The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Ocala, Fla.
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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For All of the Domes
Theus-Zachry Co.
VOL. 18.
NO. 206.





This Bank is a co-operative
institution, lending its facil facilities,
ities, facilities, its resources and its ad advice
vice advice in the avenues of legiti legitimate
mate legitimate business
Extending its helpfulness in
meritorious directions and
Caring for the requirements
of the small depositor as con conscientiously
scientiously conscientiously as it does for
those of the largest.
Commercial and individual

Accounts always welcome.


To the Itrlek City and All the Cora-

munltle Between V Kotbua Kotbua-laMtle
laMtle Kotbua-laMtle and Hospitable

from $1.65 to f. o. b. He said
that he and pons had shipped up to

Saturday nine cars.

Mr Joe Barron, aged 88 years, pass

ed away at the home of his nephew.

Mr. J. D. liarron, a few miles south

of Sumtervllle last Sunday morning at

about 1 o'clock. He was one of the
oldest citizens In the county.

Office over Munroe & Chambliss irk.

Rooms O, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block.





Office Over Commercial Bank
Office Hours, 8 to 12 a. ni, 1 to 5
p. m. Plione 212.

Physician and Surgeon
General Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly
ly Promptly Night or Day.
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women and Children.
Office Rooms 1. 2, 3, 4. 5 and 6, Holder
Building:. Second Floor. Phones.
Of fie No. 333; Residence No. 333

Graduate of the United States Col College
lege College of Veterinary Surgeons,
Located at the Jonea Honpltal oi South
First Street. West
s --All -Calls Promptly Answered.

The welcome given by the people of
Palatka, Thursday. Jan. 25, to the
delegations from Ocala and all the
other towns along the Ocala North Northern,
ern, Northern, when th first train on that road
pulled Into the Gem City, was all that
could be desired in hospitality and en enthusiasm.
thusiasm. enthusiasm. The Times-Union Palatka
correspondent says of the event:
Talatka, Jan. 25. The Ocala North Northern
ern Northern Railroad celebration was puJJgcf
off in Palatka today with the eclat and
success which the occasion merited.
Thousands of visitors from every sec section
tion section of the eoufttjfc&di&eat earn
niunities surged along' Palatka'a well
paved and cleanly thoroughfare.

listened to music, watched the parade,
and altogether entered Into the spirit
of the event with a refreshing and un unfeigned
feigned unfeigned gusto. Automobiles. hacks,
drays, stores and many private dwell dwellings
ings dwellings were jray with flags and bunt bunting
ing bunting and tissue paper embellishments.
So extensive were the decorations on
Lemon street that that thoroughfare
presented the of a midway
at a monster exposition.
The first passenger train over the
Ocala Northern was met at the depot
by thousand of Palatkana of both
sexes, who cheered lustily as the ex excursionists
cursionists excursionists rolled in. The band played,
flags were waved, and a rousing wel welcome
come welcome was given the guests from the
Brick City and intermediate points. In
the parade that followed, headed by
the f?t. Johns Park Brass band, there
were between 50 and 75 machines all
prettily adorned with flags, festoons

and streamers of the tint that corres

ponded to the fancy of their respect respective
ive respective owners or drivers.
A most imposing spectacle was pre

sented by this lengthy procession of

horseless vehicles, as it wended its
wav alonsr the streets, margined on

either side by thousands of applaud

ing spectators who, along with the

enthusiastic Palatkans were giving the
entrance of the Ocala Northern a wel welcome,
come, welcome, such as an event of its mag magnitude
nitude magnitude justly deserved. In the grand
automobile pageant were such dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished visitors as President E. P.
Rentz, Vice President George Rentz.
Secretary J. V. Tarver and Treasure
J. A. Rentz, who compose the Tsoard ef
directors with Mr. John M. Crannor.
The tolls on the county bridge be being
ing being suspended for the day, traffic
from the east side to Palatka by ev every
ery every mode of conveyance was the heav heaviest
iest heaviest since its construction, over two
years ago.
The motor boat races at 2 p. m. on
the bay, in front of the city, were
witnessed from the highway bridge by
several thousand people, who greatly

enjoyed watching the aquatic flyers
speed over the magnificent race course.

A fitting climax to the big celebra celebration
tion celebration was the elaborate dance and ban-

uet at the Putnam House at night, In

compliment to the officials of the

Ocala Northern. The menu was print

ed on a regulation Ocala Northern
coupon ticket, each coupon of which
contained one or more of the tooth toothsome
some toothsome viands served at the feast, and
reads as follows:
"Ocala Northern Railroad first-class

passage Palatka to Ocala. Banquet to
the officers of the Ocala Northern,
given by the Palatka Board of Trade.

Putnam House, Palatka, Florida, Jan

uary 23, 1912. The holder of this
ticket agrees to all the conditions
named below: Puree of tomato, queen

Jolives, sour gherkins, baked Florida

shad, Vin Blanc,, duchesse potatoes.

croquettes of sweet breads, sauce su

preme, petit pois, broiled spring chick

en, Virginia candied yams, head let

tuce. with French dressing. Harlequin

ce cream, golden wedding cake, saltine

wafers, cheese, cafe noir."


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

ing the first few doses. I took three
bottles and my lagrippe was cured."

Get the genuine. In the yellow pack

age. Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.


M 10 1 10

Konalkal nas Willing to be "orh!p "orh!p-ed
ed "orh!p-ed an a Savior but Wouldn't
Stand for Crucifixion.


(Sumter County Times)
Center Hill is animated with the

spirit of Improvement. Mr. T. v
Smith has lumber on the ground to

add another story to his residence.

Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Harnage and

children of Wauchula, were the guests

of Mrs. Harnage's sister. Mrs. D. T.

Bozeman several days last week.
Mr. John Spencer of the Ocala Gas
Engine Works, arrived last Monday
with a fine 1912 model Buick for Mr.

.f. Q (smith,

Mr. J. T. Kimhroush of Atlanta and
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kimbrough of Ex
periment. Ga., passed through here last
Monday en route to Ocala from Lake Lakeland,
land, Lakeland, where they have been on a visit
to Messrs. L, P. and J. W. Kimbrough.
The farmers are quite busy plant planting
ing planting meloirs, beans and other truck.
Cukes are up and doing nicely.

Lodz, Russian Poland, Jan. 27.
Timely arrival of a squad of police
alone prevented a mob of fanatical
women from crucifying a man they
had adopted as their "savior." The
sect was recently formed here by
Moravian women. They selected a
man named Kowalkai as their leader,
and they worshiped him as a reincar reincarnation
nation reincarnation of Jesus Christ. Kowalkai ac

cepted their worship and encouraged
the belief that he was the Son of God.
Recently there have been large acces accessions
sions accessions to the iind of Kuwalkai's fol followers.
lowers. followers. Recently the women have been urg urging
ing urging Kowalkai to allow himself to be
crucified so as to enable them to
prove the truth of their faith by his
resurrection. Then it was that Ko Ko-walkai's
walkai's Ko-walkai's faith wavered. "My time has
not yet come," he told the faithful.
They thought differently, and yester yesterday
day yesterday a mob of women went to his
house and seized him. They had bound
him to a rude cross when the police
arrived and put a stop to the sacrifice.
Kowalkai was glad to be saved.

preme court in deciding that the law
declaring Bushnell the county seat of
Sumter county was constitutional A
greater thing for Bushnell possibly
could not have occurred.
Now that the court house matter
is decided there will be improvements
commenced here at once. We heard a
gentleman say Sunday that he was
ready to commence the erection of
five, five and six room cottages in the
immediate future. All of these build buildings
ings buildings are spoken for, rented In advance.
Also a telegram from a gentleman in
Wisconsin whose name we are not at
liberty to give at present, stated that
he would erect a modern two or three three-story
story three-story brick hotel within the next

ninety days. The building will be

commenced at least within ninety day".


HOW'S rnis?

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.



Sewing Machine


We have a number of Sewing Ma

chines to close out. Standard Makes.

in Slightly Used and Second Hand; all
In perfect order and guaranteed. Will

be sold at most Temarkably low prices

for cash, or on installment.
Machines for Rent

New Building Back of Variety Store




The merits of Hall's Texas Wonder you
would never suffer from kidney, blad

der or rheumatic troubles. A dollar
bottle is sixty days treatment. Seldom

one bottle fails to cure. Send for tes

timonials. Dr. E. W. Hall. 2926 Olive

St., St. Louis. Mo. Sold by all druggists.


Tompkins & Cobb have fifteen or
wenty pair of mules, which have been

worked and resold, but are In good
condition, and they are willing to sell
them very cheaply. Fifty dollars and
up will take them, and this is an un unexcelled
excelled unexcelled opportunity to obtain good
animals at very low prices.

Tompkins & Cobb also have eight or

ten pair of freshly arrived mules,
which the customer should see before
going elsewhere.

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 & 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. Klnnan & Marvin.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter internally,
nally, internally, 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-


(Sumter County Times)
What we want now is a nice brick
depot, and from what we overheard
some authorities say Sunday over the
phone we believe we will get it. This
building together with the hoteU and

county buildings will add greatly to

our little city.

The people of Bushnell are much

delighted over the decision of the su-

To warn people of a fearful forest
fire in the Catskills a young girl rode
horseback at midnight and saved many
lles. Her deed was glorious but lives
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 i

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 &




was paid at a banquet to Henry Clay.

in New Orleans in 1142. 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.


15 acres of improved land one mile

from Silver Springs; 200 fruit trees in

bearing and other fruit trees set out.
A three-room house and out buildings.

A bargain. $400. J. F. Jones, Silver

Springs. Fla. l-25-6t


(Sumter County Times)
Misses Marie and Julia Bell accom accompanied
panied accompanied by their mother, Mrs. Bell from
Prattville, Ala., are the guests of their
relatives, Mr. W. H. Crenshaw and
Miss Lillian Caruthers and Miss
Delflna Hill spent several days with
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Condrey of Ocala.
Mrs. Ah Crenshaw is a delegate
from this place to the Baptist State
Convention which is now in session at
Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Starbe of
Butte, Montana, have been visiting
relatives and friends at this place for
the past week. Mr. Starke expresses
himself as being charmed with the
lands of this Section: in fact, he says
that Ui his estimation there is no land

in the state that will compete with
our Warm Springs Hammock land.
Mrs. Elizabeth Butte made a busi business
ness business trip to Ocala Monday.
Mrs. Clint Wilkerson was a visitor
in Ocala Monday.
Mrs. C. M. Watson has been the
guest of relatives in Ocala for the
past week.
Mr. J. E. Curington made a business
trip to Ocala last Wednesday.

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Contractor and Builder

Plans ana specifications Furnished
Upon Request.
129 South Third Street


Who Is Now In HI ew Building,
Corner South First and Magnolia
Streets Phone 73


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

Mich., a civil war veteran, as a light- j
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, I
"after I had taken other so-called
cures for years, without benefit and J

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
equal. Try them. Only 50c at Ty Tydings
dings Tydings & Co.



(Sumter County Times)
Our farmers are highly elated over

the dry weather.

Mrs. L C. Terrell of Bushnell.

mother of Prof. Glenn Terrell, visited
Webster Monday.

Brick work on the new school build

ing is almost completed. It is a hand handsome
some handsome structure.

Mrs. J. W. Caruthers. wife of our

efficient and wide awake commission

er, is quite ill at this writing.
Mr. Jack Kimbrough. former citizen
of Sumter county, but now of Savan Savannah.
nah. Savannah. Ga., Is visiting Webster this
Webster will soon have an up-to-date
canning factory. This Is a step
in the right direction.
The Ladies' Missionary Society has
been making some very much needed
repairs on the M. E. church.

Webster from all Indications will
have the largest vegetable crop in its

Mrs. Clyde Collins, the accomplish accomplished
ed accomplished music teacher in the high school,
organized a class at Bushnell recently

Bad Backs Made Strong Kidney Ills


All over Ocala you hear it. Doan's
Kidney Pills are keeping up the good

work, curing weak kidneys, driving
away backache, correcting urinary
ills. Ocala people are telling about it
telling of bad backs made sound
again. You can believe the testimony
of your own townspeople. They tell It
for the benefit of you who are suffer suffering.
ing. suffering. If your back aches, if you feel
lame, sore and miserable, if the kid kidneys
neys kidneys act too frequently, or passages
are painful, scanty and off color, use
Doan's Kidney Pills, the remedy that

has helped so many of your friends and
neighbors. Follow this Ocala citizen's
advice and give Doan's a chance to do

the same for you.

Sterling Hooper, barber. Orange

Ave., Ocala, Fla., says: "I have no hes

itation In recommending Doan's Kid

ney Pills. Off and on I have taken
this remedy for backache and other
troubles, caused by weak kidneys and
I have been greatly benefited. I got

Doan's Kidney Pills from Tydings &.
Co's. drugstore and I do not hesitate
one minutes in recommending them."

For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. 3.




Call and look them over and
give your order now for a
handsome fall tailor made
suit of clothes


The board o' county commissioners
will receive bids for ten head of mules
for road work, on Wednesday, Feb.
Tth. 1912, at noon.
S. T. Sistrunk. Clerk.

Accurate Building Plans. Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands Sur Surveyed1
veyed1 Surveyed1 and Platted. Close Estimates
giade on Erection of Buildings of any
character by contract or on commis commission
sion commission basis. Wr;te or consult me at 27, Holder Block

There are Two Klnos of Chill Tonic




(Sumter County Times)
Mr. J. J. Dias came up to the Belton
water mill Saturday to get some good
water .ground meal.
Mr. W. A. King of Outlet says that
his wife who was thrown from a
buggy by a runaway some time ago
Is slowly recovering.
County Surveyor W. II. Crenshaw
of Coleman says that cabbage are be being
ing being shipped from Coleman quite live lively
ly lively now, several cars leaving there

daily and that prices

Pleurisy pains are located Just below

the short ribs. Lumbago affects the

same region but toward the back.

remedy in either case. If rubbed in
thoroughly it eases pain, relaxes the
muscles and the patient can move
about freely and comfortably. Price

c. 50c and tl per bottle. Sold by

all druggists.

Pasalns Ocala for Orlaado
1:30 Night
Panning Ocala for Jacksonville
2:10 Night
For reservation and Information
call on
City Panwenger Agent,
Phone 129, Merchant Block


January 13, Jersey cow with half of

right horn broken off. Give informa

tion of same or return and receive re

ward. O. B. Howse, 196 Oklawaha ave avenue,
nue, avenue, Ocala.

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 BALLARD'S
as the trouble appears and the cold
is cured at once. Price 23c, 50c and
1 per bottle. Sold by all druggists.


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-

were ranging ply to Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.

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 acre3 of grounds and a lot of

fine fruit trees, $2,000.

The Mrs. C. J. Smith cottages at
Lake Weir station, 100 yards from de depot.
pot. depot. One house has 2" acres of land,
$1200. The other has two lots, $450.
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.


Spanking does not cure children of
bed-wetting. There Is a constitutional
cause for this trouble. Mrs. M. Sum Summers,
mers, Summers, Box W, South Bend, Ind., will
send free to any mother her success successful
ful successful home treatment, with full instruc instructions.
tions. instructions. Send no money, but write her
today If your children trouble you in
this way. Don't blame the child, the

chances are it can et help it. This
treatment also cures adults and aged
people troubled with urine difficulties
by day or night. 24.



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.




always give satisfaction because they

alwavs do the work. J. T. Shelnut,

Bremen, Ga., says: "I have used Foley
Kidney Pills with great satisfaction

and found more relief from their use

than from any other kidney medicine.

and I've tried almost all kinds. I can

cheerfully recommend them to all suf

ferers for kidney and bladder trouble."

Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.


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

Thursdays and Saturdays. Tickets and

reservations at the of3ce of Mr. W. W.


Following are Jast a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Carried in oar Great Ftirnitfire, 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
Racked or Rockers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Rugs and Carpets, Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. Library Furniture
Handsome Book 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 Mattiags, 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 Art Department
that the City Can Show. Pictures, Large and Small, Framed or
Unframed, 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.
PHONE 47 Xorth Magnolia St. OCALA, FLA.

Charles Durham, Ixv"ng-ton, 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 kind3 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.

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 iealer,
We are now better prepared than ever to handle your
Tailoring. Cleaning and Pressing.





Bittinger & Carroll Proprietors.

R. R. Carroll, Business Manager.

J. II. Benjamin, Editor.


Thursday morning the first through j

the Ocala North-

try that was inaccessible before his
railroad penetrated its depths.
Next day, Friday, the citizens oil Pa Pa-latka
latka Pa-latka continued their kindnesses to
the visitors and there was scarcely
one there who did not get at least one

jride about the beautiful city In the

carriages ana autos 01 ner citizens.
At 10:30 yesterday morning, the train
started for Ocala, bringing those who

j stayed over, and a number of regular
passengers. The party was a jolly one
iand enjoyed the trip home, arriving

here at 3 o'clock. They bade their

host and hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Rentz,

passenger train over the Ocala North- j gooJbye and assured them that they
era. Railroad left the Seaboard pas-ina(i never spent two days more pleas pleas-senger
senger pleas-senger station at 8:15 with six coaches. Untly.

Palatka has certainly made great

casion and Palatka pennants streamed j rtmani first-Maas

The engine was decorated for the oc- j

t vcn

from the rear of the chair car. There
was a fine, representative crowd on the
train, which was swelled to at least
six hundred before the train reached
Palatka. One of the old accommodation
coaches was coupled back of the en engine,
gine, engine, and at Fort McCoy, President
Rentz ordered it cut out, as it marred
the beauty of the otherwise brand
new and handsome train.
President Rentz's own guests over overflowed
flowed overflowed the chair car and a number of
them had to ride in the regular day
coaches. XTne train proceeded to Pa Palatka
latka Palatka "without delay or mishap. Over
part of the Toad, where it has been
thorouehlv surfaced, the train made

forty miles an hour. Over the portions
that have not been surfaced Superin Superintendent
tendent Superintendent Hollinrake held the ergineer
.down to a slow and safe speed. It
was a novelty for many of the passen passengers,
gers, passengers, this riding over a new roadbed,
built and the end near Palatka with within
in within a few weeks, where virgin forest
stood less than six months ago. The
passengers watched the country along
the route with a great deal of interest
and keen delight.
The road is well built and when the
section gangs put on the finishing
touches a rapid through schedule can
be Inaugurated. The grade is well
made and there are no heavy grades
at any point, with only a few curves,
none of which are dangerous. Several

well made bridges span the creeks that
flow through the country from Orange
Springs to Palatka. Many of the pas passengers
sengers passengers saw the famous old settlement
of Orange Springs for the first time.
The springs themselves are not visible
from the railroad but there were signs
of buildings and activity on every hand
and this place will soon be a large
Fort McCoy 13 becoming quite a city
and with its present growth in another
year or two will have to be incorporat incorporated
ed incorporated as it will have a thousand popu population
lation population before one realizes It.. Its loca location
tion location and advantages are so fine and
many that it cannot be prevented from
taking upon itself city airs. The stores
recently burned are being replaced
by larger and better ones and hand handsome
some handsome residences and cottages are being
built on every hand.
Burbank Is growing and the people
seem prosperous. New houses and cot cottages
tages cottages are being built and many hand handsome
some handsome gardens are to be seen on all
sides. Despite the unprecedented rains
of the past two months very little wa water
ter water was standing along the road, and
with a simple system of drainage, it
can be easily handled at Its worst.

water companies.

sewerage system, with all houses in
the city connected with it, miles and
miles of pretty streets paved with
brick and plenty of good cement side sidewalks.
walks. sidewalks. There is a healthy, thrifty
look about the entire city and pros prosperity
perity prosperity oozes out everywhere. The
new Putnam county court house and
the substantial county toll bridge
across the river are two of the lasting
monuments to the county commissioners-,
both erected within the past few

Palatka Is showing what can be done
with bond issues and is getting fine re results
sults results and making those substantial,
permanent improvements that can be

made in no other way.
There were the following people
from Ocala and a great many others
whose names the reporter could not
ascertain In the big crowd, namely:
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Rentz. Louise and
Martha Kate Rentz, Mrs. Jack Rentz,
Mrs. A. S. Davis, Miss Minnie Stovall,
Miss Marguerite Porter, Rev. and Mrs.
J. P. Ley, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Carroll
and Merris, Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Leaven Leaven-good,
good, Leaven-good, Mr. and Mrs. L Howell, Mr. and
Mrs. Cramer, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hamp Hampton,
ton, Hampton, Mr. John Dozier, C. R. Kreger, S.
H. Martin, Rev. W. II. Dodge, Miss
Bessie Darrow, Arthur Cobb, Edward
Lopez. C. TV. Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. S.
P. Hollinrake, Mrs. Fred H. Robinson,

Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Hood, Mr. and Mrs.
C. S. Cullen. Mr. C. Cullen. Mr. and

Mrs. J. H. Miller. W. P. Edwards. Mr.
and Mrs. R. C. Muncaster, M. J. Roess,
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Raysor. Nathan
Moses, M. S. Sawaya, Judge W. M.
Gober, Mrs. W. L. Colbert and son,
Turney. Charles Marshall, G. A. Car Car-michael,
michael, Car-michael, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Magaw,
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. E. HIggins, C. L.
Anderson, Mrs. B. T. Perdue, T. H.
Harris, Mrs. Ernest Spencer, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Vogt, J. J. and Albert Gerig.
J. C. Howell, Miss Emma Washburn.
James Engesser. D. E. Mclver, D. TV.
Davis. Ollie Mardis, TV. S. Tison of Sa Savannah
vannah Savannah and others.

The following list is only a partial
one of the Fort McCoy and Burbank
delegations, as over one hundred peo people
ple people accompanied the excursion from
these points: Mr. and Mrs. E. TV. Hill.
Miss Cecil Bogue, Mr. and Mrs. J. 8.
Grantham, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. LaRue,
James Haney, J. C. Langworthy and J.
TV. Stephens.
At the beautiful new town of Ken Kenwood,
wood, Kenwood, the latest of the New South
Farm and Home Company's settle settlements,
ments, settlements, in Putnam county, eighty-five
people boarded the train, and so crowd crowded
ed crowded were the coaches by this time that
every foot of standing room in aisles

the lute-like strains of a "bird of
Paradise." I'd rather lay rny head
upon the pulsing warmth of her gentle
bosom, than to feel the eager caress
of a western blizzard. I love her so
well indeed that when life's fitful
fever is spent, I'd rather sleep beneath
the music of her soughing winds and
her coverlet of crystal sand3 than to

rest my bones in mausoleums of the
men of millions. Mr. Chairman, in a
word sir, and gentlemen, such is my
devotion to the Land of Flowers, I'd
rather start for the pearly gates of
the New Jerusalem from her wave-

washed and sun-kissed shores than to
go to in the other direction from the
graven portals of King George's palace.
With this estimate of Florida you
cannot be surprised at my enthusiasm
for that or those agencies which spell
the progress and prosperity of her peo people.
ple. people. It is charged that Florida folks are
lazy. A base calumny. Here and there
you may find one possessed of hook hookworms,
worms, hookworms, like the deaf fellow who con confessed
fessed confessed in "an experiment meeting" aft after
er after a good "sister" had said she was
"a poor worm of the dust, but the Lord
was good to her," saying: "Brethring,
I'm like the goud sister who has spok

en. I m a poor wormy cuss myseir.
but the Lord is good to me too." Such
a fellow is lazy; he's bound to be. He's
too lazy to get up off of a bumble bee.
But, gentlemen, Mr. E. P. Rentz, the
distinguished president and indefatiga indefatigable
ble indefatigable builder of the Ocala Northern,
does not belong in that class.
It is said he who makes two blades
of grass to grow where once there
grew but one Is a philanthropist. If
this be true, then he who builds a rail railroad
road railroad across a trackless wilderness,
and thus bids It blossom as the rose,
giving birth to towns and cities and
fruitful fields and smiling landscapes,
is a benefactor to his race.
Today there is witnessed in this state

and duly celebrated the completion of
two great railway enterprises. Mr.
Henry M. Flagler, a son of the North,
out of the plethor of an unlimited
purse, has bridged the sea with steel
and concrete, a splendid structure that
at once laughs in the face of the storm
king, and weds the little queen of the

Gulf to her mainland suitor. He has

wrought well, and the nations of the
world are delighting to do him honor.
But Mr. E. Pierce Rentz by dint of
prodigious financiering, and inmeasur inmeasur-able
able inmeasur-able self-sacrifice and industry has
welded by bands of steel two of our
fair inland cities, bringing to each

new agencies of thrift and new ave avenues
nues avenues of prosperity. For this we de

light to do him honor, and express to
him our sincere admiration for his
genius, not forgetting to express as
well our warmest wish that his useful
life may be spared many years to en en-Joy
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The excursion train returned to Ocala

In the evening, bringing back those and platforms was taken. These
who did not remain over for the even- ( thrifty, prosperous people are doing
Ing and night celebrations. Superin- j wonders and a veritable little city has
tendent Hollinrake is justly proud of sprung up in less than six months
the way he handled the first two thru where not a house stood before. There

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trains on his new road, as many of his;
friends told him it was too soon to I
risk a train over the road, and that he
was sure to get it off the rails.
The Times-Union correspondent tells
on another page of today's paper of
the reception of the crowd at the de depot
pot depot and their entertainment till aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Certain it is, that the Palat Palatka
ka Palatka Board of Trade and its citizens did
not do things by halves, and the Ocala
people and the entire crowd of visitors
will long remember with pleasure their
royal reception in the Gem City.
Most of the visitors stopped at the
huge Putnam House, and the manager
told the Star man that he only had
three vacant rooms out of the 300
in the house.
In the evening the committee gave
the visitors a dance in the handsome
ball room. The orchestra supplied
splendid music for the dance. Pretty
Ocala and Palatka girls and handsome
young matrons with their partners
filled the large rooms and enjoyed the
dance till after 11 o'clock.
Shortly after 10 o'clock the spacious
dining room with plates laid for 300
guests was opened and the guests of
the Palatka Board of Trade and busi business
ness business men filed in and took their seats.
The menu was a most appetizing one,
well served and much enjoyed. Be Between
tween Between courses the toastmaster, Hon. H.
A. Davis, mayor of Palatka, called on
the speakers.
Hon. J. C. Calhoun of Palatka made
the address of welcome and President
E. P. Rentz responded in a few well

chosen words. Mr. Rentz's heart was
so filled with the honors that had been
heaped upon him all through the day
and evening that he could not, he
said, fittingly thank the people of Pa Palatka.
latka. Palatka. Following Mr. Rentz the following
gentlemen made speeches, responding
to toasts, as they were called upon:
Col. Herbert L Anderson of Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; Mr. R. C. Muncaster, of Ocala;
Hon. J. G. Walton of Palatka; Hon. S.
J. Hilburn of Palatka; Mr. George Ha Ha-bin.
bin. Ha-bin. of Palatka: Mr. F. J. O'Hara of
Jacksonville; Editor McKenzie of the
Palatka Times-Herald; J. B. Mullaney
of the New South Farm and Home Co.,
Jacksonville; J. M. Rose, of the Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Southern & Florida Railroad; R.
Jt. Carroll of the Ocala Star, and Mr.

Chas. H. Seig. president of the New
South Farm and Home Company. Some
fine talks were made and the evening
had never a dull moment till the close
of the -speaking and banquet at 2
o'clock in the morning.
Several of the speakers in referring
to the great one-man work of Mr.
Rentz, compared it to the .work of Mr.
Henry M. Flagler in building the over oversea
sea oversea railroad to Key West, which event
had Just been celebrated in Key West.
They said that while Mr. Flagler's
work was one of the greatest in the
eountry and much praise was due him,
yet by comparison, it was not as great,
nor did It mean as much to him as the
completion of this fifty miles of road
through the wilderness meant to Mr.
Ber&z. Mr. Flagler was backed by his
own colossal fortune of millions and
the millions of the Standard Oil Com Company,
pany, Company, and Mr. Rentz had built the road
out of his own means and with his
own resources.
One speaker referred to the praise
that has always been awarded him
who makes two blades of grass grow
where formerly only one grew, and
said that even greater must be the
benefit to mankind from him who
should build a railroad and open up to
the world a thousand square miles of
country, fertile and filled with natural
and undeveloped resources, which was
formerly not a contributing section,
and practically not on the map for all
the good It did the state. That this
man had placed on the map of his
tat a thousand square miles of coun-

are several nice stores doing business,
other store buildings being erected, a
telephone line being put in, a big stave
and handle factory in operation and
houses, cottages and tents as far as
eye can reach through the open pine


Rev. J. B. Ley of the Ocala Methodist
church, was appointed to reply to the
toast on "Florida" at the Ocala North Northern
ern Northern banquet at Palatka. Owing to un unavoidable
avoidable unavoidable circumstances, the speech
was not delivered, but it is entirely

too good to be lost, so the Star secured
Mr. Ley's permission to print it. It

Mr. Toast Master. Mr. E. P. Rentz,
officers of the Ocala Northern Rail Railway,
way, Railway, visiting guests and citizens of
Palatka Gentlemen: I believe in
Florida. I thereupon hail with more
than passing pleasure that or those
agencies which bespeak her prosperity

or prophecy her progress.
I believe so profoundly in Florida,
and love her so passionately, that for
me, no skies than here are studded
with brighter stars, no streams, than
hers, flash more sparkling waters, no
flowers, than hers, bloom in brighter
hue, nor breathe a sweeter perfume,
nor does the sun of any clime shine
with more fervid splendor.
I entertain for Florida such fond

admiration that the scintillating smile
which plays upon the face of her
festive alligators is more attractive to
me than would be the play of love that
dances in the eyes of a polar bear. I'd
rather listen to the music of the mock mocking
ing mocking birds at mating time than to hear

Messrs. W. J. Wilson and E. II. Cal Cal-der
der Cal-der of Citra were at the Montezuma

last evening. Mr. uson, a young

man originally from Early County, Ga
but who has lived some time at Live
Oak, is with J. B. Barton in the naval

stores business. He has recently
bought a tract of land situated four
miles east of Citra, and his visit to
Ocala was to settle up the business
necessary to the transaction. He show showed
ed showed the reporter a most interesting set
of titles, a bunch of papers, yellowed
with age. The first of these was of
date of 1848 and was Issued from the

United States land office at Newnans Newnans-ville.
ville. Newnans-ville. This place, located some eight eighteen
een eighteen or twenty miles north of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, was once one of the most im important
portant important inland towns in the state. It
was established as a military post
during the first Seminole war, and
held much of its Importance until
about thirty years ago. We think, tho
we are not sure, that in the early part
of its existence, it was the county
seat of Alachua county, when Alachua
was twice as big as it is now, and
when Lake City was only the hamlet
of Alligator. When the writer passed
thru Newnansville in November, 1886,
it was quite a good-sized place, with a
sawmill and a number of stores. All
traces of it have now vanished, except
the heaps of sand that the wind has
tossed over the little heaps of brick
that mark where once stood the
hearths of its hundreds of homes.
Scores of wagons once came daily
from every point of the compass,

bringing trade to its busy stores, and
later the trains of the Savannah, Flor Florida
ida Florida and Western, then the state's most

important railroad, stopped a dozen
times a day at its station, but now
the pine needles carpet the streets
where the hunter and planter met to
talk and trade, and the Atlantic Coast
Line trains rattle across its site with without
out without stopping, few of the hundreds that
look from the car windows knowing
that they are riding thru what was

! once one or Hondas leading towns.

Another of Mr. Wilson's deeds bears
the signature of Ulysses S. Grant,
president of the United States from '69
to '77, and others those of General
Robert Bullock and Mr. D. A. Miller,
remembered with honor In Marion
county. Seeing them could not fail
of bringing up many interesting recol recollections
lections recollections to any old timer.

WOODMOW, estate
Holder Block
The above plat shows the five building lots I have for sale on Main Street,
immediately in front of the city market. The property is on the block adjoining
the Montezuma Hotel and the lots are valuable lots for store buildings, and will
be sold on terms so that they are within reach of every investor. The old Metho Methodist
dist Methodist parsonage is located on the property, but will be removed at once on to lot
number eight and will face South Second Street so as not to interfere with build

ing operations. The lots are just the size for stores and have a fifteen-foot alley
in the rear and cement sidewalks in front. The improvements contemplated on

the Montezuma Hotel are bound to enhance the value of the property, and it is
no secret that the Methodist church is to be sold, the church torn down or re removed
moved removed and the land offered for sale for business purposes.
There is no property on the market as near the public square that can be
bought at the price I will make you, and the terms I will give you interest at
six per cent, on deferred payments.
See me at ONCE there are only five lots.


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The educational committee of the
Woman's Club of Ocala, desire to grate gratefully
fully gratefully acknowledge the many acts of
kind assistance which so materially
contributed to the success of the W. J.
Bryan lecture on the evening of the
22nd last.
The board of trade committee and
the committee appointed by the ladies
rendered efficient service and Mr. E. C.
Bennett, the manager of the Temple
Theater, was especially kind.
To all who assisted us in any way,
including: the many who attended the
lecture and made the evening so great
a success, we are deeply grateful.
Educational Committee.

Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tab Tablets.
lets. Tablets. Druggists refund money If It fails
to cure. E. TV. GROVE'S signature is
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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 Blitchton hard road and
for this and the further reason that
I need the money, I offer it for sale.
The features are a beautiful, healthful,
accessible location, good new houses
for occupant and help, excellent barn
with stalls and outhouses; 50 acres
well fenced in perfect cultivation, well
equipped with work stock, implements,
vehicles, harness and feed. Plant will
inventory $7000, but must go at once.
All ready for immediate occupancy.
For all particulars see or write,
J. H. BRINSON. Owner.
At Courthouse, Ocala, Fla.

All new and up-to-date plays at the
big Park show all next week.

Rev. W. H. Dodge. D. D.. Pastor
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sermon.
3 p. m. Junior Missionary Society.
7 p. m. Sermon.
A cordial invitation extended to the
public. Good music at both services.
Rev. J. B. Ley, Pastor
9:30 a. m. Bible school.
11 a. m. Preaching.
Subject, "Triumphs of the Kingdom."
3 p. m. Epworth League devotional
7 p. m. Preaching.
Subject. "If God Does Not Kill Folks,
Who Does?" It will be worth your
while to hear this discussion.
"Wednesday 7 p. m. Prayer meeting
and Sunday school lesson study.
Friday 7:30 p. m. Address by Rev.
L. L. Pickett of Louisville, Ky. Dr.
Pickett will speak on the subject of
nation-wide prohibition.
A cordial Invitation to all these
J. D. Chapman, Tastor
9:30 a. m. Sunday school, W. T.
Gary, superintendent.
11 a. m. Preaching.
Sermon by Rev. C. II. Nash of Tam Tampa.
pa. Tampa. 6:15 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
7. p. m. Preaching.

Subject, '"The Home Cuming and th
A cordial invitation to anyone who
may wish to worship with us.
W. II. Coleman, Minister
19 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sermon.
Subject, "Forward."
3 p. m. Junior C. E.
7 p. m. Sermon.
Subject, "The La?t Step in Conver Conversion."
sion." Conversion." Everybody welcome.
Junior Christian Kndeavor

"Bringing: Gifts to Jesus."
Matt. 2.11. Robert C.iwdrick.


Bible lesson real by leader.
Lesson story, Viryinia Beckham.
Sentence prayers.
Mission study. Marie Wilson
Roll call and response by naming
gifts we can bring to .Tsus.
Memorize Matt. -'5:40.
Collection of dues.
Rev. Campbell Gray, Rector.
Holy Eucharist 7:30 a. m.
Sunday school 9:45 a. rn.
Morning prayer, Holy Eucharist with
sermon 10:45 a. m.

Evening prayer and sermon

50 p.


Rev. W. S. Little will be the preacher
in the morning. The rector will givs an

To buy your Groceries of us during 1912.
Among the reasons why you should deal with us,

are: Our stock is the most complete to be found
in this part of the state. -Any
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And if at any time you get any thing of us that does
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Deed lader Sertloa H of Chapter
4hns, Una of Florida.
Notice Is hereby given that R. O.
Allsopp, purchaser of tax certificate
No. "J47. dated the 1st day of June, A.
I. lt'08 and tax certificate No. 702.
dated the 7th day of June. 1909. ha
filed said certificates in my office, and
has made application for tax deed to
issue in accordance with law. Said
certificates embrace the following de described
scribed described property situated in Marion
county, Florida, to-wit: Com 5 chs w
of sc cor of nw'i of nwVi sec 26, tp
IT, s. r 24, thence n 15 chs e 15 chs a
1j chs w 15 chs also eVi of swVi of
se4 sec 21, tp 17 s, r 24 e. The said
land being assessed at the date of the
issuance of such certificate in the
name of H. Sweaton and Ulmer & Co.
Unless said certificates shall be re redeemed
deemed redeemed according: to law, tax deed
will issue thereon on the 27th day of
January. A. D. 1912.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 23rd day of December,
A. D. 1911. S. T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla,

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Made by the Marion County Fair Association
to Exhibitors at the Fair Held at Ocala
November 21 to 24, 1911

Farm Products

Best collection, exhibits on one farm, Wm. Gist, Mcintosh, 1st prize.. $ 25.00
Best collection, exhibits on one farm, P. Edwards, Ocala, 2nd prize.. 15.00
Best collection, exhibits on one farm, S. R. Pyles, Ocala, 3rd prize.. 10.00
Hay, Forage, Etc.
Best bale of hay made from beggarweed, Wm. Gist, Mcintosh 2.00
Best bale of hay made from pea vinw, J. D. Robbinson, Ocala 2.00
Best bale of hay made from crowfoot gTass, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh.. 2.00
Best bale of hay made from crab grass, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh 2.00
Best bale of hay made from alfalfa, S. R. Pyles, Ocala 2.00
Best bale of oat straw, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh 1.00
Best bale of hay made from natal grass, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh 2.00
Best bale of hay made from cock-spur grass, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh.. 2.00
Best bale of hay made from Mexican clover, F. W. Ditto, Ocalaa 2.00
Best sample of Para grass, J. B. Simonton, Simonton 1.00
Best bale of oat hay, Anthony Farm Co., Anthony 2.00
Best bale of fox-tail hay, J. B. Simonton, Simonton 2.00
Best dozen bundles Marion county grown oats, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh. 2.00
Second best dozen bundles Marion Co. grown oats, C. F. Schneider. 1.00
Best dozen bundles Marion county grown rice, F. Kuhne, Burbank.. 2.00
Best bundle Marion county grown fodder, Perry Edwards, Ocala 1.00
Best bundle Marion county grown sorghum, Perry Edwards, Ocala 1.00
Best bale peanut vine hay, Anthony Farm Co., Anthony 2.00
Best collective exhibit hay and forage from one farm, W. M. Gist.... 10.00
Grain, Seeds, Etc.
Best half bushel rust proof seed oats, Perry Edwards, Ocala 2.00
Best half bushel Burt, or 90-day seed oats, Perry Edwards, Ocala.. 2.00
Second best half bushel Burt, or 90-da seed oats, W. M. Gist 1.00
Best half bushel sorghum seed, PerryEdwards, Ocala 2.00
Best half bushel rice, rough, Francis Kuhne, Burbank 2.00
Best half bushel Marion Co. grown corn, shelled, W. M. Gist 2.00

Second best half bushel Marion Co. corn, shelled, P. Edwards 1.00
Besi dozen ears Marfon county grown corn, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh 2.00
Second best dozen ears Marion county grown corn, W. M. Gist 1.00
Best barrel in shuck Marion county grown corn, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh 2.00

Best barrel velvet beans in pod, C. R. Tydings, Ocala 2.00

Best half bushel velvet beans, shelled, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh 1.00

Best half bushel peanuts, F. Wr. Ditto, Ocala 1.00
Best half bushel chufas, Perry Edwards, Ocala 1.00

Best half bushel goobers, H. A. Fausett, Ocala 1.00

Best half bushel navy beans, Perry Edwards, Ocala 1.00

Best half bushel, black-eyed peas, Perry Edwards, Ocala 1.00
Best half bushel clay peas, D. H. Irvine, Orange Lake 1.00
Best half bushel unknown peas, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh 1.00

Best half bushel Brabham peas, S. H. Gaitskill, Mcintosh 1.00
Best half bushel iron peas, S. H. Gaitskill, Mcintosh 1.00

Best collective exhibit, grain, seeds, etc., from one farm (not less

than ten varieties), Perry Edwards, Ocala 10.00

Dr. Boozer's Special Corn Prizes

-nze for boys, H. G. Reynolds, Lynne 100.00
Parize for m?n, J. B. DuVore, Reddick 100.00


Best bushel sweet potatoes, (no name), F. M. Farnbach, Boardman.. 1.00
Best bushel sweet potatoes, Providence, N. S. & F. Co., Or. Sps 1.00

Best bushel sweet potatoes. Providence, (white) C. B. Strickland.. 1.00
Best bushel sweet potatoes, Lemon Bay, S. R. Pyles, Ocala 1.00

Best bushel sweet potatoes, Nancy Hall, Peter Loos, Ocala 1.00
Best bushel sweet potatoes, Norton yam, F. W. Ditto, Ocala 1.00
Best bushel sweet potatoes. White East Indian, Peter Loos, Ocala.. 1.00
Best collective exhibit sweet potatoes, C. B. Strickland, Ocala 5.00

Best bushel any Irish potato, any red variety, Peter Loos, Ocala 1.00
Best bushel any Irish potato, any white variety, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh 1.00
Best collective exhibit Irish potatoes. W. M. Gist, Mcintosh 3.00

Dr. F. E. McClane's Special Prizes for Irish Potatoes

Best bushel Irish potatoes, Peter Loos Ocala 5.00
Second best bushel Irish potatoes, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh 3.00

Third best bushel Irish potatoes, J. H. Adams, Burbank 2.00

Best half dozen Dumpkins. W. M. Gist. Mcintosh 1.00

Best half dozen kershaws, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh
Best exhibit rutabaga turnips. Perry Edwards, Ocala
Best exhibit turnips, other than rutabagas, Mrs. J. F. Blair, Ocala.
Best exhibit egg plants, Perry Edwards, Ocala
Best exhibit radishes, J. Needham
Best exhibit sweet peppers, Mrs. Henry Livingston, Ocala
Best exhibit okra, Perry Edwards, Ocala
Best exhibit lettuce, J. H. Adams, Burbank
Best exhibit tomatoes, Fred Ricter, Burbank
Best exhibit watermelons, J. W. Morrison, Shady
Best exhibit broom corn, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh
Best pick of artichokes, Ella Mickens, Ocala
Best collective exhibit vegetables, Perry Edwards, Ocala
Best exhibit cassava, A. W. Brower, Burbank
Best exhibit cassava starch, home-made. Perry Edwards, Ocala...
Meal, Grits, and Crushed Feed
Best peck Marion county bolted meal, H. A. Fausett, Ocala
Best peck Marion county cleaned rice, H. A. Fausett, Ocala
Best collective exhibit crushed stock feed, H. A. Fausett, Ocala.,.






Best bale Sea Island cotton, Holland Gaines, Kendrick 3.00
Second best bale Sea Island cotton, Neptune Brown, Fessenden. . 2.00
Largest and best stalk Sea Island cotton, N. S. & F. Co., Or. Spgs.. 1.00
Best 50 lbs. Sea Island cotton seed, in basket, Jack James, Ocala 2.00
Best bushel Sea Island cotton seed, Geo. Giles, Ocala 2.00
Best 50 lbs. short staple cotton seed, James Harvey, Sparr 2.00
Best bushel short staple cotton seed, Geo. Giles, Ocala 1.00
Best fleece Marion county wool, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh 2.00
Best bale wool, S. T. Sistrunk, Ocala 2.00
Sugar Cane, Syrup and Sujar

Best exhibit ribbon sugar cine Edwards Bros., Ocala 2.00

Second best exhibit ribbon sugar cane, S. T. Sistrunk, Ocala
Best exhibit green sugar cane, N. S. F. & H. Co., Orange Springs
Second best exhibit green sugar cane, Holland Gaines, Kendrick

Best exhibit red sugar cane, C. C. HIgginbotham, Pine 2.00

Best exhibit Japanese sugar cane, Peter Loos, Kendrick
Second best exhibit Japanese sugar cane, Perry Edwardsr Ocala

Best exhibit sorghum, Perry Edwards, Ocala 1.00
Best exhibit syrup from cane, J. E. Brown, Ocala 2.00
Second best exhibit syrup from cane, S. T. Sistrunk, Ocala 100

Best exhibit syrup from Japanese cane, Perry Edwards, Ocala 1.00

Best exhibit syrup from sorghum, Perry Edwards, Ocala 1.00

Best 5 lbs. sugar, Perry Edwards, Ocala
Best collective exhibit cane and caae products, P. Edwards, Ocala
Second best collective exhibit cane and cane products, J. E. Brown..
Bee Products

Best exhibit comb honey, W. A. Green, Boardman 2.00

Best exhibit extract honey, W. A. Green, Boardman, 1.00
Best exhibit beeswax, W. A. Green, Boardman 1.00

Meat Products

Best Marlon county cured ham, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh 1.00

Best Marion county cured bacon, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh 1.00
Best Marion county cured breakfast bacon, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh.. 1.00
Best 5 lbs. Marion county lard, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh 1.00
Rest collective exhibit cured hoe Droducts. one individual. W. M. Gist 5.00

Tobacco and Cigars

Best exhibit sun grown tobacco, Cuban seed, J. G. Kichline, Ocala.. 3.00
Best exhibit cigars manufactured in Marion county, Chas. Peyser. Dpiloma

Citrus F ruit, Etc.

Best box oranges, W. N. Camp, Ocala, 2.00
Second best box oranges, Peter Ol3on, South Lake Weir 1.00

Best box grapefruit, J. W. Hilton, Belleview 2.00
Second best box eranefruit. John Kendie. Sparr 1.00

Deciduous Fruits

Best exhibit pecans, T. Needham, Ocala 2.00
Second best exhibit pecans, Julia Liddell, Santos 1.00

Best exhibit hickory nuts, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh 1.00
Srknil froct orhihit Viirknrv nuts. W. M. Gist. Mcintosh -50

Wine and Vlneaar

Best auart grape wine. Mrs. Nimmons, Boardman 1-00

Best quart blackberry wine. George An Butler. Ocala 100
Best quart elderberry wine. Perry Edw rds, Ocala 1 00
Best quart orange wine, Perry Edwards, Ocala 1 00

Best quart cherry wine, Perry Edwards, Ocala 1.00
Best quart Parkleberry wine, Perry Edwards, Ocala 1.00
Best quart home made vinegar, Perry Edwards, Ocala 1.00
Best collective exhibit, wine, Perry Edwards, Ocala 3.00
Awards for Mechanical and Industrial Products and Manufactures
Best display of wood carving, Dr. F. T. Schreiber, Ocala diploma
Best display of fertilizers and seeds, W D. Cam, Ocala diploma
Best utility pumps, International Harvester Co., Marion Hardware
Company, agents, Ocala diploma
Best display agricultural Implements, Marlon Hardware Co., Ocala. .diploma
Best display building lime, pulverized lime, hydrated line and road
material, Florida Lime Company, Ocala.. .....diploma
Best display plumbing goods and materials, W. S. C. Yonge, Ocala. .diploma
Best and most complete display of materials for building construc construction
tion construction and mill work, Ocala Lumber and Supply Co., Ocala. .. .diploma
Best exhibit of buggies, furniture and model grist mill, Mclver &
MacKay, Ocala diploma
Best exhibit of staple groceries, O. K. Teapot Grocery, Ocala diploma
Best exhibit of cured meats, products and canned lard by
one individual, J. M. Meffert, Lowell diploma
Best exhibit of gas engines, Ocala Gas Engine Works diploma
Best exhibit of E. M. F. automobiles, A. G. Gates, Ocala diploma
Best exhibit of Ford automobiles. Bruce Meffert, Ocala diploma
Best display by an educational and industrial institute, Fessenden
Academy, Fessenden 10.00
Cattle: Beef Brecon Shorthorns
Best bull, 3 years old or over, J. C. Howell. Anthony 5.00
Best bull over 1 year ol and under three. J. C. Howell, Anthony .... 5.00
Best bull calf under one year old, J. C. Howell, Anthony 5.00
Best cow three years old or over, J. C. Howell, Anthony 5.00
Best cow or heifer over 1 and under 3 years old, J. C. Howell, 5.00
Best heifer under one year old, J. C. Howell, Anthony 6.00
Best herd, 1 bull and 4 females, any age, J. C. Howell. Anthony 10.00
Best pair, bull and heifer under two years. J. C. Howell, Anthony.. 5.00
Best three, get of one sire, J. C. Howell, Anthony 5.00
Best two, produce of one cow, J. C. Howell, Anthony .. 5.00
Best and largest collection of Shorthorn cattle, J. C. Howell, Anthony 5.00
Best bull three yrs. old or over, Waldo Martin, Martin 5.00
Second Best bull over 1 and under 3 yrs. old, Edwards Bros., Ocala.... 3.00
Second best cow 3 yrs. old or over, Edwards Bros., Ocala 3.00
Second best and largest collection of Hereford cattle, Edwardes Eros. 3.00
Aberdeen A nans
Best cow or heifer over 1 and under 3 years old, S. T. Sistrunk.... 5.00
Best heifer under 1 yr. old, S. T. Sistrunk, Ocala 5.00
Best herd, one bull and four females, any age, Sistrunk 10.00
Best pair, bull and heifer under two years old, S. T. Sistrunk 5.00
Best three, get of one sire, S. T. Sistrunk 5.00
Best two. produce of one cow, S. T. Sistrunk 5.00
Best and largest collection, Aberdeen Angus cattle, S. T. Sistrunk.... 5.00
Any Breed of Cattle -ot Listed
Best bull calf under one year old, Jim Howell, Anthony 5.00
Best cow, three years old or over, Jim Howell, Anthony 5.00
Best cow or heifer over one year and under 3 years, Jim Howell 5.00
Best herd, one bull and four females, any age. Jim Howell 10.00
Best pair, bull and heifer under two years, Jim Howell 5.00
Best two produce of one cow, Jim Howell 5.00
Dairy Breeds Jersey
Best bull, three years old or over, J. B. Simonton, Simonton 5.00
Best bull over one and under thre years old. Jack Camp, Ocala 5.00
Second best bull over one and under three years, Jack Camp. Ocala.... 5.00
Best bull calf under one year old. Jack Camp, Ocala 5.00
Second best bull calf under one year old, J. B. Simonton, Simonton.. 3.00
Best cow three years old or over, H. IL Whitworth, Ocala 5.00
Best cow or heifer over one and under thre years old. Jack Camp.... 5.00
Second best cow or heifer over 1 and under 3 years, J. B. Simonton.. 3.00
Best heifer under one year old. H. H.Whitworth 5.00
Second best heifer under one year old. Jack Camp 3.00
Best herd, 1 bull and 4 females, any age, J. B. Simonton, Simonton.. 10.00
Second best herd, 1 bull and 4 females, and age. Jack Camp 5.00
Beat pair, bull and heifer, under two years of age, Jack Camp 5.00
Second best pair, bull and heifer under two years, J. B. Simonton. ... 3.00
Best three, get of one sire, J. B. Simonton 5.00
Best two. product of one cow. H. H. Whitworth, Ocala 5.00
Best and largest collecton of Jersey cattle. Jack Camp, Ocala 5.00
Second best and largest collection of Je ey sattle. IL H. Whitworth 3.00
Be.t bull three years old or over, Alfred Ayer, Ocala 5.00
Best bull over one and under three years, Alfred Ayer 5.00
Best bull calf under one year old, Alfred Ayer 5.00
Best cow three years old or over, Alfred Ayer 5.00
Best cow or heifer over one and under three years, Alfred Ayer.... 5.00
Best heifer under one year, Alfred Ayer 5.00
Be3t herd, one bull and four females, any age. Alfred Ayer 10.00
Best pair, one bull and one he'fer under two years, Alfred Ayer .... 5.00
Best three get of one sire, Alfred Aye 5.00
Best two produce of one cow. Alfred Ayer 5.00
Best and largest herd of Holstein cattle, Alfred Ayer 5.00
Honrs Berkshire
Best boar over one year old, Z. C. Chambllss, Ocala 3.00
Second best boar over one year old, Edwards Bros., Ocala 1.50
Eest boar under one year old, W. M. Gist. Mcintosh 3.00
Second best boar under one year old, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh 1.50
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Best sow over one year old, Edwards Bros. 3.00
Second best sow over one year old. Z. C. Chambllss 1.50
Best sow under one year old, Z. C. Chambllss 3.00
Second best sow under one year old, Z. C. Chambllss 1.50
Best pen. boar and two sows, any age, Z. C. Chambllss 5.00
Second best pen, boar and two sows, any age. W. M. Gist 2.00
Best pen of pigs, six months or under, 6 pigs or more, Edwards Bros. 5.00
Best sow and suckling brood. W. M. Gist, Mcintosh 5.00
Second best sow and suckling brood. Edwards Bro3 2.00
Beat boar over one year old, H. H. Whitworth, Ocala 3.00
Second best boar over one year old, H. H. Whitworth 1.50
Best boar under one year old, II. H. "Whitworth 3.00
Second best boar under one year old, H. II. Whitworth 1.50
Best sow over one year old, H. II. Whitworth 3.00
Best sow under one year old, Ridge & Gale, Bellevlew 3.00
Second best sow under one year old, II. JL Whitworth '.. ... 1.50
Best pen boar and two sows, any age, H. H. Whitworth 5.00
Best pen of pigs, 6 months old or under, 6 pigs or more, Whitworth 5.00
Second best pen pigs six months, etc.. Ridge & Gale. Bellevlew 2.00
Best boar under one year old, 8. T. Slstrunk, Ocala 3.00
Second best boar under one year old, C. R. Tydlngs, Ocala 1.50
Best sow over one year old, S. T. Slstrunk 3.00
Best sow under one year old, Edwards Bros., Ocala 3.00
Second best sow under one year old, S. T. Slstrunk 1.60
Best pen pigs, months or under, 6 pigs or more, S. T. Slstrunk.... 5.00
Any Breed Not Listed
Best pen pigs 6 months or under, 6 pigs or more, Jerry Mitchell 5.00
Fat Hogra

Best fat hog, any age, C. R. Tydings, Ocala C.OO
Second best fat hop. any ace. C. R. Tydings. Ocala 3.00


Best ram and 2 ewes, any age, W. M. OiBt, Mcintosh 3.00
Best lamb under one year old, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh 2.00

Anv Breed. Not Listed

Best ram and 2 ewes, any age, Ridge & Gale, Belleview 3.00
Best lamb under one year old, Ridge & Gale, Belleview 2.00


best pen Angora goats, 1 male and 2 females, J. L. Edwards, Ocala 3.00
Best Den milch goats. 1 male and 2 females. R. S. Pickett. Ocala 3.00

Draft (Grades)

Best mare or eeldiner. 3 years old or more. G. G. Gamble. Mcintosh 5.00

Coach Horses Pure Bred

Best stallion, 3 years old or over, Dr. J. T. Shaw, Ocala 10.00
Best gentleman rider over 16 years old, Dr. J. T. Shaw, Ocala 5.00

Saddle Horses Pure Bred

Best stallion, 3 years old or over, J. C. Howell, Anthony, 1st 10.00
Best gelding, 3 years old of over. Dr. J. T. Shaw, Ocala, 1st 5.00
Best mare. 3 years old or over. T. S. Wlshart. Martin 3.00

Saddle Horses Grades

Best gelding, 3 years old or over, C. B. Strickland, Ocala, 1st 5.00
Best mare, 3 years old or over, G. G. Gamble, Mcintosh, 2nd 3.00
Best mare. 1 year old and under 2. G. G. Gamble. Mcintosh. 1st.... 5.00

Best mare. 1 year old and under 2, J. N. Tiller, Martin, 2nd 3.00

Mrscellaneous Prizes

Best pair of horses shown to rig, W. W. Chappell, Kendrick, 1st 10.00
Best pair of horses shown to rig, C. Carmichael, Ocala, 2nd 5.00
Best mare, with produce at side, T. S. Wlshart, Martin 10.00
Best mare, with produce at side. W. M. Gist, Mcintosh, 2nd 5.00


Best jack. 3 years old. J. M. Meffert, Lowell. 1st 5.00


Best horse mule, 3 years old or over, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh, 1st.... 5.00
Best horse mule, 3 years old or over, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh, 2nd.... 3.00
Best horse mule, 2 years old and under 3, J. B. Simonton, 1st 5.00
Best horse mule, 2 years old and under 3, J. B. Simonton, 2nd 3.00
Best mare mule, 3 years old or over, J. M. Meffert, Lowell, 1st. . 5.00
Best mare mule, 3 years old or over, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh, 2nd 3.00

Best mare mule, 2 years old and under 3, J. B. Simonton, 1st 5.00
Best mare mule, 2 years old and under 3, J. B. Simonton, 2nd 3.00
Best. mare mule. 1 year old and under 2, J. M. Meffert, Lowell, 1st.. 5.00

Best mare mule, 1 year old and under 2, J. B. Simonton, 2nd 3.00

Standard Bred Horses

Best stallion, 3 years old or over, J. R. Blackiston, Ocala, 1st 10.00
Best stallion, 3 years old or over, S. T. Slstrunk, Ocala, 2nd 5.00
Best mare, 3 years old or over, Geo. MacKay, Ocala, 1st 5.00
Best gelding, 3 years old or over, Guy Toph, 2nd .. 3.00
Best mare or gelding colt under 1 year old, J. R. Blackiston, 1st.. 5.00
Best mare or gelding colt under 1 year old, C. Carmichael, 2nd.. .. 3.00

Coach Horses Grades

Best mare or gelding, 3 years old or over, Edwards Bros., Ocala, 1st 5.00
Best mare or gelding, 2 years old and under 3, Mrs. Roller, 1st. . 5.00
Best colt, under 1 year old, Edwards Bros, 1st 5.00

Standard Bred Horses Grades

Best mare or gelding, 3 years old or over, H. H. Whitworth, 1st 5.00

Best mare or gelding, 3 years old or over, G. T. Liddon, 2nd 3.00

Best mare or gelding, 2 years old and under 3 H. H. Whitworth, 1st 5.00

Best mare or gelding, 1 year old and under 2, H. H. Whitworth, 1st 5.00

Best mare or gelding, 1 year old and under 2, W. M. Gist, 2nd 3.00

Best cold under 1 year old, H. H. Whitworth, 1st... 5.00
Best colt under 1 year old, R. H. Goodyear, 2nd 3.00

Special awards by judges, H. A. Fausett, Ocala, 1st 5.500
Special awards by judges, Walter Tiller, Martin, 2nd 3.00

Miscellaneous Prizes

Best drviing horse shown to rig, H. H. Whitworth, Ocala, 1st 5.00
Best driving horse shown to rig, Dr. J. T. Shaw, Ocala, 2nd 3.00
Best saddle horse shown under saddle, T: S. Wishart, Martin, 1st. 5.00
Best delivery rig, R. L. Keating, Ocala, 1st 5.00


(A full list of the poultry exhibit and prize winners has already ap

peared m tnese columns.)
Mrs. R. H. Saners, Dunnellon, Fla.

Pastel picture $ 1.00
Hand-painted piano cover 1.00
Pastel (special) 1.00

Miss Daisy Ross, Dunnellon

One embroidered water set 1.00

Mrs. John Dean, Dunnellon

Oil pointing (special) 1.00

Mrs. H. C. Edwards, Ocala.

Best embroidered bed spread 1.00
ProBB-Btaitched dresser set 1.00

Mrs. Julia Siamon. Weirsdale

Best set crocheted bag 1.00
Small crocheted center piece 50
Child's crocheted suit 1.00
Crocheted corset covef .50
Mrs. L. T. Izlar, Ocala
Best child's embroidered cloak 1.00
Best outlined quilt 1.00
Mrs. B. J. Benson, Dunnellon
Colored center piece 1.00
Embroidered towels. ..-". 1.00
Mrs. P. J. Billingsley, Ocala
Embroidered pillow (special 1.00
Mrs. Annie Long. Connor
Best palmetto hat... 1.00
Mrs. W. R. Bryant, Belleview
Best collection of articles made of dishrag gourds 2.00
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, Ocala
Pastel magnolia 100
Best child's embroidered dress 1.00
Best ricestitch embroidered dress 1.00
Best exhibit palm flowers (3 varieties) 1.00
Best exhibit crystal work 2.00
Best exhibit of curios 3.00
Best exhibit of fish scale work 2.00
Miss Mary Sanders, Ocala
Pastel landscape 1.00
Julia Nasser, Ocala
Paper flowers (special) 1.00
Crocheted sofa pillow 1.00
Specimen of crocheted lace ; 1.00
Mrs. G. D. Washburn, Ocala
Best exhibit bead work 2.00
Best fancy pitcher 50
Mrs. B. F. Condon, Ocala
Best shadow embroidered pillow case 50

Best shadow embroidered bolero 1.00
Best lawn dress lingere 1.00
Underskirt 50
Fancy garters 50
Embroidered net dress.. 1.00
Lace handkerchief 50
Mrs. Campbell Gray, Ocala
Best tatting yoke 1-00
Best pin cushion 50
Best tatting tie ends 50
Best tatting edge 50
Best tatting medallions 1.00
Best infant's dress 1-00


Montmallic center piece
Embroidered sideboard scarf
Mrs. R. G. Blake, Ocala
Best shadow embroidered shirt waist.
Cuff set


Best Infant's bib
Miss Sara Davis, Ocala
Best embroidered belt
Best baby cap (embroidered)
Best monogram handkerchief

Miss Lucy E. Scott, Fairfield
Worsted quilt 1
Mrs. W. A. Konow, Ocala
Best embroidered lunch set LOO
Infant's dress (special
Infant's cap -50
Mrs. M. A. Tucke, Ocala
One embroidered panel i-00

Specimen of tatting insertion.

Tatting center piece.


Tailored shirt waist (special) 100

Two yard3 of knitted lace .50
Set of button holes .50
Shadow embroidered dress L00
Mrs. Alivon Davis, Ocala
Best specimen point lace LOO
Best embroidered table cover l 00
Mrs. W. H. Dodge, Ocala

Embroidered baby cap
Embroidered collar
Mrs. W. Wolfe, Ocala
Best point lace tie end3

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Mrs. Fred DeBarry, Ocala
Best colored embroidered piano scarf. 1 qo
Mrs. J. H. Livingston, Jr., Ocata
Best hand-painted dress nn
Best oil painting i'oo
Best large dish china painting g0
Best cup and saucer china painting.. rn
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Best punch bowl china painting 0Q
Best child's scene oil painting ." i 00
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Best stone pitcher (special),

Best head rest
Best hand bag, braided...
Best braid watch chain ..

Miss Irma Blake, Ocala






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Burnt wood taborette Ti

Burnt wood chair ,'on
Best embroidered chair t
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itii. winydic, Connor
Root Ovhlhtt !lllUn j

"""i. ai m.icD uiauo irum palmetto 100

Miss josie Bullock, Ocala

ubj. uu jjttiuuufi, vnri, (.special) 2 00

Mrs. R. B. Bullock, Ocala
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Mrs. h. C. Jones, Ocala
Best embroidered hat
Mrs. C. E. Hill. Ocala

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Mrs. J. a. Robertson, Ocala

Best laid quilt.
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iia.uu-ixia.uts wuuieu rug
Fancy scarf !!.'!.! '. ...
Crocheted table cover
Mrs. W. M .Gober, Dunnellcn

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Mrs. f. w. Bishop, Anthony
Best home-made woolen comforter
Mrs. E. L. Carney, Ocala

tsest drawn-work napkins
Best crocheted cape 1 i 1 '.
Mrs. E. M. Gregg, Ocala
Best water-color painting
Best collection of paintings ... ..
Mrs. J. H. Grumbles, Dunnellon
Best child's crocheted coat
Mrs. Mary Flewellen, Mcintosh
Oil painting (special)
Coronation center piece
Oil painting (special) ...'
Mrs. von Encfelken, Ocala

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Fancy scarf (special) .".. ..". . ."
Mrs. G. W. Means, Mcintosh
Fancy laec handkerchief
Mrs. Waites, Orange Lake
Drawn work table cover
Best bureau scarf 1.1! Ill
Mrs. S. S. Savage, Jr., Ocala
Best embroidered net waist
Mrs. J. Carstens, Ocala
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Mrs. Menry c. Groves, Ocala
Embroidered child'es sacaue

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Ttsf tattinc Via Kir

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Infant's bib

Child's underskirt (special)
Mrs. Louis Yonce, Ocala

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Best coronation braid dress ... ..'. ,JJJ

uian" num. auu emDroiaerea torset cover..
Mrs. R. E. Yonge, Ocala
Pair eiYihrnMnmil nAl.

Pair pillow cases

wiiii i vnyc, ucaia
Embroidered gown
Mrs. D. W. Tompkins. Ocala

Hand-painted sofa pillow

Miss Annie Davis, Ocala
Best muffin cake
Best beaten biscuit 1111

Best whole wheat bread
Best pies I'

Best rosette (special) rX
n a. x i ....... .OU

xjeai, ;a canes
Besta ribbon cake 11. 11. 11. 11. .!..
Best peppermnit cake. 1 1 1 1 ."..." V. .. 1 1 1 1
Best collection of home cooking ." ... ..."...! 1
Two yards crocheted lace .1
Fancy apron HI HI ' ""
Shadow embroidered apron ...." 1 .
Mrs. Tydings. Ocala

S! PHl0,W 8am,VV. LOO

ii.uiuroiueuer uanaKercnier
Miss Bessie McClaine, Ocala

Best table cover 111!! HI HI HI 11.1 100
French embroidered gown -i'aa

cyeiet emoroiaerea gown j qq

Mrs. J. L. Edwards, Ocala

Best drawn-work center piece oo
Mrs. J. Bradford Webb, Kendrick
Silk-velvet comforter j qq

miss Jessie Anaerson, ocala
Pair knitted socks
Pair knitted baby socks .11111 ... !.".... ...!.!
Mrs. M. A. Oong, Ocala
Best crocheted Afghan
Mrs. J. E. Bailey, Ocala
Silhouette picture (special)
Miss Edna Culverhouse, Ocala
Best woman's head in burnt wood
Best burnt wood panel
Best collection of burnt wood
Mira May Parr, Ocala
Best oil painting on velvet
Best sofa pillow painted on velvet
Painted sofa pillow (special)
Mrs. Sapp, Ocala
Best sofa pillow
Mrs. E. C. Edwards, Ocala
Worst ead quilt
Mrs. W. D. Ritchie, Ocala
French embroidered corset cover
Best embroidered doilies
Best drawn work baby pillow case
Best plain shirt waist
Mrs. L. J. Knight, Ocala
Best infant's outfit
Mrs. R. R. Carroll, Ocala
Bureau scarf
Point lace coat (secial)
Crocheted bed spread
Mrs. J. D. Fercuson, Ocala
Best article made of wire-grass
Best collection of articles made of wie grass
Best collar
Mrs. Hulbert, Ocala
Best colored embroidered shirt waist
Best eyelet embroidered shirt waist
Best embroidered ladies dress
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, Ocala
Best crocheted mats for table
Best set doilies (special)
Best pillow sham
Best princess slip
Mrs. J. H. Spencer, Ocala
Embroidered table cloth
Child's embroidered dress
Embroidered gown (special)
Child's embroidered pinafore
Mrs. J. H. Brinson, Ocala
Best dressed doll

Mrs. Will Goin, Ocala
Best eyelet center piece, embroidered 1.00
Best eyelet corset cover 1.00


































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Best drawn center piece.. .,
Mrs, Tom Wallace, Ocala

Lace (special)
Mrs. J. B. Ley, Ocala
Pineapple, canned
Pineapple, preserved
Best canned peaches
Miss Mary Seymour, Ocala
Landscape (special)
Miss Agnes Dalzell, Ocala
Best hand-painted olive dish
Best hand-painted bon bon dish
Best hand-painted dessert dish
Best hand-painted platter
Best hand-painted jelly dish
Mrs. j. E. Johnson, Santos
Best cotton patch-work quilt
Best jar mincemeat
Best jar preserved figs
Best jar blackberry jam
Best Monmellic center piece
Best tufted embroidered dress
Mrs. Sidney Haile, Ocala
Fancy Handkerchief
Mrs. T. RIchter, Burbank
Crocheted pillow sham
Crocheted bed spread
Drawn work and tatting (special)
Mr. MeMAnuaBnrbaKlt
Best scrim drawn work table cover
Roselle Jelly
Roselle buds (special)
Bottle of pepper sauce
Jar preserved tomatoes
Mr. Ponder Oeala
Best coronation, centerpiece
Large vase china painting
Toilet set china painting:
Saled set china painting
Stein set china painting
Best collection china painting
.Mrs. Booker Orala
Best cabbage picket, one jar
Best canned peaches
Mrs. J. S. Rlfenbtrs; Orala
Best glass of grape jelly
Two best glasses of plum jelly
Saur cucumber pickles
Sweet green tomatoes picked
Mrs. Mamie Fx Oral
Beat jar preserves
Mrs. BerryOeala
Coronation table cover
Mrs. G. K. Robins Oeala
Hand made linen sheet about 200 yrs. old entered as special
Mrs. E. Li. Howell Oeala
Best silk quilt
Best Hedebo table cover
Miss Bobble Baldwla MelntM
Best Irish crocheted color
Best colored emb. corset cover
Best Hedebo emb. shirt waist
Mrs. M. Li. Baldwin Mcintosh
Child's fancy dress
Miss Mortis Baldwin Melatosk
Best burnt wood dresser box
Tinted embroidered centerpiece
Baby's saque
Miss Matll Durham Oeala
Drawn work handkerchief
Miss Annie Russell Oeala
Tufted sofa pillow
Miss Artie Baldwin Mcintosh
Montmellls centerpiece

Best drawn work pillow top
Point lace handkerchief
Lace baby cap
Mrs. J. A. Flewellen Mcintosh
Chlldn's cloak
Miss Lin Lewis Mcintosh
Silk piece quilt t
Mrs. G. A. Flewellen Melntosh
Silk embroidered quilt
Miss Murrell Mcintosh
Piano cover (special)
Mrs. S. II. Walknp Melntosh
Best embroidered parasol
Embroidered centerpiece
Mrs. W. M. Gist Mcintosh
Fancy drawn work centerpiece (special)
Best quince preserves
Best Jar pear preserves
Best jar chow chow preserves
Best sweet plckel peaches
Best orange marmalade
Mrs. Hatchet Oranflfe Lake
Infant's outfit, six pieces
Mrs. Emmet Flewellen Mcintosh
Coronation braid shirt waist
Best crocheted shawl
Best decorated cake
Best crocheted handkerchief, border
Mrs. B. F. Dorsey Melntosh
Best Soutache braid shirt waist
Best house dress
Mrs. Ida Smith Melntosh
Best Roman embroidery
Best guava jam
Best Jar preserved peaches
Mrs. Carroll Mcintosh
Piano cover (special)
Miss Edna Rice Oeala
Irish crocheted belt
Spimen crocheted work
Mrs. Joseph Gist Mcintosh
Best shirt waist
Best photo frame
Miss Llllle Walknp Melntosk
Tirted embroidered table cloth
Mrs. Peltys Melntosk
Tatting jabot
Miss Lillian Lopes Ocala
Collar and cuff set
Miss Roselle Lopes Ocala
Embroidered yoke
Miss Annie Atkinson Oeala
Best leather work (special)
Best handkerchief case
Miss McClymonds Oeala
Best woven centerpiece
Mrs. Alice Voft Ocala
Bread and shell exhibit
Drawn work dress (special)
Lace and drawn work (special)
Miss Dora May Vo;t Ocala
Best drawn work tray cover
est drawn work centerpiece
Best drawn work handkerchief
Mrs. A. Winer -Oesla
Best glass of May haw jelly
Best jar preserved cantaloupe
Best loaf home made bread
Best sunbonnet
Best gentleman's shirt
Best kitchen apron
Best sample of darning
Mrs. C. V. Roberts Ocala
Best jar of peach jelly
Best jar of mixed pickles
Mrs. Dr. Peake Oesla
Embroidered waist front (special)
Best tinted sofa pillow
Best centerpiece
Miss GeneTleve Smith Oeala
Painting (special)
Mrs. John II. Tnylor Ocala
Tatting handkerchief
Net centerpiece emb. in colors
Mrs. G. S. Scott Oeala
Best child's saque (special)
Best glass guava jelly
est exhibit of jelly
Mrs. J. V. AlkenOeala
Chenille sofa pillow
Mrs. Marsh Oeala
Best caramel cake
Mrs. J. F. Blair Oeala
Best dozen light rolls
Best plate of biscuits
Best marble cake
Best sponge cake
Be?t ginger cake
Best fruit cake
Best baked beans
Best bottle home made salad dressing
Best jar pickled radish
Mrs. II. B. Clarkaon Oeala
Best loaf of bread
Miss Bessie MacKay Oeala
Bset fancy apron
Best tray cloth
Mrs. Dunn Oeala
Best hand painted sofa pillow (special)
One hand painted' pillow top
Mrs. W. A. K night Ocala
Best long shirtwaist
Best kitchen apron





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Funeral Dlrcctcro

Undertakers and Ectdz:crs

Fine Caskets and Burial ?.zlx

D. E. STIVER, Fnneral Director

All Work Done by licensed Eia-

balmers and Fully Guaranteed.
Phones: D. E. Mclver. 104: 8am

Pyles. 380; Undertaking Office. 4T.


Of Amendment to Charter
Notice is hereby given, that on

Tuesday, the 26th day of December,
1911. at the regular annual meetlnx ot
. nj am. (va T

me sipcKDOiaers ine .v;ominycuu
Bank of Ocala. the following amsnd
ment to the charter of the company
was made, to-wit:

By striking out the following por-

tlon of Article V. of said charter, to-

"The business of the company
shall be conducted by the follow following
ing following officers, to-wlt: a president,
two vice presidents, a cashier, and
a board of directors consisting of
nine qualified stock holders: these
officers shall be elected at the an annual
nual annual meeting of the stock holders
and directors on the fourth Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday in December of each year." ..,
And by substitution in lieu thereof
the following, to-wlt:
"The business of the company
shall be conducted by the follow following
ing following officers, to-wit: a president,
two vice presidents, a cashier, and
a board of directors consisting of
nine qualified stock holders: these
officers shall be elected at the an annual
nual annual meeting of the stock holders
and directors on the second Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday In January of each year.
And notice is hereby given, that the
said The Commercial Bank of Ocala,
will, on the thirtieth day of January.
1912, apply to the governor of Florida
for the approval thereof, and letters
patent issued thereon reciting the said
alteration or amendment as required
by law.
The Commercial Bank of Ocala-
(Seal) By Jas. C Boozer,
Attest: Its President
Geo. J. Blitch, Its Cashier.

Deed Under Section 8 of Chapter
4888, Laws ot Florida.
Notice is hereby given that J. I.B.
Iludgens, purchaser of tax certificate
No. 1161. dated the first day of July.
A. D. 1901, has filed said certificate in
my office, and has made application
for tax deed to issue in accordance with,
law. Said certificate embraces the
following described property situated

in Marion county. Florida, to-wlt: EV4
of nwVi sec 4 tp 15 sr 20 e. The said

land being assessed at the date of the
issuance of such certificate In the
name of unknown. Unless said cer certificate
tificate certificate shall be redeemed according to
law, tax deed will issue thereon on the
14th day of February. A. D. 1912.
Witness my signature and seat
this the 10th day of January, A. D.
1912. S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
In County judge's Court,
Marion County, Florida.
Whereas, Thos. R. Higgins applied
to this court for letters of adminis administration
tration administration on the estate of Albert L. Bar Barber,
ber, Barber, deceased, late of the county of
Marion, state of Florida;
These are, Therefore, to cite and ad admonish
monish admonish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of said deceased, to be
and appear before this court on or be before
fore before the 29th day of January, A. D.
1912, and file objections, if any they
have, to the granting letters as afore aforesaid,
said, aforesaid, otherwise the same will be
granted as prayed.
Witness Joseph Bell,, county judge
of Marion county, Florida, and the
seal of said court, this 21st day of
December, 1911. Joseph Bell,
(Seal) County Judge.








Notice is hereby given that by vir virtue
tue virtue of a final decree rendered the 13th
day of November, 1911, in a certain
cause pending in the circuit court,
fifth Judicial circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion county, in chancery, where wherein
in wherein George K" Robinson is complainant
and L. M. Raysor, James C. Raysor. B.
E. Raysor and wife Tillie, Henry Ray Raysor
sor Raysor and wife Roberta, L. M. Raysor.
Jr.. and wife Lillian. Vic. Raysor, Lola
Raysor, Clifford Raysor and wife
Caro, Mrs Laura Hansell and husband,
Howell Hansell, are defendants, the
undersigned will, on Monday, the 5th
day of February, 1912, the same being
a legal sales day, offer for sale and
sell, between the legal hours of sale
in front of the west door of the court
house at Ocala, Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, to the highest bidder for cash, the
mortgaged premises therein described,,
to-wit: West half of northwest quar quarter
ter quarter of section thirty, township thir thirteen
teen thirteen of range twenty-two, east, and
east half of northeast quarter of sec section
tion section 25, In township 13. south, range
twenty-one, east. Sold to satisfy said
final decree and costs.
Lanier Robertson.
Special Master.
Deed Under Section 8 ot Chapter
4888, Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that I I
Home, purchaser of tax certificates
Nos. 1761. 1766. dated the 1st day of
July, A. D. 1901. hasfi hsu said certifi certificates
cates certificates in my office, and has made ap ap-nlieation
nlieation ap-nlieation for tax deed to issue Invac-

cordance with law. Said certificate
embrace the following described prop property
erty property situated in Marion county. Flor

ida, to-wit: Se'i or sei sec 3Z, ana
nVi of ne'i sec 33, all in tp 16, r 21
east. The said land being assessed at
the date of the issuance of such cer certificates
tificates certificates in the name of Willis Robert Robertson
son Robertson and unknown. Unless said certifi certificates
cates certificates shall be redeemed according to
law, tax deed will Issue thereon on the
6th day of February. A. D. 1912.
Witness my official signature and
seal this the 3rd day of January. A. D.
1912. S. T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co., Fla.

(To be Continued)

Under and by virtue of an execution
issued out of and under the seal of the
circuit court, in and for Marion coun county,
ty, county, Florida, dated the 26th day of De December.
cember. December. A. D 1911, in a certain cause,
wherein the Ocala Fertilizer Company
is plaintiff, and L. Trowbridge Is de defendant,
fendant, defendant, I have levied on, and will. on.
Mondar, February the 5th, A. D.
1912, the same being a legal sales day,
and during the legal hours of sale,
offer for sale at the west door of the
court house in Ocala, Florida, and sell
to the highest and best bidder for
cash, the following described real es estate,
tate, estate, in Marlon county, Florida, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: The north half CnH) of lot forty forty-nine
nine forty-nine (49) sub of the west half w)
of the Sanchez grant, township fifteen
(15) south, range twenty-two (22)
east, to be ten (10) acres of land, was
ordered and directed to be sold by the
sheriff of Marion county, Florida, to
satisfy said debt, interest and all costs
of court. J. P: Galloway.
Sheriff of Marion County, Florida.
W. K. Zewadskl. Plaintiffs Atty.
Of Final Settlement nnd Dlsehnrnre
Notice is hereby given that onthe
14th day of February, A. D. 1912, tha
undersigned will present my accounts
and vouchers to the Honorable Joseph
Bell, judge of probate in and for Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Florida, and will make my
final settlement and will apply for final
discharge as such guardian.
Martha Ida Brooks,
As Guardian of Winnie, Delia and
Flora Brooks, Minors.
This July 10, 191L

Notice Is hereby given that on tha
1st day of April. 1912, the undersign

ed executor will present my accounts
and vouchers to Hon. JoseDh BelL

judge of probate in and for Marlon

county. Florida, at nis ornce in ucaia,
Florida, and will make my final settle settlement
ment settlement and will apply for final dischargo.
as such executor. Wm. M. Baker,

47 West 42nd BU New YorK City.
As Executor of Last Will and Testa Testament
ment Testament of Mrs. T. W. Baker.



Absolute Safety
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 yon can get along
without and put the money in the bank. on 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 mouth.
Deposits in any amount respectfully solicited,
and all alike will receive the same careful, cour courteous
teous courteous and prompt attention.

Jmttutrrxral Jamt


BEG TO ANNOUNCE that on the
1st, 2nd and 3rd days of Feb February
ruary February they will have in their Gents'
Furnishing department Mr. Kaiser,
an expert clothing man and fitter,
with a full line of samples from the
celebrated tailors, Schloss Brothers
& Company, showing the spring and
summer fabrics and styles.
Mr. Kaiser will be pleased to show
you the complete line of samples
and take your measure. Style, fit
and quality are guaranteed.
Rheinauer & Co.,
Ocala, Fla.

quality, and Is stamped on everything
you buy here. Always on hand a full
line of buggies, Carriages, Wagons,
Automobiles, Harness and Leather
Goods and all kinds of up-to-date
Farming Machinery. Everything that
wears wheels, made of leatiier or goes
to make farming a pleasure. Call on
us when in need we will eliminate
your troubles.








Eaalfes meet tomorrow afternoon.

K. of I". meet Monday eveninj


show and better than

Fore.-t A. Robinson of Birmingham
was a: the Ocala House yesterday.

j Read Fishers big advertisement on
ithe fourth page.

j Astyptodu cought syrup T3 good for
! young and old. At the Court Pharmacy

' Miss Alice Campbell returned today
ifrom her visit to Lake Weir.

.Everybody going to see Parks show
all next week.

A beautiful line of stationery
box paper at Tydings & Co.


Last evening a larg crowd took ad advantage
vantage advantage of the pleasant weather to
visit the Air Dome. A slide has been
put on requesting the ladies to remove
their hats, which the most of them do.
It is not very pleasant for anyone to
be hid back of a big hat and do noth nothing
ing nothing but wonder how much the hat cost,
as nothing else can be seen. But the
ladies do not deserve all the "requests."
for men and boys persist in smoking,
regardless of "requests" or that ladies
are present. Some man will be made
an unpleasant example of some eve evening,
ning, evening, when he is asked to finish his
smoke outside.
The current events, which are un unusually
usually unusually good this week, will be run
again tonight, and the other subjects
are as follows:
"Death of King Edward."
"The Struggle for Life."
'On the Coast of Bengal." a flr.e
seenie subjeet.
'The Tramp Artist."
"Judge Simpkin's Summer Court."

Parks' big canvas all next week and
only ten cents, eserved seats 25c.

Flower seeds and bulbs of all kinds
at Tydings & Co.


Girls, 'tell it to him,'
show all next week.

the big Park

Don't miss a night,
all next week.

Parks' big show

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

Messra. W. E. Gamble of Dunnellon
and O. G. Goddard of Levon were at
the Ocala House yesterday.

"Boys," now's the chance. Parks'
big show all next week, and only ten

Messrs. Arthur Kirkland, F. II.
Vaughn and Claud R. Park of Tampa
were at the Ocala House last night.

"Oh! joy." Parks' big show all next
week and only ten cents. Reserved
seats, 25e.

j E. H. Hartsack, wife and son of At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta were at the Montezuma yesterday.

I W. G. Howell of Philadelphia and
'Fred Allen of Milwaukee were at the
lOcala House last night.

Mr. E. W. Bright and Mrs. J. J.
Bright of Boston were at the Oeala
House yesterday.

Miss Annie Atkinson entertained
the Kids' Bridge Club at the home of
her sister, Mrs. B. T. Sistrunk Friday
afternoon. Miss Atkinson's parties
are always among the moat tastefully
arranged and pleasantly carried out in
the city, and this was no exception to
her rub. There were four tables for
bridge. Miss Fannie Robinson won
the club prize and Miss Annie Davis
the guest prize. Refreshments were
served. The guesta beside the club
members were Mrs. D. E. Mclver, Mrs.
C. T. Hodges, Mrs. E. E. Robinson, Miss Misses
es Misses Annie Davis, Janet Weathers, Anna
Will Sanders, Jule Wiley and Minnie


The special meeting of Fort King
Camp last night was well attended.
The names of over two dozen candi candidates
dates candidates for admission to the order were
presented and favorably voted on, and
another list of candidates was receiv received
ed received and referred to a committee. Fort
King Camp is like the Roman line of
battle in the days of the republic it
goes not backward. Its growth is
steady and solid. The next meeting
will be on Friday evening, Feb. 9.

Bribiet CmflMiy of the rajwn Will
be at the IVmpIe xt Tneadny
When "The Blue Mouse" was first
produced in New York, having been
translated from the German oy the
late Clyde Fitch, it was little thought
beforehand that it would prove the
tremendous sensation it subsequentlv
did. Much was hoped for it but the
reception of the piece vas even great greater
er greater than either the author or the pro producers
ducers producers dreamed of. As an example of
this, the leading magazines of the
country bestowed the most flattering
praise upon it. The farce, with a cast
of twenty-five will be presented at
the Temple Theater next Tuesdav
Ainsle's said: "Although it is a
German farce, it has the Gaelic flavor,
even if Mr. Fitch has done all that he
could do to purify it. Still a plot that
revolves around the efforts of a mid mid-dleaged
dleaged mid-dleaged husband to carry on a flirta flirtation
tion flirtation with a famous dancer could
scarcely develop Into anything more
excruciatingly funny."
The Theater Magazine said: 'The
Blue Mouse' is the nickname of a vau vaudeville
deville vaudeville dancer, Paulette Divine, who
"represents one more variant of that
singularly unllfelike stage type, the
chorus lady. Miss Ludlow makes her
pretty and racy enough. 1n a cerulean
sheath gown, to account for anything
that happens, and it is not the actress'
fault if Mr. Fitch, or somebody, puts
into her kiss-Inviting mouth such an
incongruous Itne of talk as he has
went.' and 'I can't help it; it's my
Miss Wanda Ladlow, who will be
seen as "The Blue Mouse," in the play
of the same name when it come3 to the
Temple, is everybody's choice for the
role. She is a cute little "Mouse" and
more than one has tried to "catch"
her. So far no use!



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

'& Co.

W. j. Largest and wife of Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. D. C, were at the Montezuma last

The choral club will hold its reg regular
ular regular meeting at the usual hour next
Monday night.

H. H. Hamilton, H. H. Peters, J. R.
DeVane and H. Gill of Jacksonville
were at the Montezuma last night.

Sunday Dinner from 12 to 3 P. M.
Vegetable Soup
Olives Pickles
Roast Prime Beef. Brown Gravy
Fresh Pork Ham, Apple Sauce
Baked Young Chicken, Dressing
Boiled Beef and Horseradish
Mashed Potatoes Green Peas
Brown Sweet Potatoes
Sliced Tomatoes
Cocoanut Pie

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

Youug girl to band cigars at
Pyser's Cigar Factory.
The members of the I. O. O. F. degree

team will please remember to meet at

Yonge's Hall for practice at 7:30 every

Monday evening.

A. A. Cook of Savannah and Jas. L
Reynolds of North Augusta were at
the Montezuma last night.

Cooking with paper tags? Call us
up for a package at Zhc. The Post
Office Drug Store.

A. E. Heyser of Miami and E. Gun Gun-ter
ter Gun-ter of Tallahassee were at the Ocala
House last night.

One of the most complete lines of
perfumes, soaps and cosmetlrs In the
state, at Tydings & Co.

Messrs. Charles Greve, Ben F. Straus
and George Mawman of Chicago were
at the Ocala House yesterday.

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

Mr. J. L. Smith and Misses Alberta
and Corinne Smith of Center Hill were

at the Ocala House yesterday.

When things are put through the wash you can tell what
they are.
Our store has stood the test ot time. We keep op with the
new things in our business.
When yon need wash-day things, remember we have them.
We keep up our stock in all lines oj Hardware.
You can find it at our store.
IMapIorn Hardware Co.

Cook your next roast In a paper tag,
and get the bag from the Post Office

Drug Store. 25c the package.

G. W Hardeman and wife of Macon,

Ga., were at the Ocala House yester

If It's a "Lucky Curve" fountain pen

It's a good one. We have any style

you want at the Court Pharmacy.

Cup of coffee and saltine crackers

for 5c. for tired people, at the Ideal
Restaurant and Cafe. Thats all. Will

Lee, manager.

W. J. Boynton of Inglis, J. V. Wall
of Palatka, W. B. Withers of Loch Loch-loosa
loosa Loch-loosa and J. C Marsh of Dexter were

at the Montezuma yesterday.

Why eat Sunday dinner at home
when you can go to the Ideal Res

taurant and Cafe and get a chicken
dinner for 50c? Thats all. Will Lee.

1 manager.

The Park Dramatic Company, so well
known to the theater going people of
our city, will be here for one week in
its mammoth canvas theater, produc producing
ing producing each night one of the latest up-to-date
dramas in addition to eight to
ten vaudeville acts of a superior qual quality,
ity, quality, making two big shows in one for

a price of admission that is unequalled
ten cents to all, with an additional

charge of 25 cents for reserved seats.
The company, which in much larger
and better than at any time, will open
in its new canvas theater here on Mon Monday
day Monday night. The place has been given
the fullest of details for Its patrons,
being arranged for heating if the
weather is cold, and is absolutely wa water
ter water proof in. rainy weather. The actors
are from the very best of stock com companies
panies companies and the large vaudeville cir circuits
cuits circuits and it can be truthfully said. "In
all the world no show like this."
The usual matinees will be given.
The company will open in a beautiful
romantic comedy-drama, embracing a
beautiful love story and containing
many stirring situations that hold the
audience spellbound. "The Man Who
Dared" is the play, with special and
elaborate scenery for the production in
Its entirety.


0 p.





The biggest Nhoe manufacturer of Boaton was a shoemaker at
the bench In Golden Colorado leaa than 40 years ago. He SAVED the
little 25 cent pieces he rot for patching shoes and put them la taa
bank. He has spent millions of dollars Just for advertising and Is
north millions today.



H. D. STOKES. Cashier.




Everybody knows that our 35c. reg

ular dinner for week days can't be

beat. Everything up-to-date and san

itary. Thats all. The Ideal Restaur

ant and Cafe. Will Lee, manager.

Can furnish from one setting to

one thousand pure bred Rhode Island
Red eggs for hatching at $10 per
hundred. Ed Carmichael, Ocala.

Ensign films are the best for gloomy

days. You can get them at Mills


A party of pleasure seekers compos

ed of Mr. and Mrs. Cone, Mrs. N. I.

Gottlieb, Miss Nellie Gottlieb and Mr.
Clifford Peabody and "Rastus." who

will be chief flunkey, will leave Mon

day morning for a camp hunt down

In Lake county. Part of the trip will

be made by boat from Silver Springs.
The party expects to return Saturday.

Seats are now on sale for the per performance
formance performance of "The Blue Mouse." at the

Temple next Tuesday evening. Prices.

$1.50 and $1, 75 and 50 cents. It prom promises
ises promises to be a first-class show. See ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement on third page.


Manager Bennett says he has secur secured
ed secured a contract from the management
of "The Lion and the Mouse." The
date will be announced later. It will
be some time next month. A little en energy
ergy energy of this kind, if pursued, will
bring to our town a high standard of


Will Lee, manager of the Ideal Res Restaurant
taurant Restaurant and Cafe, Invites the ladies to
give him a trial. The service is unex unexcelled.
celled. unexcelled. You can get anything good to
eat on short notice. Thats all.

Rexall Cold Tablets do the work.
Can give you the formula If you like.
25c the package at the Post Office
Drug Stores.

Serve PLEZOL to your ramny.
Serve PLEZOL to your friends.
When you are down town drink

All members of the band are re requested
quested requested to meet at the practice rooms
(the Moose Club) on Tuesday night.
Jan. 30th, to resume regular practice,
and to discuss the matter of going to
Eustis. A. E. Gerig, Director.


I have as fine a lot of Horses and
Mules on my lot, on West Exposition

Street, as have ever
been brought to the
Ocala market. Call
and look the ani animals
mals animals over and make
your selection. The
drove contains stock
of all styles and for
all purposes. Every

animal guaranteed; prices and terms as
reasonable as anyone can make.
H. J. NICHOLS. Ocala, Florida


The Ocala newspapers were repre represented
sented represented here yesterday by Messrs. P.
V. Leavengood and T. II. Harris of the
Banner and R. R. Carroll of the Star.
Palatka News.

When down town shopping, stop in
at the Ideal Restaurant and Cafe and
get a cup of the best coffee ever drawn.
Sunday chicken dinner, from 12 to 3 p.
m., 50c. Thats all. Will Lee, manager.

LOST Between Anthony and Ocala
on Anthony hard road, an automobile
pump. Finder please leave at Star office.


Lessons in oil, water colors and free freehand
hand freehand drawing. Robin F. Gray, No. 44,
Sanchez street.

Mr. H. G. MacDavid, who has been
confined to his home by rheumatism
for several weeks, was able to come up
town for a brief visit yesterday afternoon.

Don't forget when hungry to see
Lee, the man that feeds you. Thats
all. At the Arcade Restaurant and

WANTED Bookkeeper and steno stenographer
grapher stenographer for several weeks. Good sal salary.
ary. salary. For particulars address box 297




na frrv n ran r? n r tc r

Ha "M n llll 'All II ll


Messrs. Charles H. Seig, John A.
Preston. H. D. Harrington and W. H.
Morse of Jacksonville were at the
Ocala House yesterday.

ffl EM


j 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.

Our buyer, Mr. Tompkins,
has just returned from the
market, where he bought a
drove of some of the finest
.stock we have ever handled.
Come in and look over the
lot. Horsea and Mules for all
purposes; all are first-class,
strictly guaranteed stock. We
have handled over 100 head
in the past few weeks in ad

dition to this load,
and terms to suit.

T7& y -f-r


v'iuV.? soutn .Magnolia street


H l?3

v.-. a


Just think of a chicken dinner for
Oc. every Sunday from 12 to 3 p. m..

at the Ideal Restaurant and Cafe.

Thats all. Will

Lee, manager.

i S. G. Kelly. W. J. Ferguson. W. J,
fQuimby and Jas. M. Boya of New
;York were at the Ocala House last

WANTED Velvet beans in the hull

or cleaned. State what you have and

price. E. C. Pearson, Alachua, Fla.

Mr. S. N. Graham, editor of the
Sumter County Times, was in the city
today and paid the Star a pleasant call.
Mr. Graham runs a truly representative
country weekly. He expects to remove
it next week from Sumterville, where
it was established many years ago. to
the new county seat at Bushnell.

Miss Porter of Ocala and Miss Sto Stovall,
vall, Stovall, daughter of Editor W. F. Stovall
of the Tampa Tribune, were visitors
in the city yesterday. Palatka News.

When in jacKsonvIlle stop with Mrs.
E. L. Maloney, at the Girard, No. 11
East Duval, just off Main. Best 75c
room in the city.

now will make your fall layers. An Another
other Another incubator bargain In a 120-egg
machine, $7.50. Rhode Island Red eggs
$1 for 15. Q. E. Peacock, care Star

WANTED Soap nuts (saplndus mu mu-kosossi),
kosossi), mu-kosossi), soap berries (saplndus mana mana-teusis)
teusis) mana-teusis) tallow berries (saplum aebl aebl-ferum).
ferum). aebl-ferum). Parties having any of the
above will please write to E. Moulie,
Jacksonville, Fla., stating quantities
and sending samples by malL

Mr. P. J. Coates, an excellent photo photographer
grapher photographer from Homeland, is in the city
taking views of our business men and
their offices and stores. He will be
here all next week.

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

Do not allow your kidney and blad bladder
der bladder trouble to develop beyond the reach
of medicine. Take Foley Kidney Pills.
They give quick results and stop irreg irregularities
ularities irregularities with surprising promptness.
Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.


Rev. William Heard, a colored di divine,
vine, divine, was up before Judge Lyles this
morning for carrying concealed weap weapons.
ons. weapons. The prisoner declared that the
implement he toted was a shotgun, but
the witness swore it was a pistol, and
the justice gave him the limit.

FOR SALE Eggs from pure English
white and brown penciled wing Indian
Runner ducks. Well mated and not
inbreed. One dollar for twelve. J. II.
McClymonds, 32 South 4th street.

We differ from other associations,
similar in name only, in that "WE
BUILD." Florida Home Building Association.

WANTED A good man to manage a
general store, also a good clerk. Must
be experienced, strictly sober, honest
and hustlers. Reference required. Ap Apply
ply Apply or write Nathan Mayo, Summer Summer-field,
field, Summer-field, Fla.

If you are of tne opinion that It Is
difficult tc get money at six per cent
on which to build, then you have not
applied to the Florida Home Building

i Association.

Mr W. A. Moree, an intelligent yountri
man. formerly of Knoxville, Tenn., but j There were thr-e cases in the re re-later
later re-later of Jacksonville. has c-ome to j comer's court this morning, a drunk,
Ocala to work with Mr. R. O. Conner j a fight and a disorderly conduct case;
for the International Harvester Co. j fines, tZ each.

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.

FOUND On Exposition street, pack- j Are you interested in paper bag
age containing woman's wearing ap- cooking? If so come to us for your

r vo,o eimo .an- oi trie oasrs. -oc uie pieie.


ling on Bragg Scriven and identifying

same and paying for this advertisement.

Post Office Drug Store.

iany caras inai nave never oeea i

used at the Court Pharmacy.

Parks' show all next week. Largest
and best in the world for ten cents.

i Dr. J. G. Baskin of Dunnellon. one

!of the leading physicians of the state!
1 a ,7 r. V- r Panlr . f T t"! n F ."-1 -

lion, aiSO III lei e 5 leu m
(business enterprises of

was in town today.

Buy your kodak supplies at Mills'
Studio, where you can get the best.

Nothing in the world will give you

many of the1 relief for that cough like Astyptoden

that section.

Trokeys. The Court Pharmacy.

When buying a cough medicine for
children bear in mind that Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is most effectual
for colds, croup and whooping cough
and that it contains no harmful drug.
For sale by all dealers.

Mrs. W. E. Foster, Misses Elizabeth
Hool and Mazie Prescott. Messrs.
Forest Adams. J. P. Rauschenburg, E.

Come in and get yOUr pick. Prices SH. Jordan and Fred Kelly of Atlanta.

were ai me ucaut riuue yesieraay.


Buy your kodak supplies at Mills'

Studio, where you can get the best.

Ensign films are double lnstantan-

Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Powell of Macon. : eous. Get them at ilius fatuaio.

of Mr.

Ensign films are double lnstantan- j

eous. Uet them at iiuis fatuaio.


n -i whfi h;!vc been the sue:

' Mr and Mrs Giles C. Hardeman' of Ma- merly uf Ocala. died in Tampa this

con who have been at Homosassa ror .; morning. is i w

i several days, but came to Ocala yes-, oe im-.-rea u jich
' terdav afternoon, left today for Palat-J
!ka via the Oklawaha river route. Judge Bell has issued a marriage
i license to Mr. Frank Leroy Ross and

Stop a cough before It
develops something mora

Is The Remedy That
Doe the Work.
It relieves coughing immedU
ately, eases soreness In th
lungs, loosens phlegm and
clears the bronchial tubes. It
is a fine family remedy, pleas pleasant
ant pleasant to take and good for chll
dren and adults.
Price 25c. 50e and SLOO.

Buy the Jl-00 size. It contain

five times as much as the 25c

size, and you pet 'with each bot

tle a Dr. Herrick's Red Pepper

Porous plaster for the chesL

JametF.Ea. lard, Prop. St.Loult.Mo

Stephens Eye Salve Cures Sore




Indies ne-'i no', worry

hen the Mi

May Turner.


Medicines that aid nature are al-

icook is sick. Dinner 35c every

! v.-.r.t Snn.lavs. Chicken dinner ZOc

at the Ideal Restaurant and Cafe. Thats ways most effectual. Chamberlain's

Cough Remedy acts on mis pian. 11
I allays the cough, relieves the lungs,

Constipation Is the cause of many
ailments and disorders that make life
miserable. Take Chamberlain's Stom Stomach
ach Stomach and Live! Tablets, keep your
bowels regular and you will avoid
these diseases. For sale by all dealers.

Commercial and Bulletin Slsna Made
and Shipped to any Point la Florida

P. O. BOX 1S1
Office and Shop
28 8- Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla.

all. Will Lee, manager.

When In ed of an Auto, Bins; I'p

At the Florida Auto Sale Company

! opens the secretions and aids nature In
restoring the system to a healthy con

dition. Thousands have testified to its

superior excellence. Sold by dealers.

Parks big show every night next
week and only ten cents.

Foley Kidney Pills
Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,

BLADDER and all annoying URINARY
IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to
B. A. Davis, C27 Washingtoa St CoanersTiIIai
Ind., is in Lis &0th year, lis writes as: I hare
lately sobered much from my kidoej and blad bladder
der bladder I had seTera backache Dd my k id n 7 action
was too frequent, causio ma to Iom much alee
at night, and in my bladder there waa constant
paia. I took Foley KM oey Pills for aome tima.
and am now freoof all trouble and aaainabiato
be op and around. Foley Kidney Fill have B
hihet recommendation.'
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Dragratara



To Take the Place of Artificially Ri Ri-;
; Ri-; pened Fruit How One Law May
Be EAded Florida Prod Products
ucts Products Restricted by




o o

(Boston, Mass., Transcript, ll-20-'ll.)
A dispatch from Los Angeles warns
the people of the East that their
Thanksgiving tables will this year be
without California oranges, owing to
the order of the bureau of food and
drug inspection that the ship shipment
ment shipment of artificially ripened fruit will
b in violation of the law. But the
loss will be slight, for much better
no oranges than oranges that by their
fair exteriors lure to the purchase of
fruit still green and bitter and that
we have the word of the scientists for
are distinctly poisonous to the diges digestive
tive digestive organs. Yet In spite of the dis dispatch
patch dispatch there Is the probability that
aeemlngly ripe oranges will await an
eager purchase, for there is nothing
In the law to prevent the California
shippers from sending East fruit in
the green state, and nothing to pre prevent
vent prevent the dealers receiving them from
subjecting them to the sweating pro process
cess process that gives them the golden ap appearance
pearance appearance of the ripe orange. The
states could here interpose their pure
food regulations, if any such applied,
but the national law can only oper operate
ate operate in commerce between the states.
Back of the ruling of the national
pure food bureau that within the defi definition
nition definition of adulterated food, as such
food is mixed, colored, powdered,
coated or stained in a manner where whereby
by whereby damage or Inferiority is conceal
ed, are Included oranges forced to an
appearance of ripeness while the su sugar
gar sugar and acid content is still that of
green fruit, Is the agitation of the
whole subject by the Florida Citrus
Exchange, as the association of ship shippers
pers shippers of oranges, grapefruit, plaintain
and bananas Is called, which looks to
the national government to help save
the reputation of the Florida fruit.
There is a gap in the orange market
between the supply from California
and from Florida, and grasping ship shippers
pers shippers have been in the habit, it Is
charged, of shipping green fruit or
fruit artificially colored by sweating,
to the serious damage of the good
name of Florida oranges and the
eventual falling off in the demand for
it; for buyers of bitter oranges sold
under the name of Floridas are quite
likely to associate bitterness forever forever-more
more forever-more with the brand and to leave it
alone. To protect its reputation Flor Florida
ida Florida enacted a law prohibiting the ex exportation
portation exportation of unripe fruit, and to make
the law more effective the assistance
of the Federal government has been
Invoked, In putting artificially ripened
oranges under the adulterated food
There may be some question as to
what extent the government is justi justified
fied justified In Interfering with private busi business
ness business to protect the public welfare,
but If It is justified, as intelligent
public opinion is agreed, In helping
to save the public fro mmaking the
mistake of buying doctored canned
goods and eggs too old to be fit for
use, for Instance, then it is equally
justified in trying to keep out of the
market oranges that while really un unfit
fit unfit for food masquerade as fit. There
is no need to argue that the people
ought to be allowed to buy green fruit
if they want to. They don't want to,
and if they knew it was green they
wouldn't buy it. Not being experts
enough to know when it Is "process "processed,"
ed," "processed," processed oranges may fairly
enough be kept out of the market as
a health precaution.


(Florida Grower, Oct. 26, 1911.)
"I see be the Tolmes-Onion that
twas a turrlble thing fer TImple to
tellgraft to the papers that green fruit
oranges is poysen," said Mr. Ilen Ilen-nessy.
nessy. Ilen-nessy. "Yis," responded Mr. Dooley, "the
Times-Onion has a juty to perform,
and 'Us a grate performer whin It
gits Its orders. Says the big boss at
Saint Augusteen, "Has the Onion had
a crack at the Floriday Exchange this
lt has not," says the office boy.
"Where is the Major with the long
name?" says the boss.
"The last tolme I seen him he said
he had the toypewriter's wrist," says
the boy.
"Well, tell him that if hay don't git
busy an' give the Exchange another
crack pretty soon he'll have the
Frinch neck," says the boss, an so
the M& : r has to get busy on four four-theen
theen four-theen columns of wind fer the On Onion.
ion. Onion. Railroadin' is harrud worruk."
"What's this I hear about a protic protic-tive
tive protic-tive association Binding teligrafts to
the Guvoner's an' sayin' that the
whole thing was just a fist fite be between
tween between the lads in the frute busi business?'
ness?' business?' "That," said Mr. Dooley, "is a so society
ciety society for the promotion of Ketchum
& Co., these lads thinkin they're in
the fite themselves. Sure theyse no
lite at all, it's a walkover an' the
referee has awarded the contist,"
"He had a brick in his glove," says
Ketchum, when he woke up. 'The
fite was not an the square. 'I wus
drugged, says he, 'wid sour orange
Juice and I protist the decision."
"The other lad already has the
gate receipts an' the medal an' of
course the protist don't go, but it
relieves his feellns and does no har har-runx"
runx" har-runx" "Did the other lad have a brick
in his glove said Mr. Hennessy.
"Faith. I dunno," responded Mr.
Dooley. "I'd sooner think 'twas a
horseshoe, 'tis handier an' fits the
glove better and they's good luck in
it except for the other lad. Timple
ony swung onct an he still has the
other glove In reserve an hees goin
to swing that one pretty soon now,
an they'll be moor knockouts comin
to the sour frute lads."
"Well, Timple Is a good man to git

after them," said Mr. Hennessy.
"He is Indeed," said Mr. Dooley.
"He was not named Wlllum Chasem
Timnle for nothiaV






The much practiced Love Maker or Flirt succeeds in a measure in deceiving the unsuspecting maiden, but alas,
she discovers his unfaithfulness and turns such scorn as only woman can upon the deceiver.
Now we sympathize with the Earnest Hearted Youth who next approaches this Fair Maiden for she has become Prejudiced; but his merit
will win, Just so will our GREAT REMODELING SALE prove its merit of sincere and honest value giving to the public
We offer Seasonable Merchandise at Prices that must Compel Quick and Liberal Buying so as to allow the carpenters
Ample Room for the Remodeling of our Store.

Men's and Boy's


50c. kind now 38c
75c kind now 49c
$1 values now G9c
$1.50 values now 98c
All our $2.50 and $2.25 hats mark marked
ed marked down to $1.30
Great Reduction on
John B. Stetson Hats


The best 10c sock you ever bought,

during this sale, all colors,
at, per pair



Handkerchiefs that sell everywhere
for 5 cents, we offer in this Q
sale for uC
Better ones also reduced.


25c. Suspenders now
35c. Suspenders now
50c Suspenders now

. 18c

Men's Suit
$5 Suits now $3.93
$7.50 Suits now $1.95
$10 Suits now $7.43
$11.50 Suits now $8.73
$12.50 Suits now $9.83
$15 Suits now $11.63
$18 Suits now $13.93
$20 Suits now $14.83
If you need a suit now or intend to
buy one later we want to say that
you can save from $2 to $7 by buy buying
ing buying from us during this sale.

Boy's Suit

All $1.50 Suits now 98c
All $2 Suits now $1.43
All $3 Suits now 81.93
All Suits from $4 to $7.50 reduced
in accordance.

Boy's Pants
The greatest values ever offered.
23c, 30c, $1. We have arranged
them in three lots.

At Unheard oi Prices

hn tii t i r


Sweaters and Waists
Also Reduced

Men's Sweaters
75c. values now 49c
$1 Values now ....69c
$1.50 values now 95c
All better grades from $2.50 to $4
go now at $1.95
Men's Flannel Shirts, $2.50 to $3
values now $l.:t5
$1.25 values now 95c



Fleece lined underwear, the kind you
always buy for 5uc, in QQ
this sale uOC

Men's and Boy's
50c. values now 39c
G5c values now, 48c
75c values now 63c
$1 grade as good as made now. .88c

Men's Drawers

Men's Elastic Seam Drawers, the
best 50c. value. We offer QQ
during this sale, per pair 0C

Flannel Underwear
For Men

Flannel Underwear for men. Values

up to $1.50 per garment
at, each

95 c


A great 50c Belt in sizes 30
to 3t inches, only, each


.Jr1 'HSedIixL.-"' i k?)q

"I see be the papers that theyse
only about 30 cars of citrus frute or oranges
anges oranges shipped so far this sayson, agin
a thousan' last year to the same
time,' said Mr. Hennessy. "Have
the grane fruit orange shippers re reformed
formed reformed or are they scared?"
"They're scared," said Mr. Dooley,
"an' to quote the Major, 'that's the
ipsie dixie of it.'"

"I wonder where all the Smiths
came from?"
"Well, there's a Smith manufac manufacturing
turing manufacturing company in our town." Wini Winifred
fred Winifred Winn.

"And what did the doctor say when
the operation showed you did not
have appendicitis?"
"Oh, he offered to take ten per
cent, off his bill." W. Bob Holland.

Expert Medical Scientists Annraace
Startling Result Obtained
by Senplne
New YorK Thousands are talcing
advantage of the generous offer made
by the Woodworth Co., 1161 Broadway,
New York City, requesting an experi experimental
mental experimental package of Senplne, the great
discovery for asthma, hay fever, bron bronchitis
chitis bronchitis and catarrh, which is mailed
free of charge to all who write for it.
It is curing thousands of the most
stubborn cases. It makes no differ difference
ence difference how long you have been suffer suffering
ing suffering or bow severe the climatic con conditions
ditions conditions are where you live, Senpine
will cure you.
If you have experimented with oth other
er other treatments and have failed to find
a cure do not be discouraged but send
for a trial of this wonderful truly mer meritorious
itorious meritorious remedy which is a scientific
compound discovered by a professor
of Vienna University, and is being
recommended by thousands.

Call up Phone 300 and Let us Give an Estimate on Your


We Guarantee lo Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines

As we employ none but experts we are in position to siinrnntee ev every
ery every piece of work we construct to Nlanil the Inspection of the inoxt
rigid inspector. It conIm nothing to net our figures, iinri you are the
winner, whether we neenre the contract or not. Give us n trial.






Poll Taxes Must be Paid by March Oth,
to Vote In Primary
In view of the fact that the State
Democratic Executive Committee has
called the first primary for the 30th
day of April. 1912. it is necessary, un under
der under section 204 of the laws of Florida,
that all voters liable for poll taxes
shall pay same on or before Saturday,
the 9th day of March. 1912, to be elig eligible
ible eligible to vote in said primary election.
I hope and trust that the democrat democratic
ic democratic voters and tax payers of Marion
county will bear this in mind and come
in and pay their taxes as soon as pos possible,
sible, possible, thus avoiding much unpleasant unpleasantness
ness unpleasantness in the great rush at the last
minute. Tours -very truly.
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.


' fliiiiri i ii iMMMfcMH- .htm-

I I will be at the following places on
time specified to receive tax returns
jfor 1912:
tKo. January
30 Martel. 20th, a. in.

4 Cotton Plant, 29th, p. m.
6 Ileidtville, 31st. 10 a. m. to 2 p. m.
24 Dunnellon, 1st.

j 5 Romeo, 2nd, 10 a. m. to 2 p. m.
j 20 Blitchton, 2rd.

izatn ivenaricK, lan, a. m.

15 Martin, 5th, p. m.
18 Lowell, Gth, a. m.
2 Reddick, 6th, p. m.
31 Fairfield, 7th, a. m.
31 Irvine, 7th, p. m.
3 Flemington, 8th, a. m.
32 Central, 9th. a. m.
32 Geiger, Oth, p. m.
22 Mcintosh, 10th.
7 Shady, 12th, a. m.
21 Santos, 13th, 8 to 10 a. m.
21 Relleview, 13th, after 10 a. m.
23 Pedro, 14th, a. m.
28 Levon, 14th, p. m.
8 Summerfield, 15th, a. m.
25 Candler, 16th, a. m.
9 Ok'lawaha, 16th, p. m.
19 Eastlake, 17th, a. m.
19 Weirsdale, 17th, p. m.
1 Linadale, 19th, a. m.
10 Moss Bluff, 20th, a. m.
10 Klectra, 20th. p. m.
11 Lynn, 21st. 8 to 10 a. m.
11 Grahamville, 21st, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
11 Conner, 21st, 2 to 3 p. m.
12 Churchill, 22nd, p. m.
27 Eureka, 23rd, a. m.
13 Fort McCoy, 23rd, p. m.
13 Purbank, 24th, a. m.
17 Anthony, 26th.
26 Sparr 27th, a. m.
13 Pine, 27th, p. m.
16 Citra, 2Sth, a. m.
14 Orange Springs, 29th.
All of March in my office at Ocala.
The law requires all returns to be
made by the first of April, and it is im impossible
possible impossible to make changes after I have
made new books, so I hope that all
who fail to meet me on my rounds will
call or write me at Ocala during the
month of March.
Alfred Aver, Assessor.

Sewing Machine Bargains
We have a number of SEWING MACHINES to close out Standard
Makes, in New, Slightly Used, and Second Hand. All in perfect working: or order,
der, order, and guaranteed.
These machines will be offered at most remarkably low prices for cash,
or on installment .easy payment plan.
Machines For Rent
Ocala Fnraitare Company
New Building Back of Variety Store

Foley' Honey anil Tar Compound
4cmi;s ix kvi:hv cask"

I wish to announce to the public that I am operating
a first-class Livery, Sale and Feed Stable at my own barns,
on West Fort King Avenue, next block west of Theus Theus-Zachry
Zachry Theus-Zachry Company. I have first-class buggy, saddle and car carriage
riage carriage horses, new and first-class buggies, carriages and
drummers' rigs. My drivers are careful, courteous and
know every road in the county.
I have some especially nice stock and rigs for town
driving, and I make a specialty of traveling men's business
and can please them. First-class service and moderate
prices guaranteed. Horses boarded by meal, day or month.
J. D. McDUFFY, Liveryman
Phone No. 240 Ocala, Florida

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

The city tax books will close Jan.
31. 1912, and the delinquent taxes
placed in the hands of ofScers for col collection
lection collection with penalty and costs.
W. W. Clyatt,
City Tax Collector.

Eqnippcd with Electric Headlights, Speedometer, Top, Wind Windshield
shield Windshield in other words, FULLY EQUIPPED at the following
astooishing low prices for brand new 1912 models the hand

tsemtst, most durable, silent running cars made for anything

like Ifee money:

Touring Car, 5-Passenger $740

Delivery Wagon 750
Torpedo Runabout 640
Open Runabout 640
Roadster 640

'Hiere is a Reason" that reason is they are simply the BEST

CAR value on earth; they have Simplicity, Lightness, Strength,
Left Hand Drive -the only proper drive--Controlled by the Foot
Fedal alone, if desired, and all modern improvemunts and ad advanced
vanced advanced ideas in ear construction. If you want a car, find out
aboni a FORD before buying. Put the cars lo the test. Ask for a
demomstration any lime.

Mr. James MoCaffery, 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
toll me of it? srreat curative power in
diseases of the throat and lungs." For
all coughs and colds it is speedily ef effective.
fective. effective. Soil by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.



Und--r an-,1 by virtu of an execution

he seal of the

Dixie Flyer," Seminole Limited,
" South Atlantic Limited,"
" Montgomery Route."

urt. .ri and for

;umter county,
lav of Decern-

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I b-r. I'.t'.Kj. ;n a "rtnn i ause wnerem
I Ho-:;ker is j-iaintsff, and K. S.
! Newton. a executor of th estate of

W:n. K. .it-o-j"!. is defendant, I
hive levied on ;nd will on Monday,
trirr 4 1 :i dsy of MiTch. I'.'U. the same
b-ir.u- a liu-: .-ales day. and during
tlie let'tf 1 1 -ur of sale, offer fur sale
it the 1-or of courthouse in
'".ill. Vlx.. i;; 1 sell the -a to thr
hi::;.-: an best bidder for cash the
'liowin-r ribd rtil estate in Ma-

; rion county. Flor.da. to-wit: WU of
i -w t of --ivthfti r: ::. townsh ij 11 south.

of r;i of section 7

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! . r; .til in townhi; 1- south,
j 2? :-3-t. L-t- 6 and 4 of section
j 1'.' ar: 1 ?w :4 and s1- of se1 of section
j 2?.. all of section all of section 2T,.
jail in township 12 south, ran ere 23

and lots 1, 2. I. 6. 7. 10 and 14 of
?eo:ion f. all in. township 13 south,
ranae -4 east. Sol.1 to satisfy said ex execution
ecution execution and ail cost. J P. Galloway.
Sheriff, Marion Coounty, Fla.

Through Pullman Cars from Chicago, St. Louis,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Grand Rapids,
Cleveland, Louisville. Nashville,
Atlanta and Birmingham
to Jacksonville.
Olriiogj Car Service
For information, or reservation, call on
M. R. WILLIAMS, Ticket Agent, Ocala, Ha.
Y. R. BEAZLEY. T. P. A.. J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.,
-a Jacs&chc KiewcTSANrii:o Fob Stomach Taout. and Constipation