounding up moonshiners, has taught
him to "suit the action to the word,
and the word to the action,"- which
is invaluable in the photoplay busi

ness.

IT'S A.
GOOO
BUY WORD

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

Because they are always good, are

guaranteed to be fresh, and they
offer you the finest varieties of
Sweets prepared by the world's best

candy-makers.

T. W. TROXLER

The Home of Huyler's.

A movement is on foot in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville to help unfortunate girls to
reform and lead respectable and use useful
ful useful lives. For this purpose, a promi prominent
nent prominent minister is trying to raise funds
to build a home in which the girls
can live while they work and put
themselves on the line of possibility
to have homes of their own. Said
home would be under the manage management
ment management of a board of directors chosen
from the churches. Seems to the
Star like such a home would remind
the women a good deal of the re restricted
stricted restricted districts it is proposed to re redeem
deem redeem them from. The very fact that
a girl lived in such an institution
would put a brand on her and cause
lieY to meet treatment, both from the
respectable and disreputable that

Mil. STOCKTON MUST

ADVANCE MORE REASON

Kill MI

Tampa Tribune: Mr. Fletcher's re record
cord record has been admirable. He ex exhibited
hibited exhibited rare courage when he cast
his vote for Senator Lorimer and
while most of us do not agree with
his decision in that matter, we must
give him credit for the exercise of

his honest prerogative.

ness has brought him recognition at ;

the hands of the big party leaders!
and of the president. He is thor-l1- F BLAT.OCK

Southbound
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a

m.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.

No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville

Q:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;

arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.

Xo. 9 limited I'aves Jacksonville
11:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p

m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.

Northbound
Xo. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;

arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives

Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.
Xo. 4 local leaves Tampa 8 m.;
arrives Ocala, 12:01 a. m.; leaves
Ocala 12:16 p. m.; arrives Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 4:20 p. m.
Xo. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p.
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. jn.

JUST RECEIVED
THE NEW HOTPOINT
An Electric Stove and Toaster Combined
Price, $5.00
e w. warn
-'The Home of Hotpoint Appliances."

COAST LINE'S TIME CARD

J. E. CHACE
Dental Surgeon
Room? 9, 10, li, Holder Block
Phone 250
OCALA, FLORIDA

His astute-

! Terms: Cash.

oughly familiar with the committee
work he has started for the perfec- s
tion of the rural credit system, and
his labors for the advancement of!
waterways and Southern commercial j
conditions must net him some re-i
ward. It would be just a little in-

appropos at this time to call him
from the work he is doing without
more reason than we have as yet seen
advanced by Mr. Stockton.

Dental Surgeon

Office Over Commercial Eank

OCAA, f LORIDA
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala

The winter schedu'e of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line is now in effect. It
is as follows:
Southbound
Xo. 39 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
a. m., arrives Gainesville at 12:30
a. m., arrives Ocala at 2:40, arrives
St. Petersburg at 9:10 p. m.
Xo. 9 leaves Jacksonville at 3:40
D. m., arrives Gainesville at 6:53 p.
m., anives Ocala at 8:45 p. m., ar arrives
rives arrives at Leesburg at 10 p. m.
No. 37 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
p m., arrives Gainesville 12:37 a.
m.. arrives Ocala 2:18 a. m., ai rives
St. Petersburg 8 a. m.
Northbound

Xo. 3S leaves St. Petersburg 8:30

I p. m., arrives Ocala at 2:20 a. m.,
I arrives Gainesville 3:58 a. m. and
j arrives Jacksonville 7 a. m.
i Xo. 10 leaves Leesburg at 4:45 a.
j m., arrives Ocala at 6:05 a. m., ar ar-i
i ar-i rives Gainesville at 7:55 a. m. and
(arrives Jacksonville at 10:55 a. m
Xo. 4 0 leaves St. Petersburg at
;0:30 a. m., arrives Ocala 12:54 p.
m., leaves Ocala 1:14 p. m., arrives
! Gainesville at 3:30 p. m., arrives
Jacksonville at 6:30 p. m.

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"The Old House Under New Management.'9

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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
house.

Under same manacrement a Kpvtnnp Wrt1 ?

Q
Fernandina, Fla.
LOUIS N. LONG, Manager, 0cAa

committees or vwr. coi cn,

Dr. W. K. Lane Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Xoe and Throat. Office Law
Library Building, Ocala. Adv.

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Finance E. E. Robinson, chair chair-sn;
sn; chair-sn; M. J. Roe?-, C. W. Hunter.
Judiciary M. J Roess, chairman;
C. Bennett, H. A. Fausett.
Street W. A. Knight, chairman;
A. Carmichael, E. E. Robinsor.
Cemetery J. G. Smith, chairman;
, E. Robinson, M. J. Roess.
Fire E. C. Bennett, chairman; J.

X. Tolar, H. A. Fau&ett.
Police C. W. Hunter, chairman;
V. A. Knight, J. X. Tolar. I
' Market J. X. Tolar, chairman; J.
C. Smith, II A. Fausett.
Sanitary C. W. Hunter, chair chairman;
man; chairman; II. A. Fausett, J. C. Smith.
Building H. A. Fausett. chair chairman;
man; chairman; J. C. Smith, J. X. Tolar.
Light and Water M. J. Roess,
YV. A. Knight, G. A. CarmichaeL



THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, APRIL. 2, 1014

FTVXX

call to the
OLD CONFEDERATES

BELLEVIEW'S BUDGET

!

(Continued from First Paze)

I
rade of every camp, he extends a
cordial invitation to visit whenever!
in the city. Division headquarters at :
311 Dyall-'Upchurch Building. Jack- j
sonville, Fla. j
Your commander has added to he
division staff formerly announced,
the following well known and worthy
comrades: Lt. Col. Theo. H. Willard
(Jacksonville, Fla.), Assistant Adju Adjutant
tant Adjutant General; Lt. Col. Richard C.
Parkhill ( Montcello, Fla.), Assist Assistant
ant Assistant Adjutant General.
Your commander also announces
the following appointments upon the
Staff Most Honorable: Mrs. II. H.
McCreary, Gainesville. Fla., Matron
of Honor; Miss Jessie Palmer Part Partridge,
ridge, Partridge, Monticello. Fla., Division
Sponsor; Miss Elizabeth Taylor,
Gainesville. Fla., Maid of Honor;
Miss Janet Weathers, Ocala, Fla.,
Maid of Honor; Miss S. Blossom
White, Jacksonville, Fla., Maid of
Honor.
Unto the division, I commend
these true and loyal daughters of our
beloved Southland to your most ex exalted
alted exalted respect.
At the convention held in Bartow,
October, 1910, a resolution was ad adopted
opted adopted creating a partial amalgama amalgamation
tion amalgamation of the three organizations: The
United Confederate Veterans, The
Sons of t Confederate Veterans, and
the United Daughters of the Confed Confederacy.
eracy. Confederacy. Unto the. Sons we send this
assurance of a cordial welcome at the
great reunion. Unto the Daughters
we would say that you must honor us
with your presence, for without you
we fail. Every preparation possible,
every thought imaginable, for your
comfort and delight, has been made,
in the preparation for this event.
By order
John L. Inglis. Major General,
Commanding Fla., Div. U. C. V.
W. H. Sebring,
Adjt. Gen. and Chief of Staff.

day- with him

automobile.
Mr. L. E. Franklin,
daughter, of Barston. 111.,

:oing in the latter's

INCIDENTS AT OAK

wife and j
who have

Interesting Incidents in the Live of! spent the winter here with Mr.'C. E.

j Albertson. left for their northern j

the el'ople of the City of Oaks
Belleview, April 1. An oyster

supper at the Hotel Marion, to be j mucn an:1 no doubt
given by the Civic League, Saturday, j again next season.

evening, April 4.

S rine Items of Interest from Ocala
Live Manufacturing Suburb

home Tuesday. These good people j
have enjoyed our balmy winter very j

will be here

Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Woodcock,

T- T I UAT.binj onr? Mr V V

.ills. i J i-j. iiui;aiuo u u i j - , i i t j tt
here, left tor his home Tuesday. We
Roberts made a trip in Mr. I. F. .,, . .

Haviland's automobile to Silver

Springs last Monday.
Mrs. E. L. Bush and Mr. Colley
Wellington entertained the Pinochle
Club at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Dorrothy, last Monday night.
The young people turned out en
masse last Monday night at the town
hall, to have a good time roller
skating, and muchly to their sur surprise
prise surprise found Mr. and Mrs. Cogswell
and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Haskell
with two big freezers of ice cream
and a plenty of cake, which they dis dispensed
pensed dispensed free of charge to all who
came. Who says that this was not

of thoughtfulness'

Echo

WOODMEN" OF THE WOULD

Fort King Camp Xo. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
and fourth Friday. Visiting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns always welcome. Adv.
F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas K. Sage, Clerk.

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

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DAYLIGHT ROUTE
SHIFT AND PALATIAL
YACHT "CITY OF OCALA"
Three round trips a week
between Silver Springs and
Palatka over the beautiful
tourist route, Silver Springs
run and Oklawaha river, fam famed
ed famed in song and story as the
most wierdly beautiful water waterway
way waterway in the world. Boat sails
from Silver Springs very
Tuesday, Thursday and oatur oatur-day
day oatur-day morning at 8 o'clock.
Sails from Palatka every
Monday, Wednesday and Fri Friday
day Friday at 6:30 a. m. Trips made
entirely by daylight. Elegant
a la carte service on board.
Every accommodation, con convenience
venience convenience and safety aopli aopli-ance.
ance. aopli-ance. For furth.r information, ap apply
ply apply or write to
C. (Ed) Carmichael,

Ocala, Fla.

an act

answers
Little John McAllister, in doing
some climbing and acrobatic acts,
fell and broke his arm. The last fall
that little Johnny had broke his
leg.
Mr. Robert F. Mitchell, with his
sister, Miss Mary Mitchell, left for
New Haven, Conn., last Monday, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by their cousin Miss Eas Easter,
ter, Easter, who has been in the Marion
County Hospital the last month or
0.
Mr. John W. Titus left last Tues

day night tor uaiitorma.
The school children are anticipat anticipating
ing anticipating a picnic on the shores of Lake
Weir, at the breaking up of school.
.Miss Maggie Whisenant made a
trip to Ocala last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Lowell, from
Chicago, came in last Monday, much
tc the surprise of their many friends
and will tarry with us for a while
and proceed upon their sightseeing
journey around' the state.
Dr. Camp, of North Lake Weir,
spent several hours in town last
Tuesday, on his way to Ocala.
Mum was the word at the mum
social given at the home of Mrs.
Bessie M. Burgees, last Tuesday, and
it was not so extra dry either, figu figuratively
ratively figuratively speaking, because everyone
that attended had a swell time. Miss
Grace "Stanley won the prize, which
proves that she is an exceptionally
close-mouthed young lady, and
everybody had a good time, and
went home happy.

Oak, April 1. Business at the
plant of the McDowell Crate & Lum Lumber
ber Lumber Company is very active. The
shipments of crates for all kinds o-f
truck now in season are large. Mr.
Arnold who has the combined care
of his late partner as well as his

will expect this good man back again j own js very successful, thereby

Mr. C. H. Edgerly, of Akron, O..
who came here about December 10.

i and who has spent so many winters

next winter.
Messrs. E. C. Albertson and Boone
Syler were in Oklawaha between
trains Tuesday.
Mr. Adams of South Lake Weir,
traded in Ocala Tuesday.
Milton Albertson, who has been
putting up fruit at Orlando, return returned
ed returned home Tuesday. He had as help helpers
ers helpers from here Messrs. Clegg Chaney,
S. H. Hail and Paul Schmid.
Mr. E. Sehnitzler autoed to Ocala
and return Monday.
E. C. Jr., son of E. C. Albertson,
arrived the latter part of the week
from Kansas to make relatives an
extended visit.
A. A. Bartlett and daughter, Mrs.

Pure Peaniitt Lard
In Sealed 2 and 4 Pound Tins
Put up and guaranteed by Reddick Ice &
Packing Company.
Try this Pure Florida Product.
FOR SALE BY
The Cam-Thomas Co.

PHONE 163

dly tues-thurs-sat

proving that the organization of the
late Lee Howell was complete, and
the business goes on without a hitch.
John 'Seiler has just completed the
building of an express pavilion for
the Southern Express Company, to
accommodate the business of handl handling
ing handling the immense shipments in May
and June.
The truck growers here are com combining
bining combining in making Oak a bigger ship shipping
ping shipping point this year than ever before

and plans are complete to build an-j

other large packing house south of
the present one.
F. W. Webber, who gives Oak the
essential summer comfort ice for re refrigerators
frigerators refrigerators and ice. water, is increas-

Connor, were in Ocala Wednesday, j ing his plant to double its capacity.
Miss Irene Gates left Wednesday His cold storage is a boon to Oakians
afternoon for Webster, where she j and their neighbors.

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We are equipped with the Latest, Largest, Rest Vulcanizing
plant in Central Florida. Any sized tire handled at one time.
All work Guaranteed to e First-Class.
Bring us your Casings and Tubes to be Vulcanized.
Worn out tires and tubes nought.

expects to spend several months with
her sister, Mrs. John Brown.

FISK and FIRESTONE TIRES
of all sizes and rims, always in stock
DAVIES, The Tire Man
I Phone 438- OCALA, FLORIDA Main St.. near Postofflce,

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"WEIRSDALE

Weller Carmichael,
V Silver Springs, Fla.

Charles Rodoff,
Palatka. Florida.
OR
the
SILVER SPRINGS CO. I
Ocala Silver Springs .PaWka

Planning for the
Stork's Arrival
Among, thope things which all womn
Should know of. and many of them do,
is a splendid ex

ternal

Bill

application

sold in most drug
stores under the
name of '"Mother's
Friend." It is a
penetrating' liquid
and many and many

a mother tells how I
it so wonderfully j

aided them through i undav

tr.e period ot expec-

Irs chief purpose is to render the

Weirsdale, April 1. J. M. Doug Douglas
las Douglas was in Ocala Friday.
The state Christian Endeavor con convention,
vention, convention, which convened in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville recently, was a very popular

meeting. The Weirsdale society was
represented by Miss Grace Simpson,
Mrs. Boone Syler and Mr. Alton B.
Coggins. The delegates from here
returned home Monday.
Mrs. S. S. Simpson, of Alton, Fla.,
was shopping in Ocala Friday.
Mr. John F. 'Sigmon, of South
Florida, arrived Friday for a few
days' visit with relatives.
Mr. Seagroat, of Tampa, was a
week end guest of Mr. !E. Schneitz Schneitz-ler
ler Schneitz-ler and family.
Mrs. Walter Perry, of Edgar, vis visited
ited visited a fewr days recently with Mrs.
H. H. Rast.
Mr. W. B. Clark, from New Eng England
land England states, whose company has been
so much enjoyed by the boys here all
winter, left Saturday for Mascotte,
where he has work on a truck farm.
Mr. Clark seemed a very congenial
young man and will be missed from
our circle.
Mr. Fred Black has been acting as
agent for the A. C. L. Railway at
Okehumka this week.
Mrs. C. S. Gates, of South Lake
Weir returned home Monday from a
visit at Webster. She brought her
grandson. Master Brown, home with
her.
Miss flurry, our efficient school
teacher, who was a week end visitor
out of town, returned Sunday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Sunday services at the church
were well attended. Rev. Logan, the
pastor, preached at 10:30 and or ordained
dained ordained and installed as elders
Messrs. J. M. Douglas and R. L.
Lytle. Evangelist D. C. Bacon,
preached in the evening.
Mr. Allen Cameron was in Ocala

tancv.

tendons, ligaments arid muscles so pliant
that nature's expansion may be aecom-

pusnea wunout tno intense strain so j

often characteristic of tho period of
expectancy.
At any rate it is reasonable to believe
that since '"Mother's Friend" has been a
companion to motherhood for more than
half a century no more timely advice
could be given the inexperienced mother
than to suggest its daily use during ex expectancy.
pectancy. expectancy. Ask at any drug store for "brother's
Friend," a penetrating, external liquid
of great help and value. And write to
Bradfield Regulator Co., 302 Lamar Bldg..
Atlanta, Ga., for their book of useful
and timely information to expectant
mothers. It contains many suggestions
that are of interest to all women.

SOUTH LAKE WEI II

South Lake Weir, April 2. Mr.
E. C. Albertson, Jr., of Sedwick,
Kansas, took his parents and friends
by surprise last Saturday. He will
return home in a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. L. ,E. Franklin and
daughter returned to their home in
Barstow, 111.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Stanton re returned
turned returned from a trip over on the east
coast Tuesday.
Mrs. C. S. Gates returned Monday
after a week's visit at Webster with
her son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Brown. Master Karl Brown
accompanied her home.
Mr. C. W. Willard spent a few
days in Tampa last week.
Mr. John Sigmon is at home for a
visit to his parents.
Mr. McC. Canover from Lake City
was here on business for the S. A.
L. Railway Wednesday.
Miss Irene Gates goes to Webster
Thursday for an extended visit.

The Oakcrest Farm, under the
management of Mr. John Seiler, the

superintendent, is now cultivating!

the soil and making the ground soft
around the plants as they are grow growing
ing growing faslin this ideal growing weath weather.
er. weather. This farm's equipment is the

best in implements and we hope the'

owner's efforts will be realized in a
bountiful crop.
Many new people are moving into
Oak, where employment is always
found in the crate factory.
The fire caused by the lantern in
the garage of Henry Griggs, where whereby
by whereby it was destroyed Sunday night,
will make him feel less kindly dis disposed
posed disposed to help auto drivers who seek
gasoline and leave behind a wreck
by sheer carelessness.

Oak has a number of lodge mem

bers that are regular attendants on
lodge nights in Ocala and help along
the good work always found in their
meetings.
Dr. Weaver entertained "a party of
Ocala folks Sunday evening at his
bungalow, and always has the latch latch-string
string latch-string out for his numerous Ocala
friends.
The public school picnic of the
Griner Farm school, held Tuesday,
was a great success. The parents of
the scholars, and also their friends,
enjoyed the day.
The program was begun with a
song.
Recitations by Roy Starborough,
Cephus Fore and Ules Hardester.
Exercise, "Boy Wanted" six
boys.
Recitations by Lucile Murphy,
Florence Clark, Iva Colbert and
Lelia Wells.
Dialogue, by Essie Peebles, Ruth
Gray and Lennis Perkins.
Recitations by Zeda Cahoon, Clara
Wells, Gany Pebbles and Zelm Ca Cahoon.
hoon. Cahoon. Dialogue by ten boys and girls, i
Recess.
Recitations by Violet Abshier, Es Essie
sie Essie Peebles and Carlos Griggs.
Dialogue by Lucile Murphy, Ceph Cephus
us Cephus Fore and Louise Murphy.
Recitation by Pearl Fore, Marie
Denny and Mervin Perkins.
Recitations by Clyde Sellers, Drew
Crews, Earl Luffman, Vera Crews
and Louise Murphy.
Dialogue by boys and girls.
At the beginning of the term two
sets of prizes were offered, one by

Flush out the accumulated waste Lv, w

STRENGTHENS WEAK
AND TIRED WOMEN

"I was under a great strain nurs nursing
ing nursing a relative through three months'
sickness," writes Mrs. J. C. Van De
Sande, of Kirkland, 111., and "Elec "Electric
tric "Electric Bitters kept me from breaking
down. I will never be without it."
Do you feel tired and worn out? Xo
appetite and food won't digest? It
isn't the spring weather. You need
Electric Bitters. Start a month's
treatment today; nothing better for
stomach, liver and kidneys. The great
spring tonic. Relief or money back.
50c and $1, at your druggist. Adv.

THE METROPOLITAN
SAVINGS

BANK

This bank is always open until 8
o'clock in the evening on Saturdays
and Mondays; on other days of the
week it closes at 3 o'clock in the aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The bank will observe all
legal holidays, both state and na national,
tional, national, and will remain closed on
those days.
George Giles, President.
Frank P. Gadson, Cashier. 3-19-tf

SPRING LAXATIYS
AND BLOOD CLEANSER

and poisons of the winter months;

cleans your stomach, liver and kid kidneys
neys kidneys of all impurities. Take Dr.
King's New Life Pills; nothing bet better
ter better for purifying the blood. Mild,
non-griping laxative. Cures consti constipation;
pation; constipation; makes you feel fine. Take
no other. 25c, at your druggist.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve for all
hurts.

NOTICE TO CKEDITORS
AND OTHERS

The undersigned naving been duly duly-appointed
appointed duly-appointed and having qualified as
administrator of the estate of Carlos
L. Sistrunk deceased, now calls upon
all creditors, legatees, distributees
and all persons having claims or de demands
mands demands against the said estate to pre present
sent present them within the time prescribed
by law.
This February 4th, 1914.
S. T. Shrunk.
s Administrator of the Estate of
Carlos L. Sistrunk, Deceased.

Rev. J. A. Logon went to Center
iill Sunday afternoon for the even evening
ing evening service with his other appoint appointment.
ment. appointment. The meeting which has been in
progress for the past two weeks,
closed with Monday evening's ser service.
vice. service. Evangelist Bacon labored
earnestly and no doubt caused many
:e have a deeper interest in thing thing-spiritual.
spiritual. thing-spiritual. Mr. Bacon left for Winter
Haven Tuesday morning, by way of
Leesburg and Sanford. He went

from here with his friend Mr. Teeter
of Lake county, who visited a few

cipal. The trustees gave $6 to be
divided between the grammar and
primary grades, in sums of three,
two and one dollars.
In the grammar grade the first
prize went to Jennie Griggs; second
and third divided equally between
Earl Luffman and Lewis Jenkins.
In the primary grade, first and
second prizes were divided between
Wen ten Peebles and Carlos Griggs
The principal prizes for spoiling
in the grammar grade was awarded
to Jennie Griggs, Louise Perkins and
Ulus Hardester.
After the picnic dinner and enter entertainment
tainment entertainment the school closed for the
season.
Among the guest? were the trus

tees. County Superintendent and Mrs.

Brinson. Mrs

ilv. Mrs. John Seiler and Mrs. For-i

nev.

WMfe Star Mm.
Transfer & Storage Co.
Teams For Rent Light and Heavy Hauling

PHONE 296

Packing and Storing
Shipping of Freight,
Furniture, Pianos
ami Safes.
Baggage Service
the Best.

AVe Sell
BEAVER BOARD
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price
INVESIGATE.

COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.

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Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen
is a necessity. To supply that ne necessity
cessity necessity is Our Business.
Ocala Steam Laundry

102-404 S. Main Street
OCAliA, FLORIDA

Phone 101.

REAL vs. FALSE 'Economy at This Time.
Resist the mental suggestion to curtain your regular taking of

ice until "the weather turns warm again.' Your refrigerator Ik
going nicely now; it is well chilled and it is doing full duty t
your practical SAVER.
Don't let it' lapse even a little bit it may sulk on you an tne
remainder of the season.
Maintain your regular supply of OUR ICE all tlirough the season.
That is the way tb save on yonr ice bill.
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO

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Choice oJ 5 Tourisll Trains
Norllh and Wcsi

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?o:i:e whole-?o:i:e beverage, delightful and re-

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Rapids and intermediate points.

iTION CARS

For tickes and information ca.l on Atlantic Coast Line tlckit
agents, or J. ii. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.. Tampa, I la., Hillshoro Hotel.

tperintendent and Mrs. vme Indianapolis, Cleveland, Grand Rapid
Lee Howell f. -! DINlNc; AND OJ1SKRVA'

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Biitehton. Anril 1. Messrs. J. W

Coulter and O. S. Sanders spent Fri- j
day in Ocala.
Mr. T. J. Burgess is on the sir-k

SUGAR HAMJlUtn LANDS
Pa rt ri dge- Wood row Co ni pa n y
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf

Mr. W. P. Hammons kitchen
caught fire Tuesday, but no great
damage was done. Mr. Hammons
called' to the colored people who
were attending a funeral nearby,

and an hundred or more responded j the death of Mr. Matt. Armstrong,
immediately. which occurred Friday night, at the
Dr. Blitch, Messrs. R. B. and Lan- home of Mr. R. B. Blitch.

dis Blitch and Miss Legie Blitch
motored to Lynne Tuesday.
Mrs. Moss, of Morriston, has re re-turned
turned re-turned home, after several days'
with her sister, Mr. B. C. Blitch.
Mr. Landis Blitch returned home
Thursday from an extended visit in
South Florida.
The community is saddened over

OPEN ALL NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe Is a first class
,,-iaee to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. It. Dewey, propr!e-
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nin r'ELLOW.?
Tuluia L.odge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening .' I 7:30 o'clock( la
i onge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis
tors in the city invited to be with usv.
H. D. Stokes, N.
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THE OCAI.A K r:I.G STAR. THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1914
PYTHIAN T"MI'LE INSTITUTED

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(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)

Mrs. R. A. Affred and daughter,
Mrs. L. W. Hendricks, of Port Inglis,
are with Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Connor
for a brief stay.
Mr. and Mrs. Shaddick and child children
ren children and Mrs. Teague and Miss Louise
Teague spent a delightful day at
Grand Island the guests of Miss
vEzell, driving down in Mr. Shad Shad-dick's
dick's Shad-dick's automobile. The day was per perfect,
fect, perfect, the road3 fine and Miss Ezell's
hospitality was much enjoyed. Lady
Lake notes in Times-Union.
A society cabaret will be given in
the Hotel Mason, Jacksonville, on
Easter Monday, the proceds to be for
the benefit of the Y. W. C. A. and the
Associated Charities. Miss Carita
Doggett is chairman of the commit committee
tee committee fn charge of arrangements and
among those assisting her will be
,Mia Frances Anderson.

and Mrs. CL L. Taveau, of Al-

tamont Springs ad guest Miss Ellis,
of Ooala, spent yesterday in the city.
Orlando Sentinel.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Hocker,
Misses Mary Burford, Minnie Stov Stov-all
all Stov-all and Mr. Clarence Meffert compos composed
ed composed a congenial party Motoring to
Lake Weir last night to attest the
April Fool hfelTaTnment-t the

,YachtClub.

Sir.

Miss Beulah Hall will be number numbered
ed numbered among the Ocala contingent at attending
tending attending grand opera, and while in

the guest of Miss

former schoolmate

ASffta?she will be

Ruth Blodgett, a

aBrenau College.

Mr?. J.
Borl&d.

Boris

B. Borland, Mrs. fHarry
Misses Louise and Ethel

Liud and Mrs. Tanner, of Citra,

rerejViSiicrs toaay. ine -Misses tior-

larxti lj?ave Wednesday for Fort My-

ers. to visit their cousin, Miss Edna
Bortaffll.

R. 5. Pll, has ferned to her home

iiornston.

Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Clark, of Mar Mar-tel,
tel, Mar-tel, spent the morning in Ocala at attending
tending attending to business and shopping.

Mrs. L. B. Tydings and daughter,
Mrs. Annie Strand, who have been
visiting friends and relatives for a
week, have returned to Williston.
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Mrs. J. B. Potter is the guest of
her daughter, Mrs. Ardis Water Waterman,
man, Waterman, arriving this afternoon from
Jacksonville. Mrs. Potter formerly
resided in Ocala and has numbers of
friends here who will greatly add to

the pleasure of her visit, which- is

the first since leaving this city is

ral years" ago

lections on the piano. Plans were
discussed for meeting of the grand
chapter, which meets April Sth in
Sanford, and Ocala chapter will be
well represented at that meeting.
Mrs. Harley served delicious staw-
berries with whipped cream, caramel
and angel cake.
Lovely Party Given by Miss Martlia
Kate Rentz
One of the prettiest parties, as
well as most delightful, brightening
the school term since Christmas for
a number of the girls composing the
school contingent, was given last
evening- when Miss Martha Kate
Rentz, the attractive daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. E. P. Rentz, entertained at
a lovely dinner party. The dinner
was to celebrate the hostesses' seven seventeenth
teenth seventeenth birthday and the happy event
was th occasion of Miss Martha
Kate being showered with best wish wishes
es wishes for many more, and the guests
were never more sincere tha" when
they wished for a similar arty each
succeeding year.
Dinner was served at 6 o'clock,
and the dining table, surounded by
fourteen 'merry guests and the,.lovely
hostess, with a color motif c pink
and white developed in the decora decorations,
tions, decorations, presented a most attractive
picture. The central table arrange arrangement
ment arrangement was a large birthday cake sur sur-.rounded
.rounded sur-.rounded by seventeeen lighted can

dies with delicate sprays of fern out out-liking
liking out-liking their bases and besides the
place cards, hand painted in pink
rosjes, there was at each cover a pink

case filled with salted aln onds

Vases of pink roses were

on the table and roses banked the

mantle, sideboard and serving table.
The dinner served in four courses,
consisted of grapefruit, chicken,
English peas,, mashed potatoes, bis biscuits,
cuits, biscuits, salad, olives, pickles, wafers,
ice cream and cake. Seated at the
table with the hostess were Misses
Virginia Sistrunk, Sue Moore, Eliza

beth Davis, A va Lee Edwards, Stella

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The members enrolled by Mrs. ;
Jennie R. Brown, during the meeting j

of the K. of P. Grand Lodge, met her
at the K. of P. hall last night and
were organized into Ocala Temple
No. 27. The following were elected
officers:
Past Most Excellent Chief Mrs.
A. E. Burnett.
Most Excellent Chief Mrs. Fannie
Anthony.
Most Excellent Senior Mrs. Geo.
J. Blitch.
Most Excellent Junior Mrs.

Charles Goddard.
Manager Mrs. T. E. Bridges.

Mistress of Records and Corres Correspondence
pondence Correspondence Mrs. Kate Howell.
Mistress of Finance Mrs. R. O.
Connor.
Protector Mrs. D. W. Tompkins.
Outer Guard Mrs. Fred McAteer.
Trustees Mrs. Chas. E. Ahearn,
Mrs. H. B. Baxter, Mrs. Hall.
The lodge met for floor work this
afternoon, and will meet again to
finish organtion this evening.
The masculine members of the
lodge will be initiated tomorrow
night.

MRS. REBECCA PALZIX

rose

a minis.

Mrs. J. B. Horrell. after a pleasant

few days' visit Iwith her sister, Mrs.and Nina Camp, Rexkxid, Mar

Mrs. P. D. Odell reived the sad
intelligence this morninjf- of the
death of her sister,' MrV Rebecca
Palzin at her home in iSpringport,
Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Odell left on the
Seaboard limited this afternoon for
Hamilton, Ohio, where thelriuneral
of Mrs. Palvin will be held Saturday.

DAUGHTERS OP DIXIE

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Mrs. L. P. JVYilson and infant son

Nathaniel Walker Wilson, reached
home this afternoon from Barnsville,

St. C. They were met in Jacksonville"
byNlrWilson.
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fcjlrs. Van Hood will entertain the
young people of the Temperance
League with an "As You Like It"
party Friday evening.
The Eastern Star sewing circle en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed a pleasant afternoon with Mrs.
L. W. Harley on Wednesday. Dur During
ing During the busy hour with needles Mrs.
Harley rendered several pleasing se-

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Ocala's
Always Popular

Moving Picture
Show

TONIGHT
THE SEA DOG
(Two reel feature dram)
A STRIKING RESEMBLANCE
(Thrilling drama)
A TRADE SECRET
(Drama)
A Vaudeville Comedy Sketch hy
SKA US A XI) COTHROX

Admission Always

Adults 10c.
1 Children 5c.

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garet Jackson, Catherine Pyles, Ruth
fy!tz, Bjknch Whaley, Eunice Ellis
and the hostess' three high school
teachers, Misses Deen, Scott and
Abernathy.
After dinner, the crowd, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Miss Louise 'Rentz and
Mrs. Almond, a guest of Mrs. Rentz,
went to the Temple theater, and
there another very pleasant hour
was enjoyed, after which the guests
returned to their homes.
At the Country Club
The gentlemen's handicap match
for the Ford Birdsey cup, is growing
more interesting as each week's
round is played. This afternoon the
third round was played as follows:
J. T. Lattner vs R. C. Camp.

J. M. Thomas vs C. H. Floyd.
A. E. Gerig vs Jack Camp.
Frank Drake vs Charlie Fishel.
All of the above contestants were
not on the links this afterno, but
before the week is over they will
meet their opponents and play off the
handicap. Yesterday afternoon was

ladies' afternoon and the prize for
the handicap match was an half doz dozen
en dozen golf balls offered by Mr. L. R.
Chazal. They were won by Miss Min Minnie
nie Minnie Gamsby, Miss Meta Jewett and
Mrs. C. H. Floyd.
Easter Sale
The Altar Guild of Grace Episco Episcopal
pal Episcopal church will have a sale Saturday,
April 4th, at the band stand of all
kinds of home made candies and a
variety of fancy work pieces.

Fair Young Ladies Chosen to Bright

en the Reunion by Gen-

I Forrest
Jacksonfe Metropolis: N. B.
ForresP4f of staff and adjutant
generaf'of the Sons of Confederate

Veterans, today announced the namjJ
of .the sponsor-in-chief, maids of
or, matron of honor and chapeTonre l

for the coming Confederate reunion.
These young ladies are among the
fairest of the daughters of Dixie.
They were all chosen because of

their connection with the soldiers of

the South in the great war between
the states.

The following young ladies have

been honored by the Sons of Confed Confederate
erate Confederate Veterans for the coming reunion:

Miss Virginia Kemper Lvnch. of

Norfolk, Va., daughter of Dr. ahd

Mrs. Junius F. Lynch, has been ap appointed
pointed appointed sponsor-in-chief of the Sons
of Confederate Veterans for the

White Canvas Shoes
For :: Easter
We have them in alL styles, kinds and
prices in Jumps, Coloifials, Buttons and
Ties, Turns and Welts.
' Taumgp Pnnmmps
All Leather
Patent, Gun Metal, Vici, Russia

SEE OUR TANGO SETS.

Masters (Did,

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service at a private in Brooklyn
Grays. 23rd Virginia Regiment, was

arterwards made a

served in General

lieutenant

Jackson's

'Foot

whole South for the reunion to be i v n 1
. .! Cavalry" through his allej cam

appointment was made by William
W. Old, Jr., of Norfolk, Va., commander-in-chief
of the Sonspf Con-

... who enlisted as a private in John-

Miss Rubenette Lee, Irvington, n

Va., maid of" honor. Daughter of

Hon. W. McDonald Lee, mt-iber of

paign.

Mrs. Nathan Bedford Fiorrest,
Memphis, Tenn., matron of honor.
Daughter of Thomas Newton Patton,

(About our Suits)
One man said: "THEY ARE NOT WOOL."

PLEASURE AXI PATRIOTISM

Will Illend in Happy Measure at the
Sons of Veterans Social, Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday Evening, April 4
The Sons of Confederate Veterans
will keep open house in the parlors
of the Woman's Club on Tuesday
evening. April 14, from S to 10. All
Veterans, Sons and Daughters are in invite:!
vite:! invite:! to attend this social gathering.
There will be a short program of
song and story. Refreshments will
be served. It is hoped that a large
number will attend and enjoy the
hospitality of the camp.

the Executive Council, S. C. V., and
past commander of the Virginia Di Division,
vision, Division, S. C. V., granddaughter of
Alexander Y. Lee, major of engineers
on the staff of General Beauregard,
afterwards serving, S?th Gen. Joseph
E. Johnson.
Miss Evelyn Stewart, St. Louis,
Mo., maid of honor. Daughter of
Alcie W. Stewart, who entered the
Confederate service as a private of
the 20th Louisiana -Regiment, and
was afterwards promoted to a lieu lieutenant.
tenant. lieutenant. Lieut. Stewart participated
in many battles, including Perryville,
Ky., Chickamauga, and Missionary
Ridge.

Miss Ella King, Jacksonville, Fla.,

maid of honor. Daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. King. Granddaughter of
Thos. F. King and S. C. Tucker, hoth
of whom served in General Dickin Dickinson's
son's Dickinson's command.
Mrs. John W. Boswell, Danville,
Va., chaperone. Daughter of Thomas
Edmunds of Halifax county, Virgin-

son s Brigade, Forrest Cavalry, and
served in the above, command dur during
ing during the entire war, sursendering at
Gainesville, Ala. Mrs. Forrest is the
wife of N. B. Forrest, adjutant gen general
eral general and chief of staff of the Sons of
Confederate Veterans.

Another man said: "They are made from OLD GOt)DS.

MISSIONARY MEETING

The Indies' Missionary Society of
the Methodist church will meet to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, Friday afternoon, at three
o'clock, at the Methodist church.
Business' of importance will be up
for transaction and a full attendance
is urged.

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

Moose meet Thursday evening.

WOOD
PHONE 503
For Good Wood I

BIG Load fur $1.
Your Order will have
Immediate Attention.

:J. L. SMOAR
At Snioak's Wagon Shop.

OCALA CHURCH DIRECTORY

PRESBYTERIAN Corner of Ft.!

King avenue and Watula street; pas pastor
tor pastor W. H. Dodge; residence 309 Ft.
King avenue; phone 233. Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a.m.;
superintendent W. H. Dodge; morn morning
ing morning sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Mis Mission
sion Mission Society 3 p. m.; evening sermon
7:15 o'clock. Midweek prayer meet meeting
ing meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30.
CATHOLIC North Magnolia St.;
priest, D. Bottolacio; residence 327
North Orange street; Sunday ser services:
vices: services: High mass 10 a. m.; vespers
5 p. m.; Sunday school 3 to 5 p. m.;
communion services second Sundays
6:30 a. m.; also regular service.
EPISCOPAL Corner S. Broadway
and Watula streets; rector, Rev. Jas.
G. Glass; residence 311 S. Broadway;
phone 415. Sunday services: Holy
communion 7:30 a. m.; Sunday
school, 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer,
litany and sermon 11 a. m.; evening
prayer 7:30 p. m.; choir practice
":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-

ror J. M. Gross; residence 99 Fort
King averue; phone 157; Sunday

I services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m.,
j superintendent L. N. Green; morn

ing sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League 4 p. ni.; Senior Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League 6:30 p. m.; evening
sermon 7 o'clock. Midweek prayer

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A big fat man said:
when I see It."

"I can tell one

Phone 481

If you want to bav or sell
FURNITURE.
New and Second Hand
Household Goods
Farm Tools, Harness Etc.
Easy Payments if Desirei.
A. M. B0BBITT,
310 S. Main St. Ocala Fla.

meeting Wednesday evening

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Choir practice Friday evening at the j
church. j
BAPTIST Corner North Magno- j

lia and North Second streets; pastor
Bunyan Stephens; residence 520 Ok Ok-Iawaha
Iawaha Ok-Iawaha 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
6:43 p. m.; evening sermon 7:30 p.
m. Midweek prayer meeting Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening 7:30 o'clock.

HE LIED

Another man said:
TAILOR MADE."

'They are not

HE LIED

EVERY. KNOCK IS A BOOST for
oui Suits.
Don't take OUR WORD.
Don't take OUR COMPETITOR'S.
Come see the WOOLENS and the
CLOTHES MADE UP.

SUET

Made to
Your
Order

iET A "FIT" NOT A "GUESS."

English Woolen Mills
Cam Building OCALA, FLORIDA

Read Our UNCI ASSIFDED ADS. for yonr wants

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THE OCALA EVEXIXG STAR.

TiiriLsuAV, ati::l 2,
1914
SEYE3

ANNOUNCEMENTS

INCINERATED THE I X STRUM EXT

.STATE ATTORNEY

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Menilxrs of the Iake Weir Yacht
Club Have Ruined their
Mortgage

UNCLASSIFIED ADS RETURN ULANY

BIRDS

j Burning the mortgage on the Lake

; Weir Yacht Club house Wednesday
'evening was witnessed by a large at-IFOR RENT

Lost Found, Wanted, For Sals

! For Rant and Similar Local Needs

New YorK Naturalists Repcnj Species
That Have Been Missing for
i Years Coming Back.

Albany, N. Y. It appears that

! birds are becoming more numerous
Up-stairs, consisting of in New York state. This applies not

'tendance, some twenty-five or thirty!
1 going from Ocala, and over two hun-j
; dred assembling from the shores oft

I the lake. Commodore Goodwin made
jthe following address before lighting
I the bonfire that consumed the docu-
! merit:

. "Dearlv beloved, we are gathered ;

together here in the face of this com-j
1

pany to perform crematory' rights on

the mortgage on the Lake Weir club j
house. If any man can show just
cause why this ceremony shall not j
lawfully be performed; if any con-!

three rooms and bath; furnished
for light housekeeping: cistern
and city water. Mrs. P. H. Gillen.

No. 1 S. 5th St. 3-24-?
REFRIGERATOR FOR SALE Will
hold 30 pounds of ice. Apply at
30 4 South Lime street, or phone
"Mi; ?;'

! WANTED Boy 15 to IS years old

who writes fairly good hand.
Steady employment to the right
party. Apply at English Woolen
Mills, Carn block. 4-1-tf

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

tractor, builder, creditor or other i

party in interest, has any kick to de deliver,
liver, deliver, let him speak now, or else
hereafter forever hold his peace.
"A mortgage that is born of en

terprise, sometimes hath a long time ; FOR EXCHANGE I will trade six

FOR SALE A good piano, like new.
Will sell very cheap if sold at once.
Apply to Star office. 4-2-6t

to run and is full of interest and
trouble. It cometh up, but it is cut j
down by subscriptions, bazars and j
concerts. In the midst of our fun we;
have been in debt; of whom have we j

town lots in Hammonton, X. J.,
for ten acres of land near Ocala
or Gainesville, Fla. Write John
Mitcheltree, Box 327, Wheatland,
Pa. 3-31-St

sought succor but the subscribers, j tt'j?

and the women who have done much :

J. C. R. Koonce ; x
I hereby announce my candidacy

of the work

"For inasmuch as it has pleased;
our members, in their wise liberality, j

to take out of the bank this note and i

I WITHEKSPOOX WILL

SUCCEED WOOD

Washington, April 2. Major Gen-

mortgage, we therefore commit them eral VNm- u- vwtherspoon, now as-

for nomination in the June primary j to tlie ground, ashes to ashes, dust sistant chief staff, of the United

for the office of state attorney for
the fifth judicial circuit of Florida.
J. C. B. Koonce.

STATE SENATE

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I hereby announce myself a candi candidate
date candidate for the office of state senator,
twentieth senatorial district of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, comprising the counties of Mar-

to dust, looking for a long life of fetates army' nas Deen appointed to
brilliant social achievement, innocent ; succed Major General Wood, as

chief of stall, at the end of General
Wood's term, April 22. Brigadier
General Hugh L. Scott, commanding
the troops at Fort Bliss, Texas, will
be assistant chief of staff. General
Wood will assume command of the

recreation and stimulation of civic
pride on the beautiful shores of our
unrivaled Lake Weir. 1
"Let us cheer'."
Commodore Goodwin send3 the

only to the ordinary kinds, but to
rare species as well. These facts
are set forth in a report made to the
conservation department by George
F. Guelph. a naturalist, of Brockport,
Monroe county. j
Mr. Guelph for two years has given
the public the benefit of his observa- ;
tlons of bird migration along the ;
shores of Lake Ontario. In this year's ;
report he mentions having seen
species that have for many years
been almost or wholly unknown In
this part of the country.
There are now more than 200 j
species of birds which may be looked
for regularly along the lake during
the time of migration, Mr. Guelph re reports.
ports. reports. There are also about twenty
species that can be seen occasionally,
and twelve which have been seen but I
a few times and are rare. j
A Hudson curlew, a willet, and a j
knot, birds rarely found In western j
New York, were seen there this year, I

Mr. Guelph says. The knot is a bird
that goes far into the Arctic regions
to breed, and it migrates in winter

to the extreme southern part of j
South America.

A blue goose, one of the rarest of ;

the larger water fowl, also was seen

this year. There are only six records
of its having been seen before in this

state
Gallinules. or "mud hens," are more
plentiful this season than for several
years. Black ducks have been com common
mon common throughout the season, Mr.

(jrueiph says, and early ducks are i

more plentiful now than they have
been for a long time. Mr. Guelph
says that probably there will be good
duck shooting when the season opens.

DOGS MOURN GAYNOR'S DEATH

ion and Sumter, subject to the acticwUclub house on April 1 leaves this:

Ul iuc ucuuuaut pumaij lu w iiciu beautiful property, which has cost!

following report:

.Editor Star: The burning of the'(ea5tern department, with headquar-;
mortgage on the Lake Weir Yacht ters at Governor's Island, New York. Three Canine Companions of Mayor

Inconsolable, Seek Him in
Old Haunts.

June 2nd, 1914.
Adv.

Glenn Terrell.
Webster, Fla.

approximately $5,000, free of

and with $3,000

FOR R E PRESENT ATIVE

To the Democratic Voters of Mar Marion
ion Marion County: I am a candidate for
member of the House of Representa Representatives,
tives, Representatives, from our county, in tienext
legislature, and subject to y.o.ur de decision
cision decision at the polls in the democratic
primary June 2nd, 1914.
Very respectfully,
Citra, Fla. W. J. Crosby.
TAX COLLECTOR

debt! Judge Circuit Court W

insurance paid up J f" nir Pn!irfp H vn,

yfljfor three years. The club was dedi-' Qcaia-

cated with a debt of about $1500,! Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
whirh has; hppn limit ri a tori tn tho nasti lax Collector W. L. Colbert

two seasons.

MARION COUNTY

DIRECTORY

S. Bui

i Ocala.
Tax Assessor Alfred Aver. Ocala

Of the G7 stockholders in the Lake Treasurer John M. Graham
Weir Club Association, Inc., 41 are! Ocala.

lake residents, permanent or winter,! Surveyor W. A. Moorheart. Ocala i
oo r i i ii Judge of Prolate m. E. Smith I
23 are residents of Ocala, almost a11 j Ocala i
of whom are property owners on the J County Commissioners C. Carmi j
lake or summer residents. Two'chael, Ocaia; J. W. Davis. Summer-j

ctnoUhni,i0rC n ro n nn.,o.H or, tv, i field ; W t. Henderson. Lynne; D. G

; were guests at The Oaks and manl-

Xew York. Pathetic in connec connection
tion connection with the death of Mayor Gaynor
have been the actions of his three
dogs on his country place at St.
James, L. I. Ever since receipt of the
news of their master's death they
have realized that something unto untoward
ward untoward had happened to him. They

To the Democratic Voters of Mar Marion
ion Marion County: I hereby announce my myself
self myself a candidate for re-nomination
for the office of. tax collector of Mar Marion
ion Marion County. 1
I thank the voters of Marion coun-
v. : . ........ ;n i,

iui men lit-ii l ou)yuit iu me

past, and say, won't you vote for me
again? I will do the best I can to
serve you courteously and efficiently
if re-elected. Yours very truly,
3-20-tf wky W. L. Colbert.
FOR TAX ASSESSOR
To Marion County Voters:
I am a candidate for assessor and
respectfully ask your support in the
coming primary. Sincerely yours,
James R. Moorhead.
Ocala, Fla., March 25, 1914.
COUNTY TREASURER
I herel y announce my candidacy
for re-election for the office of coun county
ty county treasurer of Marion county.
Thanking you for your support in
the past I promise if elected' tp give
earnest and faithful services to the
duties of the office and in the future
as well as the past endeavor to save
to the taxpayers all the interest pos possible
sible possible on the outstanding indebted indebtedness.
ness. indebtedness. John M. Graham.

fested their appreciation of the lake
and club house by stock subscrip subscriptions.
tions. subscriptions. The Lake Weir Yacht Club is the
largest stockholder in the Lake Weir
Club Association, Inc., as the annual

j Watkhi... Dunnellon; Walte- Luf-

man, parr.
Board Public Icfruction -J. 11.
Brinson, Superintenntnt. Ocala; B
R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S. Grauthain.

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
To the Democratic Voters of Mar Marion
ion Marion County: I desire to announce
my candidacy for re-election to the
position of county commissioner for
the first district of this county, sub subject
ject subject to the action of the primary. My
past record in this office is before
you and I trust it is such as meets
your approval.
C. (Ed.) Carmichael.
Ocala, Fla., March 21, 1914. dly

SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE

Notice is hereby griven that pursuant
to final decree of date 5th day of Feb Feb-ruarv.
ruarv. Feb-ruarv. 1914. entered in the circuit court

dues of the club members have been of the fifth judicial circuit of Florida,
.,.,1 ; e i j in and for Marion county, in chancery,
used in part for two years to buy bv the Honorable W. S. Bullock, judse

in

m is

Lytle, et

stock to discharge the indebtedness. of, aid ?ou. in that cause Pfndin
..... I said court in which E. II. Buffur

The work of the loyal, enterprising

and energetic women of the club has
greatly aided in lifting the debt.
Lake residents are highly appre appreciative
ciative appreciative of the liberal support extend extended
ed extended by Ocala people shareholders and
members. They feel that the lake
belongs also to Ocala, and rejoice
that Ocala residents share their view.
Permit me personally to express
my gratitude to the Ocala business
men who have so liberally and cheer cheerfully
fully cheerfully responded to my appeals. I
know how they are encompassed by
importunities for help for many
worthy causes and I know how gen generously
erously generously many of them respond.
When I view our accomplishment
in the building of the club house

pronounced impossible at the outset
I can almost forget the work and
worry it has cost me the past three
winters.
The Lake Weir club house is a
permanent asset. It is for the use
of its members, stockholders, their
families and their out-of-town guests.
It is not a public hall or a free-for-all
for pleasure seekers. Its priv privileges
ileges privileges have been somewhat abused by
a few members who have freely in invited
vited invited non-members to participate in

complainant and Ernest J.

al, are derendants, on
Monday, April Oth, 1914
between the hours of 11 a. m. and 2 p. 1
m., at the south door of Marion county
court house, in the city of Ocala, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, the undersigned, as special mas master,
ter, master, appointed in and by said decree,
will offer for sale and sell at public
outcry to the highest and best bidder
for cash the following described lands,
situated in Marion county, Florida, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: The south part of lot two (2) being
in north half (n'-j) of southwest quar quarter
ter quarter (swU) of section sixteen (.16)..
township seventeen (17) south of
range twenty-four (24) east, extend extending
ing extending along the south boundary. and ;
across said lot two (2) and of suffl- ;
cient width from north to south to ;
make ten and ninety-one one-hun- i
dredths (10.91) acres of land. This
property is also described as: Com Commencing
mencing Commencing at southeast (se) corner of
lot two (2) section sixteen (16), town township
ship township seventeen (17) south, range twenty-four
(24) east, running thence west
twenty-eight and eighty one-hun-dredths
chains (28.80), thence north northerly
erly northerly along the waters of Lake Weir to
a point three and ninety-four one one-hundredths
hundredths one-hundredths chains (3.94). north of,
south boundary line of said lot two
(2), thence east twenty-six and eighty!
one-hundredths chains (26.80) to east- j
ern line of lot two (2), thence south j
lhree and ninety-four one-hundredths i

ihams (3.94) to point of beginning,
containing ten and ninety-one one one-hundredths
hundredths one-hundredths (10.91) acres.
G. C. McCLURE,
Special Master in Chancery.
HOCKEU & MARTIN.
Complainants' Solicitors 2-4-wed

Late Mayor Gaynor at His Country
Home.
make frequent trips over the roads
and paths which the mayor was accus accustomed
tomed accustomed to take on his, long walks with
his dogs as companions. The most
persistent in his search for traces of
his master Is Ben, an Irish setter,
which was Mr. Gaynor's favorite.

JOHN D. IS PUT OFF SQUARE
Constable Tells Him He Is .Violating
Law, So Oil Millionaire
Moves Along.

.NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS

All creditors, distributees and leg legatees,
atees, legatees, and all persons having claims

their little parties. The Club housej Thomas C. Ilall. deceased, are hereby

may be hired by members for such

entertainments of their friends. It

called upon and required to present
their said claims or demands to the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned as administrator of the es-

I t a t c itf Thrt m a c C Hall irlthin

is not a "pass the hat" hall. The j two years from thedate of the first
rpntnl must ho nmM in vano publication of this notice, to-wit:

t ... , J. 1Cl,

To the Democratic Voters:
I hereby announce my candidacy
for commissioner from the Second

1914. otherwise thev will

Members cannot now take with them ; be barred in accordance with the
. , i statute in such cases made and pro
as guests to the club house their vi,?.i w t iutt

male friends who reside within 30
miles of Eastlake, except when the
h-jfise is rented for a private party.
Any nan who desires to enjoy the
privileges of the club can afford to

i

Administrator of the Estate of Thomas

C. Hall. 3-16-St mon

NOTICE
iereby srivt-n

district, subject to the June demo-j pay the small membership fee.

Cleveland. John D. Rockefeller and

a party of five friends were put off the
public square In Bedford, where they
went to attend the Bedford Home Home-comers'
comers' Home-comers' celebration.
The multi-millionaire and his party
were driven in an automobile to the
Main street curb on the public square,
but a constable on watch quickly or ordered
dered ordered them away as vehicles are not
allowed to stand there.
The car was driven into a side
street. Mr. Rockefeller shook hands
with Fred B. Sente:, president of the
Franklin Oil company, and then the

j machine was driven away, Roc'ipf?! Roc'ipf?!-o
o Roc'ipf?!-o ail heir ler declining, with a ehake of the

and all other head, Mayor W. B. xosts invitation to

remain.

cratic primary. If elected, I promise j
to discharge the duties of the office
to the very best interests of the en-j
tire county, regardless of section, j

with an eye single to economy in all
things. Thanking you in advance
for your favorable consideration of
my candidacy, I am. Yours truly,
J. R Tarker.
Leroy, Fla.. March 27, 1914.

W. R. Goodwin,
President Lake Weir Club Assn.
The Oaks. Eastlake, April 2, 1914.

SEEK SWEDISH ARMY SECRET

s

This is to notify the democratic
voters of Marion county that I am a
candidate for county commissioner
and will appreciate their votes in the
June primary. Yours very truly,
J. W. Coulter.

Country Cured
HAMS

Notice i

devisees, distributees

I persons interested, that on the :
!th day of April, A. 1. 1JU4
I will, as administrator of the estate!
of Patrick H. Gillen. deceased, make;
i application to the county judge in anil
j for Marion county, Florida, at his of of-1
1 of-1 rice in Ocaia. for an order to sell at
i private sale, the following described

real estate, situated and being :n Ma Ma-jrion
jrion Ma-jrion county, to-wit: Sectional block
! 22. X. S. Ocala. Marion county. Flor Flor-I
I Flor-I i '.a. Said land to be sold to mv the
i debts of the said Patrick H. Gillen. d.--
ceased, and for the best inter-st of his

.; minor heirs. .Mrs. ratr:eK h utiien. tween Russia and Sweden seems to be J

j -u ;sii it ir-; i ,i i or tu ..ne t-iaie 'U ratr.CK

ii. uinen. ieceasc-a. j-jy-at-mon

Several Russian Spies Have Been Ar Arrested
rested Arrested in Stockholm Suspect Suspected
ed Suspected of Espionage.
Copenhagen. Mutual espionage be-

i

Smoked Hams 22o
Salt Hams 1 Sc
Smoked Sides . !2c
Salt Shoulders (small) ....17c
Salt Shoulders (larjje) . .18c

e.

i

Notice is 1"

itors. heirs, distributee

treby stiven

: At Taylor's rold Storage
: JAMKS TAYLOR, PHOXE

to all cred-

and all per

sons having claims or demands asrainst

the estate of Patrick H. Gillen. deceas deceased,
ed, deceased, to present same, duly proven, to
the undersigned, within one year from
the first publication of this notice.
This March 30. 1914.
MRS. PATRICK 11. GILLEN.
Administrator of the Estate of Patrick
H. Gillen, Deceased. 3-30-8t-mon.

increasing. Recently the police at
Stockholm arrested various Russians,
who were suspected of espionage, and
a Russian arrested the other day at
Stockholm seems to have made some
important discoveries. He had 15
Swedish ordnance maps, on which
were several markings and drawings
of fortresses and also a book con containing
taining containing secret information relating to
the Swedish arxajr.

One Hundred of Them
Just Received at

We have just received over a
hundred new dresses in all the
latest, popular fabrics, such as
Silks of every description, white
goods of every make.
ONLY ONE DRESS OF A KIND.
NO TWO ALIKE.
These dresses are the only make
of their kind shown in Ocala.
When buy one WE GUARAN GUARANTEE
TEE GUARANTEE that you will be the ONLY
PERSON owning a dress of that
particular ttyle.
The Prices Are From
$5 to $25
LOOK AT THE WINDOW.

a tt TrmnsTA rrTMTh

A light, two-passenger, four four-cylinder
cylinder four-cylinder Car. In good con condition
dition condition in every respect. New
tires. Just been thoroughly
overhauled. Fully equipped.
For sale at a big bargain.
Phone 51, call or write to

THDE TAK

fr

Mr) f pyQs DA!tY BETWEEN
W&d A S-&ifcl. B I IF FA! O &

fr

" TIIZ GREAT SHI? "SEEAKDE!

i-iJfiil V

') fx-?: lr"a l:'i CI f. t, 6 ir.tlic; 10 Hat -room and fnilort rroronvvbtin'! 1W) p--i-

a:er of tie vorii. la etrr.te June l'jtiu

MacruHcent Steamer. "CEEAND3EE," "CitT of Erie" nd "City of Buffalo Buffalo-Daily
Daily Buffalo-Daily BUFFALO and CLEVELAND May lt to Dec it
Le.TeBoffiilo 99 P.M. Lrmr ClrwUnd - 9:1 P. M.
Arrive Cleveland A. 5L Arrive BuiUo 7--0 A. 1L.
(Ectera ?tnlrd Time)
Connectiaa. t CVrclnd for Ptrt-iB-BT. Toledo. Detroit nl I1 point. Vest nd Sootb wrtU Railroad
ticket. reAdiag brtwrr. Bmfikla umA Orelud are food fur traoaportatioa oa oar tteUMn.
Ask tout ticket agent lor ticket via C & B. Line. Tnt a. far aaadaoae iliiutratad booUet free.
THE CLEVELAND & BUFFALO TRANSIT CO, CI.t.UiJ. O.



EIGHT

OCALA KVE.MXG STAR, THURSDAY, Al'IlIL 2, 1914

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

Coming South?
For sale 50 improved farms,
10 to 600 acres, northern
Marion County, Florida. Al Also
so Also 2,000 acres cut-over land
well located; fine truck and
orange section. Write for
description and prices. Come
see me.
JOHN L. DAVIS,
IRVINE. FLORID
Melver & MacKay
Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
All Work Done by. Licensed. Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Folly Guaranteed
PHONES:
D. E. McIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking Office 4?
P. D. 0DELL
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
Estimates on any kind
of Building furnished on
short notice. All work
guaranteed.
117 N. SANCHEZ STREET.
P. O. BOX. NO. 438.
PHONE NO. 368 OCALA
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrovv Company
t
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala l-I3-tf I

uiii
PHONE
Ocala Iron Works
I 1

STOMACH TROUBLE

Majority of Friends Thought Mr.
Hughes Would Die, Bat
One Helped Him to
Recovery.
Pomeroyton, Ky. In interesting ad advices
vices advices from this place, Mr. A. J. Hughes
writes as follows: "I was down with
stomach trouble for five (5) years, and
would have sick headache so bad, at
times, that I thought surely I would die.
I tried different treatments, but they
did not seem to do me any good.
I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep,
and all my friends, except one, thought I
woui die He advised me to try
Thedford's Rack-Draught, 2nd quit

11EWAKK OF OINTMENTS
FOR CATARRH THAT

CONTAIN MERCURY i
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely de derange
range derange the whole system when enter entering
ing entering it through the mucous surfaces.
Such articles should never be used
except on prescriptions from reput reputable
able reputable physcians, as the damage they
will do is ten fold to the good you
can possibly derive from them. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, contains
no mercury, and is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and
mucou3 surfaces of the system. In
buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure
you get the genuine. It is taken in internally
ternally internally and made in Toledo, Ohio,
by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials
free.. Sold by druggists. Price 75c.
per bottle. Take 'Hall's Family Pills
for constipation.
OPEN DAY A..;!? 3HGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
ot any hour. Adv.
OCALA PUBLIC LIBRARY
Open daily except Sunday from 3
to o p. m. Board of Trade rooms,
Ocala House block.
Louise E. Gamsby, Librarian.
CHECK YOUR APRIL COUGH
Thawing frost and April rains chill
you to the very marrow, you catch
cold Head and lungs stuffed You
are feverish Cough continually and
feel miserable You need Dr. King's
New Discovery. It soothes inflamed
and irritated throat and lungs, stops
cough, your head clears up, fever
leaves, and you feel fine. Mr. J. T.
Davis, of Stickney Corner, Me., "Was
cured of a dreadful cough after doc doctor's
tor's doctor's treatment and all other rem remedies
edies remedies failed. Relief or money back.
Pleasant children like it. Get a
bottle today. 50c and $1 at your
druggist. Adv.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Sec'y.
Fresh buttermilk daily at Gerig's
Drug Store. 2-7-tf
CLEARS COMPLEXION
REMOVES SKIN BLEMISHES
Why go through life embarrassed
and disfigured with pimples, erupt eruptions,
ions, eruptions, blackheads, red rough skin, or
suffering the tortures of Eczema, itch
tetter, salt rheum. Just ask your
druggist for Dr. Hobson's Eczema
OintmenJ. Follow the simple sug suggestions
gestions suggestions and your skin worries are
over. Mild, soothing, effective. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent for babies and delicate, ten tender
der tender skin. Stops chapping. Always
helps. Relief or money back. 50c,
at your druggist.
REGISTRATION NOTICE
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 April 15th. D. M. Barco,
Supervisor Registration Marion Co.,
Office upstairs in court house.
l-3-Sat-3m
KNIGHTS UF PYTHIAS
Ocala Loage No. 19. Conventions
field every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
'astle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis
iling brothers. Wm. M. Gober, C. C
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
Ballardvale Ginger Ale, extra dry,
two for 25 cents or $1.25 per
dozen. For sale only at the Rexall
stores. 3-27-tf
Sons of Veterans Friday night.

FOR FIVE YEAR!

taking other medicines. I decided to
take his advice, although I did not have
any confidence in it.
I have now been taking Black-Draught
for three months, and it has cured me
haven't had those awful sick headaches
since I began using it.
I am so thankful for what Blac!: Blac!:-Draught
Draught Blac!:-Draught has done for me."
Thedford's Black-Draught has been
found a very valuable medicine for de derangements
rangements derangements of the stomach and liver. II
is composed of pure, vegetable herbs,
contains no dangerous ingredients, and
acts gently, yet surely. It can be freely
used by young and old, and should be
kept in every family chest.
Get a package today.
Only a quarter. yet

rTnr!fTwnfiTnf?wwi?Tfmfi?rt!TTfrnwwrr!'TrK-"?-

Ie
The Maid
of the
Forest
Jl Romance of
St. Clair's Defeat
Bg Randall Parrish
Illustrated bg D. J. La via
Copyright, 1913. by A C McClurg & Co.
CHAPTER X.
The Barrier Between.
Her eyes deserted Brady's face and
sought mine. "Not now, monsieur, not
now," she said gently. "I was blind
then with suspicion. The name, the
face, the giant form deceived me. But,
messieurs, we must not stand and talk.
I am in no danger; they will never
lay hands on me, but they will come
here seeking you. It will be as the
Englishman wishes; he will tell them
you are here, that you have killed
Wa-pa-tee-tah of the Wyandots. He will
point out to them the dead body, and
cry for vengeance. They are young
warriors, mad already with blood-lust
Miamis, Shawnees, Ojibwas many,
of them outcasts from their tribes. No
words of mine will restrain them, or
save you. There will be blood and
war. You must not wait, messieurs;
you must go!"
'And leave you here with those
demons?"
She made a swift gesture.
"I! Mother of God, you do not un
derstand. There is nothing for me o
fear. They dare not touch me. They
know me I am a Wyandot. To do me
evil would mean war. It is of your
selves you must think. I will remain
here with my father's body; they will
find me alone when they come."
She stepped past Brady to the door,
opened it and glanced out into the
night.
" 'T is an hour yet until day," she
said coming back. "That will give you
time. They will be here with the first
light of dawn. There will be no attack
until then. You must delay no longer."
We followed her out into the night,
across the narrow clearing into the
fringe of woods. There were clouds
overhead, and very dark, but there
seemed to be a path winding through
the dense tangle of underbrush. Only
for a moment did the girl hesitate,
bending down and listening. Then she
led the way around a narrow point of
sand, pressed back some bushes, and
revealed the sharp prow of a canoe.
Brady flung down his pack, and hauled
the light craft down to the edge of the
water.
"Lay hold there, Schultz," he or ordered
dered ordered in low voice, "till we get her
afloat."
I stood alone back in the shadow,
hesitating, uncertain. It was in my
heart to refuse to desert her there.
She turned toward me.
"You must get away at once," she
said. "There is little enough time.
Head straight out for the opposite
shore."
"But I have no wish to go without
you."
"Without me?" her voice question questioning.
ing. questioning. "There is nothing for me to flee
from; I have nothing to fear from In Indians.
dians. Indians. Is it so hard for you to recall
what I am?"
"Yes, it is, mademoiselle," I plead pleaded
ed pleaded earnestly. "My thought will not
associate you with these savages. Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps I might if I knew your people,
but not such ruthless murderers as
those yonder, wearing the scalps of
women. Who is to protect you from
that motley crew? Will it be Girty ? or
that English agent?"
Her eyes met mine even in the
darkness.
"I shall need appeal to neither, mon monsieur.
sieur. monsieur. You do not in the least under understand.
stand. understand. I am not a mere squaw of the
Wyandots, but a teacher they love.
There is not a tribe from the Wabash
to the upper lakes among whom my
name is not known. I have even sat
in council with the chiefs, and spoken.
Touch me, those outlaws! Not one
would dare lay a finger upon me. I
am as safe among them as my father
was."
"But he was killed."
"By no Indian nand. Please, mon monsieur,
sieur, monsieur, do not urge me any more. As it
is I am balanced between two duties
to go with you, guard you, and see you
safe, or remain and condemn my fa father's
ther's father's murderer."
"You believe then
"That he was the Englishmaa who
bears your name. That man alone
had knowledge of this hut on the
island; he alone possessed opportunity.
The scarlet jacket left behind, and his
sudden appearance in the Indian camp,
all point direct to his guilt. I remain
to make sure; that is my duty, Mon
sieur Brardy!"
The scout rose to his feet, a black
smudge in the night, and came up the
low bank to where we stood.
"You called, mademoiselle?"
"Yes; I was talking with the officer.
but perhaps you do not understand all
Captain D'Auvray was known to the
Wyandots as Wa-pa-tee-tah. He is
dead, and his body will be taken to
Sandusky; I shall tell the Wyandots
how he died. There is no longer need
that monsieur should meet them in
council. It is better that you return to

Fort Hflrmar."

CQti X-StCJ, OUt neitHer US Spoke

and she held out her hand.
"Good-by, Monsieur Brady."
He accepted the proffered hand -awkwardly,
dropped it almost instantly,
and stepped back.
"I reckon that would be the best
"A Hole! Surely It Was No Acci Accident."
dent." Accident." way, miss," he stammered, "so maybe
we better go. Are you ready, sir?"
"Yes, run out the canoe; I'll be
there in a minute. Mademoiselle.'
She turned toward me. as lie went
noiselessly across the sand beach. Her
hand was not extended, but I had the
courage to reach out and grasp it in
my own.
"Do, not say good-by to me," I whis whispered,
pered, whispered, feeling my voice tremble. "I go
because you wish it, because it seems
to be the wise thing to do; but I will
not believe we are never to meet
again."
"Yet that is not likely, monsieur."
"If I seek you it might be."
"It will require more than peaceful
travel to do that," she replied soberly.
"There is going to be war."
"War! The Indians of the north northwest?"
west?" northwest?" "Yes; the time has come is here.
The council at Sandusky was for no
other purpose. Girty 's message was
merely an excuse for the Wyandots
to join the other tribes. He confessed
as much to me. It was because my
father realized his helplessness long longer
er longer to restrain British influence, that he
disappeared. It is war, monsieur."
"But not between us," I insisted,
shocked at the picture. "Mademoiselle,
come with me. There is nothing left
to hold you to this life among sav savages.
ages. savages. With your father dead, why
should1 you continue to bury yourself
in these woods? You have education,
refinement, gentleness; why should
you not go now, before war breaks
along the border?"
"And desert my people?"
"But they are not your people; you
are white, not red. That small drop
of Indian blood in your veins does not
make you a Wyandot. You have noth nothing
ing nothing else in common with them. Why
not be yourself, choosing life among
those of your own race?"
I thought she hesitated, and I
grasped her hand more closely, the
hot blood leaping in my veins. In the
dim light I could see her lowered face,
the eyes downcast.
"No, monsieur," she said at last,
very low. "It is good of you to think
thus of me, but but I cannot do that.
You must not urge. The Wyandots
need me more now that my father is
gone than ever before. They are my
people; I was born to them, and played
as a child in their villages. They love
me, trust me, and I help them by
teaching them the Christ. To desert
them would be to desert him. I can cannot
not cannot do that, monsieur, merely to grati
fy myself."
"But have I no call upon you?" I in
sisted in desperation.
"No, monsieur," and she was look
ing at me now with some amazement.
" T is scarce an hour since I believed
you a murderer. We do not know each
other. Let me trust, and believe in
you; do not speak like that."
"I meant nothing wrong, mademoi mademoiselle,"
selle," mademoiselle," I broke in has tily, stung by her
words cf reproof. "You have come to
me out of the woods like a new life. I
know it is strange, all strange, but
there is already something between
us that can never be severed."
"Is there, monsieur?"
"Yes; race makes no dilTercnce.
thought it did once. When you said
back there in the shadow oi the stock
ade that you were a "Wyandot it was
as if you s.ruck me a blow in th3 face.
I e wore then I would think oi you no
more, yet, even that niht, you were in
my dreams, and ever since jour face
has been in my memory."
I felt her handclasp tighten cn mine,
although her body remained motion motionless.
less. motionless. "You do not believe ma in earnest?"
"I! How can I, monsieur? I think
you jeet, ycu amuse yourself. Let us
stop it all now. You go back to your
people, I to mine, and we will both
forget No! Do not say more! I will
not listen. Come with me to the boat."
I followed her down the bank,
words burning on my lips she gave me
no chance to speak, for she moved
with quick decision. The two men
had the canoe turned over, at the very
edge of the water, and the scout was
upon his knees in the sand. He looked
up nastily at our approach,

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i reCKon we stay nere, miss," aa
said soberly. "Somebody has smashed
a hole through the bottom with a
stone."
She uttered a little cry of alarm,
leaning over his shoulder.
"A hole! How could that be? Sure Surely
ly Surely it was no accident!"
He arose to his feet, brushing off his
knees.
"That's what I told the Dutchman,
though neither of us could find the
rock. I reckon the Englisher did that
job; he had it all figured out, and
meant to keep us yere."
I saw her look up at the man's face,
and then about in bewilderment.
"You think that why?"
"Cause it seems ter me nat'ral. I
reckon it's 'bout what I would a done
if I was in his fix. He had proof
against us, if he could get some In Injuns
juns Injuns along as witnesses. Nobody
would ever believe what we said, or
ev.en wait ter listen. All he had to do
was catch us yere, charge us with
murder, an turn them devils loose.
Thet would let him out slick as a
whistle."
She stood erect, one hand pressed
against her temple.
"Then then what is to be done?"
she questioned blankly, "why what
quick, look there!" She was bending
forward and pointing out at the lake.
Some dark, moving object was visible
in the water only a few yards from
shore.
Brady flung forward his rifle, yet
hesitated, fearing to fire. Whatever it
might be animal or man the thing
was coming directly toward us, swim swimming
ming swimming with long, etringy locks of wet
hair dangling to the shoulders. It was
a man beyond doubt, yet for the in instant
stant instant I could not determine whether
red or white. As he stood there sunk
to his armpits in water, he beheld us
for the first time, and there burst from
his lips a sudden, guttural exclama exclamation
tion exclamation of alarm. With the strange eound
Schultz leaped forward, lumbering
against me as he passed, and splashed
his way out toward the fellow, utter uttering
ing uttering some exclamation in his native
tongue. He reached him, the two
voices greeting each other.
"WTell!" exclaimed Brady in disgust.
"If It ain't another Dutchman. Come
in here, you!"
The two waded ashore onto the
sand, Schultz's heavy hand grasping
his companion's arm, and helping him
along. I saw a face white and ghastly
in the starlight, lean, smooth-shaven,
looking emaciated against the long,
dark hair, the eyes bright with fanati fanaticism.
cism. fanaticism. He was a tall, spare man, shak shaking
ing shaking so he could hardly etand. The
very sight of him aroused my sym sympathy.
pathy. sympathy. "Don't be afraid," I said soothingly.
"We're all white. How did you come
here?"
His eyes looked at me as I spoke;
then shifted to Schultz's face in silent
questioning. The latter was breath breathing
ing breathing hard, but managed to explain.
"He not talk English ver' goot. Myn Mynheer.
heer. Mynheer. I tell you vat he 6ay mit me
he vos a Dutch preacher; yaw, mine
Gott; yust over py mine own coun
tries; he vos named Adrian Block."
"Did he swim all the way?" asked
Brady grinning, but Schultz kept his
eyes fastened on me, held by the one
thought to which he sought to give ut utterance.
terance. utterance. "He vos Moravian, mynheer; vot
you call mis-sonary so? He von
month in dees country, an know only
to preach."
The girl leaning forward, interrupt interrupted
ed interrupted with a whisper:
"I recognize the man, monsieur; he
was the prisoner I told you of in the
Indian camp the Protestant,"
"They lef him only mit one guard,
an after while, dot fellow he fall
asleep. Den he got loose mid his
bonds, an' creep down mit der shore
of der lake where a boat wus. So he
driff out on der water; but der boat
leak, an' go down, leaving him mit not not-tings.
tings. not-tings. Dot vas it, mynheer. Den he
swim som an pray mooch, an so
com here mit us, altready."
"Where did the Indians go?"
"Up mit der lake shore so like dis,"
waving his hand.
"All of them? The two white men
also?"
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hla eyes from mademoiselle.
"He know not what became of der
little man; he see him not for long
while, but der big man he go mit der
Injuns yaw, he tells dem der way,
an talk all der time.
"We have got the situation clear
enough," concluded Brady, coolly.
"Whoever that red-coat is, he "evident "evidently
ly "evidently knows the best way to this island,
and the fix we're in. So far as I can
see there is nothing left us but to
fight. We can't get away now; the
boat Is useless, and those Injuns have
blocked the ford. That's exactly
where they are now, watchin' fer us
to attempt to cross. The only ques question
tion question is: Where can we hold out the
longest? I'm fer goin' back to the
house.
"And I also," I said, deciding instant instantly,
ly, instantly, and as quickly assuming command.
"There is small chance of our holding
out long against those fellows, but
we'll do the best we can. What about
you, mademoiselle?"
"I go with you,' she answered
quietly.
"Against your own people?"
"Those are not my people! They
are outlaws, renegades, led by the
murderer of my father."
"Then let us go back; every moment
lost will count against us. Pick up
the packs. 'Brady, you lead off;
Schultz, take care of the preacher and
keep his tongue still."
The house was exactly as we left
it, a few red embers on the hearth
alone shedding spectral light about
the main room, as we groped our way
forward. There were heavy wooden
bars to fit across the doors, and I se secured
cured secured these as soon as I deposited my
pack on the floor.
"Mademoiselle," I said, staring about
at the blank walls In some perplexity.
"You' know this place better than any
of us;-surely it was not erected here
in the wilderness without some pro provision
vision provision for defense in case' of attack.
Are those walls solid?"
"No, monsieur; they were made
tight, so no gleam of light would ever
show without, but there are gunports
here see."
She slipped aside a small wooden
shutter, fitted ingeniously between the
logs, revealing an opening sufficient
for a rifle barrel.
"There are four along this wall, and
as many opposite. At the rear you
must stand on the bench, so as to fire
above the shed roof."
"Leave that preacher alone, and
open them up, Schultz," I commanded
sharply. "There is not light enough
here now to show without. Now,
Brady, see if there are any extra guns
in the shack, or ammunition. Lay
everything out here convenient. A
rifle? Good! Well give that to our
Moravian friend; he may be opposed
to war on principle, but,' bv all the
gods! he'll fight now, if Schultz can
pound the truth into him. What is
that, mademoiselle? Powder and ball
in the big chest; show Brady where
it is. This isn't going to be such a
one-sided affair after all. Five of use.
counting Block, who may not know
which end of the gun to point. I am
going to scout outside and see when
those fellows cross over."
Brady shaded his eyes to stare
across at me through the gloom.
"You'd better let me go."
"No; I'll try it alone; get everything
ready, and leave the bar down."
"You 'will, be careful, monsieur?"
There was an unconcealed note of anx-
! iety in the voice that caused me to
glance back at her quickly in surprise.
"Be assured of that, mademoiselle,"
I returned. "I know the duty of an
ally," and stepped without, closing the
door behind me.
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