OCALA FLORIDA, TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1914
OUT A CASE
Charges Agaimt IJiUlngsley and
JJolIes Dismised by U. S.
Jacksonville, April 14. Richard
J. Bollea and Jesse L. BilHngsley,
charged with conspiracy and using
the United States mail3 to defraud
in the sale of .Everglads lands, were
found not guilty, and the charges
against them dismissed by United
States Commissioner Frank D. Bren Bren-nan
nan Bren-nan in a decision handed down yes yesterday.
The Bolles-iBillingsley case, which
occupied twenty days before Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Brenan, closed last Thurs Thursday
day Thursday with the arguments of the at attorneys
torneys attorneys in the case.
The defendants were indicted in
Kansas City charged with conspiracy
and fraudulently using the mails to
sell 180,000 acres of Everglade lands
that had not been drained. Literature
and letters that had been sent thru
the mails were offered as evidence.
The defendants offered testimony to
show their good faith, and that no
fraud had been intended or consum consummated.
mated. consummated. The court held that a prima
facie case had hot been made out,
and dismissed the case.
Another charge of using the mails
to conduct a lottery is still pending
against the defendants.
Is .Believed, by Pittsburg Police to
Witness Death and Cremation
of Dorothy Arnold
Pittsburg, April 14. -The mystery
surrounding the disamoearance of
Miss Dorothy Arnold, the beautiful
ew York .( heiress Is believed by
istrict Attorney R. H. Jackson and
e local police to have been cleared
by the alleged confession of Dr.
Meredith, a prominent Pitts Pitts-physician.
physician. Pitts-physician. According to the
ician, Miss Arnold came to this
shortly after her disappearance
died in a maternity hospital in
ellevue, a suburb of Pittsburg, and
THE NUT CLUB
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a TTi C kl (I "ac Aii
J0 VWI3 viHAT HW6
Soon to be Erected in North Ocala will advance the price of Lots from 50
to 100 per cent. Why not buy now and make yourself some money?
her body was cremated in the cellar
of that institution.
Dr. Meredith, it is alleged, con conducted
ducted conducted the maternity home, also
known as the "house of mystery,"
and was put under the "third de degree"
gree" degree" by the police,' who declare
that he can also clear up the mys mystery
tery mystery surrounding the disappearance
of at least a score of other women
ind girls. He is held on the technical
charge of performing an operation
The solution of the Arnold mys-
tery, which stirred the world three
year3 ago, was made possible when f
the detectives raided the hospital in
search' for a Pittsburg woman who
disappeared fora her home. The
woman was traced to Dr. Lutz' of of-fiec
fiec of-fiec in the Penn building and then to
Dr. Meredith's "house of mystery."
Dr. Iiutz says she "is dead and that
Dr. Meredith burned her body. Fol Following
lowing Following this admission Dr. Meredith
was put thru the j "third degree"
and it wa3 then that he made the
startling confession regarding Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy Arnold.
A score of detectives went to the
"death' house"an old mansion on a
bluff over the Ohio river, just west
of the Bellevue railroad station, and
began a systematic search of the
place. Every mysterious nook was
examined and the cellar dug up in
hopes of finding evidence of the dis disappearance
appearance disappearance of women of this and
other cities. The detectives found a
cremation furnace in the basemen t,
a quicklime pit and a large number
of surgical instruments, many of
which were buried in the ground.
MATER IAL HK1H
THE SCOPE OF MALARIA
Government Reports Show that the
Warfare on the Disease is Gain Gaining
ing Gaining Ground
(Washington, April .12. Malarial
fevers in the south decreased in 1913
compared with 1912, according to
the public health service which in a
report yesterday stated the propor proportion
tion proportion was one to three.
To obtain statistics of malaria, pos postal
tal postal cards were sent to physcians in
Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, Geor Georgia,
gia, Georgia, South Carolina and Florida and
the data received represented the re reports
ports reports of one-sixth of the physicians
who received the cards. For Ala Alabama
bama Alabama the reports for the six months
of 1913 from 'May to November, in
liS naaY I JUST
Jr4 7b PAT' A
BUT AS LOCK
M III ff... -
clusive, gave a total of 12,808 cases
of malaria; Arkansas for August to j
November, inclusive, 18,328; South
Carolina from August to November,
inclusive, 12,000 cases; sFlorida, for
the same period, 9,190 cases and
Georgia from August to October, in inclusive,
clusive, inclusive, 9,825. For the year Miss Mississippi
issippi Mississippi reported to have had 61,811
Discussing the economic aspect of
malarial fever the report states that
the average loss of time per man em employed
ployed employed in sawmills, on cotton planta plantations,
tions, plantations, etc., on faccount of the disease
is in many places estimated at least
two weeks in the season from June 1
to November 1.
The disease is preventable and can
be controlled if not eliminated, ac according
cording according to the public health service
"when a community desires to carry
out intelligent prohylactic measures
based on the principle that the
anopheles mosquito is the only trans transmitting
mitting transmitting agent of malaria from man
WORKING BURNS FOR
ALL HE IS WORTH
Frank's Lawyers Use the Detective's
Report in Their Client's
Atlanta, April 14. It is announc announced
ed announced that the report of Detective Wil William
liam William Burns, who has been investigat investigating
ing investigating the case of Leo M. Frank, sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to die for the murder of
Mary Phagan, will not be made for
a week. Burns left last night for
Cincinnati, but whether his v trip has
anything, to do with the investigation
for the convicted man can not be de determined.
termined. determined. : Frank's attorneys will file an ex extraordinary
traordinary extraordinary motion ror a new trial
Thursday, which will automatically
stay the execution of the prisoner,
now fixed for next Friday. The ex extraordinary
traordinary extraordinary appeal is based on the
claim that new and- important evi evidence
dence evidence for the sentenced man has
been discovered and will also allege
that erroneous testimony was given
at the trial.
This appeal for a new trial will be
the extreme attempt to save Frank
from paying the death penalty. The
supreme court has refused the. reg regular
ular regular motion for a new trial and only
since Detective Burns has taken a
part in the case and has announced
that he has uncovered important new
evidence has a way appeared open
for even delaying the execution.
When It Comes to Telling Big
oh' See YoU'pRoPPeP H 'To M
lU iBt" MOP.NM(
TIE SUGAR TRUST
Exemption from Canal Tolls AVould
Save It Hundreds of Thousands
of Dollars Annually
Washington, April 14. Secretary
Redfield of the department of com commerce,
merce, commerce, last night issued a statement
connecting Hawaiian sugar growers
and Eastern sugar refiners with the
Panama canal tolls fight, pointing
out that they are the shippers chiefly
interested in the exemption of Am American
erican American vessels from tolls. His state statement
ment statement followed a recent trip to the
Pacific coast, and investigations., by
the bureau of foreign and domestic
commerce. A :
'The question as to who r will be
the largest shippers thru the canal,"
said the secretary "has perhaps in incidental
cidental incidental connection with the discus discussions
sions discussions concerning Panama canal tolls.
If its assumed that the carriers will,
as they say, distribute the charges
over the freight "tonnage carried, the
question as to which kind of freight
might have to assume the burden
has some interest. 'Possibly, there therefore,
fore, therefore, the answer to certain questions
may throw light on the situation.
'YVVho are at prerent the largest
shippers over the isthmus of Tehaun-
tepec? Thejsugar growers of Hawaii.
To whom are their shipments made?
To the sugar refiners in and about
New York; and Philadelphia. Do
these shipments amount to a great
deal? in the last fiscal year there
were 264,000. net tons.
"(In the present method of ship shipment
ment shipment over the isthmus of Tehaunte Tehaunte-pec
pec Tehaunte-pec are there trans-shipments of
freight one on the west coast of
Mexico, anpther oh the east coast
and "a railroad charge between?
There are, and thru rate from Ha Hawaii
waii Hawaii to New York must include the
eost of such transference and freight
Would not the opening of the
canal do away with these two trans transfers
fers transfers and the railway charge? It
would, and doubtless sugar growers
would be benefited thereby and
'iln view of their serious com complaints
plaints complaints a to the effect of the- plac-
Ones, Our Members Are There.
US AJUY Wn VAlFfte -
ing of sugar on the free toll list in
the near future, Is it not normal
that the sugar growers should exert
every means In their power to re reduce
duce reduce the transportation of their pro product
duct product to the market? That would un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly be good business."
SPECIAL ENVOY LIIID
Silent John at Home and Keeps
Right on Not Making
Washington, April 14. John
Lind, president . Wilson's personal
representative in Mexico, arrived
here yesterday on board the presi presidential
dential presidential yacht, Mayflower.
A government automobile waited
for the president's envoy as he set
foot on American soil for the first
time in many months. Mr. Lind
went at once to a hotel near the
On the Mayflower with Mr. Lind
were Mrs. F. F. Fletcher, wife of
Rear Admiral Fletcher, and her two
daughters, and Mr. Lind's daughter,
"So far as known Mr, Lind's plan
was to go west for a rest. : There Is
no plan about his returning to Mex Mexico.
ico. Mexico. Mr. Lind remained at his hotel
only a few minutes, then disappear disappeared
ed disappeared before inquiries could reach him.
It was said he was expected at the
White House. Secretary 'Bryan said
he had planned a. conference with
the president's envoy but did not
know whether it would be at the
White House with the president or
at the state department.
When President Wilson recently
announced that Mr. Lind was return returning
ing returning to the United States, he stated
that it was for a r short Vacation
made necessary by a long stay in the
tropical climate and specifically
pointed out -that it would be a mis mistake
take mistake to interpret his return as indi indicating
cating indicating any other development in the
Mr. Lind appeared much interest interested
ed interested in latest developments at ,Tam ,Tam-pico.
pico. ,Tam-pico. He asked if it was true t that
Admiral Mayo had been ordered to
revoke his demand for the firing of
a salute to the American colors and
when he was Informed; that Presi President
dent President Wilson had insisted that the
salute be fired he smiled approvingly.
vaici Sao see,
"YeR. Honor- &v
OCALA SILL NOT
Qklawaha Historian Has a Dream of
Our City's Coming
Silver Springs, April 14. The
tourist season is drawing to a close
and at the end of the present week
the tourist vessels, the Daylight
uiiic vu ui wcaia, aau me iiart
Line Okeehumkee and Hiawatha will ;
berth' in their home ports, the Day Daylight
light Daylight boat at Silver Springs and the
Hart liners at Palatka. During the
summer months the Hart liners will
remain tied up at Palatka, while the
Daylight Line vessel, City of Ocala.
cruises the Qklawaha and St. Johns
rivers on her regular summer ex excursions,
cursions, excursions, and on Sundays she will
operate those popular excursions to
the orange groves.
The Hart Liner Okehumkee, Cap Captain
tain Captain Harris, is due here on the last
trip up stream today at noon; steams
at 2 o'clock p. m.; for Palatka.
i The City-of Ocala, which Vessel
arrived here Monday afternoon from
rt 1 -it ii. j a. t j m n-
jraiatjia, baiieu ui;a lureuuua xor xai xai-atka
atka xai-atka and arrives here Wednesday,
completing her last trip of the :win :win-ter
ter :win-ter season
The Mills Line boat Sharpshooter,
Captain E. L. Mills, with freight, is
still. "all balled up" in freight traf traffic,
fic, traffic, .which is exceedingly heavy Just
now on account of the extra amount
of truck grown on the Little Okla-
waha. This vessel is running night
and day, and the staunch little
steamer, ably assisted by the Col-',
Her Brothers the White Star Line,
of Ocala keeps up with the heavy
work. Two cargoes of celery and:,
two of cabbage have been transport
red from the Oklawaha .River Farms:
recently; -another cargo of celery
and several of cabbage is in the rich
mucklands; then Jthe steamer will
begin loading Irish potatoes
Movement of the Government' Boat
The dredge Florida, Captain J, H.
Sharp, and the tenders, the Paa and
the Maa, the Synoris, the Lunette
are at Devenport, advancing from
below the trans-Florida canal.
The U. S. power vessel, the Cap Captain
tain Captain MdGuire, Captain Richards, left,
the Narrows for Los Kiss; from Lo3
Kiss to Chitty Avenue, and thru the
(Concluded on Page Fiva)
By E. R. MORGAN
(Copyright, 191S, Western Newspaper Unloa.1
LET ME SHOW YOU.
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, APRIL 14, WU
OGALA OCCURRENCES tL,
b nbu buum
DAILY WEATHER REPORT
The following weather report is
furnished the Star every afternoon
by Mr. F. G. B. Weihe, local report reporter
er reporter for the weather bureau operated
by the United States department of
agriculture, showing maximum and
during the twenty-four hours end end-'
' end-' Ins at 3 p. m.: ;.
Max. MIn. R. F.
JJarch average. .74 48 .03
April 1, . .84 61
April 2 .83 v C4
April Si . 84 57
April 4 81 ,52
April .o. '. . . .79 56 .
April 6 78' 56
April 7... 78 .60
. April 8 81 57 .
; April 9. . .81 65 ;
April 10. ..... .78 50 .26
April 11 71 ,49
April, 12. . 79 V63 .36
April 13. . 75 61
April 14 . .81' 65 .61
Ifortcast for Tonight and Tomorrow
Unsettled tonight and Wednesday,,
improbably showers except fair north northwest
west northwest portion.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
JSlks meet this evening.
Pythian Sisters meet tonight.
A Tallahassee special to the Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Tribune contains the following.,
which will be read" with surprise and
some regret by Judge Mocker's Ocala
friends, desire in him to see Marion
county continue its representation
on the state supreme bench.
Tallahassee, April 13. 'Judge W.
A. Mocker, of the supreme, court,
this afternoon gave out the followr followr-ing
ing followr-ing statement: "Conditions have de developed
veloped developed which render-it proper that
I should retire from the candidacy
for the position of justice of the su supreme
preme supreme court in the earning primary.
1 am grateful for the support of my
friends and thank them sincerely."
J UDGE IIOCKER WILL NOT
cTtvn ii T?rTr,T.t."rTifv" Citizens National Life Insurance
Company Has Brought Suit
Against Anthony Farms
Suit was filed today in the circuit
court for the fifth judicial circuit, in
chancery, at Ocala, to foreclose, the
$65,000 mortgage executed on Sep September
tember September 15th, 1911, by the Anthony
.Farms Company, to the Citizens' Na
tional Life Insurance Company of
Anchorage, (Louisville) Kentucky.
The bill alleges that there is some
thing over $62,000 remaining due of
the principal and that two of the
$5,000 bonds maturing Sept. 15th,
1912, and Sept. 15th, 1913, respect respectively,
ively, respectively, have fallen due and with the
exception of a payment of a little
over $2,000 no part of the $10,000
has been paid.
Under the terms of the mortgage,
the failure to make the payment pre precipitated
cipitated precipitated the due date of all the
bonds, running over a period of sev-
Much special business will be before en years; tneretore the whole amount
the meeting, and 'all the members s uev
should be present. The bill further alleges Tailure to
. After the business of the evening the taxes and the insurance
is over, a fine barbecued lunch will company has been required to pay
be served, and those who do not at- them- lt further alleges the failure
aw,i..ii.m;m!e. niMeint onri J to pay the premium on certain in-
table evenin"-. surance affected on the lives of the
I stockholders of the Anthony Farms
Company, and also permitting judg-
MEETING OF THE YOUNG
MEN'S DEMOCRATIC CLUB
The Young Men's Democratic Club
will hold an important meeting "Wed "Wednesday
nesday "Wednesday evening in the K. of P. hall.
.Masons meet Thursday night.
3Ioose meet Thursday evening.
The county judge has issued a
marriage license to Mr. D. A. Jones
and Mrs. Mary A. Teuton. s .
JVIr. Jonas Driggers, one of the
7test ,-salesmen in the county has a
position with Mr. B. Goldman,
Mr. L. M Graham of Grahamville
zsras in the city today on his way to
visit his son, Mr. W. D. Graham, and
liamlly at Reddick.
Sttexall Celery and Iron Tonic, an
i Ionic for those run down from over over-sorX
sorX over-sorX II at Gerig's Drug store. 27-tf
The Star regrets to learn that
Mrs- Romeo Peebles, who lives
about five miles nort hof town, ia
1 have a line of fishing Jtackle that
will tackle the fish and the 'price will
tickle you "Why Pay More?" B.
A more encouraging message came
r today from, the bedside of Editor
5 Stovall id Tampa. : He Tested "easily
last .night, and his friends have re re-uxewed
uxewed re-uxewed hope.
; ; 1 have a good line of baseball
goods, such as mits, gloves, masks,
fiats and balls. "Why Pay. More?"
JFJL Goldman. 4-8
Hr.i' J. J. Walters, bookkeeper
Tor the Ocala Grocery Company, has
'rented Mrs. Mazie Lyles residence
lob South Watula street. ;
5 "FOGEl ACCURATE AND QUICK
Prescription service bring,
SEND OR PHOXE YOUR PRE
SCRIPTIONS TO THE COURT
? Arrangements progress favorably
owaTd the entertainment of: the
Florida underwriters.' The necessary
2&mds are in hand and the commit commit-txses
txses commit-txses have their plans laid.
"FAULTLESS" RUBBER GOODS
ARE HANDLED BY THE COURT
PHARMACY, AND THEIR EQUAL
IN DURABILITY, STRENGTH AND
LASTING QUALITIES ARE NOT
'" : . 7 - :-
The world of Business depends upon Credit, of
which a Bank Account is evidence. Qne at this Bank
will certainly aid you.
The Ocala Natioliil Bank,
Capital, Surplus and, Protif 6" 005000.00.
ACTIVE TJ. S. DEPOSITARY.
Mclver & M idKay have just put
in several nw 250-wat Tungsten
lights, which greatly improve the
lighting of their store. They find
. .. .' ...
three of these lights in one room
give much better illumination than
sixteen smaller globes.
REMEMBER YOUR FRIEND ON
EASTER MORNING BY SENDING
HER A HANDSOME BOX OF NOR-
RIS CHOCOLATES. THE COURT
ment to be obtained against the com
pany, which created liens on its
iWith the attorney's fees claimed,
taxes, etc., the insurance company is
claiming something around $70,000.
No steps have been taken, so far,
other than the filing of the bill. Mr.
H. M. Hampton is representing the
Citizens National Life Insurance Co.
The Anthony Farms Co. has about
3000 acres of land, just north of
Anthony. The farm is one of the
finest tracts of land in the county
and the physical property of the
company is a very valuable one, but
it is said, the company had no cap
ital to operate with other than; the
borrowed money. The property is
said to be well worth all it owes.
' The city council; sitting as' a board
of equalization, meets this after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, and will continue the work
until it is finished. It is difficult and
particular work, and. the council- Defore
men would earn their salaries ( Z)
at it if they did nothing else during
IX THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
Will Howard and Henry Williams,
colored, at their preliminary hearing
A great help in building strength
In hot weather is Rexall Celery and
Iron Tonic. ? Tones nerves and stom
ach. Price $1 for 128 doses: Gerig's
County Judge Smith this
morning plead guilty to nreaking
and entering at Kendrick. a1 few days
since. They were held for the grand
A negro by the name of May plead
guilty to petty larceny and was sen
tenced to three months on the
This man stole
There will be no performance at
the Airdome this evening, Mr. captured him.
Sears having decided tnat ne could
do nothing with his old machine,
ordered a new one, which is on its
wray, but will not be in running
order before tomorrow night, wThen
the Airdome expects to begin to re
pay its patrons for the annoyance
that has been caused them by the
old machine. .
a ram coat yesterday from Mel ver &
MacKay's store and ran with' It. Mr.
Hugo Mcintosh ran him down and
City Marshal A. J. Brigance has
raised in his garden some strawber-1
ries that excel in size and flavor any
that we have seen this season. Mr.
Brigance always has a nice garden
for his own use and a way of letting
his friends see what a good gardener
Mr. Glenn Terrell of Sumter coun-
y candidate for state senator, is in
the city. Mr. Terrell says he can be
counted on as against the division of
10c Tins Olney's Baked Beans 25c
15c Tins Olney's Baked Beans, 25c
XlcTins Olney's Baked Beans 35c
Sliced Boiled Ham, per lb, ...40c
Sliced Dried Beef, per lb...... 50c
cSEerman Salomi, per lb. . ; .... 40c
31a.- Made Peanut Butter, per lb 25c
Ko. 1 Fat Juicy Mackrel ;30c
2 Mackrel, 15 c, two-for..
L K. Teapot Grocery
PHONES 16 AND 174
The congregational business meet
ing held annually in Grace Episcopal
church on Easter Monday evening
was well attended last night and the
reports from all of the church 6rgan-
izations weTe most encouraging, each
making a good financial showing.
The Easter offering was solicited to
pay the indebtedness on the organ
and rectory, and Rev. J. G. Glass.
rector, announced that his appeal
had been generously responded to
and that the amount given, which
was nearly $600, would clear all
debts and leave a nice sum in the
treasury. The following vestrymen
were elected for the ensuing year:
D. S. Woodrow, senior warden; C.
H. Lloyd, junior warden; Fred Bur
den, C. K. Sage and H. M. Weathers.
All were re-elected except the last
The K. of P. held a largely at
tended meeting last night, all the
seats in the lodge room being filled.
Eight candidates, Messrs. J. A. Luff-
man, R. L. McCormick, J. C. John
son, R.4 E. Koonce, J. H. Roberts, B.
A. Brannan, J. H. Strunk and J. W.
Lamar. wrere instructed In the diffi
cult and responsible duties of es
- ., 4, ... 1,-"!
quire, and all sincerely declare they
knowT very much more now than
they ever thought of before.
If you buy once you will become a
permanent customer, as my low
prices and good goods will bring you
back. "Why Pay More?" B. Gold
Judge Wm. M. Gober.was inter
viewed by the Star this morning in
regard to making the race for rep
resentative. The judge said that
many had requested him" to run, but
he did not see how he could afford
it. The pay is too small for h'im to
lose time from the practice of his
profession, first for the campaign,
and then, if elected, to go to Talla Tallahassee.
hassee. Tallahassee. The judge will make a good
race if his friends prevail on him to
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Mr.. E.- W. Spencer, who is one of
the valued employes of the Polk
County Abstract Company, is spend spending
ing spending several days in Ocala, in the in interest
terest interest of his company. Bartow notes
in Tampa Times.
As a' gift Candy it has no
.Equal. HUYLER'S Candies
Symbol Sentiment. Their
freshness is guaranteed.
CALL PHOXE 375,
We'll deliver it; no extra
T. W. TR0XLER
The Home of Iluyler's.
ANY RIlASONABLIl OFFEKCElPTlZO.! L i
If you offer us only $50.00 and same
proves to be the biggest amount offered,
when all offers have been considered,
you'll get this elegant $300.00 Piano, for
that small sim.
This Piano will be awarded to the
highest bidder on May 2nd, at 2 o'clock
p. m. j
Get! to Yoiqp IBM att D)iniee:
as bids first received will be the first
considered in case of a tie. Easy terms
will be granted if desired, or a liberal
discount will be given for cash.
The proceeds of this sale will b equally divided between, the X'ossr'V8 u.;0' Ocala and to the Klns'd
Daughters of Ocala, to be used by those splendid charitable organizations as they may see fit. So, in buying
this piano you will not only get a bargain; but your money will be-spent by some, of the best women In ho
State in the best way imaginable. Your money will be given to aldJkojne homeless orphan, or some fcelplcca
widow. It might be used to keep some stocking from being empfrjjiext Christmas. You may be suro thnt
your money will be spent for entirely pralsworthy purposes if le'ft ta'tiie,good wpmen ?f Ocala and Marion
.'County.. -- ; : -' $2;'' s ;
This advertisement will appear-something like 20 times before May 2nd on whicH date tho pl-ns
will be awarded to the highest bidder, and this means a bill ot aforerU Jng Jof $50.00,; for which f tho
Star will charge nothing. This is its portion of the contrtbution;'Xni certainly : a more liberal or moro meri meritorious
torious meritorious thing could not be done by It.They are not only giving thof ptitllc one 'of the best daily end wcclil7
papers ih the state, but they are always ready to take, part in sipyihs calculated to promote suh echenca
no ahriva niiMfn1.: Tint for their erenerositv the above nronocltfc ? t;culd be lmDOCsiblO.
ACT QUICICLY! DONT WAIT!. If you want to see the j.np (lcall at our store, opposite Harrinstc
Hall. Inspect It, then make your bid on it, and if saine lis the hbict Ho ;niade when Ul are counted llzy ,)
you get the piano a piano that we sell regularly for $300.00. ; If you, cn't come, .write, and your cZ
will have the same consideration as if 'presented by hand. ONIiY .1 IiT WAIT. Send your offer at ones.
Ac Mo LANSIFdDISnDp MmeF9
(Eaillsio ' : ETlcDirflcSla
Tues. Sat. and Wkly
Try a DAILY STAR Warit Ad-It Pays
FIRE AVOOI, $3 PER CORD
Fire wood delivered to your
house at $3 for a full 128-cubic foot
cord. Dry pine, shingle backings,
eighteen inches long. Phone mill,
No. 15-M, or drop a card to G. W.
Davis, City. 4-6-tfdly&w
SUGAR HAMMOCK JjANDS
Merchant's Block, Ocala
ROSES FOR SAIiE
Phone 106 for your Easter roses,
50c. and 75c. per dozen. Special, at attention
tention attention given to birthday; wedding
or funeral orders. Prompt delivery.
TtTluia Lodge Np. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening f I 7:30 o'clockC in
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis Vis-itors
itors Vis-itors in the city invited to be with as
H. D. Stokes, N. G.
Unredeemed sewing machines.
Guaranteed In good order, as low as
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This bank is always cpen until 8
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and Mondays; on other days ttt the
week it closes at 3 o'clock In thV aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The bank will observe all
legal .holidays, both state land na national,
tional, national, and will remain closed on
those days. :
George Giles, President.
Frank PGadson, Cashier. 3-ltKtr
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR TUESDAY, A PHIL 14, 1014
GEO. J. BLiTCII, President
W. U. McRAINEY,
D. E. McIVER,
I. C. STILES, Jr.,
W. V. WHEELER,
14 Acres Good Farm Land,
all under fence, 12 acres cleared.
1 Good Well.
1 Good 6-Room Cottage,
Located on Silver Springs Road,
2 miles from business portion of city.
15. C. WEBB, Chairman of the Board.
Wilson Has Ordered the Entire
Atlantic Fleet Into Mexican
Capita! - $50,000.00
Surplus and Profits $41,500.00
Caring for the depositor's money
is a most sacred trust.
We appreciate this fact and in
making loans, while we are liberal,
j we are conservative, to the extent
I that our depositors ... are absolutely
I We want your business.
Special DepartmeM for Savings.
Alff .aim mSStL 111111a
IT IS E1EIII THAT THE ADIETMTII IS ABOUT AT THE
EIID OE ITS PATIEIICE VITH MEXICAN UEIICE
(United Press to the Star)
Washington, April 14, 2:40 p. m.
The entire Atlantic fleet, including
nine first class battleships and five
destroyers, under Admiral Badger,
has been ordered to leave immedi immediately,
ately, immediately, for Tampico, Mexico.
It is believed that a naval demon demon-stration
stration demon-stration by this country to compel a
salute to the American flag is in intended.
tended. intended. The battleships Vermont, Arkan Arkansas,
sas, Arkansas, New Jersey, New Hampshire and
Delaware will go from Norfolk.
The Kansas, Michigan, Illinois and
Missouri will go from Philadelphia.
The South Carolina has been wire wirelessed
lessed wirelessed and diverted from Santo
The fleet will arrive at Tampico
in eight days.
A Powerful Force
The combined force will be twelve
battleships with twenty thousand
jackies and marines under Rear-
Admirals badger, Fletcher
The movement of the vessels was
ordered at today's meeting of the
president's cabinet. r.
ROOMS 7 AND 8
YOU SIIOUIiD NOT NEGIiECTT TO "SCREEN" YOUR
PORCHES, DOORS AND WINDOWS. YOUR DOCTOR WHL
TELL YOU THAT FLIES AND MOSQUITOES AND LITTLE
"BUGS" OF ALL KINDS CARRY DISEASE-BREEDING
GERMS WHEREVER THEY GO.
YOU MAY AVOID A CASE OF DANGEROUS, EXPEN
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YOU BUY SOME SCREENS FROM US.
REMEMBER, OUR HARDWARE STANDS ILVRD WrEAR.
PtioncllS, Ocala, Fla.
Mexican Strain lias Never Been so
Near the Breaking: Point as at
the Present Moment
Washington, April. 14. Upon
whether, the commander of the Hu Hu-erta
erta Hu-erta forces at Tampico salutes the
American flag as an apology for the
arrest of American marines last
week, depends immediate develop developments
ments developments in the Mexican situation.
President Wilson declared, unoffi unofficially
cially unofficially that he expected the federal
commander at Tampico to Are a sa salute
lute salute to the Stars and Stripes as de demanded
manded demanded by Rear Admiral Mayo, and
he spoke with a confidence that im implied
plied implied Insistence. The navy1 depart department
ment department is still, unadvised as to whether
or not the salute has been fired. :
It is 'understood that instructions
have been sent to Charge O'Shaugh O'Shaugh-nessy
nessy O'Shaugh-nessy to represent to the Huerta
government the feeling of the ad administration
ministration administration here over, the affront,
but there. has been no announcement
on the subject. ;
Can Blow Greasers Off the Continent
At the Utavy department there is
confidence that the salute will be
fired at r.Tampico. This. is based
upon the knowledge of the tremen tremendous
dous tremendous offensive power of the Amer American
ican American fleet now in the harbor Just
outside of Tampico. The fleet, with
its big guns facing the weak shore
defenses. of the port is believed here
to render out of the question any re
sistance, by the Mexican federal com
mander, already J stretching his re resources
sources resources 6 repel the constitutionalist
forces hemming in the town.
Marion County Abstract Company
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In.. Opinion of Mexican Government
for Insult Offered to
VeTa Cruz, April 13. General
Gustavo Maas, the federal com commander
mander commander at Vera Cruz, speaking with
reference to the arrest of 'an Ameri American
can American detachment from the Dolphin at
Tampico, and ; the demand by the
American admiral for satisfaction
for the insult to the American flag,
said that the Mexican' government
had ordered General Morelos Zara Zara-goza
goza Zara-goza not to accede to Admiral Mayo's
demand which was that the Amer American
ican American flag should be saluted within
twenty-four hours, considering that
such a step would be highly deroga derogatory,
tory, derogatory, to national dignity and was also
uncalled for as absolutely no insult
had been offered to the American
'For the unfortunate mistake made
in arresting the Anlericans, General
Maas added, General Zaragoza said
he had, by his apology, made ample
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(MAY SAVE BECKER
Albany, N. Y., April 14. Shortly
before '.'Dago Frank" Cirofici went to
the death chair in Sing Sing prison,
heboid Warden Clancey that "Gyp
the Blood" Horowitz, "Leftie Louie"
Rosenburg and Harry Vallon, the
informer, fired the shots which kill killed
ed killed Herman Rosenthal and-for which
four men went to their death,
"So far as I know Becker had
nothing to do with the case," the
gunman declared. "It was a gam gamblers'
blers' gamblers' fight." :
Cirofici declared he was 3ve miles
away : at the time the crime was
committed and that "Whitey Lewis"
Seidenschner, although present at
the scene of the shooting, did not
fire any of the shots. -
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THE OCA LA EVEMAG STAR, TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1914
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED jEVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
15ITTIXGER & CAPaiOLL., PROPRIETORS
. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
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had much better r-easen for declar declaring
ing declaring war than this incident, and it
would spoil the record we have so
far made to commence shooting for
such a reason. As we all know, if a
bunch of American sailors had been
arrested in England, Germany or
Franc j, there would be no idea of
demanding a salute to our ag by
way of reparation.
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The following advertising rates will be charged In the Star for po political
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irom the date of insertion until the election, regardless of length of
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' Daily Weekly Both
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Member School Board 3.00 3.00 5.00
Constable ... J .. v ...... 2.00 2.00 4.00
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ill Other Offices 5.00 5.00 10.00
Those requiring over twenty lines will be charged an additional
rate on the same basis.
The Times-Union has summed up
the arguments for and against com commission
mission commission government in a very impar
tial and reasonable manner. The
Star takes pleasure in reproducin
most of the article, as it is a direct
reinforcement of the arguments the
Star has advanced several times in
the last two years:
"It must be admitted that the
commission form of government ap
proaches more closely-to a despotism
than anything else we have in the
United States. Two or three men
have a power that under our theory
of government, should not be en entrusted
trusted entrusted to such a small number. A
commission form of government is
the one furthest removed from pop popular
ular popular control. This we must admit
if we are honest. ;
"The success of this form of gov-
Conservative financial management plus progressive
methods have enabled the Munroe & Chambliss Bank to con considerably
siderably considerably increase its resources and usefulness to the people.
Accounts subject to check are cordially invited.
"THE BEST IN BANKING."
ences have helped to make the com
mission form of government a suc
cess. Some day it will be found,
however, that bad men have, been
clothed with excessive power, and
the city which experiences this mis
fortune' will find its conditions in
FRANK FEARS THOMAS
. J :.
' WILL BE. FORGOTTEN
JOHN'S OX WAS GORED
Told you so! The Jacksonville
lletropolis sets up a war whoop
about Arthur T. Williams' letter to
President Wilson, and
3ents reply. Says it was improper, an
are at work f on another campaign
now, and it is foolish to be digging
up the issues, let alone the recrim recriminations,
inations, recriminations, of the old one. So far as
the Star. knows, Mr. Stockton and his
friends have more monev to snend
the PresH than" Mr. Fletcher and his friends,
if there is any corruption f urid
IT IS TIME TO INVESTIGATE
and all that sort of thing.; Now, if out in this campaign they will prob-
Mr. Williams had been a supporter ahly be able to tell who handles it.
of Stockton, and had written to the
president and asked if he considered
Air- Stockton a progressive, and the
president had replied that he con
sidered Mr. Stockton very progres
sive indeed, how the Met.
Iiave cuddled and cooed over the
3t was proper for Mr. Williams to
write to the president, because Sen Senator
ator Senator Fletcher's opponents have been
proclaiming that the senator oppos opposed
ed opposed the progressive policies of Mr.
Wilson, and using this assertion as
an argument against Mr. Fletcher's
reelection; i If the president knew
If the reports that come from the
East Coast about the gilded gam-
would bins palace at West Palm Beach are
true, Governor Trammell will not be
doing his duty if he does not break
it up. If all these things are known
to the general public, they must be
known to the officers of the county,
and if they are known to the officers
and they do not put a stop to the
gambling the governor should re remove
move remove them. It is not so difficult for
the governor to find out. He can
Cand he certainly does- know) that P10 detectives who would make a
Senator Fletcher does not oppose his
Washington, April 14.-r Thomas
prnmpnf is diiA tn thfl pnnppntraHnn
, vn;P k &r Jefferson's birthday anniversary was
of power the exercise by a few of I .
almost despotic powers. It is devis devised
ed devised for the purpose of keeping the
government 'out of politics.' The ex expression,
pression, expression, 'out of politics' has a very
catchy sound, while 'out of the
hands of the masses of the people'
has an ugly sound. But .the two
forms of expression mean precisely
the same thing. :
"Commission forms of government
have been successful,, because, under
them, three .four, five or more men
far above the average have been
clothed with great power, and have
been able to tell the people to keep
their hands off. They have been
successful, because under them in intelligence
telligence intelligence and character ruled.
celebrated in the House yesterday
with Representative Frank Clark,
of Florida, making a speech propos
ing that resident Wilson head a
commission to plan a memorial to
mark Jefferson's birthplace at Old
Shad well, Va. Representative John Johnson,
son, Johnson, democrat, of Kentucky, prevent prevented
ed prevented a consideration of a resolution to
that effect on the ground that other
business was pending.
FRESH EGGS THAT ARE FRESH
EVERY ONE GUARANTEED.
w; E BIABSI
(From Bulletin HI 2, Florida Exper Exper-"
" Exper-" iment Station.)
There are many species of cater
pillars that go under the general
policies, but on the contrary tsup tsup-ports
ports tsup-ports them, it would have been very
Tain just in him to have refused to say
report on the matter in a very short ;
: The Star has been told by travel traveling
ing traveling men well acquainted with Palm
Beach that the gambling has been
xi uvsjjuiiaiii la uu-iuiciitau, u u l .
this fact does not prevent it-from ing the day, usually a little below the
being the best possible form of gov- surface of the ground, coming out at
ernment so far as its direct achieve- night to feed on whatever is to be
ments are concerned. If a small had. When disturbed their habit is
country had a king clothed with as to curl up and "play 'possum" for
complete powers as Oriental despot a time. ( 'When tomatoes are first set
ever enjoyed, and he were perfectly out, some cutworms eat off the young
good and perfectly wise, perfect jus- plants just above the ground. Other
tice would be done always between species crawl into the larger vines
all men, and this is far from being and feed on the young fruits. These
true when the people manage their are called "climbing cutworms."
own affairs. With all this reign of The moths, as a general rule, ny at
justice, however, the character of the night, and are grayish or brownish,
people would decline. A people that with lighter h,ind-,wings, and a com-
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A. M. Wiicon, Ttios. M. Wilcox,
ASST. MGR. PROP. AND MGR
safe bet that President for rears the common talk of the
and Arthur T. Williams town' but tnat 11 U winked at be" are nrotected are enfeebled. A neo- paratively thick and heavy body.
- I ... 1 t.'l. ... 1 I ... I "
come as near knowing what is right cause 01 oney speni m ine couniy pie that1 protect themselves, even if -When at rest the wings are folded
and jroper as any; two partisans
of by the class of people who do most not always wiselyf &ain ln strength. back over the body and arched to
MR. HYAX'S MONEY
of the gambling.
It is strange that the people of any
community can tie willing to put up
"But the trouble with a despotism form a roof.
is that the despot is not perfectly I Treatment. VVhere fields are
wise or perfectly good. By a close known to be badly infested with
with such a glaring violation. of law approximation co these qualities he cutworms they should be plowed as
will give a good government. But long in advance of setting out the
before that time what had Sena- f or Sain- but the Star has
or Fletcher done to bring about the doubt that there are plenty of good some Ume or Qther it win be found crop as ig pssible; This will cut off
progressive government at Washing- citizens Palm Beach, who will be that the man clothed with despotic the food supply and cause the worms
ion? Was he trvlns to elect a nro- w 6U,C1UU1 tllCAiX
-ressive .' president when he consort- redeem their town from the disgrace
, ed with the crowds that used Thomas of ing considered an American
5 Hyan's money in three Southern pionte Carlo. The, Star has -noticed
oo f o T.Wint,arv7TflpvJ considerable praise for the governor
-Oh, gee! The Met. has just woke
powers is foolish or vicious, and un-1 to starve or leave the fields, which
der such circumstances a despotism they will have done at the end of a
is the worst possible form of govern- few weeks. If is is not possible or
ment. desirable to plow the land so long in
, i i
'After all, any form of govern- advance, another method is to dis-
ment depends on the character of tribute in patches over the surface
the men placed in control, and the of the plowed field (a week or more
commission form has proved bene- before transplanting the tomatoes)
for his nerve in going after law lawbreakers
breakers lawbreakers and this is bigger game
than he has encountered yet. The
Star hopes that after showing his ficial because good men have been cabbage, lettuce or other succulent
nerve against onna tigers in some ,put in control. In many cases the veeretation which has been noisoned
tiita 4c yn fircif mj-. thai nap.icwoon s pruinrv. ha wi 1 1 nnr hp ..-. , I . ...
.xuciuuci, i.ixio xo I commission iorm nas oeen attoutea dv aiDDine it into aris ereen. one
JiJet. has referred to Mr. Ryan's mon- afraid t0 S after the hig, striped afr a period of misgovernment. It pound to 50 gallons of water, or the
oeasc at raim ueacn.
So far as the Star is able to re-
ej, supposed to be used two years
Ayear ago, the Times-Union mrde
'"sore f its characteristic attacks on
Wilson and his t supporters in the
campaign of 1912. alleging that a
st fund was used" to manufacture matter tnan the Atlanta police
"Wilson sentiment in Florida. And
has been adopted because conditions bait crop can be, as recommended by
had become intolerable under an- Smith, sprayed with the poison be-
The Star has its doubts about the other form. Under such circum- fore cutting. This will need to be re-
guilt of Leo Frank. It also doubts stances the people are in a frame of newed every two or three days. It,
that the much advertised Detective mind that guarantees the elaetion of
OnlV the best men in thft POmmilTlltV. fioM tnward ovAtilncr Tho mitnrnrms
The people are more apt to elect finding nothing else to feed on, will
good commissioners than good offi- eat this material and be killed.
Governor Trammell is almost sure cials clothed with less power. They A poison bait that has been used
ihe Star gave figures, based on its
own advertising bills, to show that to settle the difficulty with which he are apt to think anybody will do for satisfactorily by truck
much money was used to obtain p.ub- confronted in the conviction of a minor omce, and to be careless Florida is made by mixing bran with
Jidiy for Underwood's claims, and sis Johnston, the Calhoun county wnemer iney vote lor nt or unnt pans green In the propotions of one
xery little for Wilson's. The Star hvoman, of murder in the first de- men. Then it is often true that a pound of the latter to fifty pounds
I I . ...... I '.--
Sdnt say anything about Mr. Ryan's! gree by commuting her sentence to njan grows m cnaracter wun tne of bran. It should be mixed dry, and
xnrmpv beinff used, for it didn't life Imprisonment. Public sentl- Power given mm. ah
.Jcnow. Iment will approve of his doing so.
But the Metropolis, at that time, No matter how black-hearted a crim-
flldn't say anything. It swallowed mal the woman is It would never do i
ihe insult to Mr. Wilson and his sup- to put her to death.
IoTters without a word of protest.
iNow comes the Metropolis and sets The Star is in doubt about that
np a howl about Mr. Ryan's money, order of Admiral Mayo to the Mex- jr. e. CHACE
Trhich It knows no more about than icans at Tampico that they must
31 did a year or two years ago. It make reparation for the arrest of
grants to hurt Senator Fletcher and nine sailors from an United States
isn't particular what means it uses, vessel by saluting the American flag.
The Star is informed by a gentle- Arresting the American sailors and
roan who knows more about the parading them thru the streets was a
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
cOnderwood campaign fund than any- piece of spiteful foolishness, such as Terms: Cash.
'one telse that it was raised by var various
ious various Irlends of Mr. Underwood : not
near so rich as Mr. Ryan, and that
Ihey are not yet thru paying off the
The .Star did considerable ad ver ver-iising
iising ver-iising for Underwood, at a very 'low
irate, and was paid for all it did. It
did. a great deal more advertising for
Mr. Wilson, for which it made no
charge. It had no kick coming on
. Underwood's advertising, but resent resented
ed resented and disproved the assertion that
there was a WTilson corruption fund,
iand that it profited thereby.
At any rate that was all in the
ssimpalgn of two year
the Mexicans seem prone to commit
every once in a while. If the Mex
icans had refused fo give the sailors
up, or killed or injured any of them.
it would have been the proper thing
to have shot their mud forts and tin
warships to pieces. But Huerta
seems to have been very prompt in
''disavowing and apologizing for the
act of his pig-headed subordinate.
Now, if the American admiral has
ordered the Mexicans to salute the
American flag, and they don't salute,
he must either back down or open
fire. One would be humiliating and
the other would be worse. It would
start a war at once. We have already,
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these innu- then moistened with enough water
(to which a little sugar or syrup has
been added) to make the whole
mass wet but not sloppy. A little
of this can be placed near each plant
which it is desired to protect. The
worms seem to prefer this bran to
even green vegetation. This remedy
can be used when it is impossible to
use either of the two preceding
ones. It will require about ten
pounds of the bait per acre. In New
Zealand they use salt instead of
sugar or syrup in the water with
which the bran is moistened. Just
enough salt is used to enable one to
taste it in the water. Some truck
growers prefer to ; use cottonseed
meal instead of bran. In this case
they use about a teaspoonful of
Paris green to a quart of meal.
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THE OCALA VEXING STAR, TUESDAY, APRIL. 14, 1914
We are headquarters for
Seeds, Insecticides, Sprays, Poul Poultry
try Poultry and Stock Remedies. We
also carry a line of light Hard Hardware..
ware.. Hardware.. We keep in stock
ARSENATE OF LEAD
BORDEAUX MIXTURE ; PASTE
SULPHUR AND LIME
WHALE OIL SOAP
AND OTHER INSECTICIDES.
OCALA SHALL NOT
I P. D. ODEU-J
! CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
S Estimates on any kind
t of Building furnished on &
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& snort nouce. ail woitk
117 N. SANCHEZ STREET.
g PHONE NO. 308 OCALA
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
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avenue to Connor and berthed at the
orange grove; cleared Connor Mon Monday
day Monday for Grahamvllle and to Red
Hot; and from Red Hot to Delks
Bluff. The Captain McGuire, it is
said, might put in the Blue Roads
Saturday. After arriving in the
Blue Roads the ower vessel and her
tender, the St. Johns, Captain Maxie
Mason, clears for the Sharp's Ferry
The Captain McGuire is surveying
for the dredge Florida and the
marks she blazes on the river trail
straightens the crooked river only
just enough to enable arsteamer to
navigate it. The Oklawaha will be
preserved In almost all its crooked crookedness,
ness, crookedness, though the points which are
treacherous to navigation shall be
lifted. This old stream of romance
and weirdness and fastness shall still
remain as of old just modernized
in places and deepened and widen widened
ed widened and locks place to hold the raging
river checked for safe navigation.
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A fleet of fishing smacks and
launches is down in the mouth and
around Bear Island and Riverside.
The Oregonian III. Captain Ma Mason,
son, Mason, from Connor to Silver Springs,
Race Between Two Fliers
The Princes (Irene, Captain Henry
Mason, left Connor Friday for this
j port. The fleet Princess put off from
Connor Friday afternoon as the City
of Ocala entered the station there,
and the two fast vessels buckled to
their'engines, each trying to beat the
other into Blue Roads. All the way
up the Irene stood in the lead, flirt flirting
ing flirting 'aft her flag. After breasting
over the crcolrel way, the City o! country cne night, I-heard. an awful
Ocala began to overhaul the Irene in j noise, a roaring sound, and when I
Eveetaally Youl Boyi:
WHY NOT NOW?
Not because it is cheaper, but because
it is BETTER and more economical ; will
stand more rough usage, will go and
COME BACK where many other cars will
NOT. Lighter on tires, more economical
on upkeep, gas and oil. than any automo automobile
bile automobile in the world.
ROADSTER, $500; 5-PASSENGER. $550.00,
F. O. B. DETROIT. FULLY EQUIPPED.
EBWAMD TUCESEK, Agent
A light, two-passenger, four four-,
, four-, cylinder Gar. 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
Great Bird Lake and at the Thous Thousand
and Thousand Spring was almost close enough
to read her name, on the "counter."
The Oklawaha Farms dredge ,the
Oklawaha, Captain Clarence White,
and the tender Oregonian, Captain
Billpn Long, steams from Tiger Den
on or about the 1st ol May for
Sharp's Ferry, and the dredge goes
to work on the Clinton sand bar,
moving it from the channel and
opening up the Little Oklawaha for
the Leesburg-Eustis freight vessels
and the Sharpshooter.
The Lotus, the Lena, B., and the
Oregonian are at Electra station.
The Wanderer at Jordon, the Tus-
cawilla at Eureka, the Oregonian II.
in Blue Roads.
The Oregonian II., Captain Dobbs,
rom Silver Springs, to Connor.
Star Want Ads. Bring Results
Mr. William Conway stated that
he would transfer his rafting crews
to Gore's Landing. Mr. Wade Tillis
uses the Los Kiss station on his raft-
ng base. The Savage Brothers, who
get out pine and hardwood timber,
operate their Jogging camp around
leather Island. On the lower river
are several logging companies. Most
of the men float their Tafts out by
hand and the Oregonian : III. tows
Progress on the Big Work ;
The big United States dredge
Florida, with its tenders, which is
now off Devenport station," lower
Oklawaha river, digging, on the Ok Oklawaha"
lawaha" Oklawaha" end of the trans-Florida
canal, is working on an old Oklawa
ha river appropriation fund. The big
appropriation of $733,000, which is
now before, the Senate, when passed
will not be available until July.
The old appropriation fund will
hold out until the new fund is creat
ed. 'The starting of this via Oklawa
ha canal across Florida means. to the
South a project of ast magnitude,
connecting up the whole Southland
with the Panama canal. Florida will
be benefited1 more than any other
state, as this land of flowers V will
eventually be marked all over by in
land canals, which, while in serving:
a mode of delightful transportation,
regulates freight traffic to the water
rate like unto the Connor country.
Dunnellon, on the west, shall become
the Portland of the Gulf, in the days
of the canals. Florida shall then
possess some of the largest ports of
the Western continent--Jackson-
ville, .Tampa, Key. West, Pensacola,
Dunnellon, Boca Grande, New
Smyrna, St. Petersburg and Miami
And they shall grow fat and laz
under the. ban of the. easyand
dreamy shipping of the 'seas. And
coffee "and meats, all edibles, and
cloth, shall drop, for Florida shal
"possess the close-in ports to the Pan
ama canal. Many of i the ships zil
not pass Florida then and hail New
York; but shall hail here in th& be
ginning and trade to Floridians wha
they wish, then clear for the port of
Over here and there at ports
canals will jut out of Florida to sea
and the typical inland canal boats
shall steam out into the edges of. the
ocean, where the surf laves the main
and trade with the vessels of the
Ocala Shall not be Oppressed
Ocala shall not be oppressed' in
the canal days, as links of steel shall
bind the city close around here over
the Bine Road. In; fact, Ocala, the
state's logical center, capitol of Mar Marlon,"
lon," Marlon," shall fight her way to the rights
of freight tariff regulation and then,
her people consolidated, and eating
high-class but cheaper rated biscuits,
builds into a city of Amazon great greatness
ness greatness and the splendor of the City of
Angels. The east coast and west coast
of Florida shall be on different divis divisions
ions divisions of the canals, with Kissimmee
for the south-center, and Ocala-Lees-bur,g
as 'the junction stations north north-center,
center, north-center, and Lake City, north.
Old China has the most mileage
of canals in the world. In the new
canal days of Florida this- state
shall exceed any nation in canals, I
do believe. Then all the river bor border
der border land, rich as cream, shall be put
under cultivation, like the famous
Oklawaha River 'Farms Jand at
Muckland, and Florida, besides re receiving
ceiving receiving freight from, ocean vessels,
shall carry out to them the home
made truck of the rich river prairie
From the Sharpshooter's Log Book
"On the main channel of the Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha river mosquitoes were very
few this summer (1913) and some
of the men aboard did not even
swing their .mosquito nets, but slept
out in the open starlighted night
with covering. In the creeks, how
ever, when our vesel hailed a port
and night settled down, some mos mosquitoes
quitoes mosquitoes would circle about and then
settle. We used nets at night in these
creeks. While in the purple waters
of the fastness of the Tiger Den
began to take more notice and listen,
the sound became a deep bellow of
defiance, partly with that of pain,
and then I dropped my log book and
secured a. boat hook. The sound
continued intermittingly and floated
nearer over the tall, dark cypress.
Evidently the fiat, upper deck of the
Sharpshooter looked mighty good as
a "hangar," for suddenly .there ap appeared
peared appeared off the forward quarter deck,
starboard, a large framed bird with
a bill a yard long. It was a Tiger
Den mosquito, and the old fellow
carried sung under one of his Im
mense legs a whooping big brown
bull, which was doing the bellowing.
The mosquito carried the bull under
a leg on his left side, and .. under a
eg onhis right side or starboard
side he held a grindstone. He whet
ted his bill on the grindstone and
every few seconds he would pop his
bill into the bleeding shoulder of the
This excerpt from the log, was
penned by "W" whoever that Is, and
the last extract says: "The big mos
quito wjth the bull did not settle on
the Sharpshooter's upper, deck, but
flew to a tremendous cypress stump
at the den and when the vessel clear cleared
ed cleared for the canal several mosquitoes
had joined the first one and they
were fiddling the Bull to sleep."
This old gag has whiskers on it. treh
Ifioneer of the Coining Progress
Mr. C. (Ed.) Carnijchael, of Ocala,
will be the first Ocalan to haul his
freight by water. His boat will be
completed within sixty days. 1
. Seminole Xames Translated l
"Welaka" is the Indian name for
the Saint Johns river.
"Ctio-co-ta-ti-yee" is th3 Indian
name for village.
'Tos-chee", the jaybird.
. The fluttering, and swift kingfisher
in he Seminole language is "O-cho-ko."
"Oklawaha," is the crooked or
I gtThe Old Hpnse Under Plew Llangflement'
Thirty Bath Itcoms.
Running Water in EVEQY Doom.
lates: '$1. and. $1.50 Per lay.
You .will like this house now, and you will be treated right hero
$12,000 now being spent on improving the house.
Under same management as Keystone Hotel, Fernandina, Fla.
We mean are you getting the service we vish to
fa give yoii and which you ought to have? We believe
you are. Most of ourcustomers are satisfied, and we
are proud of the fact. But if there is anything wrong
in our relations we want to know it NOV, so we can
do our part in straightening it out before the rush
OGALA ICE' & PACKING COMPANY
Feathers of the Vegetable Kingdom
Ferns, of which there are several
varieties, "from the little clinging
tree fern to the wide -mass of other
varieties, some with great, i long and
PLANT AT NORTH MAIN ST;
DEALERS IN ,-
Crushcd Stone Lake Mr arJ Common
. Sand, Alias OrapJ Cemeai
hi. all shapes and for all purposes. Sidewalk, street hulldlng or
fence cement or concrete construction done under contract. Any
size job-r-iarge or 'small anywhere In Central Florida.; We positive positive-guarantee
guarantee positive-guarantee guarantee every piece' of work we do. Call, phone or
write for estimates. No job Is' too large for us'to do none Is too
small to have our best attention.
PHOWE SOU, Ocalo, Fla
A. 1. 1!I!11,J? res..
wide green leaves, and some 1 with
web-footed leaves, grow In profusion
on the river banks of the Oklawaha,
in- Marion and Putnam counties.
Their light green foliage blends
very 'beautifully with the fringe like
leaves, of the; overhanging cypress
and the whole river bank is gorg
eously decorated, v
Advertise in the Star.
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i t cirae iievesicors
Mar ao an
AM. proud enough of the record which the FLORIDA TITLE & ABSTRACT COM COM-PANY
PANY COM-PANY has made during the past two years to be willing to assume that you are
fairly: well acquainted with tSe company tnd ts record. If you are not, then ask the
banks; attorneys nnd big land owners of the County as to Its work and; reputation.
To develop its business possibilities to a greater degree requires, a larger capital
than it now has, and to provide for such development the FLORIDA TITLE & ABSTRACT
CORrORATTON has been formed with greater and broader powers and a capital of
$50,000.00 (one-half of the total capitalization) as a Preferred 8 per ?ent. Cumulative stock
and will share in the further profits of the business until it may be paid 12 per cent. In
any one year.
The new Company will succeed to the old Company's plant, business and assets of,
.every character and every dollar of its worth will be pledged ""to secure the safety of the
stockholders of shares of its Preferred stock, and the annual 8 per cent, dividend accruing
In disposing of the $50,000.00 Preferred Capital Stock, it is my desire to sell at least
one-fourth to Marion County investors HOME PEOPLE-who have a knowledge of and
faith In local conditions, the pecuniary profits as can be demonstrated by our books, have
been thus far satisfactory and may be considerably enhanced by increased capital stock In
order to extend the business beyond its present limits.
:-. I am "so certain of financial success for all investors that I am content to take my own
' personal profits from the earnings to accrue on the6 Common Stock of the ; corporation, after
. the 'preferred share holders have been secured their profits, as above outlined.
The support thus furnished, by our home people in addition to the thoroughness,
promptness and reliability of our work, as evidenced by approval of local bankers and at attorneys,
torneys, attorneys, as well as by big land owners of the County and State will enable me to command
sufficient funds and. control sufficient business, from within and without Marion County, to
make the Florida Title &. Abstract Corporation; a truly State-wide, permanent and "profit "profitable
able "profitable institution.
Your pledge to any portion of the Preferred Stock subscription made promptly, will
N Youry very truly, .
R. S. ROGERS.
R. S. ROGERS, .
You are authorized to enter my name for a subscription of .............. .shares
(Par value $100.00" each of the Preferred 8 per cent Cumulative Stock of the FLORIDA
TITLE &, ABSTRACT CORPORATION."
Payment of this" subscription to be made on call or the company, Jn the following
manner, viz: . :
ALL . . ........ . . . . .... OR,
In four equal installments, viz: Oh demand and In two, four and six months with Interest
at 8 per cent., note to be given for the deferred payments and stock to be issued and at attached
tached attached to note as collateral security.,
(Mark out the manner of payment not used). :
Name of Subscriber.
THE OCALA "I EVENING STAlt. TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1914
SCHOOL, ELECTIONS TODAY
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)
Children's Easter Party
At the home pi her parents, Mr
and Mrs. H. C.J Jones, Miss Helen
Jones entertainld nearly fifty, play playmates
mates playmates vesterda afternoon from 3 to
6 o'clock at an Easter party.
Elections occur in nearly all of the
38 sub-school districts of the county
today for trustees and to fix the
millage for the coming year. The
election in Ocala is being held in the
courthouse, second floor. Messrs.
more and to know that she has re- I Isaac Stevens, D. X. Ferguson, Hor-
gained her usual health since retir- ace Whetstone and L. Dozier are the
i u l lnspectors and clerk. Ihe same
Lvaze resides in Ocala. but snends trustees are being voted for again:
much time at her father's srove near Messrs. Chace, camp ana uary ana
Leesburg, where she leads a quiet tne Popular mill tax seems to be tne
nf nrx Pninv tho snnrt r,f fie, highest one, three mills, which the
5TcrTIc3eBasts a 'prettier lawn lag.Bart0W notes in Tampa Times. district needs to meet its expenses.
than Mr. and Mrs. Jones and it was
on the lawn that the young hostess
entertained her guests, bright color colored
ed colored eggs being hidden in the flower
beds for a hunt and games were en
joyed until the rain storm came
Sons of Veterans' Entertainment
Up to 3 p. m., 22 votes had been
cast. Mr. C. F. Flippen being tne
22nd man to vote.
TOMORROW. THE LAST DAY
Tomorrow will be the last day you
can register if you are. to vote in
the coming primary. Mr. Barco will
A delightful treat 13 in store for
all who attend the social entertain entertainment
ment entertainment to be given this evening at the
Mrs. Jones assisted her daughter Woman's Club by John M. Martin
with her party and in serving sand- Camp, Sons of Confederate Veterans,
wiches, cake and punch Mrs.' C. O. The address of welcome will be
Jones and Misses Myrtle and Ocie delivered by Rev. Banyan Stephens, be 1q hig office m the courthouse up
Hail asslStea. fc" ywb fc"v W1 stairs: till fnmnTTnvi nie-M Attend
. tn thfl matipr nr. nn. if vnn na vfi
Miss Alice Bullock was the host- -"W ee "in, vocui ,oiu uy x ss neglected it tm now
with whom the reading club piargueme roner, a enon uik oy
spent a pleaiant two, hours this aft- "Mr. W T. Gary tw m
Itueis uy t iuaic qucii lei vuuipubvu ui
Edward Drake and Harry Cole.
The program will last half an
hour and the remainder of the eve
NEW ENGIiAND STATES
Mrs. P. G. Snowden of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, a former resident, passed thru
the city today en' route to Leesburg
Two young men from the New
England states have arrived in Ocala
and will become citizens of this
tttI 11 "Krt avim t A n f f o 1 lxr o f
to visit relatives, after fordIng a pleasant opportunity WhT T?ey are Messrs. Costello
will join her daughter, Mrs. Sallie
Nelson in Tampa.
The Marion county friends of Mr.
D. N. Barco, formerly a resident of
Cotton Plant, will read with regret
all of the guests to meet the mem
bers of the camp.
IMlss Weathers Hostess at Auction
and Horrock, and ; have bought forty
acres of good land four miles from
Ocala on the Blitchton hard road.
They will immediately commence
building a house, clearing and fen'c-
Last evening Miss Janet Weathers ing their land and will plant it to
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the news of his illness. ve learn CULeiAUCU. ueil&u,-lullJ' ut a" illAUi crops ana truit as soon as possioi.
from the Arcadia News that Mr. mai tnree taDie aucuon parxy com- They paid cash for the land and are
Barco is at Battle Creak. Mich., tak- plimentlng her house guests, Misses going to work in a business like way
insr mpdirai treatment: Mabel Drane of Lakeland and that is sure to make them success-
-VI .-. -r-r I
. prances Arnoja OE isewnan, lia. ner fui tillers of the soil. Their land
Mr. and Mrs. H. Hanson of Jack- . 7Z " JV""0 xv "" "v'"fo""
' in lfR fll n-r lit! fl llliril f 111(1 I K-ir All. IKtndn 1 rf U Vi -wH n I f In Tl H
oni0 o-iiocta fnr fnnfp'ht nf Mr. I ui j.vuv.vic auU
and Mrs. W. W. Harrisst Mr. Han- f ollow!n young men: JIe43rs Hi.b.- Urom Messrs. Fausett and Hall.Ir.
. .. . . :. I bert Weathers. W U. Taylor, J. ti. I Frank W Ditfn the rftal estate
Fertilizer Co.. of which he is the agent, soia tne iana to Messrs. uos
head renresentative in Florida. Is Warrls, .Ur. tello and Horrock, and he says they
n,,,,, ,n fl,fl atftmnhiio tm,r me. rounQs 'Oi aucuon were very have a fine location on good land
through the state, accompanied by teresting and the games were fol- and he was glad to be able to locate
his wife, and they were joined last uwu " tnem mere
iresumeiiis, cuusibtiug vu sirawueiry
Is the Sign of the Best Tuings Canned PicK,2o cz3 FFecsrvcs.
Here are a few of the VEGETABLES carried:
Tips and peeled
2 and 3 lb. cans
2 and 31b. cans
Tomato Sauce, Plain
French style, plain
; : Green Limas
, 2 lb. cans
2 arid 3 lb. cans
evening in "Gainesville by Mr. Har-
riss, who motored up ;in the after afternoon
noon afternoon especially to meet them.
The Eastern Star sewing circle
will meet at Yonge's hall. Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
, Mrs. Ernest Lytle and young son
and Miss Tillie Pasteur are guests
of their sister, Mrs. C.
They expect to return to their home
ice with whipped cream, cake, salt- TILIiEIVS FIXE CROP PItOSPECTS
ed almonds and candies.
Mr. J. M. liner or Martin report-
Mr. and Mrs, Fordyce H. Rogers ed to this office yesterday the ; first
concluded their annual winter, visit cantaloupe bloom that we have
to Ocala yesterday, leaving by boat heard of this season. Mr. Tillef has
for Palatka and a trip down the kept a careful record for a number
East Coast before returning to their of years of the first appearance of
home in Detroit, Mich. They "will bloom on his cantaloupes, and ;the
i 2 lb. and mammoth cans 2 lb. cans
These are only a few of these we have. They,
and the unmentioned ones, are each one, the choicest
of its kind. 1
S Cullen j wv-awv, v,twu .v I.UiUUXll lUla JtJttl IS gUAl DBteu VU(tj3
II InfM if i-: I L 1 J. i j J ..
t a earner niaii 111 a.uv uieviuus &tittuu.
. i j i
at Lake Weir tomorrow. ;
) Miss, Ophelia ,Sawtell is the guest plantings. He has 70 acres that are
- Thursdav pvpnlne- at thir attract- of Miss Kathleen Jackson for a few looking well and withy the warm
' ivo hnmo n -.Wonntia ctroot ifi- or, days. weather and rains are growing like
Mrs. C. L. Gamsbv will entertain at mushrooms
auction their guests including the
members of the Thursday Evening Prty yesterday to herv pretty little and the plants are looking well. The
Auction Club with whom thev have daughter, Polly. A number of the first bloom appeared on these afeo
frequently played during the winter, Iittle girl's friends were invited, and yesterday. He has To acres in tqma-
and a few other friends. j au naa a very nice unie. uuesis 01 ws, awes m waieriuciuus uu
- ' : honor were a newly wedded couple
"Mr. anTMrs. Alfred Ayer arTSfrs Mrs Smith's brother, .Mr. Glover
, H JT 1 1 Jt i T 1 J ' f .i.
tertainlng their cousin, Mss Isabelle f.iurt;, tnu uis unu.
( of Allendafe, S.tJ. Miss- Patterson
r -HrirtiS For results; .put your 'ildvertisemerit';:!'ih' the;-. Siar
A HEALTH MOT
Mrs. E. P. iRentz, who accom-
I has been erfjoyng a series of visits.1 Vnie& her son, Mr. Jim Rentz to
V with friends In the southern part
The state. ;
Miss Annie 'B. Savage is J again in
iBarto w and for the next few weeks
i3 to fill her former position as socle;
ty editor of the Record. Her many
friends are glad to see- her again
after an absence of two' years or
: ... THE ., J
I aiir dome
5 REELS 5
A Black' Conspiracy- 2-reel feature.
The Leopard, and the Burglar
It Pays to Wail Western drama.
' TOPLITSKY AND CO.
Keystone Farce Comedy, Featuring
Ford Sterling, Prince of
Her Uncle's Will Comedy
Arcadia last week in the car, return
ed home today, after enjoying a
brief visit to her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rentz.
Mrs. Robert McDoughal and
daughter of Englewood are visiting
at the home of the former's mother,
Mrs.'M. A. Williams. I
At an enjoyable dinner party Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night at tthe Atlantic Beach
hotel, given by Mr. Ben Austrian, of
Reading, PaV, the celebrated artist,
int honor of Prince Saephia, of
enna,' Austria, Miss Frances An
; Sister Esther, ;Carlotta, state pre
mem or tne united JJaugnters or tne
Confederacy, has appointed as hon honorary
orary honorary divisioTK representatives to at attend
tend attend the reumon next month, Mrs.
Matilda Badge and Mrs. J. H. Liv Livingston
ingston Livingston and aT their alternates, Mrs.
IB. M. Howard and frs. R. B. Bul-Jock.
9wrats among tne guestsrv
SEARS AND COTHROX
High Class Vaudcvfllo
Adults 10 c.
Court House Square
Miss Nannie Smith, who is the
guest of her cousin, Dr. W. K. Lane,
and wife, left this afternoon for a
visit to Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Lytle at
Weir sd ale.
45 acres of ; cabbage from which
he shipped his first carload Saturday,
with prospects of many cars to 1 fol
Mr. Tiller has several acres of
cucumbers, squash and sweet, corn.
and of the staple, crops he has 200
acres of corn, 50 acres of oats and is
preparing to plant 60 .acres, in pea-
nuts. Mr. Tiller Is a naval stores
operator and until he located in Ma Marion
rion Marion county never thought to culti cultivate
vate cultivate his land, but here he has made
a most gratifying success of farming.
DR. BOXEY HAS :
DONE HIS FULL DUTY
fTf a. man' desires' to aiecure'A' li
cense (in Chicago) to carry on a
street vendor's trade, push cart, or
sell shoestrings or buttons, he must
be accompanied by a. respectable cit citizen
izen citizen to vouch for his responsibility.
If he desires to get : married he
passes his name thru the window of
the clerk's office and the name of a
similarly unknown female, and they
are allowed to marry and propogate
their kind' t
This is from Dean Sumner,' who
refused to marry a couple ; without a
certificate of physical fitness of both
persons '. seeking to get married.
3LtRY OARED TOO MUCH
Ocala, April 1.
To the Members of the Florida
Association:, The annual meeting of
the Florida Optometry Association
and the Florida State Board of Ex Examiners
aminers Examiners in Optometry .will convene
in annual session in Day tona, Fla.,
May- 20th and 21st. There will be
an interesting program each day. I
cope every member will sacrifice the
Ballardvale Ginger Ale, extra dry,
two for 25 cents or $1.25 per
dozen. For sale only at the Rexalf
Fresh bread, cakes and pies every
day; delivered to anjr '. part of the
city. Heinti Bakery. ,12-3 1-tf
A few automobile accessories at
lower prices than elsewhere. "Why
Pay More?" B Goldman. 4-8-
Dr. W. K. Lane -Specialist, Eye,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Bu'ldlng, Ocala. Adv.
me and come.
I have served the association and
board as president for seven terms
and devoted my entire time to the
Kiplifting of optometry. I will at
this meeting withdraw from : the as association
sociation association and said board, feeling that
I have sacrificed more time and1
money than I should have done.! If
you place a value on optometry I
would advise you to report at this
I have been instrumental in plac placing
ing placing on the statute-books of Florida
one of the best optometry laws in
the country, with: the help of the
loyal optometrists of Florida, and
knowing the people of the state
realize the protection of the eye de derived
rived derived from the optometry law, I feel
repaid for my time. My resignation
has been sent in to the governor as
member of said optometry board, to
take effect after the above, meeting,
which will enable me to give my 'of 'office
fice 'office practice close attention.
Yours truly, D. M. Boney
Bargains in auto speedometers,
such as Stewart, etc. "Why Pay
More?'' B: Goldman; 4-8
Cures C!d Sores, Othsr Remedies Won't Cure.
The worst cases, no matter of how long standing,
ire cured by the wondtrf-tl, old reliable Dr.
barter's Antisept'" JJelig Oil. It relieve-"
?in and Be. at the sauc tin.--. 25c. 50c; S1.QC
Jacksonville, April; 14'. ;-Miss
Mary. E.. Kirby, an. attractive young
woman of the highway section of
Jacksonville, committed suicide last
night, following a quarrel with her
sweetheart. She drank the contents
of a .bottle of poison and 'was dead
when found by her parents."
IS STEADY ilXI) RAPID
Tarpon: Springs Leader: It is an announced
nounced announced that the Atlantic Coast Line
Railway; will immediately extend its
line fromlthe presents terminus at
Sebring, in DeSoto county, to Immo Immo-kalee
kalee Immo-kalee in Lee county. This Mill 'open
up for a distance of 75 miles, what
is said to be a very fine section of
Florida; The Florida East Coast
Railway intends to build southward
from Homestead to Cape Sable. The
Seaboard is building here and there
in the state and the Tampa & Gulf
Coast Is building from Tampa to St.
Petersburg through this county. In
a few more years Florida will -be
so thoroughly covered by railroads
that every section can be easily
OCALA NORTHERN SCHEDULE
No. 72 Leave Ocala daily 1:15
p. m. Arrive Palatka daily, except
Sunday, 4:45 p. m. Arrive Palatka
Sunday, 4:15 p. ml
No. 71 Leave Palatka daily ex except
cept except Sunday, 7:40 a. m. Arrive
Ocala 11a. m.
.- No. 73 Leave Palatka Sunday, 8
a m. Arrive Ocala, 11 a. m.
F(DK. SAILS '. AT A ISAEKSAfiS
One : EJlUnCE n:pCSp :: fl9!2 LZz:z?
Complete with Carburetor cad llaitto
One rncisl 10 EIIIJHCK HtdcrJcofcd
North Main St.
We Show Above Snap SI:g!s ol Our Delivery
Wagon as Seen About Town
Old Dobbin is a wonder, when it comes to getting there on time.
TRY US ON THESE
White Rose Tea and Cocoa, Sunshine Crackers,
in Bulk or Packages, Shapleigh Sterling Coffee,
William Tell Flour
, PICia,ES OF ALL KINDS IN STOCK
Twenty-One Pounds of Sugar for One Dollar with $1 Cash Pur- :
chase of Other Groceries on .Saturday and Monday Only.
J. L SMITH GROCERY GOf.OTV
For Buggies, Carriages, Cartu 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 p.ll kinds of Farming Machinery;
Agents for the Fomous all Steel Jdoline Plows, one horse Disc
Cultivators, McCormick Binders, r?Mowers, Rakes, Reapers and
IHC Binder Twine. Agents for the Fairbanks Morse Gas and -.
Oil Engines arid 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 frojn us.
: 1 IrCimiifnilhitl 2i E,aiinig?
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1914 SEVCH
' "' ' ' ' ' ............ .... - - ; V
OPPOSITE HARRINGTON HALL JIOTEL
. C ALA, FLAME) A ;
VICTOR TALKING MACHINES
STATE ATTORNEY -V
. ,fr --s
Hr.; -. ,:"'-
Ion County: I desire to announce
my candidacy for re-election to the
position of county commissioner for
the first district of this county, sub-
jject to the action of the primary. My
past record in thi3 office is before
you and I trust It' is such as meets
your; approval. k
C. (Ed.) Carmichael.
Ocala, Fla., March 21, 1914. ..dly
George AV. Scofield
I am a candidate
the office of state
fifth judicial circuit, and v solicit
youi vote at the June orimary U
Respectfully, v' v
George W. Scofield.
J. F. Parker s
; I .-. n
To the Democratic Voters:
I hereby 'announce "my candidacy
for commissioner from the Second
distract, subject to the June demo democratic
cratic democratic primary. If elected, I promise
to discharge the duties of the office
to the very best interests of the en entire
tire entire 5 county, regardless; of section,
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.- F. Parker.
Leroy, Fla., March" 27f 1914. ;
Jolin AV. Coulter
This is to notify; the democratic
voters of Marion county that I am a
candidate for. county commissioner
for re-electiAnto an(j wm appreciate their votes in "the
attorney for the June primary. Yours. very truly;;
J. W. Coulter.
Jos. W. Davis
I am a candidate for the office of
county commissioner from district
Xo. 3. to succeed myself, and will an-
J. C. B. Koonce preciate the votes of my friends
I hereby announce my i candidacy throughout the county.
for nomination in the June primary f Jos. W; Davis.
for the office of state attorney fcl Summerfield Florida".
the fifth judicial circuit of Florida. ;
J. C. B. Koonce. W. Luff man
I hereby announce my candidacy
for re-election for county commis
si sioner f6f the fifth' district of Marion
I X L A. J. i A .JL T
ouuiyf euuject 10 hciiuvl oi iue June
I hereby announce myself a candx- primary.. Respectfully, .
date for the office of state senator, W. Luffman.
twentieth senatorial district of-.Flor-t SDarr. Fla". ADril 7 1914.
D. G. AVatkins
td'aVcomprising thej counties-ofiMar:-ion
and Sumter, subject to the action
ine ueiuocraucrpniuary w ufrem I am a candidate for re-election to
lune iau, isi. uienu xerreii. thf nffr nf mmv mmmksJnnAr nf
AdV. V ebSter,- Fla. HIoMM XTv 9 Alorlnn .ftimfv
LAKE AT-:iR Y. C. T. U.
The Lake Weir Union held its reg
ular meeting at Weirsdale, Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, April 9fh. The meeting open opened
ed opened with a song, followed by reading
of the second Psalm, and prayer .by
Mrs. Reed. The roll was called and
he minutes of the previous meeting
approved. -. .
Three bills were ordered paid, one
for the anti-cigarette day expenses,
one for song books and a bill of Mr.
Richie for stationery. A vote of
thanks was given Mr. Richie for a
discount allowed us on his bill. .'
A letter" was read from Mr. North-
up" and laid by until the next meet
ing. . '
A protest was circulated to be
sent to the Woman's World, in re-
gard to the censure of songs.
The secretary was instructed to
write to Mrs. Lane about organizing
a union at Fruitland Park.
A report was given that the Hob-
son resolution sent by the union to
the Christian Endeavor convention
at Gainesville was adopted by -150
votes. That presented at the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church at AVeirsdale repre-
seented 58 votes. The resolution was
adopted by the Lake iWeir W..C. T.
U. and i voted, to send copies to pub public
lic public gatherings.,
'It was moved and carried, that the
voters be requested to, sign a peti
tion for constitutional amendment in
favor of prohibition. '
Meeting adjourned. ,
The following program was ren
dered under the auspices of the
Lake Weir W. C. T. U. at the Pres-
byteria'n church at Weirsdale, Sun Sun-day
day Sun-day morning, April 5th:
. Welcome .song. 4
invocation by Rev Logan.
Exercise, "Anti-'Cigarette Girls.",'
Recitation by Francis Nold.
Song entitled, "We're Coming."
Recitation -by Clarence Slier.
Exercise, "On thef Street Corner.",
" Song; "Let the Cigarette Alone."
Demonstration, by, he children'.'.' J
Minnie D. Albertson,
- Press Superintendent, v
wrent. Into office without any strings
or shackles on me, and have served
the DeoDle according: to'inv own wav
AY. J. Crosby -. v of thinking. If I should be elected
To the Democratic Voters of Mar,- again to this office, I shall serve the
ion County: I am a candidate liar people as a whole without fear or fa-
member of the House of Representa- vor, and will not be governed or
tives, from our county, in the 'next controlled by any one, ring or fac-
ieglslature, and subject to yourJT- tion. Soliciting your appreciated
cision at me pons in me, aemocraoc j vote, I am, Yours very truly,
primary June zna, f.Gl 1 D. G. Wfitkins.
MARIOX COUNTY DIRECTORY
Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bui
ock, Ocala. )
t i i m. a -r-fc .. .. a
W Ti Colhprt uiera uircuir. uouri r. n. iMigeni,
. . i Ocala.
To the Democratic Voters of Mar- Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
ion County: I hereby announce -my- Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,
self a candidate for reiroantfdtWh 0cila
for the office of tax collector of Mar-1
-Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham
ion County. Ocala.
I thank the voters of Mariou coun- Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
tv for their heartv suDnort irsr the J.udge of Prouate Wm. E. Smith
past, and say, won't you voteopme County Commissioners C. Carmi-
again? I will do the best ;k can. to chael, Ocaia; J..W. Davis, Summer
serve you courteously and efficiently ?Tr;v r -Henderson. Lynne; D.
. .jf iWatkin Dunnellon; Walter Li
il le-eieuLea. xuuis wiy liuijru, 3 man, Sparr.
3-20-tf wky W. L. Colbert:- I Board Public Instruction J. EE
Brinson, Superintenaent, Ocala; B
FOR TA. ASSESSOR jit. iiiitcn, mitcnton; j. a.iUrantnam
James R. 'Moorhead
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
To Marion County Voters:
Rpe-ufnr fnnvnfAtirTis nf thp Onala
1 am a candidate tor assessor and L. XTrt ,T nn f.
, 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.
respectfully ask your, supportnt the
coming primary. Sincerely yours,
James R. Moorhea'dV
Ocala, Fla., March 25, 1914lqr.:
, i nvi
Alfred Ayer u T'
I am a candidate for? re-election.
You never voted for a man in, your
life who appreciated thefavor-more
highly or tried harder to. deserve it
'Mod ay by any other name would
be as hard to get.
OPEN AUj NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J, R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 2-28-tf
CONCORDIA LODGB F. XT OF A.
, : t ' e
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Unon
of America, meets If Yonge's HaP
on the second Thursaay evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary.' Ad
SUGAR HAM3IOCK LANDS
Merhanrs Ulock, Ocala
Lost Found, Wanted, For -Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
LOST Hub cap off a Stoddard Stoddard-Dayton
Dayton Stoddard-Dayton auto.' : Finder will be( re rewarded
warded rewarded on returning cap to C P.
,: ''". '..
FOR RENT Up-stairs, consisting of
three rooms and bath; furnished
for light housekeeping; cistern
and city water. Mrs. P. H. Gillen,
Xo. 1 S. 5th St. 3-24-?
FOR REXT A flat of four rooms
with -every modern -convenience;
good location. Apply to 603 East
Second St, or phone 97. 4-ll-6t
SHOWCASES FOR SALE In four,
six and eight-foot lengths. Apply
to Chalres Peyser's cigar fac factory.
tory. factory. ' 4-13-6t
SUGAR HA30IOCK LANDS
Merchant's Block Ocala 1-1 3-tf
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, li. P, 0. tL
Ocala Lodge, No. 286, Benovelent
nd Protective Order of Elks, meats
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month, JVIsIting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. N
Chas. W. Hunter, E.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
Genuine Panama hats at $3 "Why
Pay More?" B. Goldman. 4-8
LAKE WEIR COTTAGE xTO KE??Sr
'My little "cottage at Wood mar on
Lake Weir, (Eakstlake station ad
postoffice) Is for Tent;; completely
furnished, running water in house;
thoroughly screened against insects.
R. Ri Carroll, Ocala.' 4-6-tf d&w ;
One way to get to heaven or tho
other place-: buy an areoplane tick ticket
et ticket and use it
li : nun
,J j P. ii. .i : ( f ....... 1
It contains only 4 1-2 alcohol.
Light wines contain 10. The
health-giving properties of pure
beer aid digestion, increase vitality
and tone up the nervous system.
But be sure it is pure.
It is made pure cooled in filtered
air and then kept: pure. The
Brown Bottle protects its purity
from, the brewery to your glass.
Light starts decay even in pure beer.
See tfr at crown or corf:
is landed "Schlite.
The Carmichael & Sons Co.
, u 6 N. Magnolia Street
"Dial Msiit M IMmlm
COUNTY TREASURER &
Jno. 31. Graham
I hereby announce my candidacy!
for re-election, for ,the pfflcc of coun county
ty county treasurer of TMarioi! cp.uhty.
Thanking you. for you support in
the past I promise if elected to 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-1
sible on the outstanding "indebted
EO. Cairo cliapl j
K "Twist the Coin" The f. F. D alley Co.. Ltd.. Buffalo. N. Y. Hamilton. Ont. ' J
To the Democratic Voters of Mar-
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1914
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 arid prices. Come
JOHN L DAVIS,
elver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALHERS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. McIVER and C.'V. ROBERTS
, Funeral Directors
All Work Done by. Licensed. Km-
balmers and Fully Guaranteed
D. E. McIVER... 104
O. V. ROBERTS.. .......... .305
Undertaking Office. ... . 4
J Country Cured I
? ; TT TT A T" sTT r m
II II IV V-ZN
J Salt Hams
Salt Shoulders (small)
J Salt Shoulders (large)
: At Taylor's r old Storage.
i 0 0 i
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Your Order will have
J. L. SMOAK
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
If you want to bay or sell
New and Second Hand
Farm Tools, Harness vEtc.
Easy Payments if Desired.
A. ML BOBlITTs
310 S. Main St. Ocala Fla.
Carpenter and Builder
Carerul Estimates Mfde nn All Con
tract Work. Gives more and' betto
work for, the money tAan any othe
fnt iranto in the ottv
Under and by virtue of an execution
issued out of and under the seal of the
circuit court, in and for Marion county,
Florida, dated the loth day of Febru February,
ary, February, 1910, in a certain cause wherein
Marion Hardware Company is plaintiff
and W. V. Chappell is defendant, I have
levied on and will on
Monday, April 6th, 1914
the same beinsr a leeral sales day. and
during the legal hours of sale, offer for
sale at the west door of th court1
house In Ocala, Florida, and sell the.
same to the highest and best bidder for
cash the following described real es estate
tate estate in Marion county, Florida, to-wit;
. South-west quarter of northwest
quarter of southwest quarter section
24, township 14 south, range 21 east;
also northwest quarter of northwest
quarter of section 25, township 14
south, range 21 east, less, beginning at
southwest corner of northwest quarter
of northwest quarter, section 25, town township
ship township 14, range 21, thence north eight
chains to center of road, thence south'
23 y2 degrees, east 8.82 chains on center
of road to the southern boundry of
northwest quarter of northwest quar quarter,
ter, quarter, thence west 3.634 chains to point
Sold to satisfy said execution and all
costs. J. P. GALLOWAY,
Sheriff Marion County, Florida.
HOCKER & MARTIN, 2-27-fri
The above sale continued to Monday,
3Iay 4th, 1914.
J. F. GALLOWAY, Sheriff.
SUGAR HAMMOCK IiAXrS
Merchant's Block, 0ala 3-13-tf
IJEWAKE OF OIXTMEXTS
FOIt CATARIHI THAT
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely de
range the whole system when enter entering
ing entering it through the mucous surfaces
Such articles should never be used
except on prescriptions from reput-
able physcians, as the damage tney n
win ao is ten ioiu iu iuc swu t
. jl t ji x iu ss. h itAti l err:
ran noss b v derive irom mem. nau s e
- x 1 TT-11I- I TT
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Hhonev & Co.-Toledo. Ohio, contains i
no mercury, and is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and n
mucous surfaces of the system, m i s
buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure
you get the genuine. It is taken in-
ternally and made in Toledo, unio, g
by F. J. Cheney io. lesumoniais
free.. Sold by druggists. Price 75c.
per bbttle. Take 'Hall's Family Pills
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
and fourth Friday. Visiting sov
ereigns always welcome. Adv.
F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas K. Sage, Clerk.
FIRE WOOD, $3 PER CORD
Wra wnnH dAlivered to vour
house at $3 for a full 128-cubic foot
cord. Dry pine shingle backings,
eighteen inches long. Phone mill,
No. 15-M. or drop a card to G. W.
Davis, City. 4-6-tfdly&w
CHECK YOUR APRIL COUGH
Thwincr frnst anrt Anril rains chill
you to-the very marrow, you catch
cold Head and lungs stuffed You
are feverish Cough continually and
feel miserable you need vr. Jting s
New Discovery. It soothes Inflamed
and irritated tnroax ana lungs, stops
. M .I
cougn, your neaoc ears up xever
laoims onrt mil fool fino f T I I
Kol mttey o"Wzs I1 ze out across the wa wa-rx
rx wa-rx nf drPAYifiii mn?h after dro- ter to the gloom of the mainland.
tor's -treatment and all other rem-
edies failed. Relief or money back.
Pleasant children like it. Get a
ij r- Jl -f I
Dome xouay. auc. auu x au yuui
KNIGHTS OF PTTHL1S
Ocala L.oae No 19 Conventions
Mid every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
'astle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome tO VlS-
Ittng brothers. Wm. M. Gober, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S.
OPEN DAY A.D lUHT
Merchant's Cafe, A
. C. L. depot
te and lunches
corner. Meals a la carte
at any hour. Adv.
. AND TIRED WOMEN
"I was under a great strain nurs
ing a relative through three months'
sickness," writes Mrs. J. C Van De
Sande, of Kirkland, 111., and "Elec
tric Bitters kept me from breaking
down. I will never be without it.1
Do you feeP tired and worn out? No
appetite and ftod won't digest? It
isn't the spring weather. You need
Electric BHters. Start a monthJs
treatment today; nothing better for
stomacn, liver ana uuaneys. me great
spring ionic xteaei or money uacK.
50c and $1, at your druggist. Adv.
PINE SHINGLES FOR SALE
In carload or wagon load lots, de-
livered or at the mill just north of
Marion county fair! grounds. Prices
on application. G. W. Davis & Co.,
Ocala, Fla., Box 391. 4-10-tf
AND BLOOD CLEANSER
Flush out the accumulated waste
and poisons of the winter months;
cleans your stomach, liverand kid-
Tipvs nf air Imnnrir Ps Tiilro nr
King's New Life Pills ; nothing bet
ter for purifying the blood. Mild,
non-griping laxative. Cures consti
pation; makes you feel fine. Take
no other. 25c, at your druggist.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve for all
fielic Highly Valued.
"A handkerchief formerly belonging
to Richard Wagner, with a dedication
to the composer's bride embroidered
on it, was sold for 720 at Munich.
Bothers Tell off
Experience is or should be orrr best
teacher. Women who have obeyed the
highest and noblest
of all sacrifices, the
struggle for the life
of others, should
have a tetter idea
of helpful influence
than those who
theorize from obser
At any rate when
a prospective grand
mother urges her
daughter to do as sno aia to uso
"Mother's Friend," there is ample reason
to believe it the right kind cf advice.
Its purpose Is to furnish pliancy to the
muscles, to take away the strain on th3
cords and ligaments, to relieve the ten-
sickness, twitchinga of the limbs and so
on. It Is applied externally.
A 1- I A1 . ...
Aiiuvugu, iii me naiure OI tningS, a
woman wouia use "Mother's Friend" but
rarely, yet so effective has It been found
that this splendid remedy Is on sale In
most drag stores throughout the United
States. It has been prepared by Bradfield
Regulator Co., 306 Lamar Bldg., Atlanta,
Ga., and advertised by us for over twenty
years. Ask at the drug store for a bottle
of "Mother's Friend." It is worth whUe,
jl Romance of
St. Clair's Defeat
By Randall Panish
Illustrated bn D. J. Lavm
Copyright, 1913, by A. CMcCiurg & CdJ
The Fire in the Clearing.
"Go on now," I commanded grimly,
'and do not forget. Mademoiselle, do
you go first, and show the way. I will
keep good guard of the rear."
She gave me her hand in a long, lin
gering clasp, and then her slender fig-
I J m i m -
Ui wuueu um me rea glare as sne
counted the steps
auu ucai, air, me woras sumcient sumcient-Iy
Iy sumcient-Iy polite, but my rifle flung forward, in
readiness to enforce the, brief order.
"Curse you! I'll make you pay for
"Hold yourself to words, and
threats," I returned coolly, "but do as
I say move on!"
TT 11 .. i 1 . ..
wunrea ine stairs, muttering
savagely, with me following so close
behind, the muzzle of my gun touched
l am playing safe," I muttered
grimly, "so don't try any tricks in the
We came QUt tf tne En pausing
Tne red and yellow flames lit up the
Pen space fairly -well, but all around
the black forest wall closed in tightly.
it was uxe a grotesque picture in a
frame. Before the fire, mostly with
their backs toward us counted twen
ty savages on the grass their red
skins and matted hair showing clear- I
y iney .were suent, motionless, ap-
nf the flames.. The
. fire, where
t rWht fitful e-Hmnse nf wilrllv r,f:
insr fieures. of arms flumr in air. of
brandished sruns. and streaming hair.
I saw Mademoiselle rise silently to
her feet, but my hand only gripped
harder on the Englishman's shoulder
as I watched. Brady advanced be-
tween two Indians, his arms bound be-
hind him, a bloody cloth concealing
his jaw. He was bare-headed, his
clothing rags, and he staggered slight slightly
ly slightly as he walked. An Indian struck
him with a stick, a vicious blow, and
Lappin Jerked him forward between
the chiefs and the fire. The warriors
sat-there impassive, emotionless, their
eyes cold and merciless. Brady look-
ed into that ring of savage faces with-
out a quiver, throwing back his shoul-
ders, blood trickling down one cheek.
It even seemed to me his eyes smiled,
Then one of the chiefs spoke without
I rising, in .deep guttural voice. I heard
the words, but they were meaningless,
a jumble of sound, yet somehow me-
nacins- emff with threat. The dis-
v.nu. oaGe 9nH a Horlr
mass of forms clustered beyond the
blaze, drawing together in a half cir circle
cle circle behind the prisoner. The light
played over dark, sinister ; faces and
sparkled in the wild savage eyes. It
was a horrid scene that small open
space lit up by the fire glare, and
banked about by the black wall of
trees, filled with those demons, half
naked, repulsive, weapons gleaming
on the helpless Brady waiting the tor
ture. As I looked forth upon it I
grew sick, my limbs trembling.
The girl stepped backward, noise-
leSlj untn she stood beside me, her
I J .......
unuu luucuiug my aim.
"We are here in time," she whis
pered, "but can delay no longer."
"He is condemned then? They will
not spare him?"
"The chief speaks in Shawnee, and
I know little of the tongue, but there
is no mercy in his "words."
"And you mean to go out there, to
face those fiends? Are you not
She smiled, a sad, brave smile up
into my eyes.
"Monsieur, I must," she said plead pleadingly.
ingly. pleadingly. "It is not only his life, but my
duty. I leave my rifle herej and bear
this; with Christ I am not afraid."
And in her clasped hands, reddened
by the flames, I saw a crucifix.
She bowed her head, her lips press pressed
ed pressed to the cross, and, when she looked
up again into my face, I had no words
to say; I could but choke, and brush brush-tears
tears brush-tears from my eyes. r
"Mademoiselle, if this mail speaks
a word of treachery; if by look or ges gesture
ture gesture he attempts to play'us false, will
you give me a sign?"
; "Clasp your hands like this about
your head; it will be his death war warrant.
rant. warrant. Now, sir, are you ready?"
There was hate in his eyes, but I
was glad of it.
The very intensity
with which he hated me at that mo-
ment, had brought back his courage,
He had forgotten all else in a mad de-
sire to get revenge on me. I let him
read' defiance, scorn in my face, and
the look stung him like the lash of a
"Oh! but I'll get you for this. Yes,
I'm ready, you clod of a Yankee peas peasant!
ant! peasant! but youll pay before ever you
get out of these woods oh, Lord!
- I half thought he would spring at
me, end drew back, my riSe lifted.
Put he only laughed, his lips snarling,
and strode past crunching his way
through the thicket. I caught the
swift upward glance of the girl's eyes
a message of thanks, ay! more
and she had followed him. I sprang
aside amid the trunks of trees, confi confident
dent confident I could not be seen, that every
eavage eye would be riveted upon
those two advancing figures. The
light afforded me sufficient guidance,
and I possessed some Idea of where I
wished to go I found it with a dozen
quick steps, and, even as the first
wild sqream of discovery burst from
the red throats, I crept in behind a
decaying log, at the very edge of Ithe
opening, and trust my nne Darrei
across the rotten1 bark. jDeliberately,
coolly, with full determination to act,
I drew bead on the red jacket
They were not five yards away, ad advancing
vancing advancing straight toward the startled
group of chiefs, the glri slightly in
advance, the firelight on her uplifted
I Drew Back My Rifle Lifted.
face, the white crucifix 5 gleaming In
her hands. The Englishman, a step
behind, his first mad anger already
dying, "walked like a criminal, with
wwerea neau, auay es giaucmg lutt
At sicht of his face I cocked my
weannn. everv nerve taut as a bow-
strinsr. breathing through clinched
teeth. I cannot say that I saw much
of what occurred In that first moment
I had no eyes but for the red jacket
and yet I must have perceived it all.
I remember now the whole scene, as
if it hung painted before me, in all its
vivid coloring and rapid movement i I
saw the chiefs start up, grasping their
weapons, at the first screech of alarm,
a fierce intensity In their eyes. A
glance at those two unarmed figures,
and they; stood still, gazing at them,
yet with a shadow upon the dark,
scowling faces that Chilled my blood,
The yelling ceased; there was no
sound, but the 1 pressing forward of
bodies, and the crackle of flames. The
Shawnee chief, a dark, saturnine face
showing under his war-bonnet, stood
erect with folded arms. Down the
lane of warriors, apparently oblivious
to their presence. Mademoiselle came,
the Englishman slouchine behind. The
crowd of fi mires hid for a moment
Brady and his guard, and surged In be
tween me and Lappin.
There was silence; I could hear the
wind in the tree ytops, the restless
movements, the heavy breathing of
the excited savages; somewhere a dog
barked. Rene stopped, her hand now
touching the soldier's sleeve, her eyes
on the dark, savage face confronting
her. A moment he stared at her, then
at the Englishman, while I. held my
"Why youhere 'gain?" he asked
in halting English, the face like
bronze. "I send you to forest-
why come back?"
"Because I am a Wyandot and a
Christian," she answered, the words
slow and distinct. "We kill warriors
in battle, not by torture. SIs-e-te-w ah.
Of Kirs. Chappell, of Five Tears'
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I read one day about Cardui, the wo woman's
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had not taken but about six bottles until
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My friends began asking me why I
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i come r.itn tni3 tnat i may -oeg your
prisoner's life. See; it is the cross
of the Great God."
"Huh he grunted. "WTiy should
we listen to a squaw? The warriors
of the 'Shawnees are nien."
"So are the Wyandots, Sis-e-te-wah ;
they are as the birds of the air. Once
they came to the villages of the Shaw Shawnees.
nees. Shawnees. You. know it well they were
warriors, under great chiefs. Yet they
listen to words of wisdom from a
squaw. I am Running Water; I have
eat in the councils of my people; I
am the daughter of the White Chief."
She glanced about her proudly, looking
into the ring of dark faces. "I am
a squaw, but I am a Wyandot--no
Shawnee dare place a hand on me."
" 'Tis so," he answered gravely. "I
know but not my youngs men: It
best you go T speak true the white
man will die it has been decided
the Shawnees know not your God
the God of the Long Robes the white
man dies." ;'1;;:.'''vr-V
"But he came In peace, not war; he
was a messenger to the Wyandots
The chief had stepped back, and
lifted his hand, but now he stood
statue-like before her.
"He great ; hunter he warrior we
have met In battle. He kill war
riors my tribe now he : die It lis
spoken. Sls-e-te-wah listen-no more."
"But you must! you shall!' sho in insisted.
sisted. insisted. 'Tis not the Wyandots alone
who say this.- You may refuse me;
you may disregard the cross I bear,
ibut you dare not disobey the word of
the English of the great chief across
the water. If 'you will not heed the
word of a squaw, listen to this man
a warrior of the Red Coats."
T know him not," coldly, "nor care
what he says. He nothing to Sis-e-
te-wah why he come here?"
To etop this deed, this dastardly
outrage; he speaks for the Great Chief.
'Tis best the Shawnees listen. Now,
She stepped aside and the English
man stood alone, facing the grim-faced
Shawnee. The very desperation of his
position had brought to him courage;
he knew enough of Indian nature to be
aware that any cringing now would
add to his peril.. In calm assurance
he folded his arms.
"You say you 'know not who I am,
Sls-e-te-wah," het said sharply. "Then
I will tell you; ypu and your warriors.
I am an officer of England, an aide to
Hamilton. Will you hear me now?"
There was silence, profound breath
less ; the bold defiance had fallen upon
them like a blow. Then, before even
the chief could answer, the crowding
ring of Indians was broken, and Into
the clrcde of firelit space strode the
fur-trader, his mottled face purple, his
mustache bristling. One moment he
glowered into the soldier's face, and
the latter stepped back recoiling
against mademoiselle, all his audacity
goneJ Lapplrf laughed, the cruel echo
of It breaking the silence. ;
'A soldier of England; an aide to
Hamilton! You lie. When Hamilton
knows what I know he will tear you
limb from limb? You cbme here to
frighten us with your threats you I
spit upon you Sis-e-te-wah, warriors,
hear me; you know who I am; I travel
with you on the war-trail ; I go with
you Into battle. Now I speak with
the straight tongue. : You do not know
this, man, but I do. See; he dare not
face me; watch him Bhrink back
afraid. Well th ere is reason.".
"I fear you, Jules Lappin?"
v "Ay and with cause. Knew you
ever the time I failed to pay my debts ?
or wreak my vengeance? -1 have you
now, and will crush the white-livered
heart 'out of you with these handa.
The Very Ferocity of It Was a Fas
Listen, Shawnees, Miamis, OJibwae,
while I tell you who this f ellow Is.
Then give him to me I ask no more.
He stopped, bent forward, his fin
gers clinched. The ring of Indians
pressed closer, but the old chief waved
them back, standing motionless.
"Speak. Englishman," he said with
dignity, "we will hear."
Lappin half turned to face them, one
hand gripping the knife at his belt
Like a white ghost mademoiselle
slipped silently in between the two
men. I saw it all over the brown bar
rel of my rifle, my heart throbbing
"He is a renegade, a traitor," and
Lappin's hand pointed at the man
he accused, "the uniform he wears la
lie. How do I know? Because he
fought me yonder In the woods on the
Island; because he was in the cabin
with the others. This is the man who
was left for dead, who escaped. Do
you recognize him now?"
I saw the red faces, and heard the
scream of voices.
"Ay! you do; and the woman, the
Wyandot squaw. Jieloed him. 'I said
eo Derore; now we nave tne proof.
You drove her out, afraid to treat her
as an enemy, and she goes to. him,
thinking his uniform will frighten you
nto sparing the hunter from torture.
She brings him here to threaten you
with what England will do; What say
you, Shawnees, to the dog!"
The voices burst into a wild yell that
seemed to split the night, but the fur
trader flung up his hand.
"Back all. of yer!" he roared sav
agely. "I claim this man as mine!
Who has better right? I'll throttle
the life out of him with, my bare hands
before yer all.. Have your warriors
give us space, Sis-e-te-wah."
The chief of the Shawnees. his eyes
blazing under tangled hair, uplifted
M 'Tis the white man's right," he
ordered grimly. "I have spoken."
I drew, in my breath deeply, yet what
could T do? The rifle trembled In my ;
grasp, but I dare not. use It. The un unfortunate
fortunate unfortunate Englishman stood in my.
place, was mistaken for me, but if I
revealed myself it could serve no end
would only leave me helpless to aid
the girl. I could not think of him at
that moment, but only of her. What
would be her fate when this struggle
was over? Aiaaaenea dy tne ngnt.
could those savages be controlled t
Would she be spared? I had no time
to think; my blood was like Ice I
could only look, look at that hideous
spectacle, reddened by flame, as my
lips muttered a prayer, "God help me.
to do the best thing!"
It was all the work of an Instant.
Lappin whirled on his victim, flinging
his gun to the ground. 4
"Face me, you cur, you spy!" he
shouted;- "Come out from behind that
squaw. You, got me once when my
foot slipped. Let's see what you can
do now. What! you won't! Well,-you
He thrust Rene back, hurling her
with one sweep of his arm into the
crowding : ranks of warriors, one of
whom clutched her as she felL Then
he struck the shrinking, startled Eng
lishman a vicious blow in the face.
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- Notice is hereby given, that the
tax assessment roll" for the city of
Ocala for the year nineteeen hundred
and fourteen is completed as the
same will be presented to the city
council of the said city. The caid
tax roll will be open for; Inspection
during office; hours at the city clerk's
bfflce from this date until the second
Tuesday in April, being the 14th day
of said month, on which date at 8
o'clock p.. m., he city council will
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complaints against assessments as
made by the city tax assessor, and
to correct assessment of value of
property; All complaints must be
made to the city council iu writing
on or before the date aforesaid.
This the '3rd day of April,, 1914.
(Seal) H. C. Slstrunk,
City Clerk and Assessor of Taxes of
the City of Ocala, Fla. 4-3-1 It dly
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