AT RIGHT PRICES
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1912.
Are valuable qualities in a
Bank The Munroe fe Cham Cham-bliss
bliss Cham-bliss Bank in Oca a was es established
tablished established in 1897.; It has
withstood hard times and
panics. It has prosperecV'iil
the same manner as have its
patrons. For the'young man
just entering business it is a
good bank to tie to.
onnoE & CIIAMBUSS
Ualted State Postal Savlaa-a Baik
FULLER & AYER
Office orer Munroe & Chamblisa B'k.
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Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
OCAIiA - FLORIDA
D ENTAL ,SU R GEO N
' Office Over Commercial Bank
OCALA - - FLORIDA
Office Honrs, 8 to 12 a. m, 1 to 5
p.' nx. '"Phone 211.
F. E. McCL&NE
.Physician find Snrceca
(Jeneral Practice Calls Made Prompt Prompt-j,
j, Prompt-j, Ight or iar.
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.
Office No. 333:. Residence No. 333
V. S, MILLER, n D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Special fEqalament for Treating; Noae,
Throat, Laaa aad Skin Diseases
- Office hours to 4 p. m. Phones:
Office; 444; 'Residence, 445. COver Mun Munroe
roe Munroe & Clambliss Bank, Ocala, Fla,
Iteierteiers and Ectrtetrs
Fine Ccstets and Burial Robes ;
"; D. E. M'lVKR, Funeral Director
All Work Dote by Licensed Em Em-balmerr
balmerr Em-balmerr and FnllT Guaranteed;
Phones: D. E. Mclver, 104? Sam
Pyles, 380; Undertaking Office. 47.
Contractor and Builder
Plans ana Hpeciltcatlona Furnished
, Upon i Iteauest.
129 Sontb Third Street
OCALA : mJOSJDA.
(Formerly Scitli & Deserts)
Funeral Directors and
lady Assistant itta crcqcircd
Cells Answered Prczipfly Kihl
cr Day, to All Perls of City
Pcrbrs Lccsted Deck of Franks
niSHT PCOriE, 418
Far a Few Hettra Freedaaa Floyd Al-
lea, tfce Virginia Desperado,
Veuade4 mm Reeaptared
Cincinnati, Ohio. March 16. A spe special
cial special dispatch received from Hillsville
last night states that Floyd Allen and
his son Victor, ..had been arrested by
Detective T. I Felts, who arrived with
twenty men and assumed complete
control of the town as officers of -the
law. A man named Strickland, who Is
said to have been. Implicated In yes yesterday's
terday's yesterday's shooting-, was also arrested
and placed In jail. A strong force of
men, all well armed, has been placed
In and around the Jail, with orders to
shoot or kill at the first indication of
The body of Judge Massie will be
taken to Lynchburg for burial.
Oa the Trail of tae Outlaw
Hiilsville. Val, March 16. With the
recapture of Floyd Allen, for whom
a mob of mountaineers killed the
judge, prosecuting attorney and sher
iff of the Carroll county court, Virginia
officials took definite steps, at restora restoration
tion restoration of order since the outburst of
- Allen was wounded In' the court
room and left behind by members of
his avenging clan. Soon after he was
jailed he tried to cut his throat. The
guards thwarted him.
No attempt at an organized search
for Sidney and Jack Allen and tfieir
associates has been undertaken. The
detectives here waiting for reinforce reinforcements.
ments. reinforcements. It was reported here that the Allen
brothers and their followers had suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded In crossing the North Carolina
line to Mount Airy, where they are said
to have raided a hardware store and
secured a new supply of arms and
ammunition. There is little thought
that the outlaws will be taken alive,
and It may be days before a well
directed force is on their trait
One small bottle of Hall's Texas
wonder cures kidney and bladder
troublet, gravel, diabetes, neuralgia,
rheumatism, weak and lame backs in
all ages. Write to Dr. E. W. Hall,
2926 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., for
local testimonials. Sold by druggists.
"HOW FIRM A FOUNDATION"
The following Interesting article
from the St. Petersburg Times will
correct not a -few; wrong impressions
regarding Florida geology:
Study of the subformation of Florida
Is interesting to him who would learn
from the book of nature, as well as
profitable to all concerned In the wa
ter supply of the state; and whoever
drinks a cup of water drawn from be
neath the surface of Florida is con
cerned in its source. A knowledge of
the 'geological formation of this pen peninsula
insula peninsula trill answer some Important
questions, as to where to locate wells
and what kind of water may be rea
sonably expected from them. Without
posing as a geologist, the writer will
attempt to impart .such information
relative to this -somewhat obscure
subject as he has gained from some
study of the work and writings of men
who. are acknowledged authorities on
the geology of the state.
.In. the absence of correct knowledge
and-Judging from external evidences
there are those who conclude that the
Florida peninsula Is but a sand drift
the accumulation of ages, that it Is
"sand all the way down," and that, by
some future and Inexplicable catac
lysm, it may meet the fate of tradi
The. Florida peninsula rests upon a
foundation of limestone rock of un
known thickness, and at varying dis
tance beneath the surface, from a few
feet in some localities to several nun
dred feet In others. This limestone
extends upward to a crest or "back
bone" in the central part of the state.
It has a gradual slope to the west
coast, and a more abrupt decline to
the east coast. There is also a down
waTd inclination of Irregular depth
Geologists have determined that, In
portions of the peninsula, there are
two well defined strata of rock. The
foundation, and the greater body of
this rock Is known as Vicksburg lime
stone, because of Itr surface exposure
at Vicksburg. Miss.; and it is said to
come to the surface in Georgia. This
Vicksburg limestone lies beneath
Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and
Georgia, as well as Florida. Resting on
the Vicksburg : limestone are other
bodies of stone of a local character,
which are named accordingly. Thus
added layers of bodies of stone under
neath Ocala and -vicinity are known
as the Ocala limestone; other similar
formations are Tampa limestone and
Hawthorne stone. At intervals art
bodies of flint Tock on top of the lime limestone.
stone. limestone. In some places this flint may
be but -one or two feet thick, while in
other parts it may be thick enough to
form a basis or ridge above the ex external
ternal external surface. In parts of the, penin peninsula
sula peninsula the' rock foundations are overlaid
with clay and shell deposits on which
rests the surface mantle of sand.
Of the topography of Florida, con
sidered In connection with geological
conditions,, it may be said, in a gen
eral way, that the. rolling pine lands
are underlaid with formation and ma
rine deposits which facilitate the
drainage of water through them as It
percolates from the surface. Conse Consequently
quently Consequently these lands are well drained.
Flat woods are usually underlaid with
clay through which the water cannot
penetrate freely; or this reason, the
flat woods are often covered with wa water
ter water during the rainy season.- Flat
woods are not necessarily low lands.
They sometimes are considerably ele elevated.
vated. elevated. The State Geological Survey is
authority for the statement that. In
Alachua county, flat woods occur at
an elevation of 150 to 175 feet.
As a rule, hammock lands are un underlaid
derlaid underlaid by limestone," marl and other
similar substances. Scrub growth Is
found over deep sand hills, or dunes
beneath the surface.
The authority quoted' above offers
the following supposition as to the
origin of the Florida peninsula: "Fol "Following
lowing "Following the formation of this basal
limestone. a part of the area was suf sufficiently
ficiently sufficiently elevated to become dry land.
The land at first appears to have been
an Island, ot a chain of Islands, occu occupying
pying occupying central Peninsular Florida. Sub-
sequently marine deposits were formed
around the edge of this land area to
the south and east, and the north and
Thus, briefly, has been the endeavor
to outline, In a popular way. the geo
logical formation of Florida peninsula
In substance and manner. The con
sideration of the water supply of Flor
ida may follow at another time.
Captured the Oklahoma Delegation to
the Republican National
GuthTie, Okla., March 16. A. solid
Roosevelt delegation of ten to the na
tional republican convention and the
endorsement of" the preferential pri
mary plan were the results of an all all-night
night all-night session here of the Oklahoma
state republican convention. The con
vention ended shortly before dawn,
after half a day and nearly a whole
night of hard fighting for vantage by
the Taft men, who were outnumbered
about 2 to 1.
State or Ohio, City of Toledo,
Luc an County. ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
Is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, county and state afore
said, and that said firm will pay the
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for
each and every case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by the use of Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
In my preesnce, this 6th day of Decem December,
ber, December, A. D. 1886. A. W. Gleason,
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation. v
KANSAS HAS QUIT
THE MODERN WOODMEN
Whlch Order Muan't be Confused With
the Woodmen of the World
Kansas City, Mo., March 16. Repre
sentatives of the one hundred and
fifty-two lodges of the Modern Wood Woodmen
men Woodmen of America in Kansas decided to
secede from the parent organization
and form an independent order, at a i
meeting in Kansas City, Kan., yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. The recent increase in insurance
rates by the parent body was the
cause. An executive committee com composed
posed composed of one member from each con
gressional district will formulate the
plans for the new organization.
USE AILEN'S FOOT-EASE
The antiseptic powder to be shaken
Into the shoes. If you want rest and
comfort for tired, tender, aching, swol
len, sweating feet, use Allen's Foot Foot-Ease.
Ease. Foot-Ease. It relieves corns and bunions
of all pain and prevents blisters, sore
and callous spots. Always use it to
break In new shoes. It is the great greatest
est greatest comfort discovery of the age. Try
it today. Sold everywhere, 25 cents.
Don't accept any substitute. For free
trial package, address Allen S. Olm Olmsted,
sted, Olmsted, Le Roy. N. Y. 1
AMERICA WO XT INTERFERE
In Cnban Affair Taft Gives
Inland Another Aanarance-
Washington, March 16. President
Taft has assured the Cuban minister.
Dr. Antonio Martln-Rivero, in emphat emphatic
ic emphatic terms that the United States has no
Intention of intervening in Cuban af affairs.
fairs. affairs. Characterizing Teports of con contemplated
templated contemplated intervention coming from
Havana as pure fabrications," the
president said, "Intervention is not be being
ing being thought of."
TO MOTHERS A?T1 OTHERS
You can ,use Bucklen's Arnica Salve
to cure children of eczema, rashes,
tetter, chafings, scaly and crusted
humors, as well as their accidental in injuries
juries injuries cuts, burns, 0ruises, etc., with
perfect safety. Nothing else heals so
quickly. For boils, ulcers, old, run
ning or fever' sores or piles it has no
equal. 25 cents at Tydings & Co.
FLORIDA MAN ONE
OF LEWIS' DUPES
St. Louis, March 16. Persons who
invested in notes of the Lewis Pub
lishing Company told of their experi
ences ye'sterday, as witnesses against
E. G. Lewis, whom the government is
prosecuting on charges of fradulent
use of the mails. Among these was
L. F. Robinson of Orlando, Fla., 78
years old, who said he had Invested
$2,320 in the Lewis enterprises and had
received In return only two Interest
payments on a part of that amount.
He said he would not have bought the
publishing company's 7 per cent notes
if he had thought they were unse
cured, as they proved to be, or if he
had known the company was losing
A tight feeling In the cnest accom accompanied
panied accompanied by a short, dry cough. Indicates
an inflamed condition In the lungs. To
relieve it buy the dollar size BAL BALLARD'S
LARD'S BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP; you
get with each : bottle a free HER HER-RICKS
RICKS HER-RICKS RED PEPPER POROUS PLAS PLASTER
TER PLASTER for the chest. The syrup relaxes
the tightness and the plaster draws
out the inflammation. It is an ideal
combination for curing colds settled In
the lungs. Sold by all druggists.
"BATH TUB TRUST"
Detroit, March 16. The jury which
has been trying the case of the gov government
ernment government against the so-called "bath
tub trust," in' the federal court here,
failed to reach an agreement and was
discharged by Judge Angell last night
The "Child's Welfare" movement has
challenged the attention of thoughtful
people everywhere. Mothers are nat natural
ural natural supporters, and will find in Fo Foley's
ley's Foley's Honey and Tar Compound a most
valuable aid. Coughs and colds that
unchecked lead to croup, bronchitis
and pneumonia yield quickly to the
healing and soothing qualities of Fo
ley's Honey and Tar Compound. Sold
by ihe Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
ifl i ins
Secretary- WiIon? Ixinx-StaBdlBg
Uroucb Against Dr. Wiley Results
In the Latter Resignation
Washington, March 16. Dr. Harvey
V. Wiley, chief of the United States
bureau of chemistry, resigned yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. He announced he would devote
the remainder of his life to urging the
creation of a national health depart department
ment department entirely separate from any other
braneh of the government service.
Dr. Wiley said he had a number of
offers under consideration. One is
from a lecture bureau and others are
of an editorial and commercial nature.
He declared positively that he would
not enter business.
Asked whether he would be a can candidate
didate candidate for the head of the proposed
federal health department for which
he announced he was going to work,
he declared that he would not be, that
he had held all the government posi positions
tions positions he cared to fill.
President Taft sent telegrams broad broadcast
cast broadcast to the heads of universities and
colleges throughout the country ask asking
ing asking them to recommend a successor
to Pr. Wiley. The president said he
hoped in this way to get a consensus
of opinion as to the best and most
Dr. Wiley's resignation came as a
dramaticclimax to the long conference
he had with Secretary Wilson In the
latter's private office. The secretary
made no statement of the case.
Rumors had been current for sev
eral weeks that the government's pure
food expert was about to leave the
service. Nevertheless, the actual news
of his resignation came as a big sur surprise
prise surprise to official Washington. To all
resignation reports Dr. Wiley had
made emphatic denial.
The latest report has been that Dr.
Wiley would lay do-n the Important
work he had been doing for the De Department
partment Department of Agriculture to become as associate
sociate associate editor of a housekeeping mag magazine.
azine. magazine. He has received many flatter flattering
ing flattering offers from Interests In other lines
'Dr. 'Wiley for a long time has been
unhappy in his connection with the
Department of Agriculture. He has
claimed that he has been hampered In
the administration of. his office and
' harassed by other officials. The recent
Wiley-Wilson-McCabe controversy was
but an outcropping of existing fric friction.
tion. friction. A House committee which re
cently investigated affairs of the de department
partment department complimented Dr. Wiley in
the highest terms and scored his "en "enemies"
emies" "enemies" in -the department.
He entered the service of the gov government
ernment government as chief chemist in 1883, serv
W. A. McRAE
A Candidate to Succeed
A Native Floridlan
A Business Man who
will give a Business
He will Appreciate your
support in the com coming
ing coming primary
Yacht "City of Ocala"
Palatka: Tuesdays, Thursdays, Satur Saturdays
days Saturdays at 6 a. m.
Silver Springs J Mondays, Wednesdays,
Fridays at 8 a. m.
For tickets, reservations and fur further
ther further Information see me any time day
or night at the Ocala House.
Agent, Ocala House.
ing in that capacity continuously ever
Because of alleged technical irregu irregularities
larities irregularities in the department of Dr. H.
IL Rusby, a New York consulting
chemist. Dr. Wiley some time ago was
recommended for dismissal by Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Wilson and Attorney General
Wickersham. President Taft set these
(Mm. E. Van Hood, Editor)
The Saloon and Its Allies a Bible
Mon. The saloon's supporters (I Cor.
Tues. A nest, of corruption (Psa.- 64:
Wed. Idleness an ally (Isa. 5:11-17).
Thurs. The "license" ally (Isa. 5:
FrL Out neglect'an ally (Jas. 4:17).
Sat. The saloon breed (Rom. 1:28-32).
Is the municipality a saloon? When?
Christian men who rent property for
saloon purposes are allies of the sa saloon,
loon, saloon, and enemies, accordingly, of the
owners of all adjacent properties.
These men often excuse themselves
for what they are doing by the argu argument
ment argument that ,they can get proper rent
for their property by renting it for sa saloon
loon saloon purposes. But they are not en
titled to such rent. What right have
they as Christian men to do wrong
for money's sake? Their saloon de depreciates
preciates depreciates the value of other properties
in the neighborhood, and they make
possible f,ll the work of ruin and de
vastation and impoverishment which
the saloon carries on.
The s ..oon and crime and sin are
great allies. As much evil is planned
in saloons as in any other one place.
The .saloon Is the haven of the idler.
the peace-breaker, the violator of the
law, the men who prey upon their fel fellows.
lows. fellows. Those who wish to debauch
others find it the best place for their
purpose. Saloons are of all social
grades, just as sin is, but no place is
more congenial to the sin of any par particular
ticular particular social level than the saloon of
the same level. Is it not marvelous
that society actually allows the main maintenance
tenance maintenance of places which are the nat natural
ural natural gathering and distributing places
for evil and vice and crime?
. The patrons of saloons are, of course,
their allies. Without them the sa saloons
loons saloons could not exist. It is the money
of their customers which supports
them. Whoever spends anything in a
saloon helps to perpetuate It, and
makes himself confederate with all
that the saloon does and with all its
The men who maintain social clubs
of high standing where they can get
on Sunday and at any time what liquor
they want to drink are allies of the
saloons, for the frequenter of- the sa saloon
loon saloon contends that the saloon is to
him what the club is to the rich, and
that he has as much right to have a
place to drink as the rich man has.
The saloons have many hidden allies.
The brewers who. establish or support
them in order to have a market for
their beers, the politicians who finance
them or back them with other kinds
of help, the licensing authorities who
multiply them, as well as the property
owners who lease buildings to them,
are the allies of the saloon.
The saloon is not a social necessity.
It is a drinking place. The money
spent on saloons would make the
homes of those who patronize the sa saloons
loons saloons infinitely more attractive and
wholesome social centers than the sa saloons
loons saloons are or can ever be.
Those of us who treat the saloon as
a joke, who regard it with all Its bale baleful
ful baleful effects as necessary and unavoida unavoidable,
ble, unavoidable, who call It the "poor man's club,"
and deem ourselves large-minded in
allowing It to him, forgetting the
curse it Is to his family and the eco economic
nomic economic waste it is to the nation, who
vote to continue the institution when
we have an opportunity to pass upon
It at the polls, who do not work and
pray to purge our life of one of Its
chief sources of pollution we are all.
are we not, so far allies of the saloon?
A WOMAN'S APPEAL
To all knowing sufferers of rheuma
tism, whether muscular or of the
joints sciatalca, lumbagos, backache,
pains in the kidneys or neuralgia
pains, to write to her for a home treat treatment
ment treatment which has repeatedly cured all
of these tortures. She feels it her duty
to send It to all sufferers free. You
cure yourself at home as thousands
will testify no change of climate be being
ing being necessary. This simple discovery
banishes uric acid from the blood,
loosens the stiffened joints, purifies
the blood, and brightens the eyes, giv giving
ing giving elasticity and tone to the whole
system. If the above Interests you, for
proof address Mrs. M. Summers, Box
R, South Bend, Ind. 23.
EIGHT FIND DEATH
OS THE SAXTA FE
Albuqueque, N M., March 16. Three
are dead, five missing and a score or
more Injured as a result of a Tear-end
collision yesterday afternoon between
a westbound extra freight and a work
train on the Santa Fe lines at Mc McCartney's,
Cartney's, McCartney's, N. M. sixty miles west of
here. The five laborers who are miss missing
ing missing are believed to be buried in the
wreckage. The wreck occurred on a
sharp curve In a blinding snowstorm.
which obscured the view of the en
gineer of the extra freight train. The
work train was standing on the main
line. The dead and injured, number
ing twenty, were brought here.
Do you know that of all the minor
ailments colds are by far the most
dangerous? It is not the cold itself
that you need to fear, but the serious
diseases that it often leads to. Most
of these are known as germ diseases.
Pneumonia and consumption are among
them. Why not take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and cure your cold
while you can? For sale by all deal dealers
ers dealers FOR SALE One 4-passenger Hup
automobile. Only used a few days
Just as good as new. A bargain to a
quick buyer. Florida Auto Sales Com
When you have rheumatism In your
foot or Instep apply Chamberlain's
Liniment and you will get quick re
lief. It costs but a quarter.- Why
suffer? For sale by all dealers.
OUR SPRING :liIBJE
It will pay you to see this
line of shirts before
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Of course we are honest and accu
rate, or we s could not conduct the suc successful
cessful successful business we dor But it is as well
for you to know
goods at this store you are amply protected.
We use all the latest
make mistakes a practical impossibility. All YOUvneed
trouble about is the selection
our modern appliances your
Here you will find a
Brick Codfish Smoked
Mackerel 10c and 20c, Kippered Herring, Herring in Toma
to Sauce, Findon Haddock, Tunny Fish, Flaked jElsh, Cod
Roe, Herring Roe, Anchovie, Clam Chowder, -Clamsr. Lob Lobsters,
sters, Lobsters, Shrimp, Deviled Crabs, Salmon Steak, Crab Meat,
Russian Caviar, Anchovy Paste, Bloater Paste, Goose Liver,
Potato Chips, Etc.
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Two Phones, 16 and
W A KITH
I have a buyer for this amount of land, within the city
limits of Ocala, for sub-division purposes. This land must
be in the residential section; and if you have anything -;to
offer see me at once, as UY DUYECl nttL;CE CEBE : SATT?
to look over the various propositions which may be entered
DAVID S. VJOODROVJ, Heal Esfet)
On the Gronnd Floor cn lit Square" Ccc!a Mzzzz XTrx
L I I II
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that when you buy
mechanical contrivances that
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protection is absolute ana corn-
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DC ALA EVENING STAIt, SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1012.
m mm star
Eittiager & Carroll Proprietors.
R. B. Carroll, Business Manager.
J. R. Benjamin, Editor.
The republic "of Colombia, thro its j
charge d'affaires at Washington, an-
nounces its intention of upholding: the J
Monroe doctrine by refusing to cede J
harbors to Germany: also of dealing
with the United States m a mgniyivana harbor on tne nigm oi reo. w,
ethical manner regarding the partition 1 1
of Panama. Some year' ago, when our j
government decided to cut the canal
across Central America, and decided!
on the Panama route, It made a fair J
an nff.r mimI hv th v&T. on tnfor-ltuar
mat Ion secured from Colombia's public
men. Colombia, however, saw a
chance to. pull Uncle Sam's leg, and
raised the price. About that time. Pan-
ama. which had ". always been treated
iik a. rriha.dAd lit en son by the re-1
malnder of the republic, seceded. As
Panama was willing to give the Unit-
ed States a fair deal In the canal mat- were draped with black and at the
ter. It was perfectly fair and proper upper end of the chamber a gilded al al-for
for al-for our government to take It up. Co- tar blazed with innumerable wax
lombian statesmen are no more pa-
triotic now than they were a dozen
years ago. They think they see an-
other chance to pull Uncle Sam's leg,
and it Is a mighty poor American who! Numerous "floral offerings were laid
favors a movement to take the money Ion the coffins, including wreaths from
of our. own people and give it to althe city of Havana, the Cuban navy,
corrupt gang of shiftless greasers. the Spanish "War veterans and various
vt that th Tnnmai or hut it
I. nttloh1A tnat th nantrn
which inquired with so much vehem-
ence from whence came the money
used in Wilson's campaign, are not
asking to know who is paying the
newspapers to circulate the Under
wood supplements. Pensacola Jour- j
The Star was offered a set of these
supplements, express paid, and it is
fair to infer that a set has been offered
to at least one paper in every county
in the United States. The expense
would be not less than 130,000, which!
would equal Mr. Underwood's salary!
as a congressman for four years.
The democratic executive commit
tee of Escambia county announces 1
that It will not allow the name of
Woodrow Wilson as a presidential
preference on the primary ticket. Rea-
son. It is alleged that Wilson didn't
vote for Bryan In 1908. It seems to the
Star that It saw a statement, the other
day, from Governor Wilson to the ef-
.-levi up uiu to iur Drjran, ana n
he doesn't know. no one 1a can I
it. t t J A M V-fc m m m
know. If Escambia ountv ham Wit-
hbh ft TiAitw i.rai nf
moral rleht to do. h Athr ,.n,H
in the state should see to It that Es-
mhio'. mto 1. I
A .Missouri woman visiting In Mex-1
Ico writes back to a friend: "As for
Americans not being shown respect,'
that is-rot. We ret a whole lot bet-
ter treatment than we deserve, con-
sldering how some of them gossip and
abuse .the ruler under whom they I
choose to live." Unfortunatelv there
Is a tne of American abroad that in
hard to equal for arrogance and con-1
tempt for natives and their ways.
Patriotism is a good thing, but It
should be joined with respect for the!
patriotism of others.
Judge T. L. Massie. the jurist, so
foully murdered by a gang -of outlaws
at Hillville, Va.. the other day. was a
college classmate of Dr. D. M. Smith
of this city. He occupied a high place
among the members of the Virginia
bar. and showed. his devotion to the
Ideals of his profession to the last. Te-
fusing to arm himself In his court-!
room, altho he knew his life was
threatened. The act of which he was a
-victim was one of the worst in the an annals
nals annals of crime, and it is to be hoped
that Virginia will not rest until every
one of the perpetrators Is imprison imprisoned
ed imprisoned for life or dead.
A bashful young man of this city,
whose theological education has been
neglected, was recently Invited to take
dinner with the family of a pious
i via vi aiiUf w ucu an tt vTi V ocaieu ai
the table, to his utter consternation,
was asked to say grace.-. Utterly de demoralized,
moralized, demoralized, he managed to stammer:
"You'll have to excuse me this time;
I didn't bring my grace with me."
, Five days ago, the date of a letter
written from Mfaannrl (n a mam Vt- st
th Rfara at aft I
of snow on the ground and the white
trains were badly handicapped and
could not make their schedules, and
this Is only a middle western state.
Such weather makes one appreciate a
Florida day like this.
One of our city contemporaries an announces
nounces announces under a flaming head that
"Mrs. Suffered an Attack of
Acute Indigestion." Should think a
newspaper man should know enough to
realize that, even If the item was I Washington trip, I most highly appre appre-worth
worth appre-worth such a diaphanous caption, a elate your generosity and take this
lady of refinement would not want it opportunity to express my sincere
displayed In such a circus poster way.
-Secretary Knox was given a warm I
welcome in Panama San Salvador, and I
he and the members of his party were!
presented with genuine Panama hats I
when they left. Hope they won't talk
thru, said hats during the remainder
of the trip.
Congressman Clark opened his cam-
palgn for renomination In his home
town of Gainesville Thursday. He re received
ceived received an enthusiastic greeting from a
large audience. Mr. Clark evidently
stands well at home, and that Is a
public man's strongest recommenda recommendation.
tion. recommendation. Arizona wilt be known as "The Val Valentine
entine Valentine State." because the president
signed its statehood papers on Feb February
ruary February 1.
Kansas delegates to the Democratic
National Convention will support
Champ Clark as first choice, and If
they decide he cannot win will vote
CITRUS FRUIT EXCHANGE
MAY BE SQUELCHED
Tampa, Fla., March 16. Either the
citrus fruit growers of Florida must
give stronger backing to the Florida
Citrus Fruit Exchange or than organ organisation
isation organisation will go out of business. The
matter of the further existence of the
exchange will be determined at the an annual
nual annual convention, which will be held In
this city on April 1.
There are an even hundred reasons
why It Is profitless to get the best of
a woman In an argument. The first
is: she won't believe you anyhow; the
other ninety-nine are the same L"ncle
Moose meet Thursday evening.
BURIAL Of THE MAINE
Wreck of Fastvcs Old Battleeklp He-
chived Its Se Fnaeral this
Havana, March 16. The hulk of the
old battleship Maine will be sent to Its
last resting place at the bottom or the
sea three miles off the Cuban coast
this afternoon. Roses from her decks
will adorn the waters as she sinks,
"taps" will be sounded and the cruiseT
North Carolina will point ner prow
northward to bring- home the last of
the bodies of the men who met death
when the Maine was blown up In Ha-
Final arrangements for the disposal
of the Maine were completed yester
day afternoon when shortly after sun-
down the hulk was drawn through a
Osceola and moored to its outer
The public was admitted to view the
thirty four plain caskets containing
the bodies of sixty-five members of the
crew of the Maine which lay in state
in the municipal council chamber.
converted for the purpose into an Im
posing mortuary chapeL The walls
candles. The caskets were ranged
around the walls, covered with black
and draped with Cuban and American
societies. The guard of honor was
composed of Cuban artillerymen and
inUHlBers OI me navana camp ui
lah American War veterans.
FROM SILVER SPRINGS
Remember the day outing on the
water Sunday. The City of Ocala Is
appointed to clear from Silver Springs
for the Oklawaha river excursion at 9
la m. The Ocala Northern train leaves
the Ocala Seaboard station at 7:30 a.
m. vFare for round trip on vessel is 50
cents. Return in Silver Springs at
4:30 p. m. Albert Anson Graham.
Notice is hereby given that the
board of county commissioners will at
its reeular meeting. May 7th, at noon,
1912, receive bid3 for opening the
right of way and building the public
road from Daisy to Fort McCoy.
S. T. Sistrunk, Clerk.
A SPECIALTY PHOTOGRAPHER
"r tne commercial wan is mamng.
for a short time. 24 small photos for
z&c-. giving tnree airrerent positions
Aiso Pst cara pnoios at sue. per aoz
en. o-o-oiu aw
SOUTHERN STATES SWEPT
BY A FIERCE STORM
Washington, March 16. One of the
worst rain and wind storms in many
years swept over the South Atlantic
coast states yesterday, partially par
alyzing railroad traffic, carrying off
railroad and highway bridges and
At Greensboro, N. C, two bridges
were carried out. Two persons were
killed at Spartanburg.
At Farmville, va., a small cyclone
blew down three houses. In Petersburg
the city was flooded and trolley traf
flc was suspended.
Five were killed in an Alabama cy
In a pitched battle at the cabin of
SIdna Allen, one of the leaders of the
Hillville band of outlaws, Allen was
wounded and captured by a posse and
hIs wife was killed
WHAT HAS LIGHT DONE FOR TOD?
This letter, signed by prominent
people in the county, shows the re result
sult result of Light's efforts to obtain lower
rates on vegetables. He could have
secured hundreds of signatures:
What has Light Done for Yon?
TJa I a Vi a ftsilw mart tr f ofIati AAlin.
L - .
able information and did testify be before
fore before the Interstate Railroad Commis Commission,
sion, Commission, thereby aiding in the results of
a reduction of 12 to 16 cents a bushel
crate, carload lots to eastern markets.
Are you going to kick politically
the man who has helped you finan financially?
cially? financially? Mr. Light should have the
of every farmer and truck
?rwer, ,n""l? c0"nty for his ef
J. M. Meffert,
C. B. Strickland,
E L Howell,
E. D. Rou,
IL Gatrell, M. D.
J. K. Christian.
STAR'S WORK APPRECIATED
Editor Star: As president of the
committee on advertising the Booker
thanks for the same, in behalf of the
colored people at large. Your atti
tude In this matter places U3 under
obligations "and we assure you that
we shall always endeavor to show this
appreciation in a substantial way.
This is one of the many things that
makes the relations in Marion county
(between white and colored race so
I amicable, and makes Ocala and Mar
Ion county the best place in the Unit-
d States for negroes to dwell, and
contributes largely to the high stand standard
ard standard of citizenry that prevails among
our race in the county.
W. P. Wilson, M. D.
POULTRY FOR SALE
S. C. B. Leghorns, white and barred
rocks; S. C. R. I. Reds and homer
pigeons of the best strains at bargain
prices. J. W. Gardner, Kendrick, Fla.
After you have had a row and life
looks mighty. blue, send her a box of
Xorrls candy and she'll again love
you. Get It at the Court Pharmacy.
K. of P. meet Monday evening.
SAM S. AD
Kramer & Klock
Are offering the following bargains:
Several desirable pieces of property
at Lake Weir, two hundred small
farms in Marion county, improved and
unimproved: fifteen orange groves in
Five and ten-acre lots of rich ham hammock
mock hammock Iand.s one mile from courthouse
on hard road and railroad. City prop property,
erty, property, improved and unimproved.
Largf Trardt, colonization tracts,
cut-over lands, sawmill propositions,
virgin pine lands, well watered graz grazing
ing grazing lands and muck lands. Fifteen
hundred acres in the district of Mavill
in the province of Penar lel Rio. Cuba,
Missouri timber lands and New Eng England
land England farms for sale or exchange.
Mr. I II. Gillen. expert job printer
and pressman of the Ocala Star, came
down last week and installed our big
printing press. Pat is an all around
fellow in a print shop and made good
his job. Sumter County Times.
FOR SALE Eggs for setting, strict strictly
ly strictly U. R. Fi3hels White Plymouth Rock
strand. $1.50 for thirteen or $8 per
hundred. Apply to P. O. Box 197, city.
MISSOURI'S HOl'V DAWG SOXO
George W. Williams of Waterloo,
la., has secured a copy of that Dawg"
ditty, and sends it along. It was writ written
ten written by F. L. Wright, and runs:
Down in the Ozarks they're humming
Whistle it, too, as they pass it along.
You can buy all of his sheep or a hawg,
But you can't get him to part with his
He'd get you goin' around an' round
If you make one single kick at his
Hear the Missourians' musical ring
Come from the mountains, and hark to
"Every time I come to town
The boys keep kickin' my dawg aroun.;
Makes no difference if he is a noun'.
They gotta quit kickin' my dog aroun'."
Give a Missourian a gun an' a pup.
Then there's no trouble in gittin' him
If it's a dawg that delivers the goods
That there Missourian's soon in the
Squirrels are Tallin an possums are
Rabbits are hiken' an' coons are afear afear-ed.
ed. afear-ed. Down through the bottoms he ambles
All of the echoes repeating his .song:
"Every time I come to town
The boys keep kickin' my dawg aroun,:
Makes no difference if he is a houn'.
They gotta quit kickin my dog aroun'."
Take a Missourian, mortgage his farm.
Threaten the man with a bushel of
Steal his potatoes and then steal his
Keep the noor sucker afraid of his life.
You mig'it take his cow or you might
take his hawg.
But nobody can ever git to his dawg.
The two of 'em stick to the very last
You hear the dog howl and Missourian
"Every time I come to town
The boys keep kickin' my dawg aroun.;
Makes no difference if, he is a houn',
They gotta quit kickin my dog aroun'."
PREPARE TO SUSTAIN'
A DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENT
What can a progressive democratic
president accomplish with conserva conservative,
tive, conservative, stand-pat railroad attorneys in
Will you continue to send an attor attorney
ney attorney for the A. C. L Railroad and
Southern Express Company to Con Congress
gress Congress to represent you? Do you be believe
lieve believe he can and will represent you
and his clients at the same time?
The time has come when national
aid for good roads is just as essential
for the public good as appropriations
Tor rivers and harbors.
HERBERT S. PHILLIPS,
Candidate for Congress.
There's a right side to each question,
And there is a wrong side, too;
But the guy who is wise just opens his
And waits for the Inside view.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY OF OCALA
Mayor: J. D. Robertson.
Recorder: L T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder: H. M. Hampton.
President of the Council: R. R. Car Carroll.
roll. Carroll. President Pro Tern: J. H. Taylor.
Councilman First Ward: C. R. Ty Ty-dlngs,
dlngs, Ty-dlngs, L. W. Duval.
Second Ward: J. H. Taylor, R. R.
Third Ward: E. T. Helvenston, H. A.
Fourth Ward: G. A. Carmichael, F.
G. B. Weihe.
At Large: C. M. Livingston.
City Clerk: H. C. Sistrunk.
Deputy Clerk: Miss Helen Scott.
Marshal: R. L. Carter.
Fire Chief: H. S. Chambers.
Supt. Electric Light Plant: Joseph
Treasurer: W. T. Gary.
Attorney: C. L Sistrunk.
Tax Collector: W. W. Clyatt.
Sanitary Inspector: G. W. Cleveland.
Street Commissioner: F. M. Dodson.
Committees of the Council
Finance: C. R. Tydings, J. H. Taylor,
E. T. Helvenston.
Judiciary: L W. Duval, E. T. Hel Helvenston,
venston, Helvenston, F. G. B. Yeihe.
Street: G. A. Carmichael, J. H. Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, R. R. Carroll.
Cemetery: C. M. Livingston, E. T.
Helvenston, L. W. Duval.
Fire: H. A. Fausett, C. R. Tydings,
R. R. Carroll.
Police: R. R. Carroll, C. R. Tydings,
G. A. Carmichael.
Market: F. G. B. Weihe, C. M. Liv
ingston, L .W. Duval.
Sanitary: E. T. Helvenston, F. G
Weihe, L. W. Duval.
Building: G. A. Carmichael, C.
Livingston, H. A. Fausett.
Light and Water: J. IL Taylor,
A Fausett. C. R. Tydings.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Conventions helJ every Monday eve evening
ning evening in Castle Hall over Carlisle's
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visit-ingknights.
ingknights. visit-ingknights. J. G. Ferguson. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. and S.
TUESDAY, MARCH 19,
$1.50, $1, 75c,
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
W. H. Dodge. D. D.,
a. n? Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sermon.
Preaching by Rev. Dr
Morris-town, New Jersey.
3 p. m. Junior Missionary Society.'
No evening services.
A cordial invitation extended to the
public. Good music at both services.
J. D. Chapman, Pastor
3:30 a, m. Sunday school. W. T.
In the absence of the pastor who 13
holding a meeting at Winter Garden,
Rev. J. R. Wells of Kathleen will
6:30 p. m. B. YP. U.
A cordial invitation to anyone who
may wish to worship with us.
W. H. Coleman, Minister
U a. m. Sunday school.
11a. m. Sermon.
Preaching by Evangelist Bennett.
Topic. "The Communion."
3 p. m. Free lecture by Evangelist
Bennett to women only. Topic, "The
Future of Our Girl3."
:15 p. m. Preaching by Evangelist
Bennett. Subject. 'The Reformation
or Evolution of the Modern Churches."
Special music at all these services
and a cordial welcome to the public.
Rev. J. B. Ley. Pastor
9:30 a. m. Bible school.
11 a. m. Preaching.
Sermon by Rev. D. B. Hill of Jack
3 p. m. Dr. Hill will talk to men
only, to whom a general and urgent
invitation is extended.
6:30 p. m. Senior League.
7 p. m. Preaching.
Preaching by Dr. Nixon. Subject,
"Men and Religion."
A cordial invitation to all these
Rev. Campbell Gray, Rector.
Holy Eucharist 7:30 a. m.
Sunday school 9:45 a. m.
Litany and Holy Eucharist with ser sermon
mon sermon 10:45 a. m.
Evening prayer service 7:30 p. m.
Holy Eucharist daily 7 a. m.
Evening prayer and meditation Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday and Friday 7:30 p. m.; other
days of the week at 5 p. m.
Monday Guild of St. Margaret at
Mrs. Gamsby's, Altar Guild at Mrs.
Tuesday Woman's Auxiliary study
class at Mrs. Halsley's.
Friday choir practice at 8 p. m.
The open offerings on Sunday at
10:45 wilrbe for the church house and
hospital In Orlando. In the evening
the sermon will be the fourth in the
course on "The Mysteries of Redemp Redemption,"
tion," Redemption," and the fifth number of the
Lenten cantata will be given.
SOUTHERN RESCUE MISSION
The fiirst annual convention of the,
Florida board of managers of the
Southern Rescue Mission, Inc., will be
held in Ocala, in the Methodist church,
March 19-22, 1912. for the purpose of
arriving at a "best plan" of dealing
with the social evil as 'tis affecting
the young girls and boys of our coun country
try country today. Our speakers will be allow allowed
ed allowed to select their own subjects. But
in a general way, all of our addresses
are supposed to be along the line of
"protection for young girls and boys,"
as well as dealing with the social evil
in its broadest sense. Addresses and
sermons should not be longer than one
hour. Program follows:
Tuesday, 7:30 p. m. Opening sermon
by Rev. J. Edgar Wilson, of Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. Wednesday, 11 a. m. Sermon, by
Rev. J. E. Lewis, of Tampa.
2:30 p. m. Business session, and ad address
dress address by A. W. Elliott, Atlanta,
7:30 p. m. Address, by Rev. Lamar
Sims, of Albany, Ga.
Thursday, 11 a. m. Address, by Rev.
J. S. Jenkins, of Atlanta, Ga.
2:30 p. m. Address, by E. Van Hood,
M. D., Ocala.
7:30 p. m. Sermon, by Rev. Eugene
R. Pendleton, Pensacola.
Friday, 11 a. m. Sermon, by Rev.
Lamar Sims, of Albany, Ga,
2:30 p. m. Closing business session,
and address by Rev. F. B. Hill, Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Rev. J. B. Ley of Ocala, who Is pres president
ident president of the Florida board, will have
entire charge of entertainments, and
the convention in general. All mem members
bers members of the board and all speakers will
be entertained free, but are requested
to notify Rev. Ley in advance.
A STENOGRAPHER'S LUCK
Monroe, La., March 15. Miss Zula
Mize, of this City, a former stenog stenographer
rapher stenographer for a wealthy Chicago railroad
man, now said to be dying in a Roch Rochester,
ester, Rochester, Minn., sanitarium, received a
telegram yesterday to the effect that
she had been made sole heir by his
will to an estate valued at $430,000.
The property is located in Chicago, Bt.
Louis and "Florida. She left yesterday
for Chicago in response to a message
from an attorney in charge of the es estate.
tate. estate. The dying man, it is said, has no
INSURANCE AGENTS WANTED
Two young men wanted to act as
agents for new line of insurance busi business
ness business for Florida. Salary or commis commission.
sion. commission. Address J. J. Kennedy, Ocala
Infant mortality is the most sensi sensitive
tive sensitive index we possess of social wel welfare
fare welfare of sanitary administration, espe especially
cially especially under urban conditions. A heavy
infant mortality implies a heavier
death rate up to five years of age;
and right up to adult life the districts
suffering from a heavy child mortality
have higher death rates than the dis districts
tricts districts whose infant mortality is low.
Neusholme in the National Food Maga Magazine.
zine. Magazine. 1912
5 ipon cemtt
What have yon to show to-day tor all the money yon have paid out in rent in Cit
past ten years ?
A Bundle of Rent Receipts
Figure out how many hard earned dollars this bundle represents and ask your yourself
self yourself the question if you are doing the right thing by yourself and your family by
continuing to pay out your earnings with nothing to show for it.
The service we are offering in not for those who have plenty of money but for the
working man and others of moderate means.
We loan you the money at 5 per cent interest on yearly balance on a thousand
dollnr loan, the payments if equated would amount to $10.48 per month, this
amount covers both PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST.
15y this plan hundreds of people are now enjoying the pleasure of living in a
home of their own, are improving their property and now have something to show
for their money.
t Why continue paying rent when it is so easy to own your own property.
Let us explain our plan more fully, write to-day for freeliterature.
THE GUARANTEE INVESTMENT & LOAN CO.
Incorporated under the Laws oi the State of Florida
Dome Oftice Third Floor Carry Building. Phone 982
SON OF OIL MAGNATE
MARRIED HIS STEPSISTER
West Palm Beach, March 16 Roy E.
Pierce, son of H. Clay Pierce, the oil
magnate, and Miss Virginia Burrows,
his step-sister, were married In this
city on Wednesday night by the Rev.
Edwin N. Waldo, pastor of the Congre Congregational
gational Congregational church. Pierce's former mar marriage
riage marriage to Mrs. Elizabeth Perry Chap Chapman
man Chapman is said to have been only recent recently
ly recently annulled.
Pierce is said to have first applied to
the Rev. H. Ashton Henry, rector of
the Holy Trinity Episcopal church, to
perform the ceremony, but failure to
satisfactorily answer certain questions
is said to have caused the clergyman's
refusal. In his application for license,
Pierce gave his age as 29 and that of
Miss Burrows as 20.
H. Clay Pierce, who previously de denied
nied denied any engagement between the
young couple, declined to comment
upon his son's second marriage.
Prize Steers Not Good Meat.
The meat of more than one prize
steer has proved disappointing In the
eating, though fine to look at. In the
development of the animal for compe competition
tition competition his flesh is sometimes, If not
always, seamed with small veins of
fat which are dilated by cooking Into
tough strings. Hence, the range-fed
steer, not nursed into prominence, af affords
fords affords the better Cteak or roast.
TAX ASSESSOR'S APPOINTMENTS
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 fall to meet me on my rounds will
call or write me at Ocala during the
month of March.
Alfred Ayer, Assessor.
A Backsliding Santa Claus.
Mrs. Peavish says that before they
were married Mr. Peavish used to say
that If she would let him be her Santa
Claus he would devote his life to slid sliding
ing sliding up and down the chimney for
her. And now it xuakes him mad to
have to take up ashes f.om the grate.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. TJ. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
nonth. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary.
NO. 10, F. & A. M.
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19 meets In
the Temple on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month.
Visiting brethren cordially invited.
C. E. Simmons, W. iL
Jake Brown, Secretary.
Moose meet Thursday evening.
A GUARANTEED ATTRACTION!
at 8:30 O'clock Sharp
The Guarantee ; tavesScsait ac3
loan Company is Co -the
man who is
Expert Medical Seleatlata Aaae-amee
Startling Reaulta Obtained
New. TorK Thousands are taking;
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, whlck 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, Senplne
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.
Must Have Been Her Lucky Day.
In a lot of old papers and magazines
that Mrs. T. G. Payson gave to the Sal Salvation
vation Salvation army of Jersey City the other
day was an envelope containing $225
In bills that Mrs .Payson had overlook overlooked.
ed. overlooked. After 20 men had searched for
hours In the army's waste paper pile,
Mrs. Payson looking on, the money was
found and restored to her.
FORT KING CAMP NO 14,
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Next regular monthly meeting will
be held at 8 o'clock Friday evening,
March 22, at Yonge's Hall.
R. N. Dosh, C C.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.
Altered the Case.
Mrs. de Mover "Good gracious!
This is the noisiest neighborhood 1
ever got into. Just hear those children
screech!" Maid "They're your own
childexs, mum." Mrs. de Mover "Are
they? How the little darling are en en-Joying
Joying en-Joying Uxemselves!" Tit-Bits.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Ladge No. 286, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets sec second
ond second and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Edward Drake, E. R.
David S. William. Secretary.
Going Over the Books.
"This item in your campaign ex expense
pense expense account mystifies me," said the
auditor. "I don't understand what
you mean by 'raw material "That's
an error on the part of the stenogra stenographer,
pher, stenographer, replied Senator Sorghum. "It
should read, "hurrah material
SaZ o. "toe.
WHITE EXPECTS A STRIKES
New York. March IS.- "All negotia negotiations
tions negotiations with the anthracite coal operat operators
ors operators are off," declared John T. White,
president of the United Mine Workers
of America at the adjournment of the
meeting yesterday afternoon between
the miners and operators, in which the
miners declined the operators' counter
proposition. "I look for a general
suspension of work on April 1st, he
"The coal supply of the earth Is
limited," said the scientist. "No one
can say how long it will last." "Great
Scott!" exclaimed a man In the back
row; "and here we've gone and wast wasted
ed wasted more'n a bushel of it heatln the
hall for this lecture." Washington
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tab Tablets.
lets. Tablets. Druggists refund money if it falls
to cure. EL W. GROVE'S signature is
on each box. 25c.
TULTJLA LOjjuiS NO. 22, I. O. O. F.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, .Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday at 8 p. m.. In Yonge's HalL
Visiting brethren always welcome.
Jake Brown, Noble Grand.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
"Augustus, dear," said the girl, ten tenderly,
derly, tenderly, pushing him from her as the
moonlight flooded the bay window
where they were standing. "I think
that you had better try some other
hair dye; your mustache tastes like
OCALA CHAPTER NO. 18, R. A. H.
Regular convocations or tne ocaia
Chapter, No. 13, R. A, on the fourth
Friday of every month at I p. m.
C, E. Connor, E. H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
OCALA AERIE NO. 1814, F. O. E.
Ocala Aerie No. 1814. Fraternal Or Order
der Order of Eagles, meets every first and
third Wednesdays In each month, at t
p. m.. in Castle HalL Visiting broth brothers
ers brothers are always welcome.
F. G. B. Weihe. President.
N. L. Williams, Secretary.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
Ocala Lodge No. 99. Meets each
Thursday night In hall In Gary bleck.
G. F. Mershon, Dictator.
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The 8tory and the Letter.
Imagine, if you please, the forest
primeval; yes, the murmuring; pines
ana tne nemiocics or tne poem as wen,
by the side of a rapidly rushing; moun mountain
tain mountain torrent fed by the eternal snows
of the lofty peaks of the great range.
A level stretch of grassy land where
a mountain brook joined the creek
was dotted with clumps of pines and
great boulders rolled down from the
everlasting hills half an acre of open
clearing. On the opposite side of the
brook the canon wall rose almost
sheer for perhaps fire hundred feet,
ending in jagged, needle-edged pin pinnacles
nacles pinnacles of rock, sharp, picturesque and
beautiful. A thousand feet above ran
the timber line, and four thousand
feet above that the crest of the great greatest
est greatest peak in the main range.
The white tents of the little encamp encampment
ment encampment which had gleamed so brightly
in the clear air and radiant sunshine
of Colorado, now stood dim and ghost ghostlike,
like, ghostlike, in the red reflection of a huge
campflre. It was the evening of the
first day In the wilderness.
For two days since leaving the
wagon, the Maltland party with its
long train of burros heavily packed,
its horsemen and the steady plodders
on foot, had advanced into unexplored
and almost inaccessible retreats of
the, mountains into the primitive in indeed!
deed! indeed! In this delightful spot they had
pitched their tents and the perma permanent
nent permanent camp had been made. Wood
was abundant, the water at hand was
as cold as ice, as clear as crystal and
as soft as milk. There was pas pasturage
turage pasturage for the horses and burros on
the other side of the mountain brook.
The whole place was a little amphi?
theater which humanity occupied per perhaps
haps perhaps the first time since creation.
Unpacking the burros, setting up
the tents, making the camp, building
the fire, had used up the late remain remainder
der remainder of the day which was theirs when
they had arrived. Opportunity would
come tomorrow to explore the coun country,
try, country, .to climb the range, to try the
stream tnat tumbled down a succes succession
sion succession of waterfalls to the right of the
camp and roared and rushed merrily
around its feet until, swelled by the
volume "of the, brook, it lost itself in
tree-clad depths far beneath. Tonight
rest after labor, tomorrow play after
: The evening meal was over. Enid
could not help think with what
scorn and contempt her father would
have regarded the menu, how his gorge
would have risen hers, too, for that
matter had it been placed before
him on the. old colonial mahogany of
the dining-room in Philadelphia. But
up there in the wilds she had eaten
the coarse homely fare with the zest
and relish of the most seasoned ranger
of the hills. Anxious to be of service,
she had burned her hands and smoked
her hair and scorched her face by
usurping the functions of the young
ranchman who had been brought along
as cook, and had actually fried the
bacon herself! Imagine, a goddess
with a frying pan! The black thick
coffee and the condensed milk, drunk
from the granite vcarecup, had a more
delicious aroina and a more delight delightful
ful delightful taste than the; finest Mocha and
Java in the daintiest porcelain of
France. Optimum condlmentum. The
girl was frankly ravenously hungry,
the air,, the altitude, the exertion, the
excitement made her able to eat any anything
thing anything and enjoy it,
She was gloriously beautiful, too;
even her brief experience In the west
had brought back; the missing roses
to her cheek, and had banished the
bistre circles from beneath her eves.
rRobert Maltland. lazily reclining
propped up against a boulder, his feet
to the fire, smoking an old pipe that
would have given his brother the hor horrors,
rors, horrors, looked with approving oom-
She Actually Fried the Bacon Herself.
placency upon her, confident and sat satisfied
isfied satisfied that his prescription was work work-ins
ins work-ins well. Nor was he the only one
who looked at her that way. Marion
and Emma, his two daughters, wor worshipped
shipped worshipped their handsome Philadelphia
cousin and they sat one on either side
of her on the great log lying between
the tents and the fire. Even Bob
Junior condescended to give her ap approving
proving approving glances. The whole camp
was at her feet' Mrs. Maltland had
been greatly taken by her young
niece. Kirkby made no secret of his
devotion, Arthur Bradshaw and Henry
PhUiosL each a "tenderfoot" of the ex-
of Co wag
iremist cnaracter, friends or business
connections in the east, who were
spending their vacation with Malt Maltland,
land, Maltland, shared in the general devotion;
to say nothing of George the cook and
Pete, the packer and horse wrangler.
Philips, who was an old acquaint acquaintance
ance acquaintance of Enid's, had tried his luck with
her back east and had sense enough
to accept as final his failure. Brad Brad-sbaw
sbaw Brad-sbaw was a solemn young man with without
out without that keen sense of humor whicn
was characteristic of the west The
others were suitably dressed for ad adventure,
venture, adventure, for Bradshaw's idea of an ap appropriate
propriate appropriate costume was distinguished
chiefly by long green felt puttees
which swathed his huge calves and
excited curious inquiry and ribald
comment from the surprised denizens
of each mountain hamlet through
which they had passed, to all of which
Bradshaw remained serenely oblivious.
The young man, who does enter espe especially
cially especially into this tale, was a vestryman
of the church in his home in the
suburbs of Philadelphia. His piety
had been put to a severe strain in the
That day everybody had to work on
the trail everybody wanted to for
that matter. The hardest labor con consisted
sisted consisted in the driving of the burros.
Unfortunately there was no good and
trained leader among them through
an unavoidable mistake, and the camp campers
ers campers had great difficulty In keeping the
burros on the trail. To Arthur Brad Bradshaw
shaw Bradshaw had been allotted the most ob obstinate,
stinate, obstinate, cross-grained and determined
of the unruly band, and old Kirkby
and George paid particular attention
to Instructing him in the gentle art
of manipulating him over the rocky
"Wall," said Kirkby with his some somewhat
what somewhat languid, drawling, nasal "voice,
"that there burro's like a ship w'ich
I often seed 'em w'en I was a kid down
east afore I come out to God's coun country.
try. country. Nature has pervided 'em with a
kind of a helium. I remember if, you
wanted the boat to go to the right
you shoved the helium over to the
left. Sta'boad an' port was the terms
as I recollects 'em. It's jest the same
with burros, you takes 'em by the
tiller, that's by the tail, git a good
tight twist on it an' ef you want him
to head to the right slew his stern
sheets around to the left, an you got
to be keerful you don't git no kick
back w'ich ef it lands on you is worse
'n the ree-coil of a mule."
Arthur faithfully followed direc directions,
tions, directions, narrowly escaping the outraged
brute's small but sharp pointed heels
on occasion. His efforts not" being
productive of much success, finally In
his despair he resorted to brute
strength; he would pick the little ani animal
mal animal up bodily, pack and all he was a
man of powerful physique and swing
him around until his head pointed in
the right direction; then with a prayer
that the burro would keep it there for
a few rods anyway, he would set him
down and start him all over again.
The process oft repeated became mo monotonous
notonous monotonous after awhile. Arthur was s
slow thinking man, deliberate in ac
tion ; he stood it as long as he possibly
could. Kirkby. who rode one horse
and led two others, and therefore was
exempt from burro driving, observed
him with great interest. He and Brad Bradshaw
shaw Bradshaw had strayed way behind the rest
of the party.
At last Arthur's resistance, patience
and piety, strained to the breaking
point, gave way suddenly. Primitive
instincts rose to the surface and over overwhelmed
whelmed overwhelmed him like a flood. He de deliberately
liberately deliberately sat down on a fallen tree
by the side of a trail, the burro halt halting
ing halting obediently, turned and faced him
with hanging head, apparently con conscious
scious conscious that he merited the disappro disapprobation
bation disapprobation that was being heaped upon
him, for from the desperate tender tenderfoot
foot tenderfoot there burst forth so amazing, so
fluent so comprehensive a torrent of
assorted profanity, that even the old
past master in objuratipn was aston astonished
ished astonished and bewildered. Where did
Bradshaw, mild and Inoffensive, get
it? His proficiency would have ap appalled
palled appalled his rector and amazed his fel fellow
low fellow vestrymen. Not the Jackdaw of
Rheims himself was so cursed as that
little burro. Kirkby feat on his horse
In fits of silent laughter until the
tears ran down his cheek, the only
outward and visible expression of his
Arthur only stopped when he had
thoroughly emptied himself, possibly
of an accumulation of years of repres repression.
sion. repression. "Wall," said Kirkby, "you sure do
overmatch any one I ever heard w'en
it comes to cursln'; w'y, you could
gimme cards an' spades an' beat me,
an I was thought to have some gift
that-a-way in the old days."
"I didn't begin to exhaust myself,"
answered Bradshaw, shortly, "and
what I did say didn't equal the situa situation.
tion. situation. I'm going home."
"I wouldn't do that," urged the old
man. "Here, you take the horses an
I'll tackle the burro."
"Gladly," said Arthur. "I would
rather ride an elephant and drive a
herd of them than waste another min minute
ute minute on this Infernal little mule."
The story was too good to keep,
and around the camp fire "that night
Kirkby drawled It forth. There was a
freedom and easiness of Intercourse in
the camp, which was natural enough.
Cook, teamster, driver, host, guest
men, women, children, and I had al almost
most almost Bald burros, stood on the same
leveL They all ate and lived together.
The higher up the mountain range you
go, the deeper into the wilderness you
plunge, the further away from the
conventional you draw, the more
homogeneous becomes society and the
less obvious are the Irrational and un unscientific
scientific unscientific distinctions of the lowlands.
The guinea stamp fades and the man
and the woman are pure gold or base
metal Inherently and not by any ar artificial
tificial artificial standard
George, the cattle man, who cooked,
and Pete, the horse wrangler, who as assisted
sisted assisted Kirkby in looking after the
stock, enjoyed the episode uproarious uproariously,
ly, uproariously, and would fain have had the exact
language repeated to them, but here
Robert Maltland demurred, much to
Arthur's relief, for he was thoroughly
humiliated by the whole performance.
It was very pleasant lounging
around the camp fire and one good
story easily led to another.
"It was In these very mountains,'
said Robert Maltland, at last when his
turn came, "that there happened one
of the strangest and most terrible ad adventures
ventures adventures that I ever heard of. I have
pretty much forgotten the lay of the
land hat I think It wasn't very far
irom nere tnat mere is one or tne
most stupendous canons through the
range; nobody ever goes there; I don't
suppose anytody has ever been there
since. It must have been at least
five years ago that It all happened."
"It was four years an nine months
exactly, Bob," drawled old Kirkby,
who well knew what was coming.
"Yes, I dare say you are right I
was up at Evergreen at the time look looking
ing looking after timber interests, when a
Mlt Was In These Very Mountains,"
Said Robert Maltland.
mule came wandering into the camp,
saddle and pack still on his back."
"I knowed that there mule," said
Kirkby, "I'd sold it to a feller named
Newbold, that had come out yere an
married Louise Rosser, old man Ros Ros-ser's
ser's Ros-ser's daughter, an him dead, an' bein'
an orphan an this feller bein' a fine
young man from the east, not a bit of
a tenderfoot nuther, a mlnin' engi engineer
neer engineer he called hlsself."
"Well, I happened to be there, too,
you remember," continued Maltland,
"and they made up a party to go and
hunt up the man, thinking something
might have happened."
"You see," explained Kirkby, "we
was all mighty fond of Louise Rosser,
the hull camp was acting like a father
to her at the time, so long 's she
hadn't nobody else; we was all at the
weddin', too, some six months afore.
The gal married him on her o"tfn
hook, of course nobody makin' her,
but somehow sne didn't seem none
too happy, although Newbold, who
was a perfect gent, treated her white
as far as we knowed."
The old man stopped again and re resumed
sumed resumed his pipe.
"Kirkby, you tell the story," said
"Not me," said Kirkby. "7 have
seen men shot afore for takin' words
t out "n other men's mouths an I ain't
never done that yit"
"You always were one of the most
silent men I ever saw," laughed
fltHrrrtra "tXJhtr Tint Hav Tt vara cnt
Bnot0acClaentai an' had his whole
breast tore out w'en we was lumber lumbering
ing lumbering over on Black mountain, all you
said was, 'Wash him off, put some
axle grease on him an tie him up."
'That's so," answered Pete; "an
there must have been somethin' pow powerful
erful powerful soothln in that axle grease, for
here I am' safe an' sound to this day."
. "It takes an old man," assented (
Kirkby, "to know when to keep his
mouth shet. I learned it at the muz muzzle
zle muzzle of a gun."
"I never knew before," laughed
Maltland, "h,ow still a man you can
be. Well, to' resume the story, having
nothing to do I went out with the
posse the sheriff gathered up
"Him not thinkln there had been
any foul play," ejaculated the old man.
"No, certainly not"
"Well, what happened, Uncle Bob?"
"Just you wait" said young Bob,
who had heard the story- "This is
an awful good story, Cousin Enid."
"I can't wait much longer," returned
the girl. "Please go on."
"Two days after we left the -omp,
we came across an awful figure,
ragged, blood stained, wasted to a
"I have seed men In extreme cases
afore," interposed Kirkby, "but never
none like him."
"Nor I," continued Maltland.
"WTas it Newbold?" asked Enid.
"And what had happened to him?"
"He and his wife had been prospect prospecting
ing prospecting in these very mountains; she' had
fallen over a cliff and broken herself
so terribly that Newbold had to shoot
"What I exclaimed Bradshaw. "You
don't mean that he actually killed
"That's what he done," answered
"Poor man," murmured Enid.
"But why?" asked Philips.
"They were five days away from a
settlement, there wasn't a human be being
ing being within a hundred and fifty miles
of them, not even an Indian," .contin .continued
ued .continued Maltland. "She was so frightfully
broken and mangled that he couldn't
carry her away."
"But why couldn't he leave her and
go for help?" asked Bradshaw.
'The wolves, the bears, or the vul vultures
tures vultures would have got her. These
woods and mountains were full of
them then and there are some of them
left now I guess."
The two little girls crept closer to
their big cousin, each casting anxious
glances beyond the fire light
"Oh, you're all right, little gals,
said Kirkby reassuringly, they
wouldn't come nigh us while this fire
is burnln an they ve been pretty
well hunted out I guess; 'sides there's
men yere who'd like no thin' better's
drawln a bead on a big b'ar."
"And so," continued Maltland, "when
she begged him to shoot her, to put
her out of her misery, he did so and
then he started back to the settlement
to tell his story and stumbled on us
looking after him."
"What happened then?"
T went back to the camp," said
Maltland. "We loaded Newbold on a
mule and took him with us; he was
so crazy he didn't know what was
happening; he went over the shooting
axain and aealn In his delirium. It
"Did he die?"
"I don't think so," was the answer,
"but really I know nothing further
about him. There were some aood
women m tnat camp; we put him in
their hands and 1 left shortly after afterwards."
"I kin tell the rest said old Kirk Kirkby.
by. Kirkby. "Knowin more about the moun mountains
tains mountains than most people hereabouts I
led the men that didn't go back with
Bob an' Newbold to the place Were
he said his woman fell, an there we
found her, her body leastways."
"But the wolves?" queried the girL
"He'd drug her into a kind of a
holler and piled rocks over her. He'd
gone down into the canon, w'ich was
something frightful, an then climbed
up to Were she'd lodged. We had
plenty of rope, havin' brought it along
a purpose, an we let ourselves down
to the shelf where she was a lyin.
We wrapped her body up In blankets
an' roped It an, finally drug her up
on the old Injun trail, leastways I sup suppose
pose suppose it was made afore there was any
Injuns, an' brought her back to Ever Evergreen
green Evergreen camp, w'ich the only thing about
it that was green was the swing doors
on the saloon. We got a parson out
from Denver an' give her a Christian
"Is that alir asked Enid as the old
man paused again."
"Oh. the man?" exclaimed the wom woman
an woman with quick intuition,
"He recovered his senses so they
told us, an' we'en we got back he'd
"Where?" was the instant question.
Old Kirkby stretched out his hands.
"Don't ax me," he said, "he'd jest
gone. I ain't never seed or heerd of
him sence. Poor little Louise Rosser,
she did have a hard time."
"Yes," said Enid, "but I think the
man had a harder time than she. He
"It looked like it," answered Kirkby.
"If you had seen him, his remorse,
Ids anguish, his horror," said Malt Maltland,
land, Maltland, "you wouldn't have had any
doubt about It. But it is getting late.
In the mountains everybody gets up
at daybreak. Your sleeping bags are
In the tents, ladies; time to go to
As the party broke up, old Kirkby
rose slowly to his feet; he looked
meaningly toward the young woman,
upon whom the spell of the tragedy
still lingered, he nodded toward the
young brook, and then repeated his
speaking glance at her. His meaning
was patent, although no one else had
seen the covert Invitation.
"Come KirKby," said the girl in
quick response, "you shall be my es escort
cort escort I want a drink before I turn In.
No, never mind," she said, as Brad Bradshaw
shaw Bradshaw and Philips both volunteered,
"not this time."
The old frontiersman and the young
girl strolled off together. They stop stopped
ped stopped by the brink of the rushing tor torrent
rent torrent a few yards away. The noise
that it made drowned the low tones of
their voices and kept the others, busy
preparing to retire, from hearing what
"That ain't quite all the story. Miss
Enid," said the old trapper meaningly.
"There was another man."
"What!" exclaimed the girl.
"Oh, there wasnt nothia' wrong
' "Read the Letters," He Said.
with Louise Rosser, w'ich she was
Louise Newbold. but there was an another
other another man; I suspected It afore, that's
why she was sad. W'en we found her
body I knowed It"
"I don't understand."
These'll explain," said Kirkby. He
drew out from his rough hunting coat
a package of soiled letters; they were
carefully enclosed in an oil skin and
tied with a faded ribbon. "You see,"
he continued, holding them in his
hand yet carefully concealing them
from the people at the fire. "W'en
she fell off the cliff somehow the
mule lost his footin', nobody never
knowed how, leastways the mule was
dead an' couldn't tell she struck on
a spur or shelf about a hundred feet
below the brink; evidently she was
carryin" the letters in her dress. Her
bosom was frightfully tore open an'
the letters was lyin' there. Newbold
didn't see 'em, because he went down
into the canon an' came up to the
shelf, -or butte head. Were the body-
was lyin, but we dropped down. I
was the first man down an' I got 'em.
Nobody else seein me, an" there ain't
no human eyes, not even my wife's,
that's ever looked on them letters, ex except
cept except mine and now yourn."
"You are going to give them to
"I am," said Kirkby.
"I want you to know the hull story."
"But why, again?"
"I rather guess them letters'll tell,"
answered the old man evasively, "an
I like you, and I don't want to see
you throwed away."
"WTiat do you mean?" asked the girl
curiously, thrilling to the solemnity : of
the moment the seriousness, the kind
affection of the old frontiersman, the
weird scene, the fire light, the tents
gleaming ghostlike, the black wall of
the canon and the tops of the moun mountain
tain mountain range broadening out beneath the
stars in the clear sky where they
twinkled above her head, the strange
and terrible story, and now the letters
In her hand, which somehow seemed
to be Imbued with human feeling.
Kirkby patted her on the shoulder.
"Read the letters," he said; "they'll
tell the story. Good night"
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things yot want.?;
1 For -the Office
Kolir&iul: Flat ,T Desks, Typewriter Desks, Stenographer's
DesJtar OCoe Chairs, Stools, Sofas, Etc.
mii- the Eiriihg Room
HandsomeK jlound or Square Extension Tables, Dining Chairs,
Rugs, SI debo'arM-and Chiffoniers, BonjfTets,; China Closets, China'
Dinner rScts, Lamps, 'Fine Table Linen, Etc.
; Handsome Mahogany, -Oafc Willow or. Mission Chairsr Straight
'Backed or Rocker Tables, .Sofas,' Lanjps Rugs and Carpets, Pic Pic-'
' Pic-' tores-. :
: Broom 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 ad
Wardrobes, Toilet Sets, Blankets, Comforts and Linens.
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.
,-.'. Anything Desired in Silverware for the Table, Cutlery and
SIssors in our Hardware Department; Shotguns, Rifles and Aramu-
nition; Fire Sets, Screens and Irons, Etc.
; Carriage and Harness Dept
'". v 7 Btiggies, Carriage and Wagons for all Purposes, Harness, Sad Sad-'
' Sad-' Domestic and Imported, Art Squares, Mattings, Etc., in the Coutnry.
dies, Lap Robes, Whips and Everything for the Horse or Vehicle.
r PHOriE 47 North Magnolia St. OC ALA, FLA.
..O.fw. t. t fy- mmmd,
The above is. from a photograph, made at the Stock
.Yards ?in Atlanta, by a staff artist of the Atlauta Journal.
THe bunch of mules were so fine that the artist wanted a
picture of them, which was made and published in the
Jbnrnal. Mr. Tompkins brought the ten head to Ocala,
where they were said. to be the finest ever seen, and they
have been -sold, together "with a great many others and are
.- i? i ii j m t a i r j t
nowtciwzens oi ims section, ana proa ucing weaitn ior tneir
Hie flra chvays has in stock, at their huge barns, fine
tcrst3-t3?cnlcs, slock for all purposes, single and matched,
c CIItreLt prices and all warranted to be just as represented.
Tfcsr ere prepared to make terras if customer desires,
TCMIPIKEFS l COBB
UVE STCCB DEALERS AND LIVERYMEN
CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR
iwn(iiiiiiiMfeiitiMiirriMiWi-tfftfi"TririWir immri'iA" r
The spelling bee given under the
auspices of the Methodist Ladies' Aid
Society was a success. Mrs. Ellen
Bush and Mrs. William Doolittle chose
sides for the spelling match. Miss
Jones gave the words out and Prof.
Henry Rickards acted as referee. Mrs.
Doolittle's side won in the person of
Miss Sarah Bosworth, who was pre presented
sented presented with a prize. The spelling match
caused much merriment. It wa3 amus amusing
ing amusing to hear the cute words that some
of the "grown ups" sat down on. The
ladies served ice cream and cake.
Miss Applewhite, who has been the
guest of Mrs. Robert Sumner, ha3 re returned
turned returned to her home at TerrelL
Miss Marston, who has been the
guest of her sister, Mrs. White, spent
several days with Miss Ellie Tremere,
ere returning to her home in the
Mrs. Joseph Millsom is quite ill this
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Davenport were
Ocala visitors Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis came up from
Tampa Tuesday to spend a few days
with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hilton.
The W. C. T. U. held an interesting
meeting with Mrs. R. C. Ridge Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. eGorge Proctor
Miss Sara Haviland entertained at
cards Wednesday afternoon.
Misses Rickards and Jones spent
Saturday and Sunday in Ocala.
Mr. Ulrich died Monday night at
11:30 from pneumonia of the heart. He
and his wife came here some months
ago from the north and bought land
on the Lake Weir' road and built a
small, cottage, where they lived. He
was over sixty years of age and a
member of the Methodist church, at
which the. funeral services were con conducted,
ducted, conducted, Wednesday afternoon by Rev.
Lane. We extend our sympathy -to his
Wacahoota, March 14. Mr. V. P.
Smith was a visitor to Micanopy Mon Monday,
day, Monday, going there to meet Rev. Gould of
Delaware, who is stopping at Mr.
Smith's for the present.
Mrs. Adele H. Martin of Augusta,
Ga., who has been visiting Mrs. J. O.
Tyson, spent several days the past
week the guest of Mrs. C. R. Curry.
Mrs. T. N. Smith was shopping in
Williston Saturday and dined with her
niece, Mrs. R. C. Epperson.
Mr. Whitehurst and son of the Ebe Ebe-nezer
nezer Ebe-nezer section were Sunday visitors to
Col. and Mrs. J. J. Barr and Dr. Wat Wat-kins
kins Wat-kins and wife and son, John Barr, were
callers to Mrs. V. P. Smith's Sunday
afternoon, coming out in their new au automobile.
tomobile. automobile. Mrs. Will Mathews and sons, Earl
and Cecil and daughter, Mary Belle, of
Flemington, were guests of Mrs. C. M.
Mr. A. F. Farley of Melrose was vis visiting
iting visiting his sisters, Mesdames J. O. Tyson
and C. R. Curry Sunday. He was ac accompanied
companied accompanied home Monday by his aunt,
Mrs. Adele H. Martin.
Mr. Neil Mathews, one of Fleming Fleming-ton's
ton's Fleming-ton's most popular young men, was
the guest of Mr, Cedric Smith Sunday.-
The cold weather of Saturday and
Sunday did no damage to young vege vegetables.
tables. vegetables. Politics is getting, warmer every
Messrs. Retis and Cedric Smith at attended
tended attended the Wild West Show at Mic Micanopy
anopy Micanopy Saturday afternoon.
Summerfleld, March 14. Yesterday
and today the registration books
were opened and for the next tnree
weeks (each Friday and Saturday)
you may register. Remember, only
those who have paid their poll tax or
are above the age limit (55) can regis register.
ter. register. Don't put it off untii.the last" day.
If you do not register this week, do it
next Friday or Saturday and don't
fail. Its a duty every man owes to
John Weidnes of Levon was here
Monday last on business matters.
George Lawton, wife and son were
in from their farm last Monday.
Miss Allie Mathews, our school
teacher, went home last Friday to
ispend Saturday and Sunday with her
Fishing in" the waters of Lake Weir
these days is great sport. Speckled
perch are now In season end large
catches are being made by those lucky
enought to bave the time to enjoy the
Mrs. B. Merner was in last Monday
to do some shopping.
Miss Sara Newton of Oxford, who
has been visiting with the Collens
family, returned to her home Tuesday.
Mrs. William- Net won of Oxford, ac
companied by the Rev. Mr. Herbert
Agate and wife, of Sewickley, Pa., paid
the Chonicle a visit last Saturday.
Miss Sarah Newton was also of the
Summerfleld presented a lively ap appearance
pearance appearance last Monday afternoon and
evening. TheVcircus was here and
hundreds of farmers from far and
near drove in to witness the perform performance.
ance. performance. W. L. Miller of Levpn, was a busi business
ness business visitor here Tuesday. Mr. Miller
is a newcomer and is very enthusiastic
over his cucumber patch which he
says will be the finest ever planted.
He hopes to be shipping very soon.
York, March 14. The little niece of
Mr. L. L Home, who was with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wade of Quit Quitman,
man, Quitman, visiting Mr. Home, passed away
after a short illness at the age of four fourteen
teen fourteen months.
Mr. R. L. Harrison, a former citizen
of this city, but now of Leesburg,
came up to our burg, a few days ago
and with out townsman, W. V. Weath Weathers,
ers, Weathers, drove up to Standard to see his
Some of Job's comforters have got
ye scribe by the foretop or Tather on
the right temple, which at times are
very painful indeed.
Douglas and Home, two of our
hustling young farmers, merchants
and turpentine operators, have, beans
with four leaves, watermelons with
four leaves and cantaloupes rushing to
The Misses Eva and Alma Emmet,
the two lovely daughters of Mr. and
Mrs. Emmet of Ray's still, were in our
little city Saturday, and called upon
Mrs. L. L. Steele. Mrs. William Gillis
and the Russells.
Mr. H. M. Cave and Miss Maud Wat Watson
son Watson called on Mr. Joe Brooks and fam family
ily family Sunday.
Mr. Robert Douglas was a visitor to
The rain of Tuesday morning did
much good around York, while at Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Plant it hailed.
. Mr. Garret of the Early Bird section,
was In our burg last week with a
quantity o fpatent lamp burners for
Mrs. W. V. Weathers Is at Ocala
these days. So Mr. Weathers makes
weekly trips to the Brick City.
MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE OF REP REPRESENTATIVES
RESENTATIVES REPRESENTATIVES JOSEPH BELL
Feeling that by reason of my exper experience
ience experience gained during the time I have
been In public life that I can be of ser service
vice service to the people. I offer my name as
a candidate for nomination as a mem member
ber member o the legislature of Florida from
Mariou county, subject to the demo democratic
cratic democratic primary of April 30th, 1912. and
suli the support of the democratic
electors of Mariou county.
Respectfully, Joseph BelL
o the iemocratiti Voters of Marl n
County: 1 hereby announce myself a
candidate for representative from this
county to the next legislature, and so so-lic't
lic't so-lic't the support of the voters, prom promising,
ising, promising, if elected, to represent the peo people
ple people in all measures looking to their
welfare. Edwin Spencer, Jr.
W. J. CROSBY
To the Democratic Voters of Mar Marlon
lon Marlon County, Florida: I have decided to
become a candidate in the coming pri primary
mary primary for member of the next legisla legislature,
ture, legislature, and solicit and will appreciate
your support. Respectfully,
W. J. Crosby.
Citra, Fla., Feb. 28.
JOHN P. GALLOWAY
To the Democratic Voters of Marlon
County: I announce myself as a can candidate
didate candidate for re-election to the. office of
sheriff of Marion county, subject to the
democratic primaries, to be held on the
30th day of April, 4912, and respectful respectfully
ly respectfully solicit the support of the people of
Trusting that my record has been
such that It will warrant your sup support
port support In the future, I am.
Yours very respectfully,
John P. Galloway.
WM. M. GOBER
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
County: I hereby announce myself as
a candidate for the office of county
judge of Marion county, subject to the
democratic primary to be held on tht
30th day of April, and in so doing I am
not unmindful of the fact that I am
personally unknown to many of the
voters of the county, but for the reason
that I have not the money to make an
active canvass of the county, I shall
content myself with placing my name
before the people as best I can. I have
no influential or wealthy friends or
relatives on whom to Tely for support
In furthering my candidacy, but rely
entirely on the wishes of the people as
expressed at the polls, should they see
fit to honor me with the office, I shall
endeavor to fully compensate by faith
ful attention to the duties of the of office,
fice, office, should they see fit to refuse "me
the office, I shall accept their choice
without criticism, as my struggles and
disappointments in life have been too
many to allow It to deter me in my
efforts to meet with success in my
chosen profession. I am not a politic politician
ian politician within the meaning of one con constantly
stantly constantly seeking an office, and am now
asking for office only for the reason
that' 1 feel capable of filling it to the
satisfaction of all, and that it will ma materially
terially materially aid me In many ways In my
I assure those who see fit to'support
mc of my sincere appreciation.
i Wm. M. Gober.
W. E. SMITH
I am a candidate for county judge of
Marion county,' subject to the demo democratic
cratic democratic primaries. During the last
three years, while I worked as book bookkeeper
keeper bookkeeper during the day, I studied law
at night and January last I went be before
fore before the supreme court and was ex examined
amined examined upon twenty-three branches of
American law (one of which was Am American
erican American law of administration) and was
admitted to practice law In all the
courts of Florida. This fact will as assure
sure assure you that I am competent to per perform
form perform all the duties of county judge.
Now, my friends and fellow demo democrats,
crats, democrats, I ask you to take the trouble to
inquire as to who and what I am, and,
if from these inquiries, you are satis satisfied
fied satisfied that I am competent and merit
your support, I will appreciate your
confidence and will, if elected to the
of flee of county judge, never betray
your trust. W. E. Smith.
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
S. T. SISTRUNK
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
County: At the earnest solicitation of
many of our people, I announce my myself
self myself a candidate for re-election as clerk
of the circuit court for Marion county.
I am not unmindful of the kindness
shown me in the past, and the splendid
vote heretofore given me, for which, as
you know, I have always been grate grateful.
ful. grateful. If you again elect me, I will give
my best ability "(gained from exper experience)
ience) experience) to the discharge of the many
duties of the office. With assurance
to all, of my kindest feeling for past
favors, I again solicit your Influence
in my behalf. S. T. SIstrunk.
P. H. NUGENT
I respectfully state to the people of
this county that I am a candidate for
the nomination for clerk of the circuit
court in the coming primary and
solicit their support. P. H. Nugent.
I am a candidate for re-election, be believing
lieving believing the people of Marlon county
know that no matter what a man's
ability may be, it will require years of
experience to make him a good asses assessor,
sor, assessor, and I am sure that you never
voted for a man in your life who ap appreciated
preciated appreciated your support more highly or
I tried harder to deserve it
JAMES R MOORHEAD
To my friends who supported me in
the campaign of two years ago, I ex extend
tend extend thanks, and with the best of feel feeling
ing feeling toward those who expressed their
preference otherwise, I aga'n respect respectfully
fully respectfully present my name to you as a can candidate
didate candidate for the office of tax assessor for
My record for the past twenty-eight
years is before you, and if the same
justifies you in casting a vote my way,
I assure you that It will be duly ap appreciated,
preciated, appreciated, and know that .you will
never have cause to regret It.
It would afford me great pleasure to
make a personal canvass and meet
you in your homes, but time and means
forbid, therefore will leave my claim In
your hands for your worthy considera consideration.
tion. consideration. All I ask of you is to be given a
v chance, and I will prove to you that It
does not require years of experience to
become a good assessor. It Is unfair to
measure my corn in some other's half half-bushel,
bushel, half-bushel, besides a new broom does sweep
mighty clean. v James R. Moorhead.
W. L. COLBERT
To the Democratic Voters of Mar Marion
ion Marion County: I hereby announce my myself
self myself a candidate for re-election' to-the
office of tax collector, of Marion coun county,
ty, county, and -1 promise, If elected, to con continue
tinue continue to discharge the duties of sal&
office to the best of my ability.
Appreciating: past favors and solicit soliciting
ing soliciting your support In the approaching
primary, I am. Yours very truly,
W. I Colbert
JOHN M. GRAHAM
To the White Democratlo Voters of
Marion County, Fla.: I hereby announce
my candidacy for re-election to the of office
fice office of county treasurer.
Having been appointed by the gov governor
ernor governor on recommendation of the demo democratic
cratic democratic executive committee to fill out
Mr. Pasteur's term of office, I have
given, the office my closest personal at attention
tention attention in order to save the county all
Interest possible, and I will appreciate
an endorsement of my past record by
the people of Marlon county.
, John M. Graham.
C. M. LIVINGSTON
1 hereby announce myself a candi candidate
date candidate for the office of treasurer of Ma Marion
rion Marion county, subject to the rules of the
democratic party, and ask my friends
for their support. Respectfully,
Ocala, Fla. C. M. Livingston.
T. A. COBB
I have decided to become a candi candidate
date candidate for the office of county treasurer
of Marion ; county and I ask the sup support
port support of the voters of the county for
this position. Believing that the salary-
is more than enough for the work
entailed, I pledge myself that if I am
elected to the office, I will give one one-half
half one-half of the. sum the office pays, what whatever
ever whatever that amount may be, to the board
of public instruction of the county, to
be used in the schools of the county. I
feel that I am in every way qualified
to fulfill the duties of the office.
Ocala, Fla. T. A. Cobb.
SUPERINTENT. OF PUBLIC IN
J. 'H. BRINSON
To the democratic electors in the
approaching primary election: I am a
candidate for nomination for a second
term as superintendent vof public in instruction
struction instruction for Marion county.
I shall be glad to discuss freely any
feature of the administration of the
office with any person at any time or
I know that conditions are now such
that I could largely increase the ef efficiency
ficiency efficiency of the supervision, over what
has been possible In the' past.
If you feel that our school Interests
would be served by my re-election, I
shall be- grateful -for' your support.
Very respectfully yours,
J. H. Brlnson.
P. WILSON GREEN
I am a candidate for county superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of public instruction, subject
to the democratic primaries.
I am a graduate of Transylvania
I have taught successfully for twen twenty
ty twenty years in Marion county.
I am cor fldent I" can-improve the
supervision: of our county schools.
If you think so, vote for" ma,
P. Wilson Green.
' COUNTY SURVEYOR
'" W. A. MOORHEAD
I respectfully announce myself for
re-election-to the office of county sur surveyor
veyor surveyor for Marion county, subject to
the action of the democratic primaries
of April 30. W. A. Moorhead.
R. W. FERGUSON
To the Democratic Voters of Marlon
County, Florida; I hereby announce
myself as a candidate for county sur
veyor for Marion county, subject to the
democratic primaries, .to be held on the
SOth day of April, 1912, and respectful respectfully.
ly. respectfully. solicit the support of the people of
Marion county? Yours truly, m
R. W." Ferguson
SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION
.CAPT. J. A. TUCKER
I hereb announce myself a, candi candidate
date candidate for the office of supervisor of
registration of Marlon county, subject
to the action of the democratic party.
I have had experience In the office,
understand the work, have been for
forty-seven years a consistent demo democrat
crat democrat and ask for your support.
Ocala, Fla. J. A. Tucker.
D. M. BARCO
I am a candidate for the office of
supervisor of registration, subject to
the wishes of the voters in the demo democratic
cratic democratic primary. Respectfully,
Cotton Plant, Fla. D. M. Barco.
COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT ONE
C. (ED) CARMICHAEI
At the request of many voters lit the
precinct, I have decided to again; be a
candidate for the office of county com commissioner
missioner commissioner from this, the first commis commissioner's
sioner's commissioner's district of Marlon county, sub subject
ject subject to the action of the democratic
primaries. I believe, as many other
business men do,' that a man can "do
more and better work f orchis county
during the second term of office on the
board of county commissioners, than is
possible during his first term. I' ask
the voters for their support and prom promise
ise promise tin people to put my best efforts
into the administration of this import important
ant important office. Respectfully,
C. (Ed) Carmichael.
R. B. MEFFERT
I wish to announce to the democratic
voters of district No. 1 that I am a
candidate for a member of the board
of county commissioners for Marion
county from said district, subject to
the democratic primary election to be
held April 30, 1912. Your support will
be appreciated and. if.-1 am elected I
will promise you to do my full duty, as
a commissioner. R. B. MeftTert.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made pn All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for th& money than, any other
contractor in the dtx.
' Distributors; f sit- v 4 f -Ocala,
Marlon County, and SuiTtciidlca TcirrtCr-,
Tfce Brtwi Impulse Tire Pomp
backs and troa lusugc By slat
taeklas pomp conneetloa It lmnaeUlately Alia yaw tla vrlta ti3?
air with power from the enrfaa af yonr aata. Meat waaaerfal
tlon of the ace. No exBxlmeat. Satlafacttoa awurateedJ We as
Ida state agents. Let aa have year
Call up Phone 300 and Let
A N D ELECT
We Guarantee lo Save Yon Honey on flcy.ncrtt to Ctxttes
As vrr e hi ploy nose, bat experts we are la postllea to snaraate ev every
ery every pleee of work we eoastraet to utaad the lsapeetloa of 'thaaiet
rlald laapeetors. It eosts aothlne; to aret oar fla;area, aad yoo are the.
wlaaer. whether we seen re the contract or-net. Give as a -trial.'
FORT KING BLOCK
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ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
LORETTO (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.
Boarding school for boys,conducted by the Sisters of St 'JoaepV
Boys from eight to fourteen years received and carefully trained (
physical, intellectual, moral and social lines. Healthy location. Ux
niflcent swimming, pool. Complete equipment in schoolrooms, dor?,
torios, dining hall and recreation rooms.
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Brewed af ter German stjle brewing metL
Absolutely free f rom all; chemical -and-r;:
eervatives; contains no bicarbonate : of jc;"
no salicylic acid; made'from choicest Impell Impelled
ed Impelled Seazer Hops audimest.Barley Malt Prir ;
per barrel of 10 dozen' $12.00, freight c:.
express charges collect. We pay the field's
6ii Piel bottles returned and allow $L50 x;
barrel of 10 dozen and send ,ypu our chec":
for same upon arrival, less breakage, if cn.
Send 118 your orders. v .. ;
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order aev. Prlee eeatelete, tX3r
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OCALA EVEXIXG STAR, SATtfcDAtV StAltCir 16, 1M2.
. DDU lOTBJl piNGS COUNT
Here is a dime. Save It. Not a large amount, you say? No, you're
right, yet It represents ten per cent Interest on oner dollar for a year. Ifs
the little things that const In this life. History tells us that the Duke of
Wellington attributes the victory of the Allies at.Waterloo to the closing of
the Hugomont Castle gates by James McDowell and John Graham. It was a
small thing. Bat the results have been marvelous as we look back over the
intervening years. Philip D. Armour knew the value of little things. They
say he packed everything but the last breath of a hog utilizing the waste in
the manufacture of by-products made him wealthy. The small boy by stick sticking
ing sticking his finger In the leak In the dam sared -Holland from destruction. A
few drops of water on a stone makes no Impression the constant drip
wears away the stone. The little point on the-auger prepares the way for
the large bored hole. A single grain of corn produces from one to two per perfect
fect perfect ears. And so the little dime is a part of a dollar. Dollars at Interest
produce dollars just as surely as the seed sown on rich ground brings forth
an abundant harvest. Then save the DIME! Watch It grow.
STYLES AND DESIGNS
IN SPRING DRESS
The ladies of this section are cordially invited to
come in and look at the, beautiful new Dress Goods
and Trimmings, of all the latest domestic and foreign
An Elegant Line of Ladies and Children's
The Sprino Line of Shoes and Hosiery is
Our Mr. Ben Rheinauer spent a month in the mar markets
kets markets and has surpassed all former efforts in the va variety
riety variety and loveliness of the goods bought for the
spring trade of 1912.
RHEINAUER & CO.
Mr. Harry Peter of Durmellcm was in
A big line of
baseball goods at B.
Mrs. F. J. Huber left today for
visit to relatives at Cedar Keys.
Rev. W. H. Dodge left today for
visit to Jacksonville.
Mr. Clifford Peabody requests us to
announce that tere will be six reels
f fine pictures at the Air Dom. to tonight,
night, tonight, including' two comics.
SELLING PRICE OP
WATER COMPAW RECEIVED
EASTERN STAR MEETING
Call for a box of free matches at B.
Mrs. J. H. Hall has returned from a
trip to Jacksonville.
Judge Gober has returned from a
business trip to Tampa.
Call for a box of free matches at B.
Judge Bell today issued a marriage
license for Mr. Ira Isham Strong and
Miss Edna Irma Nichols.
At the regular meeting Friday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, March 15th, of Ocala Chapter
No. 29. O. E. S.. Mr. and Mrs. John T.
Lewis of Oklawaha, were initiated Into
the order. After the close of the chap chapter,
ter, chapter, ice cream and cake were served
by Mrs. H. A. Kramer, Mrs. A. E. Bur Burnett
nett Burnett and Miss Ida Gates. St. Patrick
souvenir cards were given each mem member
ber member present.
RETURNED FROM MARKET
Mr. R. R. Carroll, president of the
city council, received today, by regis registered
tered registered mail, from the Macon Savings
Bank of Macon, Ga.. representing the
holders of the securities of the Ocala
Water Company, the price at which
the company will sell its entire phy physical
sical physical plant, real estate and franchise
to the city. This price will be laid
before the council at its regular meet meeting,
ing, meeting, Tuesday night, March IS.
OCALVS YOUNG CHAMPIONS
Mr. W. D. Tompkins returned last
night from the market, where he pur purchased
chased purchased a carload of strictly first class
mules for the firm of Tompkins &
Cobb. The fine mules will arrive to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow and will be for inspection at
the firm's barns Monday morning.
Toilet articles and sets of all kinds,
handsome, first class goods, at Tydings
Messrs. J. D.
Stringfellow and G. R.
were In the city
A good Singer sewing machine,
most new. Will sell very cheap.
Mr. R. C. Muncaster returned this
morning from a business trip to
Cook youj next roast Tn a paper tag,
and get the bag from the Post Office
Drug Store. 25c the package.
Miss Edna Smith, cashier for Rhei Rhei-naur
naur Rhei-naur & Co., who has been ill, is able
to resume Jier position.
One of the most complete lines of
perfumes, soaps and cosmetirs In the
state, at Tydings & Co.
The ladies of the Baptist sewing
circle will meet with Mrs. Richie Mon Monday
day Monday afternoon.
Carpenter's and all kinds of work workmen's
men's workmen's tools, both old and new, at B.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead and daughter.
Miss Lucy, returned from South Caro
We do paperhanging and decorating,
etc., as well. See Denno about It. Al
You will find only standard makes,
the kind we don't have to tell you are
all right. Same way with our lamps,
horns, batteries, tools and all other
supplies. If they are all right they
are here ready to supply the needs of
your auto without delay and without
HoipMa 'Aetto Sales Co.
North of Government Buildina Ocala. Fla.
The Hart Line steamers will leave
Silver Springs at 2 o'clock every
day except Monday. Tickets and
reservations at the office of Mr. W. W.
- STORK FOR RENT
The new and handsome' store room,
roomy and modern plate glass front.
Possession at once, and can. be fitted
up according to needs of tenant. Ap-
el to Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.
DR. J. T. SHAW. VETERINARIAN
Graduate of the Unite! States Col College
lege College of Veterinary Surgeons.
"WASHINGTON, D. C.
Located at the Joae Hospital ea Snath
First Street. West
All Calls Promptly Answered.
JOS. 17. DODGE & CO.
PRACTICAL, PAINTER S AND PAPER
uncrefal mad BaUetla Sla-aa Made
aad Skipped f y Polat la Florida
P. O. BOX 181
Office aad Saop
SSH 8. Magnolia St-. Ocala, Fla,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. BOX 46 OCALA
tCJ Stomach Taouaia and Comstipti
HART LINE SCHEDULE
A small runabout car in good condi
tlon. Price to suit buyer. Investigate
by Inquiry at this office. Cash for
BIO SHIPMENT OF SEEDS
We have Just received a large ship
ment of fresh and reliable bean, corn,
cuke, cantaloupe, tomato and squash
seeds. These seeds are the best that
can be had and will give perfect satis
faction. Special prices made on large
quantities. Tydings & Co.
The sewing circle of the Methodist
church will meet with Mrs. Killebrew
Cooking with paper bags? Call us
up ror a package at zoc. J.ne fosz
Office Drug Store.
World Almanac. Issue of 1912. 35
cents each, on sale at Ballard's news
The wise autoists who keep their
lamps trimmed and burning are lineal
descendants of the ladies mentioned
in the parable as pulling oft the same
stunt near Jerusalem some 2000 years
A pretty young lady from a north northern
ern northern state, who has been spending the
winter in Florida, has put in much of
her time in chasing gophers, to her
own improvement in health and spirits
and the sad perturbation of the gophers.
Eirly this afternoon, the fire depart department
ment department received rather indefinite call
for help from the southwestern part
of town. Chief Chambers went to see
what was the trouble and found it
was highway robbery instead of fire.
A negro man had held up a woman
and taken from her, she said, about
$20. Mr. Chambers chased the robber
and came in sight of him, but he took
to the woods, and tho Mr. Chambers
took a couple of long-range shots at
him. he escaped.
Mrs. J. A. Larson arrived today
from St. Petersburg and will be the
guest of Mrs. George L. Taylor for. a
couple of weeks. Mrs. Larson and
Mrs. Taylor were girlhood friends.
The Christian cnurch revival is de developing
veloping developing good interest. The service
tonight win be "The Gospel Puzzle."
Tomorrow will be a day full of inter interest.
est. interest. The special music is a great
treat to all lovers of music.
Following is the line-up of the ball
team which will play the University
scrubs on the South Magnolia street
diamond this afternoon:
Roy Gates, c; Pat Anderson, p:
Cecil McCloud, lb; Wiley Burford, 2b;
Welsh Dewey, ss; Olaf Zewadski, 3b;
Fred Meffert. If; Robert MacKay, cf;
Leslie Anderson, rf.
THE METROPOLITAN COMPANY
Much interest has been shown in the
coming of the Metropolitan Concert
Company of New York, at the Temple
Theater, Monday night. March 18th.
for such an organization of great ar artists
tists artists has not been heard in the city in
Miss Josephine Gerwing, the violin violinist
ist violinist of the company, is a German by
birth. She was born at Cologne on
the Rheine, and it is sufficient to say
that such great men as Prof. Joachim
and Prof. Max Bruch remarked they
never heard more perfect playing by
such a young person. Max Bruch often
accompanied her on the piano, playing
his own compositions.
The Augusta, Ga., Chonicle of Feb.
13, says: "Miss Gerwing was both
youthful and pretty. She is one of the
finest violinists ever heard here. She
played with expression that brought
out almost human notes from the vio violin."
lin." violin." Reserved seats now on sale at the
Rev. J. D. Chapman, being absent
from the city, the services at the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church tomorrow will be conduct conducted
ed conducted by the Rev. J. R. Wells of Kathleen,
Fla., who will preach both morning
Every man of integrity and thrift
in this community requires satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory banking connections.
It does not make so much difference to the officers
of this bank HOW MUCH money a man has in our
bank we want his NAME on our books. ; His in in-fluence
fluence in-fluence and friendship are often worth even more to
the bank than his money. v
The strength of our institution and lihe standing
of its officers are such that we have no hesitancy in
presenting our advantages to the largest or smallest
Our ways of satisfactorily serving you are many
e invite your account.
MAM OUR BANK YOUR BAHK
CAPITAL. FULLY PAID IX 75M
BOUGHT A CARLOAD OP MULES
Mr. Hugh Nichols, the live stock
dealer, returned today from the At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta market, where he bought a load
of fine mules for his live stock sales
business on Exposition street. The
car will arrive some time tomorrow
and the mules may be seen at the lot.
Men our illustrated catalogue ex explains
plains explains how we teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Moler Barber
College, Atlanta, Ga.
JNO. L. EDWARDS.
H. D. STOKES. Cashlar.
CAMP, Vice. Pres.
Get your prescriptions niied by Becx
at the Court Pharmacy and know they
Thermos' bottles for both hot and
cold fluids. Several sizes at Tydings
Denno's prices for painting are "live
and let live" prices. Always consis
tent with good work.
Carpenter's and all kinds of work
men s tools, both oia ana new, at ts.
If you are in a hurry. for your pre
scriptions, try the Court Pharmacy's
quick delivery system.
Alma Zada Face Powder Is the best
we have to offer at 50c the box. The
Post Office Drug Stores.
Mrs. George F. Armstrong and chil children,
dren, children, after a pleasant visit to their
relatives here, returned today to their
home in Savannah.
If you are embarrassed for funds I
will be glad to assist you temporarily.
All business confidential, at B. Goldman's.
The telephone office seems a target
for Cupid's darts. In a few days an
other of the girl guardians of the
switchboard will be married.
Mrs. Leila Cunningham and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Miss Virginia, who have been
visiting relatives in Polk county for
the past few weeks, returned to Ocala
last night and are again the guests of
Mrs. M. K. Bingham and family. They
expect to leave for their home in St.
Louis next week.
Captain George Bussard, for many
months the popular conductor on Sun
nyjim, was in the city last night fro
Lakeland, where he "is making
home. Since his last visit to Ocala,
Captain Bussard has been in Mexico
and taken a slant at the revolution.
He says Madero is sitting on the lid
but is beginning to be doubtful about
his ability to stay there.
Mrs. Clarence C. Hill of St. Augustine
is in the city, the' guest of her sister,
Mrs. P, V. Leavengood.
Miss Betty Mclver entertained the
Girls' Bridge Club at her pleasant
home yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. A. J. Stoner and Miss Putnam
of Decatur, 111., were at the Ocala
C. R. Thrash and
Gainesville were at
R. L Perkins of
the Ocala House
O. S. Hammond and B. S. McTurdal
of Norwalk were at the Montezuma
FOR SALE Eggs from pure "Englisb
white and brown penciled wing ducks,
well mated without inbreeding, and
best egg producers. One dollar for 12.
J. H. McClymonds. 32 South Fourth
street, Ocala, Fla.
Mrs. R. A. Burford gave a most
enjoyable party at her elegant home
yesterday, in compliment to Mrs. Sul Sullivan
livan Sullivan of Brunswick, Ga., who is the
guest of Mrs. R. C. Muncaster.
an Boney and M. V. Samson, two
of Ocala's bright and industrious
boys, have started a bicycle repair
shop near the market. Remember them
when you have any work in their line.
A good Singer sewing machine, al almost
most almost new. Will sell very cheap. B.
Flower seeds and bulbs of all kinds
at Tydings & Co.
. J. B. Willis of Crystal River, F. T.
Petteway of Homosassa and L B-Rut-land
of Williston were at the Monte Montezuma
zuma Montezuma last night.
Col. W. S. West, the Georgia states statesman
man statesman and Florida mill owner, was at
the Ocala House yesterday.
Very good for Un Underwear
derwear Underwear and child
ren's dresses. Reg-
nlar 121-2c quality
Only 5 yards to a customer.
Sold from 2 to 5 p.m.
J. M. Malloy of Mcintosh and M. M.
Foxworth of Levon were at the Mon
tezuma last night.
Are you Interested In paper bag
cooking? If so come to us for your
supply of the, bags. 25c the package.
Post Office Drug Store.
Headaches that come from a disor
dered stomach or constipated bowels
are permanently cured by HERBINE.
It purifies the system and regulates
the bowels. Price 50c. Sold by all
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian -church will hold a. social
Monday afternoon at the residence of
Mrs. D. E. Mclver.
W. F. Himes. a
lawyer, was at the
When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. L Maloney, at the Girard, No. 11
East Duval street, Just off Main. Best
75c. room In the Htv.
r : :
Miss Elizabeth Mizelle, the efficient
VELVET BEANS FOR SALE fltefCh?r,i th sIx eT&de J the hlg,h
..' school, left this afternoon for a week
150 bushels, extra fine seed. fullyiL, v!s5t to hr hnm t Oran Tk
matured and gathered dry, f. o. b. ;
Ocala U per busheL See sample at the K No flles now to stick to the nalnt.
Ocala House Barbershop, where any
other information can
ling Hooper, owner.
be had. Ster-
Later. flies and rain will interfere. To
put off painting means more paint.
more money. See Denno. Do It now.
FOR RENT Four room flat; also
cottage of seven rooms, electric lights
and bath; near primary school. Mrs.
R. D. Fuller.
OPK.X ALL NIGHT
'The Merchant's Cafe Is' now open
night and day. Never closed. You can
get Just what you want to eat, cooked
as you like It. at moderate prices. Fish
and oysters a specialty.
J. R. Dewey. Proprietor.
R. G. Collins, postmaster, Barnegat,
N. J., was troubled with a severe la-
grippe cough. He says: I would be
completely exhausted after each fit of
violent coughing. I bought a bottle of
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and
before I had, taken it all the coughing
spells had entirely ceased. It can't be
beat." Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
A big lot of unredeemed watches,
Elgin and Waltham movements, both
filled and solid gold cases, at B Goldman's.
Mrs. Tunstein, who has- been in the
city for some days, the guest of Mrs.
Holder, left for her home in Cincin
Can furnish from one setting to
one thousand pure bred Rhode Island
Red eggs for hatching at $10 per
h -ndred. Ed Carmichael. Oc.Ia.
The police picked up three drunks
on the streets last night. In court
this morning, the recorder dismissed
two on promise of good behavior. The
third evidently thought he had no be behavior,
havior, behavior, as he forfeited his $5 bond.
The most common cause of insom
nia is disorders of the stomach. Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
correct these disorders and enable you
to sleep. For sale by all dealers.
Xo. 3 Size Tomatoes, per can. .12c.
7-Pound Sack Graham Flour. .30c.
12-Pound Sack Graham Flour. .45c
FOUND Bay colt about two years
old, three whjte feet, blaze face, wart
on back. Write A. M. Blackmon.'Sum Blackmon.'Sum-merfield,
merfield, Blackmon.'Sum-merfield, Fla.
Rye Flour 30c.
John W. Slckelsmith, Greensboro,
Pa., has three children, and like most
children they frequently take cold.
'We have tried several kinds of cough
medicine Jw says, "but have never
found any yet that did them as much
good as Chamberlain's Cough Rem Remedy."
edy." Remedy." For sale by all dealers.
12-Pd. Sack Whole Wheat Flour 45c.
7-Pd. Sack Whole Wheat Flour 30c
WHEE THEY LAST
SUCCESSOR TO BAXTER CARS
Ocala House last
If you want to save a dollar on your
next pair of shoes, call and select a
pair from the big stock at B. Gold
R. J. Knight of Clearwater and Fred
L. Stringer of Brooksville were at the
Ocala House last night.
D. A. Clark of Martel, was here for
the first time in five years Saturday
and felt that he was in the wrong
town when he embarked from the
train, so great have the changes been.
Mr. Clark is a brother-in-law of J. K.
Kelly of this place. Inverness Chronicle.
We learn with deep sorrow that Mr.
T. W. Ogden. who has recently moved
here from Center Hill, was taken to
Ocala on Tuesday morning, where he
will have to undergo an operation for
appendicitis. Mr. Ogden is a man and
all that word means and his friends
will learn with sorrow of the sad oc occurrence.
currence. occurrence. Webster News.
Capt. S. H. Gaitskill of Mcintosh
spent Thursday in Gainesville. He is
one of Marion county's moat success successful
ful successful stockraisers and it is understood
that J. C. Schneider, proprietor of the
University Market, has purchased some
forty head of fine beef cattle from him.
A. B. Shand of Lake Butler, B. W.
Sapp of Sanford and J. Kilpatrick of
Trilby were at the Montezuma yester
If you are embarrassed for funds I
will be glad to assist you temporarily.
All business confidential, at B. Gold-
J. Tully of Wildwood and M. W.
Smith, of Bronson were at the Monte Montezuma
zuma Montezuma yesterday.
Rexall Cold Tablets do the work.
Can give you the formula if you like.
25c the package at the Post Office
Mrs. L. Brinkley of Georgetown, S.
C, was at the Montezuma yesterday.
If you want to save a dollar on your
next pair of shoe3, call and select a
pair from the big stock at B. Goldman's.
Lindner McConn continues to im improve
prove improve and his many friends are glad
to know that it will not be long be before
fore before he will be out again.
Homer Dean arrived here last week
and will probably remain for some
time. He will work with Winston
Bros. Inverness Chronicle.
A big line of baseball goods at B.
Very good regular
12 l-2c quality at
Only 5 yards to a customer,
SOLD FROM S TOlH.r.1
These are great values and you
should not lose the opportunity of
making 75 cents
New Goods are Arriving aly.
WHERE YOU WILL BET
Miss Gertrude Shutt has gone to
Reddick. having accepted a position
as milliner in the store of J. C. Du Du-pree
pree Du-pree at that place. Miss Shutt has had
several years' experience in that line
and will render a splendid service to
her employer. Gainesville Sun.
LOCATION WANTED FOR
Lot owners are requested to leave
particulars and prices at once with T.
T. Munroe, president Marion County
Hospital Association of suitable lot
of about one or two acres.
I guarantee to save your money on
your trunks and suit cases. I sell 80
per cent of the trunks and suit cases
of Ocala. "There Is a reason." The
largest stock in Central Florida to
select from. B. Goldman.
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Barred
Plymouth Rock eggs for hatching,
51.50 for 15; $3.50 for 50: $S for 100.
Mrs. W. R. Dreher, Micanopy, Fla.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night
Cottolene (Large Backet) ...$1.20
Butter, Best Creamery 38c
Pickles (Quart Jar) 120c
Hominy (Van Camp's) 9c
Bacon, Per Pound 10c
Grits, (Ten Pounds) 25c
Meal, (Ten Pounds) 25e
Rumford Baking Powder, 1-lb
Irth Potatoes (Peek) 40e
Ferguson & Usher's Old Stand
Mr. aid Mrs. B. C. Webb of Ken Ken-drick
drick Ken-drick passed through the city Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday en route home from an extend
ed visit in the north and east. They
spent some time at Mr. Webb's old
home in Iowa and report the weather
very cold In that section. Gainesville
REGISTRATION BOOKS TO OPEN
The county registration books will
be open on March 20th to remain open
until April 13th. Anyone not now reg registered
istered registered In the county can do so between
those dates. However, If you are now
liable for poll taxes for 1910 or 1911,
they must be paid now.
XOTICE TO AUTO DRIVERS
The council has instructed the po police
lice police department to enforce the auto automobile
mobile automobile ordinance. Thi3 ordinance re requires
quires requires drivers to blow their horns or
whistles when crossing a street or
rounding a corner. The maximum
speed is fifteen miles an hour.
R. L. Carter, City Marshal.
Parker Lucky Curve Fountain Pens
in any style or shape. A large assort
ment to select from at the Court Phar
TIMBER FOR SALE
5,000,000 feet, stumpage.
3 orange groves at Lake Weir.
R. L. Martin, Merchant's Block.
Fair tonight with light frost Inter
ior north portion. Sunday fair and
warmer north portion.
A. b. Williams of Crystal River ts
the proud father of a 11-pound boy
born Monday Inverness Chronicle.
Uonday Nigel Usrch 18Q
The Great Russian Tenor
Prima Donna Soprano
Reserved Sects: 5Cc 75c cd $1
OCAIiA EVENING BtASU 8ATURpAYt MARCtt 16, 1912.
Instead of going
to the theatre
make the theatre
come to you
"";.; That's better than going" out on a stormy night, or nor get getting:
ting: getting: good seats, or sitting out a show that is tiresome inparts
it's better no matter how you look at it.
And you can easily do it if you have a Victor. That givc3
you an all-star performance right in your own home front seats,
and a' program of your own making that starts whenever you
Why not come in today and hear the Victor and find out how you can
easily own one? Victors $10 to $100. Victor-Victrolas $15 to $200.
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TI I : Ih. 1 "III I II II
CAUL, US UIP
Just any time you need drug assistance. We
will call for your prescription and deliver it prompt promptly.
ly. promptly. We are here to help you in the time of need by
giving your wants the best of attention. Your
order is never too small or too large for us.
JUST PHONE NO. 284.
THE COURT PHARMACY
The Drug Store on the Square Ocala, Florida
Burbank. March 14. The Burbank
Truck & Fruit Growers Association
held its meeting: in the canning fac factory
tory factory on Saturday afternoon. Mr. Ma Ma-gaw
gaw Ma-gaw was present and gave a very
Mr. H. W. Burnett and friend of
Canton, Ohio, inspected their land in
the Burbank colony on Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey L. Watkins are
the proud parents of a fine baby girl,
born on Sunday, March 10.
Mr. J. B. Brown of Gailsburg, I1L,
was in Burbank Monday and inspected
his tract in the Burbank colony. He
was well pleased with the location.
Messrs. Chaffee and Bogue have
been shipping some mighty fine lettuce
during the last week or two and they
are getting fine returns from same.
Mr. H. H. Arters of Folsom, W. Va,
spent several days in Burbank inspect
ing land for himself and friends.
Preaching services were conducted
in the Burbank M. E. church on Sun Sunday
day Sunday by Rev. Pace.
Bernard H. Mullen of Youngstown,
O., is spending several days at the
Mrs. C. L. Dart and mother, Mrs.
Fausett of New York, arrived in Bur Burbank
bank Burbank last night and will spend sev several
eral several days here. This is their third
visit and they are pleased and surpris surprised
ed surprised with the many improvements which
have taken place during the last year.
Mr. J. F. McNaughton of Duluth,
Minn., inspected land for a friend in
section 21 on Wednesday. He is stay staying
ing staying at the Glenwood Hotel at Fort Mc McCoy.
Coy. McCoy. The "Women's Study Club met with
Mrs. C. M. Drum Wednesday afternoon.
The ladles spent a very interesting and
Mr. Christopher Young of San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, Calif., has come to settle on his
tract of land here at Burbank and will
start improvements on his place at
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kurtz of
Clearfield, Pa., are spending a few days
with. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Daskan.
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
comes from Dr. J. T. Curtiss, Dwight,
Kan. He writes: "I not only have
cured bad cases of eczema In my pa
tients with Electric Bitters, but also
cured myself by them of the same
disease. I feel sure they will benefit
any case of eczema," This shows what
thousands have proved, that Electric
Bitters is a most effective blood
purifier. Its an excellent remedy for
eczema, tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, boils
and running sores. It stimulates liver.
kidneys and bowels, expels poisons,
helps digestion, builds up the strength.
Price 50 cents. Satisfaction guaranteed
by Tydings & Co. ""
FLORIDA COLLEGE OF
. i Cczanercial Bank Building, Ocala, Florida
A FIRST CLASS AND COMPLETELY EQUIPPED, SPECIALIZED
Ctnccrcial and Stenography Courses. Day and Evening Classes
Enter at Any Time
PR ARNST0N, A. B Pres. W. P. GARRETT, Prin. Com. Dept.
giots M HOLES
-I have as fine a lot of Horses and
Mules on my lot, on West Exposition
Streetv as have ever
been brought to the
Ocala market. Call
and look --the ani ani-malsover
malsover ani-malsover and make
your selection. The
drove contains stock
of all styles and for
-all purposes. Every
fin guaranteed; prices and terms as
reasonable as anyone can make.
mfcira Ocala, Florida
Xo One la Ocala Who Ha Had a Bad.
Back Can Ignore This Double
Does your back ever ache?
Have you suspected your kidneys?
Backache Ms kidney ache,
"With it comes dizzy spells,
Sleepless nights, tired, dull days,
Distressing urinary disorders.
Cure the kidneys to cure It all.
Doan's Kidney Pills bring quick re relief
lief relief Bring many thorough, lasting cures.
Tou have read Ocala proof.
Read now the Ocala sequel.
Renewed testimony; tested by time.
C. F. Hays, 271 Orange St.. Ocala,
Fla., says: "I think that heavy lifting
caused by kidneys to become disorder disordered.
ed. disordered. I suffered Intensely from pains in
my back and often. I was so stiff and
lame that I could hardly do my work.
I also had headaches. When a friend
told me about Doan's Kidney Pills, I
began using them. I am now glad
that I did so for they gave me more
relief than all the other medicines I
had ever taken. To say that I endorse
Doan's Kidney Pills is puting the fact
mildly." (Statement given, May 13,
A Lasting; Effect
In March, 1911, when Mr. Hays was
interviewed, he said: "I gladly confirm
my former endorsement of Doan's Kid
ney Pills, for the benefit they brought
me has been lasting. Tou may con
tinue to publish my statement."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
vr ir-t. t A 11 TT.If1
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Candler, March 14. Mr. and Mrs.
Saige, who have occupied rooms in
Mr. Clarke's apartment house during
the past winter, started Sunday morn
ing for their home in New York.
One of Dr. Henry's convalescents,
Mr. Harry Bennett, Is able to bicycle
the hard road for a constitutional
Mrs. Anderson at the hotel Is the
latest victim of the grip.
Mr. Frank Shields and bride, of
Philadelphia, Pa., who are spending
their honeymoon touring through the
"Land of Flowers," spent several days
of the past week at Weirsdale and
came up Friday to visit Mrs. Hall and
Dr. and Mrs. Griffin of LaMar, Mo.,
friends of Mr. Lisher, at the hotel, are
now domiciled in Mr. Clarke's apart
ment house for an indefinite stay.
ur. uriinth lectured Sunday eve
ning in the Presbyterian church
"How we came to get the Bible."
Mrs. Belle Holtzclaw was shopping
in Ocala Friday.
Mr. Jesse Marshall relieved Mr. C.
W. Quick in the A. C. L. office Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Mr. J. T. Wilson of Ocala came down
Saturday to visit his relatives here.
He found his sister, Mrs. Hall, improv improving
ing improving under Dr. H. W. Henry's skilful
The prospects for watermelons is
reported by one of the planters to be
Mrs. Comstock entertained relatives
from Oklawaha last week.
. Mr. Hulbert accompanied by his sis sister,
ter, sister, arrived, last week from Chicago,
and have taken possession of the new
mansion on Heather Island.
Citrav March 14. Mrs. Full wood has
returned from her long visit to her
brother at San ford.
Mr. Hugh Kinsley of Woodstock. Va.,
is in Citra taking his annual vacation.
Mrs. Goodge of Allandale, S. C, Is
here visiting her aunt, Mrs. John S.
Mr. and Mrs. George Nichols, who
have been the guests of Mrs. David
Barcus, left last week for their home
Mr. C. W. White, the state organizer
of Sunday schools of the Methodist
church, held an interesting meeting
Miss Apple Redditt of Reddick spent
the week end with her parents here.
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Rice drove down
to Ocala Monday on business bent.
Mr. John Malphns and family spent
Sunday at Worthlngton Springs, vlslt-
Mr. David White of the University
of Florida at Gainesville, spent the
week end with his parents here.
Mr. V. E. Kunze and family spent
Sunday at Reddick visiting Mrs. J. C.
Dupree. They went over in Mr. Du Du-pree's
pree's Du-pree's automobile.
SupL J. H. Brinson was. in Citra
Thursday visiting the schools.
Mr. McFairland of Washington, N.
C was in Citra Tuesday.
Mr. G. H. Sistrunk of Fort McCoy
was looking after business in Citra
Mr. Frank Davis, our popular A. C.
I agent, spent Sunday with his par parents
ents parents at Hawthorne.
Miss Zelma Cason of Island Grove
and her charming guests. Misses Bes Bessie
sie Bessie Weeks and Floy Strickland, of
Jacksonville, spent Wednesday here,
visiting Mrs. J. N. Malphus.
" The Cole & Rice Railroad Show was
in Citra Saturday night with a good
Rev. W. S. Little of Grace Episcopal
church, Ocala, will preach at the Bap
tist church, Citra, Sunday evening,
Mr. Ed Wartmann and Mr. Ed Couper
were Ocala visitors Wednesday.
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today I am working and believe I owe
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Dallas, March 14. Mr. Hough of
Summer field, rented Mr. T. H. Morris
house, at this place, and moved into it
last Monday, in order that Mrs. Hough
may be nearer her business. Let us
hope that she will prosper in her new
field of labor.
Mrs. A. J. Gauntt, agent at Edenfleld,
made a flying visit up to see her par parents
ents parents Sunday. She returned Monday on
the express and her sister, Mrs. S. I
Hiers and baby accompanied her to
stay a day or two with her. They re
turned to Dallas Tuesday, much de
lighted with their trip.
Mrs. Mattock and others from near
Pedro were here shopping last Mon
Mr. S. E. Smith's family, Mrs. Rachel
Johnson and Mrs. Sol Smith attended
preaching last Sunday at Oxford. They
went specially to hear Rev. Phillips
preach. He preached quite an Interest
i ing sermon.
Mr. Harry Groff, agent at this place,
made a flying visit to Starke to see
his mother last Sunday. He returned
on the. express.
Mr. P. H. Nugent of Candler, called
to see Mr. Sol Smith last Monday. He
Is an old friends of Mr. Smith's and
was warmly welcomed.
Dallas was well represented at the
show at Wildwood last Saturday.
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NOTICE OP FIXAL 5ETTLEMEN 1
Notice is hereby given that on the
lt day of April, 1912, the undersign undersigned
ed undersigned executor will present my accounts
and vouchers to Hon. .Joseph Bell,
judge of probate in and for Marion
county, Florida, at his office in Ocala,
Florida, and will make my final settle settlement
ment settlement and will apply for final discharge
as such executor. Wm. M. Baker,
47 West 42nd St.. New York Citj
As Executor of Last Will and Testa Testament
ment Testament of Mrs. T. W. Baker.
Mrs. Hansen, In a Letter From
Mobile, Tells How She Gained It
XOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby iven to all eredit eredit-ors,
ors, eredit-ors, legatees, distributees and all other
persons having claims and demands
against the estate of Adelaide B.
Chisolm. deceased, to present said
claims duly proved to the undersigned
within one year from the date of the
first publication of this notice, to-wit:
Feb. 8th. 1912. Kate B. Howell.
As Administratrix Estate Adelaide B.
XOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all credit creditors,
ors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all other
persons having claims and demands
against the estate of Albert L. Barber,
deceased, to present said claims duly
proven to the undersigned within one
year from the date of the first publica publication
tion publication of this notice, to-wit: January
30th. 1912. D. A. Smith.
As Administrator Estate of Albert L.
Ocala, Florida, Jan. 30, 1912.
Mobile, Ala. "I Buffered for seres
years, with womanly trouble," -writes
Mrs. Sigurd Hansen In a letter from
this city. "I felt weak and always had
a headache and was always going to
the doctor. At last I was operated on,
and felt better, but soon I had the
My husband asked me to try CarduL
I felt better after the first bottle, and
now, I have a good appetite and sleep
welL I feel fine, and the doctor tells
me I am looking better than he ever
If you are sick and miserable, and
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For more than fifty years, It has been
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NOTICE TO CANDIDATES
-The state campaign committee hav
ing adopted a regulation allowing
candidates for county offices until the
1st day of April, A. D. 1912, in which to
file application and pay assessments,
the campaign committee of Marlon
county hereby gives notice to all per persons
sons persons desiring to become candidates for
country offices, in order to become
qualified, to pay to Miss Clara I.
Moore, Ocala, Florida, treasurer of the
Marion county executive committee, on
April 1st, A. D. 1912,
the assessment levied by the Marion
County Democratic Executive Com Committee
mittee Committee at its meeting in Ocala, on Feb February
ruary February 3rd. 1312.
This extension is given in order to
conform with the regulation adopted
by the state campaign committee.
Information can be obtained from
the undersigned chairman of the cam campaign
paign campaign committee. L. "W. Duval,
Chairman Marion County Democratic
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paign Campaign Committee.
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