OOALA FLORIDA. THURSDAY. MARCH 12. 19H
JUSTICE IN PERIL
Alleging that Leo Frailk May Xot be
Guilty, tlie Atlanta Journal De Demands
mands Demands that he be Tried
Atlanta, March 12. L. M. Frank
declares that he is more confident of
obtaining a new trial than at any
time since his conviction on the
charge of having murdered Mary
Phagan. An extraordinary motion
for a new hearing of the case will be
filed some time before-April 17, the
date recently set for the -execution.
It is expected about April 7.
Georgia's Greatest Paper Calls for
Atlanta, March 11. "Frank
should have a new trial,'
is the L,.
headline over the only editorial in
the Atlanta Journal yesterday. Th'e
editorial is in type larger than usual
and fills two columns. The Journal
reviews the case and bases it3 con conclusion
clusion conclusion upon the doubt that has
been raised and its assertion that
Frank's trial wa3 not a fair one. In
black type in the midst of the editor editorial
ial editorial the Journal says: "Leo Frank
has not had a fair trial. He has not
been fairly convicted, and his death
without a fair trial and legal con conviction
viction conviction will amount to judicial mur murder."
der." murder." The excitement and feeling preva prevalent
lent prevalent at the time, the Journal says,
made it Impossible for Frank to have
a fair trial, although the jury and
lawyers did their best under the cir circumstances.
cumstances. circumstances. "Frank may be guilty,"
the Journal admits, and then says:
"If he is guilty he will be convicted
again. The majesty of the law cannot
be offended- justice cannot be de-
feated, the feelings of an outraged J
community cannot be further out-i
raged, by according to this man a J
fair and impartial trial." j
In conclusion the Journal urgesj
"let justice be done, though the;
IlIGHTING A WRONG
eiiate lias Passd a Hill to Settle
Claims of Old Soldiers
Washington, March 12. The Sen Senate,
ate, Senate, on motion of Senator Overman
of North Carolina, has passed a res resolution
olution resolution authorizing the United States
treasury to pay to the heirs of Con Confederate
federate Confederate soldiers who served in the
THE NUT CLUB
FOO) BALL UP
' r a
Improved Farms WE are now in our new office Orange Groves
from-20 to 500 MA m M1PT1I MftCMWIA 1 from 5 to 50 Acres
Acres. that will pay
Unimproved Farm Wi& 311 racve Kea?i Ese- from
LaSofTreSto FLORIDA CENTRAL LAND CO. ; onvesCnf
army and in the Military and
jXaval Academies' and who after
wards went over to the Confederate
cause, the amounts due them by the
to the South. The resolution has
not been presented to the House.-
Lee, Jackson, Longstreet, Pickett
ani many of the other famous Con Confederate
federate Confederate generals were in the army
service when the South seceded, and
when they enlisted under the Con Confederate
federate Confederate banners the treasury refus refused
ed refused to pay them whatever amounts
were due them for services render rendered.
ed. rendered. More than twenty-five years ago
the supreme court held that one Wal Walker
ker Walker had a just claim, but this test
case does not seem to have been
made the basis of all the suits which
would have been held valid.
GAVE MURPHY THE GATE
V. I lil I lie
and Three of his Pal
IJouneed from the National
New York, March 12. Charles F.
Murphy, Tammany leader, James E.
Gaffneyv his political ani business
associate, Thomas Darling, former
health commissioner, George V.
Plunkitt, former state senator, have
been declared not members of the
National Democratic Club. They
were read out of the club by the
board of governors for non-payment
of dues. Edward F. O'Dwyer, presi
dent of the club, presided at the
meeting. Thomas F. Smith, secretary
of Tammany Hall, offered a check
covering the amount, but it was re refused.
fused. refused. House for Rent
Six Room Cottage on
South Second St., next
Workmen have just fin finished
ished finished painting and pa papering
pering papering entire inside.
Possession at once.
$20 per month. Apply
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WILL VISIT EUROPE
Mr. Fletcher Invites Other Senators
to Join in Inspection of Foreign
Washington, March 12. A num number
ber number of senators have been invited by
Senator Duncan U. Fletcher of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, president of the Southern Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Congreso, to become mem members
bers members of the American -commission of
civic f leaders, composed approxi approximately
mately approximately of cne hundred delegates
representing the United States, who
will leave -New York on the steam steamship
ship steamship Celtic July 0 next, reaching
London to attend the International
Congress of Municipal Executives
and Civic Leaders, which will con convene
vene convene July 20. and be presided over
by the lord mayor of London.
The price of the tour to each dele delegate
gate delegate will be $700. which provides
for all of the necessary expenses
abroad from the arrival of he
steamship Celtic at Liverpool on July
17, to the departure of the steam steamship
ship steamship Oceanic from Cherbourg Sep September
tember September 2. The steamship passage
for the trip to an-d from Europe will
cost 210. The commission will visit
( England. Belgium. Holland, Ger Ger-j
j Ger-j many, Austria, Hungary, Italy,
J Switzerland and France, and the cost
j of the tour. $700. will include all
! expenses of the trip.
SOUTH DAKOTAXS AUK SOISK
Freight Kates Prevent Them from
! Fating Florida Fruit
' Washington. March 12. The state
of South Dakota, before the inter-
state commerce commission, at at-,
, at-, tacked the" freight rates on oranges,
lemons, limes, grapefruit, kumquats
and pineapples from Florida points
to destinations in South Dakota. The
present rate of S 4.2 cents a hundred!
pounds is declared to b3 excessive.
Blitchton. March 11. Mrs. Joseph
Aiken .Messrs. Boyd Aiken, B. C. and
B. U. Blirch and J. N. Coulter visited
'Mr. James Carlisle, Jr., of Ocala.
motored to Blitchton rriday evening
and was accompanied home by Miss
Minnie Lc-e Carlisle, who spent the
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week end with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. James Carlisle, Sr.
Miss Lula Sanders left Saturday
for Newberry to spend several weeks
Choir practice every Friday even evening
ing evening under the leadership of Mr. J. J.
Harris, of Morriston. Sunday school
at 2:30 "Sunday afternoon, and B. Y.
P. U. at 3:15.
Mr. G. Blitch spent Monday in the
Kipling;'- Nervous Trouble Compels
Him to Live in a Iiess Iligorous
London, March 11. -Rudyard Kip Kipling,
ling, Kipling, rhe famous novelist and poet,
has teen practically exiled from
England by his physicians. He re returned
turned returned from Switzerland about a
fortnight ago, but his physicians
have again sent him away from this
climate, this time to Vernetsles Vernetsles-Bains
Bains Vernetsles-Bains in the Eastern Pyrenees. He
is suffering with a nervous trouble.
He wa3 cured of a similar illness
three years ago at Vernet-les-Bains.
ANSWERED THEIR PRAYERS
WITH COMPOUND INTERSET
Denver. March 12. Hyman Shus Shus-ter
ter Shus-ter prayed for a boy, his wife for a
girl, as a consequence the stork
brought triplets, two boys and a girl.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. Z. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
f America, meets ir Yonge's Hal)
on the second Thursaay evening o!
ach month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
i'-;m- r- ii-ous,, n. i
rV ri T T T"V
Jake Erown. Secretary. Ad. j
j Tuhua LoJe No. 22, Independent j
Or'ier of Oda Fellows, meets ever
7:30 o'clock ( it j
Yonge's Hal!, Fort King avenue. Vis Vis-tors
tors Vis-tors in the city invited to be with us
H. D. Stokes, N. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary. Adv.
Sale continues throughout
week at Mrs. Bostick's.
You Don't Rehearse Your Part.
ak,v i rr Takers Fok os
Ball CEjiL-num- 7
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Of the Terms of a Secret Alliance
Between Mexicans and Japan Japanese
ese Japanese Against Americans
Mexico City, March 12. Japan
and Mexico have negotiated a sec secret
ret secret treaty which binds these two
countries closely together. Japanees
agents, have arranged for the colon colonization
ization colonization of a large section of lower
California by Japanese, the capital
for which is being advanced by Brit British
ish British capitalists to further the aims of
the Japanese in Mexico.
Investigation of the plans of the
company shows that it was formed
ty Baron Takahashi, president of
the Yokohoma Specie Bank, and
Baron Matzu, 'governor of the Bank
of Japan, at Tokio.
The United States government has
been kept informed ot every move
made by Japan and Mexico, includ including
ing including the signing of the secret treaty,
which is relied upon by Mexico to
secure the support of Japan in the
event the United States intervenes
It is reported that the funds for
the colonization in California are
being furnished by Lord Cowdray.
Do not forget the dance. Do not
forget the place. Do not forget the
time and do not forget which bunch
is giving it, at the Masonic hall, Fri Friday
day Friday night, March 13th, given by the
Belleview Social Club the genuine
originators of public dancing in Bell Belleview.
eview. Belleview. Mr. James N. Shedd, justice of the
peace fcr the twenty-first district of
Marion county, on Saturday night,
on March 8th ,at 10:30, had one of
his molars extracted by main force.
I saw it done.
Found An automobile top slip slipcover
cover slipcover on the Lake Weir hard road,
atout three miles from town, by Mr.
James Braithwaite, who lives in the: sale and bazaar of all kinds of con con-little
little con-little house cn the north side of the J traptions, made by the workers, was
road, with big jar gate posts and, pulled off, and lots of people bought
welded Pittsburg fence with a six six-inch
inch six-inch mesh. So if you are the party
that lost this cover, you will know
where to stop to recover same.
Fire is a good servant, but a bad
master, and it asserted its arrogance
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last Friday afternoon when thru a
leak in a defective oil stove it Bet
fire to the small cottage owned by
Mrs. Ellen F. Brush and occupied by
Mrs. Annie Brown. -The house was
burned to the ground; no insurance.
Mrs. Brown lost everything she had
in the world except the clothing she
Master William Fielding came
down from Gainesville last Friday
afternoon and visited with his par parents
ents parents until Sunday, when he returned
to his school duties.
Messrs. Louis and Albert Weihe,
O. M. Gale and J. X. Shedd motored
up to Anthony last Monday to in inspect
spect inspect the new packing house at that
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Cuthbill, who
have been spending the winter at the
Millican cottage, left for the north
Mif. and Mrs. C. P. Dustin, who
have been spending the winter at the
Skinner home, left last Tuesday for
th3ir home in York Beach, Me.
The Family Album held the boards
at the town hall last Tuesday even evening,
ing, evening, showing to a good sized audi audience
ence audience and was well received. Grand Grandma
ma Grandma and Grandpa in the persons ot
Mr. George E. Bailey and Mrs. C. B.
Bates, were the bright stars of the
event, while Mrs. Adam Hafner reel reeled
ed reeled off the story with characteristic
force and eloquence. After the pre presentation
sentation presentation all joined in a grand march
which resolved itself into a cake cake-walk,
walk, cake-walk, and then resolved itself into
something else I do not know what,
for at that point I went home. The
winners of the cake were Mr. G. E.
Bailey and Mrs. C. B. Bates.
Last Monday afternoon a house housekeeping
keeping housekeeping shower was given to Mrs.
Annie Brown, at the residence or
Mrs. John T. Hames. All manner of
household goods and wearing appar apparel
el apparel were donated and to date in the
neighborhood of $100 in cash and;
goods have been raised in this good'
The biggest event in the way of a
supper and sale by the Belleview
workers, was that given last Friday
night. The eating was something
immense. Everyone who came
hungry, went away full, and many
were the remarks praising the fine
cooking that was so bountifully
seryed. After the feed, the annual
things that they never wanted and
some bought things that they did
want, until such time that it was
time to go home. The realization
; stakes for the evening were close to
By F. R. MORGAN
(Copyright, IS 13, Western Kewapaper L'nion )
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Wanna doiM THF NUTCtUB-
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THUIISIAV, MARCH 12, 1914
OCALA OCCURRENCES I
Board of Trade meets tonight.
Moose meet this evening.
'Woodmen meet tomorrow night.
kinds, at The Murray
' Fresh buttermilk daily at Gerig's
Drug Store. 2-7-tf
Mr. A. F. Clark, the Leesburg
photographer, was in town today.
. Sale continues throughout
week at Mrs. Bostick's.
.Messrs. Young and Kirkland of
the big Oklawaha farms were in the
Make your letters look better by
using a Royal typewriter. The Mur Murray
ray Murray Company. 3-12-3t
For bicycle supplies and repairing.
H. H. Meadows, 410 North Orange
, Fresh bread, cakes and pies every
Iay; delivered to any pat of the
city. Heint? Bakery. 12-3l-tf
Do you need office supplies? Any Anything
thing Anything from pins to cabinets, at The
Murray Company. 3-13-3t
Senator J. S. Blitch of Montbrook
spent a few hours in Ocala yester yesterday
day yesterday en route to points further south:
The Valland line of Easter cards
and booklets now on display at The
Messrs. G. G. Maynard and C. H.
"Mathews were passengers on the
City of Ocala this morning for Pa Pa-Iatka.
Iatka. Pa-Iatka. If you want a be-coming. Easter
suit, you want to be-coming to us for
it. Rivers, the Men's Outfitter, Har Harrington
rington Harrington block. 3-ll-3t
Mr. Troy Hall, who has been in
the city for several days, returned
to his still at Wildwood this after afternoon.
St. Margaret's Guild will take or orders
ders orders for cakes, pies, sandwiches and
mayonnaise dressing during Lent.
All kinds of pastry, cakes and
' bread fresh every day. "In quality
we trust not quantity." Carter's
.Bakery, North Main street. l-2C-tf
If you want a be-coming Easter
suit, you want to be-coming to us for
it. Rivers, the Men's Outfitter, Har Harrington
rington Harrington block. 3-ll-3t
If you want a be-coming Easter
suit, you want to be-coming to us for
it. Rivers, the Men's Outfitter, Har Harrington
rington Harrington block. 3-ll-3t
The moon was in partial eclipse
last night, but jbetween the Grand
Lodge and the Orchestra Comique,
very few of our people took any in-,
terest in what was going on in ..the
The baseball boys aro loosening
up. Roy Galloway, put in front of
the lire station the other morning,
piching for practice with "Shorty,"
threw a curved ball that went around
the corner and far up Broadway. It
took quite a many of Shorty's steps
to overtake the bouncing sphere.
Sale continues throughout this
week at Mrs. Bostick's.
Herring in Tomato Sauce
Filet of .Maekrel
English Channel Maekrel
No. 1 Fat Salt Maekrel
Sardines, all kinds
Boneless Smoked Herring
Little Neck Clams
Cod Roe. Shad Roe
D. K. Teapot Grocery
PHONES 16 and 174
DAILY WEATHER REPORT
The following weather report is
furnished the Star every afternoon
by Mr. F. G. B. Weihe, local report reporter
er reporter for the weather bureau operated
by the United States department of
agriculture, showing maximum and
minimum temperature and rainfall
during the twenty-four hours end ending
ing ending at 3 p. m.:
Max. Min. R. F.
March 1 62 47 .00
March 2 56 34 .00
March 3 62 32 .00
March 4 73 39 .00
March 0 72 51 .45
March 6 66 51 .00
March 7 66 42 .00
March 8. 63 38 .04
March 9 60 32 .00
March 10 60 32 .00!
March 11 70 48 .00
March 12 72 58 .00
Cloudy and colder tonight. Proba Probably
bly Probably rain in peninsula. Frost in the
northwest Friday. Fair and colder
in south and central portions.
SPECIAL MEETING OF
THE BOARD OF TRADE
There will be a special and very
important meeting of the Marion
County Board of Trade at' 7'.30
o'clock this, Thursday, evening, at
the Board of Trade rooms. Every
member of the board and every
zen who has the welfare of his city'come to be recognized as an authori authori-and
and authori-and county at heart is not only cor- l-v on the matter covered by it.
dially invited to attend, 'but we wish
to impress upon them the vital im- j PYTHIAN PICTURES
portance of being there. Remember! WILL NOT RE PRODUCER
the time and place, seven-thirty this
evening at the Board of Trade room.
ENTERTAINMENT COMM ITT EE
THANKS AUTO OWNERS
Editor Star: We the committee
wish to express our deepest gratifi gratification,
cation, gratification, appreciation and thanks to all
the owners of automobiles that re responded
sponded responded so liberally this morning
enabling us to give the visiting
brother Knights the delightful ride
to Silver Springs. Another exempli exempli-cation
cation exempli-cation of Ocala's hospitality. Truly
did one of the speakers say yester yesterday:
day: yesterday: "A more hospitable people do
not trod God's footstool." Again and
again, do we express our thanks to
the noble men and women for this
P. V. Leavengood,
J. D. Rooney,
i Entertainment Committee.
The "Royal' window in the Riv Rivers
ers Rivers Haberdashery attracts a great
deal of attention. The display is the
work of that artist in widow dress dressing,
ing, dressing, Mr. Charlie Simpson.
Mr. G. B. Tankersley came up
from Coleman last night to secure a
nurse for Dr. Alsobrook of that
place, who is seriously ill. Miss
Harwell accompanied Mr. Tankers Tankers-ley
ley Tankers-ley to Coleman today to nurse the
The Knights who took the D. O.
lx. K. Hegrees last night are wear
ing real loud smiles today, that is,
thoe who have reported for duty.
The ceremonies lasted rather late
(or rather early) and some of the
boys are still resting from their ex exertions.
ertions. exertions. Services are being held by the
church of the Latter Day Saints in a
tent at the corner of Orange and
South Sixth streets. These meetings
are conducted by Elders W. P. Whit Whit-taker
taker Whit-taker and Edward Leavitt, of Poca Poca-tello,
tello, Poca-tello, Idaho, and the public is invit invited
ed invited to attend.
Messrs. W. M. Ditto, T. H. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, O. B. Howse and T. E. Bridges
composed a fishing party that spent
the day yesterday on Lake Bryant.
They returned late yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon with 111 speckled perch and
trout as the result of their pisca piscatorial
torial piscatorial efforts.
Sale continues throughout
week at Mrs. Bostick's.
Mr. Edward Marshall, an ex-citizen
of Marion, now residing in St.
Augustine, has been sick, but has re recovered.
covered. recovered. He was able to take part
in the water sports at the "Arcazar
' On inquiring of one of the newly
created Knights of Khorassan, who
was initiated last night if he could
walk fluently this morning, he
grinned somewhat' dolefully and said
the only way he could be really com comfortable
fortable comfortable was to stay on his feet.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Wood row Company
Merchant's Block, Ocala
HOARD OF TRADE
MEETS THIS EVENING
Many Important Affairs Demand
Full Attendance tind Careful
The Board of Trade will meet
this evening. On account of var various
ious various matters, the last meeting for
February was passed, and much bus business
iness business has stacked up. The board of
governors and secretary have some
important matters to submit to the
board, and bespeak a large attend attendance.
ance. attendance. OCALA SHOULD BE
Mr. Pat Murphy, publisher of the
Murphy Official Railroad Guide of
Florida, Nassau and Cuba, was a
pleasant caller at the Star office yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon.
He says that Ocala is the logical
city for the state's capital, located as
it is in the geographical center as
well as the center of population. His
remark about the matter was also
accompanied by the statement that
he was not in politics and was not
handing out anything for political
He says Ocala is the most access!
ble point in the state for the holding
of conventions and should be recog recognized
nized recognized by every organization having
in view the accommodation of the
greatest number of its members
when a state wide meeting is to be
Mr. Murphy is on his annual tour
of the state gathering data for the
citi-lnext editio of hs Guide, which h
The Damon and Pythias pictures
announced to 'be shown at the Tem Temple
ple Temple tonight will not be produced, it
being impossible to secure the vslides
AN ENVIABLE ASSET
Ocala is entertaining the grand
lodge of the Knights of Pythias this
week. Ocala has a fame for hospi hospitality
tality hospitality which will be sustained on this
occasion. It might be added by way
of parenthesis that it is good for a
town to achieve such a name. Or Orlando
lando Orlando Sentinel.
THE DAYLIGHT ROUTE IS BUSY
Mr. C. Carmichael's City of Ocala,
the daylight boat, is busy and doing
a nice business, carrying tourists
each way. Coming in Monday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from Palatka the City of
Ocala brought 32 passengers. Re Returning
turning Returning Tuesday morning she car carried
ried carried 44 passengers from here; com coming
ing coming back Wednesday afternoon with
32, and left this morning from the
springs with 30. This boat makes
the entire trip in daylight and the
tourists appreciate this fact.
Mr. George W. Martin, after a few
days visit with his family here, went
out on the road again yesterday.
"Tex" is an old K. of P., and re regretted
gretted regretted that business kept him from
remaining long enough to see all the
grand lodge proceedings.
Mr. George McGahagin of Sanford
was in the city yesterday shaking
hands with his host of Ocala friends.
He now has a position with the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line as conductor, which
he surrendered some years ago to
enter into other lines of business.
However, the call of the rail was too
constant and he is again in railroad
Among the visiting members of
the Jacksonville Temple D. O. K. K.
who "operated" on the fresh ones
last night was Mr. Israel Sherouse,
who many years ago was a composi compositor
tor compositor on the Ocala "Capitol" a morn morning
ing morning daily paper. Joe, (as for some
reason or other is called by all who
know him) is at present connected
with the mechanical department of
the Jacksonville Metropolis.
The occasion of Mr. E. M. How Howard's
ard's Howard's trip to Lake county yesterday
was to meet the county commission commissioners
ers commissioners and other citizens from Polk and
inspect a piece of road in Eustis.
The particular piece runs in front of
the Oklawaha Inn and was built
over a year ago out of a mixture of
sand, cement and oil and its dura durability
bility durability has caused officials from other
counties to inspect it with the view
of copying it in their counties. Mr.
Howard is a property owner in Polk
and with the citizens from that
county yesterday decided that no
better model could be had for build building
ing building public highways.
Little Willie Veal, who was so se severely
verely severely burned at his Cotton Plant
home Monday, is resting easy, but
the attending physicians have not
much hope of his recovery. He is at
the home of Mr. M. L. Reynolds.
On such matters as a purchase, an investment, an extension of credit,
or the management of a business, a good banker is competent to give
good, sound advice that's his business.
We are willing and anxious to advise our customers at any time.
COLLEGE FOR OCALA
Prof. G. W. Land, president jof the
Palatka Business College, is a visitor
in the city today, looking over the
field with a view of establishing a
business college here. The Palatka
school was started a little over a
year ago and has met with phenom phenomenal
enal phenomenal success. Prof. Land is an edu edu-cator
cator edu-cator of wide experience, and has as associated
sociated associated with him a corps of compe competent
tent competent instructors, and if he decides to
open a college in this city will no
doubt meet with the same success
as has crowned his efforts in Palatka.
Mr. Land is now arranging for the
erection of an elegant college build building
ing building in the Gem City to meet the
needs of his rapidly growing school.
In addition to the regular buisness
and stenographic courses, the Palat Palatka
ka Palatka school is giving instrucions in
wireless telegraphy, and has recently
inaugurated a high school course.
He is very favorably impressed
with the conditions here and will no
doubt immediately take up the work
of establishing a college.
Mr. Land returned to Palatka to today
day today and will return in a few days to
demonstrate his methods of work
to all who may be interested in
them. Any information on the sub subject
ject subject of the proposed college may be
obtained by addressing the secretary
of the Marion County Board of
Trade in this city.'
Mrs. Baxter Morrison of Inver Inverness,
ness, Inverness, who has been suffering from
appendicitis and complications, w;as
operated on at the hospital this
morning. Her attending physicians
consider her condition very favora favorable.
ble. favorable. Mrs. Dickens was brought from
Gainesville today and placed in the
hospital for treatment.
Mr. Warren Smith, who has been
in inmate of the hospital for the
past week suffering with typhoid fev fever,
er, fever, is getting along nicely.
LEAGUE SOCIAL POSTPONED
The Epworth League social, which
was to have been given Friday of
this week, has been postponed until
Friday of next week.
MILLINERY SALE STILL ON
The special prices on spring mil millinery
linery millinery at the Bostick Millinery Par Parlors
lors Parlors in the Ocala House black are
still on and will continue until Sat Saturday
urday Saturday evening, March 14th. This is
an opportunity to get the very latest
in spring millinery at very low prices.
3-9-6t Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick.
OCALA WATER FRONT NOTES
The following notes of interest
were furnished us by our reporter in
the east end of the city, where our
municipal docks are located:
The yacht "Illinois," Captain Bak Baker,
er, Baker, arrived at the springs Tuesday
afternoon from Eustis with a party
of tourists, sailing on the return
voyage Wednesday afternoon.
The handsome little yacht "Dix "Dixie,"
ie," "Dixie," Captain Bennett, brought in
quite a large party of tourists from
the Eustis section Wednesday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The return trip was made
via Mount Dora and other points on
the inland lake route through the
Captain F. A. Watson's trim yacht
the "Coquina," was also among the
arrivals at the Ocala east end docks
Wednesday. The passengers spent
several hours very pleasantly in inspecting
specting inspecting the many interesting sights
at the springs and returned by moon moonlight
light moonlight to the upper river points.
The docks were considerably en enlivened
livened enlivened this morning by several hun hundred
dred hundred members of the grand lodge K.
of P. now in session in the city,
who came over in automobiles to see
the beauties of the springs.
Tampa Times, 11th: Alburtus
Vogt. known for years as the Duke
of Dunnellon, did not appear in fed federal
eral federal court this morning to answer to
Ocala National Bank.
Capital and Surplus, $85,000.00.
ACTIVE U. S. DEPOSITARY.
REAL s. FALSE 'Economy at This Time.
Resist the mental suggestion to curtain your regular taking of
ice until "the weather turns warm again. Your refrigerator is
going nicely now; it is welL'jcbilled and it is -doing fuU duty as
your practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a UtthbU it may sulk on you all tne
remainder of the season. JyMJ5-'
Maintain your regular supply .of JD UR ICE aU through the season.
That is the way to save on your ice biU.
OCALA ICE PACKING CO
Choice off 5 Tomuriistl TraimsA
Nortth and Wesi
'DIXIE FLYER" "SEMINOLE LIMITED" "DIXIE LIMITED"
, "SOUTH ATLANTIC LIMITED" "MONTGOMERY ROUTE"
AT LMOTH dCO AST LD INE
STANDARD RAILROAD OP THE SOUTH
Pullman Cars Jacksonville to Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Louis
ville, Indianapolis, Cleveland Grand Rapids and intermediate points.
DINING AXi? -OR SERVATION CARS
For tickets and information ca II on Atlantic Coast Line tick it
agents, or J. G. KIRKLAND:dTP.' A. Tampa, Fla., II illsboro Hotel.
We are equipped with the Latest, Largest, Best Vulcanizing
plant in Central Florida. Any sized tire handled at one time.
AR work Guaranteed to lie First-Class.
Bring us your Casings and Tubes to be Vulcanized.
Worn out tires and tubes ought"
and FIRESTONE TIRES
of all sizes and rims, always in stock
DAVIES, The Tire Man
Phone 438, OCALA, FLORIDA Main St., near Postofflce,
"The Old House Under New Management."
Thirty Bath Rooms.
Running Water in EVERY Room.
Rates: $1 and $1.50 Per Day.
You will like this hefuse now, and you will
be treated right here: f j
$12,000 now being spent on improving the
Under same management as Keystone Hotel,
LOUIS N. LONG, Manager, Aa
the charge made against him that he
had impersonated an officer of the
United States. In consequence Judge
Sheppard ordered his bond of $500
to be estreated and his bondsmen
will have to make good on his failure
to be present in court. The indict indictment
ment indictment charges Vogt with impersonat impersonating
ing impersonating a United States surveyor and the
case was worked up by the depart department
ment department of the interior.
OPEN DAY A.D IGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meal3 a la carte and lunches
et any hour. Adv.
DRIVING THE WOLVES
FROM THEIR DOORS
Dunkirk, X. Y., March 12. Hun Hunger
ger Hunger has driven many wolves into the
outskirts of the city. The schools
are closed. Citizens are carrying
rifles for protection.
DR. W. K. LANE Specialist, Ey
Car, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Jbrary Building. Ocala AdTi-;-
MMA IKE 1
SEAROARD AIR LINK SCHEDULE
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a,
m.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited leaves Jacksonville
11:20 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p.
m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 local leaves Tampa 8 a. m.;
arrives Ocala, 12:01 a. m.; leaves
Ocala 12:16 p. m.; arrives Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 4:20 p. m."
No. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p. V
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. m. f
WORLD ALMANACS FOR 1014
World Almanacs at Ballard's, 35
cents each. 1-29-tf
OCA LA WEEKLY STAR, THIKSOAV, MARCH 12, 1914
I A New Departure f
Invites you to call or write, and let us explain
Coupon Certificate of Deposit
These Certificates of Deposit bear inierest at the
PITH I A X I KLI i iKItATIOXS
ARE .NOW I.N PROGRESS
Several Citie are Candidate for the
Xevt C rain Lodge Se-.ifni
The twenty-ninth annual session
of the Grand Lodge of Florida
Knights of Pythias was called to
order at noon yesterday by Grand
Chancellor W. J. Sears of Kisim Kisim-mee.
mee. Kisim-mee. A committee on credentials was
SESSIONS OF THE
X until l
The eleventh annual meeting of
the Grand Temple of Florida met at
Yonke's hall Wednesday morning at
ll o'clock. The following grand of-
Seers were present: i
Grand chief, Mrs. Rebecca Tur-I
ner; grand senior, Mrs. Jennie ;
Cahn: grand junior, Mrs. Linton E.
Curry; grand manager, Mrs. Iva Col Collins;
lins; Collins; grand mistress of records and
Looks a man in the face
several times somtimes
But you may not be that man.
Don'ft Delay I fid S ffiJs!
aftr the other man has used his and bought.
tanen correspondence, Mrs. Hattie von
And have interest Coupons Attached which can
be cashed Anywhere.
We also call attention to our
Special Savings Department
Interest 4 per cent Compounded Quarterly
No Account too Large, None too Small
GEO. J. HUTCH, President
W. If. McllAIXKY,
O. C. STILES, Jr.,
W. V. WHEELER,
IS. C. WEIJI5, Chairman of the Board.
appointed and adjournment
oU p. m. sRnspn: pranH m5trf5 rf finanip
Report of credentials committee j Mrs. Sarah Frank; grand protector,
was received at afternoon session,!
and the grand lodge degree conferr
ed on about fifty delegates.
A report from the committee ap appointed
pointed appointed at last session to revise the
state constitution to conform to the
supreme lodge laws was received
Lodge then adjourned to meet at
9:30 this forenoon.
Several cities are in the race
for the next annual meeting and the nRebeeca Turner
boosters for their respective com communities
munities communities are busy in and out of the
lodge presenting their superior
claims. The Palatka delegation is
armed with a handsome streamer
post card showing the beauties of
that city. These are being circulat circulated
ed circulated among the delegates present. The
three cities most prominent in the
race for the 1915 meeting seem to
be Key West, Palatka and Lake Lakeland.
land. Lakeland. Others will probably show up
before the time arrives for fixing
the place of next session.
jm&j 1 1
HTiDB Wiriwcj, aKI folk
MRS. GOODCOOK: x
JUST LOOK AT THE OLD. WORX COOKING VTEXSILS
YOU HAVE IX YOUR KITCHEN', THEX COME AND LOOK AT
THE BRAXI) XEW OXES WE HAVE IX OUR STORE.
A LITTLE MONEY WILL BUY A BIG LOT OF XEW,
IMPROVED KITCHEN" UTEXSILS, WHICH WILL SAVE YOU
MANY, MANY STEPS A XI) TROUBLES AXI MAKE COOK COOKING
ING COOKING A DELIGHT.
MARION HARDWARE GO.
I OCALA, FLORIDA
This Morning's Proceedings
Document No. 2o. being a resolu resolution
tion resolution to amend the constitution of the
Grand Lodge of Florida fixing a per permanent
manent permanent meeting place and building a
home, was defeated; this question in
one shape or another has come before
the Grand Lodge for the past ten or
fifteen years. A committee of three
at the Grand Lodge meeting in Kiss Kiss-immee
immee Kiss-immee 1913, appointed a committee
of three to investigate the matter as
to its feasibility and to recommend
a permanent meeting place, the com committee
mittee committee recommended that a perma permanent
nent permanent home be established in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, but failed of adoption.
At the hour of adjournment the
question of building a home fcr or orphans
phans orphans and indigent Pythians was be before
fore before the lodge, and will likely be de debated
bated debated until the middle of the after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. After this question is settled
very little else of importance is to
come before the Grand Lodge other
than the election of officers and nam naming
ing naming the meeting place for 1915; there
being several invitations from var-
cities for the Grand
with them, among which are' Palatka.
The following representatives and
past chiefs were also present: Mes Mes-dames
dames Mes-dames Hattie Bethel, Daisy DeLong,
Suse Green, Minnie Jernigan, Carrie
Davidson, Mae Chase, Eva Holmes,
Mollie Denham, Omelia Oliver,
Maud Thomas, Martha Leak. Miss
The afternoon session was called
to order by the grand chief, Mrs.
The following re
ports were read: Reports of the
grand chief, Mrs. Rebecca Turner,
the grand mistress of records and
correspondence, Mrs. Hattie von
Rosen, and of the grand mistress of
finance, Mrs. Sarah Frank. The re report
port report of the state organizer, Mrs. Jen Jennie
nie Jennie R. Brown, was also read. These
reports show an increase of member membership
ship membership for the past year and good
work done in all the temples.
WISH TO ORGANIZE
A PYTHIAN" TEMPLE
Mrs. Jennie R. Brown would be
pleased to meet the Knights of
Ocala Lodge No. 19, and the lady
members of their families, at the
hall of Pythian Sisters' headquarters
this evening at 7:30, with a view of
organizing a Pythian Sister Temple.
PYTHIANS HAD A
MOST COMICAL PARADE
i. i ious towns and
L,oage to noiu its
, Just about the funniest parade
ever seen on the public square of
Ocala was that given by the Knights
of Pythias Wednesday afternoon.
It was headed by Past Chancellor
Tompkins of Ocala and Grand Outer
Guard W. J. Williams of Milton, on
horseback. Afiter them came -the
Knights of the Uniform Rank and
then the Knights of Khorassan in
their striking costumes. Following
these were dragged in chains the
tyros doomed to walk across the
burning sands, all wearing peniten penitential
tial penitential suits and saddened countenanc countenances.
es. countenances. After theee were various wild
animals and their keepers, which
last were not always able to keep the
tierce beasts from attacking the
14 acres on Silver Springs road, good
dwelling and good well
52 acres on Lemon Avenue, cleared and fenced.
Business site on Exposition Street. $1fQ00
Two Lots in Second Ward, near Camp Heights.
I Merchant's Block Ocala, Florida
Lakeland, Key West and Tampa. No spectators.
great amount of business claimed the Marching around the square and
attention of this session. The com-j adjacent streets, the procession wa3
mittee appointed a year ago to amend
the Grand Lodge constitution and
statutes to conform to the Supreme
Lodge laws, made its report and the
same was adopted.
There is considerable rivalry for
the office of grand outer guard, as
the custom has prevailed for a num number
ber number oj years that all other officers of
the Grand Lodge with the exception
of the grand keeper of records and
seal and grand master of exchequer,
have been promotion one station,
leaving the grand outer guard the
only new officer to be elected. Prom Prominent
inent Prominent among the candidates for the
office of grand outer guard, are men mentioned
tioned mentioned W. L. Straub of St. Petersburg,
uMr. Lucas of Palatka and Wm. M.
Gober of Ocala. Mr. Gober's friends
are putting up a hard fight for him
with the chances in their favor.
Other candidates are likely to de develop
velop develop before the election is gone
The present indications are that
the Grand Lodge will complete its
work and adjourn late thi after afternoon
noon afternoon or early this evening. Howev However
er However many of the Knights will remain
over until the trains tomorrow.
The Management of DR. McClANE
Medical. Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger quarters, more fully equipped and will be run
strictly ethical lints.
HOURS: 9 A. M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 337
GOOD ROADS ASSOCIATION
admired by assembled hundreds, but
there was danger as well as amuse amusement
ment amusement in the display, for the semi semi-savages
savages semi-savages guarding he tyros saw a
jimsavage on the sidewalk, and pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded to kidnap him, in spite of the
protests of his friends and weeping
relatives. The same dreadful fate
befell Frank Wetherbee. and when
Marshal Briganoe tried to interfere
with these high-handed proceedings,
he also was bound and dragged
along. There seemed no protection
against the barbarians short of call calling
ing calling out the militia.
After a march that was triumph triumphant
ant triumphant for the captors and long and
weary for the captured, the 'proces 'procession
sion 'procession reached the M. & C. Bank cor corner.
ner. corner. Here, Marshal Brigance, chaf chafing
ing chafing at the indignity put upon him,
finally bit his chain in two, and pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded to put his chief tormentor
under arrest. The other barbarians
flocked to the rescue; swords and
guns nashed, and the crowd waited
with baited breath as Sunnyjim put
up a $10 bond to see if the money
was genuine or not.
At this point it was discovered
that the Knights and the marshal
had worked off .n ante-April fool on
the assemblage. and everybody
laughed and went to supper.
WE ARE HEADQUARTERS
FOR TALKING MACHINES
AS GLAD EASTER DRAWS NIGH THINK OF THE DE DELIGHT
LIGHT DELIGHT MUSIC WILL BRING INTO YOUR HOME AND TO
YOURSELF AND COME IN AND GET A NEW MUSICAL IN INSTRUMENT,
STRUMENT, INSTRUMENT, WE HAVE ALL KINDS OF INSTRUMENTS. THE MAK MAKERS
ERS MAKERS OF OUR INRTRUMENTS ARE NOTED FOR NOT ONLY
MAKING BEAUTIFUL. DESIGNS, BUT ALSO THOSE WHICH
POSSESS PURITY AND RESONANCE OF TONE.
WE HAVE INSTRUMENTS MODERATE IN PRICE.
A. E. BURNETT
I COOL SPELL SUGGESTIONS.
Come wind, come snow, let Boreas blow, with robes like these
your body will glow. We have the largest and most up-to-date
and down-to-the-minute line of laprobes for auto and buggy that
was ever brougnt to this part of Florida. We have overstocked
our store in them, and our greed in buying will be your gala 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 protection
tection protection better than insurance and doctors.
Knisjlhttt k Lang
I ; i I
The annual meeting of the associa association
tion association will be held in Gainesville. Fla..
Thursday and Friday, Avril th and
1 0 th.
last year, we ar still
a nve ana rea.iy to r.uiKe new mans
for the future welfare of F'oriia and
the improvement or her roads.
Good roads legislation, providing
for a state highway commission and
permanent roads for Florid?, will be
discussed by practical road engineers
and builders. The n-fJs of laying a
system of network of roais in each
SHOWING THE PYTHIAN
i VISITORS THE Sid UTS
Marion County Abstract Company
GRAHAM BROTHERS. Lessees,
First consideration and especial attention given to small tmcts.
county will receive
Samples of road
Florida needs ern;a:ien:
and the question is: "What
most economical kind
A hearty invitation
all county commissioners to be pres present
ent present to confer with us.
A proposition is being considered
to have the state chamber of com commerce
merce commerce meet with us.
A. B. Dunning, Secretary.
material will be
is extended to
aul fifty of
About one hunirel
the visiting Kniahts oi
Pythian Sisters were takn to Silver
Springs this morning in automobiles
placed at their disposal by the Ocala
The guests were also given auto
rides over a number of our hard
roads into various sections of the
county until time for the morning
session or tne granj lodge. i ne j
seemed delighted at what they saw j
on their short trip, and many de-j
clarei their intention of prolonging j
their stay in order that they may
see mord of our section. j
The arrangements for showing I
the Knights the beauties of the.
springs were carried out witnout a
hitch by Messrs. W. M. Gober. J. D.
Roonev and Charles Goddard.
in auto repairing requires thorough
skill. Send your car here where skill
is assured. We don't have to take
the entire machine apart to find out
what is the matter. We know at a
glance what is wrong and we right it
as quickly and thor "ghly as can
possibly be done. Make us prove it.
17 N. Main St.
Valland lines of beautiful Easter
cards and booklets at The Murray
FRESH EGGS THAT ARE FRESH
EVERY ONE GUARANTEED.
Call Phone lOS.
W. H. MARSH
Read Our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. lor your wants
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1914
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
RITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
K. II. Carroll, GeMerM Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.
I committee. Mr. Johnson is known j
I i n i-orT r.Annti' rf t a ctot a on hoc
added great strength and influence
to the work. Ihe state manager is
.Mr. H. H. Richardson, who was for
1 many years the secretary of the
Jacksonville board of trade, one of
i the largest commercial organizations
ing- resided in Florida for the past
29 years he is well fitted to answer
all inquiries regarding the oppor opportunities
tunities opportunities in the state. The Florida
department is located at 703 Florida
Life building, Jacksonville, Fla.
One year, in advance $5.00
tlx months, in advance.... 2.5ft
Three months, in advance. 1.25
One month, n advance 50
One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance.... 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance SO
Air. S. J. Hilburn, of Palatka, past would
grand chancellor commander, K. of
P., is a distinguished visitor to the
grand lodge meetings.
Among the prominent Floridians
in attendance at the K. of P. grand
lodge are Mayor W. B. Whitfield and
Dr. Charles D. Allen of Palmetto.
Wonder if those funny little tas tassels
sels tassels which the ladies are wearing on
the eventualities of their cloaks fore foreshadow
shadow foreshadow a return of fashion to the
arboreal type of three or four' hun hundred
dred hundred thousand years ago?
soon cover the gash with
bark. In many if not most in instances
stances instances of tree trimming in this city,
the branches are lopped carelessly,
leaving an unsightly snag, which is
not only ugly but causes rotten wood
to penetrate the tree.
A XX UAL. REPORT OF THE
Palatka boosters are plugging for
the next meeting of the grand, lodge.
The Gem Cityites are distributing
neatly printed cards, bearing the in inscription,
scription, inscription, "Vote for Palatka, Grand
Lodge meeting, 1915." Our sister
city has a reputation for hospitality
and would no doubt maintain its
reputation in entertaining the K. of
We see by the dispatches that a
company is digging for oil near Kis Kis-simmee.
simmee. Kis-simmee. TnfS is a hole in the
.-ground nearl'hnell, which the
said company can liave if it can use
it, and will haul it away. Some
Ocala people poured money in the
aforesaid hole and v are not selfish
yiough to object to other people get-
tinx. oil out of it.
The Star is very glad to see he
Atlanta journal, the leading paper
of that city, and one of the foremost
in the .South, taking the lead in de demanding
manding demanding a new trial for Leo Frank.
It has never seemed to the Star that
Frank had a fair trial, tho not be
ing on the ground, it did not feel it itself
self itself competent to criticise the pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings very sharply
The Knights of Pythias now visit visiting
ing visiting Ocala are a fine body of men.
The K. of P. is one of the three
greatest fraternal orders in the
world. As a general thing, it takes
something more than an average
good man to obtain admission to a
lodge of any one of these orders,
and the lodges always send their
best nfen to the meetings of the
grand lodges. So it is no exaggera exaggeration
tion exaggeration to say that the cream of the
citizenry of Florida is with us.
The Star takes great pleasure in
printing the following report of the
Marion County Hospital Association.
This association in the past few
years has done a great work for our
city and county, and for humanity in
general. Since its last meeting, the
hospital has removed from the out-of-date
building, in which noble
work nas oeen done in spite of in
adequate equipment, into a structure
wljich is a credit to our city, and
which our people should take a pride
As will be seen by the report, the
business affairs of the hospital are
in good shape, and the men who with
wisdom and self-sacrifice have car carried
ried carried on the work for years are con
tinued in their positions. The report
A bank must be liberal to be of worth to a community, it
must.be conservative to. hold the .confidence of the people.
This bank succeeded from the beginning, its founders are
still its 'active officers. It has grown from an humble be beginning
ginning beginning to the largest bank in Marion County.- Its name
has become a synonym of liberal conservatism.
W e invite new business.
woe $i Ofcmbiiss
' Wf lurnQPRR ATE D
"THE BEST IN BANKING."
Everybody admired the special
curtain used at the Temple theater
during the Chautauqua meetings. Its
cebterpiece was a fine picture of Sil
ver Springs after the electric rail railway
way railway has been built to the springs
andj the municipal docks constructed.
Aswill be seen by the illustration,
the work on the docks will be done
in a manner that will leave the build builders
ers builders of the pyramids nothing to make
disparaging remarks about. The in
flow of commerce is represented by
the masts and yards of several large
sailing vessels looming up beyond
Mr. Walter B. Merck is represent representing
ing representing the Eustis lodge Knights of Py--thias
at the grand lodge. He was
some years ago connected with the
Ocala Wagon Works, but left us to
take up his residence in beautiful
JSustis, where he has been very suc successful
cessful successful in a business way. He is now
general manager of the Lake County
Telephone Company with headquar headquarters
ters headquarters in Eustis.
The Star is always desolated to
find itself disagreeing with the Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Times:, therefore it invites the
Times to join it in opposing the
amendment to abolish the county
treasurer's office. The Star has con considered
sidered considered the amendment carefully
and observed the workings of the
said office at close range; and is
forced into the conclusion, that to
abolish it would be dime-wise, dollar-foolish
General X. B. Forrest was one of
the Confederacy's greatest generals.
He was to the Lost Cause what both
Marion and Sumter were to the Rev-
olution, combining the craft of one
with the headlong daring of the
other. His son,' Nathan Bradford
Forrest, Jr., adjutant general of the
Sons of Confederate Veterans, will
be in Ocala Saturday afternoon, and
Saturday evening will organize a
camp of the order. All should meet
and do honor to this distinguished
ine .Mexican Doraer nas oeen a
paradise for bad characters ever
since Texas seceded from Mexico
Because a man lives on the Ameri American
can American side of it is no proof that he is
an American, or vice versa. In fact,
any man who lives on the Rio
Grande, except in the few small cit cities
ies cities scattered along it, is likely to
be a man who needs to keep an in international
ternational international border line handy. This
fact, which is not so well known to
a majority of the people as toarmy
and government officials, has much
to do with the administration's fail failure
ure failure to throw a fit over the Vergera
Charlie Murphy, who has been
fired out of the National Democratic
Club, ostensibly for non-payment .of
dues, but really because he is per persona
sona persona non grata, says he will not ask
for readmission, but will invest the
$30 a year in real estate. Charlie
shows sense sometimes. If he tried
to be reinstated, there probably
would not be enough black balls to
Mr. E. T. Holmes, one of the Mi Miami
ami Miami representatives at the K. of P.
grand lodge session, says that the
frost which struck his section sev several
eral several days ago, also did considerable
damage on the lower East Coast. He
sajs, though, there are several very
large growers on lower Biscayne bay
who escaped entirely and their crops
of tomatoes will make them fortunes
during the coming few weeks. Mr.
Holmes says that the growing of
limes in his section has become a
big industry, and he is planting trees
as rapidly as possible.
A prominent citizen calls the
Star's attention to the-careless way
in which the trees on the streets are
trimmed, the men who attend to the
Vcark in many instances either not
knowing or caring how the work
s&onld he done. In cutting off a
snperflous limb, the cut should be
made even with the tree, which
The Florida department of the
Southern Settlement and Develop Development
ment Development Organization was organized at
Gainesville in August last. Mr. M.
D. Johnson, the well known presi president
dent president of the Florida Life Insurance
Company, is the head officer of the
department, occupying the position
of chairman of the state finance
J. E. CHACE
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
F. BLA T.OCK
Office Over Commercial Bank
J E FRAMPTON
formerly of Lamar, Mo., is
now located in Ocala. Expert
work guaranteed. References
given. Call or address, 229
Dangherty St., Ocala Fla.
Annunciator system .
Insurance on building.
From patients ...$4,634.79
Bonds sold 8,150.00
Sanford Herald: The Florida
board of health is again to take up
its crusade against the hook-worm
in the state and will combine with it
a fight against typhoid fever, accord according
ing according to Dr. Oliver J. Miller. Physic Physicians
ians Physicians have been employed to begin
the work of educating the people
against both diseases and they will
go into every community of the state
and give demonstrations, and where
necessary will treat the disease. The
board has also made an offer to give
free typhoid vaccination to all indi indigent
gent indigent persons and for others the ser serum
um serum will be supplied at actual cost.
The board decided agains the propo propo-sition
sition propo-sition of erecting a tuberculosis sani sanitarium
tarium sanitarium for the reason that such an
institution would be filled with in indigent
digent indigent persons from all over the
United States and many would be
attracted here with the hope of be being
ing being cured. To handle this disease,
however, the board will employ nurs nurses
es nurses and physicians to tour the state
in the interests of an educational
campaign, in which patients and
their relatives will be instructed how
to handle the disease and fresh air
urged upon all.
Bal. on hand Dec. 31, '13 $ 759.84
Ocala Lumber & Supply Com Company
pany Company $ 68.00
Hospital Supply Co., furni furniture
ture furniture ; 839.55
H. D. Dougherty & Co., furni furniture
ture furniture 239.56
Rheinauer & Co., bedding,
etc s . 297.S8
Mclver & MacKay, furniture. 205.02
Mclver & MacKay, building, 2,830.00
Expenses Marion County Hospital
Association for the year ending Dec.
Mclver & M'Kay on account
of furniture $ 66.50
Rheinauer & Co., on account
bedding and linen..... 88.71
Plumbing and gas fitting... 30.34
Drugs and medicines 85.69
Stationery pub. pamphlet
and notices S3. 60
Water bill 27.92
On acct. of fire insurance... 200.39
Salaries, supt. and student
Electric light globes for new
Interest on bonds 87.50
Rent, old building 175.00
Freight and drayage on new new-furniture
furniture new-furniture . 97.25
Sundries i 45.14
Petty cash, supt. including
wages, cook, laundress,
'beef bill, fruits and veg. .1,205.00
Telephone 2 6.70
Supplies, including rubber
goods, dressings and in instruments
struments instruments 224.91
Fuel . 92.65
Window boxes for student
Interest on X-ray machine. 4 0.00
Corps of Administration
Superintendent, Mary C. Marshall;
Student-nurses: Mattie Phillips, Lola
Pope, Minnie Stevens, Rowena Chap Chap-pel,
pel, Chap-pel, Miss Mobley.
Patients on hand January 1, 1913,
12; admitted during the year, 234;
on hand December 31, 7; discharged
cured,174; discharge improved, 31;
discharged unimproved, 6; for diag diagnosis
nosis diagnosis only, 5; deaths 23; total 239.
Number of contributing members
of the association, 52; subscribers to
B. A. Weathers. Clarence Camp
and J. M. Meffert.
Accepted building on March 6th,
Board of managers re-elected at
the meeting March 10th 1914:
T. T. Monroe, president; J. E.
Chase, secretary; Ben. Rheinauer,
treasurer; D. S. Woodrow, C. Carmi-chael.
THE NEW TEXAS
Savannah News: Tomorrow the
largest, most powerful and fastest
battleship that -ever flew the Ameri American
can American flag will go into commission. The
Texas takes the name of the old ves vessel
sel vessel that was in the battle of Santiago
Bay and that later was shot to pieces
under the name of San Marcos. The Theoretically
oretically Theoretically she could sink any other
American ship in a stand-up fight.
She is the "Skeered-e'-Nuthin' of
which Congress talkpd when Eng England
land England began to build dreadnoughts.
Even the "little navy" men can sure surely
ly surely feel a thrill of pride in merely
reading a description of this new
monster of the seas, of her ten great
guns, her tripple hull, her cruiser cruiser-like
like cruiser-like lines and the rapid pace she sets
under the cunning hands of her en engineers
gineers engineers and firemen far below her
water line. The warlike might wish
to see her put to the supreme test of
battle, were it not for the terrible
things that would be part of such a
test. Peace lovers see in her, no
doubt, a new guarantee of continued
peace, a new reason why no other
nation would be over-quick toN attack
the United States.
Won't you get busy and give all
your -.time from your school duties
you can spare in aiding and co cooperating
operating cooperating with the good women of
the civic committee of the Woman's
Club during this week, which is
clean-up week. Rally now, and do
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.
Bunyan Stephens, Scout Com.
NOTICE TO PATRONS OF
THE OCALA HEIGHTS DAIRY
Our drivers have instructions to
leave no milk unless bottles and
tickets are put out where they can
get them, so be sure you have com complied
plied complied with this rule. The driver must
account for all milk delivered and
the tickets are his only record.
OCALA HEIGHTS DAIRY,
3-9-6t A. M. Flannery, Mgr.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Loage No. 19. Conventions
Held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
astle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore.. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. M. Goher, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
MARION-DUXN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, B ufc
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each moth at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
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THE OCALA EVENING ST An, THl'RSDAY, MARCH 12, 1914
WENT TO THEIR DEATH
ANIMAL TRAGEDY IN THE HIMA HIMALAYAN
LAYAN HIMALAYAN WILDS.
Herd Obediently Followed Its Lord
and Master as It Had Been Ac Accustomed,
customed, Accustomed, With Instant, Un Unquestioning
questioning Unquestioning Obedience.
The cruel and savage side of na nature
ture nature gives F. St. Mars the theme for
some of the most readable stories of
natural history that have appeared in
a long time. A tragedy of the wild is
"Magnificent of the Steeps." a story
of the wonderful takins, the goatlike
antelopes of the eastern Himalayas.
It is told in "On Nature's Trail." The
bull takin has led his herd of three
cows and two young through adven adventures
tures adventures with a snow leopard, with wild
dogs and bears, always demanding
and always being accorded, so strict
and cruel is herd law, absolute, un unquestioning,
questioning, unquestioning, unhesitating obedience.
Finally the takin herd met a hunter.
The herd escaped. But the hunter was
no ordinary hunter. He was "an
American of long experience, one who
did not give up things lightly." So
the herd and the hunter met again.
And Mr. St. Mars says of this meet meeting:
ing: meeting: "At a jharp bend in the steepest
place, and at a point where the path
was narrowest and strung on the
mountainside like a spider's web along
a wall just there the bull, who. was
leading, stopped dead. He had to.
! bronze, motionless, 'ievenneiess ne
; was hit unto death, and he knew it.
Seconds raced with his strength
against the foe. In an instant he
i must have measured the distance
: from him to the enemy, and the time
I it would take to get there, and have
j realized probably for the first and
certainly the last time in his implac implac-!
! implac-! able, intolerate life the fact that he
j was impotent.
j "I like to think of what he did then,
i It was so supreme, so grand, so typical
I of the beast.
"He tunrned, he screamed one
I scream of unadulterated rage, and he
i plunged headlong over the edge of the
path to death. lAtantly and this
was the grandest prt of all, perhaps
with unswerving obedience to discip discipline,
line, discipline, the whole herd turned as one
beast and followed him blindly into
"The hunter stood like one carved
in stone he might have been watch watching
ing watching the abysmal plunge of human
souls Into the pit by the feeling writ
on his strong face and he counted
the seconds till the faraway thuda an announced
nounced announced the washing to pieces of his
quarry on the rocks a thousand or
more feet below.
"Then he turned away slowly and
retraced his steps.
"'Magnificent!' he muttered. And
that was all.'
Incident of War of 1812.
One hundred years ago the northern
division of the American army had
gone into winter quarters near Ma Ma-lone,
lone, Ma-lone, N. Y. The British army had en encamped
camped encamped not far distant and a clash be between
tween between the opposing forces was re-
He was looking full into the q.uiet, I sarueu as miuniienu a ir wnueu
gray eyes of the hunter, not six yards j from Pittsburg and dated January 8,
lsii, contained me ioiiowing: ror
some time past, it has been strongly
suspected that the enemy meditated
an attack upon this place. Night be-
"The position was slightly exciting.
"None but a bird could have stepped
off that path on either hand sheer
up, sheer down! Neither could turn
Dack; and if either went on, some somebody
body somebody would have to get hurt.
"The silence which followed was
Tefined and clarified.
"Death hovered about, waiting to
"The double flash and twin report
of the heavy Express rifle which fol followed
lowed followed seemed to bring the whole
world of silence tumbling down about
the hunter's ears. And the hunter's
jaw fell and he gasped. His face
paled to gray. Lines drew about his
eyes. He became in seconds ten
"Nothing had happened. That was
"The hunter had fired both barrels
"He had not missed. Such men as
he do not miss. Yet the bull takin
had not even acknowledged receipt of
either bullet; had not winced, even.
"He just stood there, like a huge
mass of suDerb sculpture in black and
fore last the commandant received in information
formation information that the enemy were in mo motion
tion motion that they had cannon mounted
on runners, and were confiscating all
the horses within reach. This infor information
mation information has neither been confirmed nor
contradicted, but the destruction of
this post at the present time, being of
the first importance to the enemy, it is
reasonable to suppose that an effort
will be made to effect it."
He had decided at last to make the
great avowal, convinced that a word
would suffice to assure his good for fortune.
tune. fortune. He only lacked a beginning,' a
beautiful, poetic, inspiring beginning.
At last he had found it. Presenting
himself to the desired one, and sud suddenly
denly suddenly showing her a ring, he said: "My
love for you is like this ring; it has
no end." The young lady examined
the little golden- circlet for awhile
with close attention, and then returned
it to him. "My love for you," she said,
"is also like this ring; it has no be beginning."
ginning." beginning." Youth's Companion.
OCAL.A XOTI1EKX SCHEDULE
When you buy Chocolates, of course
you want the most of the best that
your money entitles you to, and
that's why your '"buy word" should
Because they are always good, are
guaranteed to be fresh, and they
offer you the finest varieties of
Sweets prepared by the world's best
T. W. TROXLER
The Home of Hurler's.
No. 72 Leave Ocala daily 1:15
p. m. Arrive Palatka daily except
Sunday, 4:45 p. m. Arrive Palatka
Sunday, 4:15 p. m.
No. 71 Leave Palatka daily ex except
cept except Sunday, 7:40 a. m. Arrive
Ocala 11 a. m.
No. 73 Leave Palatka Sunday, S
a. m. Arrive Ocala, 11 a. m.
MAItlOX COUNTY DIRECTORY
Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. Ocala.
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent.
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
lax Collector V. L. Colbert.
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala
Treasurer John M. Graham
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Prouate Wm. E. Smith,
County Commissioners C. Carmi
chael, Ocaia; J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; V T. Henderson. Lynne; D. G.
Watkin-. Dupnellon; Walter Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, Sparr.
Board Public Irmction -J. Zl.
Brinson, Superintendent. Ocala; B
Ft. Blitch, Biitchton; J. S. Grautham
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of Fire is a
Fire Insurance Policy!
Not a Blank One,
Not an Intended One.
BUT A POLICY
BEFORE THE FIRE
It's the Only Kind
E. M. OSBORN,
HOLDER BLOCK OCALA FLA.
OCALA LOIKiE :U. 28S. 14. P. O. i.
Ocala Lodge, No. 2S6. Benovelent
md Protective Order of Elks, mests
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter,
Joseph Bell, Secretary.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The undersignea naving been duly
appointed and having qualified as
administrator of the estate of Carlos
L. Sistrunk deceased, now calls upon
all creditors, legatees, distributees
and all persons having claims or de demands
mands demands against the said estate to pre
sent them within the time prescribed
This February 4th, 1914.
S. T. Sistrunk,
As Administrator of the Estate
Carlos L. Sistrunk, Deceased
What will Florida be by the mid middle
dle middle of this twentieth century?
Just what the next generation
shall make it, and that generation
will be largely what the fathers and
mothers of today shall make it.
Some of the greatest scientists de declare
clare declare that every man owes it, quite
a much to his parents as to himself,
whether he is a genius, a drunkard,
a criminal, insane, or an ordinarily
intelligent and useful citizen. Even
his impulses to aggressive effort, or
the lack of them, they say, is inborn,
so that a person with an inheritance
of good morals, a sound mind and
body, lacking the inborn impulse or
ambition to self improvement, may
sink by a kind of inertia into posi positive
tive positive uselessness if not immorality.
We come into the world, not of
our own volition, han licapped by a
burden of fearful responsibilities;
some ot us with an inheritance or
evil tendencies, with bodies predis
posed to disease, with weak and in inactive
active inactive minds often bordering upon
insanity in some form, and some of
us with an almost irresistible in instinct
stinct instinct to criminal action. It is un undisputed
disputed undisputed that a large majority of the
professional criminal classes have
sprung from criminal parentage and
these violations of the law in turn
pass on their tendencies to their
A large proportion of the insane is
traced to a parentage in which the
father or the mother, or both, were
similarily affected, and it is known
that such tendencies in the parent
are far more often than not exagger
ated in the children.
The handicap upon the next gener generation
ation generation may be made heavier or light lighter
er lighter by the will of the present one.
No man can live unto himself alone.
No parent can live unto his own time
and generation alone. Whether he
be weak or strong, a genius or a lun-
Jatic, his influence through his child
ren will be felt for good or ill fifty
or a hundred years in the future.
The matter of individual responsi responsibility
bility responsibility to the future is but little ap appreciated.
preciated. appreciated. None of us look very far
into the future and are influenced by
what we find there. Sufficient unto
the day or generation is the evil
thereof, is the consoling excuse for
disregarding the years to come by
any seriously inconvenient line of
Yet it is established beyond the
reach of argument that the relations
between successive generations are
intimate. Nature working through
the centuries has evolved a higher
mentality and an attainment of high higher
er higher moral standards, but it may be
questioned if she has built up the
race to a greater degree of physical
perfection in the last thousand years.
An EightYear Competitive Test
0ik w MoTao(
1MM vS l"A
(Browm Shce tings."0 Drills
6pa.rn'burg,S. O.Uay IOtb,19l8
After completing our vlllaga at Kew Holland,
Oa. wa experimented with some half dozen rarloua fcranda
of paint toy dividing our village up Into seotlona of
ten houses each and painting each ten with a different
On one eeotlon of ten houeea we used Lead
and Oil, the other five seotlona we used palnte mostly
used In this section, and oonaldered to toe the leading
After eigh't Tears wo find that the ten cot cottages
tages cottages covered with rMASTI0 PAIRT" are In better condi condition
tion condition and stood the teBt better than any of the others,
even Including Lead and 011. Will eay further that the
houses were all of the same architecture ,weatherboarded
with lang leaf yellow pine of the saae grade,havlng
ane exposure to the sun that Is, none of them were
partially protected by shade trees, but fully exposed.
We are well pleased with the results of the
"liASTIO PAXST" and oah heartily reooomend same, to any
one who Is a buyer
PACOLET KAHUFACTURXIQ 00.
Won out over all other
Paint in Longest Endurance
THE Pacolet Mfg. Co., of Spartanburg, S. CL.
are large paint-users and are very careful
in selecting the best paint money can buy.
In order to determine which paint would stand
the test of time, they painted some sixty houses
for an eight-year endurance test, using the
leading brands. Read this letter, it proves that
MASTIC PAINT stood the test that tells.
Profit by the Experience of People Who Know!
Don't experiment with unknown Paint you
don't have to Mastic Paint is a certainty,
and has been the standard of excellence for
over forty years.
Mastic Paint never varies in quality, it always
assures the best possible results. It is guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed for Absolute Purity by its makers,
Peaslee-Gaulbert Co., of Louisville, Ky., and
we can recommend it highly to our customers.
Ask for beautifully illustrated book
"Homes and How To Paint Them," also
color card showing 45 color combinations.
THE TAX ASSESSOR
I will be at the following places to
receive tax returns for 1914:
1 Ocala. 9th to 31st.
The law requires all tax returns to
be made by the first day of April. Aft After
er After the books are written it is impossi-
bl? lmoa ,?atfn5s;v fl,,tom0biie that erations unconsciously to man, of
X ftCa w-. I
the same laws that have destroyed
the weak and imperfect specimens in
animal creation, and have propogat propogat-ed
ed propogat-ed their kind from the strong and
It is not to be anticipated that
nature in her cycles of evolution,
contrary to the education and in instincts
stincts instincts of civilization, is going to
wipe out from the human race the
mental deficiencies, nor the diseased,
nor the criminals by any process of
selection. It is not to be expected
that the individual is going to sac sacrifice
rifice sacrifice voluntarily that instinct most
deeply rooted in his being the de
sire to have his part in the contin continuation
uation continuation of the race because he fears
to transmit to his children the weak weaknesses
nesses weaknesses of his own body or mind.
There is "no earthly authority su superior
perior superior to that of the individual ex excepting
cepting excepting alone that of the state. If
the refusal of the individual or his
ignorance or indifference to act for
known evils will continue to exist er than that of the growing popula popula-and
and popula-and increase. jtion, including the growth by immi-
In other words, Florida has no j gration.
law that prevents the marriage of
These are eerious facts for the
persons with known or suspected! Th tb
tendencies toward insanity. She has studied by earnest men and women
no law that limits or regulates the
marriage of criminals. No statute
forbids the marriage of consump consumptives
tives consumptives nor of those who have any of
those diseases which the doctors
disguise by long, unpronouncable
names to hide their disgusting and
sometimes horrible features. Those
in other states, who find similar con conditions
ditions conditions everywhere. They must be
considered soon and carefully by the
thoughtful men and women of this
The State Board of Health is urg urging
ing urging upon the people of Florida a
All nf nature's accomnlishments have the good of the state shall bring
been brought about through the op-
Jlaws inexorable and undeviating
serious injury to the state, either
now or in succeeding generations, it
is evident that the state must act, or
! careful study and discussion through
contemplating marriage have only to the press and eIswhere of tne
"question whether Florida needs or
should have a revision of its mar marriage
riage marriage laws to work out a solution of
declare themselves to be of responsi- j
ble aare. hiding from the license
clerk and even from each other the'
fact that they are or have been af-; hege probIems. If such new or re reflated
flated reflated with some loathsome disease xa ara OCCAntiai t what o-r.
tent should the state go, in regulat
ing marriages among its citizens to
better the next and future genera-
which may be transmitted to their!
children; that lurking in their fam families,
ilies, families, if not actually manifest in
themselves, is the curse of insanity.
The offspring of such marriages is!
a burden, an increasing burden,!..;, i r,i a cui,...
upon private charity
state. It is a burden
and Upon thB t -j-j qj, standard Kr.wal .t'
that Is in- roves tasteless chin
1 TftvtO 1 -..,
, : V ; j uu.vi i
creasing in Florida by a ratio great- ;au AtraeToKe. Tor a.:u.kd children.
THE OCALA K KMXG STAR. THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1914
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
(IT you have any items for this department call phone 106)
Mr. and Mrs. .J. P. Cooper of Sa-
Vannah, the latter formerly Miss
Lillian ThagarjjjL this city, have
( mailed to theirCkjala friends cards
announcing the birth of a daughter
on March 7th.
Mrs. C. rV. Hunter has returned
from a few days visit to her sister,
Mrs. S. A. Rawls in Jacksonville.
Mrs. H. L. Anderson arrived this
afternoon from Jacksonville and is
the guest of -Mr. and Mrs. R. L. An Anderson.
derson. Anderson. Mrs. Anderson will be the
recipient of a number of pretty so social
cial social affairs during her ten days
This item from the Atlanta Jour Journal
nal Journal will be of interest to the Ocala
friends of the young ladies men mentioned:
tioned: mentioned: Miss Mary Lucy Turner and Miss
Annie Lou Padgett left Friday for
Gainesville, and are the guests of
Miss Isabelle Charters, and later
they will visit Miss Carol Dean. Fri Friday
day Friday evening they were honor guests
at a box party to witness a play giv-
n by Brenau students.
Miss Willie Igou was the first lady
in Lake county to brave a voyage in
the flying boat. She made the trip
on Lake Eustis, Tuesday morning,
circling about the yacht club pavil pavilion
ion pavilion before alighting. Her little
brother, Douglas Igou, also made the
journey, but when th younger boy,
Hugh was asked to make the trip, he
replied characteristically: "Not on
your daguerreotype!" Eustis Lake
Mrs. Edward Badger returned this
afternoon from Tampa, where she
has been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
G. S. Moyers and family for several
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, Jr., of Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, is the attractive guest of Mr, and
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, coming up es especially
pecially especially to be with Miss 'Elizabeth
Kane, who will leave next week for
a visit to Daytona, before returning
to her home in Springfield, 111.
Misses Gertie Peyser and Mary
Connor are guests for tonight of Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Connor at Lake Weir
and this evening they will take
prominent parts in the musical con concert
cert concert to be given at the yacht club
for the benefit of the building fund.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis of Irvine
were over-night guests of the lat lat-ter's
ter's lat-ter's sister, Mrs. Sue Mclver and
were numbered among the out of
town delegates attending the home
talent attraction at the Temple in
Miss Dolly Randolph left last
night for Tallahassee, where she will
organize a company to present her
orchestra comique at the Chautauqua
being carried on in that city. Miss
Randolph is not only a clever enter entertainer,
tainer, entertainer, but is an estimable young
lady. She made friends with all she
met while in Ocala.
Mr. G. A. Carmichael had a very
bad night Tuesday night, and yester yesterday
day yesterday in company with Mrs. Carmi-
THE OIirHKSTKA COMIQUE
WAS A I'ROXOUNCEI) SUCCESS
SWIFT AND PALATIAL
YACHT "CITY OF OCALA"
Three round trips a week y
between Silver Springs and
Palatka over the beautiful
tourist route,' Silver Springs
run and 'Oklawaha river, fam famed
ed famed in song and story as the
most wierdly beautiful water waterway
way waterway in the world. Boat sails
from i Silver Springs every
Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning at 8 o'clock.
Sails from Palatka every
Monday, Wednesday and Fri Friday
day Friday at 6:30 a. m. Trips made
entirely by daylight. Elegant X
a la carte service on board. Y
Every accommodation, coi.- y
venience and safety aupli-
For furth r information, ap apply
ply apply or write to
C. (Ed) Carmichael,
i Weller Carmichael,
Silver Springs Fla.
q 1 1 vpr QPDiwnc rn
? Ocala Silver Springs .TaWka
qhael left for Hot Springs, again. Dr.
Shaw, his resident physician, will
come as far as .Memphis to meet his
party. Mr. and Mrs. James Enges Enges-eer
eer Enges-eer went with them as far as Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. e.
Mrs. Duval to Entertain
Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock
Mrs. L. W. Duval will entertain in informally
formally informally in compliment of Mrs. H.
L. Anderson of Jacksonville, the
guests including the special friends
of the honoree.
Mr. Douglas of Citra, Weds in St.
The following taken from the St.
Augustine "Record will convey pleas pleasant
ant pleasant hews to the many Marion county
friends of the groom:
A quiet wedding took place in
Trinity 'Episcopal church at 9 o'clock
this morning, when Miss Hannah
Gale, a sister of Mrs. Sam L. Brown
of this city, and Richard C. Douglas,
of Citra, were united in marriage,
Rev. L. FitzJames Henry officiating.
Miss Gale, whose home is in Easton,
Md., has visited here on several oc occasions
casions occasions as her sister's guest, and she
has now just completed a brief stay
here. Mr. JJouglas is a prominent
citizen of Citra, where he has large
land interests. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Douglas
las Douglas left on the southbound train this
morning for Citra, where they will
Mr. C. L. Rylie and wife, of Lex Lexington,
ington, Lexington, Ky., who have been spending
the past week in the city as the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Ditto,
left today for West Palm Beach,
where they will spend the remainder
of the winter, returning to Ocala on
their homeward trip.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jackson of Or Orlando
lando Orlando were in town in their car yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, on their way to Gainesville.
They visited Mr. and Mrs. Barse
while in the city.
Mrs. B. ,M. Hunt has bought a
four-passenger Ford car from Mr.
Edward Tucker. Mrs. Hunt has been
demonstrating the Moidart corset,
and finds that a car is a necessity in
visiting all her customers. Mrs.
Hunt and daughter, Miss Winnie,
with Mr. Peyton Bailey in charge of
the car, visited Dunnellon yesterday,
and had a profitable as well as pleas pleasant
ant pleasant trip a large number of Dunnel Dunnellon
lon Dunnellon ladies attending Mrs. Hunt's
Miss Lou Moody was an out-of-town
visitor from Lake Weir who
spent the day shopping and visiting
KING'S DAUGHTERS MEETING
The March business meeting of
the King's Daughters was held this
morning at the home of .Mrs. C. vL.
Bittinger. About ten members were
present and a vast amount of work
was discussed and definite plans
made1 concerning some of the chari charitable
table charitable cases.
fit was decided to change the time
of the meetings and hereafter they
will be held at the Methodist church
every first Thursday afternoon at 3
o'clock. Mrs. Bittinger and Mrs. H.
C. Packham were appointed dele delegates
gates delegates to the state convention which
will be held in St. Augustine April
16-17, and at that time the Ocala
organization will become affiliated
with the state organization. The
meeting was interesting and the
other business transacted was of im importance
portance importance only to the King's Daughters.
CIVIC COMMITTEE WORKS
FOR A CLTCAX CITY
In riding through the first ward
the members of the civic depart department
ment department of the Woman's Club found the
yards looking on the whole clean
and orderly, but would like to call
attention to the papers which they
noticed blowing up and down the
streets, many of them lodging in the
gutters next to the sidewalks. They
would ask each property owner and
tenant to form a committee of one
to gather and burn them, as they
give the town an air of neglect. We
wish the strangers in our midst to
carry away not only an impression
of the city's prosperity and hospital hospitality,
ity, hospitality, but its thorough cleanliness ani
U. I. C. MEETING
Dickison Chapter U. D. C. will
meet Friday afternoon, March 13, at
3:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. W.
W. Harriss. Mrs. J. C. Caldwell,
Sale continues throughout this
week at Mrs. Bostick's.
The Orchestra Comique given last
night at the Temple under the direc direction
tion direction of Miss Dolly Randolph as the
closing attraction of the Chautauqua,
has been pronounced by all who saw
it to be one of the very cleverest
amateur performances ever staged
in Ocala. The audience was laEge
nearly every seat in the house be being
ing being occupied, and many were the
compliments heard on the admirable
manner in which each part was ex executed.
ecuted. executed. Those who participated in included
cluded included Ocala's best talent who are
well known, and from the first of
the opening number to the last beat
of the drum every number occasion occasioned
ed occasioned peals of laughter. Gaudy and
marvelous costumes added to the ef
fect of the whole and those taking
part were barely recognizable in
their fantastic outfits. Miss Ran Randolph,
dolph, Randolph, the skilled leader, used a
feather duster for a baton, and as
the chords of the initial number
were struck great was the surprise
of the audience to find real melody
in the music, which was apparently
produced by all sorts of things,
ranging from a tennis racquet to a
bicycle pump, including clothes bas baskets,
kets, baskets, washtubs, phonograph horns,
hat racks and various other house household
hold household appurtenances.
The "make-ups" along with the
acting has deservingly won for the
Orchestra Comique the reputation of
a laugh producer. The idea is most
unique and the performance was a
decided success. The leader was. ably
assisted by Mr. J. J. Gerig, who as
the librarian, put up the placards
announcing the numbers and with
his long, shiny oil can kept the mus musical
ical musical instruments in excellent work working
ing working order, occasionally using a screw
driver or monkey wrench.
The program as published yester yesterday
day yesterday in the Star was carried out in
detail. Those who gave solo num numbers
bers numbers included Miss Marguerite Por Porter,
ter, Porter, double bass; Mr. Albert Gerig,
trombone; Miss Alice Bullock, harp;
Miss Ceclle Downs and Mr. Clifford
Anderson, duo for tuba and bassoon,
Mr. Frank Anthony read from the
A, B, C Book the following original
composition, which called forth
much laughter and applause:
A is for Anderson, Pat is his name;
In the minstrel business he gained
B is for Biirford a lawyer you
But the difference in men, I will try
C is for Chautauqua, entertainment
And for the coming year we'll just
Keep them in mind.
D is for Davis a fine man I will
Now he didn't get short he just
grew up that way.
E is for Elks new quarters this
And some one of the members will
soon have him a dear.
F is for Flinn has a Ford now you
But the Lord only knows where the
Banners, all go.
G is for Gerig1 they both have lit little
tle little hair;
Back to nature I guess, for they
both look real bare.
H is for Hampton a lawyer and
And dogged if he has very much of
I is for Imperial, the laundry that's
If they keep on spreading what will
O. S. L. do?
J is for Johnson a king of some
It was watermelons once, but is
rummy at last.
K is for Knights a grand order of
Just join their ranks and you'll
know it then.
They're here with us now and I hope
we all find,
That the world needs more of their
rank and their kind.
L is for Lansford, and he can't help
For besides pianos he has the phon phonograph.
ograph. phonograph. M is for MacKay handles hardware
And I hear that bis daughter is get getting
ting getting stage-struck.
N is for Nash as a captain was
But he wouldn't be now even if he
O is for Ocala House full of K. of
Ifx it was summer, not winter, oh.
golly the fleas.
P is for Peyser. Miss Gertie by
And I think Pat Anderson is really
For car riding with Gertie is a thing-
of the past.
And we're onto old Billy, I think.
now at last.
Q is a thing that belongs to a Chink.
But R. S. Rogers won't copy it I
really don't think.
R is for Randolph Miss Dolly by
Of this bunch of musicians I think
S is for Smith, and some dogs by tke
e a Cliirei's
As usual we are very strong in these lines. This
spring we have a larger, number of styles to chose
from than ever.
Bare Foot Sandals and Scuff ers
........ t-JU '.. .
Fop Every-day Wear.
Finest Turns and Welts
Our B:g, Misses Line in one of our prides.
Such snap and style is in them that they are in a class
all their own.
' AND REMEMBER REMEMBER-OUT
OUT REMEMBER-OUT Specialty is Fitting Shoes to
Master g C(0)
Just ask Ben Rheinauer and see
what he'll say.
T is for Tompkins he has a fine
Of feeding his horses no corn, but
n Cobb. j
U is for Usher he looks all for- j
He's really so small he can't blow j
that big horn. j
V is for Von Engelken, a doctor by
And his daughter is another that is
after stage fame. j
W is for Whaley, a man of some :
Bought a K. P. banner and made a i
big hit. i
X there is nothing, but it stands for
Clyde Jordan had one but never
Y stands for the jeweler, right next
If he puts up a banner his place will
Z is for Zewadski, with a record at
i But remember what I told you in
that little strange story.
During the intermission .Miss Ran Randolph
dolph Randolph demonstrated that she is a
real musician by giving two violin
numbers. Miss Mary Lee Hill, who
has been heard on many public oc occasions,
casions, occasions, read in her individual at attractive
tractive attractive manner "Higher Culture in
Dixie," which was followed by .a
pleasing encore selection. Miss
Cecile Downs sang Frank Hyne's
"Spring Song," and in response to
an unanimous encore sang Lohr's
"Little Gray House in the West."
"The Stein Song," by Messrs. Frank
Gates, Harry Cole. Pat Anderson
ani Edward Drake was a quartet
selection that afforded the audience
an opportunity of hearing four of
Ocala's best male voices. One of the
most charming numbers of the in intermission
termission intermission program, as well as the
entire evening, was the exquisite
singing of Mrs. L .3. Beard, the ac accomplished
complished accomplished sister of Mrs. Bunyan
Stephens of Shelbyville, Ky., Mrs.
Beard possesses a contralto voice
of marvelous depth and its wealth
of sweetness was heard in Harriet
Ware's "Boat Song," "The Birth of
Morn," by Leoni and "His Lullaby,"
by Carrie Jacobs Bond.
Miss Gertie Peyser deservingly
shares the principal honors for mak making
ing making the whole affair successful, for
her sympathetic playing of all the
accompaniments was done in a man manner
ner manner above criticism. She is one of
Ocala's most gifted pianists, and her j
talent has frequently been the key-.
NOTE NEW LOCATION
MISS MARY AFFLECK
- Spring Opening
Punch Served 8 to 10:30
At Helvenston's Store
note of many of the successful am amateur
ateur amateur performances given in this
The personnel of the orchestra wai
Violins Misses Musie Bullock,
Ellen Clarkson, Doris Murry of In Indiana,
diana, Indiana, Marie von Engelken, Stella
Camp, Bessie MacKay.
Double basses Miss Marguerite
Porter, Mr. Wilson.
Cellos Mrs. C. E. Nelson, Mr.
Trombones Mr. Albert Gerig,
Mr. Pat Anderson, Miss Elizabeth
Kane of Springfield, HI., Mr. Collier.
Bassoons Mr. Clifford Anderson,
Mr. Collier, Miss Josephine Bullock,
Miss Mary Burford.
Cymbals Miss Rosebud Robin Robinson.
son. Robinson. Miss Elizabeth Davis.
Tuba MLss Cecile Downs.
Cornet Mr. William Camp.
Bells Mr. Anthony.
Saxaphone Mr. Usher Norwood.
Flutes Mrs. A. L. Izlar, Mrs. Go Go-in
in Go-in and Miss Sue Moore.
Drums Mr. Collier.
Harp Miss Alice Bullock.
Librarian Mr. J. JGerig.
Accompanist Miss Gertie Peyser.
Miss Randolph is an accomplish accomplished
ed accomplished musician of 'Chicago whoee in ingenuity
genuity ingenuity and cleverness devised this
copyrighted entertainment and it Is
certain to be greeted by a packed
house if produced here again.
The audience was- addressed by
Mr. J. D. Rooney and Dr. Geo. Selden
Waldo, manager of the Chautauqua,
bath of whom wanted to get an ex expression
pression expression from the people on the
Chautauqua entertainments and as ascertain
certain ascertain if Ocala desired to make it
a permanent annual event. They
were not given the encouragement
the merit ofthe enterprise deserved,
but the whole matter will probably
be taken up by the Board of Trade
and our citizens, and arrangements
pade for its continuation.
- SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
r Partridge-Woodrow .Company
: 1 JL Selling Agents
Merchant's Block. Orala
THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1914
What is it?
Watch this space If or One
Best Investment in Ocala Realestate
Where is it?
row deceased, which was op motion TWO RE; I ME NTS
t A communication was received
, I from I. P. Wells and J. H. Ford of
The board of county commissioners j Orange Springs saying that the Dex Dex-met
met Dex-met in regular session, Tuesday, !ter road had been fenced or obstruct obstruct-March
March obstruct-March 3rd, 1914. Present: C. Carmi-: ed, and the matter was referred on
cbael, chairman, and Commissioners j commissioner Luff man and the county
D. G. Watkins, J. W. Davis, W. T. enginerr.
Henderson and W. Luffman. j Bond of A. J. Ellis J. P. district 16
The minutes of the last -eetjng with J. M. Lewis and D. F. Simmons
were read and corrected so as to sureties was approved,
show the absence of Commissioner Fines by Justices of the Peace were
Henderson during a part of said meet-j reported as follows:
ing on account of death in the, family, j W. E. Smith, fines $85.00, costs $98. $98.-A
A $98.-A petition to annex the roilbwirrg 72, -Alexander Wynne, lines, $25.00,
territory to the Flemington voting costs $25.00, D. L. Grantham fines, $5,
precinct, to be taken from the Geiger costs $5.00, A. J. Ellis fines $16.00.
precinct, to-wit: Commercing at the The following justices reported no
ne cor of nw1 of sec 5, tp 12fc; r 20, fines imposed in their courts:
east, thence south to the Arredonda W. H. Anderson, Jos. Akin, Z. Gra Gra-grant
grant Gra-grant line, thence west to the 'eyy ( ham, H. W. Douglas, S. U. Campbell,
county line, was read and laid "over Inspector of marks and brands for
until next meeting. district 17, 20, 21 and 22 filed reports.
A petition was received from citi- C. L. Gamsby county engineer filed
zens of Dunnellon and others protjej:,his report for the month of February,
ing against the use of clay as a mate-'; The clerk submitted pay roll for
rial for building the Ocala and Dun- state witnesses at the last term of
nellon road from the junction to Dim-court amounting to $197.55 which was
nellon. Dr. J. G. Baskin also appear-' approved.
ed in person representing the Jf33 The county treasurer submitted his
mattpr rpfprrpd to report showing receipts disburse-
Commissioners Davis and Watkins ments and balances as follows
and the superintendent for investiga- School Fund
tion Receipts $2174.77
The petition for a voting precincT
at Burbank was again presented ask- Balance $ 4.77
ingfor a voting precinct with thvReceipts. . .FU"d . . .$2843.S8
lowing Doununes town: muimeuciugi Disbursed 2839.3C
at the intersection of the rangef "ifne
dividing ranges 23 and 24 with the
Ocklawaha river, thence north along
range line to north east corner sec.
25 t. 13 s. r. 23, thence west to north
west corner sec. 29 t. 13 r. 23, thence
south to southwest corner sec. 32.1- t.
SENT TO TEXAS
International Patrol Reinforced by
Seventeen Hundred Infantry
Washington, March 12. (Special)
To allay as far as possible the
fears of the people of the border, two
full regiments of infantry, seventeen
hundred strong have been ordered to
proceed to Texas to help patrol the
The troops ordered to Texas were
the seventeenth and ninth regiments
of infantry, the former stationed, at
Fort 'McPherson, Ga., and the latter
at Fort Logan H. Root, Arkansas.
It is expected that the soldiers will
reach the border by Sunday. j
Tkis action comes immediately af-
ter Gov. Colquitt's appeal for a more
adequate border patrol and the re-j
cent embroglio of Vergara, the casej
where a raiding party from Texas
dashed across the line and recovered I
the body of Vergara.
It is understood to mean that the
administration intends to go to any
length to preserve peace along the
border and prevent any clash between
Americans and Mexicans.
The troons ordered to the border
today Kill be stationed at Laredo and tM offlce of state attorney tor the
T. A. Duren, Largo; W. S. Smith,
Clearwater; W. S. Shelton, J. S.
Lost Found; Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
tion's office and the courthouse,
on Magnolia street, five deeds
made to J. D. .McDuffy. Suitable
reward for their return to J. JV
McDuffy, Ocala, Fla. 3-9-6t
GEORGE W. SCHOFIELD
I am a candidate for re-election to
BOARDERS WANTED Can furnish
rooms and table board for a few
boarders; reasonable rates. Apply
to Mrs. Annie E. Holly, 113 South
Second street, East. 3-10-6t
COTTAGE FOR RENT 411
Watula street; 6 rooms and'
bath (new) ; toilet, gas, elec electric
tric electric lights; interior newly
painted and artistically dec decorated;
orated; decorated; open for inspection.
W. W. Condon. 5-5-6t
FOR RENT 'East cottage on block
1 Caldwell's add. No. 235 South
Secong street; possession at once.
See Joseph Bell, rooms 1 and 2
Holder block. 3-ll-6t
FOR RENT A nicely furnished
room; every convenience good lo location
cation location in Linwood Park. Apply
to Star office. 3-ll-6t
Eagle Pass, and the cavalry now at
these places will be relieved for ex extended
tended extended border work.
Balance $ 4.52
Fine and Forfeiture Fund
ReceiDts. $ 491.66
13 r. 23, thence east to northwest cor- Disbursed 405.85
ner sec. 4 t. 14 r. 23, thence south to;
southwest corner of sec. 16 t. 14 r. 23, Balance. . .$ 85.S1
v. i v,' Building Fund
thence east to the west bank of the Receipts a $ 571.4G
Ocklawaha river, thence following Disbursed 553.17
said river to point of beginning, was
TooH nian n pnnntpp nptitirn tn thp Balance $
6'iuun6 tn. aiuc iuu, v" Total receipts
motion both petitions were laid over Disbursed
until next meeting.
Nathan Shell and Sam Duncan were
placed on the "pauper list at $3 per
Messers. Munroe and Ben Rhei Rhei-nauer
nauer Rhei-nauer appeared before the board and
asked that the allowance to the tiospi-
Sub-road No. 1 Total re receipts
ceipts receipts and balances $ 217.97
Total balances on all funds. $4614.09
The board then went into executive
session in conference with representa-
tal be reinstated, and after discussion tives of the Munroe & Chambliss
the following resolution was adopted bank, the Commercial Bank and the
towit: x Ocala National Bank.
Resolved that in consideration' of The board .adjourned to meet in
tre care and treatment of such sick adjourned session on Thursday, Mar.
county paupers as may be placed in 12, at 10 a. m.
the Marion County Hospital by
commendation of the county physician
and order of the board of county; com commissioners,
missioners, commissioners, it is ordered that the sum
of twenty-five dollars be paki the
OPEN ALL NIGHT
The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, pr0prie-j
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANiS
Partridge-Wood row Company
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
Marion County Hospital
And for the treatment of all other
cases that raav be placed ii 1?he hos- j
pital by recommendation of tWe coun county
ty county physician and order of the board of :
county commissioners it is ordered
that said hospital association be paid
Its regular charges. Commissioner (
Watkins voting against said resolu-
tion. I The winter schedu'e of the At-
The clerk was on motion directed iantic Coast Line is now n effect. It
to notify the S. A. L. railroad to re-jjs as follows:,
pair public road crossing one mile Southbound
south of Citra near the negro church,!
also one mile north of Sparr near the I
residence of J. M. Mobley.
The board then adjourned until
COAST LINE'S TIME CARD
39 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
arrives Gainesville at 12:30
arrives Ocala at 2:40, arrives
' Wednesday, March 4. 1914, the;
board met, all members present. j
On motion of commissioner Render-1
son the road by Ocklawaha bridge!
' 1 St. Petersburg at 9:10 p. m.
grave yard was granted and ordered;
The matter of leasing a lot and
building a house for the use of the
bridge tender at Moss Bluff wes re referred
ferred referred to commissioner Henderson
and the county engineer.
W. L. Colbert tax collector report reported
ed reported the collection of $149.75 on account
licenses, $397.00 on account of poll
taxes $315.00 and $S2.00 extras, and
$98.00 on account of automobile
A petition was presented asking
that Dan Gegner be recommended for
appointment as inspector of marks
and brands a Dunnellon district no.
24 for the unexpired term of J. L. Mor-
No. 9 leaves Jacksonville at 3:40
p. m., arrives Gainesville at 6:53 p
m., arrives Ocala at 8:45 p. m., ar arrives
rives arrives at Leesburg at 10 p. m.
No. 37 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
n m. arrives Gainesville 12:37 a.
. r j
jm.. arrives Ocala 2:18 a. m., arrives
, St. Petersburg s a. m.
No. 38 leaves St. Petersburg 8:30
p. m., arrives Ocala at 2:20 a. m.,
arrives Gainesville 3:5S a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville 7 a. m.
No. 10 leaves Leesburg at 4:45 a.
m., arrives Ocala at 6:05 a. m., ar arrives
rives arrives Gainesville at 7:55 a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville at 10:55 a. m.
No. 40 leaves St. Petersburg at
6:30 a. m., arrives Ocala 12:54 p.
m., leaves Ocala 1:14 p. m., arrives
Gainesville at 3:30 p. m., arrives
Jacksonville at 6:30 p. m.
Weirsdale, March 11. Mr. C. J.
Rast of Orange Springs, who is hull hulling
ing hulling beans in the vicinity of Leesburg,
was here last week making some re repairs
pairs repairs on machinery.
The following persons from here
visited the wonderful Silver Springs
near Ocala last Thursday: Mr. Pierce
and daughter, Miss Elizabeth, Miss
Minnie Albertson and Mr. J. M.
Miss Harriett Simpson, Mrs. J. A.
Logan, Prof. C. M. Wilson, Mr. A. A.
Bartlett and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dol-
son were traders in the Brick City
Mr. J. W. Davis, former turpentine
operator here, and Mr. H. W. Boyte
and son, of Leesburg, were here on
business between trains on Monday.
Mr. Robert Turner, whose sickness
was mentioned last week, was car carried
ried carried to Ocala Monday and placed in
the Marion County Hospital. We are
sofry to report his condition unim unimproved.
proved. unimproved. Mrs. Turner went with him
and is in anxious attendance.
Mr .and Mrs. Charles Wilson and
charming daughters were visitors
with Mr .and Mrs. C. M. Wilson,
Miss Florence Schnitzler was in
Ocala between trains Monday.
Mr. Jas. Fafe is linking a well in
the grove belonging to Mr. A. S. J.
McKinney tof Stanton. Work is de delayed
layed delayed on account of the breaking of
the machinery. They are' about one
hundred feet and have no water. We
hear later that the well is finished
with plenty of water at 114 feet.
.Mr. R. J. Lytle left on a business
and pleasure trip to Birmingham,
Ala., on Monday.
The social at the church Tuesday
evening, given under the auspices of
the local W. C. T. U., was very much
enjoyed by a good crowd. The guests
were welcomed at the door by young
men who gave each a pretty sprig of
orange blossoms, tied with white
ribbons. The program of the evening,
consisting of music and readings, was
very much enjoyed. After the pro-jA
gram, ice cream ana cane were serv served.
ed. served. The affair netted about $12.
Dr. and Mrs. Connor of Akron. O.,
arrived Monday evening for a visit
with the latter's father, Mr. A. A.
Bartlett, and Miss Carrie Frank.
fifth judicial circuit, and solicit
youi vote at the June primary.
George W. Schofield.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
To the Democratic Voters of Mar Marion
ion Marion County: I am a candidate for
member of the House of Representa Representatives,
tives, Representatives, from our county, in the next
legislature, and subject to your de decision
cision decision at the polls in the democratic
primary June 2nd, 1914.
Citra, Fla. W. J. Crosby.
WANTED Position by young man,
married, who is well experienced
in office work and general mer-
1 chandise business. Can furnish
A. No. 1 reference. Address box
355, Dunnellon, Fla. 3-7-10t
COTTAGE FOR RENT My cot cottage
tage cottage on South Third street, next
door west oE the primary school
house, all modern conveniences, is
for rent at $20 per month. R. R.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Part ri dge-Wood ro w Com pa n y
Merchant's Block, Ocala
COOK WANTED A good colored
woman cook who can make her herself
self herself generally useful about the
house. Must be steady and relia reliable.
ble. reliable. Apply at No. 1-03 Tuscawilla
STORE FOR RENT A roomy,
well located store in the Robertsoii
block Apply to S. M. Standley, cor corner
ner corner Oklawaha avenue and Main
LOST Friday afternoon between the
Florida Title & Abstract Corpora-
On Sunday afternoon at three
o'clock there was solemnized one of
the most beautiful weddings of the
season, when Miss Flossie Davis,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. L1n L1n-derman,
derman, L1n-derman, and Mr. William Marion
Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Lewis, were joined in matrimony toy
Rev. R. L. Clyburn, at the beautiful
home of the bride's parents, at Nor Northern
thern Northern Farm.
The bride wore a beautiful dress
of white embroidered crepe and the
groom wore the usual dark suit.
After the ceremony, the tables
were spread and about fifty of the
invited guests partook of a bounte bounteous
ous bounteous dinner.
The young couple was the recipi recipients
ents recipients of many beautiful presents.
After the dinner the guests de departed
parted departed for their homes, wishing the
happy couple a long and prosperous
When the chest feels on fire and
the throat burns you have indigestion,
and you need SIMMON'S RED Z
LIVER REGULATOR to get rid of
the misery. It drives out badly di digested
gested digested foods, strengthens the system
and purifies the bowels. Price, large
package, $1; small size, 25 cents.
Sold by all druggists. ad
Invigorating to the Pais and Sickly
The Old Standard general Flrengthening tcnic.
GROVE'S TASTKLKSScliill TONIC, drive -tit
rtalaria.enriches the Uoo-1, and builds upthe s s-
?m. A true Tonic. For nduU uJ children. 50c-
9. s X
KNIGHTS OF PVTHIAS
1 1 i t0 Willi
Ocala Loage No. 19. Conventions j A
neld every Monday at 7:30 p. m. att'f,
1 t t t 1 1 i, t r i : 1 i
45 Lie nan, utci liic o a.m.s anisic
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. M. Gober, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Thirty 30 head second hand mules will be sold fat
$50 and up. Must be sold quick. Mules can be seen
at our stables.
Tompkins & Cobb
OCALA, FLORIDA K
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf X:X-XX-:-XXX-XX-:KXX-0XX- rtesri
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1914
KEEP THIS IX SIGHT
Ocala Seed Store
is headquarters for Poul Poultry
try Poultry Foods iud Stock and
Poultry Powders. W keep
on hand all tho lime:
CONKEY'S Poultry and
Stock Foods and Rem Remedies;
edies; Remedies; a fall line.
A large assortment of
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
All Work Done by. Licensed. Em-
balmers and Fully Guaranteed
O. E. McIVER 104
C. V. ROBERTS 303
Undertaking Office.... ... 4?
For sale 50 improved farms,
10 to 600 acres, northern
Marion County, Florida. Al Also
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Informal cards and tea ever
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Thursday, March 12th, 7:30 p. m.
Instrumental and vocal concert at
club house by Weirsdale and South
Lake Weir talent, under direction of
Mrs. W. H. Bickley. Benefit of
building fund. General admission
25 cents. Reserved seats 50 cents.
Saturday, March 14th, 7:30 p. m.
Tuesday, March 17th, St. Patrick's
Day celebration, 3 p. m., splash par party.
ty. party. 6 p. m. Picnic supper, with Irish
stew. 8 p. m. Irish costume dance.
Dancers must be in Irish dress or col color.
or. color. Dramatic character readings by
Mrs. X. A. Callison, of Gainesville,
and violin solos by Miss Florence
McCarthy, of Gainesville. All in at attendance
tendance attendance are urged to costume.
Saturday, March 21st, 7:30 p. m.
Thursday, March 26th, mistrel
music by Ocala talent and victrola
records of the masters by Hugo Sch
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Saturday, March 2 8th, 7:30 p. m.
Wednesday, April 1st, 7:30 p. m.
April Fool's costume dance.
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T H K
"The Spoilers," "The Barrier,"
"The Silver Horde, Etc
Copyright. 1310, 1911, by Harper &
Darwin K. Anthony.
BOUT noon on Monday Edith
Cortlandt received a caller.
The name she read on the
card her maid handed her
gave her a start of surprise and set ber
wits whirling in speculation.
She was greeted by a gigantic old
man with a rumbling xoice. He was
pacing back and forth with the rest
lessness of a polar bear.
"How do you do. Mrs. Cortlandt?"
be began at sight of her. bis big voice
flooding, the room. '.'I'm sorry to dis disturb
turb disturb you under tbe circumstances. 1
knew your husband slightly, and I've
heard about you I extend my sym sympathy."
pathy." sympathy." She bowed. "When did you arrive?"
"Just now. Came across in one or
those blanked joy wagons fifty miles
an hour. 'I know everything, madam.
What I didn't know before I landed I
learned on the way across the isthmus,
so don't let's waste time. Deuce of a
position for you to be in I understand,
and all that and I'm sorry for you.
Now. let's get down to business, for 1
must get back to New York."
It was impossible not to feel Darwin
K. Anthony's force. It spoke in his
every tone and action. It looked out
from his harsh lined features and
showed in his energetic movements.
He was a great granite block of a
man. powerful in physique, in mind
and in determination.
"In what way may I be of service to
you?" she inquired coldly.
"1 want my boy," be said sirnply.
and she began to see that underneath
bis cold and domineering exterior his
heart was torn by a great distress.
"You know all the circumstances of
"1 do. That's why I came straight
to you. I know you're tbe keystone of
tbe whole affair, so I didn't waste time
with these other people. Kirk's a
blanked idiot .and always has been. lie
isn't worth the powder to blow to
excuse me 1 mean he's just a ne'er
do-well. But I suppose I'll have to do
my duty by him. I just had to kick
him out. Sorry 1 didn't do it sooner."
"If you have cut him off why do you
care what becomes of him?"
Darwin K. Anthony's eyes dimmed,
bnt his voice rose fiercely. "He's my
boy. and I've a right to treat him any
blanked way I please, but nobody else
is going to abuse him! These Span Span-lards
lards Span-lards can't do It! I'll teach them to
lay hands on my boy! I don't care
what he's done. They've got to give
blm up. And he's going back with
me. He's going home. I I want
"Why have you come to me?" she
"Because you must know the truth
if anybody does, and I want your
help." His voice softened suddenly,
and he regarded her with a gentle
kindness that was surprising. "I've
heard all about you and Kirk. In fact.
I've known what was going on all the
time, for I've had a man on his track
night and day. You may knowr him him-Clifford?
Clifford? him-Clifford? Well, he followed Kirk that
night after the supper to your bus
band, but Anson didn't dare call him
to the stand at the hearing for fear
this Alfarez would perjure more of his
black and tans."
"So Clifford is your mail?"
"Yes. I took him off my system and
sent him down here as soon as I pot
Kirk's idiotic, impudent letter"- The
old man i)eir:in to sputter with indig indignation
nation indignation "Wli.it do you think be wrote
me. .Mrs. Cortl.uidt ? He had the im
pudeiiee to turn dmvn ;i good job I of
fered him her.-! use "his ,vife might not
like our Hinmte' T'l.ink God. he had
se:se enoutrh rot to do that!'
"Then you don't kn;v?" j
"Know v.liat':" j
"That he is married j
"D nation!" roared Anthony fmi ;
She nodded. "A Miss Ga ravel They J
were married n week ago She broke
down miserably and bid her face in j
her hands. He strode to her with a
light of understanding in his eyes. j
Caving a great hand nuon her dooi-ing i
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head, he exclaimed
"My dear Mrs. Cortlandt, I'm very
sorry for you. indeed I am. "Now
now. try to face it squarely. All good
women are brave, and you're a good
woman. We both love him. and I
know we can save him if we pull to together."
gether." together." "Yes. yes!" She raised ber drawn,
white face eagerly to bis. "It will
only take a word, but I have been like
a mad woman. 1 couldn't bear to give
him up. and when I learned the truth
1 thought I could let him suffer. But
1 couldn't He is the first and only
"I know." He patted her In a way
that said more than words.
"1 couldn't have stood out much
"Theu you have proof?"- His face
was wi!d with eagerness.
This. Take it quickly. I only found
it last night. It bad been mislaid In
the confusion.. I meant to give it up.
I really did." With clumsy lingers she
drew from the front' of her dress an
unsealed letter and handed it to him.
"Stephen was not a bad man, you see.
and be bad no intention of wronging
I an innocent person."
Darwin K. Anthonys pallor matched
Ilers as be read the sheet: then he ex-
claimed weakly: "Thank God! Some Something
thing Something told me to come straight to you.
Se-uething always tells me where to
find the heart of things."
Kirk was considerably surprised that
afternoon when a sergeant and two
policemen came to his cell, signifying
tluit be was to accompany them, lie
could uot make out where they were
taking him. and. despite their unusual
politeness, they were dense to all in
epiiries. The coach drew up at last
before a large, white building, and be
was told to descend. Up a flight of
stairs he was escorted, his pulses
quickening with apprehension, down a
long corridor and into a large room,
where he saw Runnels. Colonel Jol Jol-son.
son. Jol-son. Anson. Clifford, a dozen or more
Panamanian officials and be stopped
in his tracks as his eyes fell upon a 1
huge, white crowned figure that came
to .meet him. 0
A certain harsh yet tender voice pro pronounced
nounced pronounced his name. He felt his hands
crushed in bis father's palms, found
the old man's arm about his shoulders
and saw the deep set. steel blue eyes
be loved so well wet and shiny. A
sudden sense of security swept over
him. banishing all bis fears.
"My kid!" the old man said, shak shak-ingly.
ingly. shak-ingly. "H-how have they treated you.
Buster?" It was a nickname he had
given his son when he was a sturdy,
round faced urchin of eight?
"You came, didn't you Ty Kirk said,
in a voice not at all like his own.
"Of course I came, the instant Clif Clifford
ford Clifford cabled me that these idiots had
arrested you Uy They'll sweat
for this! How are you anyhow. Kirk.';
Dammit, you need a shave! Wouldn't
they give you a razor? Hey. Clifford.
Colonel Jolson. come here! These
scoundrels wouldn't give him a shave
1 suppose you're hungry, too; well,
so'm I. We'll be out of here" in a min-
ute. then you show me the best place
in town, and we II have a decent meal.
. n Tn,
just we two. the way we used to. I II
av the Mil. Great Scott! But I've
missed you. Buster!"
"Wait. dad" Kirk Was smiling, but
his heart ached at his father's emotion
i'm a y.'M bird, you know. They
think I k !!! 1 a fellow. I'.ut I don't
rare much v!,:,t they think now."
"That's .ver." Clifford broke in
"We've squared that, and you'll be j
Hir.fi:i r-.l in ttn mitilltis"
-Ortainlv.-said the father. "Cortland! in their respective districts can reg reg-shot
shot reg-shot himself. AnylHMly but a blither- j ister at my office in Ocala any day
in- Spanish ass would have known it j (Sundays excepted) between March
at the start We have a letter bel",th and April loth. D. M. Barco,
wrote to his wife an hour before he Supervisor Registration Marion Co.,
did it. She just found it and turned it ;
over. She left here a moment ago. by j
the way. all b-oken up She's a great
woman. Kirk. That's not all. either
Clifford followed you that night and
knows you didn't go near Cortlandt j
Oh. you should have seen em jump!
when we tfcished it on em all at once,
and they learned who I was!"
"But those men who swore they saw
B.-ih We've cot that little fellow
with the mustache, and both his wit
aved Girl's life
"I want to tell you what
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COMMITTEES OF THE COUNCIL
Finance E. E. Robinson, chair chairman;
man; chairman; M. J. Roess, C. W. Hunter.
Judiciary M. J. Roess, chairman;
C. Bennett, H. A. Fausett.
Street W. A. Knight, chairman;
G A. Carmichael, E. E. Robinson.
Cemetery J. C. Smith, chairman;
j E- Robinson, M. J. Roess.
Fire E. C. Bennett, chairman; J.
X. Tolar, H. A. Fausett.
Police C. W. Hunter, chairman;
j v.'. A. Knight, J. X. Tolar.
MarkPtj. x. Tolar, chairman; J.
c gm R A Fausett
; Sanitary C. Hunter, chair-
n!an A- ausett. Smith,
! Building--!!. A. Fausett. chair-
j man; J. C. Smith, J. X. Tolar.
j Light and Water M. J. Roess.
; a. Knight, G. A. Carmichael.
t IJEGISTKATION XOTICI
All persons who failed 1o register
Office upstairs in court house.
ORDER OF EASTERX STAR
Ocala Chapter, Xo. 29, O. E. S.
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evening3 of face
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown. W. M.
- j Miss Florrie Condon, Sec'y.
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OCALA CHURCH DIRECTORY
PRESBYTERIAX Corner of Ft.
King avenue and Watula street; pas pastor
tor pastor W. H. Dodge; residence 309 B't.
King avenue; phone 233. Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a.m.;.
superintendent W. H. Dodge; morn morning
ing morning sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Mis Mission
sion Mission Society 3 p. m.; evening sermon
7:15 o'clock. Midweek prayer meet meeting
ing meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30.
CATHOLIC Xorth Magnolia St.;
priest, D. Bottolacio; residence 327
Xorth Orange street; Sunday ser services:
vices: services: High mass 10 a. m.; vespgr
5 p. m.; Sunday school 3 to 5 p. m.;
communion services second Sundays
6:30 a. m.; also regular service.
EPISCOPAL Corner S. Broadway
and Watula streets; rector, Rev. Jas.
G. Glass; residence 311 S. Broadway;
phone 415. Sunday services: Holy
communion 7:30 a. m.: Sunday
school, 9:45 a. m.; morning prayer,
litany and sermon 11 a. m.; evening
prayer 7:30 p. m.; choir practice
T:30 p. m. Friday; meetings .of ves vestry
try vestry and societies at hours appointed.
METHODIST Corner Fort King
avenue and South Main street; pas pas-or
or pas-or J. M. Gross; residence 99 Fort
Ming averue; phone 157; Sunday
(services: Sunday school 9:ju a. m..
superintendent L. X. Green; morn morning
ing morning sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League 4 p. m.;" Senior Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League f,:C0 p. m.; evening
sermon 7 o'clock. Midweek prayer
meeting Wednesday evening 7:30.
Choir practice Friday evening at the
BAPTIST Corner Xorth Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia and Xorth Second streets; pastor
Bunyan Stephens; residence 520 Ok Ok-iawaha
iawaha Ok-iawaha avenue; phone 314; Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
superintendent W. T. Gary; morning
sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Baptist
Young People's Union 4 p. m.; Sen Senior
ior Senior Baptist Young People's Union
6:45 p. m.; evening sermon 7:30 p.
m. Midweek prayer meeting Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening 7:30 o'clock.
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