The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date:
daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


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

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University of Florida
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as possible if yoo would avoid a bilious attack.
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the complexion of sallowness, relaxes the bowls and pots the body in
fine, vigorous condition.
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once over Blunrpe A Chambliss B'k.
Rooms 9, 10 and 11. Second: Floor,
, Holder Block. -OCA
- .. ". .. .-
" Office Over- Commercial Bank
Office Honrs, 8 to 12 a. m, 1 to B
p. m. Phone 211.
Physician &cd Snrgecn
General Practice Calls Made Prompt
ly. Might ,or Day.
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women and Children
offlceRooras 1, 3. i, 5 and f Holder
Building-.' Second Floor. Phones.
- Office No. 33: Residence No. Ml
u. s. l::iler, d.
Special Eeslnment for -Treaties; None,
' Throat, Lang nd Shis PUeaaea r
Office hours to 4 p. m. Phones:
Office, 444; Residence, 445. Over' Hun Hun-roe
roe Hun-roe & Clambliss Bank. Ocala- Fla.
Gradoat of .the United States Col-
' lege of Veterinary Snreons,
Loeated at tke Jonea nospltal on Soatk
v Flrat" Street Went $
All Calls Promptly Answered. ;
(Fcrceirly Slb C Dcirb)
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmsrs
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crDay b 1111 PcrCj cl CUy
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- Daily Schedule
1S:1I pm Lv Jacksonville ArJ;l5 pm
9:19 pm Ar... Ocala..,. Lv .11:51 an
t :4 5 a.m. Ar . Tampa . Lv ..t :45 p.m.
One ITIrnt Ost If New York
Cieetrleally Llxated
TrcZx nPlnlng Cm gervlee
Cmneetlm tarn
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from food -which has fer-

digcarted matter as quickly
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To Help In Entertalatag Dr. Wasalag-
. i ton Make It Report
The tommlttee on .finance takes
pleasure. in making the following re report
port report of funds paid to meet' expenses
of Dr. Booker T. Washington and
party to Ocala and for 'entertainment,
publicity." etc
Commercial Bank .v.. ......... .$10.00
The Muhroe & Chambliss Bank.. 10.00
The Ocala National "Bank . 10.00
Mri G. D. Hogan 10.00
Postof flee Drugstore . .
L, Alexander & "Son . .
AntKMonopoly Drugstore
Messrs. Cam & Thomas
.' 7.50
George Giles & Co
Mclver & MacKay .
Helvenston' & Pasteur ........... 5.00
The Globe and Guarantee Cos...
' 2.00
Hurst & Garner ................
Mitchell's Pharmacy ...........
Marlon, Hard ware.Co ............
It. B. Masters Co
McDufTy Livery Company .....
Ocala Bazaar .'. .1 ...........
Ocala Fertilizer Co. ........
F. ; Powers Grocery
Rh'einauer & Co. .7 ...
Schlemmer's Bakery
Theu's-Zachry Company
Tydings & Co. .... 1 ......... .
Marcus Frank
G. A. Nash
If- A. Waterman ........... ..
Colyer's Tailor Shop . . .
D. W. Goodwin ...............
B. Goldman . .'. ............
A. M. Lans f ofd ......... ...
F. G. 3. Weihe ............
Geo! W. Martin .... ........
A. B. Burnett;..........,..
Duke's Drugstore
Little's Shoe Parlor ...
Prof. J. L. Wiley . -,-r.
Dr. W. P.. Wilson .......
Prof.v J.- D. McCall
Prof. C. ; H. StewaTt .7. ..
P. D,iBlackwell
R. B. Bullock
Rev. C T. "Dor rah ... ......
Rev. A. Dickerson .......
Dr. .R. JS. Hughes .........
W. P. Parker
Rev. J. A. Quarterman ....
Mr. J. Thomas .
Robert Thomas . . .'.
R. M. Martin ft. . .......
I Casmln8ki
B. J. McBride .A... ......
. 1.00
Dr.-R C Mitchell ........
Rev A. .1 Pettus . .'. .
S. A. Moses & Bro.. .-.
Rev. P. Johnson . .
The .New: Racket Store
. 1.00
. Total subscriptions; paid . ,$215.00
-"'Expenditures' of : money collected to
defray expenses .of Dr.- Bobker T
Washington party:
Clerical work by -Dr. Wilson. . .$ 7.5J
Mailing lithographs, circulars,
" etc:. . .-. ... ... 3 50
Lumber from H. A. Fausett ..... 3.00
Check for hacks to J. D. McDuffy 12.00
Printing bills .. ..... .. . ... 25.00
. .T. Adams ( transportation) ... 15.00
Ike Simmons (transportation) . 10.00
L- Lang (transportation)
A. T. Stewart (lithographs) .
M. M. Lewey (transportation)
200 newspapers .'. ... .......
Mailing papers C i . .
Expense of finance committee .
Sundry; hack bills
Ocala Banner (publicity) ......
Ocala Star (publicity) 12.50
Preparing reports 1 ............. , 2.25
Total expenditures ......... .$215.00
Total amount -collected as
per list of donors .. ". . ): . 215.00
. Respectfully submitted,
Joseph L. Wiley,
F. P. Gadson.
. George Giles, ,s
Finance Committee.
Ocala, March 22, 1912.
Vive years ago two doctors told me
I had only two years : to live." This
startling statement was made by Still Still-man
man Still-man Green. Malachite, Cot "They told
me I would die with consumption. It
was up to me then to try the best lung
medicine and I began to use Dr. King's
Nevr Discovery.: It was well I did, for
today I am working and believe I owe
my life to this great throat and lung
Leure that has cheated the grave of an
other victim." its folly to suffer with
coughs, cold or other throat and lung
trouMes now. Take the cure that's
safest' Price 50 cents and i. Trial
bottle fre. at Tydings & Co.
Don't forget that the law requires
thevv state and county J tax books to
close on the Slst day of March and all
lands not paid on to be advertised for
In coming or sending to pay your
taxes, be sure and bring an old tax
receipt or other correct description of
your lands,
At this -season of "the year we are
always crowded with maiL so if you
nave written .us. don't be uneasy. All
letters will' be answered as fast as
possIble",und In the order received.
v . Tours very truly.
- W L. Colbert. Tax Collector.
R. G. Collins, postmaster, isarnegat,
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
Foler Honey, and Tar Compound and
before I had taken It all the coughing
spells bad entirely ceased. It can't be
beat? Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.


Te Grind for HI Friend Clark
RfiMa, AffordiBK to Arnold, for
Cassias; the Everglade
Washington. March 27. Joseph A.
Arnold, who is editor-in-chief of t the
division of publication, department of
agriculture, has taken upon himself
the burden of responsibility for sup suppression
pression suppression of the now famous circular
letter, issued by former Chief Engi
neer C. G. Elliott in connection with
the suppressed Wright report on the
Florida Everglades reclamation ,pro-
ect. '.Mr.- Arnold frankly told the
House committee investigating the, Ev
erglades matter-so. He said he thought
the circular so much at variance with
the report it was intended to be a sub
stitute for that it should not be allow
ed' to be sent out, and that he told
Secretary of Agriculture Wilson his
Opinion. Mr. Arnold characterized the
bulletin as unfair, and .that it had not
the endorsement of he government.
Arnold created somewhat of a sen
sation when he detailed an interview
he had with Representative Frank
Clark of Florida, who, with Represen
tative Bathrick of Ohio is responsible
forxthe present .investigation. He de
clared that Clark told him that if the
report on the Everglades should be
very favorable It "would hurt some of
his constituents who owned Florida
lands outside the borders of the Ever
glades that were Just as good as those
in the Everglades."
State or Ohio, -City of Toledpt
Lucan 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 aforesaid,
said, aforesaid, and -that said firm will pay- the
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
ber, 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.
Sparr, March 27. Sparr people are
busy shipping lettuce, planting corn
and pinders. Cantaloupe and other
vegetable crops are up and looking
fine, though the recent dust torm
hurt some. The-cold wind of Monday
frightened some of our truckers very
much. . '..J.
The laying of the cornerstone of the
new Methodist church took place
Tuesday morning. Mr, Mims of An
thony, Is the contractor, and when
completed the little church will be a
crecm to sparr ana to tne .Metnoaisi
people of this place.
Miss Abstein of Island Grove visit
ed at Mr. Lambert's Sunday.i
- The circus came to town on the 20th
much to the delight of the small boys,
both black and white.
Owing to the rain Sunday Rev. Peck
failed to fill his appointment here.
The wedding -bells will soon be
ringing in Sparr.
Mr. -Groom and family of South
Carolina are new comers here and are
residing for the present with Mrs.
.We are glad to state that the little
baby of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Grantham,
which has been quite ill, is recovering.
Our singing school, taught by Prof.
Guln for the last thirty days, closed
Tuesday. Pupils have improved ,very
much. Mr. Guin has made many friends
here who will be glad to have him re return.
turn. return. (
Mr. F. W. Bishop and family visited
the family of A. J. Stephens last Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. $
comes from Dr. J. T. Curtlss, Dwlght,
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, bolls
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.
Candler, March 29. Mrs. George
Russell of Lake Weir visited Mrs.
Mary Hiscock several days last week.
Mr. Stewart has returned from other
points in .the state.
Mrs. Mary Hiscock was shopping in
Ocala Saturday.
Mrs. Albert McClain entertained the
members -of the Ladies' Aid Society
Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. Alfred Ayer came down from
Ocala and spent the week end with
Mrs. James Hall and daughter. Miss
Mrs. Westover of Lake Weir visited
her friend, Mrs. Quick Monday, be
tween trains.
Rev. Albertson filled his regular ap appointment
pointment appointment in the Presbyterian church
Mrs. Dan Tillis is reported better.
,If you have indigestion, heartburn,
belching or sick stomach take ten
FLUID in a little water. It checks the
misery instantly. If you have a cut,
sore or wound anywhere on tlte body,
apply a little of DARBY'S FLUID. The
flesh mends at once. Use it in the
sick room to destroy germs or odors,
put it In damp closets to purify the air.
It is the greatest combination of in internal,
ternal, internal, external and antiseptic med medicines
icines medicines known to medical science. Price
50 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug
The new and handsome store room,
roomy and modern plate glass front.
Possession at once, and can be fitted
up according to needs of tenant. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.

aV 'anaVBal

The reputation of the Miin Miin-roe
roe Miin-roe and Ohambliss -Bank for
conservative banking is known
wherever Ocala is known.
DEPOSITORS is, and always
will ,be, our first copsidera copsidera-tion.v
tion.v copsidera-tion.v In addition to our large
local business, we a J so serve
the fanning interests of Sum Sumter
ter Sumter and Citrus Counties. K
We will be pleased to serve
your interests during 1912. .
Halted State Postal Savlaga Baak
The Interstate Commerce Commission
AsIc the State CommlIon to.
Aid la an Investigation
Tallahassee. March 27. The" Florida
railroad commissioners. a few days ago
received a' notice from the Interstate
Commerce Commission advising them
that that commission would begin an
exhaustive examination and investiga investigation
tion investigation on March 25th, into the. methods,
practices, etc., used by -railroads of the
country in weighing freight, as a basis
for assessing freight charges thereon,
and asking the Florida commission to
cooperate with them In this investiga
tion, so far. as the Florida business is
concerned. To which this commission
replied stating that it has Teceived a
great many complaints from shippers
of Florida, with reference to this sub subject,
ject, subject, and that it would be glad to co cooperate
operate cooperate with them in this investiga investigation.
tion. investigation. The Florida commission is in receipt
of further advice from the Interstate
Commerce Commission as follows:
Washington, March- 18, 1912.
Mr. J. Will Yon, Secretary. Railroad
Commission, Tallahassee, Fla., Dear
Sir: Your letter of the 7th inst. to the
chairman of the Interstate Commerce
Commission, has been received and
referred to me.
As you have been advised, the first
hearing in the weighing order. No.
4631, will begin on the 25th of March
at Chicago, after which it is thought
hearings will be arranged for "various
parts of the country,, and, doubtless,!
one will be held at a point convenient
for you" to present such witnesses as
you desire. Of this 1 you willv be ad
vised later.
Yours very truly,
J. T. Marchand, Attorney.
The Florida commissioners request
that all Florida shippers, who have
cause for complaint with regard to
weighing of their freight by the rail
road companies, that such complaints
be made known to them in order that
same may be used before the Interstate
Commerce Commission in its investi investigation.
gation. investigation. TO MOTHERS AWU OTHEKS
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
juries cuts, burns, bruises, : etc., with
perfect safety. Nothing else heals so
quickly. For boils, ulcers, old, run running
ning running or fever sores or piles it has no
equal. 25 cents at Tydings & Co.
" The state campaign committee hav having
ing having adopted1 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 v to become
qualified, to pay to Miss Clara L.
Moore, Ocala, Florida, treasurer of the
Marion county executive committee, on
or before
April 1st, A. D. 1912,
the assessment levied by the Marion
County Democratic Executive Com Committee
mittee Committee at its .meeting In Ocala, on Feh Feh-ruary
ruary Feh-ruary 3rd, 1912.
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
paign committee. L. W. Duval.
Chairman Marion County Democratic
Committee and Chairman Cam
paign Committee.
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
S. C. B. Leghorns, white and barred
rocks: S. C. R. L Reds and homer
pigeons of the best strains at bargain
prices. J. W. Gardner. Kendrlck. Fla.
When you have rheumatism in your
foot or instep apply Chamberlain's
Liniment and yon will get quick re
lief. It costs but a quarter. Why
suffer? For sale by all dealers.

10 HI 11 1

Ia Price, and Porter Will Go Oat
of Slgkt Beef Paekera Aeaaltted
aad Paall Mitt Par
for the Trial
Chicago. March 27. "Not guilty"
was the verdict returned yesterday by
the jury in the case of the ten beef
packers whose trial began here sev several
eral several months ago. The .jury deliberated
for seventeen hours. V v
The ten packers who were charged
with violation of the criminal provis provision
ion provision of the Sherman anti-trust law are:
J. Ogden Armour, president Armour &
Co.; Arthur Meeker, director and gen general
eral general manager Armour & Co.; Thomas
J. Connors, director and general super superintendent
intendent superintendent Armour & Co.; Louis F.
Swift, president Swift & Co.; Edward
F.-Swift, vice president Swift &' Co.;
Charles 11. Swift, director Swift & Co.;
Francis A. Fowler, manager beef'de
partment Swift Jk Co.; Edward Morris,
president Morris & Co.; Louis H. Hey Hey-man,
man, Hey-man, manager beef department Morris
& Co.; Edward .Tilden. president Na National
tional National Packing Company.
For any case of kidney, bladder or
rheumatic troubles Hall's Texas Won Wonder
der Wonder cannot cure if taken in time and
given a fair trial. One bottle often
perfects a. cure. Send for testimonials.
Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street. St.
Louis, Mo; : Sold by all druggists.
Bushnell, March 27. The- first im important
portant important speech .of a political nature
since this little city became the capital
o' Sumter county was delivered here
at noon t yesteTday by CoL Cromwell
Gibbons, candidate for governor. The
friends of Col. Gibbons have been very
active in advising the voters of his
coming, and the speaker was greeted
by a splendid crowd of earnest citizens
who listened attentively to his address.
The applause with which his declara declarations
tions declarations were, received,. 'Indicated that
Sumter citizens are taking a very keen
and'' intelligent interest'. In the issues
before the state in this campaign.
. Notice is hereby given that at the
meeting of the Democratic Executive
Committee of Marion county, held in
Ocala Florida, on the 3rd day of Feb February.
ruary. February. A. D. 1912, the following was
adopted as an itinerary for candidates
for the various county offices: ;
Orange Springs. A"pril 8, 1912.
Fort McCoy, April 9, 1912.
Anthony, April 10, 1912.
Citra, Aprir 13, 1912.
Mcintosh, April 15, 1912.
Flemington, April 17,' 1912.
Fairfield, April 19. 1912.
Martel, April 22, 1912.
Dunnellon, April 24, 1912. t
Pedro, (morning) April 25, 1912.
Summerfield, (night) -April 25,. 1912.
Moss Bluff, April 26, 1912.
Grahamville, April 27, 1912.
Ocala, April 29. 1S12.
' L. W. Duval, Chairman.,
Clara Moore, Secretary.
without a Jar, shock or disturbance, is
the awful speed of bur earth through
space. We wonder at such ease of na nature's
ture's nature's movement, and so do those who
take Dr. "King's New Life Pills. No
griping, no distress, just thorough
Work that brings good health and fine
feeling. 25c -at Tydings & Co. .,
The council has instructed the po
lice department to enforce the auto
mobile ordinance. This ordinance re
quires 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
A tight feeling In tne cnest accom
panied by a short, dry cough. Indicates
an inflamed condftion in the lungs. To
relieve it buy the dollar size BAL BAL-LARD'S
get with each bottle a free HER HER-RICK'S
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.
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.
John W. Sickelsmith. Greensboro,
Pa., has three children, and like most
children they frequently take cold.
We have tried several kinds of cough
medicine," he says, "but have never
found any yet that did them as much
good as Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy." For sale by all dealers.
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.
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
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
possible to make changes after I have
made new hooks, so I hope that all
who fail to meet me on my rounds will
call or write me at Ocala during the
month of March.
Alfred A.yer. Assessor.
If you have trouble m getting rid of
your cold you may know that you are
not treating It properly. There Is no
reason why a cold should hang on for
weeks and It will not if you take
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. For
sale by all dealers.

OUR" SPRM&.--i





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for you to know that when you 01:7
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We uSe all the latest

make mistakes a practical impossibility. A 11 tYOU :i? need
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Here you will find a
Brick Codfis,h Smoked

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One 9T5 Solid Manoany d-pleeo Parlor
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One 940 atx-hole Steel Raage, good eeaUtloa, nsed, only z J

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One Sl Oak Mrawcr Chiffonier, like new tS 1
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The last pases -of, the -above-named
work are now ,? being; printed.' The
copies for home readers will be ready
tor Caturdar. and those for out-of-

town atihscrlbrs will be mailed next


. "This, wljl be the first magazine ever
issued as the exclusive, result of Ocala
toll and talent. The subjects .,thatnll

Its nazes Telate toOcala and v Marion

county, written on and 'Illustrated by

our home people; and the publication

was put' together and printed at home.

- 11 WIU.M m- T7 wv

tlon for.our own people to read, and an

excellent one to send abroad. It de

scribes ihe advantages and attractions
' ofi our county 'and: town Interestingly

but without effusiveness.- The special

, article were contributed by our best

vrtijiri and the illustrations show

' many of the most "Important points.

Ura. Ifamie Howse Stovall has been
the talented tireless and painstaking
editor of the magazine. It has been
v printed In the Star office and all the

Star force -has taken pleasure in sec

ondlng Mrs. Stovalfs efforts to make a

creditable 'publication. She has un unmistakable
mistakable unmistakable talent for such work and
has shown an appreciation of the ef

forts of her co-laborers that has been
vmrv wtVomi to them. -

"We hope that our people will do all
. in their-power-to circulate this publi-.
cation. It will be of great help to us
all If It lis Judiciously dUtrlbuted.
As soon as the last pages are off the
press, copies of the edition -'. will be
placed on sale at the Ocala News Co.s
store, Ballard's newsstand and Kreg Kreg-or's
or's Kreg-or's store. The club members will receive-
their copies at the Cotfrt pharm pharmacy.
acy. pharmacy. : ;-; :: :
- tto nmtU nniTORS

pUm for a M aster intuf ratea tmmu

tW Star, Cvverfaar all Phmnem of
" Oar Cltya Maa-nlaeeat Grwtfc
For some time It has been the desire

of the management to produce an il

lustrated edition, of the Star, exploit

ing the innumerable natural oeauiies

and advantages of this section of Ma

rion county, and particularly the city

of Ocala. We are therefore pieasea 10

f that we have been fortunate

enouKh to engage the assistance of a

corps of the most efficient special
writers in the country to eooperate

with us in a -special edition and can

confidently promise all who are inter

ested In the progress of Ocala and its
environments the handsomest, most
complete and .finest illustrated indus

trial edition that has ever been Is Issued
sued Issued in this section of the state.
The edition will' depict in convinc convincing
ing convincing and graphic terms the history of
the community as a whole, as well as
every ... Important enterprise. It will
tell of the opportunities held out to
home seekers anfl 'capitalists. In fact.
It will tell the story, of Ocala more
thoroughly and entertainingly than it
has ever been told before.
Our forward -movement of promi prominence
nence prominence among the inland cities of Flor Florida
ida Florida will be p one entirely due to the
winning spirit '-of cooperation which

should animate every one interested in
the future of Ocala, and we are posi positive,
tive, positive, trrat this special edition of the
Star will prove the most valuable and
popular undertaking which the busi business
ness business interests of this city and county
have ever entered into.
The edition will be finely printed
and attractively laid out, and will
contain numerous half-tone illustra illustrations
tions illustrations of -the various interests describ

ed. Every Jbusiness enterprise and in industry
dustry industry in Ocala and its surroundings
should be represented.

led Estate!
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
full bearing.
Five and ten-acre lots of rich ham hammock
mock hammock lands one mile from courthouse
on hard road and railroad. City prop property,
erty, property, improved and unimproved.
Large Tracts colonization tracts,
cut-over lands, sawmill propositions,
virgin pine lands, well watered graz grazing
ing grazing lands aid muck lands. Fifteen
hundred acres in the district of Mariel,
in the province of Pinar del Rio, Cuba,

j Missouri timber lands and New Eng

land farms for sale or exchange.





Despite Unfavorable Weather Condi Conditions
tions Conditions in the North, Florida Or Oranges
anges Oranges Sold for Three Times
- as Much This January as
They Did in the Pre Preceding
ceding Preceding Year.

Now that the citrus fruit season oi
.1911 is rapidly drawing to a close, it
seems an opportune time to take a
back view of the results for the
growers of the state, in the light of
the bitter controversy over the green

Elghtr-Three Ont of Miiety New York
Delegate for Taft
New York, March 27. Yesterday's

state wiae repuoncan eueiegaies iu ; flt ua i.,
th- Ttmnai convention at Chicago i a tne beginning of the season.

suited in election of organization can candidates
didates candidates in practically every district
where there was a contest, according
to unofficial returns fairly complete in

many Instances at hand at a late hours

last night. Claims that at least
eighty-three of the ninety delegates

nrf11 f -Po f f anjl Tint m t r o ticTi I

seven for Roosevelt were made y oul' 11 speIt disaster to the
State Chairman William Earns. Jr., j industry.
and John W. Hitchisaon, director of i We ourselves were in the main non-

i committal and were frank to admit

advanced steadily from the opening of
the season tip until -Christmas, which
was a thing that was new in the his history
tory history of the Florida citrus industry.
About the middle of December, cer certain
tain certain weather conditions set ; in in
Florida that were unprecedented in
their length and severity; there
was a succession of nearly three
weeks of very hot, murky, moist days
when fruit decayed on the trees and
in transit, no matter how much care
was exercised in its handling and
shipping. This was a severe handi handicap
cap handicap on a fair test of conditions.
In addition. to this, from practically
Christmas until nearly the first of
February, the entire North was swept
by a series of blizzards, one after the
other, that in their frequency and in intensity
tensity intensity have never been equalled.
Lake Superior for the first time in
the memory of the white man was
frozen clear across its entire expanse
from shore to shore.
From seventy to eighty per cenL of
all the citrus fruits that are sold in
the great cities are sold either from

fruit stands or by peddlers. Weather

fruit mictrinn 4.1 -, 1

.w 4uuuu,iuai ragea so nerceiy j conditions such as those that prevail

ed made it impossible for either the

It will be remembered that certain

interests in the state insisted at the
beginning of this citrus season that
prohibition of the shipment of" imma immature
ture immature oranges was an impossible thing
to carry out, in the first place, and in

the second place that if it could be

the organization faction.


Indianapolis, Ind.. March 27. Con-

mat we did not know. We were in inclined
clined inclined to think that if green fruit

shipments would be stopped without

; The Star has the largest and most
complete staff of county correspond correspondents
ents correspondents on any paper In the state. The
Times-Union and the two Tampa pa papers
pers papers have 'more, correspondents the
state over, but even those large pa-

pers are not as well served in tneir
counties as the Star Is In Marlon.
' And yet we have not as many as we
TwanL The following Important points
are not represented in our columns:
Anthony, Calvary, Central, Dexter,
Dunnellon, Fort McCoy, Gelger, Ken Ken-drick,
drick, Ken-drick, Juliette, Levon, Mcintosh, ; Mar Martin
tin Martin Moss Bluff,' Orange Lake. Reddlck,
Rockwell, Romeo and Smoak. We want
correspondents at all those places, and
' think they : wilt' find It -will pay them

io De represented in me pages ui.
Star, which sends hundreds of papers
Into the northern states every week.

as well as being a medium of exchange
In newsfor thousands,, of "home folks

In the county,.

We have correspondents at Citra

and .Fairfield, but they are not send

Ingr In the amount of news that the
importance of their communities war warrants.
rants. warrants. Out correspondents at Gaiter,

Lowell, Oklawaha and Stanton have
not written inso' long that we don't
know whether they .have resigned or

not, and the very bright one at Martel
seems to have quit before he fairly

started. To all these we quote the old
saying. -Shoot," Luke. :or give up the

' gun.." .. r
- It Is helpful as well as an Interest

' Ing thing to your community to have
It represented in the columns of a pa paper
per paper of large" county circulation. The

better the people pt our ounty know
each other, the better they will like

. and understand each other, and the

more they will be able to help In the

matters ot importance to the entire

. We "therefore ask our friends In: the

communities where ,.the ; Star "has no
: eorrespondents to bestir themselves to
f "obtain their same, and we ; invoke the
somewhat negligent correspondents

referred r to, to resume their former

- efficiency. -;. ' '.' ;:
We wish to make a little explana

tlon and admonition to some of the
' correspondents now on the list. We

would prefer -that they would not ex

press opinions on politics or in regard
to candidates. Also, we don't want

them to think, if some of their items
u nt Aitt Mffla tlmM It .19 bMlillA

they are useless or Inferior. We pre

fer to $etxour correspondents letters
-: zo "In In; full, but sometimes we are

crowaea ana nave to cut tnem aown.
' They mty be sure of one hlng, and

that is tjiat when the editor goes to
cutting copy, he always takes the first

" slash at hls-own.. '"-

- The Interstate Commerce Commls-

slon. In an opinion made public Tues

' day has established the far-reaching

principle .that a railroad must so ad ad-Just
Just ad-Just its rates that justice will be done

v between communities, : regardless of

state lines. If a railroad makes a low

Tate upon traffic wholly within a state,

- even when forced to do so by a state

ccrnmlssion, It must accord the same
rate to Interstate traffic moving un-

- der ''substantially similar conditions.

YUa Jceale OwfM Snpporin the Candi

dacy of Captain Lewln for
Sparr, Marion County, Fla.,
karch 26th, 1912.
Editor Star: Enclosed is an article

from the Gainesville Sun (for you to

publish) in connection with my cousin,
J. Stewart Lewis, being a candidate for

adjutant general. ,It is a- well: known
fact that though no voter, the writer

always espouses the cause of one

worthy candidate. This time it-is my

cousin, a capable, honest Christian
gentleman,' a native of Marion, the

central county of Florida. Rally to

his cause friends. Some of thev best

looking "drummers" are also his cous

ins', so listen to them. Do not heed
those In for outside men. Our very

own are first and best.

Very truly,
Miss Jessie Alston Owens.

With people from every' section

present as "the guests of the city, KIs

slmmee's two days celebration of her

advancement in civic and other mat
ters, began Tuesday. v

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 26. Benevolent and

Protective order or kiks. meets sec

ond and fourth Tuesday evenines in

- each month, : Visiting brethren always

welcome. : Edward Drake, E., XL
David S. William. Secretary.


trolling the Indiana republican con- : . T V
vention by a majority of 105 of the of ft that ll Would e a good thing,
1,439 delegates, supporters of Presi-j as 11 stood to reason that it was a
dent Taft yesterday elected their f our j bad thing to ship fruit out of the
candidates for delegates at large to j state in a condition that would give
the national convention and Instruct- j it a "black eye'' with the consumers,
ed them to vote for renomination of But so many arguments were offered
the president. (against this position that we prefer-
, Fourteen members of the Indiana; .
delegation of thirty to the national j rGd aitmS untl1 the close of the
convention have been instructed to Beason and watching with great in-

vote for the renomination of Taft. and j terest the developments as they came
the Roosevelt forces have two. Seven through, as it was a certainty that

district conventions are yet to be held
and a roll call of the delegations in indicate
dicate indicate that Roosevelt will carry five
and contest two, making the final di division
vision division of Indiana 'representation for
Roosevelt 12, and 18 for Taft.


TULTJLA LOinifi NO. 22, I. O. O. F.

Cat. J. Stuart Lewf, Candidate for

Adjutant General, Vlnlta the
University City
Among the prominent visitors to

Gainesville on Thursday was Capt. J.

Stuart Lewis of Leon county, candi candidate
date candidate for adjutant general and a per personal
sonal personal friend ", of Dr. A. A. Murphree,
president of the University of Florida,

and Senator H. H. McCreary. The cap

tain was Dr. Murphree's guest for
dinner, but found time while here Uo
meet many- of our people, some of
whom had met him before and all of
whom formed a favorable Impression

of him. His wife, -whose maiden name

was Miss Sallie Smoke and whom he.

married In Gainesville in 1889. is a

daughter of the late Dr. S. D. Smoke,

and was reared at -old Newnansville.

being a graduate of the East Florida

Seminary. V

Captain Lewis was born in Marion

county, Florida, Nov. 28,1865. He is a

son of Dr. James S. Lewis, a Virginian.

His mother was' a daughter of CoL

Samuel Heath Owens, a South Carolin

ian, and niece of Dr. James B. Owens,
who, was : a member of the secession

convention of Florida. Captain Lewis

father- entered the Confederate service

in 1861 and served during the war of

secession at surgeon, and was muster mustered
ed mustered out at the close of the war with the

rank of captain.

Captain Lewis attended the public

schools of Marion county, and In 1879

he entered the King's Mountain Mili Military
tary Military Institute. In 1881 he returned to
the farm In Marion county, working

on the farm near Micanopy until 1887,

when he was appointed- by Grover

Cleveland to the railway mail service, I

which position he : held until i07.

when he resigned to -accept a position
In the office of commissioner of agri agriculture
culture agriculture of the state of Florida, which
position he recently resigned to be

come a candidate 'for adjutant general.

Captain Lewis entered the military
service of the" state as a private of
Company C, "Gem City Guards." Palat Palat-ka,
ka, Palat-ka, Fla., in 1889. Capt. Robert W.- Da Davis,
vis, Davis, commanding. He was sergeant
and first lieutenant of that company
until 1896, when he resigned and mov moved
ed moved to Wayeross Ga. In 1889 he return returned
ed returned to the state, moving to Tallahassee.
In 1907 the Bloxham Rifles was or organized
ganized organized in Tallahassee and he was
elected captain,: which position he held
until 1911. He believes in a closer re relationship
lationship relationship between the men and offi officers
cers officers of .the National Guard, and armor armories
ies armories at each post equipped so as to be a
place of recreation for the men.
Capt. Lewis has the unanimous en endorsement
dorsement endorsement of the democratic executive
committee of Leon county, as shown
by the following resolution adopted at
the last meeting of the cojnmlttee:
"B It resolved by the democratic

executive committee of Leon county,
Florida, In session, that we endorse
the candidacy of Capt. J. Stuart Lewis
(former commander of Bloxham Rfles)
for adjutant general of the state of
Florida. We know that If he is elect

ed he will manage the affairs of the

Washington. March 27 Senator Ste Ste-phensdn.
phensdn. Ste-phensdn. of Wisconsin, yesterday won
the first round of the battle over the
validity of his. seat "In the Senate,
when by a vote of 29 to 27, a resolu resolution
tion resolution declaring the Wisconsin senator
illegally elected was rejected. The
final .struggle will come today, when
the Heyburn resolution, sustaining
the validity of the election and en endorsing
dorsing endorsing the investigating committee's
majority view will be voted upon.

. -"svj: VT., zvVj.v. ..--';: f -'-V'-i


' Atlanta, March 27 Fifteen days aft after
er after the wedding- ring was placed on her
finger, by her 22-year-old husband, Mrs.
Geneva Miller, 'herself -but 17 years
old, was fatally burned this afternoon
while working' arithmetic examples
for her little schoolboy friend, Elmer
Gaines, aged 9 years.
The girl-wife sat down near the
open grate and began to work the lit little
tle little fellow's examples. At last, while
explaining one, she rose and stood
with her, back to the fire. In a mbment

she was wrapped in flames.

Don't forget the engagement of A.
K. Hawkes Co."s expert optician at the
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, March 29-30.
Glasses correctly fitted in up-to-date
styles at reasonable prices. All work


Eighty-Two I-lve Lout by an Explo Explosion
sion Explosion In a Wet A'lrglnla Mine
"Welch, W. Va., March 27. Eighty Eighty-two
two Eighty-two men were killed yesterday by a
gras explosion in the Jeb Coal & Coke
Company's mine at Jeb, "W. Va., a half
dozen miles from here. Only eleven
men escaped, and one of these died
within an hour after being brought to
the "surface. Last night thirty-two
bodies had been located nd the
rescuers hoped to have them out shortly.


Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets 1 every

Tne-day at s p. m., in Yonge's HalLL office with honor, to himself, the mili-

VLaltlnar brethren alwavs welcome.

r c : Jake -Brown, Noble Grand.
. v. 7. I Colbert. Secretary. :


- - -,.v
OeaJa Lodge No. C99. -Meets each
Thursday night In hall in Gary block.
' G.' F. Mersh on. Dictator.
?tt.L; f tapp. Secretary. I- .

Regular convocations or rae ocaa
Chster No. IS. R. M, M., on the fourth
TLiy of very month at lam.
C. E. Connor. E. H. P.
Jake Brown. Secretary. 'V

mnanTs op fttiiias

Cc vantlons held every Monday eve eve-r
r eve-r T fc Castle Hall over Carlisle's
f . itore. a cordial welcome to visit visit-v
v visit-v anights. JwQ. Ferguson. CC :

i.-cage, i. or k. ana s.

Aerft No 1SH. Fraternal Or Or-I
I Or-I -les, meets every first and
1 T7cttiay in each month, at S
la C-xtla nalL Vlsltta broth-
r 5 rl T r-tirme.
? U. U Aclha. President
" v TT: r-w fcrtarrr

tary, the state and the people whom he
serves. ; We have every, confluence in
his honesty and ability, and with
pleasure recommend him' to the demo democratic
cratic democratic voters of the state. -
Capt. Lewis Is especially well quali qualified
fied qualified for the' position' he is -a candidate
for and will receiver a large vote In
this section. Gainesville Sun.


T Appear n the Florida Ballot.
Harmon Playta; Second Fiddle
::"Y : to tne Alabaman
Tampa, March 27. The contest in
the presidential '. preference primary in
Florida will be confined to Wood row
Wilson and Oscar Underwood.-according
"to the official list of those who
have qualified issued by State Chair Chairman
man Chairman William H. Price yesterday. Al Although
though Although the final date for qualification
is April 1, statements have been is issued
sued issued from the Clark and Harmon
headquarters that the names of these
two candidates will not appear on the
Florida ballot.

A. beautiful line of stationery and
box paper at Ty dings & Co.

Cotton Plant, March 27.- A heavy
rain fell here' Sunday, which made a
change for cooler weather.
Mrs. L. C. Bell of Croom arrived
here last Friday and will spend sev several
eral several weeks with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. D. M. Barco.
Mr. Frank Morris of Arcadia arriv arrived
ed arrived Saturday to spend a few days with
his brother on Sunny Slope Farm.
Misses Alta Beck and Carrie Barco
spent last Wednesday night with the
Misses Eramitt of Leroy and enjoyed
the evening making and eating candy.
Miss Alta Beck returned from her
home Sunday afternoon and spent the
night with Miss Carrie Barco.
Messrs. Morris and Charles Veal
visited the Brick City Tuesday.
Mrs. L. C. Bell and Miss Carrie Barco
spent Monday niht with Mrs. J. S.
Miss Margaret Bell spent Tuesday
night with Miss Alma Emmitt of Le-

There will be preaching at St. Johns
on April 7th (first sermon). An Easter
sermon will be delivered at that time.
All are invited to attend tfiis service.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock and
sermon at 11 o'clock.
Cotton Plant school closes Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. The scholars and patrons will
enjoy a little picnic on the school
grounds Thursday.

NO. 19, 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. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary.


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.
Your druggist will refund money if
PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any
case of Itching. Blind. Bleeding or Pro Protruding
truding Protruding Piles In 6 to 14 days. 50c

fruitstands or the peddlers to do

business. Oranges would freeze in

transit from warehouses to the stores,

and it was an impossibility to cart

them, unboxed, in peddlers wagons
or offer them for sale on peddlers'

stands. This was another very seri serious
ous serious and unexpected handicap for com comparative
parative comparative results. But in spite of all
that, the sales of Florida oranges In
the month of January this year, net netted
ted netted the growers at least three times
as much money per box on the trees
as they did in January of the preced preceding
ing preceding year.
The citrus crop of Florida will
average a higher price to the growers
this year than it has in any one of
the last ten years. Grapefruit opened
at $3.50, f. o. b. cars, and it has
steadily increased to where sales
have been made in February in car carload
load carload lots at $6.00 a box, f. o. b. cars
packing house.
Some timid, shortsighted growers
sold their oranges last summer and
early fail at from 70 to 80 cents a box
oh the trees, and thought they were
doing a good thing. Their neighbors,
who were, and remained, outside the
Exchange, have sold their oranges

since that time, by following the :
advice of the Exchange, at from $1.25
to $1.40 a box on the trees; while the
members of the Exchange, who were
progressive enough to have their fruit

put. up in modern houses, under mod modern
ern modern methods, have netted as high as
two dollars a box on the trees and
higher in many Instances so that
there is no question but that the
average price received, f. o. b. pack packing
ing packing house, Florida, for the entire
citrus fruit crop this year has been
not less than 50 cents a box higher
than was received the preceding year,
in spite of the dire prediction of the
"Green Fruiters."
The foregoing being the case, we
presume that the Exchange and its
supporters will be perfectly willing
to take on themselves the onus of
that portion of the "Pink Sheet's'
statement which reads: "Their only
solace will be: 'The Exchange did
it" '
This brings us to another point.
Our county has certain candidates for
the state Legislature and the State
Senate, who are asking for your suf suffrage
frage suffrage to place them in those bodies as
your representatives. Have not the
evidence and results of the present
citrus season justified you in demand-

ing OI tnese wuutuue i:&ioka.wia
their pledge to support the "Anti "Anti-Green
Green "Anti-Green Fruit Bill," and is it not a fair
question to ask them to pledge them themselves
selves themselves publicly before the primaries
and before their election that they are
going to stand flat for the enforce enforcement,
ment, enforcement, not only of the present so-call

ed "Green Fruit Law," but lor an
amendment to it, if necessary, that
will put "sharper teeth" -in that law
than it now has?
Under the "Green Fruit Law" as it
now stands, its enforcement practi practically
cally practically lies in the hands of the Depart Department
ment Department of Agriculture, and the Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner of Agriculture can make or un unmake
make unmake the effectiveness of this law.

The late Commissioner of Agriculture,
as fine a man as he was, was either
misled or erred in his judgment very
sadly as to the importance of the en enforcement
forcement enforcement of this law, and could not
be induced to have his inspectors
make an earnest effort to assist the
local authorities in checking the
packing and shipping, from this state
of green oranges.
The only set of laws on the statute
books in Florida that enable any of official,
ficial, official, or set of officials, to seize by
law suspected samples of food pro products
ducts products that are being handled in-violation
of the law are the pure food laws
so authorizing the inspectors under
the control of the Commissioner of
There will have to be a new Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner of Agriculture elected at
the comming election, and it would
poem wise for the citrus growers of
the state to demand-of each candidate
who presents himself for the position
of State Commissioner of Agriculture
to publicly pledge himself to see to it
that his department lends its aid in
every way to suppressing this evil,
if he is elected. This is especially
necessary as the lesson of the past,
year has demonstrated to the citrus
growers of this state tha. the fuure
success of the citrrs industry depends
almost wholly on the entire suppres
sion of the shipment of citrus fruit?
out of this state either oranges or
grapefruit which are sour, immature,
unripe or otherwise unSt for human

The growers themselves must take
this position and must make this de demand
mand demand and show by their interest and
by their work and their votes, their
power to protect their own welfare.

The ladies of this section are .cordially invited to
come in and look at the beantif nl new J)rec3rGccl3
and Trimmings, of all the latest domestic and Xcic.!ja
...... .- . .
An Elegant Line of Levies' cn CZCrc'o
Ready-to-lVcsr Garments.
The Spring Line of Shoes and Uztlzzy 3
NowCocxplete. v;
Our Mr. Ben Rheinauer spent a month in the ctr ctr-kets
kets ctr-kets and has surpassed all former efforts in the va variety
riety variety and loveliness of the goods bought fox the
spring trade of 1912. '



both parties to the contention could
not be right, and time alone would
demonstrate which was.
It will be remembered that while
the Florida Citrus Exchange was ac accused
cused accused of being the sole champion of
the green fruit prohibition, that there
were many of the big independent, or
individual, interests in the state that
were inclined to agree with them.
For instance, John T. Fuller, of Or

lando, Fla., one of the biggest in independent
dependent independent shippers in the state and
the owner of the famous "Xigger
Baby' brand, was outspoken in his
support of the non-shipment of green
fruit policy. On the other hand, the
independent dealers almost to a man
were just as outspoken in their
claims that the prohibition of the
shipping of gree'n fruit spelt the ruina ruination
tion ruination of the Florida industry.
The principal contention was that
if nothing but ripe fruit was shipped
out of Florida that it meant the con concentration
centration concentration of enormous shipments 'in 'into
to 'into such a short space of time that the
crop could not have been marketed
except at great loss, from the fact
that markets all over the country
would be overcrowded with ship

ments, and there could be no sale for
The Exchange and its supporters
claimed, on the other hand, that the
;normous consuming power of the
Public' was not realized by these green
fruit shippers if the fruit was put in
their hands in the condition fit to eat;
or, in" other words, that while ship shipments
ments shipments of fifty cars a day of sour and
immature fruit would glut the mar markets
kets markets thoroughly and pile up hundreds
of thousands of boxes of unsold and
unsalable fruit, that if the fruit was
not shipped at all until it was really
fit to eat, that instead of piling up,

unsold and unsalable, in the markets,
it would be eaten as fast as it could
be shipped, even though the shipping
facilities of the state were taxed to
their utmost in getting the stuff out.
Unfortunately, the shipment of

green fruit out of the state was not
entirely stopped, even by the strenu strenuous
ous strenuous efforts that were made to ac accomplish
complish accomplish this result; but everybody
will admit that it was severely check checked.
ed. checked. The shipments during the
montlis of September and October
were several hundred cars less than
the preceding year. The November
shipments were very much less than
any November for many years preced preceding.
ing. preceding. Notwithstanding this fact, there
were still several hundred cars oi
fruit shipped out of the state that
should not have been shipped. Had
these cars been kept at home, the

results it is claimed by the Ex Exchange
change Exchange supporters would have been
even more marked than they have
The practically exclusive organ of
the "Green Fruiters'' last fall was
the so-called "Pink Sheet,' and in
their issue of October 23, 1911. they
make a flat prophecy that the Florida
orange crop of 1911-1912 would net 25
cents a box less than the crop of the
preceding season, simply on account
of the damage done to the reputation
of the Florida orange by the so-called
"Poison Telegram" having been sent
throughout the country in order to
induce consumers not to be stung' by
buying immature, unripe Florida
oranges, a literal quotation from this
publication being as follows:
"A loss of 25 cents on each box on
a five million box crop means growers
will pay a cool million and a quarter
dollars for the result of the Ex Exchange's
change's Exchange's brilliant lettergram. And
there are observing dealers who be believe
lieve believe that the crop will not average
within 25 cents as much as it did
during the season, comparing like
conditions, month by month.
Their only solace will be: 'The Ex Exchange
change Exchange did it.' Ail of the growers of
the state must pay the bill."

So much for prophecy and so much world almavacs

for theorv. What havs hppn thf Te-. World Almanac, issue of 1912, 35

suits? Florida has shipped up to cents each, on sale at Ballard's news

March 1. practically the same amount

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year. They shipped, up to Christmas
practically the same amount of fruit
that they did last year, although the
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Manchester Cabman Refused to Stand
, for the fit Nature of the
Famous Judge.
The bluntneas and impetuosity of
Lord Russell of Klllowen often caused
him to do and say things for which he
was -afterwards genuinely sorry, and
sometimes led him to get, quite unex unexpectedly,
pectedly, unexpectedly, a Roland for -his Oliver. This
happened on one occasion in Manches

ter. He and a junior Btarted for an ap- j
pointment one afternoon when Russell

was in a very disagreeable mood.
Things had 'not' been going well durr
ing the day. The cabman was a big,
powerful, athletic-looking, fellow. On
approaching the cab,. Russell, as was
his wont; closely scanned the horse
and the man. ."Why," said he, "a big,
powerful fellow like you ought not to
be driving a cab; you ought to be do doing
ing doing something else."
; "What the deuce is it to you, said
the cabman, "what I do? -Get into the
cab, and mind your own business.
. RusselL" Barry O'Brien tells us, in
. his "Life of the famous judge, read
little. He was too much a man of ac action
tion action to be a man of books, T- but
wherever he went he always carried
two books in his bag-Locke ?On the
Human Understanding" and the "Imi "Imitation
tation "Imitation of Christ. He liked novels of
excitement "Monte Cristo" was a
special favorite. He read Gaboriau's
books, dipped into Tolstoi and Tour Tour-guenien,
guenien, Tour-guenien, and once, when he was ill at
Leeds, he got his chief clerk, Mr.
Block, to read the 1 "Adventures : of
Sherlock Holmes to him. But Rus Russell
sell Russell made a bad blunder through lack
of literary knowledge. On 6ne occa occasion,'
sion,' occasion,' when he was introduced to Mr.
Stanley Weyman,: he wished to be
civil to that distinguished author, so
he said: "My young people, Mr. Wey Wey-man,l
man,l Wey-man,l sneak constantly of your books,
and tell me I ought to read them. I
have read your Prisoner of Zenda'
with much pleasure.".
"Oh? That's the other man, said
Stanley .Weyman.Y.' -V, : ?

AiaDama, xnougn unaer xne wrv.,
proved as perilous a craft for this
country for long subsequently, as she
had done, .when, afloat, to the north northern
ern northern states. The only good., that re resulted
sulted resulted fropi her existence, indeed,
was to afford the first effective
chance of proving the value of inter international
national international arbitration. Westminster


. Shlpa That Made History.
, It la surely the Tery irony of cir circumstance
cumstance circumstance which couples the names
of the Alabama and the Kearsarge
among" the 'twelve' American battle battle-shrps
shrps battle-shrps which the secretary of the navy
has reported to congress as no longer
to be regarded- as available for the
first line of battle, and necessary to
be replaced by 1920. Not far short
of half a century has passed since
that famous Sunday morning in June
aJmoat: as" famous in its assistance
to the taakfns of history as another
June Sunday of ; close upon half a
century before which witnessed ''Wa ''Waterloowhen
terloowhen ''Waterloowhen the Federal war steam steamer
er steamer Kearsarge fought and sank the
Confederate cruiser Alabama in the
reads -oft : Cherbourg.- f- .The thrilling
stor? off the fight was in all "men's
'mouths for years' afterward : and the

Heavy Grief.
As a specimen of heavy grief we
have seen nothing more heart-rending
than the following obituary notice,
published in a German paper:
"Today red, tomorrow dead. So it
was with my wife,1 who only seven
days ,ago 'was springing over bench
and table,, and was buried yesterday.
During her life she was a live woman,
who did not easily mistake an X for
a tJ. For that reason everybody can
tell the extent of my sorrow; so young
and so merry, and now buried. What
Is human life? I have said to myself
repeatedly within the past few days,
and also yesterday in the church yard
when I paid the sexton, who will also
keep the grave mound in order. So
cheerful a wife I shall certainly never,
never, find again, and therefore, my sor sorrow
row sorrow is a righteous one. I wish that heav heaven
en heaven preserve any man from a similar
sad fate, and thank for the flowers, as
well as the Herr Cantor, the music
master of the choir, for the grave grave-hymn,
hymn, grave-hymn, which went; through and
through me, but was very well sung.
Ackerman, Master-Locksmith." From
the Narrator.

Her u!e With Husbands.
Miss Kate Riverton Byles, one of
the. suffragist leaders of Colorado,
said at a recent suffragist dinner in
Cripple Creek:
"Opponents of woman's suffrage
would have you believe that a vote
turns a woman into a monster. Yet,
when a young man, arriving at the
age of twenty-one, gets the vote, does
he, or does he not, become a monster?
"But to hear the anti-suffragists talk
you'd think that every voting woman
was like that lady, rich in her own
iright, to whom her husband said:
"My suspicions are at last con confirmed.
firmed. confirmed. We part forever from this
, "But the guilty lady retorted
"Not at all, sir. Not at all. It's
my invariable rule to require a
month's notice from every husband.

"Bliggins friendship seems to flat flatter
ter flatter you."
; "It doesn't flatter me," said the
cynical statesman, "but it encourages
me. He Is one of those people who
never trouble themselves to be af affable
fable affable except to those who axe re regarded
garded regarded as liable to have some pull."

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Where Man Merely Creeps by Logic,
Woman Leaps by Intuition at
Single Bound.

Som one has said-

"When a man has toiled step by
; step up a flight of stairs he will be

sure to find a woman at the top, but
she may not be able to tell how she
got there."
- A man comes up to a conclusion by
the slow steps of delicate logic. In Instinctively
stinctively Instinctively the woman reaches it by a
single bound.
Therefore, should you contemplate
some important step without having
cdhsulted your wife don't!
. Her intuitive Insight may be worth
more than your deliberate reasoning.
Especially is the normal average wo woman
man woman quick to see the right or wrong
involved in a proposition. She jumps
over subtle distinctions and evasive
phrasing and lands on the firm foot footing
ing footing of eternal righteousness.
Ethically every woman is a seer.
And especially clear are the eyes of
a wife in any matter involving the
welfare or the good name of her fam family.
ily. family. Make your wife a close confidant In
all things, and the sequel will prove
her wisdom.
There was Vietoria Colonna,
She Is a strong character In the his history
tory history of her times. Her husband was
a friend of the great Charles V. At
one time her husband was offered the
crown of Naples if he would join the
league against Charles. The man was
strongly tempted. He referred the
matter to his wife. She bade him
spurn the proposal.
Not every wife would thus refuse to
be queen. Eut
Most wives would!
Because the alliance contemplated
the base betrayal of a friend, and the
heart of a true woman instinctively is
turned against such baseness.
Seek your wife's advice. She Is your
best friend, your most competent and
wisest counselor.
- -The writ er: speaks from -long exper experience.
ience. experience. Almost invariably he has made
a mistake when- he failed to confer
with his wife -or has proceeded contrary-to
her advice.
. A wife will- help to clear away diffi difficulties
culties difficulties -and -suggest ways and means
that might not occur to the husband.
"Two heads are better than one,"
especially, if one be a woman's head."
-Chattanooga Times.

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A Romance of Colorado
Bener Mm. "Hsu ud tt Kb.
wy.- "A. 4m Spub Fly Upwud1
ESsstntisBi by EBLnrmtik T
(CopjrrigiU, mi, bjr W. O. Claapauur
it was a aeciaeaiy wratnrui momtt momtt-ual
ual momtt-ual who confronted Stephen Maitland
a few moments afterward in the li library,
brary, library, for Armstrong was not accus accustomed
tomed accustomed to such cavalier treatment, and
had Maitland been other than Enid's
father he would have given more out outward
ward outward expression at his indignation
over the discourtesy In his reception.
"Mr. James Armstrong, I believe,"
began Mr. Maitland, looking at the
card in his hand.
Tes,sir ;
"Er -from Colorado?
"And proud of it."
"Ah, I dare say. I believe you wish wished
ed wished to see me about
"Your daughter, sir."
"And in what way are you concern concerned
ed concerned about her, sir?"
"I wish to make her my wife."
"Great God!" exclaimed the older
man in a voice equally divided be between
tween between horror and astonishment.
"How dare you, sir? You amaze me
beyond measure with your infernal
"Excuse me, Mr. Maitland," inter interposed
posed interposed Armstrong quickly and with
great spirit and determination, "but
where I come from we don't allow
anybody to talk to us in this way.
You are Enid's father and a much old older
er older man than I, but I cant permit you
"Sir," said astounded .Maitland,
drawing himself up at this bold flout flout-ing,'
ing,' flout-ing,' "you may be a very worthy young
man, I have no doubt of it, but- it is
out' of the question. My daughter
Again a less excited hearer might
have noticed the emphasis In the pronoun--
"Why, she is half-way engaged to
me now," interrupted the younger
man with a certain contemptuous
amusement in his voice. "Look here,
Mr. Maitland, I've knocked around this
world a good deal. I know what's
what. I know all about you eastern
people and 1 don't fancy you any
more th ah you fancy us. Miss Enid Is
quite unspoiled ye and that is why I
want her. I'm well able to take care
of her, too; I don't know what you've
got or how you got it, but I can corns
near laying down dollar for dollar
with you, and mine's all clean money
mines, cattle, lumber and It's all
good money. I made it myself. I left
her two weeks ago with her promise
that she- would think very seriously
of my suit. Afteril came back to Den Denver
ver Denver I was called east I made up my
mind that I'd come here when I'd fin finished
ished finished my business and have it out
with you. Now, you can treat me like
a dog if you want to, but if you expect
to keep peace in the family, you'd bet better
ter better not, for I tell you plainly, whether
you give your consent or not, I mean
to win her. All I want is her consent,
and I've "pretty nearly got that."
, Mr. t Stephen Maitland was black
with anger at this clear, unequivocal,
determined statement of the case
from Armstrong's point of view.
"I would rather see her dead," he
exclaimed with angry stubbornness,
"than married to a man like you.
How dare you force yourself into my
house and insult me in this way?
Were I not an old man I would show
you, I would give you a taste of your
own manner,"'1
The old man's white mustache fair-
"What Is it?" He Asked Eagerly.
ly quivered with what he believed to
be righteous- indignation. He stepped
over to the other and looked hard at
him, his eyes blazing, his ruddy
cheeks redder than ever. The two
men confronted each other unflinch unflinchingly
ingly unflinchingly for a moment, then Mr. Maitland
touched a bell button in the wall by
his side. Instantly the footman made
his appearance.
"James," said the old man, his voice
shaking and his knees trembling with
passion, which he did not quite suc succeed
ceed succeed In controlling, despite a desper desperate
ate desperate effort. "Show this er gentle gentleman
man gentleman the door. Good morning, sir; our
first and last interview is over."
He bowed with ceremonious polite politeness
ness politeness as he spoke, becoming more and
more composed as he felt himself
mastering the situation. And Arm Armstrong,
strong, Armstrong, to do him justice, knew a gen gentleman
tleman gentleman when he saw him, and secretly
admired the older man and began to
feel a touch of shame at his own rude
way of putting things.
"Beg pardon, sir," said the footman,
breaking the awkward silence, "but
here is a telegram that has Just come,
sir." . .-V
There was nothing for Armstrong to
do or say. Indeed, having expressed
himself so unrestrainedly to his rapid-

fy-racreasing regret; as tne oia irtan
took the. telegram, he turned away is
considerable dXKCsStnrft, James bow bow-ing
ing bow-ing .-before him at th door opening
intqt the. hall and following him as he
slowly passed out. Hr. Stephen Mait Maitland
land Maitland mijhanically and with great de deliberation
liberation deliberation and with no premonition of
evil tidings, tore open the yellow en envelope
velope envelope and glanced at the dispatch.
Neither the visitor nor the footman
had got -out of sight or hearing when
they heard the old man groan and
fall hack helplessly, into a chair. Both
men. turned and ran back to the door,
for there was that In the exclamation
which gave rise to instant apprehen apprehension.
sion. apprehension. Stephen Maitland now, as white
as death, sat collapsed in the chair
gasping for breath, his hand on his
heart: the telegram lay open on the
floor. Armstrong recognized the se seriousness
riousness seriousness of the situation, and in
three steps was by the other's side.
"What is It?" he asked eagerly, his
hatred and resentment vanishing at
the sight of the old man's ghastly,
stricken, countenance,
- "Enid!" gasped her father. "I said
I would rather see her dead, but it
is not true I
James Armstrong was a man of
prompt decision, without a moment's
hesitation he picked up the telegram;
it was, full of explicity, thus It read:
"We were encamped last week in
the mountains. Enid went down the
canon .for a, day's fishing alone.- A sud sudden
den sudden cloudburst filled the canon, wash washed
ed washed away-.. the camp. Enid undoubted undoubtedly
ly undoubtedly got caught In the torrent and was
drowned. We have found some of her
clothing, but not her body. (Have
searched every foot of the canon.
Think body has got into the lake, now
frozen, snow falling, mountains Im Impassable;
passable; Impassable; will search for her in the
spring when the winter breaks. I am
following this telegram in person by
the first train. Would rather have
died a thousand deaths than had this
happen. God help us.
Armstrong read it, stared at it a
moment, frowning heavily, passed it
over to the footman and turned to the
stricken father.
"Old man, I loved her," he said,
simply- "I "love her still; I believe
that she. loves me. They haven't
found her body, clothes mean noth nothing.,
ing., nothing., I'll find her, ril search the moun mountains
tains mountains until I do. Don't give way;
something tells me that she's alive,
and I'll find" her."
"If you do," said the broken old
man, -erushed by Jhe swift and awful
response to his thoughtless. exclamaJ.
tion,. "and she loves you, you shall
have her for your wife."
"It doesn't need that to make me
find her," answered Armstrong grim grimly,
ly, grimly, "she is a woman, lost in the moun mountains
tains mountains in the winter, alone. They
shouldn't have given up the search'
I'll find her as there Is a. God above
me whether she's for" me or not." ?
A good deal of a man, this James
Armstrong of "Colorado, in spite of
many things in. his past of which he
thought sd little-that he lacked the
grace, to be ashamed of them. Stephen
Maitland looked at him with a cer certain
tain certain respect and a growing hope, as
he stood there in the library, stern,
resolute, strong.
Perhaps 1 j

(Continued Tomorrow)
Squirrels' Team Work.
The members of an outing expedi expedition
tion expedition in-Kew England .while tenting Id
a grove near a .glen witnessed an in incident
cident incident that seemed to show a friendly
understanding among squirrels.
The members had just finished
theirndinner; but .were still "at stable"
when' a squirrel with glistening, eager
eyes -came creeping down & tree' that
stocd near.. He crep nearer and near nearer,
er, nearer, ahd finally leaped upon the im improvised
provised improvised table.
Seeing that the woman who was
presiding at table extended him a
silent invitation, to help himself to
what he might like, the little fellow
made bold to creep up to a loaf ol
bread from which only a slice or two
had been cut. He seized it and drag dragged
ged dragged it to the side of the table and
somehow managed to scramble down
the side with it to the ground. He
then -fixed his teeth in the crust and
dragged it away and down the steep
sides of the glen, r
But when he reached the bottom
and confronted the steep rise on the
other, side it was too much for him.
Then he gave a sort of call, which
seemed to be understood, for, soon
squirrels were seen coming from sev several
eral several directions. They crowded around
him, -and after a little conference all
took hold, and with tug and strain
they managed to bring the loaf to
the. top of the hill and disappeared
with it in the woods beyond.
All the Same to Him.
When Gifford Plnchot and Miles
Poindexter were up in Alaska last
summer, they had a guide who was a
hearty-eater. He ate. all the time
he i ; was cooking, continued to eat
f whiles Pinchot and Poindexter were
at their meal, and would still be eat eating
ing eating long after the others had ceased
picking their teeth.
The guide was particularly fond of
grouse, which are moderately plentiful
in some parts of Alaska. Pinchot and
Poindexter would eat a grouse apiece,
but the guide would consume four or
fiver- with apparent relish. Senator
Poindexter felt that the thing to do
was to shoot more grouse and give
the guide his fill. They didn't get
a shot at any grouse right away, but
Poindexter kept in practice by bring bringing
ing bringing down a couple of sea gulls. A
sea gull is about as delicate a morsel
as a turkey buzzard, or a harpy.
Later in the day Pinchot saw some
feathers scattered about the camp.
"What happened to those gulls? be
"Oh," replied the guide with a yawn,
"I got tired seein 'em around and I
Just et 'em."
Is an almost certain result of kid kidney
ney kidney trouble. Dr. Toomer. 803 E. Olive
SL, Bloomington, I1L, says: I suffered
with backache and pains in my kid kidneys
neys kidneys which were almost unbearable. I
gave Foley Kidney Pills a good trial,
and they done wonders for me. .Today
I can do a hard day's work and not
fesl the effects." Sold by the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.



Considering the manner in which tlia cr: ;
climbing higher and higher, it is necessary r v
cise greater economy in spending their moii:
where I come in. As I was compelled in m C2
to retain my stock of ReadyanaoVLlen's '-.CllI
I now have on hand a largeiine which IJprn;
prices that will certainly mean "making the,?
for those who take advantage of the oppcrir oppcrir-disposed
disposed oppcrir-disposed of the Globe I had a number of p 7

Clothing, and as they were made un mscMhr. r-'-r mo

manufacturers refused to allow a-tcelfatidntdi iiie or
These clothes have now' begun to arrive and my ream b L
ited I must get rid of them and l am going to do it in -short
time if Low Prices for High Quality Goods count 1
anything. Then too; I am in the same position in recri
my line of Shoes. I can save you dollars on cnytliih :
these lines, and all I ask is that you sfep into my store c:
let me prove it to you. My Guarantee: I guarantci io -st"
you from $1 to $3 on your suit If your cash is Kaiited c
you wish to secure a suit, you can do so by payihg a smc
deposit .. 1 -"" :

Always have on hand

Watches,' Diamonds, Rinijs,. Revolvers c3G..-C!id
Instroments, Mechanic's TccIs. Ec.tvj Ic:3
cheaper than nayene. :



Tightness' in
Couah means

Is Ah TSl&kto6TtomJto

tt relieres tlokliair in the throat, tightness in the chest Inflamed ICT2slt tmtMnx and
wheeslng In-the bronchial tubes. Conreya a soothing, heallnjr infloeace to thecsre 19, promotes
. easT expectoration and contributes to the enjoyment,, of a attlet night and restld
Put Up in Thrco Sizes, 20c, B(Ba"i"dW0tt
Bny the Dollar size. It contains fire times as much as the Ho Stt&Taad you get with each bottle
' a Ir. HenickTs Red Pepper Porous Plaster for the chest. .. --.'


For Sore Bm Gramniated BeiaeM mt th Bxejkail. weak sft, tmmtlma taascas la the Eye.
L-.y ., ae,Steheaa Bye.Satve. Tt lmmm SIfWS s-A -,
loto Ann UecohmenbidI V n
" .. all DBiieeim w ; -, '

J. M. MEFFERT, President.
J. K. CHRISTIAN, Vice President


We Man nf act ore a Superior Fertil Fertilizer
izer Fertilizer for
$11 fit FOR Si
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; SO acres
well fenced in perfect cultivation, well
equipped with work stock. Implements,
vehicles, harness and feed. Plant will
Inventory 17000, but must go at once.
All ready for Immediate occupancy.
For all particulars see or write,
J. H. BRINSON. Owner,
At Courthouse. Ocala. FJa.
C A. Glossner. s Ontario St., Ro Rochester,
chester, Rochester, N. Y., has recorered from a
long and severe attack of kidney trou trouble,
ble, trouble, his cure being due to Foley Kidney
Pills. After detailing his case, he says.
1 am only sorry, I did not learn sooner
of Foley Kidney Pills. In a few day's
time my backache completely left me
and I felt greatly improved. My kid kidneys
neys kidneys became stronger, dizzy spells left
me and I was no longer ; annoyed at
night. I feel 100 per cent better since
using Foley Kidney Pills.". Sold by
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore,


.. 1.

a nnmfczr ol Unr23s3 K:b, sziS c

-tsi "' -

the (jhest. Irritation In the Throat anda Dry ,p;-r3;
a miserable night for the whole family. .-'"' :



I wish to announce to the public that : I am operctirj
a first-class Livery, Sale and Feed Stable at ay own bnrrrr,
on West Fort King Avenue, next bIock wc:t of Thccr Thccr-Zachry
Zachry Thccr-Zachry Company. I have first-claea bujfjy, coddle and cr
riage horses, new and fiist-claE.5
drummers' rigs. 3 acd
know eveiT road in the county
I have some esDeciallvnice. stock and ritd for toT7n

driving, and I make a specialty of tfavelir i cch'o busincdi
and can please them. First-claea ccrvico end modcrcto
prices guarantee. Horses boarded by incl, day or months

J. D. McDUFFY, LivGry

Phone No. 29

-L3 -C

J. LT. Treasurer.
i AT xVOI7Z0T PiaC3
' '.C:'-"r,Kr:;"-:


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i vi -71


- litre la & dime. Car It Kot larga amount, yon say? -No. you're
i'-t,, yit It represents ten par ctat Interest on on dollar for a year. It's
t illttla things that count la this Ufa- niatory Ulla ns that the Duke of
.rfcIrrton attribute! the victory of the Allies at Waterloo to the closing of
tha ITasomont CastU caUa by Jzz&z XIcDowell and John Graham. It wai a
arzi'A thins" Dut the resulu have bean marvelous as we look back over the
tatirrtnlas years. Philip D. Armour knew the value of little things- They
ny fc packed evenrthinsr but the last breata of a hog utilising the waste in
tha ctiaufacture of by-product mada him wealthy. The small boy by stick stick-Is?
Is? stick-Is? tts finger in the leak In the dam saved Holland from destruction. A.
few drops of water on a stone makes no "Impression the constant drip
vrexrs away the stone. The little point on the auger prepares the way for
ttr :rsre bored hole. A single grain of corn produces from one to two per cars. And so the little dime Is a part of a dollar. Dollars at Interest
I rz lace dollars Just As surely as the seed sown on-rich ground brings forth
l.x abundant harvest Then save the DIME! -Watch it grow.



In Effect Sunday, March lOttv 19 1 2


': Lava . 1 1 .Palatka. .

A . v .... ... w.. . .

... '1 a.
12:20 p.

Tim. IT Pauvanr v C

Leave ...... .Palatka :is p.
Arrive i ..Ocala. ...... ,7:45 p.



, Ne.,15 PaaaeBger

Leare ...... rauLi&t 4 xv.vv a. iu.

- A.X live vAce a

Iff a. 12 Paaeeager

Leave .......Ocala .......7:30 a. m.

Arrive .. Palatka ....il0:10 a. m.

No. 14 Passenger

Leave ...... .Ocala .......2:30 p. m.

Arrive .......Palatka .......4:50 p. m

':; Ho. 18 -Leave
........Ocala 1:30 p. m

Arrive .......Palatka -..5:50 p. m.


Moose meet tomorrow night.
Call for a box of free matches at B.


Mr. W. J. Crosby of Citra was at the

Colonial last night.

Flower seeds and bulbs of all kinds

at Tydings & Co.

Mr. It. T. Youngblood of Safety Har

bor was at the Ocala House last night

Call for a box of free matches at B.


Mr. J. L. Gardner of California was

at the Colonial last night.


Will Give Their Last Performs at
the Air Dome This Evealaa;

LOST Small gold bar pin

safety hook. Return to Star office.

Last night the little girl actresses at
the Air Dome gave a very pretty per performance.
formance. performance. These two little girls are
showing the true "grit" that is in them
In filling a contract for their father.
The father was called away yesterday
on business, and these two little girls
are filling the contract he made for
the first three nights of this week. -and
for such small girls they are simply
wonderful. Tonight is their last night,
and they will give a new act and a
new dance, and are sure to please ev everybody.
erybody. everybody. The pictures at the Air Dome now
are the best that come into Florida,
and they are all fine ones. Tonight's
program will be as follows:
A Gay Time In New York City. A
roaring comic.


He Fought for the U. S. A. A pretty
military drama.

Little Elise

better today.

Graham Is somewhat

Mr. E. P.


Thagard left today for

Mr, W. F. Marlowe left today for
business visit to Jacksonville.

Miss N. M. Tayfor left for her home
In Brooklyn. N. Y., today.

Lady's diamond locket, worth 125.
First comer gets it for $95 this week
only. B. Goldman.

The Fannie R. Gary Missionary So Society
ciety Society will meet tomorrow afternoon at
3:30 o'clock in the Baptist church.

Cook your next roast In a paper Tag,
and get the bag from the Post Office
Drug Store. 25c the package.

, L. C. Brown, Jr., J. E. Ellerbe, Jr.,
and C. R. Loud of Jessup, Ga.. were at
the Ocala House last night.


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

Daily. r-:r. v : .
Dally Except Sundays. : :- r' :J:
Connects at Ocala with Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic; Coast Line
Connects at Palatka with Q. S. & P., P. E. C. and A. C. L.
S. P. nOIXINOAUEe General Pacocnoer Agent,

ITfjoro.. io I Gaffjj Qno


W n n

Captain Tucker and Legislator Light
went down to Dunnellon -on a little
pre-campaign scout this morning.

Car Inspector Geo. E. Shuey of the
Seaboard Air Line -received today a
telegram from Mrs. Bertha Davis, in
Tampa, announcing the death of her
husband, Mr. Paul C." Davis, who died
in that city this morning. Mr. Shuey
will go to Tampa tonight, to act as
pall bearer at the funeral.
Paul C. Davis lived In Ocala a num number
ber number of years and made many friends

nere. tie was proprietor oi toe .Mon .Montezuma
tezuma .Montezuma barbershop and owned a pret pretty
ty pretty home on South Watula street.
About five years ago, owing to fail failing
ing failing health, he sold out here and re removed
moved removed to Colorado. He returned from
the west last autumn and went to
Tampa, where he remained until his
Mr. Davis was in Ocala about three
months ago, and was looking so well
that his friends believed he had many
years before him, and all are surpris surprised
ed surprised to hear of his death. Paul Davis
was rough and eccentric in some of his
ways, but was very kind-hearted and
faithful to his friends. He was a mem member
ber member of the Odd Fellow and Woodmen
lodges of this city, but allowed his
membership to lapse. He joined the
Elks in Colorado, and was presumably

a member at the time of his death.



Thursday morning. March 28th. Mr.

W. L Phillips, the celebrated Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville real estate agent and auctioneer,

will sell at public auction the re remaining
maining remaining lots owned by the Jackson

ville Development Company in the

pretty residential sub-division. Pal Palmetto
metto Palmetto Park, In the southeastern por portion
tion portion of Ocala.
The sale will begin at 10 o'clock in
the morning. Fifty dollars In gold
will be given as prizes, free, to those

attending. Free transportation to and

from tKfe sale will be supplied. Pal Palmetto
metto Palmetto Park is the best, closest in and
most desirable residential section in
every sense of the word that is now on
the market in Ocala. It Is thought
that every lot will be sold at a good


The many friends of Miss Creola N"ix
will be much surprised to hear of her
approaching marriage to an Ocala
boy. Miss Nix is the eldest daughter
of Mr. I. W. Nix. the well known far farmer
mer farmer of the City of Oaks. There will
be some long faces around soon, the
automobiles won't run right and the
horses won't drive natural. When an
Ocala boytops his 1912 auto in front
of a farm house three nights in every
week there is something doing.

We do paperhanging and decorating,
etc., as well. See Denno about it. Al Al-varea
varea Al-varea street.

Mr. Tom' Pritchett came up from
Candler this morning and went down
in South Florida on Sunnyjlm.

. Cooking with paper tags? Call us
up for- a package at "5c. The Post
Office Drug Store,

Tt:z OVZ3 TO


Always remember the fall name.
tzr this- signature on every box.

cvzz a csld m err day.

Mr. and Mrs.. Guy Tojph'and the chil

dren returned this afternoon from

their outing at Eastlake.



Get your prescriptions nned by Beck
at the Court Pharmacy and know they
are right.

Mr. J. C. Xorris. of the Ocala Foun Foundry,
dry, Foundry, returned to Ocala yesterday aftr
ernoon. bringing with him thebody of
his brother, Percy Lee Norris. who died
as the results of an accident in Bir Birmingham.
mingham. Birmingham. Ala., a week ago.
Young Norris, who was only seven

teen years of age. was a structural The

worker, and fell from the roof of aland

high building, the fall killing him in instantly.
stantly. instantly. Mr. J. C. Norris was informed
by wire, and left on the next traln to
bring the body home.
On their arrival in Ocala, the ; re-

Miss Minnie Stovall gave a linen

shower at the Country Club this after

noon In honor of Miss Alta Pearson,

who is a bride-elect. Mrs. J. W. Pear Pearson
son Pearson and Mrs. Mamie Ilowse Stovall

received the guests at the door. In

the receiving line were Misses Minnie
Stovall, Alta Tearson, Mrs. C. R.
Kreger, Miss Mary Burford. Miss Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Porter and Miss Eugenia Ful Fuller,
ler, Fuller, all of whom will be Miss Pear Pearson's
son's Pearson's attendants at her marriage. Miss
Stovall was assisted by Misses Jennie
Harrell, Lidie DesChamps, Esther and
Hallie Ley. Miss Beltie Wray Mclver
was in charge of the linen room. Mrs.
Clarence Camp, Mrs. Holder, Mrs.
Powers and Mrs. Koonce served punch
during the afternoon. Refreshments
were served. Miss Stovall will enter entertain
tain entertain the married ladies' club from 3
to 4, and the young ladies' club from
4 to 5, and the young gentlemen and
golf players will spend a ... pleasant
hour at the club house from 5 to 6..


are to be found in. every .(in .(inactivity..
activity.. .(inactivity.. They are alivo to t
situation that .,'.
are frequently necessary?

ranis immii v i
..'.-... v
. m. v 1
to its depositors, and receives der
posits subject to check at sight
Accounts of women especially in in-.
. in-. ;:: vited. t ' 1 J a
Safely Deposit I!xcs fer -PGd

H. D. STOKES, Cashier.


CAMP. Vice. Pres.



The Wednesday Morning Musical
met this morning at the Woman's Club
and held its regular weekly practice.

attendance was unusually large
much interest' was taken In the

Mrs. Gray read a very interesting
paper on early church music, which
showed much thought and study in its

preparation and ;was highly appreciat-

A lot of unredeemed revolvers of
the best makes, at reasonable prices.
B. .Goldman.

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

& Co.

ill; j. ; piiillips
Ccntractof ana DallCcr
' Clxan ana Hpeclficatlona Fornlslied
i i '::- Upon i -IleQiieLS; ;-i',;-
J 5; 123 Sootb Third Street A

co;im"CTon mid buiider

- otcr Tnn .
Paaalis Oeala far Orlaad
v ItSO NlsM
. -. -' .
PauiBS oal for Jaekaoavtlle
2tl9 NlsM '.
Far reaervatlea am lafe-naaifea
all aa .

. air IMMa(r Astet, :
Paeae 12V Uerebaatfa Clack


Lady's diamond locket, worth S125.

First for $95 this week

FROM SILVER SPRINGS I only." B. Goldman.

Kememoer tn oay ouiing on. me FOH SALE A few good rrfilk cows;

water Bunaay. rne uity, or jcaia is fresn t0 paiL jas. T. Rawls, Crystal

appointed to clear from Silver Springs River. 3-22-4tw

for the Oklawaha-river excursion at. 9

a. m. Tne Ucaia wortnern tram leaves for SALE At a barerain. an Indian

the Ocala Seaboard .station at 7:30 a. motorcvele in eood condition. Antilv

m. Fare for round trip on vessel is ouiat star office.

cents. Return In Silver Springs at
4:30' p. m. ; Albert Anson Graham.


A lot of unredeemed revolvers of

the best makes, at reasonable prices.
B. Goldman.

Lost. Sunday. March 17. In the road If you have a gun or a revolver for

between Reddick and Orange Lake, sale, bring It to me. I'll give you a

a side curtain to automobile tOD. The good trade. B. Goldman

finder will be given a suitable reward

on. sendinar or brlnsrlnar the curtain to Can furnish from one setting to

T. -T.; Munroe, Ocala." ; lone thousand pure bred Rhode Island

Red eggs for hatching at xlO per

FOR SALE h narea. Kd uarmlchael. Uctia.

At a regular meeting of th Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Christian -Temperance Union held
March 26, 1912, the following tribute

and 'resolutions were unanimously
Since-our last meeting God has call called
ed called from her earthly to her heavenly
home our v beloved, and loving sister.
Mrs. J. W. Akin, whose life exemplified
the beautiful lines:
' ---- ..
"She liveth long who;liveth well;"-.;
All other life Is short and vain.

She liveth longest who can tell
Of true things truly done each day."
Our sister was ever ready to give
of her time, her means, yea, herself, to
help every work' for God's glory, and
the uplift, of humanity. And as she
leaves us" for that better, life,, we can
sav with Frances Willard. that noble

founder of our organization, ,How

beautiful to be with God. Therefore
be it
Resolved, That- while we mourn her
loss, we bow. in humble submission to
the will of one who is too wise -to make

The Baptist Sewing Circle will hold Lot owners are requested to leave a mistake, and too -loving to be unkind.

a sale Friday, April &tn. Tnere win particulars and prices at Once with T. and that we each do all in our power

be linens, waist rronts, rancy articles t. Munroe, president; Marion County
suitable for gifts, also cakes, candy Hospital Association of suitable lot
and Easter eggs. Orders for cakes Qf about one or two acres.

mains were taken in charge by Mc- ed by her audience.

Iver & MacKay, and were interred by 1 The chorus and solos was then re-

them in Evergreen cemetery this aft- hearsed until adjournment an a very

ernoon. rne funeral services tooK prontaoie mommas worK was accom-

plaee at their chapel and were pre- plished by the musical.

sided over by Rev. W. II. Coleman.





rieaniag and Preaslas Neatly Dae 1
All work called for and delivered.
Satisfaction orvnq pay. 29 West Broad-

Phone 455. - '

and eggs will be appreciated and re

ceive special attention.



Fair tonight. Thursday fair east

and south, rain northwest portion.

The ladies of the sewing circle of

the Methodist church will have their j Alarm clocks of

annual Easter sale of fancy work, from 75 cents ud. B.

cakes and candy on Friday. March 29.

There will be a beautiful lot or fancy Mr. Leslie Home continues

work to select from. Inrove

standard makes

to im-

A ae4, pair af ve-year old work J found Bay colt about two years

asalea for aale eaeaa. Apply ta Georarelold, three white feet, blaze face, wart

on back. Write A. M. Blackmon, Sum Sum-merfield,
merfield, Sum-merfield, Fla.

Staart M Doasaerty atreet, Ocalat


EASTER SALE Mr. Marcus Frank, will leave to

The Altar Guild of tfrace church will j night for Savannah to join his wife
hold a sale on Saturday, March 30th, and daughter, who went up there some

of candy, hand-painted novelties for

Easter entertainments and gifts, etc.
Sale will be held at band stand.

weeks ago, and together they will at

tend the wedding of Mrs. Frank's sis

ter, Miss Rosa Marcus, to Mr. Joseph

Fromberg, in that city tomorrow.

G. H. Merrell, the young man ar ar-restedyesterday
restedyesterday ar-restedyesterday on suspicion of hav having
ing having assaulted J. L. Lynch, was dis

charged -today. Lyneri nas entirely
disappeared'-and there is no evidence

Commodore Goodwin of

was in the city today.

Lake Weir

The library .will be open from 3 to 5

every afternoon. except Saturday.

. Mr. Wallace Stovall. after a pleasant

but brief visit to his relatives in

Ocala, has returned to his newspaper

work ln Tampa.

FOR SALE -Indian Runner duck I I will sell you a good gun or revol

eggs for: hatching from prize winning er at a reasonable price, and take

Indian Runner ducks' Thev win. thev your- old one in part payment. Call

lav. they nar. 'My ducks are mated to and see me. B. Goldman.

produce Indian Runner ducks that are

Indian Runners, not scrub stock. Thir- Mrs. R. L. Martin, after several days

teen (IS) eggs for one dollar. Money passed pleasantly in visiting her Ocala

Mr. Harry Palmec who has been

against Merrell, who says he intends making hi. home in Ocala for tne past

to remain in Ocala and try to obtain year, has severed his connection with

work. He is a lineman, but is willing the Marion County Abstract Co., and
to work at anything that will pay accepted a position with "the Title

him. He is an intelligent and able-1 Guarantee Co., of Jacksonville. He

bodied man and evidently able to make will leave for Jacksonville Monday to 1Ing Hooper, owner.

ffood. I take up his new duties.

to carry forward the work., that,, our

sister has laid down and; strive to

make our town and state a pure clean

place in which the. dear, little boys 'left

without a mother's loving care may

grow to true manhood.

Resolved, That our heartfelt sym sympathy
pathy sympathy be extended to her. bereaved
husband, 'sister and brothers In their
great loss. May the- Christians hope

be theirs; that hope which points with
unerring certainty to a glorious resur

rection and reunion when the death
angel shall lead them through 'the
dark valley-to the bright land where
there is no sickness, sorrow, or part parting,
ing, parting, but joy and gladness through the
endless ages of eternity. - ,; :
Resolved, That these resolutions be
spread on the minutes of .this union,
and a copy sent to the family of our
sister, also to the Ocala newspapers
for publication. E. E. Packham,
" Corresponding Secretary.

j U I OCALA. FLA. Yff ft
11 lM Wxed Can evf SaeeteSy. I J J II
tfiX Ask Ua fer Prieee Before
V. purehaaif and 8ava V It

. '; y

Will Produce JIor HQ thaa Any

. Other Feed on the KarSseL. j
Call Us Up, Phona Ho." fLj,


150 bushels, extra fine;, seed, fully
matured and gathered, dry, f. o. b.
Ocala $4 per busheL See. sample at the
Ocala House Barbershop, where any

other Information can be had. Ster-


cannot buy eggs that will produce any friends, returned to

better stock. L. Ballard. Candler. Fla. home yesterday.

her Lake Weir

::s. U. OODBE & CO.

''-V-v ""-;- .DECORATORS ,V':'" ;' '::

FOR RENT-Large front room 'with When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs

connecting bath, three blocks from E. L Maloney, at the Girard, No. 11

nubile sauare. -All modern conven-lEast Duval street, Just off Main. Best

iences. For particulars enquire at this"5c room In the city,


Goodwin, the shoemaker has remox remox-ed
ed remox-ed into the Thompson block, opposite
Hurst & Garner's store, and his cus-

The members of Tulula Lodge, L O. FOR SALE Eggs for setting, strict-

O. F.. had the pleasure last night of a ly u. R. insnet's wnite fiymoutn kock

visit from Past Grand Master Geo. T. j strand. $1.50 for thirteen or $8 per
Self, one of the most able and poou-i hundred. Apply to P. O. Box 197, city.

lar men that ever held that exalted

office. Mr. Self made an appreciated FOR RENT Two large, nicely fur-

address to his brethren. Another vis-lnished rooms for young men. Inquire j

itor was Mr. T. D. Dillon, member and at 53 South 4th street.

past grand of a Kentucky lodge, but

always welcome in Ocala.


Notice is hereby vgiven that the i

board of county commissioners will at

its regular meeting. May 7th, at noon,
1912, receive bids for. opening the I

right of way and building the public

road from Daisy to Fort McCoy.

S. T. Sistrunk, Clerk.

We can supply you with para lee tor

all purposes, whether : your raqmlra-

ments are for home use or. for a ear-

load. Place your orders with ua.



trelal aa BaUetla Sigma Made

aad Salppec ta aay Palat la Florida'
' ' V F. O. BOX 184
'--' . . . .. - ':. -.
:-yy;':rOt9 Mi Skap
C3 H S. Xlasnblla Ocala, FUu

FOR SALE hp. Indian motorcycle,

Bosch magneto -and clutch equipped

I Machine in good order. Inquire at Star tomers have followed him up.


Six violins unredeemed very old

I will sell you a' good gun or revol-land sweet toned. If interested call

ver at a reasonable v price, and take and see them, prices right. B. Gold-

y our old one ta part payment. Call man.

Mr. A. J. Fausett has bought one of
Hamp Chambers' Harley-Davidsons
and joined the motorcycle corps. Some
years ago, when he was a boy. Andy

took a brief ride on a Florida steer,

nd says that all the rides he has tak

en since have been comparatively un




i maaasmc

that nukes :

LJ more faartnatina


and see me. B.

Miss M. Maher, after a pleasant visit

FOR RENT Pour room flat; also of some weeks to Mr. and Mrs. George

cottage of seren "rooms, electric Hehts trasteur, left today for -her home in

I aad bath; near -primary, school. Mrs. Laconla, N. H.

R.Dl Fuller. ,'--..

Parker Lucky Curve Fountain Pens

Rexall Cold Tablets do the work. In any style or shape. A large assort

'Can give you the formula If you like, ment to select from at the Court Phar

15c the package at the Post Office macy.

Druff Storea ..

Mr. Rex Nichols, who has been at

tending to business in Ocala the past

day or so, returned today to Belleview,
where he recently opened a general


Mrs. E. Van Hood went up to

Gainesville this morning, to attend the

Y. P. U. Convention. She will re

turn this evninEr. Miss MarsrueTlte

on the convention program, was un unable
able unable to attend.

Ara your Interested In paper bag

cookingT -If so come to us for your
supply of the bags. 25c the package.

Post Office Drur Store.

CZZXT Ceatiaaaal Starr ef.eM XfmiT



i which vou maybegta reading at

TTthab. and wbkh wiU hold yoar intcreat
1-ever. Li running in -. .-

Popular Mccbanico
Ara von rmZax it? Two.mlliooa of your

r 'Jbors ere. and it la ttoe Mrvorue

L i tr-tci ex tne oesc

I tiM to aJ cusses oh am
t I won- those who know ai

r ft r t ritil U.2JXTA

T--m. tin Pll al C3

TSSrS: hm rrJfLa rersira. etc
r jfc4on7url Jqefaboata.
c nt-incji tv btgTqa.

After you have had a row and life

looks mighty blue, send her a box of

Sorris candv and Bh11 anin love

Vou. Get- It at the Court. Pharmacy.

FOR SALE A fully equipped Max

well runabout car, in good, condition.

A bargaip for cash. Inquire at Star


Alma Zada Face Powder Is the best

wo haye to offer at 50c the box. The

Post Office Drug Stores.

Carpenter's and all kinds of work

men's tools, both old and new. at B.


Denno's prices for painting are Hive

and : let live" prices. Always copslsr
te with good work.

. If you have a gun or a revolver for
sale, bring tt to me. PU give you a

good trade. B. Goldman.

Xo. 3 Size Tomatoes, per can . 12c.

7-Pound Sack Graham Flour. ..30c

12-Pound Sack Graham Flour. .45c

7-Pound Sack Rye Flour 30c

12-Pd. Sack Whole Wheat Flour 45c

7-Pd. Sack Whole Flour 30c


CHatl-THOuftS CO.


Funeral Directors

Undertakers and Embalraers





Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. M'lVER, Fnaeral Dlreetar

A good, well Improved farm, with

beautiful orange grove in bearing;

good dwelling and out buildings, fenc

ing, etc; close to rauroaa, lweiTB I r M4 'PP

miles west of Ocala. Will sell cheap If UI lUli-Ub Vkw

or will exchange for improved Ocala

property. Apply to Rev. Z. A. Crump Crump-ton,
ton, Crump-ton, No. 87 Daugherty St., Ocala.


Clecdzrj, ?rtzzizj


Homer Fatio tried to perform a

surgical operation with a pocketknife
on George Brooks this morning, but

was interrupted in his scientific exper-

ment by Deputy Sheriff West, and

haled before Justice Lyles, whb as

sessed him $5 and costs or thirty days

for practicing informally.

A big line of baseball goods at B.

Goldman s.

The Court Pharmacy has Just re-

reived a large express shipment 'Of the

popular Norris candies in all sized
packages from one-half to five pounds

each. If you want something really

good in the confection line, try Norris


FOR SALE Eggs from pure EngTisli

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.


able and willing to do any work as a
clerk In a store, housekeeper or any

other position that does not require

technical training. Apply to the Star


FOR SALE One 4-passenger Hup

automobile. Only used a few days

Just as good as new. A bargain to t
quick buyer. Florida Auto Sales Com
pany. 3-7-12

W hT Inst received a larsre shln-

lmTit of frsh anil reliable bean.' corn.

Work Dote by Licensed Em-rv; tnm. s

seeds. These seeds are the best that I

balmers and Fully Guaranteed.

Phones: D. E. Mclver. 104: Sam

P-1es. 380; Undertaking Office. 47.


can be had .and will give perfect satis

faction. .Special prices made on large

quantities. Tydings & Co.

Cash Beats


Cottolene (Large Bucket) ...$1.20

Araaoar Star Haras, per poaad...l7e

Pickles (Quart Jar)
Hominy (Van Camp's)

Bacon, Per Pound
Grits, (Ten Pounds)
Meal, (Ten Pounds)

Rumford Baking Powder, 1-lb

Irisk Potatoes Peek)


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.



Travel y
. ...
The Day 1 ight Houte
'j,, f

5,000,000 feet, stumpage.
3 orange groves at Lake, Weir.
R. L. Martin, Merchant's Block.

Yacht'W of Ofcila"




WOODMEN OF THE WORLD p.lih., Taeaiaya, Tkaraiaya, Smtmr-

. .. daya at a. aa.

Next regular monthly meeting will

.10c March 22. at Yonge's HalL
,25c 1 R. N. Dosh, C. CL

m 25c I v-as. xw- sage, ir&.

Toilet articles and sets of all kinds.

,25c handsome, first class good, at Tydings

ISc. Co. : ".'

Silver Sartasas HaadLaya, W

Friday at 8 a. a.


For tickets, reservations ana rar- s

ther Information see ma any Una day


Rlx violins unredeemed very old

and sweet toned. If Interested call lor ntgni ai me ucaua. urow

and see them. Prices right. B. Gold

FeranSOD & USuCrS Uia aUIIlu The most common caaie of iMom.

- jnia is disorders of the stomach. Cham-

iilUNc Zdl berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets I

i correct these disorders and enable you

PROMFl UaiJLaVfcUY to sleep. For sale by all dealers.

AgenC Ocala JSmmxx

Caa Caaaaax IhaaamarCaac,

tiniie to dlHeSargtf'lhe dalles of Eiid
office to the best 6f my ability. -Appreciating
past favfcrs and solicit-
ing your support In the approaching
primary, I am, Tours very truly, ..
W. Lk Colbert.
ihl ..J

To the Democratic Voters of Marion
County: 1 hereby announce myself a
candidate for representative from this
county to the next legislature, and so so-llc't
llc't so-llc't the support. of the voters, prom-

To the White Democratic Voters of
Marlon County, Fla.: I hereby announce
my candidacy for re-election to the' of office
fice office of county treasurer treasurer-Having
Having treasurer-Having been appointed by the gov-

What's the use of Baying a f av, cents and ruining
your watch ?. If it is not i keeping time it needs
repairing just the eame as your I body needs t a
doctor when you are pck. s And like your body,
unless it is doctored at once, it will go permanently


Drino that watch In today.

OCALA : : : : : FLORIDA.

isms, ii eieciea, 10 represeui vue pCu- ernor on recommendation of the demo demo-pie
pie demo-pie in all measures looking to l their Cratic executive committee to fill out
welfare- Edp-in Spencer, Jr. jMr Pasteur's term of office, I have
: eiven the office m v closest nersonal at-

W". J. CROSBY j rantlnn In rr.lfrr tn va iha nnnfv oil

To the Democratic- Voters of Mar- j interest possible, and I will appreciate
Ion" County, Florida: I have decided to i an endorsement of my past record by

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.

' To the Democratic Voters of Marlon
County: announce myself as a can candidate
didate candidate for re-election to the. office of
sheriff of Marlon county, -subject to the
democratic primaries, to be held on the
30th day of April, 1912, and respectful respectfully
ly respectfully solicit the support of the people of
Marion county., ...
Trusting that my record has been
such that it will warrant your sup support
port support In the future, I am,

t Yours very respectfully,
John P. Galloway.


the people of Marion county.

Very respectfully,
. John. M. Graham.

I 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.

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IteiirJaethM binds and Is bound to slay. Poor twine is
fclsc ecbzbdy; tie loss of lime and gain will pay the whole

bill and &en some.

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 th
30 fh day of April, and In so doing I am
not unmindful of .the fact that T 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 rely 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 offle, 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 I 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.
Respectfully submitted,
- Wm. M. Gober.

I have decided to become a candi

date for the office of county treasurer

of Marion' county, and I ask ,the sup

port of the voters of the county for

thi3 position. Believing that the sal

ary isiore than enough for thework
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.



So.ive sell cnly seed iufiie, not kecscse it pays a Higher pro
tit, bat becacse it pays you to nse that kind. 4

. CeMer place your order NOVV.

pays ta bay twine of ns and we don't want to dissapoint YOU.

FjHiEiioirri Maiii"dlwsiiis

- To the democratic electors In the
approaching primary election: I am a
candidate for nomination for a second
term as superintendent of 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
' 1 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.
1 J. H. Brlnson.-


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.
1- am corfident I can Improve the
supervision of our county schools.
If you think so, vote for me.
P. Wilson Green.



I am a candidate for county judge of

Marlon county, subject to the 2emo 2emo-cratic
cratic 2emo-cratic 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 or wnicn was Am-
ElOSt Of tbe farm rS realize itierlcan law of administration) and was
'. 1 1 J, A ...11 1 .11 1 L

aumuieu 10. practice law iu an uie
courts of Florida. This fact will as

sure you that I am competent to per

form all the duties of county judge.

Now, my friends "and fellow demo

crats, I ask you to take the trouble to
Inquire as to who and what I am, and,
if from these Inquiries, you are satis

fied that I am competent and merit

your support, I will appreciate your
confidence an,d will, if elected to the
office of county judge, never betray
your trust. W. E. Smith.

mm mi wum


lyliii. tuull



The above is from a DhotoeraDh. made at the Stock

Yards in Atlanta, by a staff artist of the Atlanta Journal.
The bunch of mules were so fine that the artist wanted a

picture of them, which was made and. published m the
- Jonrnal. 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
nbw'citizens of this section, and producing wealth for their

owners. : V ? - : V ,:' j
Ttt firn dways has in stock, at their huge barns, fine
tzTtzs cz3 cl2s, slcxk for all purposes, single and matched,
tl Cllzitzl prices zzi cH warranted to be Just as represented.
Tczy crc prepared to nalie teres if ccstocier desires.



W. A.


To the Democratic Voters of Marion

County: At the earnest solicitation of

many of our people, I'. announce my

self a candidate for re-election as clerk

of the circuit court for Marign county.
I am not unmindful of the kindness
shown me in the1 past, and the splendid

vote heretofore given me, for which, as

you know, I havealways 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 th office. With assurance
to all, of my kindest feeling for past
favors, I again solicit your Influence
in; my behalf. S. T. Sistrunk.

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 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.
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
County, Florida: I hereby announce
myself as a candidate for county sur surveyor
veyor surveyor for Marion county, subject to the
democratic primaries, to be held on the
30th day of April, 1912, and respectful respectfully
ly respectfully solicit the support of the people of

Marion county. Yours truly,
R. W. Ferguson.

I hereb announce myself a candi

date for the office of supervisor of

registration of Marion 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.
" Respectfully,
Ocala, Fla. J. A. Tucker.

Opening With Greater Barnstormers'
. Minstrels, the' List Included Prof.
SvengaH, "East Lynne, Ues-
se. James" and Others.
"The dramatic season just ended,"
said the Winesap County Weekly Vin Vindicator,
dicator, Vindicator, "was the most successful in
the history of Plunkrille, both from
an artistic and a financial point of
"Early in October the season was
ushered in -with 4the Greater- Barn Barnstormers'
stormers' Barnstormers' Minstrels, with 15 perform performers
ers performers in high top slickems and beautiful
pink dusters,, who played the most
ravishing circus marches in the court courthouse
house courthouse yard. At the evening perform performance
ance performance many of the latest melodies were
rendered, including 'After the BaU,
'Hot Time Tonight,' and "Lore Muh
and the World Is Mine;' also' many
first-class jokes which have never

been seen in the almanacs in this sec section.
tion. section. Our versatile -and talented bar

ber, band leader baseball pitcher, or-J

chestra conductor, and society favor

ite, Mr. Nick Duggins, secured an en

gagement with the minstrels to play

second baritone and double up in the
evening as 'Mr. Rastus Johnsing

"In November a hypnotist and en

tertainer called 'Prof. X. Svengali oc

cupied the boards at the opera house.

Professor Svengali put. Sam ;Tucker,

the tinner, into a trance, and made

him stand on his head in the corner
and sing the 'Doxology.' After the per performance
formance performance Sam missed a five-dollar bill,
but he allowed the fun was worth the

money. ; ;

"In December we witnessed that

soulful and lachrymose drama, 'East
Lynne,' put on with great eclat and a
whole lot of terrific success. Deacon

Shucks, who hasn t cried since his
wife ran away with the leader of the
Bass Center choir, broke into profuse
tears; and as the large concourse of
Plunkvillians shuffled down the. steps
that lead from over S. Quigley's well well-known
known well-known commission, confectionery and
farm implements emporium, there was
not a dry eye on the stairs.
"About the middle of January the
Plunkville Thespian and Terpslcho-
rean Troupe rendered 'Kate, the Con

vict's daughter, for the benefit of the

South Sea head hunters. Miss Sadie

Sebree, our talented milliner, who took

the immortal role of Kate Kipper,
made a pronounced hit and admits
that, when it comes to finished, trap trapdoor
door trapdoor and red-light situations, she has
Mme. Bernhardt backed off the boards.

"The spring attractions included

'Ten Nights in a Barroom,' 'Jesse

James,' a Shakespearean elocutionist

who put-everybody to sleep faster

than Parson Buckner does, and a man
without arms who played the bass Viol
with his -toes.
"For the next season Manager Tobe
Scruggles will maintain the samehigh
standard. He has already engaged
'Uncle Tom's Cabin,' a fiddling quar quartet,
tet, quartet, a moving-picture show, a patent patent-medicine
medicine patent-medicine entertainment and an ossi ossified
fied ossified man. During the' summer many
notable improvements will be made.
A new tin cornice will be erected and
the interior will be repainted in ex exquisite
quisite exquisite tints of flamingo red, par's
green, Helen pink and chrome yellow,
with many striking fresco decorations
representing Venus, General Grant,
Cleopatra, the Muses and Little Bo Bo-peep.
peep. Bo-peep. For next season the same com competent
petent competent staff will serve the xpublict
Capt. Artemus Jefferson, the saddler,
will continue to preside at the box of office
fice office in return for the privilege of see seeing
ing seeing the shows free. Nathan Thomas,
the grocer, will light up and make
fires and 'Piggy Partington, the wid widow's
ow's widow's son, will act as usher and carry
the red banner with the golden letters
in the parades for the same splendid


I am a candidate for the office of
supervisor of registration, subject to

the. wishes of the voters In the demo
cratic primary. Respectfully,
Cotton riant, Fla. D. M. Barco.


I am a candidate for re-election, be believing
lieving believing the people of Marion 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
tried harder to deserve It.
Alfred Ayer.

' In your auto naturally suggests thev
query as to what supplies -you-need. Is
your-" car r fully equipped with tires,
(extra ones, too) lamps, lanterns, horn,
tools," plugs, oil.' oilers,; etc? If not
' come Were and -secure what is needed.
W have everything for the auto and
many things for the aulolst. If you
" cannot get it here there Is" a good rea reason
son reason for, us not having it. :

;HjMsi Aimto Sales

c3 Government dlOIcn Ocala. Fla.

To my friends who supported me In
the campaign of two years ago, I ex extend
tend extend thanks, and with the best of 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
Marion county.
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
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 ojher's half half-bushel,
bushel, half-bushel, besides a new broom does sweep
mighty clean. James R. Moorhead.


At the request of many voters In the

precinct, ri have decided to again be a

candidate for the office of county com

missioner from this, the first commis
sioner's district of Marion county, sub

ject to the action of the democratic

primaries. I believe, as many other
business men do, that a man can do

more and better work for his county
during the second term of office on the
board of county commiesioners, than Is
possible -during his first term. I ask

the voters for their support and prom

ise th. people to put my best efforts

into the administration of this import

ant offico. Respectfully,
C. (Ed) Carmichael.

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 I am elected I
will promise you to do my full duty as
a commissioner. R. B. Meffert.

Accurate .Building Plans, Blue Prints
nd Specifications made. Lands Sur Sur-rcyed
rcyed Sur-rcyed and Platted. Cose Estimates
Cade on Erection of Buildings of any

! character by contract or on commls-

on basis, write or consult me at
Xortbvreat Corner Ocala IIoue Block

To the Democratic Voters of Mar Marlon
lon Marlon 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 I promise, If elected, to con-

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

New Find of an Old Race.
Fanning Island, in the mid-Pacific
ocean, which was recently purchased
by a British Canadian syndicate for
use as a coaling station, is the scene
of remarkable discoveries, the; news
of which was brought by 'the steam steamship
ship steamship Makura, which arrived at Van Vancouver,
couver, Vancouver, B. C, on Dec. 13. Archaeo Archaeological
logical Archaeological explorations have brought to
view indications that the island "was
inhabited at some long-ago period by
a race with peculiar skill in architec architecture.
ture. architecture. Excavations there have un unearthed
earthed unearthed a large stone building, 50 feet
wide arid 200 feet long, in the con construction
struction construction of which no mortar was
used, the stones used having been
skillfully mortised together.
Near by this strange structure was
found a tomb containing a human
skeleton with a necklace made of the
teeth of the sperm .whale, and of oth other
er other articles, including the skull of

All Fixed.
"I think 111 propose at the party to tonight."
night." tonight." "No, you won't"
"Why won't IV
"My sister knows the young lady
in the case, and it has been arranged
for you to propose at the ball next
week." Louisville Courier-Journal.

In Control.
"A man always likes to feel that he
Is in a position to reward his friends
and punish his enemies."

"That's true," replied Senator Sor Sorghum:
ghum: Sorghum: "sometimes I am tempted to

take a position as janitor of a big
"Have you any letters for me?" In Inquired
quired Inquired old Mrs. Brown, bustling Into
the village postoffice.
"No letters," replied the postmaster.
"Dearie me," said Mrs. Borwn, "I
was expecting a letter or a postcard
from my daughter Martha to say when
she was coming."
Then the postmaster called to his
"Here's Mrs. Brown wanting to
known if there's a postcard from her
daughter Martha."
Tes there Is" replied the post postmaster's
master's postmaster's wife. "Martha's coming next


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