The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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

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For All of the Comes
FURMITURE
AT RIGHT PRICES
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VOL. 18.
OCALA, FLORIDA. MONDAY. JANUARY 22. 1912.
NO. 201,
THE FURNITURE MEN

5

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Add re Delivered by Mr. Ilrantler
Weathers Hefore the Daughter of
the Confederaev, Jan 1, 1912

come

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'Wh

lo

Lee

f.es the
rther we

and in so
real hero
jeholi him

FULLER & AYER
DENTAL SURGEONS
Office over Monroe & Chambliss B'k.
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.

J.LCHACE.
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 0, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block.

ORANGE SPRINGS

OCALA

FLORIDA

TERMS. CASH

L. F. BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Commercial Hank
OCALA FLORIDA
Office Hours, 8 to 12 a. m, 1 to 5
p. in. Phone 21?..
TERMS. CASH.

F. E. McCLANE
Physician and Surgeon
General Practice Calls Made Prompt-
If ignt or Day.
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women and Children.
Office Rooms 1, 2, 3, 1, 5 and 6, Holder
Building, Second Floor. Phones.
Of Hce No. 333; Residence No. 333

Orange Springs. Jan. 18. Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. Drake of Tampico, Mexico,
were guests of the Porter House sev several
eral several days last week.
Mr. John Franklin of Anderson, Ind..
is visiting his niece, Mrs. Frank Ted Ted-rick.
rick. Ted-rick. Mr. Norman Peterson of North Da Dakota,
kota, Dakota, who has been spending several
weeks at the springs, left Sunday for

a visit to Miami and will probably j

spend the winter there.
Mr. James A. Coe of Newark, N. J.,
is reentered at the Porter House.
Miss Lillian Pedrick spent several
days of last week in Fort McCoy.
Mrs. McKernes of Salt Lake, Utah,
was among the arrivals last Tuesday.
Mr. Fred Zeorb has finished hi3 new
home.
Mr. W. F. Jordan and his friend, Mr.
John Rast of Moultrie, Ga., paid Ocala
a visit last Monday.
Mr. Guy Manning and daughter of
Wankegan, 111., arrived here last week
to inspect the place.
Mr. II. D. Montavel of Burbank was
a visitor at the spring last week and
a guest of the Porter House.
Mr. John F. MeMurtry has resigned
his position as teacher here and will
go back to Nicholasville, Ky., and Miss
Frances Faglie. of Madison, will teach
the unfinished term.
Mr. Lord will preach here this week
as he has been changed from his for former
mer former place, and Mr. M. O. Williams, who
was to have charge of the church here,
has been sent back to Reddick.
Captain Smith went down to Ocala
Monday.
Mr. D. P. Deney, who came here a
short time ago and settled on hi3

farm a short distance from town, Redsoji 0j iis native Virginia.

Mr. Weathers prefaced hi.-? address
with the explanation that this speech
was originally made before a North Northern
ern Northern audience, perhaps almost a crit critical
ical critical audience, with the aim and inten intention
tion intention of convincing them of facts which
we all know too well. For this rea reason
son reason parts are superfluous, and again
not so eulogistic as he would have
wished.
Far to the .southward there is a
name held Jear to Southern people
above the names of men. The idol of
the South has, during forty years suc succeeding
ceeding succeeding his death, become an idol of
the nation. All America looks to the
vanquished leader, General Robert E.
Lee, with an admiration actuated not
by commiseration, but rather by the
transcendent life he lived.
Essentially he was a man of charac character
ter character in all that the word implies of
habitual self-possession, habitual re regard
gard regard to interior and constitutional
motives. Side by side in the school
houses throughout the nation. North
and South, hang images of Lincoln
and Lee. The youth of today is taught
ad admiration of these ideal charac characters,
ters, characters, irrespective of previous environ environment.
ment. environment. The heart of the Southern child

is touched by the human greatness,
the human tenderness, and the human
wisdom of the truest friend of the
South in her darkest days. And the
child of the North is inspired by the
self-sacrifice and devotion of the mil military
itary military genius who commanded the Con Confederacy.
federacy. Confederacy. "A great revolution need never
apologize for nor explain itself.
The fact that it is there is the best
evidence of its right to be there." We
know from Lee's own hand that he
considered secession anarchy that he
would gladly have sacrificed the four
million slaves, had they been his. to
preserve the Union.
The die was cast when he declined
the command of the Federal army. It
should be the labor of a sympathetic
dramatist, who could -understand and
interpret the soul of Lee to picture
him as, in great perplexity, he "walk "walked
ed "walked the broad, pillared veranda of his
noble Arlington house, hs eyes glanc glancing
ing glancing across the river at the flag of
his country waving above the dome

of the capitol. and then Testing on the

command of the federal
t the battles and share
of his own people, pro pro-liie
liie pro-liie heights in front of

f combat; walking under
ithout a murmur of condi

tion that r.a r.a-brief
brief r.a-brief a time
that he was.
der-iinin? the
army to f;gi
the miseries
claiming on

Gettysburg that the fault of the dis disaster
aster disaster was his own: leading- charges in

tne crisis, o
the yoke wi

plaint, or refusing fortunes to go to
Washington College there to train the
youth of his country in the paths of
duty he is ever the same, meek, grand,
self sacrificing spirit." The time is
coming, in very truth is almost here,
when the prophecy of Henry Watter Watter-son
son Watter-son will be realized when hanging
over many a mantle-board in fair New
England, glorifying many a cottage in
the Sunny South will be seen bound
together in everla-ting love and honor
two crossed s words, carried to battle
respectively by the grandfather who
wore the blue and the grandfather
who wore the gray.
The two sections revere their sev several
eral several heroes for their respective ser-

S 1. II

House Committee Give the Pare Food
Expert a Clean Hill In Ills Contro Controversy
versy Controversy with WilKon and MrCabe

vices,

but together

mutual admiration
heroic deeds, whose

DR. J. T. SHAW. VETERINARIAN
Graduate of the United States Col College
lege College of Veterinary Surgeons,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
Located at the Jonea Ilonpltal on South
KlrM Street. Went
OCALA, FLORID
All Calls Promptly Answered.

last week, falling dead in the road.

His body was taken to Palatka, where
it was embalmed and sent to his fam family
ily family in Spokane, Wash. Mr. Deney
made many friends here who are deep deeply
ly deeply grieved over his sad demise and he
was greatly missed.

A GIRL'S WILD MIDNIGHT RIDE

W. C. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION

To warn people of a fearful forest
fire in the Catskills a young girl rode
horseback at midnight and saved many
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are often saved by Dr. King's New
Discovery In curing lung trouble,
coughs and colds, which might have

'ended in consumption or pneumonia.

"It cured me of a dreadful cough and
lung disease," writes W. R. Patterson,
Wellington, Texas, "after four In our
family had died with consumption,
and I gained 87 pounds." Nothing so
sure and safe for all throat and lung
troubles. Price 50c and $1. Trial
bottle free. Guaranteed by Tydings &
Company.

P. O. BOX 40

OCALA. FLA.

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PRACTICAL PAl,TEUS AND PAPER
DECORATORS

Work Contracted for Anywhere In
Florida. No Jb Too large; None Too
Small.
28j S. Magnolia St.. Ocala, Fla.

STORE FOR RENT

The new and handsome store room,
roomy and modern plate glass front.
Possession at once, and can be fitted
up according to needs of tenant. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.

KEATINGS CAFE
Charles Rodoff, Proprietor.
Deat Quick Lnnrh Keating: House
In the City
Apalachfcola and Cedar Key
Oysters In All Stylea
Everything that is good
to eat, properly served
Right Now, when you
want it. All Delicacies
of the Season.

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ITI'S

Sewing Machine
Bargains
We have a number of Sewing Ma Machines
chines Machines to close out. Standard Makes,
In Slightly Used and Second Hand; all
In perfect order and guaranteed. Will
be sold at most remarkably low prices
for cash, or on installment.
Machines for Rent
OCALA FURNITURE COMPANY
New Boilding Back of Variety Store
OTHER BARGAIN'S TOO, AT
"SMITH'S

THE DANGER OF LaGRIPPE
is its fatal tendency to pneumonia. To
cure your lagrippe cough take Foley's
Honey and Tar Campound. R. E. Fish Fisher,
er, Fisher, Washington, Kas., says: "I was
troubled with a severe attack of la la-grippe
grippe la-grippe that threatened pneumonia. A
friend advised Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound and I got relief after tak taking
ing taking the first few doses. I took three

bottles and my lagrippe was cured."
Get the genuine, in the yellow pack package.
age. package. Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

NOTICE
The hoard of eounty commissioners
will receive bids for ten head of mules
for road work, on Wednesday, Feb.
7th, 1912, at noon.
S. T. Sistrunk. Clerk.

$10O PER PLATE
was paid at a banquet to Henry Clay,
in New Orleans In 1842. Mighty cost costly
ly costly for those with stomach trouble or
indigestion. Today people everywhere
use Dr. King's New Life Pills for these
troubles as well as liver, kidney and
bowel disorders. Easy, safe. sure.
Only 25c at Tydings & Co.

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER

Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

HART LINE SCHEDULE
The Hart Line steamers will leave
Silver Springs at 2 o'clock Tuesdays,

Thursdays and Saturdays. Tickets and

reservations at the office of Mr. W. W.

Condon.

FOLEY'S HONEY
AND TAR COMPOUND
is a reliable family medicine. Give It
to your children, and take it yourself
when you feel a cold coming on. It
checks and cures coughs and colds and
croup and prevents bronchitis and
pneumonia. Sold by Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore.

When In Need of an .Into, Ring; Up
J. H. SMITH

At the Florida Auto Salea Company's

Garage
PHONE 78

PRICES REASONABLE. GOOD CARS

Charles Durham, Lovlngton. 111., has

succeeded In finding a positive cure for
bed wetting. "My little boy wet the

bed every night clear through on the

floor. I tried several kinds of kidney

medicine and I was in the drugstore
looking for something different to help
him when I heard of Foley Kidney

Pills. After he had taken them two

days we could see a change and when
he had taken two-thirds of a bottle he
was cured. That Is about six weeks

ago and he has not wet in bed since
Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

It was the logic of sympathy that
finally prevailed. He probably pictured
himself at the head of an army march

ing against his cherished Arlington

and his native state.

Do you still hold Iee guilty of trea

son: in order tnat tnere may not ne

the slightest of a question as to this
let us investigate the motive underly underlying
ing underlying the action of his choice. Was it

devoid of selfishness, was it free from

any baser and more sordid worldly
motive ambition, pride, jealousy, re revenge
venge revenge or self-interest? Was Lee
guilty of any of these? "When after
long and trying mental wrestling he
threw in his fate with Virginia, he
knowingly sacrificed everything that
man prizes most; his dearly beloved
home, his means of support, his pro professional
fessional professional standing, his associates, a
brilliant and assured future." Call him
a renegade to the flag to which he
swore allegiance if you choose, but I
count that step in perfect accord with
the remainder of the life of the high high-minded,
minded, high-minded, self-sacrificing man. Surely
never was personal interest set more
at naught.

Grady has pictured with wonderful
vividness, the ragged, half-starved
Confederate soldier returning from
Appomatox to his devastated home,
there to find his slaves free. The en entire
tire entire social, political and economic
status of his country was now to be
regenerated.
Never did a vanquished hero adapt
himself more readily to changed con conditions.
ditions. conditions. Never was there evinced more
loyalty and fidelity to the now re reunited
united reunited states. Never were the prob

lems of the South more fully compre comprehended,
hended, comprehended, and a more sure and peaceful
solution urged, than by this daring.

sagacious and oft victorious leader.

Think of him as a man of fifty

years of age, wearied by the cam campaigns
paigns campaigns of a ghastly four years' war,

his character the subject of unjust at

tacks by the overbearing, domineering
leaders of the North, his citizenship
denied him; in fact, under an indict indictment
ment indictment for treason. What does he do.

this hero in gray, with a heart of gold?

Refusing a lucrative business opening.

refusing the opportunity to flee with
his followers to the frontier of Mex Mexico,
ico, Mexico, refusing a landed estate in the
beautiful lake country of England, he
gave his all to the training of young

men at Lexington to do their dutv In

life. He said at the time:

'The thought of abandoning my

country and all that must be left in it

is abhorent to my feelings, and I pre

fer to struggle. for its restoration, and

to share its fate, rather than to give
up all as lost. I have led the young
men of the South to battle; I have
seen many of them die on the field. I

cannot desert my native state in her

hour of adversity. I must abide her
fortune and share her fate."

This period of five years as presi

dent of Washington College was in
many respects the most remarkable as

well as the most creditable of Lee's

life. "They impressed unmistakably
upon it the stamp of true greatness."

Not only did he found at this early

date the fundamentals of the true uni

versity through a complete classical
and literary culture, but of far great greater
er greater Importance at this time was the

mighty influence of his personal char

acter. This feature cannot be over
estimated, for it was at this formative

stage of development that such a per personality
sonality personality as Lee's was capable of guid guiding
ing guiding into loyalty and good citizenship
the youth of his country environed by
lawlessness and vice.
"Here in the calm repose of civil and
domestic duties and in the trying
routine of incessant tasks he lived a
life as high as when, day by day, he
marshalled and led his thin, and wast wasting
ing wasting lines, and slept by night upon
the fields that on the morrow were to
be trenched in blood."
Real heroism Is founded upon -unselfishness,
with sacrifice as its high highest
est highest expression.
The strong, honest, fearless, upright
man sooner or later receives his re reward
ward reward from the world. The apprecla-

we share in the
of those whose
humanity in vic

tory and whose nobility in defeat,
stamp them forever as men of char character.
acter. character. Consideration of these men as mil military
itary military leaders is lost sight of when we
look and realize the principles under underlying
lying underlying their lives. The South of to today
day today fully appreciates the magnamity
and humanity of Grant at Appomatox.
As soon as military operations had
ceased, this hero, likewise with a
heart of gold, did the grandest and
noblest thing in his power, with the
simple stipulation that each officer
give h s own parole and one in behalf
of the men in his army, never again
to take up arms against the United
States government, they were permit permitted
ted permitted to return to their homes, retaining
their side arms and horses: an act un unprecedented
precedented unprecedented in the world's history of
revolutions.
Looking back to the gallant knight
of the crusades, we have a fitting
parallel to the life of Iee. Accepting
the cause of the weak and oppressed
he became their champion. There was
no sentimental, romantic glamor in involved
volved involved here but steadfast principles
of life that could not be overcome by
self-interest. The strife of war only
served to accentuate these principles

of his character. In his meek and
lowly way the remainder of his days
were spent in the realization of his
lofty purpose.
Such are the characteristics that we
require in a truly great American.
With a perseverance and patience in inherited
herited inherited from the early colonist who
braved the ocean and the wilderness,
with a steadfastness and faith to
a cause worthy of any martyr of the
Christian persecution, with an equa equa-namity
namity equa-namity and optimism under oppression
almost beyond conception, yet with a
gentleness and kindness which em

anated from the soul of the sincere
Christian gentleman, we have a char character
acter character whom we North and South ad admire
mire admire as a man, nay more, revere as a
great American.
Let us as a nation place him in our
minds on the highest pinnacle of true
American heroism. For therein we
demonstrate to all the world, who
know the life of the man, wliat kind
of men we ourselves are, or strive to
be.

Washington. Jan. 22 Dr. Harvey W.
Wiley, chief of the chemistry bureau
of the Department of Agriculture, the

storm center of the food .idmimstra-

tion last summer, is given a clean bill t

ui neaitn m tne report or tne Mouse

comm ttee tnat investigated charges i

and counter charges. The committee,
in its report which will be presented
to the House today. sustains Dr.
Wiley all along the line, except on un unimportant
important unimportant details.

HOW'S THIS?

We offer One Hundred Dollars Re Reward
ward Reward for any case of catarrh that can cannot
not cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney fc Co., Toledo. O.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligation made
by his firm.
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin.
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter

nally, acting directly upon the blood

and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.

DUPOXT CO'S. DEMONSTRATION

You are invited to attend a demon demonstration
stration demonstration of the use of explosives for
various purposes on the farm, such as
blasting stumps and boulders, break breaking
ing breaking up hard pan and subsoil, digging
ditches, planting trees, removing old
soil, etc., to be givt-n on January 25,
at 10 a. m. on the property of H. A.
Fausett, north of fair grounds, Ocala,
Fla.
A representative of the Du Pont
Company will be on hand, and we are
promised a demonstration that will be
both interesting and Instructive. Try
to be present.
Yours truly,
Marion Hardware Company.

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Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. M'lVER, Funeral Director
All Work Done by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed.
Phones: D. E. Mclver, 104; Sam
Pyles, 380; Undertaking Office. 47.

For years J. S. Donahue, So. Haven,

Mich., a civil war veteran, as a light-

house keeper, averted awful wrecks,
but a queer fact is, he might have been
a wreck himself. If Electric Bitters
had not prevented. "They cured me of
kidney trouble and chills," he writes,
"after I had taken other so-called
cures for years, without benefit and
they also improved my sight. Now, at
seventy, I am feeling fine." For dys dyspepsia,
pepsia, dyspepsia, indigestion, all stomach, liver

and kidney troubles, they're without

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at Ty-

M E RCH A NT'S CAFE
OPEN ALL NIGHT

The Merchant's Cafe Is now open
night and day. Meals and lunches can
be had at any hour of the day or night.
First class service is guaranteed at
any hour of the night, as well as day.
J. R. Dewey, Proprietor.

IF YOU KNEW
The merits of Hall's Texas Wonder you
would never suffer from kidney, blad bladder
der bladder or rheumatic troubles. A dollar
bottle Is sixty days treatment. Seldom
one bottle fails to cure. Send for tes testimonials.
timonials. testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive
St., St. Louis, Mo. Sold by all druggists.

HAMMOCK LAND FOB SALE

C. J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
Plans ana specifications Furnished
Upon Request.
129 South Third Street
OCALA FLORIDA

JERRY BURNETT
THE TAILOR

Who la
Corner

Now In m tw IlalMIng,
South Flrat and Magnolia
Streets Phone 73

WINTER SAMPLES AND
PIECE COODS NOW
IN STOCK
Call and look them over and

600 acres of very fine hammock land
for sale by the owner. This land lies
south of Mr. Sistrunk's stock farm on
the Oklawaha river, and is as fertile
as any land in the state, and is going
at a bargain price. S. S. Savage, Jr.,
Ocala, Fla. l-17-6t

Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
"CURES IN EVERY CASE"

Mr. James McCaffery. manager of the
Schlitz Hotel, Omaha, Neb., recommends
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, be because
cause because it cures in every case. "I have
used it myself and I have recommend recommended
ed recommended it to many others who have since
told me of its great curative power in
diseases of the throat and lungs." For
all coughs and colds it Is speedily ef effective.
fective. effective. Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

FOR SALE CHEAP

FOR SALE a Rayo 150-egg incuba incubator,
tor, incubator, nearly new; also one three-burner
oil stove with oven. Will sell cheap
for cash. Apply at Star office. 1-15-Ct

give your order now
handsome fall tailor
suit of clothes

for a
made

ORLANDO,
JACKSONVILLE
SLEEPER
OYER THE
Seaboard
I'asoing Ocala for Orlando
1:30 Night
I'aIng Oeala for Jacksonville
2:10 Night
For reservation and Information
call on

S. B. HARRIS

City Tasscager Agent,
Phone 129, Merchant's Block

FRIGHTFUL POLAR WINDS
blow with terrific force at the far
north and play havoc with the skin,
causing red, rough or sore chapped
hands and lips, that need Bucklen's
Arnica Salve to heal them. It makes
the skin soft and smooth. Unrivaled
for cold sores, also burns, boils, sores,
ulcers, cuts, bruises and piles. Only
25 cents at Tydings &. Co.

PAINTING TAUGHT

Lessons in oil, water colors and free freehand
hand freehand drawing. Robin F. Gray. No. 4 4,
Sanchez street.

FOLEY'S KIDNEY PILLS
alwavs give satisfaction because they

T. Shelnut,

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Kidnev Pills with great satisfaction

j and found more relief from their use
I than from any other kidney medicine,
f and I've tried almost all kinds. I can
! cheerfully recommend them to all suf sufferers
ferers sufferers for kidney and bladder trouble."
! Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

INCUBATOR FOR SALE

120-egg incubator, $7.50. Now 13 the

best time to hatch your chicks. Q. E.
! Peacock, care Star office.

When given as

soon as

the croupy

cough appears Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy will ward off an attack of
croup and prevent all danger and
cause for anxiety. Thousands of
mothers use it successfully. Sold by
all dealers.

A GREAT HOUSE FURNISHING
ESTABLISHMENT
Following are Just a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Carried in oar Great Furniture, Hardware,
House Furnishing and General Supply Store. Come
in and look the stock over, you will find many
things you want.
For the Office
Roll and Flat Top Desks, Typewriter Desks, Stenographer's
Desks, Office Chairs, Stools, Sofas, Etc.
For the Dining Room
Handsome Round or Square Extension Tables, Dining Chairs,
Rugs, Sideboards and Chiffoniers, Bouffets, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets, Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
Parlor Furniture
Handsome Mahogany, Oak, Willow or Mission Chairs, Straight
Hacked or Rockers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Rugs and Carpets, Pic-
tures.
Library Furniture
Handsome Rook Cases, Combination Book Cases and Desks,
Library Tables, Settees, Rugs, Screens, Lamps, Etc
Bedroom Furniture
Beautiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Birdseye
Maple or Mahogany. Beautiful Iron and Brass Beds In over Fifty
Different Varieties and Prices. Rugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers and
Wardrobes, Toilet Sets, Blankets, Comforts and Linens.
For The Hall
Beautiful Hall Racks of all Sizes and Styles and any Kind of
Wood Desired, Mirrors, Rugs and Mattings, Crennes Portier Cur Curtains.
tains. Curtains. '. )
For The Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Refrigerators and Ice Chests in Several Different
Makes and Styles and any Size or Price Desired. Stoves and Ranges
in Either Wood or Oil Burners. Kitchen Cabinets and Tables.
Hardware Department
Anything Desired in Silverware for the Table, Cutlery and
Sissors in our Hardware Department; Shotguns, Rifles and Ammu Ammunition;
nition; Ammunition; Fire Sets, Screens and Irons, Etc.
Picture Department
We Have the Best Collection of Pictures in the Ait Department
that the City Can Show. Pictures, Large and Small, Framed or
Unf rained, in any Subject and for any Part of the Home. Picture
Frames and Pictures Framed to Order, and Hundreds of Samples of
Framing to Select from.
Carriage and Harness Dept
Buggies, Carriages and Wagons for all Purposes, Harness, Sad Sad-Domestic
Domestic Sad-Domestic and Imported, Art Squares, Mattings, Etc, In the Coutnry.
dies, Lap Robes, Whips and Everything for the Horse or Vehicle.
McIVER & MacKAY
PHONE 47 North Magnolia St. OCALA, FLA.

Owing to the rapid increase in our business and a need
of additional room, we have moved into the store formerly
occupied by the paint department of the Ocala Lumber &
Supply Company, with A. M. Lansford, the music lealer,
OPPOSITE THE BANNER OFFICE.
We are now better prepared than ever to handle your
Tailoring, Cleaning and Pressing.

THE JEFFCOAT TAILORING CO.
MERCHANT TAILORS OCALA, FLO CD A



OCAIA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 1912.

OCALA EVENING STAR

Bittinger & Carroll Proprietors.

R. R. Carroll, Business Manager.

J. H. Benjamin, Editor.

BRYAN

Ocala Is just as large a3 any other
place this evening, for there is only only-one
one only-one Bryan, and he cannot be in more

than one place at a time, and since he
la In Ocala it Is as large as Lincoln,
Chicago, New York or London.
No other man looms up in public
life with the wholesome largeness of
Mr. Bryan. Measured by the standard
of temporary success he has been a
failure. Measured by the confidence
of his fellow men, he has been suc successful
cessful successful indeed.
When, sixteen years ago, Bryan
stepped with one stride from com comparative
parative comparative obscurity to the brightest
light of publicity, the little Daily Daily-Star,
Star, Daily-Star, then edited by A. L. Harding, one
of the most sincere of men, gave him
loyal and enthusiastic support. Those
who followed Mr. Harding on the Star
have never anticipated Mr. Bryan's

keep silent. Eut where he i3 compell compelled
ed compelled to speak he must speak truthfully
or lose his self-respect. The question
was one impossible of evasion because
evasion would have been equivalent to
a candid answer.

FLORIDA BAPTIST CONVENTION

Ocala will be honored lhi3 week in
the meeting of the representative Bap Baptists
tists Baptists of the state. The Baptist, in
point of numbers, Is second among the
denominations of Florida, and is not
excelled by any in its good works.
Many of our most prominent men are
counted in its membership and its
churches always stand for the best
there Is in public and private morals.
There Is not a community of any
size in Florida without a Baptist
church, and the delegates here this
week will represent forty thousand of
as good people as there are In the
world. It will be worth a great deal
to our city from a material aa well as
a moral standpoint to have them re return
turn return to their homes with a high opin opinion
ion opinion of Ocala, and we hope that all our
people, without regard to denomina denominational
tional denominational lines, will vie with each other
in showing them hospitality.

The "literary bureau" in Jackson

ville, that the Star has referred to two

success in subsequent elections with or three times before is now sending

the confidence that earnest and honest

journalist had in 1896, but he had no
greater faith than theirs in the Ne Ne-braskan's
braskan's Ne-braskan's devotion to a high and noble
conception of statesmanship.
It Is said by his critics that Mr.

Bryan Is not practical. That he is not
Is simply because we will not practice
that which might "be best for U3. No
one has heard Mr. Bryan advocate any
policy that would not be good for the
country if It was intelligently and
honestly carried out. It is constantly
argued against him that his ideals are
too high but suppose we all tried to
live up to them.
Mr. Bryan is the foe of special priv privileges.
ileges. privileges. Special privileges has ruined
nation after nation, and is steadily
gaining ground in this country. If we
do not check It in these days, when we
can do so by peaceful means, it will
gTOW until it will take a revolution to
destroy it. One reason and another is
given why Mr. Bryan's policies will not
work, but the real objection to most
of them Is that so many of the people
have not the bravery and self-denial
to put them to work.
Mr. Bryan has made his mistakes,
but they have been honest ones. His
frlend3 have never had to apologize
for his motives. He has never had a
political boss. He has never advocat advocated
ed advocated expediency at the expense of truth.
He has never been accused of corrupt
practices. He has never abused or
slandered those who disagreed with
him and he has never failed his
friends. No man In public life has ever
had a cleaner record, personally or po politically.
litically. politically. Mr. Bryan has never had the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to put his theories into prac

tice.

In use by his polit

their merit proven.
As the Star said a few days ago,
Bryan occupies much the same posi position
tion position In American politics that Glad Gladstone
stone Gladstone filled In British. But the Eng Eng-light"
light" Eng-light" gave Gladstone success where we
nave" given Bryan defeat. The hands
of the clock were not turned back backward
ward backward In the British empire during
Gladstone's administrations, and the
Star doubts that any evil that might
have been brought upon us by Bryan's
election would have been as great as
some we have suffered from under
McKInley and Roosevelt. This nation
has not trodden primrose paths since
96, any more than it did before.
Mr. Bryan may never be president,
but no president ever held a highel
place in the public esteem than he. No
man In America today has as great a
share of the confidence and good-will
of the plain people. And he Isn't an
old man, by any means, ami public
policy comes nearer his way every
day.
The Star hopes Mr. Bryan will have
a full-sized audience tonight. His
lecture Is one that Is Indeed worth the
hearing of every thoughtful man and
woman. And it is worth anyone's
while to hear and see Bryan. More More-.
. More-. over, his lecture Is given in a most
worthy cause, and one in which Ocala
has a vital interest. So buy your
tickets Tight away, and be in your
seats in good time, so that tonight
will be an event in your lives to remember.

out elaborate batches of copy, wrapped
up in which are artistic puffs for one

of the candidates for the gubernatorial
office. The Star knows and esteems
this candidate, and will give him a

straight tip. He is wasting his mon

ey. The intelligent newspaper men of

this state are on to the methods of the

said literary bureau and are not print

ing Its "special dispatches." If the

said candidate will use the same
amount of cash in sending his platform
in straight advertising to the Florida

press, it will bring him much better

returns. The pipers will print his
opinions so they cannot be misunder misunderstood,
stood, misunderstood, and those favorable to him will

give them the proper comment. The
plan of sending them out as news will
not deceive anyone of intelligence and
will Insure their going into the waste
basket in every office where the editors

have energy enough to prepare their

own copy.

A distinguished party of United

States senators, congressmen, army

and navy officers, special representa

tives of President Taft, attaches of

foreign powers, besides a score of

other government officials, nearly 100

persons in all, arrived In Jacksonville

in a palatial special train Saturday

from the national capital, en route to

Key West, to be present at the cele

bration of the arrival of the first trains
over the Florida East Coast Railway
to the Island City today. After being
hospitably entertained in Jacksonville,
they left Sunday for Key West. Con Congressman
gressman Congressman S. M. Sparkman of this dis district
trict district was practically the leader of the

fparty.

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Scatts Now on Sale at Court Pharmacy.

Prices 50c, 75c, $1 and $1.50

But many of them have been put B lg th.n Qf locSLtlrigln
use by his political enemies and L,.:J , .

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much better if it carried a Pensacola

date line, and if the editor insists upon
growing onions Mr. McQuarrie says the

Escambia soil will suit the purpose.
Pensacola Journal.
Yes, but they have hurricanes and
other disadvantages in Pensacola. If

Mr. Bryan comes to Florida, the really,

truly place for him is Ocala.

Senator Albert B. Cummins of Iowa,
progressive republican, announces his
candidacy for the republican presiden presidential
tial presidential nomination by a statement in
which he says that if the republicans
of Iowa believe him a fit man to urge
before the Chicago convention he will
accept their decision.

AT THE BAPTIST CHURCH

New York women, or some of them,
will boycott the use of butter for the
next thirty days, to bring down the
price of that delicacy. If all house housewives
wives housewives could "bake biscuit as toothsome toothsome-ly
ly toothsome-ly as some Ocala ladies we know,
very little butter would be needed to
enable them to go down.

STATES THE CASE SUCCINCTLY

Mrs. Oliver II. P. Belmont, wife of
the well-known New York capitalist,
threatens to start a daily paper for
women, of women and by women.
Ieres betting a chew of gum that it
goes bust.

SfiGhe Banner suggests Mr. Z. C.

Qhimbljss of Ocala for governor. .The
Stir would : have nominated him long
ago If It hadn't known he couldn't be
driven into the office '"with a pitchfork.

The men on the Times-Union can
say the right thing at the right time
If they will (or rather if they are al allowed
lowed allowed to). The following about the
Wilson-Harvey incident is the most
correct and concise summing up of the
matter we have seen:
A great ado has been made over the
fact that Gov. Wilson told the editor
of Harper's Weekly that he believed
the support of that paper was doing
him more harm than good. Gov. Wil Wilson
son Wilson had reason for a feeling of grati gratitude
tude gratitude to Col. Harvey and if he had
volunteered this blunt statement to
him he would have deserved the con contempt
tempt contempt that attaches to an ingrate. But
since he made the statement only in
reply to a direct question we do not
know how he could honorably have an answered
swered answered differently if he really believed
the support of the paper was injuring
him. No man but a fool feels it his
duty to always tell the truth. He can

A MAN and A BRIDGE
A MAN and A BANK

What would you think of
a man who would go to all
the trouble and inconvenience
of swimming a stream when
there was a bridge nearby?
You are urged to use this
bank as a bridge across your
Btream of business needs.
U. S. POSTAL SAVINGS
BANK DEPOSITORY
THE
UUNROE & GHAMBLISS
BANK
OCALA - FLORIDA

The government is going to prose prosecute
cute prosecute the International Harvester Com Company.
pany. Company. We sincerely hope it won't put
J. C. Wheeler or Bob Conner in Jail.

The charred remains of three wom women
en women were found in the ruins of the his historical
torical historical Revere House in Boston, which
was burned last week.

Up to Jan. 1. 1912. four-fifths of the
excavation on the Panama canal had
been done.

Porto Rico is petitioning Congress to
give her the rights of a state.

PREPARING A GREAT
WELCOME IX PAL1TKA

Fur the People Expected at the Cele Celebration
bration Celebration of tbe Opening of the
Rents Railroad

(Palatka News)
At last the day has been definitely
fixed for the coming of the first train
to Palatka over the new Ocala North Northern
ern Northern Railway. The train will arrive
here next Thursday at 10:45 a. m. It
will be an excursion train from Ocala
and way points.
The Palatka board of trade has ar arranged
ranged arranged for the proper reception of the
crowd. A band has been engaged and
the excursion will be met at the Palat Palatka
ka Palatka depot of the Toad at the head of
North Third street, with music and
enough autos to convey the road of officials
ficials officials and their distinguished guests
through the city and to the hotels.
In the afternoon there will be auto
drives and motor boat races, and in the
evening a grand banquet and ball at
the Putnam House.
We are going to show E. P. Rentz
and his associates that we appreciate
the building of this railroad line direct
from Ocala to this city. The road taps
a fine section of country and a section
that is rapidly filling up with settlers
brought here by the Ocala-Burbank
and the Palatka-Burbank colonies.
Palatka cordially Invites everybody
to visit the city that day and assist In
the celebration.

The advent of the state convention
of the Baptist church brought out a
large congregation Sunday morning,
and if a few of the delegates had been
in hand it would have puzzled the
ushers to find seats for them, and Pas Pastor
tor Pastor Chapman would have to have got gotten
ten gotten up an overflow meeting or charter
a bigger church. Your reporter
with the humility for which the clan
is noted took a back seat and thereby
was enabled to observe all who enter entered
ed entered and it is his decided opinion that
whatever judgment the coming dele delegates
gates delegates may pass on the city of Ocala
and the people, they will assuredly
have to admit that the feminine por

tion of the church membership know
how, and do, indulge in fine raiment,

for a crowd of more richly dressed
women ia seldom seen either in this
city or any other.
Before the service proper the pastor
mentioned the subject of entertaining
the delegates, from which it appears
the church is having a strenuous time
of it not at all on account of any
want of hospitality on the part of the
congregation or their friends on the
outside, but because the city at this
time is full of visitors; not only are
the hotels and boarding houses crowd crowded
ed crowded to the limit, but everyone who has
a room to spare either has the same
rented or occupied by an invited
guest. It is a mistake to hold a con convention
vention convention in Florida at this season of
the year at the height of the visitors'
season. However some way will be
found to accommodate the delegates.
Some will occupy two homes during
their stay, that is, one home will sleep
them and another home with eat them.
While on this subject Dr. Chapman
told a funny incident of an occurrence
at some place where he was stationed
in Georgia. The delegates arrived on
one train and all the cooks left on the
next, but a little thing like that doesn't
phase an Ocala congregation when it
starts in to entertain a convention,
and there is no fear of any delegate
going home hungry.
Pastor Chapman spoke of the exer exercises
cises exercises tonight in the Baptist church, a
full program of which is published
elsewhere in today's Star. He said
that the two principal speakers, Dr.
Willingham of Richmond, and Dr. B.
D. Gray of Atlanta, were noted orators.
The latter he said ranked in the same
class as William Jennings Bryan and
that he expected every nook and cor corner
ner corner of the church to be filled, and that
chairs would be placed in the aisles to
accommodate the people.
The preacher then delivered a short
but forceful sermon on the subject of
"How and Why to Confess Christ." It
was full of beautiful utterances, and
strong points and hell the closest at attention
tention attention of the audience from first to
last, and but for the crowded condi condition
tion condition of our columns we would frive a
full report of same.

Everybody Is liable to "catch cold"
but those who give a cold proper at attention
tention attention never have serious lung dis diseases.
eases. diseases. It is neglect that makes them
serious. Prudent persons use BAL BAL-LARD'S
LARD'S BAL-LARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP as soon
as the trouble appears and the cold
is cured at once. Price 25c, 50c and
fl per bottle. Sold by all druggists.

Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

Ol CKMET OF WOMAN'S
.-tllSSIOXAHY lIO MEETING

Pleurisy pains are located Just below
the short ribs. Lumbago affects the
same region but toward the back.
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT is the
remedy in either case. If rubbed in
thoroughly it eases pain, relaxes the
muscles and the patient can move
about freely and comfortably. Price
23c. 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by
all druggists.

The annual meeting of the W. M. IT.
Auxiliary to the Baptist State Conven Convention,
tion, Convention, will open at the Presbyterian
church tomorrow morning at lt:30
o'clock, and will dismiss in time for
the convention sermon at the Baptist
church at 11 o'clock. Sessions will be
held Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoons, beginning promptly at
2 o'clock, at the Presbyterian church.
All the women of the city are cordial cordially
ly cordially invited to attend these meetings.
Each one who will speak is a spe specialist
cialist specialist along her line: cultured, intel

lectual, spiritual women who come
with a message that will give a broad broader
er broader view of life, its opportunities and

responsibilities. Special music will
add to the attractiveness of every ser service.
vice. service. Following is the program for the
first day:
Devotion Mrs. W. L C. Mahon.
Appointment of enrollment and press
committee.
Greetings Mrs. J. D .Chapman.
Response Mrs. J. A. Mellon.
Recognition of missionaries and dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished visitors.
Enrollment.
Annual address of president Mrs.
N. C. Wambodlt.
Announcements.
Hymn, prayer.
Adjourn for convention sermon.
2 p. m. Devotional Mrs. Edgar
Barnet t.
Reading of minutes.
Report of enrollment committee.
Appointment of- committees: Teni
perance, obituaries, resolutions, or orphanage.
phanage. orphanage. Story of the year's work Corre Corresponding
sponding Corresponding secretary.
Treasurer's report 'Mrs. H. C. Peel Peel-man.
man. Peel-man. Report of Y. W. A. Superintendent.
Mrs. Lee MacDonell.
Report of Sunbeam and R. A. Super Superintendent
intendent Superintendent Mrs. W. M. McDonald.
Mission study conference Led by
Miss J. Lucena Spalding.
Stato Missions Dr. S. B. Rogers.
Offering, song, dismission.

AMONG

I)K. CHILE'S LECTURE

Dr. W. II. Chase, state superintend superintendent
ent superintendent of the Anti-Saloon League, spoke
in the Presbyterian church Sunday
night. His topic was chiefly on the
nature of alcohol and its action on the
human system as demonstrated by
science, giving facts and figures to
prove that it was both a narcotic and
an irritant poison classed with mor morphine,
phine, morphine, cocaine and a few others, and
designated by the name of double pois poison;
on; poison; that in the use of liquor as a bev beverage
erage beverage it was only the alcohol that
created a desire for more liquor; that
when it had full possession of a man
he was always ensible of his a-ts at
the time but utterly oMlviou.- of the
results of that action.
He told of a man nearly ruined by
drink who sent word to a hrother in
a distant state that he was in dire dis distress
tress distress and that any help the said
brother could give h i m would hie high highly
ly highly appreciated. A few days later,
however, while under the ir.tluenee -of
liquor he sent a message to the same

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Because of my duties as superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of public instruction I cannot
give personal attention to my 100-acre
farm on the Elitehton hard road and
for this and the further reason that
I Teel the m.ey. T offer it for sale.
The feature- are a b.-auriful. healthful.

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CARN'S STORE

the necessity of

pood citizenship, and that many a tr--od
man was a bad citizen, because he
delegated every civic duty to someone
else. never attending to or taking
part in a primary or any other elec election.
tion. election. th' allowing the vicious elmnt
in society to dominate every c : y. stat
or national issue.
In speaking of the effects of alcohol
on the human system he sail that
scientists had proved that it was a fac factor
tor factor in producing tuberculosis. That in

the day? of slavery liquor was
itively forbidden to the colored
and consumption amonsr them
scarcely known, while today, w:
tendencv to absorb all the liquor

curable they are in danger of extermi extermination
nation extermination from the dread disease.
Dr. Chase is a clear, forceful speak speaker
er speaker and most thoroughly in earnest
about his work.

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new houses

for occupant and help, excellent barn
with stalls and outhouses: ZO acre3
well fence! in perfect cultivation, well
equipped with work stock, implements,
vehicles, harness and feed. Plant will
inventory $7000. but mu-t cro at or.ce.
All ready for immediate occupancy.
For all particulars see cr write,
J. H. CRINt'ON', Owner,
At Cocrthouse, Ocala, Fla.

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The Woman's Missionary Union of
the Baptist State Convention. which
meets in Ocala this week, will have
hari:e of the first session this eve evening
ning evening at 7:20 at the Baptist church.
The program for the meeting shows
subjects of world-wide interest to he
presented by the strongest and b-.t
speakers of the Baptist denomination
of the ,outh.
A Inr-re chorus composed of the
choir? of the different ehurche. of the
city, directed by Miss Porter, will lead
the sininar. The soloist for this meet meeting
ing meeting is Mrs. K. H Mote of I.eesbursr.
one of the sweetest singers in the
stat e.
Kvery person in Oala win appre appreciates
ciates appreciates the best in an intelectual. spirit spiritual
ual spiritual and artistic sense, cordially in-

Ocala, Florida
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from God."
Recessional.
Hymn by choir and congregation.
Devotional conducted by Dr. YV. D.
Nowlin. Lakeland.
Music. '"The Ansel" Rubenstein) by
" Woman's Chorus."
Introduction of speakers by Rev.
Frank Cramer. Orlando.
Address by Dr. R. B. WillinKham. of
Richmond, Va.
Missionary hymn hymn-Address
Address hymn-Address by Dr. B. D. Gray. Atlanta.
Solo by Mrs. K. II. Mote.
Introduction of missionaries by Dr.
R, J. Willintrham; Rev. J. C. Brand.
Japan, and Rev. and Mrs. Terry, Ever Evergreen.
green. Evergreen. La.
Offering Chipley Memorial.
Hymn.

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OCAIiA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 1912.

V
NEXT LYCEUM ENTERTAINMENT

Atosotatte Salfetty
Is the best thing we have to offer. Other induce inducements
ments inducements are only of secondary importance. Upon this
basis only do we solicit your patronage. Postpone
the getting of some things that you can get along
without and put the money in the bank. You have
never met a person with a bank account who re regretted
gretted regretted having started it. Why not start one today.
Many working men start a bank account and watch
it grow from month to month.
Deposits in any amount respectfully solicited,
and all alike will receive the same careful, cour courteous
teous courteous and prompt attention.

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Get It from Eeck; get It right.
K. of P. meet this evening-.
Elks meet Tuesday evening.

Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night-

Moose meet Thursday night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.

Eagles meet Sunday afternoon.
Mr. D. B. Mayo returned yesterday
from a visit to Jacksonville.

STATE BAPTISHOIIVEIITIOII
Llat -f Oeala Horaea that Will Eater Eater-tala
tala Eater-tala Delegate N'ext Week, and
Their Gurli
Following- Is an Incomplete list of
the delegates to the Florida State Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Convention, convening next Mon Monday
day Monday with the First Baptist' church of
this place. A "number of prominent
pastors- over the state have not yet
sent In .their names and a few names
already received have not been placed.
Mrs. Alfred Ayer. Rev. A. L. Prisoc,
Berlin; S. B. Cole. Madison.
Mrs.' J. W. Aiken, (room out. board
at Mrs. A. J. Brigance) G. W. Holmes.
Eastis;-Rev. W. G. Patterson, Eustis.
Miss Annie Atkinson, Mrs. C. Y. Byrd
and Mrs. C. W. Boche. Live Oak.
Mrs. A. J. Brigance, Miss York, Mrs.
A. R. Wise, Lake City; Miss Liela
Strong, Palatka; Mrs. George Steph Stephens,
ens, Stephens, Jennings.
Mrs. B. F. Borden. Rev. C. R. Phil Phillips.
lips. Phillips. S. L. Griggs. Mrs. T. N. Nichols,
Oxford.
Mrs. Jake Brown (room out. board
at Mrs. J. F. Thompson's) Mrs. M. Dixon
and Mrs. T. B. Much, Palatka.
Dr. L. F. Blalock (room out, board
at Mrs. Feltham) Rev. S. S. Mathi. W.
8. Morrow, Jasper.
Mrs. A. E. Burnett. R. T. Caddln (at
Colonial hotel).
L. F. Ballard, J. R. Summer and wife,
Dade City (at Colonial).
Geo. J. Blitch, Mrs. S. A. Borne,
Gainesville (at Colonial).
Mrs. R. A. Burford. Dr. If. W. Trlb-

ble. Columbia College; Dr. W. A. Hob Hob-son,
son, Hob-son, Jacksonville, (room out); Rev. J.
If. Griffin. Columbia College; Rev. J.
H. Griffin. Jr., Jennings; Rev. Roy
Gelger, DeLand; J. T. Horner, Live
Oak, (board at Mrs. Arms).
Mrs. F. B. Beckham. Mr. and Mrs.
Willlngham, Tavares, (meals at Mrs.
W. D. Richie),
Mrs. R. G. Blake, (room out, board
at Arms House) Rev. J. E. Hodge,
Newberry.
Mrs. T. E. Bridges, Mrs, L. F. Hanly,
Lakeland.
Mrs. R. E. Brigance, Mrs. Brazcll
and Mrs. Moon, DeLand,
Dr. J. D. Chapman, Dr. R. J. Willing Willing-ham.
ham. Willing-ham. Richmond: Dr. B. D. Gray.
W. D. Carn. Rev. A. L. Abercrombie.
Daytona; F, B. Bostick. Eustis, (at
Colonial).
Mrs. Clarence Camp. Rev. George
Hyman. wife and child, (at Montezuma
hotel).
Mr. J. E. Chace. Dr. P. T. Hale, Sem Seminary;
inary; Seminary; Dr. Wm. D. Nowlln, Lakeland.
Rev. Z. ACrumpton, Mr. and Mrs.
. T. Hen' Aon, Lynne.

B. Gardner and

Thermos bottles for both hot and
cold fluids. Several sizes at Tydings
& Co.
3

rSlr. W. H. Clark of Troy, Ala., is in

the city, visiting his daughter, Mrs.
Ed Bennett.

A beautiful line of stationery and

box paper at Tydings & Co.

The Star regrets to learn that Mrs
A. F. Dreka Is quite sick.

Ensign films are double Instantan Instantaneous.
eous. Instantaneous. Get them at Mills' Studio.

Mrs. Bf ; .r Carn, Rev. J. N. Thomp Thompson.
son. Thompson. Havana; W. M. Tomage, Palatka.
Mrs. W. W. Clyatt. Mrs. Knight,
Crystal River.
J. B. Collins, (meals at Colonial ho hotel)
tel) hotel) A. T. Bougho, Lady Lake; N. N.
Vonlandingham. Palatka.
Harry Cole, (meals at Mrs. Ervin)
Rev. W. S. Ware, Worthington; Ardis
Warren, Havana; G. W. Rich. Kings Kingston;
ton; Kingston; Rev. G. W. Riles, Hawthorne.
Mrs. W. P. Chalker, Rev. S. R. Skin Skinner
ner Skinner and wife. Mulberry.

Mrs. G. W. Cleveland (meals at the
Colonial) W. M. Strickland, Flora

Home; J. B. Rogers. High Springs.

Mrs. G. T. Condrey. two ladies from

Sumter county.
Mrs. Carstens, one delegate. at hotel

Mrs. L. W. Duval. Mrs. E. H. Mote.
Leesburg; Broxton Small. Jasper; Rev.

A. J. York. Lve Oak; Mrs. Gulliam. St
Petersburg.

Mrs. D. W. Davis, A. B. Kennedy,

Aucilla; A. F. Pugh, Palmetto.

Mrs Ella Ditto. Misses Jones and

tapp, Oxford.

Dr. W. H. Dodge, Rev. J. C. Brown.

yaHpSTT'ttlv. F. A. Boone. Lake City.

Mrs. John L. Edwards. Mrs. T. H.

Owen. Lake City; Mr and Mrs. A. W.
Vinson, Mrs. Vaughn, Lady Lake.
Mrs. W. A. Goin (room out) J. T.
Rawls. (board at Mrs. Feltham).

Mrs. W. T. Gary. Rev. and Mrs. W.

D- Turnley. Fort Meade.

Mrs. Mamie Gilmore. Mrs. R. H

Smith and Mrs. Jeffcoat. Oxford.

Mrs. J. M. Gates, Mrs. Holland and

Miss Holland. Live Oak.

Mrs. J. P. Galloway. Rev. and Mrs

Lambert, Qulncy; Rev. John G. Black

Cottondale.

Guv Geleer. J. R. McCalskey and

wife, Chlpley.

Mrs. Otis Green (room out) Mrs. J

A. Lamb and IMrs. N. .S. McLeod. Pal

metto: Mrs. M. A. McFadden. Haw

thorne; Mrs. J. A. Mellon. Tampa
(meals with Mrs. J. D. Chapman).

Mrs. H. M. Hampton, J. L. Jones and

wife. Arcadia.

Mrs. Sidney Halle (room out) Rev

Geo. A. Blount. Lake Butler; (meal
at Mrs. Feltham).

Mrs. L. Home. R. L. Turner. Inver

ness: J. C Foppel. Rev. F. C. Edwards

Starke: Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Willis. Wil

liston.

Mrs. M. H. Hatchell. Rev. P. I. Cason

and wife.

Mrs. E. Van Hood. Dr. Lincoln Hully

DeLand: Rev. J. E. Oates and wife, St

Petersburg: Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Warn

bolt. Rev. and Mrs. H. C. Peelman.
Jacksonville; Mrs. B. M. Bean. Ar Arcadia.
cadia. Arcadia. Miss Beulah Hall (at Montezuma ho hotel)
tel) hotel) C. E. Wilson. Chipley.
Mrs. R. S. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mc McDonald.
Donald. McDonald. Tampa; Hon. C A. Carson and
wife.
Mrs. E. T. Helvenston. Rev. M. M.
Wambolt. White Springs; (meals at
.fudge Warner).
Mrs. J. W. Hood. Mrs. II. M. Boeker.
Mrs. N. C. Bryan. Kissimmee.
Mrs. D. W. Hall (room only, meals at
Mrs. R. E. Brigance) J. W. Tucker.
Kathleen; R. M. Williams. Waldo.
Mrs. L. T. Ixlar. (room only, meals
at Mrs. Lanier Robertson) Mrs. C. C.
Carroll. Madison; Miss Tovian Evants,
Jennings.

Mrs. W. C. Jeffords, (room only,
meals at Mrs. Feltham) Rev. E. M. C.

Dunklin. Tampa.
Mrs. W. A. Knight. Rev. E. C. Bos
tick and wife. Crystal River.

Mrs. J. W. Kea, room only, meals at

Mrs. Feltham) Geo.

wife. Titusville.
Mrs. C. R. Kreger (at Colonial) Mrs.
Josie Daniel. Chipley.
Mrs. J. T. Lancaster, Rev. A. J.
Holt and wife. Kissimmee.
Mrs. A. L. Izlar (room only, meals
at Mrs. J. B. Carlisle) Rev. Stephen

Crocket, Jacksonville; Rev. John A.

Wray, Miami.

Mrs. J. H. Livingston, Rev. R. L.4

Brandenburg, Wauchula; Rev. R. D.
Cecil and Rev. R. J. Gorbitt. Altoona;
Rev. Sidney J. Cotts, DeFuniak; Rev.
J. C. DuBose, Fort'Pierce; H. O. Horn,
Palatka.
Mrs. C. A. Liddon, J. M. Heddick,
Brooksville; Rev. Wm. Stones, Titus Titusville.
ville. Titusville. Rev. J. B. Ley, Rev. T. E. Elgin.
Perry; Rev. C. W. Duke. J. L. Hamp Hampton,
ton, Hampton, Tampa; Rev. Jesse Johnson, Lake
City; (room out, meals at Arms House).
Mrs. P. V. Leavengood, (room out,
meals at Mrs. Feltham) Rev. Robert
Jones and wife, Summerfleld.
Prof, and Mrs. Geo. C. Looney, Rev.
J. E. Skinner, Tampa; J. M. Mattox,
Fort Meade; W. I. Sanders, Lake City;
I N. Roberts, Montbrook.
Mrs. R. C. Loverldge, room out. meals
at Mrs. R. E. Brigance) J. I Dlllard.
Winter Garden: R. B. Davis. Lake
City.
Mrs. J. H. Livingston. Jr., Rev Ben Benjamin
jamin Benjamin Stephens and wife, Plant City.
Mrs. A. M. Iansford, Mr. and Mrs.
Edgar Barnett. Fort Myers.
Mrs. Robert Marsh, J. H. Wallace.
Live Oak.
Dr. F. E. McClane, Rev. Pitt Jones,
state evangelist; Ashley V. rickern.
St. Augustine; Rev. J. E. Rodgers.

Live Oak.
Mrs. T. M. Moore, H. C. Crawford and
wife, Micanopy.
Mrs. Fred McAteer. Mrs. Bevill,
Bushnell.
Mrs. D. E. Mclver. Rev. and Mrs. J.
A. Cloar, Gainesville.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, Mrs. J. L. Mc Mc-Daniel,
Daniel, Mc-Daniel, Jennings: Mrs. R. L. Moon,
Marianna.
Mrs. G. A. Nash, Rev. and Mrs. C. H.
Nash.
Mrs. E. M. Osborne, Rev. S. G. Mul Mul-lins
lins Mul-lins and wife.
Mrs. I. W. Ogle, (meals at Mrs. R. E.

Brigance) 8. W. Sheffield. Worthing Worthington;
ton; Worthington; Rev. L. A. Rawls, Waldo.

Mrs. E. E. Packham, Rev. and Mrs.

N. B. Plummer, Anthony.

Mrs. Dr. Peek, Mrs. Johnson, Mr. and

Mrs. N. A. Norwood and Mrs. A. A.

Harris. Owens,

Thomas Proctor, Robt. L. Nott,

Tavares; R. W. Price, Live Oak.

Mrs. R. N. Perry, Rev. D. T. McLeod,

Webster; S. Miller and H. T. McClel-

lon, Daytona; J. B. Mills, St. Augus

tine.

Mrs. Henry Rayson (meals at Mrs.

Phillips) C. II Noble, Lake City; Rey.

R. W. Thiott. Augusta, Ga,

Miss Vlb Raysor, (meals at the Arms

House) Mrs. T. A. Perry, connor; Mrs.
Green, White Springs; Mrs. C. N. Hil-

dreth. Live Oak; Mrs, L. D. Geiger.

Apopka.

Mrs. E. P. Rentz. Rev. Smith and

wife. Palatka.

Mrs. Isaac Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Stevens, Mrs. R. L. Wray. Lake

land; Mrs. L. C. Stephens, Palatka.

Mrs. Edward Spencer, Mr. and Mrs.

Chapman, Jacksonville.

Mr. E. C. Sheridan, Rev. Sparkman,

Clearwater.

Mrs. Thomas Sexton, (meals at Mrs.

Hatchell) Mrs. N. B. Carson. Kissim

mee; Mrs. Emerson V. Leach, Mica

nopy.

Mrs. Wm. Sinclair, (meals at Arms

House) F. II. Watkins and wife. Live

Oak.

Mrs. B. H. Seymour, Rev. and Mrs.

W. L. C. Mahan, Jacksonville: Paul

Stackly, Eustis; J. W. Hilton, Gainesville.

Mrs. J. Z. Tarver, Rev. S. B. Rogers

and wife, Gainesville.

Mrs. D. W. Tompkins, (meals at Mrs.

Feltham) Rev. J. D. Adcock and wife.

Tallahassee.

Mrs. C. J. Weaver, II. Llghtfoot. Al

toona; L. W. Knight. Starke.

Mrs. B. A. Weathers. Rev, B- A.

Gelger, Monticello.

Mrs. C. E. Winston, two friends from

Winter Haven.

Mrs. George Williams, W. E. Day.

Bartow: Rev. J. A. Davis. Lakeland.

Mrs. S. R. Whaley. Mrs. Robert Rout

ing, Madison, (meals at Mrs. Feltham)

Mrs. J. II. Wallace (meals at Mrs. F.

W. Cook); Mrs. W. T. Whltter. (meals
at Mrs. Irving): B. R. Mosely. Melrose.

Mrs. W. K. Zewadskl. Mrs, Turner.

Dunnellon; Mrs. J. M. Taylor. Gainesville.

Mrs. G. W. Wilson. Mrs. Daniel,
Gainesville.

W. J. Edwards of Ocala spent yes yesterday
terday yesterday at the DeSoto. Tampa Tribune.

. Astyptcdu cought syrup ts good for
young and old. At the Court Pharmacy

Seibert Davis is again helping Mr.
Kreger In his news and curio store.

Toilet articles and sets of all kinds,
handsome, first class goods, at Tydings
& Co.

From all the country round about,
on every train today, people are com coming
ing coming to hear Bryan.

If you want pictures or pictures
framed, call at the Ocala News Co.
while visiting the fair.

Mrs. Willis Sealey of St. Petersburg
Is In the city, the guest of Mrs. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Cobb.

Furnished rooms for rent. Apply at
No. 139 Fort King avenue, or phone
216.

Professor Workman Is a fine educa educator,
tor, educator, but when it comes to swapping
knives, he Is a rank amateur.

Cooking with paper bags? Call us
up for a package at 25c. The Post
Office Drug Store.

We beg to announce that Round's
Ladies Orchestra will be at the Tem Temple
ple Temple Theater at 8:20 o'clock. Tuesday,
January 23rd, 1912. This will be with without
out without any exception the best musical
treat in Ocala this season, and will
Include
Vocalists,
Novologist,
Pianologist,
Brass Quartette,
String Quintette,
Vocal Quartette,
Harp-Bell-Violin.
Trombone-French Horn
And Xylaphone solos.
We have been to great expense to
give to the lyceum people and the peo people
ple people of Ocala this attraction and feel
tha in making the price of tickets
only one dollar that we are giving the
best value for the money of any num number
ber number at the Temple this season.
Prices for seats: $1 for lower floor
and 50c. for gallery. Reservations for
those holding season tickets may be
made at the Court Pharmacy after 8
o'clock Monday morning, Jan. 22. and
seats will be placed on sale Tuesday
morning, Jan. 23, at 8 o'clock.
The Ocala Rifles,
By John M. Graham. Capt.

air dome: attractions

The Air Dome will give the follow following
ing following interesting program this evening:
"An Indian's Appreciation," a very
fine story of the foretss and plains.
"Giving the High Sign," a jolly
comic.
"A Tennessee Love-Story," a pretty
drama of a romantic country.

GIVE Ol'R SIDE A CH1XCE

In an article taken from the Chicago
Herald, headed "Business Men in The Theatricals,"
atricals," Theatricals," we notice that "The Lion
and the Mouse" is going to make a
few stops before starting a run in San
Francisco. Now why can't we have
this company stay one night with us?
They surely must have a first class
company to contemplate an extended
run in the western metropols. Give u
a chance.

Mr. Bryan and his party passed thru
the city early this morning on their
way to Gainesville, where Mr. Bryan
delivered his lecture, "The Signs of
the Times," at the Tabernacle this aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. They expect to leave Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville in auto-5 about 4 p. m. and will
be at the Ocala House In time for supper.

One of the most comptete lines of
perfumes, soaps and cosmetics in the
state, at Tydings & Co.

Frank Gadson, proprietor of the
Ocala Bazaar, has gone to New York
to buy spring gpods for his big store.

Alma Zada Face Powder is the best
we have to offer at 50c the box. The
Post Office Drug Stores.

Mr. Wiley S. Smith, managing editor
of the Evening Journal, Gadsden, Ala.,

is in the city and will leave tomorrow

for Key West. Mr. Smith is acquaint acquainted
ed acquainted with Mr. T. S. Kyle, recently of

Gadsden, who has undertaken the

drainage of a large tract of land on

the Oklawaha river. Mr. Smith said
that Mr. Kyle is one of the represen

tative men of North Alabama. He is a

member of the board of directors of
the Southern Iron & Steel Company, a
$25,000,000 corporation, and is also
connected with the First National
Bank, of Gadsden. Mr. Smith made the

Star an appreciated visit.

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LOUISE HUFF WITH GRAl'STARK

GRAUSTARK"

The Toledo, Ohio, Times reviews the
renowned -drami, "Graustark." in this
manner:
"Elaborate ia its scenic effects, dra dramatic
matic dramatic in its climaxe?. and baed on a
story of heart interest into which is
woven a spirit of patriotic pride.
'Graustark' opened at the Lyceum
Sunday under most favorable and au au-speious
speious au-speious conditions. The matinee au audience
dience audience simply went into ecstacies over
the performance and time and time
again the members of the very capa capable
ble capable company were forced to respond
to curtain calls and encores. The play
is a dramatization of George Barr Mc Mc-Cutcheon's
Cutcheon's Mc-Cutcheon's famous novel, Graustark.
and that the thousands who have read
the book are anxious to see the char characters
acters characters and story acted, is evident from
the advance sale at the Lyceum this
week.
"The story is well known. Two
young Americans in Graustark, a little
European province, searching for a
Miss Guggenslocker, a non de plume
taken by a princess in her travels thru
America. One of the young Americans
had met the princess while she travel traveled
ed traveled incog and became enamored of her.
Their search finally reveals the fact
that she is a real princess, and the
following story of court intrigues,
plots and counter plots, holds the in interest
terest interest of the audience from the rise of
the curtain to the end of the play. In
the end Grenfall Lorry, the impulsive
lover of the princess, wins her for his
bride and prevails over the treachery
of court attaches, princes and barons."
Next Thursday, Jan. 2". the people
of Ocala can see Graustark just as it
is related above at the Temple Theater.

MRS.

(itKY'S AFTERNOON
AT TIIF. WOMIVS CI.I'R

Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce gave an elegant After mueh trouble, with cor-

bridge luncheon Saturday morning in respondence and telegraphing, Profes-

honor of Mrs. Robert H. McDougald. sor Workman has secured a teacher to

fill the vacancy in the high school fac-

Cook your next roast !n a paper oag, ulty. He expects the place to be filled

and get the bag from the Tost Office in a day or so by Miss Martha Hamill.

of Troy, Ala. Miss Hamill won a B.

A. degree In Columbia University, New

York, and first honor in the Ala Alabama
bama Alabama State Normal College. She is

said to be an excellent teacher.

Mrs. W. A. Collier and her pretty

Drug Store. 25c the package.
Miss Carrie Bigham, after a pleas

ant visit to Mrs. W. D. Tompkins, has

returned to her home in Jacksonville.

The circuit court Is busy hearing the

case of John T. Hough of Summerfleld,

charged with perjury.

little daughter, Louise, arrived from

Tuscaloosa, Ala., Saturday afternoon.

for a visit to Dr. and Mrs. E. Van
Hood and Miss Marguerite Porter, and
to join her two smart little sons, who
nAm sfm wf(ki a trr to snpnd

When you are down town drink Chrlstmas with ..Grandma" Hood.

Serve PLEZOL to your ramlly.
Serve PLEZOL to your friends

PLEZOL.

rv

The members of the Woman's Club
had a pleasant and profitable afterl
noon at their rooms Saturday as the
guests of Mrs. W. T. Gary.
Mrs. Gary is em;nntlyfirted to en-terraiTr--aTfrrrtranization
devoted to in

tellectual impspvement as well a.s so

cial recreation, and-she left nothing

to be desired from either standpoint.

The program was as follows:
Quartet, "Ben Bolt" Miss Downs.

Mrs. Hampton, Mrs. Mclver, Mrs.
Hocker.

Solo, "When You and I Were Young.

Maggie" Mrs. Mote.

Violin. "William Tell" Miss Connor.
Solo, "Ronnie Sweet Bessie, Silver

Threads Among the Gold" Miss Por

ter.

Reading. "Mammy's Lil' Baby Boy,

Mammy Gets the Boy to Sleep" Miss

Eiiis.

Solo. "Bonnie Doon, Comin' Thro'

the Rye" Miss Downs.

Violin, "Last Rose of Summer"

(Mrs. Conflon, accompanist) Miss

Connor.

Solo, "Sweet Genevieve" Mrs. Mote.
Vocal, with violin obligato, "Happy

Days" Miss Porter.

Quartet, "Annie Laurie" Miss

Downs, Mrs. Hampton, Mrs. Mclver,
Mrs. Hocker.

Mrs. Guy M. Eaton and her hand-

The case of Louis Waterman, accused some little boy, Melville, passed thru

of the murder of Mr. and Mrs. Hig- the city Saturday afternoon, on their

gins, is set for Jan. 29. Mr. R. A Bui- way from Jacksonville to Lake Weir

lock Is Waterman's attorney. for a visit to Mrs. Eaton's parents

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Martin.

FOR RENT A six-room cottage.

Also choice poultry for sale. Apply Mr. Louis Fox, formerly of this city

to Mrs. R. D. Fuller, 95 South Third now of Atlanta, stopped in Oeala Sat-

street. urday night, on his way to Orlando, to

visit his old friends here.

Dr. Kramer, pastor of the Orlando

Baptist church, and Senator Carson at The A. C. L. morning train from
Kissimmee, another prominent Bap- Leesburg was three hours late in

tist, arrived at noon today.

Rexall Cold Tablets do the work

Can give you the formula If you like

25c the package at the Post Office

Drug Stores.

reaching Ocala this morning. The

rear trucks of the tender jumped the

rails at Cornell.

One of the prettiest calendars of the

season 1s that of the Graham Bros. It

represents "three little maids looking

Tickets for the lyceum performance out to sea," only the flshermaids are

Wednesday night are on sale at the up-to-date and very pretty young la

Court Pharmacy. Its going to be first dies

class, and everybody should be presenl

rv

A little over two months after his

LOANS farm or city. Long terms, aceld. nt on the fair grounds race

Low rate of interest. Call and see us. course, Harry Cole was out yesterday

Agents American Building Company, for a ride on his Harley-Davldson.
room 3 Gary building. Ocala, Fla. "You can't keep a good man down."

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You want YOUR VALUABLES to be safe too. Then come rent a
safety deposit vault. It will be the cheapest Insurance you can set.
and will insure you not only against burglars but also against Are.
We shall gladly show you our safety vaults If you will calL
For $3 and up we will rent you a box in our safety vaults for a
whole year. Then valuables will be safe.

CAPITAL FULLY PAID IX $T3,0OO
H. D. STOKES, Cashier.
JNO. L. EDWARDS. Pres. CLARENCE CAMP. Vice. Pres.

LAKE WEIR PROPERTIES

We have a few choice Lake Weir
properties for sale. These properties
are fine bargains, if taken at once, and
for cash. They will not be long on
the market at these prices, so see us at
once if interested.
The Leslie old place on North Lake
Weir, now occupied by Mr. G. W.
Kunkle, with large mansion house,
seven acres of grounds and a lot of
fine fruit trees, J2.000.
The Mrs. C. J. Smith cottages at
Lake Weir station, 100 yards from de depot.
pot. depot. One house has 22 acres of land,
$1200. The other has two lots. 5456.
Small hotel at Eastlake, called Rose
Cottage and formerly occupied by Mrs.
Konkey at Eastlake, with two acres
of land and some good bearing orange
trees, $1500. Kramer & Klock,
Office in Montezuma Hotel.

H HIE

WEATHER FORECAST

Cloudy weather, probably rain south
portion tonight or Tuesday.

Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Goodwin, Master
Mortimer Goodwin and Miss Ballou
passed through Ocala yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon on their way to Mr. Goodwin's
beautiful winter home at Lake Weir.
Mr. Goodwin has invited Mr. Bryan to
visit him, and he may visit him on
Tuesday. Banner.

A FAMILY REUNION'

Quite a large family reunion took
place in this city, Sunday at the resi residence
dence residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. Y. Strunk.
when their four children and eight of
their grandchildren and other rela relatives
tives relatives of the family were present, viz:
Mrs. Geo. B. Grimes and three child children
ren children of Olive Hill. Ky.; E. A. Strunk,
wife and two children," of Gainesville;
J. H. Strunk. wife and daughter. Cath Catherine,
erine, Catherine, and son, J. H., Jr.. and J. D.
Robertson' and wife and Master J. D..
of this eity. Also present were Mrs.
Harry Levan of Reading, Pa., a niece
of Mr. Strunk, and her husband, who
are visiting here while on a tour of
the state.
A sumptuous dinner, prepared as
only Mrs. Strunk knows how. was im immensely
mensely immensely enjoyed by all present. Pleas Pleasurable
urable Pleasurable reminiscences were engaged In,
as it had been fifteen years since they
had all been toegther.
During the day automobile rides
were enjoyed, and pictures were made

of the various family groups. Alto Altogether
gether Altogether it was one of the most enjoya enjoyable
ble enjoyable days of a lifetime.

Miss Katie Budd. who has been the
guest of her cousin, Mrs. Sidney Halle,
for some weeks, and has been a much
admired participant in many social oc occasions,
casions, occasions, left Saturday for her home in

Monticello. fine was accompanied as
far as Gainesville by Mrs. Haile, who
returned home on the evening train.

Lowell Powell, colored, who shot
killed another negro in a quarrel at
Dunnellon yesterday, was arrested by
Deputy Thomas at that place and
Deputy A. J. Brigance went after him
today. He was sent to jail without
bail awaiting his trial.

BELLEYIEW

Write the following In your new
directory:
221 Gober. Wm. M.
222 Sawaya. M.
226 McGinnes, D. W.
307 McLaughlin & Tolar.
434 J. L. Smith Grocery Co.

441 Campbell Farm.
442 Loverldge, R. C.
Ocala Telephone Co.

INCUBATOR. FOR SALE

120-egg incubator, $7.50. Now Is the

best time to hatch your chicks. Q. E.
Peacock, care Star office.

CAFE ui'JfiX AJLli NIGHT

The Merchant's Cafe, J. R. Dewey,

proprietor, will now be open the entire

twenty-four hours, with an experienced
man in charge at night.

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morning for a visit to Tampa. He was and the Mouse" Company was In the

accompanied by his parents, Mr. and city yesterday, arranging for the ap

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The Brocton. N. Y., Enterprise says
of the Rounds Orchestra Company:
"The Rounds Orchestra Company
which were the opening number on
the K. of P. lecture course last Mon Monday
day Monday evening were greeted by a very
large and appreciative audience. Ev Every
ery Every member of the company proved to
be a star performer and every number

on the program made a hit. It is per

fectly safe to say that in all of the
fifteen years that the K. of P. lodge
have conducted the lecture course
here they have never had a concert

company which gave as general satis

faction as did this one and they will

cert on the next year's course."

The Rounds Orchestra Company will

give the next number on the lyceum
program at the Temple Theater next

Wednesday evening.

There were eight cases in the re

corder's court this morning. They

were all colored and the charges

against them were for disorderly con

Judge H. C, Gordon of Tampa Is at duct, profane and indecent language,

the Montezuma hotel on business with cruelty to animals and a hackman for

his friend. Guy Toph, the proprietor failing to turn to the right in turning

of that popular house. a corner. All were fined $3 each and

costs.

Can furnish from one setting to

one thousand pure bred Rhode Island Mr. M. FLshel was breaking the

Red eggs for hatching at $10 per market ordinance Saturday. He had

If you are of tne opinion that it is
difficult to get money at six per cent
on which to build, then yoa have not
applied to the Florida Home Building
Association.

Bookkeeping, shorthand and English
at the Florida College of Commerce,
Commercial Bank Building, Ocala.

George Chambers gave a bunch of

blke-ridiner kids a great treat yestr-

hundred. Ed Carmichael, Ocala.

$45 worth of sausage meat on sale in

front of his store.

Miss Clara Johnson entertained sev

eral of her young friends Saturday

evening at her pleasant home with a

most enjoyable bridge party.

Belleview, Jan. 18. Although the
weather was so bad and the streets
were rivers of water, the oyster sup supper
per supper last Friday evening did well, and
the finances of the piano fund were
increased.
Rev. J. R. Wenrich has been quite
lame for the past several days, owing
to a fall. He leaves for conference
shortly and it is the earnest wish of
the community that he and his estima estimable
ble estimable family will be returned here for
the coming year.

Mrs. Eustace Murry of Gainesville,
arrived on Tuesday to visit her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Fielding.
Rev. Robert Jones and wife came In
from Punta Gorda last Saturday. Mr.
Jones preached at the Baptist church
both morning and evening. He left on
Monday for Summerfleld, where he
will run a series of meetings. Rev.
Jones is a forceful and eloquent min minister
ister minister and we are confident will do much
good.
The monthlv thimble party of the

Methodist ladies aid was held at the
home of Mrs. Louis Weihe. A pleasant
afternoon was spent by the ladies.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bryant attended
the funeral services of Mrs. Farris in
Ocala Monday. Mrs. Farris was the
mother of Mrs. C. C. Bryant, and while
visiting her daughter here several
years asco made many friends who will
resret to learn of her death, and ex-

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day afternoon. He attached a tow rope tend their sympathy to Mrs. Bryant

to his Harley-Davidson motorcycle and

set out thru town with a many boy
trailing on behind as could obtain a
hold on the rope. They had a great
ride.

After spending a few day-3 in the

city, R. S. Hall, a prominent citizen of

Ocala, has returned home. Mr. Hall
has many property interests in Tampa,

We differ from other associations, and is a frequent visitor here. Tampa

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and Miss Bertha Farris.
Miss Lillian Lucius, who has been
the guest of her sister, Mrs. George
Proctor, left last Saturday for her
home in Orlando.
Last Thursday evening a jolly straw
ride went out to the home of Mr. and
Mrs. E. N. Brown and spent the even evening
ing evening dancing, and report a glorious
time.

On Mondav evening a few of the

young people and several married
couples spent a pleasant evening dane-

:ng at the home of Mrs. D. P. Pratt.
Gale & Nott are having a gas lamp
put up and their store fitted out with
gasolene lights, which are quite up-to-

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If it's a "Lucky Curve" fountain pen
it's a good one. We have any style
you want at the Court Pharmacy.

A few post card albums left which
we are closing out at 25c each. Come
and get one before they are all rone.

The Postofflce Drugstore.

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three months, has Improved some In

the last few davs. but is vet far from A pretty daughter was born this

wen. morning at 9 o'clock to Mr. and Mrs.

Thomas M. Livingston at the home or

Medicines that aid nature are al- Mr. Livingston's parents. Cal. and Mrs.

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Railroad Commissioner N. A. Blitch
is in the city, to hear Bryan's lecture.
It would he a good idea for some of
our leading men to consult with h.m
about the needed union depot.

Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. McLendon. and
will renovate and improve the property,
makinar it a desirable location for rent.

NOTICE

Gene Clayton, the boy who was bit bitten
ten bitten by a rattler Saturday. i- at the
hospital, and yet alive, but very weak.
His cousin. Will Clayton.-who he was
visiting at the time of the accident,
killed the snake and brought the body body-to
to body-to Dr. Hood's office. It wa3 almost
five feet long and had nine rattles.

Tally cards that have never been
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Notrce is hereby jriven that pursuant
to a final decree made and entered on

the th dav of December, 1911. by the
Honorable WV S. Bullock, judge of the
circuit court of the fifth judicial circuit
of Florida, sittinsr in chancery for Mar Marion
ion Marion county, in a certain cause lately
pending wherein the Ocala Ga. Engine
Works was complainant and J. C.

Howell was defendant, I will on the
5th dav of February. A. D. 1912. the
same beinsr a legal sales day, offer for
sale and seT. between the legal hours
of sale to the highest and best bidder
for cash in front of the west door of
the court house at Ocala, Florida, one
Derreck automobile, the same to be
old to satisfv said final decree and
costs. E L. Stapp, Special Master.

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CHAPTER XXIIL
CAPITTTLATIOI.
I1EN Sheldon emerged from
among the trees he found
oan waiting at the com
pound gate, and he could

not fall to see that she was visibly
gladdened at the sight of him,
"I can't tell you how glad I am to
see you," was her greeting. "What's
become of Tudor? That last flutter of
the automatic wasn't nice to listen
to. Was it you or Tudor?"
"So you know all about It," he an an-wered
wered an-wered coolly. "Well, it was Tudor,
but he was doing It left banded. lie 9
down with a bole in his shoulder." lie
looked at ber keenly. "Disappointing,
isn't it?" he drawled.
"How do you mean?"
"Why, that I didn't kill him."
"But I didn't want him killed just
because he kissed me." she cried.
"Oh. be did kiss you," Sheldon re retorted
torted retorted in evident surprise. "1 thought
you said be hurt your arm."
"One could call It a kiss, though it
was only on the end of the nose." She
laughed at the recollection. "But I
paid him back for that myself. 1
boxed bis face for him. And be did
hurt my arm. It's black and blue.
Look at it"
She pulled up the loose sleeve of her
blouse, and he saw the bruised im imprints
prints imprints of two Gngers.
Just then a gang of blacks came out
from among the trees, carrying the
wounded man on a rough stretcher.
"Romantic, isn't It?" Sheldon sneered,
following Joan's startled gaze. "And
now I'll have to play surgeon and doc doctor
tor doctor him up. Funny, this twentieth
century dueling. First you drill a hole
In a man. and next you set about
plugging the bole up."
They had stepped aside to let the
stretcher pass, and Tudor, who bad
heard the remark, lifted himself up
on the elbow of bis sound arm and
said with a defiant grin:
"If you'd got one of mine you'd have
bad to plug with a dinner plate."
"Oh, you wretch !" Joan cried.
"You've been cutting your bullets."
"It was according to agreement,"
Tudor answered. "Everything went
We could bave used dynamite If we
wanted to."
"He's right," Sheldon assured ber
as they swung in behind. "Any weap weapon
on weapon was permissibla 1 lay in the grass
where be couldn't see me and bush bushwhacked
whacked bushwhacked him in truly noble fashion.
That's what comes of having women
on the plantation. And now it's antisep antiseptics
tics antiseptics and drainage tubes. 1 suppose
Ifs a nasty mess, and I'll bave to
read up on it before 1 tackle the Job."
"1 don't see that it's my fault," she
began. "I couldn't help it because be
kissed ma 1 never dreamed he would
attempt it."
"We didn't fight for that reason. But
there Isn't time to explain, if you'll
get dressings and bandages ready I'll
look up gunshot wounds and see what's
to be done."
"is be bleeding seriously?" she asked.
"No; the bullet seems to have missed
the Important arteries. But that
would bave been a pickle."
"Then there's no Deed to bother
about reading up," Joan said. "And
I'm just dying to bear what it was
all about. The Apostle Is lying be becalmed
calmed becalmed inside the point, and her boats
are out towing. She'll be at anchor
in five minutes, and Dr. Welshmere is
sure to be on board. So all we've got
to do la to make Tudor comfortable.
We'd better put him in your room un under
der under the mosquito netting and send a
boat off to tell Dr. Welshmere to bring
his instruments."
An hour afterward Dr. Welshmere
left the patient comfortable and at attended
tended attended to and went down to the beach
to go on board, promising to come back
to dinner. Joan and Sheldon, stand standing
ing standing on the veranda, watched him de depart.
part. depart. "I'll never have it In for the mission missionaries
aries missionaries again since seeing them here in
the Solomons," she said, seating her herself
self herself in a steamer chair.
She looked at Sheldon and began to
laugh.
"That's right." he said. "It's the
way 1 feel, playing the fool and trying
to murder a guest."
"But you haven't told me what it
was all about."
"You," he answered shortly.
"Me! But you Just said it wasn't."
"Oh. it wasn't the kiss." He walked
over to the ralling'and leaned against
It, facing her. "But it was about you
all the same, and 1 may as well telf
you. You remember, I warned you
long ago what would happen when you
wanted to become a partner in Be Be-jnde.
jnde. Be-jnde. Well, all the beach is gossip gossiping
ing gossiping about it. and Tudor persisted in
repeating the gossip to me. So you
see it won't do for you to stay on here
under present conditions. It would be
better if you went away."
"But I don't want to go away," she
objected with rueful countenance.
"A chaperon then"
"No, nor a chaperon."
"But you surely don't expect me to
go around shooting every slanderer in
the Solomons that opens his mouth?'
he demanded gloomily.
"No, nor that either," she answered
with quick impulsiveness. "I'll tell
you what we'll do. We'll get married
and put a stop to it all there."'
He looked at her in amazement and
would bave believed that she was
making fun of him had It not been for
the warm blood that suddenly suffused
her cheeks.
"Do you mean that?" he asked un unsteadily.
steadily. unsteadily. "Why?"
"To put a stop to all the nasty gos gossip
sip gossip of the beach. That's a pretty good
reason. Isn't it?
"No: it is worse than no reason at

an. i aont care to carry you as a
matter of expediency"
"You are the most ridiculous crea creature!"
ture!" creature!" she broke in with a flash of her
old time anger. "You talk love and
marriage to me very much against

my wish, and go mooning around over ;
the plantation week after week be-!
cause you can't have me. and look at
me when you think I'm not noticing
and when all the rime I'm wondering
when yon had your last square meal
because of the hungry look in your
eyes, and make eyes at my revolver
belt hanging on a nail, and fight duels
about me, and all the rest and and
now, when 1 say I'll marry you, you do
yourself the honor of refusing me."
"You can't make me any more ridic-
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tlous than I feel. he answered, rub rubbing
bing rubbing the lump on his forehead re reflectively.
flectively. reflectively. And If this Is the accepted
romantic program a duel over a girl
and the girl rushing into the arms of
the winner why. I shall not mate a
bigger ass of myself by going In for
It."
"I thought you'd jump at It." she
confessed, with a naivete he conid
not but question, for he thought oe
saw a roguish gleam in her eyes.
"My conception of love must differ
from yours, then," he said. "1 should
want a woman to marry me for love
of me and uot out Of romantic ad admiration
miration admiration because I was lucky enough
to drill a dole in a man's stiouider
with smokeless powder. 1 tell you i
am disgusted with this adventure
tomfoolery and rot. 1 don't tike lt-

Tudor is a sample of the adventure j
kind picking a quarrel with me and
behaving like a monkey, insisting on
fighting with me "to the death." ne
said. It was like a penny dreadful."
She was biting ber Up, and. tuouph
her eyes were coot and level tooking
as ever, the telltale augry red was iu
her clieeks.
Of course if you don't want to
marry me"
"But I do." ne nastily interposed.
"Oh, you do"
"But don't you see, little girl, I want
you to love me," tie hurried on; "otn
erwise it would be only naif a mar
riage. I don't want you to marry me
simply because by so doing a stop is
put to the beach gossip, nor do I want
you to marry me out ot some foolish
romantic notion. I shouldn't want
you that way.''
"Oh. in that case," she said, with
assumed deliberateness. and be could
have sworn to the roguish gleam -"in
that rase, since you are willing to
consider my offer, let me make a few
remarks. In the tirst place you need
uot sneer ar adventure wben you re
living it yourself, and yon were cer
tainly living It when I found you brst.
down with fever on a lonely planta
tion with a couple ot hundred wild
cannibals thirsting for your lite
Then 1 came along"
"And wbat with your arriving in a
gale," he broke in, "fresh from the
wreck of your schooner, landing on
the beach in a whaieboat full of pic
tuxesque Tahitian sailors and march marching
ing marching into the bungalow with a Baden Baden-Powell
Powell Baden-Powell on your head, sea boots on your
feet and a whacking Lig Colt's dan dangling
gling dangling on your hip why, 1 am ouly too
ready to admit that you were the
quintessence ot adventure."
"Very good." she cried exultantly.
"It's mere simple arithmetic the add adding
ing adding of your adventure and my ad adventure
venture adventure together. So that's settled,
and you needn't jeer at adventure any
more. Next I don't think there was
anything romantic in Tudor's attempt attempting
ing attempting to kiss me nor anything like ad adventure
venture adventure in this absurd duel. But I
do think now that it was romantic
for you to fall In love with me. And
finally, and It is adding romance to ro romance,
mance, romance, 1 think 1 think I do love you.
Dave oh. Dave!"
The last was a sighing dove cry as
he caught ber up in his arms and
pressed ber to him.
"But 1 don't love you because you
played the foot today." she whisper whispered
ed whispered on his shoulder. "White men
shouldn't go around killing each oth other."
er." other." "Then -vhy do you love me?" he
questioned, enthralled after the man manner
ner manner of all lovers in the everlasting
query that forever has remained un
answered.
"1 don't know just because I do. 1
guess. And that's all the satisfaction
you gave me when we had that man
talk. But I have been loving you for
weeks during all the time you have
been so deliciously and unobtrusively
jealous of Tudor."
"Yes. yes. go on," he urged breath breathlessly
lessly breathlessly when she paused.
"I wondered when you'd break out.
and because you didn't I loved you all
the more. You were like dad and
Von. You could hold yourself in
check. You didn't make a fool of
yourself."
"Not until today.' he suggested.
"Yea, and 1 loved you for that too.
It was about time. I began to think
you were never going to bring up the
subject again. And now that 1 have
offered myself you haven't even ac accepted."
cepted." accepted." With both hands on her shoulders be
held her at arm's length from him and
looked long into tier eyes, no longei
cool, but seemingly pervaded with a
golden flush. The lids drooped and
yet bravely, did not droop as she re returned
turned returned his gaze. Then he fondly and
oolemnly drew her to him.
"And how about that hearth and
saddle of your owu?" be asked a mo moment
ment moment later.
"I well nigh won to them. The
grass house is ray hearth and the
Martha my saddle, and and look al
all the trees I've planted, to say notb
ing of the sweet corn. And it's all
your fault any u ay. I might nevet
bave loved you if you hadn't put tht
idea into my head."
"There's the Nongasela coming In
around the point with her boats out,"
Sheldon remarked irrelevantly. "And
the commissioner is on board. He's
going down to San Cristobal to inves investigate
tigate investigate that missionary killing. We're
in luck, 1 must say."
"I don't see where th lurk com?
in." she said dolefully. "We oueht to
have this evening all to ourselves lust
to talk things over. I've a thousand
questions to ask you.
"And It wouidn t have been a man
talk either," she added.
"But my plan Is better than rhat."
De debated with himself a moment.
"i'ou see, the commissioner is the ou
official in the Islands who can gue us
a license. And there's the iu-k ot it
Dr. Welshmere is here to perrorm the
ceremony. We'll get married this
evening."
Joan recoiled from him in panic,
tearing herself from nis arms and go going
ing going backward several steps. He could
see that she was really fnchtened-
"I 1 thought" she stammered.
Then slowly the change came over
her, and the blood flooded into her
face in the same amazing blush De
had seen once before that day. Her
cool, level looking eyes were n lonirer
level looking nor cool, but warmly
drooping and jnst unable to meet his,
as she came toward him and nestled
In the circle of his arms, saj-ing softly,
almost In a whisper:
"1 am ready. Dave."
THE END.
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