The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Physical Description:
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Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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VOL. 21.
XO. 29




Berry of the Nantucket Iefends
Himself and the Officers and
Crew of His lioat

Harrington on any one and there i3
no foundation for this report. After

iher death her body was carried to

Norfolk and wireless instructions
were given to take care of it.
"Many passengers of the Monroe
received on board the Nantucket
would have died had they not been
resuscitated by the vigorous, prompt
and successful work of those assign

ed to- that duty. The reported state-4

ment indicating that one of the Nan Nantucket's
tucket's Nantucket's boats had a plug out and
was not equipped with yfe preserv preservers
ers preservers is proven untrue by the fact that
the Nantucket's boats returned with
all the people they could find."

Baltimore, Feb. 3. The steamer
Nantucket, which was in collision
with the steamer Monroe F'riday
morning, docked here yesterday. In
a written report to officials of the

Merchants' and Miners' Trzfnspcrta-

tion Company, Capt. Berry said that
while the Nantucket was on her
usual course fog signals of a vessel,
afterward found to be the Monroe,
were reported ahead. The fog was

low lying and at times clearer than j
others. The fog signals of the Nan- j Forty.Kive Thousand Federal Sol-

tucket were sounding at regular in-
A. 1 m 1. m m I

V)"" signal-oi me -Mon-

roe again was heard and this time on
f the Nantucket's port bow. The next



of Pardons will be held in the gov-rE. Mathews, left Palatka Monday at

ernors office, beginning on the,t:oO a. m. for this station; due Mon

whistle she heard from the Monroe

were 'two blasts, which indicated
that the Monroe was trying to pass
the Nantucket starboard to starboard
contrary to the rule.
Capt. Berry said in an endeavor to
avoid a collision with the Monroe,
the Nantucket's helm was put hard
aport to keep the right, but the Mon Monroe
roe Monroe proceeded at full speed and tried
to cross the bow of the Nantucket.
She succeeded in getting partly past
the Nantucket's stem when the ves vessels
sels vessels collided, the Nantucket's stem
striking the Monroe's starboard bow

diers Killed in the Twelve
Months of Internecine


Commerce Commission Has Pre Prescribed
scribed Prescribed the Block System for
the Companies
New York., Feb. 3. The new
prices of interstate express service at
6 per cent, below that heretofore in
force went into effect yesterday on
the order of the interstate commerce
Maine, Vermont, Pennsylvania,
Delaware, West Virginia, Kentucky,
Ohio, 'Maryland, New Jersey, Illi Illinois
nois Illinois and. Louisana will have a new
system of interstate express business.

morning of Tuesday,

March 3rd,


Tourist Travel Was Heavy Last Week
and Promise is Good
for This
Silver Springs, Feb. 3. Golden
and glorious the weather has been
the past week. Hens cackled then
laid; webs began to sprout; buds
opened and bloomed. Spring time
mornings dawnel with Venus in the
eastern firmament; and Old Sol
arcse earlier each day so anxious
was he to shine on the moss festoon-

i ed, dew draped river basin. All days
were sunshined on with the excep-

The interstate rates are based j tion of the after half of Friday when
upon a block system, the country be- j Weihe reported rain. The torrents
ing divided into 826 blocks formed j fell that evening long after Evening

Mexico City, Feb. 3. The as astounding
tounding astounding fact that secret records of
the ministry of war show that 45, 45,-000
000 45,-000 federals have .been killed and
over S5)00 have been wounded in
conflicts with the rebels since Ma Ma-dero
dero Ma-dero was driven from office, has been
revealed by an attache of the govern government.
ment. government. A majority of those killed
were soldiers drafted into the army
and placed in the advance guard in
battles in order that the trained
troops might be held in reserve.
Rough estimates place the prop

erty loss for the nast nine months at

forward of the pilot house at right one hundred and fifty millions. Los.

es indirectly due to the revolution,


The Monroe passed under such
great speed, according to Capt. Ber Berry's
ry's Berry's report that the stem of the Nan Nantucket
tucket Nantucket was bent sharply toward the
6tarboard side and the Nantucket
slewed around so that her port side
was scraped by the Monroe, crushing
one of the Nantucket's port boats.
The Monroe passed on out of sight.
At the time of the collision the Nan-

tucket's engines were running at!

V- full speed astern and had been
"Nrunning for some time previous to
the collision.
Capt. Berry's report continues as
"The Nantucket appeared serious

ly injured, but was meneuvered to j

aid in the work of rescue, continual

including paralysis of business, de depreciation
preciation depreciation of the national currency,
etc., swell this total to five hundred

by intersections o: the meridians o

longitude and parallels of latitude.
The first anl second-class charges
are based upon rates per 100 pounds.
Third-class rates are one cent for
each two ounces, not to exceed the
first-class rate. A new feature is
that every express office is able to
determine a rate to every other office
in the country.
The new uniform express receipt
also became effective yesterday.
Heretofore each company used a sep separate
arate separate form.

f j Star Mercury went to sleep.

day at sundown.
The Hart Line steamer Okeehum Okeehum-kee,
kee, Okeehum-kee, Captain Harris, left Palatka
Monday at 12:45 p. m. for Silver
Springs; "due here Tuesday at noon;

I and steams at 2 o'clock Tuesday af

The steamer Sharp Shooter, Cap Captain
tain Captain E. L. Mills, with freight, arrives
in port Tuesday, and steams same
day for Oklawaha river stations.
City of Ocala arrives Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays at sun sun-down;
down; sun-down; propells at 8 a. m. Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays.
The Hart Liner Okeehumkee ar arrives
rives arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat Saturdays
urdays Saturdays at noon and steams same day
at 2 o'clock in the afternoon for Pa Palatka.
latka. Palatka. Okeehumkee and Sharp Shooter in

Along the crooked course of the
river the steamers travel by sound
of their whistles. Each .steamer's
captain knows the location of other
steamers and when nearing each
other whistles are sounded at regu regulation
lation regulation intervals. Just below the
Gardens of Arden, Silver Springs
Run, a few days ago the two above
named steamers collided, but -bo






A Letter from Captain Carl Mason
"St. John's Park, Jan. 23: I am
feeling fine. On board the U. S.
power boat Captain McGuire. Going

down to Julington Creek in two orjdamage was done Xne Hart Liner
three weeks to do a month's work Okeehumkee, Captain Harris, was
there, some twenty miles this sidejup stream jj0und and the Sharp
of Jacksonville; from Julington i shnntr Cantab E. T. Mills was

bound down stream. The down


Tallahassee, Feb. 3. The next
regular meeting of the State Board






Creek we are going up "the Oklawaha

River and take out some hurricans
and snags. Captain C. D. Jenkins
has gone to headquarters' office, and
Captain Richards is in command of
the Captain McGuire. Please send
to my address the river column; that
is, send me The Ocala Evening Star.
Captain Carl Mason is the eldest
son of Captain W. H. Mason, of tae
river expert department. With Carl
on the Captain McGuire is his broth brother,
er, brother, Maxie Mason, the boy pilot.

stream vessel held the right of way.
Each steamer at intervals sounded
danger whistles, but both' captains
miscalculated and on the point off
the Gardens the two steamers met
and the Sharp Shooter sideswiped
the Okeehumkee. The Sharp Shoot Shooter,
er, Shooter, being lightest, careened off and
ran to the bank while the Okeehum Okeehumkee
kee Okeehumkee stood by. The two captains con congratulated
gratulated congratulated each other and commend

ed their pilots for averting a wreck,

The coming of the power vessel is I exchanged salutes and went, on

the advance work, as it can plainly

be seen, of the great tri-coastal canal
via the Oklawaha and Withlacoochee

Either 'Much Imposed On, or a Gaudy
Liar, is A. D. Oliver
Jackson. .Miss., Feb. 3. A. D.
Oliver, a merchant of Thomasville,
Ga., was on his way home yesterday
after having served two months on a
Mississippi prison farm, the victim
of mistaken identity. He was ar arrested
rested arrested last November, after the es escape
cape escape from a prison at Aberdeen of a

lv lifsinc h&r Kparrhlie'ht. Wirplpss

! t-v-i n t T.- i r it r o c T V n 1 T X o J ? ti rr

communication was established and j , ,
. . (whom Oliver resembled. Several
several vessels offered assistance, the i
'l!-2 ctrrn I 111 vot nhtalTiM n vent rf

first to arrive being the Hamilton,'

i- : t j i. i 4... A

which cuiivuyeu nie a.mucn.t?i. iu j
Norfolk. j
"The relief squad attending the j

passengers was increased by those

i habeas corpus. He was taken be

fore a chancellor and established an
alibi and his release was ordered.
Oliver is the man whose transac-

who could be spared from attention j

to- the navigation of the Nantucket, i
. 'some years ago.
and under careful attention those ; J
suffering most from the collision!
were removed with the exception of j CADILLAC FOR SALE
one man, who, after great effort,! NO MONEY REQUIRED
could not be revived, and, also a Mrs.
Harrington, who died after she had ; A Cadillac auto, in first class con con-been
been con-been assigned to a stateroom with dition, fully equipped, for sale at a
her husband and all possible care bargain, and prefer real estate to
and attention given her. !cash- either cit-v or. country property;
"It can be established that the might pay some cash difference if
steward, stewardess and chief engi- tne proposition would justify. Ad Ad-neer
neer Ad-neer worked incessantly in an effort dress, P. J. Theus, Ocala. 1-31-dw tf
to aid and revive Mrs. Harrington.
There was no attack made by Mr. Masons meet Thursday night.

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Three- round trips a week
between Silver Springs' and y 4 Passenger traffic the past week

Palatka over the beautiful $ "ab ueen uvei' uom ine ugntj
tourist. rontP silvpr srinM Route Cit' of cala. Captain Frank;

, o

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


A. E. Mathews, and the Hart Liner

' heavy

l-olIov the lacht rlag

Okeehumkee, Captain Harris, had a

travel both ways.



The speedy yacht City of Ocala, in
command of Captain Frank E.

s Mathews, is awaking the new possi-

j bilities of the old river and she is

tantalizing every passenger who step
her decks. The day line is the old
dream come true and it is moving
tourists in the true twentieth centu-

Okeehumkee for the Blue Roads and
the freighter for Grahamville.
Forester C. H. Rogers, of the Nat National
ional National Park, says Marion will grow
the maritime pine.. About 135 acres
have been set out from Moss Bluff
Hart Line History
Mr. V. Romaine Fishe4, traveling
passenger agent for the Hart Line,
was over in the river country and
Ocala Saturday advertising this line.
The famous Hart Line was estab established
lished established in 1860 and incorporated in
1901 as the Oklawaha and St. John's
River Navigation Co. For fifty four
years the company has been on the
river and some of the old steamers
were the Astatula, Marion, Osceola,
Okeehumkee 1st., and others with

rv style. Millions of zood wishes to

Mr. Carmichael, a new builder of thei which tne river navSaon was open

ed, lne Okeehumkee 2nd and Hi

S C. (Ed) Carraichael, X
t Ocala, Fla. X



Weller Carmichael,-?

Silver Springs, Fla

Charles Rodoff.
Palatka, Florida.

Ocala. Silver Springs Palatka


inland country. To Captain Math Mathews
ews Mathews much honor is due for conceiv conceiving
ing conceiving the Daylight Route, and he is
the constructor of the daylight ves vessel,
sel, vessel, and the captain of it. Captain
Mathews flies the speedy yacht flag;
the twentieth century style his ves

sel speeds. It is the northern way:

get there quick, step lively. Fleet Fleeting
ing Fleeting with the wind; flirting with the

fins; a puff of the orange .blossom in

awatha are now the two staunch fav favorite
orite favorite steamers and are still burning
on their pilot houses the lightwood
fire at night, and the nights of 1914
are just as weirdly lit up with the
torchlight illuminaiton asthey were
in the old days.
The late Qolonel H. L. Hart, a
native of Vermont, established the
Hart Line in 1860, cleared out

TAX ffiH

Assessors of thes State Think that
Fifty Per Cent Would, be a

Fair Average

Jacksonville; Feb. 3.

tropolis of yesterday says:
In convention In this city today
the county tax assessors of Florida'
adopted the report of a committee
recommending the assessment of real
and personal property at 50 per cent
of its real value.
Roll caJ showed the following as assessors
sessors assessors present: N. D. Wain wright,
Eradford county; W. H. Hall, Bre Brevard
vard Brevard county; W. O. Gelger, Clay
county; J. F. Jaudon, )ade county;
A L. Turner, Duval county; G. H.

Lovett,. Franklin county; A.
Green, Hamilton, county; S.
Sparkman, Hillsborough county;
D. Bailey, Jefferson county; W.

Coulter, Levy county; Alfred Ayer,
Marion county; S. W. Manucy, Nas

sau county; Arthur T. Butts, Orange
county; J. M. Owens, Palm Beach v
county; G. F. Bullard, .Putnam coun county;
ty; county; F. C. Poppell, St. Lucie county;
Robert Robinson, Santa Rosa coun county
ty county ; C. D. Manucy, Stt Johns county,
and S. B. Wilson, Volusia county.
Mr. Jaudon placed in nomination
S E. Sparkman as permanent chair chairmen,
men, chairmen, nomination following by accla acclamation.
mation. acclamation. ' I
Mr." Sparkman, probably the old oldest
est oldest county assesor in point of ser service
vice service in the state, briefly outlined the-

purpose of the convention. He sta stated
ted stated that the assesors had been call called
ed called to meet in ortler to adopt a' uni uniform
form uniform compliance with the new stated stated-law
law stated-law governing the assesment of real1
and personal property at TOO per"
cent of its Veal value. The purpose
of the convention was, therefore, not
to cause strife, but to reach an equit equitable
able equitable conclusion as regarding the
A. L. Turner was subsequently
nominated for secretary of the con convention,
vention, convention, and selection of the Duval
county assessor followed.
Alfred Ayer of Marion county,
thought it would be of some advant advantage
age advantage to have the chairman of -the -state
tax commission, William NeeL.
present. Whereupon A. L. Turner"
stated that he had received a tele gram
from the secretary of the com commission,
mission, commission, Mr. Trammell, Stating that

' the chairman was absent from Taf Taf-,
, Taf-, lahassee.

Mr. Wilson, of Volusia countyr In Introduced
troduced Introduced a resolution for a uniform
application of the new tax law. The

('resolution provided for the appoint appoint-I
I appoint-I ment of a committee of five to be

passing; only a slow down in the al-i c 5

stiuctions in te river at great ex expense
pense expense and at the close of the civil

ligator's eyes.
Movements of River Vessels

The City of Ocala, Captain Frank'

(Concluded on SeventhPage)

charged with the work of setting

. forth what figures should appear on
j the tax books in-order to reach an,
I equitable assessment of property
'. throughout the state.
; The resolution was adopted, and
Chairman Sparkman appointed Mr.
Wilson of Volusia county; Mr. Coul Coulter,
ter, Coulter, of Levy; Mr. Griffin, of Madison;
(Concluded on Seventh Page)


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.. Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Call phone 455 if in need of plain
or fancy dress making.. 1-8-tf.
Mr. J. F. Parker, the successful
Jjeroy farmer, is in the city today.
Mr. 0. H. Rogers of Lynne return returned
ed returned today from a brief business trip
to Jacksonville.
Mr. J. G. Swaim, the painter and
decorator,, is repainting the Dewey
residence on Oklawaha avenue,
Mr. William Preece is in Palatka
today in the interest of the Metro Metropolitan
politan Metropolitan life Insurance Co., for which
he 13 agent."
Mr. Robert Turner, Citrus county's
popular superintendent of public in instruction,
struction, instruction, is among the business vis visitors
itors visitors in the city today.
r Dr. D. M. Smith is suffering con considerably
siderably considerably from a sprained back sus sustained
tained sustained while cranking his automo automobile.
bile. automobile. '
The 'Ocala Northern Railway
makes a ten-strike when it secures
Capt. W. B. Denham for its general
manager. Tampa Tribune.
FOR SALE Eggs for setting;
harred Plymouth Rocks, Indian Run Runner
ner Runner ducks; $1 per setting. H. S.
Wesson, with Carn-Thomas Com Company.
pany. Company. 2-3-1 m
. 1
: i ...
. The wreck on the Atlantic Coast
Line near Odessa i not cleared up
yet", and the trains have to transfer,
Which makes the northbound trains
. qn this end late.
;; If you want shoes without the
'fextra touches," which raise the
- price'antinower the value, see our
. children's, irffsses and ladies' shoes
for. spring. Little's
VYest Broadway.
Shoe Parlor,
. Mrs. William Anderson has not
purchased a new car, but has placed
the car that Mr. Roseberry had in a
garage for repairs, and will probably
rent it for public service. v
Mr. D. S. Borland, who is well
lcnown in this county, was one of the
five owners of the Lee County Pack Packing
ing Packing House recently burned at Fort
Mr. J. H. Dillard, the expert tailor tailoring
ing tailoring man from the house of Hambur Hamburger
ger Hamburger & Sons, Baltimore, is busy today
at the Helvenston store taking meas meas--
- meas-- ures for spring clothes. On account
of arriving a day late, he will remain
vijver tomorrow.
Mr. Frank Sanders of the Florida
Title & Abstract Co., is at Bushnell,
"searching the records" for his c6m c6m-pany
pany c6m-pany and Mr. Don Peabody is doing
the same work at Tavares.
,Mr. Alfred Ayer returned last
. night from the meeting of the tax as-
sessors of the state in Jacksonville.
viie confirms the story published in
the Star today that 'the assessors
have decided on a 50 per cent assess assessment
ment assessment for the state. Mr. Ayer attend attended
ed attended the meeting of Confederate veter veterans
ans veterans today, and this afternoon left for
at visit to his 'Mcintosh farm.
Mr. D. R. Zetrouer of the Geiger
section, is among the prominent Ma Marlon
rlon Marlon county citizens in itown today.
He informs a Star reporter that he
"will make the race for a seat on the
school board from the second dis district
trict district at the coming primary election.
are prepared of POTATOES
.with addition of FLOUR,
POWDER, All blended in the
the right proportion and sea seasoned,
soned, seasoned, which makes the ready
product a wholesome and
most delicious food.
Try it for
Potato E
10 Cents the Package
PHOXES 16 and 174


The mayor and several members of
the council met with the board of
governors of the Board of Trade last
night, and had an important confer conference
ence conference about some measures of great
benefit for the city teat will soon be
putthru.' All these' strong agencies
are working in harmony, and the
public will soon see the results.
n Marion Camp No. 56, U. C. V.,
met this morning (Feb. 3, 1914),
with W. E. McGahagin commanding.
Prayer by Chaplain Long.
The following members answered
to roll call: Alfred Ayer, R. J.
Evans, F. E. Harris, H. X. Knoblock,
H. W. Long, T. D. Lancaster, W.
McGahagin, A. Mcintosh, J. V
Nance, -John Pasteur, G. J. Ross, E
R. Shaw, B. I. Freyerruth, C. C
t- T T T x r 1 1
rnesi, u. n. irviii, l-.. ju. tjraaauuy
General Long reported that the
banks and other citizens of Ocala!
had been very liberal in helping us
.tn fafco m nro fnnrla fnr tha irnman'a

, . ... lumbia College.
monument, for which this camp is." r,

very grateful.
The camp extended its sincere
sympathy to Comrade H. W. Henry
inf his illness.
' Comrade I. J. Fort's memorial was
read and ordered spread on the min minutes.
utes. minutes. Comrades Long, Freyermuth and
Frink were appointed a "committee to
write Comrafle F. W. Blitch's me memorial,,
morial,, memorial,, and Comrades Lancaster,
Harris and Mcintosh to write Com Comrade
rade Comrade J. H. Billingsley's memorial.
General Lancaster read an account!
of the battle of Gettysburg. s
The camp then adjourned.
. Alfred Ayer, Adjutant.
World Almanacs "at Ballard's, 3
cents each. 1-29-tf
There was a peculiar scrap at the
Atlantic 'Coast Line depot last night
about 12 o'clock. The principals In
the setto were a blind man and a fel fellow
low fellow who had imbibed a little too
freely in tanglefoot. The blind man
and his wife, the, latter, also a crip cripple
ple cripple in an 'invalid's chair, were wait waiting
ing waiting for the southbound train, when
the drunk wandered into the wait waiting
ing waiting room and began using language
not exactly proper in the presence of
a lady. The blind man requested
that he refrain from using profane
language, whereupon the inebriate
became more violent and abusive.
This made the blind man hot under
the collar and he groped his way to toward
ward toward the drunk and landed on him
like a ton of brick. Night Operator
Mullican hearing the disturbance,
arrived on the scene in time to part
the belligerents, and incidentally
saved the booze artist from a severe
and well merited trouncing.
There are a', number of holes in
North Magnolia street north of the
Seaboard crossing that should be fill filled
ed filled at once... It gives a visiting auto auto-ist
ist auto-ist coming in from that direction a
bad opinion of our city to ride on the
good road from the Marion and
Alachua line and then have the top
of his spinal column driven through
his hat as soon as he enters town.
Mr. Arthur S. Partdige of. St.
Louis, president of the Anthony
Farms Company, is in the city on a
few days visit to his property. :
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Williams of
Anthony have the sympathy of their
friends for fhe loss of their bright
little two-year-old boy, who died
Sunday night.
Commodore Goodwin and his
smart son Mortimer were in town
yesterday, loading up their auto
with supplies for themselves and
their neighbors.
Mr. Jos. W. Dodge has returned
from a visit to his family in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. The street force has done some
good work on Wenoha street, which
is much appreciated by all who have
to travel on that important thorough thoroughfare.
fare. thoroughfare. Work is now in progress on
South Third street, where it is badly
t The minstrel rehearsal last night
was well attended, and the perform performers
ers performers proved themselves well up in
their parts. They will jive a fine per performance
formance performance for the benefit of the hos hospital
pital hospital in about three weeks.
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala


The Florida, Title & Abstract Co.
has recently received from Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, 156 large government township
plats 24x36 inches in size. The
plats have been mounted on cloth
with ample binding room and have
been bound in loose leaf binder
so that they can be easily examined.
The plats are from the government
land office and are the original and
accurate surveys. There are 54
townships in Marion county, but the
company has those for most of the
counties, adjoining, namely: Citrus,
Sumter Lake, Orange and Seminole.
Anyone wishing to consult the -plats
is at liberty to do so, Mr. Rogers au authorizes
thorizes authorizes us to state. This is, but one
of the many items that the company
has and, is adding to its plant, which
makes it one of the most efficient in
the state.
'Mrs. .H. H. Hudgens died late yes
terday afternoon at the old home
place at Fellowship, where she has
lived fo many years. She -was, 81
years of age. y The funeral will be
Hjield tomorrow morning from the
Fellowship church and will be con conducted
ducted conducted by her grandson, Mr. Edward
i Henderson, who is a student at Co-
Mrs. Hudgens was the widow of
the late Captain Hudgens, and three
i daughters and two sons survive her,
Mrs. J. L. Beck) Mrs. Will Hender Henderson,
son, Henderson, Miss jMamie Hudgens and
Messrs. Joe fend Jim Hudgens. She
also leaves thirteen grandchildren
-Mrs. Hudgense-rer-irome with
her son, Mr. Joe Hudgens and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Miss Mamie, on the old home
place. She had for years been a
mother to all the neighborhood for
miles around, always attending those
afflicted with sickness and sorrow.
Her grandson, Mr. Charles Hend Henderson,
erson, Henderson, who holds a position with the
H. B. Masters Co.,-will leave in the
morning to attend the funeral.
The Florida Title & Abstract Co.
has received a typewriter that is to
be operated by electric power. The
machine is an Underwood and has a
small electric motor attached, sim similar
ilar similar to those on modern adding ma machines.
chines. machines. The motor automatically re returns
turns returns the carriage after the line is
finished and spaces for the next line,
thus relieving the operator of a-great
deal of work and enabling a rapid
operator to do about a third more
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's, Ocala 1-13-tf
Yesterday was groundhog day, and
if the animal came out in Florida he
certainly saw his shadow, for the
sun shone bright from morning till
At the meeting of the K. of P. last
night, much work was done. Messrs.
C. E. Ahearn, Lawton Smith and J.
Q. Bryant were instructed in the
duties of pages, while J. Redmond
and L. L. Priest learned the lesson of
the esquire's rank.
Fresh bread, cakes and pies every
day; delivered to any part of the
city. Heintz' Bakery. 12-3t-tf
Frederick' Cochrane, Jr., interest interested
ed interested in the Cochrane Book Store,
wholesale dealers in stationery and
post cards, of Palatka, was a visitor
to the city today, registering at the
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
i Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening r I 7:30 o'clock ( In
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis
itors in the city invited to be with as
H. D. Stokes, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.
All kinds of pastry, cakes and
bread fresh every day. '"In quality
we trust not quantity." Carter's
Bakery, NorthxMain street. 1-26-tf
4 Queen of Sea Routes"
Savannah. Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Boston and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
fares; wirelesi telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Bend for booklet.
H. C. AVERY, Agent,
Jacksonville, Fla.
L. D. JONES. C. A.
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville, Fla,
Finest coastwise Trip In the World

"Age and History of the flcala'

This bank has been organized three years. During this time we have done
everything possible to render satisfactory service to the public.
Our Deposits on March 7th, 1911, were ...lli;.---. $62, 642. CO.
First Call Made by Comptroller. v:-vr,
Last call made by Comptroller, Jan. 13, 1914, Deposits were $327,5G5.24

As Shown by Our

We are very grateful to the public for the liberal patronage extended the bankv
and will continue to serve you in all lines of banking so as to merit your continued
confidence. X v.v
Depositary for U. S., State of Florida, County fof Marion, City of Ocala
JOHX Jj. EDV,RDS, President. C. CAMP, Vice President. IV D. STOKES, Cashier

Just received a full line of Stead Steadfast
fast Steadfast shoes for men. On Nov. 1st
these shoes were raised fifty cents a
pair. But we will sell them this sea season
son season at the old price, $5. Little's
Shoe Parlor. l-28-6t
Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 250
Terms: Cash.
Dental Surgeon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211


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Judge Circuit Court- W." S. Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. Ocala.
j District AttorneyE. W. Davis.
Clerk Circuit Court -P. H. Nugent.
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert.
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham.
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Prouate Wo. E. Smith.
Ocala. f
County Commissioners C. Carmi
chael, Ocaia; J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W t. Henderson. Lynne; D. G.
Watkins, Dunnellon; Walter Luff
man, Sparr.
Board Public Instruction J. II.
Brinson, Superintendent, Ocala: B.
R. Blitch, Bltchton; J. S. Grantham.
Partridge-Woodrow Company
. Selling Agents
' Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-1 3-tf

lie lEasice

so often found in beer in ligjt bottles.
We reprint below an extract from an
opinion rendered by another famous

"Bottles of strong glass should be
selected. They should never "be of
colorless glass, inasmuch as through
the influence of light the beer will not
only take on a disagreeable odorand" w
taste, but will also become turbidr W
- ,: (Diritnr
Extract from Die Mafx and Bierbereitung. Published by E.
Leyser. Director of tKe Brewing Academy in Augaburg.
Tenth Edition. Stuttgart. 1900. page 680.
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This is one of the authorities quoted byDr.
Robert Wahl, President of theWahl-Henius
Institute of Fermentology, to ; corroborate
his own opinion.
Schlitz is made pure and the Brown Bottle
keeps it pure from the brewery to your glass.

Tine Sseif

MiOBat Sanli"

iQcala House Cafe;
Regular Dinner
4K 12 to 2:30
' 50c
I Sunday Dinner
t yby. .12 .to 2:30'.
75c ::
i v
A la 1 Carte Service 5 a m. tt m
, 10 p. m.
J High Class Cuisine,
Prompt Serrice,
Reasonable Prices.
IS 5
XWU Proprietor
Entrance on Main street and
X WZZ;?J from Hotel Lobby. v J
Masons meet Thursday night.
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Telephone 37
The Carmichael & Sons Co.
116 NYMagnolia Street
Ocala, Fla.

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The best place to hide money is where they have
vaults for safely protecting it. Every week we see
newspaper accounts of people having been robbed.
Sugar-bowls, rag-bags, under the carpet, behind pic pictures
tures pictures and all of those other places where people con conceal
ceal conceal their mo'ney. are well-known to burglars. Hide
it in OUR BANK, then you knqw you can get it
when you want it.
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts

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LERY CUTLERY and Hardware.

Martoi lartware Co

Phone 118,

A Come wind, come snow, let Boreas blow, with robes like these
x your body will glow. We have the largest and most up-to-date
v and down-to-the-minute line of laprobes for auto and buggy that
was ever brought to this part of Florida. We have overstocked
X our store in them, and our greed in buying will be your gain in
coin, as we are going to sell them out at ridiculously low prices.
We also have a complete line of rain goods for your bodily pro-
. tecti on -better than insurance and doctors.
JKniglut &. Lang

The Management of DR. McCIANE
Medical, Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxlefs stands.
Larger quarters, more fully equipped and will be run
strictly ethirul lines.
HOURSt 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333.

Ocala, Fla.


Vengeance on One of Madero's Be Betrayers
trayers Betrayers Meted Out by
Juarez, Feb. 3. Francisco I. Guz-
man, who figured prominently in the
revolt against' President llodero in
Mexico City a year ago, was executed
yesterday here. Guzman had just
come from Havana, where he had i
been given a secret mission by Felix j
Diaz to induce General Villa to re-
nounce General Carranza and throw j
the strength of the revolution to
As soon as he heard of the pro proposal
posal proposal General Villa gave Guzman a
conference and after making sure of
the nature of the visit, ordered the
messenger shot.
Orlando, Feb. 3. County Solicitor
L. G. Starbuck was instantly killed
;a short distance from Clermor t last
night when his automobile turned
i over and fell upon him.
j Mr. Starbuckjand Mr. George Mc-
jCulloch left Orlando late yesterday
; afternoon for a hunting trip.
I At one o'clock this morning a tele-
j phone message from Clermont ap-
! prised Miss Hope Starbuck, sister of
the solicitor, of the accident.
j Mr. Starbuck had been prominent
i in the public affairs of Orange county
; many years, and was distinguished
for his ruggedness of character and
j ready outspoken manner. He was a
! fearless prosecuting officer,, and his
place will be hard to fill.
New York, Feb. 3. A meeting of
the National .Democratic Club ended
in disorder last night after a resolu resolution
tion resolution demanding that Charles F. Murr
phy be retired from the leadership
of Tammany Hall had been declared
adopted on an aye and nay vote.
The Star regrets to hear of the
death of Mr. J. L. Morrow, a promi-
j nent citizen of Dunnellon. He was
about 45 years of age and leaves a
wife and one child. He had been a
resident of Dunnellon for a number
of years.
Mr. D. E. Mclver went last night
to Dunnellon to embalm the body,
which accompanied by the relatives
was sent today to Madison, the for former
mer former home of the deceased, for inter interment.
While the two sons of J. M. Mock
at Electra were out hunting yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, the elder boy's foot slipped and
his gun went off, the load striking
his brother, killing him instantly.
The little fellow was a bright boy of
twelve and his death is a dreadful
shock to his relatives. Mclver and
MacKay sent out a casket for the
funeral, which was held today.
Atlantic Coast Line passenger
train No. 85, jumped the track at
Lundy two miles south of Palatka
yesterday afternoon. The baggage
car and engine were demolished., The
negro fireman Charlie Green, was
killed. Conductor Walter Burf and
Engineer Tolar were painfully tho
not seriously injured. ::
The train was going at a lively clip
when the wreck occurred, and the
engine was completely turned around
bj the impact of the heavy train
plunging into it after it left the rails.
My cottage on South Third street,
next door west of the primary school
house, all modern conveniences, is
for rent at $20 per month. R. R
Carroll. 1-23-tf
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala
OCALA LODGE NO. 28, 14. P. O. E.
I Ocala Lodge. No. 2SG, Benovelcnt
ad Protective Order of Elks, me?ts
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. yi?iting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter. E. R.
Joseph Bell. Secretary Ad.
Partridge-Woodrow Com pan j
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala
Concordia Lodge. Fraternal Union
of America, meets if Vonge's Hall
on the second Thursaay evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad


War Department Will Try and Fix
Blame for Sinking of
the Monrce
Washington, Feb. 3. Secretary of.
War Garrison has directed that
charges of negligence be preferred
against Captain Rosman Berry, of
the Merchants' and Miners steam steamship
ship steamship Nantucket which collide! with
and sank the Old Dominion steamer
Monroe, with a loss of forty-one lives
off the Virginia coast Friday.
Went Wet by a Majority of 102
St. Petersburg, Feb. 3. By a ma majority
jority majority of 102 votes Pinellas county
voted wet yesterday, the balloting
winding up one of the warmest cam campaigns
paigns campaigns of the many that this young
county ever experienced. Nearly a
full vote was cast and until the last
return was in both sides were claim claiming
ing claiming a victory.
While the dry forces claim they
are satisfied that they have been
fairly outvoted they feel that the bal balance
ance balance of power was in the hands of
the negroes, and that they arelarge arelarge-ly
ly arelarge-ly responsible for the result. V
Although sentiment ran high there
was no disturbances at any of the
polling places. Neatly the total of
the registered vote was polled and
careful scrutiny was kept by both
sides to see that there was no illegal
Leaders of the dry forces state
that they were not disposed to make
a contest, as they realized the futility,
of this.
At the meeting of the Baptist
Women's Missionary Union in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Monday, Mrs. B. W. Blount,
formerly of Ocala, was elected pres president.
ident. president. Eight churches were repre represented.
sented. represented. HOSPITAL NOTES
Dr. Wood of Oxford was placed In
the hospital today for treatment.
Mr. Hales is doing splendidly and
his friends are greatly encouraged.
Can Assemble Cars in Every Big
i City in the Country
i Detroit, Mich., Feb. 3. The Ford
plant at Detroit alone would support
a. city of 75,000 to 100,000 people,
and the branch assembling plants are
located at Bufflo, Cambridge, Chic Chicago,
ago, Chicago, Columbus, Dallas, Denver,
Houston, Kansas City, Long Island
City, Los Angeles, Memphis Minne Minneapolis,
apolis, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Port Portland,
land, Portland, Oregon, San Francisco, Seattle
and St. Louis in this country, and be besides
sides besides those there is the Ford Motor
Company, Limited, of Canada, with
a factory at Ford, Ont., across the
Detroit river from Detroit, and Can Canadian
adian Canadian service stations at Montreal,
Toronto, Vancouver, London, Ont.,
Calgary, Montreal, Hamilton, Saska Saskatoon
toon Saskatoon and Winnepeg. Then there are
jthe Manchester, England factory and
service stations at Hamburg, Ger Ger-imany,
imany, Ger-imany, and Paris, France.
; The whole purpose of this gigantic
system of branch plants is to facili
tate manufacturing and shipping and
to assure Ford owners in every part
c-i tne worm tne nignesi type oi ser service
vice service after they have purchased their
But not only do these branch fac
tories, each one of them a great in institution
stitution institution in itself, perform this func function,
tion, function, but they are backed up by the
selling and distributing organization
"f the company which includes in individual
dividual individual agents in every community,
from the cities down to the hamlet.
Every cog in this wheel of indus industry
try industry works to perfect this service.
Every Ford agent, no matter how how-few
few how-few cars he handles, is required by
his contract to carry a supply of
Ford parts, so .that Ford owners
never have their cars out of commis commission
sion commission except for a few days, or gen generally
erally generally only hours, unless the car has
met with a serious accident.
If it were not for the branch as assembling
sembling assembling plants the Ford company
could not market its enormous out output,
put, output, because railroad facilities could
not be provided for shipping the cars
j if they were all assembled at the De De-J
J De-J troit factory.' But shipped in knock knockdown
down knockdown form a single car will carry as
many motor cars as could be carried
in a train if the cars were shipped
in the ordinary fashion. Of course,
all the parts are tested before ship shipping
ping shipping and standardization has made
I it easy for the assemblers, and when
j these parts arrive at the assembling
plants here and in the various other
cities -it requires but little labor o
put the cars together and they are
soon in proper running condition.
II. A. Kramer. Office ."504 Lime
Sr. Telephone 348.


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Auction Lot

Huntington, West Va., andJOcala, Florida.
Anywhere' Everywhere Any time

i Watch this space for particulars of this valuable
i: body of Marion County's richest lands, which will
soon be offered for sale.

Fiic lorscs
We have at all times during the
Horses and Mules that our buyer can

Stock Market, where he goes regular y as often as the stock is deplet deplet-ed.
ed. deplet-ed. We can supply any kind of an animal you may desire, at the closest

possible market price, or any number
needed. Come in and look the drove
teed as represented.




Phone 145

We are equipped with the Latest, Largest, Best Vulcanizing
plant in Central Florida. Any sized tire handled at one time.
AH work Guaranteed to e First-Class.
Bring us your Casings and Tubes to be Vulcanized.
Worn out tires and tubes ought.
of all sizes and rims, always in stock
DAVIES, The Tire Man
lhone 438. CfCALA, FLORIDA Main St., near Postofflce,


?PIHIrt TIIiVJlMC J E- Frampton, formerly. t
ririlMU I UftINU of Lamar Mo., is now lo-f,
cated in Ocala. Expert work guaranteed. References?
$ given. Call or address 229 Daugherty St., Ocala, Fla.?
' 1 ?

Raed Oar UNCLASSIFIED ADS. lor your wants

Lost Found, Wanted, Far Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
P'OR REXT Furnished rooms.
Call at No. 515 E. Adams St. 12-31 tf
WANTED -A small roll top desk:
must be in good repair and iow in
price. Address H. D., care Evening
Star. l-28-6t
white woman desires position in pri private
vate private family c do housework or care
for children. Wages can be satis satisfactorily
factorily satisfactorily arranged. 'Apply to Rev.
W. H. Dodge or Rev. Bunyan Steph Stephens.
ens. Stephens. l-2S-6t
RAGS WANTED The Star office
will buy CLEAN COTTON rags for
jse in cleaning up presses and ma machinery.
chinery. machinery. 12-12-tf
brand new roll top office desk, never
used, for sale cheap for cash. Ap Apply
ply Apply at Star office. 1-30-tf
COTTAGE FOR RENT My cot cottage
tage cottage on South Third street, next
door west of the primary school
house, all modern conveniences, is

Sales a Specialty.

. aid lite
season, a large drove of choicest
select, In person in the Atlanta Live
of horses or mules that may be
over. Every transaction guaran
Ocala, Florida
or rent at $20 per month. R. R.
Carroll. j 'l-23-tf
ner Oklawaha avenue and Main
street. 2-2-tf


FOR SALE Barber shop fixtures.
Address, P. O. box 243, Ocala, Flor-. ;
iua. 1-30-tf
FOR RENT Newly furnished
room; every convenience; two men
or couple. 60S S. 2nd St. l-29-6t

FOR SALE Half acre, or more,
ribbon seed cane; root and stalk.
Address, Geo. A. Butler, Mgr., Ta Ta-vares,
vares, Ta-vares, Fla. l-30-6t
well located store in the Robertson 1
block. Apply to S. M. Standley, cor-

FOR RENT Upstairs five-room
apartments unfurnished; lights, wa water,
ter, water, etc.; conveniently located. Apply
to T. C. Carter, at Carter's Bakery.
North Main street. l-26-6t
WANTED Several sections "of
second-hand sectional book case, oak
hr.ish. Address "Book case," care
Star. 1-30-6V
Partridge-Woodrow Company
'Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf



B. R. Carroll, General Jlanager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.



One year, in advance $5.00
tlx months, in advance.... 2.5 ft
Three months, in advance.. 1.25
One month, in advance 50
Judging by the way they are regis registering
tering registering in Duval county, and not reg registering
istering registering in other counties, Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville may nominate not only the sen senators,
ators, senators, but every other man who goes
Into the primary for a state office
this spring.
The Star does not wish to promote
either theft or inceniiarism, but if
some person would steal all the cop copies,
ies, copies, records, etc, of the recent topical
song, "Floating Down the River on
the Alabama," and burn them, this
paper would gladly donate him $5.
In a signed statement the three
banks in Ocala say that they are
backing the Ocala Board of Trade
and are urging the people to join.
That is one board of trade which
ougnt to livef to a good old age.
Tapon Springs Leader.
Its going to live, but it will never
grow old.
After losing Norway will Denmark
now dispense with her islands at the
request of Mr. Bryan? Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. As it was 100 years ago that Den Denmark
mark Denmark lost Norway, she should b6 re--eonciled
to the bereavement by this
Lion killed a moving-pictureoper-ator
in Africa. In the future, movie
operators should stick to Florida for
their African jungle scenes. Colum Columbia
bia Columbia State.
They are sticking to us too blank blanked
ed blanked close for their hard luck scenes,
and we don't like it.
The announcement of Majority
Leader Underwood, that the demo democratic
cratic democratic majority in Congress will not
allow any tariff tinkering, will suit
the 'country at large without regard
to party. Business will do very well
if it is let alone. There should be
no more sweeping changes in the tar tariff..
iff.. tariff.. Schedules should be raised, low lowered
ered lowered or abolished one at a time, as
needed, and there would be no op opportunity
portunity opportunity to threaten panics on ac account
count account of the tariff.
Talk about the wireless distress
signal, a friend of the Star said she
had been informed that the letters
"S. O. S." stood for "Save our souls."
It was reported some time ago that
these letters had been changed to
three others easier to transmit, but
whether the report was authentic or
not, this paper has no way of find finding
ing finding out. If any change is made, the
Star would suggest that 'P. D. Q."
would be the most emphatic and ap appropriate.
propriate. appropriate. x
France broke the ground on the
Panama canal, and came very near
breaking herself in so doing, so there
lie some justice in the fact that the
anal will be of more immediate ben benefit
efit benefit to France than any other nation,
except the United States. The So Society
ciety Society Islands, the most valuable pos possession
session possession of France in the Pacific arc
almost at the antipodes from France,
and the canal will enable French
hips to shorten their route to them
Xy some thousands of miles. The So
briety Islands are the most important
land in the Southern Pacific between
Hawaii and New Zealand, and their
trade is a big item in French, com
Because it is very difficult to con
-vict a woman in this country of mur mur-3er
3er mur-3er in the first degree, where such
a verdict would call for capital pun
ishment, it may be surprising to
.many that two women convicted of
murder were put to death in Prussia
.-si few days ago. And it is more sur
prising to learn that they were not
nanged or electrocuted or guillo
tined, but were beheaded with an
ax. Pennsylvania is the eleventh and
the latest state to substitute the elec
tric chair for the rope, while in seven
states there is no provision for cap capital
ital capital punishment. It is hard to real realize
ize realize that the headsman's ax still
swings in one of the greatest coun countries
tries countries of Europe. Savannah News.
KJermany, then, is the really truly
. country where the ladies get it where
the baby got the beads.


One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance. . 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance 80
The Star not only printed Mr.
Howell's article on express rates
Monday, but sent copies to Senator
Bryan and Congressman Clark, with
requests that they see what they can
do 'In regard to this important mat matter.
ter. matter. It is strange that the managers of
the express companies are so short shortsighted.
sighted. shortsighted. It seems to the Star that
they should realize that the prosper prosperity
ity prosperity of their companies as well as that
of the people would be promoted by
giving equitable rates. If they do
not mend their ways, the day isn't
far off when the government will
either take possession of their busi business,
ness, business, or what is more likely, start a
competing one that will put them out
of business. The parcel post is show showing
ing showing the way. The government
doesn't have to buy out a monopoly
or confiscate it. It only has to go
into business itself, and the monop monopoly
oly monopoly will have to go to the wall.
The city of Ocala has a municipal
light and water plant and at recent
meeting of 'the city council, sweep sweeping
ing sweeping reductions were made in the old
rates for both light and water.
Electricity for lighting was reduced
from 8 cents per kilowatt to 6 cents
and the minimum rate was reduced
from $1.50 to $1. For power, heat heating
ing heating and cooking the old rate of 4
cents was reduce, to 3. Lake City
Its a mighty good advertisement
for Ocala, that low electric rate, and
it gives it an enviable eminence
among5 the cities of the country.
Do not facy, gentle maid,
While you're lightly prancing thru
Tripping trot or tangled tango,
That you're dancing something
This was one of the diversions
Of old, prehistoric man,
And they danced it in the jungle
E'er the human race began.
Al! the dances we are dancing
Are legitimate successors
Of the old orangoutango
Of oUr early predecessors.
Enid, Okla., Events.
Heather Island, Feb. 3. A chim chimney
ney chimney that would not draw was built
here for Mr. Oscar Hightower some
time ago, and when the weather
turned cold, Mr. Hightower needed
all fire places, so he went over to
Ocala for Mr. C. L. Moore, who
came down, tore down the chimney
and rebuilt it, and it drew like a
pipe. While here a colored river
hunter induced Mr. Moore off for a
wild cat hunt one night over in the
Tiger Den country, where the wood
is thick and dark and scar)-, with an
occasional tiger slipping thru the
under-brush. The darkey had dogs
along and they scented many var varment
ment varment trails, but they failed to trail
a cat. At midnight the hunters
were four miles over in the thick den
and Mr. Moore tired out. And no
cat. Mr. Moore loooked for the Pole
star. It was in the south and as still
as ever and the dipper stood straight
on its handle. A hog grunted
woof! "What's that?' he asked. The
darkey opened a cavernous mouth
and ha ha-ed all over the tangled
under forest, and said, "let's go
home; follow me and my dogs."
In deep Tiger Den, Mr. Moore said
he got soaking wet and chilled to the
bone. And no. cat ever thought of
roaming there under the stars..
They reached home after Venus
peeped over the Electra country. The
darkey went out next day and caught
his cat: catsup for supper.
A. A. G.
The Ocala Star observes that the
legislature was kind to Frank Clark
in lopping off from his district the
counties which gave him the most
trouble in 1912. Will "Light" be
given, to those deluded folks in the
second district? Miami Metropolis.

Are we to understand that it would
be "Paradise Regained" if Ocala
could return to the day when she had
"a population of five hundred, no

bank, two tanneries, four cotton gins j
and Marion county had thousands of
acres of state and government lands
open to entry If so, why demand
"Modern Progress," which involves a
Paradise Lost? Times-Union.
The above awakens to memory the
dim and distant past, and we behold a
vision. -s v
Many things troop before us.
We see as in a picture film a scene
a "plantation," a name then hateful
to many persons living across an im imaginary
aginary imaginary boundary line, but most sweet
and glorious to those who possessed
We see in this film a picture of the
"big house" possessed of all the com comforts
forts comforts and luxuries that a virtuous and
discriminating taste could suggest or
a well-filled purse purchase.
We see the mother and the grand grand-mothe
mothe grand-mothe busy with the management of
the little kingdom, the male mem members
bers members of the familiy having some time
since deceased.
In the "little kingdom" there is
everything complete even to an apo apothecary
thecary apothecary outfit including the "blood
letting lances," the "pneumonia cups,'
"jollips and ipecac," and "sheep sher sher-um
um sher-um tea."
As the reel continues we see a saw
mill with a grist mill attached, a
blacksmith shop, a wagon shop,- a
tannery and a shoe shop, a dairy hid
away under the hill near the spring;
spinning wheel and loom; barns and
stables, horses and carriages, cattle,
hogs, sheep and goats.
' We see some distance away, what
is termed the "quarters" There are
at least fifty of them. They are built
so as to form a circle. Each cabin is
surrounded with a little yard. On the
sides and rear are patches of cotton
and tobacco, in front are fruits and
flowers. In the center is the house
of worship, where the word of God is
taught. The slaves themselves con conduct
duct conduct the services preach and ex exhort.
hort. exhort. As a rule they are very re religious.
ligious. religious. The mill is run by water-power.
Everything is busy. The logs are
sawed into lumber and the corn is
ground into meal. The forge is giving
forth ita sparks and the workman are
busy building houses, making wagons
and plows, tanning leather and mak making
ing making shoes and the work-women are
carding cotton, making thread and
weaving cloth. They not only weave
the cloth but they make the rugs and
There is no kingdom nor principal
ly in Europe more complete. There
is song, and mirth and laughter, all
of which betokens joy and content
There is no want nor the fear of
want. The sick are ministered unto
and the aged and decrepit are cared
for as members of a household.
The "big house" is not a dream of
happiness but, is happiness itself.
There are week-end parties and every everything
thing everything to make life delightful. There
are carriages and horses and man manservants
servants manservants and maid-servants to meet
and gratify every beck and call and
We go to the courts and the spec spectacle
tacle spectacle is entirely different from those
of the present day. We see no cloud
of black faces in the criminal dock.
Nowhere throughout the borders of
the state are there any chain-gangs,
convicts camps, peniteniaries and that
monster of evil, Judge Lynch, had
not yet had occasion to put in his ap
Sometime has elapsed and we see
another vision.
The conditions that made the
picture of this "little kingdom" and
many more just like it, possible all
Put in on File
that we have the best reputation for
executing automobile repairs, -simply
because we "make good" under all
conditions, and when each job leaves
our hands we guarantee it to give
perfect satisfaction in every detail.
We employ none but skilled work workmen
men workmen who know their trade, and our
prices are satisfactory to "the man
who pays
Luckie's Garage
17 N. Main Street.

over the south, has been destroyed,
but the feeling of sympathy between
the rulers and the subjects master!
and slave are still cordial and both
go hopefully to work to make the
most under the new order of things.
The "old plantations" are alloted
into farms and some are farmed on
shares. Cotton commands a big price
and passes current as coin. The
factors in the big cities extend a line
of credit to the country merchants
and the country merchants in. turn
extend the same favors to the planta
tion owners and homesteaders and
the music of labor and the fruit of
toil again bless the land.
In the next picture the scene
changes. The farms are abandoned.
A rush is made for the cities. Strikes
begin. We are visited by "hobos" and
weary willies." Banks fail. We hear
of "bread lines" and want and the
fear of want, like the gaunt wolf he
Is, appears upon the scene. We are
beginning to taste of the fruits of
real "Modern Progress."
Is it sinful to let our memories
explore the past and speak of those
times other than in a whisper? We
sometimes understand why the child children
ren children of Israel yearned for the flesh
pots of Egypt. Banner.
The foregoing is one of the most
eloquent descriptions of the beau beauties
ties beauties of the old-time ever written. The
Star apologizes to the Banner for its
misinterprettation of its noble senti sentiment
ment sentiment of a few days ago, and the
Times-Union should do likewise.
Last week J. E. Stevens and John
Juhan purchased the store building
and lot belonging to X. X. Sparkman.
This makes the third purchase of
property investment for John Ju Juhan
han Juhan in the past year. Crystal Riv River
er River Xews.
Candler, Feb. 2. Harry Baxter is
busy selling out his twelve acres of
Mr. H. L. Cole captured a five-foot,
nine-inch diamond back Thursday.
Friday afternoon Mr. Ed. Albert Albert-son
son Albert-son of Weirsdale was a business call caller
er caller in town.
Mrs. F. E. Driver, who has been
ill, is much improved.
Messrs. F. A. Norton and P. A.
Fort, while out hunting one day last
week, shot a rattler that measured
six feet in length.
Warren Russell, of Lake Weir,
while hunting stray cattle, spent an
enjoyable hour with his friend, Mr.
F. H. Dustin, last Friday afternoon.
Mesdames John Mathews, Ruth
Rexwinkle, H. L. Cole and L. Welch,
Mr. J. Mathews, Jim Rexwinkle and
Master Don Rexwinkle drove to Boge
Landing last Friday for a fish dinner,
where they were joined by Messrs.
Cole, Welch with fish a plenty. A
very pleasant afternoon was spent.
Mr. Russell, of Lake Weir, spent
the week end with Mrs. Mary His His-cock
cock His-cock and Mrs. A. D. Moore.
The dramatic talent is making
preparations for a play, the proceeds
to go towards making repairs on the
Finance E. E. Robinson, chair chairman;
man; chairman; M. J. Roess, C. W. Hunter.
Judiciary M. J. Roess, chairman;
E. C. Bennett, H. A. Fausett.
Street W. 'A. Knight, chairman;
G. A. Carmichael, E. E. Robinson.
Cemetery J. C. Smith, chairman;
E. E. Robinson, M. J. Roess.
Fire E. C. Bennett, chairman; J.
X. Tolar, H. A. Fausett.
Police C. W. Hunter, chairman;
W. A. Knight, J. X. Tolar.
Market J. X". Tolar, chairman; J.
C. Smith, H. A. Fausett.
Sanitary C. W. Hunter, chair chairman;
man; chairman; H. A. Fausett, J. C. Smith.
Building H. A. Fausett, chair chairman;
man; chairman; J. C. Smith, J. X. Tolar.
Light and Water M. J. Roess,
W. A. Knight, G. A. Carmichael.
Council then adjourned until
Thursday night at 8 o'clock.
All kinds of pastry, cakes and
bread fresh every day. "In quality
we trust not quantity." Carter's
Bakery, Xorth Main street. 1-26-tf

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by fire. The unexpected often happens..
Give them the positive protection afforded by our
Fire and Burglar Proof vaults.
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i no
so sweet
bride as
Apart from the

is high here, and the chasteness
of the patterns which can be seei

at a glance, it is
that the prices
Oar jewelry store is

county to get suggestions for wedding presents.

We have made a study of

business to know what is suitable for .various gift occasions.

Choose Your Gifts Here

-Oat stock is varied and so
every pocket book- is

many inexpensive but dainty little novelties hers
besides silverware which will make excellent gifts.

This Is a Jewelry store
you are looking for at
Everything in our
gems. Jewelry,
nothing but real,
coupled wttn
Droo In and
rou that



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the table, the cost? less than one
connect to any available electric
light socket and turn on the current
and the coils instantly turn cherry
The interchangeable u tensils take
full advantage of the heat.
Any two cooking operations can be
carried on simultaneously.
Heating element in El ElGrillo
Grillo ElGrillo Is guaranteed for
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Ask for demonstration.

Marion County Abstract ICompany i

jb First consideration and especial attention given to small tmcts. x


Opposite A. C. L. Station. f




Mclver & MacKay
Funeral Directors
Fine Caskets and Barial Robes.
1. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
ill Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
0. E. JIcIVKK .104
C. V. ROBERTS ..305
Undertaking Office. ... 47


thin sr ouite
to the ears of
sterling silver.
quality which
important to know
are. not extravagant
the best place in
this "gift Question.' It is our
are the prices. Every taste and
sure to be suited. We bave
where you can get Jutt whet
the price you want to pay.
fine line of silverware.
watches, etc., contains
tangible values.
up-to-cate styles.
let us assist you
your wcaciag -fJi
us prov tot V"
nere Is a. MvmmXFl'A' si
store f.m&JfMf.Y; 1
boils, broils, fries, and toasts
dainty breakfast quickly right on
cent for the electricity that is used.

numbing and Electrical Contractor.

TICKETS, $5.25 f
Ocala Chapter, Xo. 29, O. E. S..
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday m evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Sec'y.
5 or 6 doses 666 will break
any case of Chills & Fever, Coldt
& LaGrippe; it acts on the liver
better than Calomel andjdoes not
gripe or sicken. Price






Rocky Ford, Pure Strain
Eden Gem Cantaloupe Seed
New Ready for Immediate
Delivery at Reddick.
These seed were grown and personally selected
by me on my own farm at Rocky Ford, Colorado.
A Phone, write or telegraph,

Reddick, Florida.
1-16-7 weeks wkly. Wed and Fri dly



The Star has often in the score of i

year3 of its existence fiad occasion to

speak in praise of the work being

done for the colored youth, of Marion

county and the state at Fpssenden

Academy. It has praised it because


Mr. Dillard, special representative of
Isaac Hamburger & Sons, the noted Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore Tailors, will be in Ocala on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Wednesday, February 3 and 4,
with a handsome line of the very latest
weaves and shades of goods for MEN'S
Samples will be shown, and we especial especially
ly especially invite those who are particular as to
fit and finish to call and let Mr. Dillard
take their measure for one or more of
the handsome patterns in this line.

T. 'ffilVMSTHM





of their class rooms specimens of l WWmd

the Marion County Fair.

The industrial building for the
girls was next visited. There a
number of ihe girls in charge of two
teachers were busy in their house housework
work housework classes. Cooking and sewing
were the principal branches and
that they were being well taught
specimens of the handiwork were
there to testify. They had a well
equipped kitchen, pantry and sew sewing
ing sewing rooms, and certain it is that the

it has had good opportunity to ob

serve how it is carried on and much j girls are being efficiently prepared to

of its results, and is able to testify AH situations or, better, take care of

that it is of value not only to tha homes or their own. t.verytning m

colored people but to the white. It



Phone 108





That -Made


To a Person Who Prides

Himself on His Appearance

Clean, Fresh, Well Laundered Linen i

is a necessity. To supply that ne-

cessity is Our Business.

Ocala Steam Laundry

402-404 S.
JL f

Main Street

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Choice of 5 Toeristl Trains
Norllh and NorllhweslI

Pullman Cars Jacksonville to C hicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Louis Louisville,
ville, Louisville, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Grand Rapids and intermediate points.
For tickets and information call on Atlantic Coast Line ticket
agents, or J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A., Tampa, Fla., Hillsboro Hotel.

Coming South?
For sale 50 improved farms,
10 to 600 acres, northern
Marion County, Florida. Al Also
so Also 2,000 acres cut-over land;
well located; fine truck and
-vange section. Write for
description and prices. Come
see me.


No. 74, leaves Ocala daily except

Sunday, at 1:25 p. m. Arrive Bur

bank, 2:30 p. m.. Fort McCoy, 2:50

p; m., Orange Springs, 4:05 p. m

Palatka, o:lo p. m- Sunday train

leaves Ocala l:2o p. m.; arrives Pa-

latka, 4:25 p. m.
No. 71, Leaves Palatka daily ex

cept Sunday: 7:05 a. m., arrives Or Orange
ange Orange Springs, 8:15 a. xd.; leaves Ft.

McCoy 9:20 a. m., arrives Burbank,

9:40 a. m., Ocala, 10:40 a. m. No.
75 leaves Palatka Sunday. at 7:30 a
m., arives Ocala 10:40 a. m.

s of value to the colored people be

cause it is a great help to their boys

and girls to grow up into good men

and women, and of value to the white
people because every negro boy or

girl who becomes an intelligent and

industrious member of the commu community
nity community is just that much more value to

the body politic.

The system of education at Fes-

senden is essentially usefui and up-.

lifting. All Southern people under

stand that the chances for negro boys

and girls to grow up in idleness and

vicioushess are even greater than
those that threaten white children,
all exposed to temptation enough to
demand watchful care. Negro child

ren have fewer good homes in pro

portion, their opportunities for edu education
cation education and healthy amusement are

more limited ; and so when we find

an institution that earnestly and ef

ficiently tries to counteract the evils

that must result from these defici

encies, it is good policy as well as
justice to support it.

The Board of Public Instruction
of Marion County has had the best
of opportunity to observe the work
at Fessenden, and has shown its
opinion of the institution by giving

it constant and considerable help.
It has maintained its position for
years in the middle of a southern
community, not only without .fric .friction
tion .friction with the people, but with their
approval and often with their as assistance.
sistance. assistance. It has sent out in this time
many useful men and women into the
world, helped the diligent to im improve
prove improve themselves, and in not a few
instances counteracted the influence
of indifferent and even evil homes;

and as the officials of the state can
testify, no graduate of the institu institution
tion institution has ever yet been found in the
criminal dock.
The editor of the Star had the
pleasure of looking over the school
Monday going out in the morning
from Ocala with the principal, Pro Professor
fessor Professor J. L. Wiley, in his auto. It
is hardly a digression from the main

text of this article to tell what an
extra careful autoist Professor Wi Wiley
ley Wiley is. Obeying every regulation
and always on the watch, not only
to guard his own machine, but ob observe
serve observe the rights of the weak and un unskillful,
skillful, unskillful, he showed a consideration
that should win him the good will of

every autoist in the county by stop

ping twice and removing from the
road fragments of bottles cast there
the night before by careless and
probably intoxicated people. He was
in no danger from the fragments
himself, but others might be. It may
be truly said that Professor Wiley
has observed this policy of consid or oration
ation oration for others ever since he took

charge of the school, and it is one of

the principal reasons why the school

has prospered and he holds the re

spect and receives the assistance of

so many white men.

The latest improvement at Fessen;-

den is the new road across from the

main highway to the academy gates.

Coioriel John M. Martin gave-' the
right of way for the road thru his
land, and the boy students of the

academy are doing the work. It is

hard work, too, involving the grub grubbing
bing grubbing out a large number of stumps
and similar operations. It vilPgp
on until a broad, well hardeuI
highway runs from the public road

to the door of the main academy
building. ;

It was the busiest part of the day

at the academy 10 o'clock in the

morning. The first department of

the school to be visited was that
given to industrial training. In the

building devoted to mechanic arts
was found a number of the boys hard

at work in the carpenter and black

smith shops. They were making all

sorts of useful articles in wood and

iron." One thing the Star has refer referred
red referred to before, but it is well to refer
to again, is teaching the pupils in
wood-working to utilize scrap lum lumber.
ber. lumber. Many a pretty and useful ar article
ticle article do they make of pieces of wood
that would otherwise be thrown
away. It is easy to see what an use useful
ful useful talent this is on a farm or around

a home, beside preparing for the

economy in wood that will be forced
on us some day.

The boys in the blacksmith shop

were turning out some really good

work, not only m such things as

rings and bolts, but some well tern

pered tools. Both wood and iron de departments
partments departments had good drawings to
work by, and displayed on the walls

thU department was scrupulously
clean, and the quality of its work
has been proven year after year in
exhibits made at the Marion County
An inspection of Carnegie .Hall, in
which is located the kitchen, dining

room, library and dormitories for the

women teachers and girl students
followed.- It is a big, airy building
and kept in excellent order. A clean
and elegant simplicity pervades ev everything.
erything. everything. -The library has over 2000
volumes and is steadily increasing.
The students make good use of it,
and the few who do not Tead willing willingly
ly willingly are obliged to by the rules. They
have to take out books- any they
prefer and show that they have
read them. Very few. however, are

unwilling. The dining room-is orna ornamented
mented ornamented with portraits of the nation's
greatest men, prominent among them
being a splendid picture of General
Robert E. Lee. The equipment of
the kitchen and dining room would
do honor to a big hotel. The dormi dormitories
tories dormitories of the men teachers and boys
were next inspected. They are all
clean and comfortable. That clean cleanliness
liness cleanliness is next to godliness is enforced
at Fessenden, and any young man or
woman who has lived there four

years has formed habits that will
probably last a life time.
There was time for only a hurried
look thru the class rdoms, where
scores of the boys and girls were
busily engaged with their books.
There is a very intelligent staff of
teachers and all the pupils seem
eager to learn. One young man, who

No, we are not referring to the late spring

. ww m m m v- &j m- m

! What we are: talking about is those pretty Spring
tX Patterns for Men's and Boys Suits now being

CX HisnlfiVfirl in nnr stvl hnnlrc Trior to nmKoKUr

not another house in Florida with the complete
assortment that we are showing for this spring's
wear. Drop in and let us show vou over the line.

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"Hen's Outfitter"
Harrington Corner OCALA, FLA.

FALSE "Economy at This -Time

an hour before had been efficiently, at
work with his hands in the carpen

ter shop, now correctly explained a

problem in plane geometry. He will
probably teach others of his race
how to do things.

All the teachers and pupils came

together in the chapel just before
noon, and had a short service, the

principal feature of which was the
music. They have a fine organ, and

we all know the colored people can

sing. Many a person of undisputed
good taste has turned aside from

grand opera to hear them sing the

old-fashioned campmeeting hymns.

The visit ended with a perform

ance from the band, which lined up

before the academy as Professor
Wiley brought out his auto to take

his visitors back to town. The school

has a fine band, which is not only a

good study and recreation to the

students b-t often pleases the neigh

bors with its excellent music.

Annexed to the academy is a fine

farm of over 200 acres, on which

great deal of the supplies needed by
the school are raised. It is carried

on by scientific principles and has
some fine blooded stock as well as

good crops.

Fessenden has students from al

over the tate, but the majority

come from the neighborhood, many

walking several miles every day in
order to attend. The county board

assists by allowing children from

the neighboring schools to attend the

academy when the terms ; of their
own schools are out, and that the

privilege is appreciated is shown by

some coming all the way from An

thony, Reddick, and even further.


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The Hotel you take your. Mother, Wife or; Sister to
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The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least

one dreaded disease that science has

been able to cure in all its stages,

and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is the only positive cure now

known to the medical fraternity.
Catarrh being a constitutional dis disease,
ease, disease, requires a constitutional treat treatment.
ment. treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system, thereby destroying the foun foundation
dation foundation of the disease, and giving the
patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature in
doing its work. The proprietors
bave so much, faith in its curative
powers that they offer One Hundred
Dollars for any case that it fails to
cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO.,
Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggist
75 cents. Take Hall's Family Pills
for constipation. Adv.

Partridge-Woodrow Company Company-Selling
Selling Company-Selling Agents

Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf

Ocala, Fla., Jan. 27, 1914.
The law provides !taht all city tax
assessments must bemade to the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned on or before the 1st day
of February, 1914. All property property-owners
owners property-owners in both the old and new lim

its of the city will please make re returns
turns returns at once at the city clerk's of office.
fice. office. II. C. Sistrunk,
1-27 Clerk and Assessor of Ocala.

For constipation, use Dr. King's
New Life Pills. Paul Mathulka, of
Buffalo, N. Y., says they are the
"king of all laxatives. They are a
blessine to all mv family and I al always
ways always keen a box at home. Get a box

and get well again. Price 25 cents.
At druggists or by mail. H. E. Buck-

len & Company, Philadelphia or St.
Louis. ad

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. Kl Sage, Clerk. Adv.


Quickly cured by Dr. Hobson's
Eczema Ointment. C. P. Caldwell,
of New Orleans, La., states: "My
doctor advised me to try Dr. Hob Hob-son's
son's Hob-son's Eczema Salve. I used three
boxes of ointment and three cake3
of Dr. Hobson's Derma Soap. Today
I have not a spot' anywhere on my

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teed. Guaranteed. All druggists. 50c, or by mail.
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The Merchant's Cafe Is a nrst class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 2-28-tf

Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala

"Ensign" films are the kind your
friends are using for their small
cameras. None better. The Court
Pharmacy. 1-17-tt

DR. W. K. LANE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building. Ocala Ady.


Bought and Sold.
Farm Tools, Casoline Engines, Wag Wagons,
ons, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Beds and
Bedding, Stoves, Tinware, Queens Queens-ware,
ware, Queens-ware, Crockery, Etc
Phone 481
U9 S. Main Street, Ocala, Fla.

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

Beautiful Reception Given by 3Irs.
From 3 to 5 o'clock this afternoon
the charming bungalow of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis W. Duval on Oklawaha
avenue was thronged with f hand handsomely
somely handsomely gowned ladies whose happy
spirits blended perfectly with the
cadence of soft music which filled
the rooms while Mrs. Duvan was en entertaining
tertaining entertaining at a reception formally
presenting to Ocala society Mrs.
Frederick R. Hocker, a recent bride,
and Miss Lula Robertson, a lovely
visitor who will not return to her
home in Elizabethtown, Ky., until
late spring.
As the guests arrived they were
met at the top of the broad stone
steps by Mrs. E. L. Carney and Mrs.
W. S. Bullock, and Mrs. J. TO. Rich Richardson
ardson Richardson asked them to the east end of
the veranda, where refreshing ice
cold fruit punch was served from a
table adorned with pansies and vio violets
lets violets interspersed with fern by Mrs.
Marcus Frank, Mrs. W. A. Goin and
Mrs. Jake Brown.
At the front door Mrs. C. R. Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings and Mrs. Sidney Haile receiv received,
ed, received, ushering the callers into the spa spacious
cious spacious living room which had been
transformed into a pretty garden
scene reflecting the artistic talents
of the hostess. Feathery fern traced
the picture moulding completely
around the room and was artistically
banked in and out among the vases
and bowls of nasturtiums, violets,
pansies and roses placed on book
cases filled with yellow jessamine,
brilliant geraniums and other flow flowers
ers flowers added to the pleasing effect, also
growing narcissus heavy in bloom
and potted plants.
Amidst these beautiful surround surroundings
ings surroundings Mrs. Duval graciously welcom welcomed
ed welcomed her guests and the greeting was
mutual for the occasion offered the
first opportunity to a great number
to speak to the hostess since her re
turn a few -days ago from Kentucky,
where with Mr. Duval she has made
her home during the past year. In
the receiving line with her were
Miss Robertson, the hostess' sister,
Mrs. William Hocker and Mrs. Fred Frederick
erick Frederick Hocker.
Mrs. Duval received wearing a
most becoming gown of white crepe
over charmeuse made en traine and
trimmed with silver passementerie
and tiny silver beads. Miss Robert Robertson's
son's Robertson's gown was fashioned of gray
crepe de chene with a bodice of lace
and chiffon and a touch of pink com completed
pleted completed the attractiveness of the cos costume.
tume. costume. Mrs. Hocker, a radiant bride
of a few weeks, was greatly admired,
wearing a flame-colored crepe de
chene with bodice of lace and maline
and the drapery of the skirt en
traine was caught with maline
rosets, and Mrs. William Hocker's
striking beauty was further pro pronounced
nounced pronounced by an exquisite afternoon
gown of yellow crepe de chene with
pansy velvet trimmings.
Another receiving line stood on
the opposite side of the room and in
it were Mrs. Bunyan Stephens, Mrs.
Arthur Williams, a former popular
Ocala girl,, and Miss Annie Cham Cham-berline
berline Cham-berline of Pittsburg, Pa., wrho is en enjoying
joying enjoying her first visit to Florida as
tbe guest of her cousin, Mrs. WT. T.
Gary. Mrs. J. M. Gross, wife of the
new Methodist minister, was invit invited
ed invited to receive, but was unable to be
present. Introducing these ladies
"were Mrs. D. E. Mclver, Mrs. R. A.
Burford and Mrs. W. T. Gary.
From the living room the guests,
you ever stop to minis
wonderful it is that
finest confectionery in
the world.
No need to mention even "candy'
when you want the best Just
That we are the HUYLERS Store
of Ocala would vouch for our high
standard in other lines, even if we
had not our "20 years of quality"
behind us.
Our stock offers all the most de desired
sired desired Confections and many'novelties.
A box is the key to delight where where-ever
ever where-ever you're going always appreci appreciated,
ated, appreciated, always acceptable. Take a
box along tonight.


at the Invitation of Mrs. J. D. Rob Robertson
ertson Robertson and 'Mrs. M. Fishel, passed
into the dining room, where a pro profusion
fusion profusion of peach blossoms made a ver-

itable spring-time of the interior olLC: ' T
.u; wfif'Ss DaisyJveidel and Mrs. Chris

the room. The pink and white colo
motif was carried out in the most
minute detail. The round table laid
with crochet mats was centered witft
a tall arrangement of pink and white
carnations in a silver vase resting on
a reflector. Candle" with pink rose
shades and electric lights shaded in
pink cast a soft glow everywhere.
Mrs. R. S. Hall and Mrs. T. S. Kyle
sat at the dainty table pouring tea
and coffee, which was passed with
strawberry cream, white cake iced in
pink, salted mints, cheese wafers and
home made mints by Misses Annie
Davis, Lola McClure, Minnie and
Geneva Stovall, Elizabeth and Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Hocker.
Mrs. D. M. Smith and Mrs. G. T.
Maughs ushered the ladies from the
dining room to the veranda, where
they lingered for a few minutes,' the
piazza being transformed into an
out-door living room.
Two hundred and fifty invitati ns
were issued to this brilliant recep reception
tion reception and no affair of the season has
been enjoyed more.
Mrs. Smith to Entertain
The following invitation has been
issued to a large number of friends
Dan Morgan Smith
at home
Thursday afternoon, February 12tn
nineteen hundred and fourteen
three o'clock
Mrs. Keidel Mrs. Ax
Woman's Auxiliary
The Woman's Auxiliary of Grace
Episcopal church will meet at the j
retcory Tuesday, at 3 p. m.
The following clipped from the
Times-Union will be read by many
frineds of D. G. Haley, who married
Miss Anna Mixon, of this city. Mr.
Haley is secretary of the Thomas
Advertising service, Jacksonville, and!

and his picture, along with other of- being present. The meeting ad journ journ-ficers,
ficers, journ-ficers, appeared in Sunday's paper, ed to meet with the Presbyterian

and beneath his was this:
Mr. Haley is a practicing attorney,
who has extensive outside interests
in this state. He (s a native of Mis Mississippi,
sissippi, Mississippi, in which state he was as-
sistant commissioner of agriculture
during the administration of Gover-!
nor Vardeman, with whose campaign
for United States Senator Mr. Haley
was closely associated. Later he was
in Chicago for two years as
ant to the general attorney of
Illinois Central railway.
A. E. Walkley, of Ocala, who rep represents
resents represents the Ferguson Waterproof
Co., of St. Louis is looking over the
Jacksonville end of the trade at the
present. Times-Union.
Mrs. D. R. Connor, while out on
her back piazza yesterday, tripped
and fell, breaking the third finger
on her right hand. She has suffered
a great deal of pain and the break
coming in the joint will probably
leave a stiff finger. Mrs. Connor has
the sympathy of her many friends.
Mr. S. R. Pyles, who has been in
St. Petersburg since Friday, Is ex expected
pected expected honje -tomorrow, accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Norton, who
will be guests at the Pyles home for
a few days. The trip will be made
through the country in Mr. and Mrs.
Norton's car.
Miss Katherine Pyles is visiting
Miss Juanita Lytle at Stanton this
Mrs. W. H. Dodge will leave to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for Lake City to attend the
Presbyterian conference Thursday.
Mrs. R. S. Hall will entertain her
Sunday chool class at her home to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Mrs.' Weller Carmichael, who has
been so sick, is now quite well again,
which news will please her numerous
Mr. George A. Carmichael did not
rest well last night, but rallied this
morning and is doing very well this
Mrs. Ed. Jeffords went to Tampa
Monday, where she will be the guest
of her daughter, Mrs. A. B. McMul McMul-len.
len. McMul-len. Mr. and Mrs. Jeffords expect
to locate in Tampa. Clearwater
News. i
In speaking of the Osborn-Mor-rison
wedding last week the Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Sun says:
The contracting parties are for- residents of Williston, and have
been frequent visitors to Gainesville
the past year or two. The bride, a
young woman of very attractive per personality
sonality personality and sunny disposition, pass passed
ed passed thru this city on Wednesday after afternoon's
noon's afternoon's Atlantic Coast Line train, en
route to the state metropolis, but no
intimation was imparted as to the ap approaching
proaching approaching nuptials.

A Lovely Reception
tian Ax, hay ei issued invitations to a
reception whfch Jity will give from
3 to 5 o'cloct
kon Wednesday after-
Misses Louise Sanders and Gladys
Martin motored down from Ocala
Saturday morning and spent a few
hours visiting relatives and friends.
Hernando items in Times-Union.
Dr. Blitch and daughter. Miss
Legie. brought Mr. Ben Blitch in from
Blitchton this morning to attend the
meeting of the school board.
The Eastern Star Sewing jCircle
has postponed its meeting until Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday afternoon, when it will meet
with Mrs. S. P. Anthony at 3 o'clock.
All members are urged to be present.
Richard Dewey is sick at the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Mrs. F. A. Howse has been
confined to her room for three days
with a severe case of grip, which is
sorrowful news to her wide circle of
Mrs. Marie Chambers and her
friend, MsyBookman, of Columbia,
S. C, arrived in the city yesterday
for a visitfo Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
Yesterday afternoon ifrs. M. C
Wlnsborough of Kansas City, con conducted
ducted conducted a meeting at the Presbyter Presbyterian
ian Presbyterian church. Mrs. WTinsborough was
appointed superintendent of the
Woman's Auxiliary of the Southern
Presbyterian church by the General
Assembly, which is the highest body
of that church. The purpose of the
meeting in this city yesterday was to
organize a synodical. The meeting
proved to be most successful and in interesting,
teresting, interesting, many from out of town
con ference at Lake City, Thursday.
Mrs. Geo. W. Neville and Miss
White of Dunnellon were guests of
Mrs. ,W. H. Dodge at the manse dur-
ing the meeting of the Woman's
Auxiliary of the Presbyterian church.
Mrs. William A. Shands and babtf,
of Gainesville, are the guests of Mrs.

assist-jShand's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wal

ter Hawkins, at their home in Rivei
side, for a couple of months' visit.
Mrs. Shands was formerly Miss Kath Kath-erin
erin Kath-erin Hawkins of Jacksonville.
Mrs. George K. Sullivan gave a
matinee party to Mrs. Graham's
bridge club Tuesday. Marietta
Notes in Atlanta Journal.
Enroute from New York City to
visit her nephew, Mr. R. C. Muncas Muncas-ter
ter Muncas-ter and family, Mrs. Sullivan stopped
in Marietta to visit with relatives.
Mrs. B. T. Perdue, after an ab absence
sence absence of three months, has returned
to Ocala and has taken for the winter
Mrs. William Anderson's house on
Fort King.
Miss Rachael Gaines who has been
in a New York hospital for the past
year, arrived home Wednesday. Her
many friends regret to know that
she is yet unable to walk. Leesburg
Miss Katherine Kuhl visited he
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. P. I Cornell,
at Ocala, Sunday. Starke Telegraph.
Rev and Mrs. F. R. Bridges ar arrived
rived arrived today and are guests of Rev.
and Mrs. J. L. Moon. Rev Bridges
will hold quarterly conference at the
Methodist church tomorrow. Lees Leesburg
burg Leesburg Commercial.
Miss Ophelia Gray was hostess to
the Omega Tau Delta sorority Friday
afternoon at her home,' Grayoaks, on
Lakeview avenue, entertaining with
three tables of auction bridge.
After the games were half thru the
guests were invited out into the din dining
ing dining room where a dainty luncheon
consisting of fruit salad, lettuce
sandwiches, stuffed olives, salted al almonds,
monds, almonds, coffee and white cake was
served: The games were finished
after the luncheon, Miss Helen Wood
being awarded the top score. St.
Petersburg Times.
An excellent picture showing the
profile of Mrs. Edwin A. Peeples of
Atlanta, formerly Miss Robyn Young,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.
Young of Washington, adorned the
society page of Monday's Atlanta

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These are the famous

Waiiclessci ail Clidt
The fact they are so stamped means
their original price. ; v

f The members of the Methodist
seeing circlespeit two hours pleas pleasantly
antly pleasantly yesteTda, with Mrs. Jessie
Bishop onFort King. After ad adjournment
journment adjournment floHMnuib. refreshments
were served.
Mrs JBlQweraClnb
Mrs. A. C. Blowers was hostess to
the North End Embroidery Club on
Wednesday afternoon. Dainty lit little
tle little sewing bags were in evidence, bat
were laid aside when tables were ar arranged
ranged arranged for games. The popular
game of rook was enthusiastically
played, followed by an interesting
"Flower Contest." Mrs. Justice
Price won the first prize, a beautifjl
sandwich basket. The second prize
a pot plant in a jardenaire of Indian
hand work, ''went to Mrs. F. H. Bob Bobbin.
bin. Bobbin. An elaborate three-course
luncheon was served. Mrs. Blowers
was charming as hostess, being ably
assisted by her sisters Misses Gard Gardner
ner Gardner and Blowers. St. Petersburg
Georgian. Mrs. Peeples is the guest
of honor at a series of beautiful so social
cial social affairs now being given in At Atlanta.
lanta. Atlanta. f
Mrs. Pauline Browne Hazen has
been succeeded as society editor of
the Tampa Tribune by Miss Mattie
Bloodworth, who has done newspa newspaper
per newspaper work in North Carolina and
other places.
Mrs. C. V. Miller and little Miss
Alice Bullock Miller are in Tampa,
guests of the former's sister, Mrs.
George McKean, having gone down
on the afternoon train.
On behalf of the Woman's Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Union of Florida, we extend
our heartfelt gratitude and express
our appreciation, to the First Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church of Ocala, the pastor, Rev.
Eunyan Stephens, and all others who
so graciously entertained the State
Jubilate of the Woman's Missionary
Union; to Mrs. W. T. Gary for open-j
ing her home to the parlor confer-


ence; to Mrs. Clarence Camp for the do everything possible to cooperate
elegant reception tendered the W. M. I with the city in making a splendid li li-U.
U. li-U. and guests at the beautiful Ocala j brary for Ocala.

Country Club; to the committee on
arrangements and music whose ef-
fords made the meetings a success
and to the Jubilate party for their


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splendid, inspiring addresses; to the
press for their full and excellent re reports
ports reports of the meetings.
The first mention of a missionary
union for Florida was made at a
Baptist convention held at Ocala,
and it was fitting that the twenty
fifth anniversary should be celebrat celebrated
ed celebrated here. I '.
The Ocala WL M. S., Y. W. A., R.
A. chapter, Sunbeam Band, all W. M.
organizations, are loyal to tne
cause they represent. We thank
them for their part in the Jubilate.
Mrs. H. C. Wajtnboldt, President.
Mrs. H. C. Peelman, Cor. Sec'y.
The Woman's jLIbrary Association
held a regular meeting Saturday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon and the following reso reso-tion
tion reso-tion was Introduced by Mrs. J. J.
Resolved, That to better carry on
the work and purpose of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Library Association of Ocala,
( formerly the Ladies' Library Asso-
ciauon i it is aeemea Desx xnat a cor-1
poration should be formed under
the laws of the state of Florida, pro- i
viding for the obtaining of a charter
for a corporation, not for profit, to
carry on said work and purposes and
succeed to all the rights of said as association;
sociation; association; therefore, be it further
Resolved, That Helen J. Bittinger,
Mamie Howse-Stovall, Isabella Sin Sin-clai,
clai, Sin-clai, Myra Schreiber, Flora Brown,
Louise Gamsbyi Mary, Anderson
Reoss, Helen Thompson Chaoe,
Louise Harris Clark, Nellie Stevens,
Nellie Gerig and Amelia Lee Mc Mc-Conathy
Conathy Mc-Conathy be and they are hereby au
thorized to apply i for such charter, I
and take necessary proceedings to
procure same.
The proposed charter was read and
acted upon.
An entertainment for the library
was discussed. It was deemed best
to wait until after the hospital en entertainment,
tertainment, entertainment, the Chautauqua and the
j Woman's Club
demonstration fair
j before deciding definitely
upon the

- The association will endeavor tojg SUSS"

Rev. J. B. Ley has presented to
,the library "Nations of the World"
J in thirty volumes, which is in itself
a very fine collection of books.


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they are worth
Mrs. L. Gilreath of Georgia, state
evangelist of the W.( C. T. U., will
conduct- a series of Bible readings in
the .Methodist church beginning on
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock,
j with services three times daily. Mrs.
. Gilreath comes here from Jackson-
j ville, where she Is very highly epok-
en of, having conducted readings and
given talks, in two of the Methodist
and Baptist churches jot that city
Every one is cordially Invited to hear
F. W. Blitch of Berrin,died at the
home of his daughter, Mrs. J. D.
Priest, of Morriston, on Saturday
morning. His body was interred at
the family burying ground, near
Montbrook, on Sunday.
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410 N. Orange street, Oliver Mead Meadows,
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Under the new primary law, every man in
Marion County, if he is to vote in any of the
elections, must go in person to the registration
officeilhd register.
Though you have been registered and vot voting
ing voting for, 20 years, you must register again in the
new books. Mr. D. M. Barco, the registration
officer, will be in Lis office in the court house,
every day from Monday noon to Saturday noon
of each week from now till

Sattiriay, f elFiairy

to register

you. Do not put the matter off.

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you approached

how long d'you

that when you had a house to rent
every man you met and told him so.

think your house would remain vacant ?

that you had lost a fine watch on the streets and ask asked
ed asked everyone you saw whether they had picked it up.
what chance" do you think you'd have of recovering it ?
that you'had a desirable lot of household furniture for
sale and told the women folks about it on the streets,
how long would you remain outside the "Nut Club" ?
that youvIiave just received a fine line of the latest
styles in men's clothing and depend on your friends
making it public, wouldn't you likely be left with the
lot in stock at the end of the season ?
that you inserted an ad in The Evening Star, which
is read eyeryg day (except Sunday) by practically
x every white family in Ocala. wouldn't you be reason reasonably
ably reasonably certain of inquiries if your proposition had merit?
you'll reach more people in a day than you could by a
personal talk in a month, and with less expense and
that you call Phone 51 and have pur representative
call on you.

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war commenced the building and j
running of passenger and freight!
steamboats to Silver Springs, and
continued with ever increasing pop popularity.
ularity. popularity. The steamers are specially
built for navigation of the winding
stream, and are commanded by
skilled and long experienced pilots
and captains.
Mrs. Harriett Beecher Stowe
called the river "fairyland." Of her
fellow, pasengers she said: "They
returned from their trip fairly ine inebriated
briated inebriated with enthusiasm, and wild
with inherent raptures. They had
seen Europe, Italy, Naples and the
Blue Grotto, but never, never had
theV seen aught so entransing as
this. It was was a spectacle weird,
wondrous and magical, to be remem remembered
bered remembered as one of the things of a life
time." Of her own impression of the
Oklawaha she says: "The boat
glides on from hour to hour, as the
river winds and turns and doubles
itself, with still the same.flowry sol

itude, reverbrating with the same
wild cries of birds, glittering with
slanting sunbeams, festooned '.with
waving garlands that hang from tree
to tree." Of her entrance Into Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs she says: "We seemed
floating thru an immense cathedral
where white columns met in vast
arches overhead and reflected in the
grassy depths below. The dusky
.palmetto waving above lit by torch torchlight,
light, torchlight, looked like fine tracery of a
wonderous sculptured roof. The
brilliant underwhite of the bay
leaves, the transparent red of the
water maple, and the soft, velvet
she took the trip in spring-time! of
cypress, had a magical brilliance, as
our boat passed thru the wooded
isles. The reflected fire-light gave
the most peculiar effect. The gray
moss that streamed down seemed
like draping veils of silver, and was
of wondrous profusion. Clouds of
fragrance w'ere wafted to us from

orange groves along the shore; andi

the transparent depth of the water
gave the impression that our boat
was moving thru air which is very
sensational around the scary bendsl.
Every pebble and aquatic plant we
glided over seemed, in, the torch,
light, invested with prismatic bright brightness.
ness. brightness. What a sight was that? There
is nothing on earth to compare with
General U. S. Grant, on his return
from a tour of the world, pronounc pronounced
ed pronounced the Oklawaha river the most
charming of rivers, and this trip one
of the most pleasing events of his
The Hart Line has receiv received
ed received a handsome auto truck to handle
its passenger traffic from Ocala to
this station.
Silver Springs, from Blue Roads,
which includes Bridal Chamber, Lov-

tions on the river properf below the
Little Oklawaha, although the
freighter Sharpshooter uses only
half of them as calling stations.
The Hart Line steamer Okeehum-

kee first steamed to Okahumka, just

after the civil war. This long strip
of inland territory received freight
by boat then.

A Spectacular Gasoline Fire on the

River at Night Oflf Blue Springs
From the Sharpshooter's log book,
summer of 1913: "The night was
Thursday. The Sharpshooter, Capt
Mills, put in the mouth this evening
at twilight from Palatka. Stopped
atf Brbbery and also at Davenport.
It was 11:30 when the steamer put
In the mouth of Blue Springs.1 Here
raft of piling in main channel, with
Captain Henry Mason in command of

it. using the tug Oregonian. The

freight vessel ran into(the mouth-of
Blue Springs and the engineer and
mate transferred some gasoline to
the raft, which Captain Mason prev previously
iously previously ordered. The mate. Carl Ma Ma-v
v Ma-v son, handed the gas to his father.
Captain Henry Mason, and the cap captain
tain captain put the Inflammable fluid, which
was in four five gallon cans, on the
raft above a small fire, around which
Captain J. W. Randall and Pilot
Maxie Mason warmed themselves.
The Sharpshooter's mate yelled not
to place the gas above the fire, re repeating
peating repeating the order three or four
times, but the raft's commander fail failed
ed failed to hear the warning. Soon a lit little
tle little of the gas leaked out and floated
down to the fire and in a moment the
blaze flared, high. Captain Mason
put out in the Oregonian and circled
about,, advanced and used his boat boat-hooks,
hooks, boat-hooks, sousing the cans which were
now balls of fire, deep down Into the
stream. Every time he brought a can
to the surface it would blaze again.
The Sharpshooter stood by, although
the river was ablaze all around her."
A. A. G.

Part ridge- Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala


A Vegetable Element That Is Rapid Rapidly
ly Rapidly Doing Away With the Use
of Calomel.
The Court Pharmacy is one of the
first progressive concerns to offer for
scle the new system of medicine that
is fast supplanting the use of old
fashioned calomel as a liver medi medicine.
cine. medicine. Nearly everyone knows how easily
the liver becomes sluggish in this cli climate
mate climate and how this sluggishness ef effects
fects effects not only all the other physical
organs but the mind as well.
The signal towers of this dread
condition, which some call malaria

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er's Leap, Smoking Room, Shell are coarea tongue, iac oi energy.
Room, Ladies' Parlor and Silver jdu11 eres constipation, sallow corn corn-Gate,
Gate, corn-Gate, is blue and the blue stream ex- j plcxion.
tends down to Winona's Mirror, j Taken with regularity this proven
where the water turns to green. The j scientific liquid vegetable medicine
Oklawaha river is olive green to"in the form of Carswell's Liver Aid
Tuscawilla Pass, near which place wH1 prevent or promptly relive all

the water goes over the Frying Pajr livr troubles.

On sale under money return guar-


Shcals and the color is scarlet; at

Lapp Island the water in places islane by The Court Pharmacy.

brown to the mouth. The Little Ok

lawaha is green, then brown in plac places,
es, places, and on to the Tiger Den end it is

There are some twenty river sta-

Part ridge-Woodrow Company

Mr. Turner, of Duval; Mr.Nutt, of
Orange, and County Commissioner
Hoffman, of Franklin, to comprise

the committee.

Committee Report
The committee retired and prepar prepared
ed prepared its report- The report recom recommended
mended recommended the assessment of farm
ponies from 2D to $440; horses,
$50 to $100; mules, $75 to, $150;
sheep, $1 each; goals, 50 cents each;
hogs, $1 each; range cattle, $5 each;

dairy cattle, $10 to $30; oxen, $10

to $20; automobiles, $100 to $2,000;
and all, other real and;! personal
property at, 50 per cent of its real
value, A feature of the report, how however,
ever, however, was the recommendation that
all banks should be assessed at 50
per cent of their capital, surplus and
undivided profits, less the assessed
value of all real estate belonging to
the banks.
The report was adopted. v

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Copyright. 131 13U, by Harper St
(Continued from Page Five)
Once more the little automobile took
on the dignity of a regular train and
sped out of the network of tracks be behind
hind behind Colon. As it gained speed Mrs.
Cortlandt. to divert ber guest's mind
from his recent ordeal, began to ex explain
plain explain the points of interest as they
passed. She showed him the old
French workings where a nation's
hopes lay buried, the mechanical ruins
that had cost a kind's ransom, the
Mount Hope cemetery. whitherdaily
trains had borne the sacrifice before
science h:id robbed the fever of its ter terrors.
rors. terrors. "Will they really tinish the canal V"
he asked. "Won't something happen?"
"It is already dug. The rest is mere merely
ly merely a matter of excavation and concrete.
The engineering difficulties have all
been solved, and the big human ma machine
chine machine has been built up. What is more
important, the country is livable at
last. Over at Aucon hospital there is
a quiet, bard working medical man
who has made this thing possible.
When the two oceans are joined to together,
gether, together, and the job is tinished. his will
be the name most highly honored."
"It must be nice to do something
worth while." Anthony mused vaguely.
"To do anything." his companion ob observed,
served, observed, with a shade of meaning: then.
"It is amusing to look back on the old
Spanish statement that it would be
impious to unite two oceans which the
Creator of the world had separated."
As Kirk dropped asleep that night
after the luxuries of a bath, clean
clothes and a meal on white linen and
china, he reflected contentedly that,
after all, things have a way of coming
right In this world Cor those who ac accept
cept accept them cheerfully as they come.
On the following morning Kirk dis dispatched
patched dispatched a long letter to his father, ex explaining,
plaining, explaining, as well as he could, how he
came to be in Panama and giving a
detailed account of the events that had
befallen him since his arrival. Al Although
though Although he took this means of relieving
his father's anxiety, he was far from
resigning himself to a further delay
of his return. On the contrary, he at
once began an inquiry as to sailing
dates, discovering, to his intense dis disgust,
gust, disgust, that no ship was scheduled to
leave for New York within several
days. Be planned to borrow the pas pas-age
age pas-age money from his friends when the
time came, and accompany his letter
northward. Meanwhile be devoted his
time to sight seeing with his hostess.
Edith Cortlandt was a woman very
sure of herself in most things. A sit situation
uation situation that might have proved embar embarrassing
rassing embarrassing to one less tactful she accepted
quite as a matter of course, rather en enjoying
joying enjoying the exercise of her influence
and never doubting her power to keep
the friendship on any footing she chose.
Kirk's frank, boyish gratitude for the
favors he had received made it easy
for her to encourage the growth of an
intimacy that she acknowledged
charming, while she sincerely believed
that he would be helped by it. Find Finding
ing Finding him resousive. she deliberately set
herself to please him. She was no
longer brilliant and chilly, but gay.
smiling and unaffected.
Once in a while Cortlandt went with
them, but he was usually uncommuni uncommunicative,
cative, uncommunicative, and they scarcely felt his pres pres-ence.
ence. pres-ence. When he did talk he talked eas easily
ily easily and well.
Several days passed thus, during
whifh Anthony fully recovered from
his experience at Colon. Then a ship
arrived from New York, but before he
had summoned courage to ask his
friends for a loan he received a letter
forwarded from Colon by the Ameri American
can American consul, a perusal of which not only
dumfounded him. but entirely altered
his plans.
It was tvpewritten on nlain station

ery; there wast nHtSVr beading ndr" sig signature.
nature. signature. vi he knew quite well from
whom It came It read as follows:
Don't cable in or the stupidity of the
police may fail to prott-ct you. The others
got away Fafely. and you would be mad
to return alone. I can't and won't help
you now This time you went too far
You have made your bd. now lie in It. 1
don't bel!-ve in miracle?, but if you can

straighten up and make a man of your- :
self TO help you face this trouble, other-
wise don't call on me for anything. I'm
through. (
Kirk reread this amazing epistle sev- j
era I times lefore its full significance
struck him; then, when he realized
what it meant, be felt himself break f
into a sweat of apprehension. That
plain clothes man had died! The po-
lice were looking for him. There could
he no other explanation, else why had
Iliggins and the rest fled the country? ;
Perhaps he was already indicted. Kirk
saw himself accused of manslaughter.
arrested and tried. What could he do
if his father refused to help? Evident Evidently
ly Evidently the governor believed him guilty. In
that case the young man knew that ex- f
planations would be futile. Even the
letter he had sent would do no good. I
When Darwin K. Anthony said he was
through he was through. i
Finding a secluded corner of the ve-
randa. he sat down to think this mat- j
ter out. but the more be reflected on it ;
the more serious it appeared. Of one
thing he became quickly convinced:
New York at present was no place for j
him. He rose quickly and entered the :
hotel, where he bought all the latest
New York papers and found an ac account
count account of Mr. I'adden's efforts to dis disprove
prove disprove his connection with an asault
upon the person of a detective named
Williams, who had come from St.
Louis. Hut nowhere was there a
word about the present condition of
the .-plain clothes man. nor the slightest
hint toward explaining the conduct of
the mysterious Jefferson Iwke. for j
whom he had been searching. Who the
devil was Locke, anyhow? The article j
did not even state the charge upon j
which he was to be arrested. In an another
other another paper Kirk found something
that relieved his mind a bit. Evidently
Williams had not died prior to the
time of going to press, although he
was reported in a critical condition.
One thing was clear, at least. lie
could stay here no longer as the Cort Cort-landts
landts Cort-landts guest he had already incur incurred
red incurred an obligation which he would
have difficulty in discharging.
Conquering his sense of humiliation
as best he could, he called up the Cort Cort-landts
landts Cort-landts suit.
Edith answered saying that her hus husband
band husband was out. Then, in response to
his request, she came down herself.
"What has gone wrong? Why this
face of tragedy?" she inquired as she
seated herself beside him.
"I've received ray declaration of in independence.
dependence. independence. I've heard from my
dad." lie told her everything without
reserve, then showed her the letter
and the newspapers in his hand. She
scrutinized them with a quiet serious seriousness
ness seriousness that seemed to make his trouble
her own. Turning her bright eyes
upon him. she inquired. "How does It
feel to be disinherited?"
"Blamed uncomfortable! I must tell
Mr. Cortlandt at once."
"Let me." she offered, quickly. "I
would not show any oue that letter, if
I were you. nor advertise the fact tbat
you are in danger of arrest. It will
be quite enough if I tell him that you
have quarrelled with your father he
is a peculiar man.
Kirk signified his agreement-
"Now what do you intend doing?"
"I'm going to work."
"Good! Good!" She clapped her
bands gleefully.
"Oh. I don't want to." he protested,
"but the old gentleman thinks I'm no
good, and I'd like to show him he's
wrong. After I've done that. I intend
to loaf again yes. and I'll know how to
loaf by that time. Of course. I'll have
to pay my debts too. I'm going to
hunt a job this afternoon."
"What sortr
"Something with big pay and no
"Those positions are taken by the
army." she laughed. "What can you
"I can take an automobile apart."
"And put it together again?"
"Oh, no! I can sail a boat; I shoot
pretty well; 1 waltz nicely; I. row.
swim aud box indifferently; and I play
an atrocious hand at ioker. Am I
"Dear, no! Experience is a good
thing, of course, and ability is even
better, but neither is absolutely neces necessary
sary necessary in government work, if you have
influence. I am trying to think of the
j niche into which you would lest fit."
"When a fellow hasn't any of those
qualifications, then what? Take me.
for instance."
"You have at least one. Influence.
He sboi.k his head. "Mi father

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'There's not the slightest choice. All
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It would be quite easy if you knew
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"Oh. I do. I've had that drilled into
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"Why In the world didn't yon say
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"Well. I have forgotten most of It,
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