GALA, FLOBpA, MOIAY, A22ILrl, 1912.
OZlueg Lzt,, Public Questions
, tt llzzl be Settled.
PLATFOI12X IN FULL FOLIX)WS
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Washington. April Lnl Ansm
States army war college T Ly war ol ol-pleted
pleted ol-pleted a most elaborate LTe been at
invasion of Mexico. C Lftn i,..,--
Mills,- president of the" ar. x?tt
lege, and his colleague I L aT, k w
work for several weeks c L. w
methods for speedjr; mobl: tn ht frrtnt
iiiuihwiu JiuiTitvau 4V1UW1L.. Vnitlil
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..! "B""l vr decided that
and i close to 1SM ;m from three
rurtnea 10 me ironi wuni
The war college has
Mexico' should i be Invade
ports, convoyed by a
South Atlantic fleet, to t
ne section of
ed on transr-
tion of :the
the army would be ahlpi,,,, h-
d pah 1 n a 1 1 oh t a
Vera Crua., where it wod -omnlAtAlv
Pf I under the protection of f
would shell Vera Cru rfrlco city. fol.
reauce u wiiain six noi
Once landed, this ; d
would move on M
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C-a Ilrs. o U C 0 army wo
p. ; eCll. -! Ilowlnr.-a
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Of flee ioms
i Wo., t:i
line of march
nfleld Scott in
mapped out by Qen. Ta Thta
1348. Coincidently an.,,K,-.,
would be sent across ti-,, ftftpfc.
at or near Brownsvii., u.7i
division would march Ra.i.. u iti
inar-to the eastward t Wfttlll,
Matamoras. Monterey Paso. yTex., to
captured br Zachary chihuahua and
stai anotner amsion
e republie from EUner gouth than
harrasshe province of geographical
the Rebellious northt. and the
would, not proceed fur, they! wou,d
?thi ti HoWer af 0nt of Injunction
dif Acuities to be ehco
CfSctOurs : 1 tl ta. Hioats:
CrCce, n Itesider. Over Hun- I
roe a nblU Ci' Xx, ITIi
guerilla warfare whic;tern coastr
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HAW "V.C tU,:..,-.!!..
these movements, trt;-
would patrol the; wea,oaa .
venting the entrance
Atlantic fleet would 'pL.' i
function on the Gulf niACEB
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ii ,rnrr i vr-ling changes
AliMOST A X, recording to W.
One of 'the most st
ever seen In any man
B. Holsclaw. Clarend
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jThe votere cf .Florida T are called
upon tp decida tr,sny grave questions
at the spring primaries. It is my de desire
sire desire that every rmf shall know exact exactly
ly exactly where 1 stand on these issues. 1
hope to be able to. address gatherings
In all ,the t principal comimmties.
Those whom 1 cannot: reach personal personally
ly personally mast be touched through the col columns
umns columns of the local newspapers. Those
whom I -wilT meet) personally w!ir b
in better position to judge for them themselves
selves themselves from having" read and consid considered
ered considered iny platform, With this In view,
I have prepared a short synopsis of
the sixteen cardinal reforms and
principles embodied in my platform
for publication in every newspaper of
the state: I 'ask- the 'people of Flor Florida
ida Florida to ; make me their governor as
the measure of; their approval of my
stand on these -questions.
First Extended and increased
powers to the railroad commission,
which will insure the utmost rights
for the shippers and which will guar guarantee
antee guarantee proper, and equitable rates.
SecondThe convict lease system
Of Florida is a brutalizing one. I am
in favor of its' abolishment and the
placing of the convicts on the public
highways of the state. Florida, needs
more good roads, and I believe that
they can' be best secured by working
our convicts thereon' Also' the tate
has no right :to profit by the misfor misfortunes
tunes misfortunes of Its citizens. The actual la labor
bor labor to maintain s the support of the
convict Is all the state M entitled to.
Any prbfit should be'set'aside for the
benefit of the family of flie convict.
Because we should punish the crimi criminal
nal criminal is no : reason why nis family
should suffer.;- On the contrary, they
should be protected and supported by
the labor of the convict, and thus the
state will be relieved of the possibil possibility
ity possibility of the family being- a public
. ThirdTo re-establish the rule of
the people, and to meet conditions
that confront us today, I am in favor
of the initiative, referendum and re recall
call recall ;
The initiative' means that the peo
CROMWELL G id DONS. CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR
election lawsV of the state. We "should
provide for a more thorough publicity
of campaign contributions and expenditures,-and
regulate; and limit the
amount 4 that legally shall be expend expended
ed expended by candidates for office state and
county and for what purpose said
expenditure shall, be authorized.
Eleventh Legislation that will im improve
prove improve and" extend ;onr free spublic
school system, providing every oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity throughout the state for the
education of our children. ;
" Twelfth Continuation of 4 local op option
tion option and a strict enforcement' in ev every
ery every county of the local option laws
of the state.
Thirteenth The increased efficien efficiency
cy efficiency of the, national guard and naval
militia of Florida by state and muni municipal
cipal municipal aid.
Fourteenth Legislation extending
and increasing the powers of muni municipal
cipal municipal and county governments, thus
giving the people absolutely V home
A HUNDRED VOTES AHEAD
Leading: Democratic Staieamc Say, It
la Useless for Other Candidate to
Compete Wit Wilnos
Washington, March Si. Tht Gov Governor
ernor Governor Woodrow "Wilson could com command
mand command a hundred more votes in the
electoral college against President
Taft than any other democrat now
proposed for the democratic presiden presidential
tial presidential nomination is the opinion of Rep Representative
resentative Representative Robert L Henry, of Texas,
the chairman of the House, rytles com committee,
mittee, committee, who is just back from Lincoln,
Nebraska, where he paid personal
visit to Hon. William X Bryan, and
attended the. birthdly. anniversary re reception
ception reception in his honor.' ;
3IADE AN 'AWFUL MISTAKE
BracoB Maa Killed II I SIster-InLawa
Flanee In the X-'Aet lie n
' Protecting He Honor'
Macon, Ga., March 31. After a ver verdict
dict verdict of justifiable homicide had been
returned by the coroner's jury in the
case of G. F. Tyndalt who shot' and
Charles H. Taylor, the father of
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gan to ; use i)r. i:
ry, and. was compl.
bottles. Now he Is e
lt-'v.:--' -it: Iirelsli tl pounds. 1
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izzt (3 ENiiiQor umuy nas us
thought he was
tion, but he be
fg .New Discov Discov-(tely
(tely Discov-(tely cured ,by ten
jund and well and
('For' many years
d this wonderful
remedy for coughs,!
cellent results." It
liable and guarante
and $1. Trial b6tt
p. o::i z, cor :x xna.
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By Special Perattr:
r- saeaf Kijr
ldent Francisco IT
&tplZ& upon a
uran the rebels ;
ar i and amr
U ij the intent:
wilh fr: recrK'
rjur.5 ts strc strc-wfa
wfa strc-wfa tr"" report?
th C.:: !;a of f
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c. ".r..- : ty tvtJ
t ; xhip t-
Ind colds with ex ex-i
i ex-i quick, safe,' re re-Vd.
Vd. re-Vd. Price 50 cents'
je free at Tidings
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M March 30; Pres Pres-iero
iero Pres-iero of Mexico has
j rigorous campaign
..A, r- L.-cncioa or otherwise,
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make their desires known to their
law-making bodies. The referendum
means tthat all laws passed by law lawmaking'
making' lawmaking' bodies shall be referred di
rect to the people before they become
operative. At an election called for
that purpose the people can vote for
or against laws passed by their rep representatives
resentatives representatives and a majority vote for
It viUjKsr w
i line 6f cl:vJ:
( yen Irr;-;
ruieeuui ie cuuservauuu ui uur char, Tyndall with murder
natural resources under txie control will be 'held fox action by the granc
of the' state. v Jury.
Sixteenth-A conservative and pro-1 flie sh"n ook Place, a.l Ta8
snsented to permit
( he United States
jnition for his sol-
in of President Ma
'his diminished army
fa, throwing them
'holds of the rebels
i j -' a.
x running snort oi
serious problem of
-been simplified by
e United States au-
Sclal v permission in
w the Mexican gov gov-xse
xse gov-xse munitions of war
1m across the" border.
. three consignments
.-nition already have
s." lack of anoe-
I ration, with disor-
Stt often follow
i i fetched disease.
VjIs Electrlc Bit Bit-)
) Bit-) VVblood purifier
then ; the
V and re-
Prllav nitrht n-hon th latter fniind
gisiv uusmess uumiuiBuauou M Taylor embracing his sister-in-law,
the state, giving complete publicity at Miss Lula Carter. It developed at the
nil tlmpg nf ita nffaira inquest that Taylor and Miss Carter
ThMa H0MoHnn. nnv0r tho were engaged and were to have been
I marrlp1 tod a. v.' M ss Carter testified
wnicn are oi most luieresi auu uu- tnat she was not resisting Taylor, as
portance to-our people at this timel I Tyndall had stated.
r nMlnut law nxlnnts it or rejects Mv record as a nublic servant should Miss Carter said that the
It. The recalf means that at any elec- be sufficient tonsure the justice and .7.i T,:;c V. vw hT
tion, special or regular, the people wisdom of my stand on any question pocket at the time he was killed.
may. by ballot, determine whether or of importance which shall arise later. I Tyndall declined t6 discuss the case,
Tirtf a nnhllo APrvatit. whose term has I T havp alwavs and consistentlv been! :
t v i ANOTHER TRUST ESCAPES
not expireu lo ovlll autcyiamc iviuu luc biuc ui vuv puuinc a.a a nuuict
them, and a majority' vote for or as my record will show. I stand for JuTT palled "to Art in the Trial of
against him determines whether or I conservative, business administration Director of tae American Sngar
not that servant shall 'Stay in off ice j of the affairs of the state of Florida.
or be recalled. 1 j If. elected I shall undertake to per
warrant, rWi JL jkl'" I 1 1
1 '"s CS' Uv v
New York, March 31. The Jury In
I iavor aauiuuuai iv uuim iny yan U1 a grcai wuin. aa ton R. Thomas, George lL Frazier and
the control of trusts. joughly and patiently as if engaged in Arthur Donner, charged with violating
Fifth There should be stringent j the management of a vast business the criminal clause of the Sherman
iJnder such anti-trust law, while directors or tne
thorlzed to do ousiness in lorma, an aaministrauon ioriaa siiouiq i sorted a disagreement in the United onrmnfipm annlianrtPfi vnr? nrotectlOn 13 abCOlutO C2
ties offered bv such corporations. progress, and the full measure of defendants were charged with con
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sources promise snouia De reaiizeu.
.... Of coursersa '.'are ihoiisz r
rate, or we coM 1 hot conCus:
.m!"!!f; cessful business ye do. ;Biii';.?A
for you to 'jkmy. j 'at ; v
goods at this stc. 3 you are err:!;- ;
tected. ... '-.''. -. ': .-' :
We use all the laC t mechanical ccntiivccc:
make mistakes a practical impossibility. All YOU
trouble about is the cclcclbn of your purc!ir:;
la. jng of
.. vl him,
through the operations of irresponsi irresponsible
ble irresponsible land companies. I, therefore, fa
vor strict laws governing land and
colonization companies in order to
nrniuf oIIVa "iho. InVPStflfS ATld Set
-T. i If you are troubled with any kid-
Uers ana ine reiiauie ucareio. ; hiilor or rhiimatln troubl. Ton
Seventh The drainage of the lairds J wlll flna, sixty days treatment In a
known an the Evefelades by tne J dollar bottle or Hall's Texas Avonder,
t U B,fB cintJnr. and busi- and seldom one -bottle fails to cure.
v 1V" -7"- Send for tesUmonlals. Dr. .E. W. Hall.
ness basis that will insure drainage 2926 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold
and reclamation; and that the same by all druggists.
shall be drained and saved for its BGi FOR SETTLKG
naATiU nnt Tvormittd tn Tf) intO
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tne nanus oi speculator, n layin? strain 51 per 15. Q. E. Pea-
is to be responsible for the drainage j COCkt gtar office.
and reclamation of the swamp and
overflowed lands, purchasers of re
claimed lands should be fully advised
at the-time and should not be sold
to. prospective settlers until the same
have been made permanently inhabi
table and Ulatle-
eighth rThe establishment of an
immigration bureau for the purpose
of developing impartially, all sections
of the state. Florida possesses a vast
territory Of Inhabitable and tillable
lands distributed throughout the
state, anl I -believe it should estab establish
lish establish and determine to have an immi
gration mireau that will aid : and as
sist all sections for the development
and colorJiatlon of these properties.
We shoulS lend our efforts impartial
ly to all fsections and protect every
hcnst ; irrestor and ettler v by pro-
Tlr'j'tSuJt he receives what M repre-
cc-:-Tw" taECld to Mn.
M order and Snlelde in the
City of Warrrom
Waycross, Ga., March 31. After
shooting- and fatally injuring: Mrs.
Bunting:, with whom he was driving,
J. N. Mills, a merchant of this' city,
turned; the pistol- on himself and a
I double tragedy was the 'result. Mills
Heaves a family.
I POSTAL SAVINGS BAXKS
' NOT VERY POPL'LAH
Washington. April 1. There are
fifty-six postal savings depositories in
Florida : with deposits of over $78,900.
This amount was deposited Ty 1,40
depositors, or an average ; of SS6 per
depositor. Compared with .numbers, of
depositors and amount on deposit with
other states. Florida ranks twenty twenty-eighth.
eighth. twenty-eighth. '
Here you xvHi 'Ezl n z& 2zl?l3 C'f 7 JLzz.
Brick Codfish SmclicJ Halibut, Pi?!:lea Gzfcit,
MackereLlOc aud 20c, YjLz. Herring Hcrrir j
to Sauce, Findon Haddc:" ; anny Fic!ir Flzlrccl l!
Roe, Herring Roe, Anchc.: Clam ChoTrdcr, C!r y
isters, Shrimp, Deviled Crr' Salmon Ctcr.!X C
Russian uaviar, Ancnovy
Potato Chips.Etc, : 5 ;:
& Blotter Pccto, C:
Yacht "City of Ocala"
- Sal la frana
Palatkat Tneadaya, TaaraCayaf 'v I
PUTS EXD TO BAJ), HABIT
Things never : look 'bright to s one ;
with "the bines." Ten to one the trou
iMe is a sluggish liver, filling the sys- i
tem with .bilious poison, that lr. Kinis's 1 a C- "3t-C: X
New Ufe Pills would expel. Try ther,c35 - j
, Let the.iT of better feelings end-tk?
blues. Best- for stomach, liver- at J
i - i
daya at w
-. C.w;i ALili TilliiiT . .' -. I Cr t
- The Ilarciaafs Cafe is now cpa lc rrrr
ttirht and Cay. XTver dwssJ.' Tea jean I
get just what you trtt to eat, cc:":I
as you like It, at p"rxts rrlcts. inl
and oysters s yecJ -1:7.
. WORLU ALMA3AC3 -)
World." Almanac,:. Issuer :f l?!!
eents each, oa-. sale at EiCzz ".v t ""
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Si- ; i--
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r tro i other
r ,.- -t -.3---
: r for Jacksonville on
-li -train- Some time
.V.-jtli, he wUV come to
-: the people of ; Marlon
7. The Etar will give notice of
v--ljr rmnd bespeaks for biro a
r-ienee. - ''.-'-.'
: -r. r x rrrzoc by tare"
ir-acie ths Ctar 3 apsre
fcs en 3. the editor pass-
bour la talili-
3e and discussing pretext
-i::rr of the rtareonf to a
1 I tzreit .-. Ja iCrt3;:::i Cn
1 t:::!:tut cc.UtJri ths ra
" f J bouad to feet not : a littts
1 cay uec fie euty t
? v.;. ty-three year ago, when
j yccs'srer,- and Gibbons was
IZ: zlj poorer, thejfe worked; to-
r -i7. a reporter anaprlnter oh tb
' XL AcsrusUne News. Gibbons, In
yi was a hard-working cheer cheer--
- cheer-- v t.-l alrt young newspaper-man,
' tiied the Ancient City for news
I 1 tia iay v time ?nd studied law at
r zt He; was wideawake to his em-7;-
fctireats, enterprising- wl th th--
- th-- Interfering-,' courteous to
. z t staunch friend to n is
x T7ith the exception of added
.1 mce, quite a .. few i pounds of
" ;, and some Tay hairs, the
r 't .-Jrtt;j;rtO'.ee;:ianr;''-sTresfc
j U the Clbbon of 1912 from- the
-3 cf im.! : - , ;
:: :r some" years; In' fit -Angrustine.
" t '-bens went to JacksonTllIe and
. : 3 cn the' practice of the law, ; In
. ' he -was a success irom the' start.
Hi e'ro bean taking that close Inters
til Lx t 1llc aSrlrs which. he has neyer
'r:!rr: 1 Xmsbediately after the Span-I-
"J-irerfcan war., when the lessor of
t! 'r-::aer of ;S were fresh. la the
1 zzlz. 3,' lmpresslnar the deficiencies
r : v- j tystfcnv under which the national
I -r tzl been : mlamanagred. Mr. tQl
1- 3 ia!aeJ the atate troops, and has
iiis way up to jne colon colon-:
: colon-: '7 'f the first regiment, taking: a
liri. i Jtrrest 1n the organization and
csntrliutlis srreatly to its. present efr
. be ;was elected to tbe House
i.?;ri2r.iatires rrom Duyal county;
r- V! when the legislature 'met he was
(t '- -! : V rpeaker "of the House,, an office
t. ::h be 'filled with great' efficiency"
f -3, impartiality. : 5 He has 1 ever since
t-t-zn'a prominent part in, the public
-'.T& cf Jacksonville and the state,
tx3 to one bar ever had any difficulty
.in Ciscoverina- hts stand on any ques question.
tion. question. ; . -
Tfcttj Mr. "Gibbons has never, played
any r ?tr,c-!ir part.: in state' polities,
. t Is 1. ill L-own, and there IsctO place
- voire ne aoes not reckon
his frl zlZjU' lie is the -unanimous far far-crite
crite far-crite cf the state soUiers, With whom
he ha teen comrade -and co-wof ker
- Tt Ctar publish 'his platform on
r" c:ilj eocs excellent principles.
-y r-rre'S -'t-i it in everything
"K llr: Gibbons,
- -3 ia hot
J L2YOWIlLPLAT A
W OCALA XDXT IfOMTH
vArrzc?emnts: have been r completed
t7 :;h he above named artist will
frrrvfaw recital In'i connection with
Cr OcaLa' Choral; Club at the Temple
Tbtitcr Thursday. April 11th. Mr. Deyo
Is not r a Granger to Oca la. music lov lovers,
ers, lovers, and Is well known to be one of the
fsw pianists of the world. Ocala is
fortunate In security this artist and
all 'who possibly can should hear him.
Crpeeial arrangement has been made
by .which the Choral "Clnb wjll giro
several choruses from the Bose Maiden
la connect! on. with, Mr. Deyo's recital
ea tie ereninK of April 11th. and on
the the evening of April 12th' Mr. Deyo
wCl pire one of the famous mood re reel
el reel tali. On thle recital, he will intro introduce
duce introduce the hidden moon effect. .This ef effect
fect effect "has been originated by Mr. Deyo
and 'Is most wonderful In Its Influence
over the audience. -
OCALA ; CHORAL CLUB
The Ocala Choral Club composed of
Ocala's best singers, will give Ita first
concert at the Temple Theater Thurs Thursday,'
day,' Thursday,' April 11th. In this concert will
appear Mr. Milo Deyo, one of the most
celebrated pianists of the world. Note
what some of the. critics have to say
of this wonderful. pianist:
Is a master of his instruments and
should have a roost : successful, tour
throughout ,6outh Africa. Cape Argus
(Cape Town), '
CA truly marvelous interpreter of the
masters. His performance last night
was wonderful, one of the best, If not
the best ever, heard' in Jacksonville. Jacksonville.-Florida
Florida Jacksonville.-Florida Times-Union.
A .'great : interpreter of .Chopin.
Brooklyn Standard Union. :
,The;officerr and directors of the
Munroe : & Cha mbllss Bank In Ocala
know; that men of good business judg judgment.;
ment.; judgment.; and conservative ideas appre
elate tbe sound, progressive bank con conducted
ducted conducted along safe and strietly busi business
ness business lines; that this bank's growth
and -success are Ocala's gain; that
such a bank best protects the inter interests
ests interests of its depositors and thus proves
its greatest help to the commercial
development and credit of the com community.
OTRQE & CIIAUDLISS
OCALA - FLORIDA
United State Festal Sayings Bank1:
FLORIDA BASEIIALL, BOYS HOLD
- IX'TER-COLLEGIATE SERIES
Gainesville. March 31. The Univer
sity of Florida yesterday once more
defeated the Southern Colletre br a
score of 8 to 2. From the very begin
ning it seemed that the Southern boys
were at the mercy of Florida. This
gives the university team the undis
puted championship of "the inter
collegiate series. Yesterday's game
concluded the series and Florida will
now take .the road.
3IILDRED ORRTO BRIXSOX
Mildred Orrie Brinson. infant daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, of Mr, and Mrs. W. 1, Brinson. of
Oxford. Fla.,, was born Sept. 1, 1911,
and, was taken to her heavenly home
March 28, 1912. This precious little
jewel 'was only spared as a sunbeam
In this 'old world :slx months and
twenty-eight days, but during this
brief visit to earth she was a srreat
source of .pleasure to her father,
mother, grandparents and other 'loved
ones, .i God loaned this little darling- to
them, and now he has taken her up to
heaven to be forever happy: The be bereaved
reaved bereaved loved ones are very I sad but
may the .Lord so comfort : their hearts
as to .enable them to say. 'The Lord
Kave, and the Lord taketh away; bless blessed
ed blessed be the name of the Lord." 4T
Her precious little body was tender tenderly
ly tenderly laid to rest in the Oxford cemetery,
on the afternoon of March 28, 1912. A
large number of sympathizing friends
accompanied "the loved, ones to the
graye. The funeral services- werg con-v
ducted t by the writer. The grave was
literally covered with beautiful flow flowers
ers flowers artistically arranged' by the hands
of kind friends; T. L. Z. Barr. 1
Showers tonight or Tuesday, except
fair southern portion. -
A CARD OF THANKS
3ui)d men wk
; ar 'cons Isten cy.
l,made a cUtake, iC11 ,r
inl and brave enousrh
. ect his error : He J er er-J
J er-J as follows -on, the lead
l.' issue in the state cam-
Mr, and Mrs. W. I Brinson of Ox
ford, Fla., desire, through me., to ex-
t- 1- .. .
NOTICE TO LIBRARY PATRONS
,The library, will be open from 3 to 5
every afternoon, except Saturday.
If you eat something which dis disagrees'
agrees' disagrees' with you, don't let it work its
own ; way through. Its a slow process
and makes you feel bad: : Get rid of It
quickly by taking a dose of HERBINE.
It drives out impurities In the stom stomach
ach stomach and bowels and you feel better
immediately. Trice 50c. Sold by all
FOR SALE Eggs from pure Engiisn
white, and brown penciled wing ducks,
well mated without Inbreeding, "and
best egg producers. 'One cTolIar for 12.
J. H. McClymonds, -32-. South Fourth
street, Ocala, Fla. V
Easfer rabbits, eggs etc., at Fishel's.
YOU DAVE TO
f Superintendent Brinson 'returned .on
Friday night fronf a week among the
schools-of the county. He started out
Tuesday forenoon and called .at- the
Bellevtew1 scbooL Professor Henry
Rickards is principal"- here .: ior," the
third term and is assisted by his daughter,-'
Miss Callie Rlekards for her sec
ond term.;. He found the'- principal's
room In the midst of a penmanship. drill
and the superintendent being an old
penmanship teacher, gave some extra
illustrations and suggestions. From
here he went on;, to Candler and ett
joyed the hospitality of Dr. Williams
for the night. '-.' -,. --t.
t. --t. On Wednesday -morning' he inspect
ed the Candler school and found It
larger in attendance ; than for some
years and the school makin splendid
progress under the instruction of Miss
Daisy, AlberUoh From ihere he went
to pkla waha and -called on the school
there in charge Of Miss Carolyne Pas Pasteur
teur Pasteur for the second term. The'trustees
have recently : erected an addition to
the main building for' an assistant's
room and this was taught by Miss
Ruth Gill of Anthony for some time,
but. the attendance for sundry reasons
fell below that required by the county
authorities for maintaining two teach teachers
ers teachers and the assistant discontinued, her
work. L Miss Pasteur has a system of
pupil assistants and 'monitors which'is
unique; and apparently works welL-Mr.
Brinson was taken care of for dinner
by Mr. John T. Lewis that all round
friend of humanity. ? Mr. Lewis has a
very pleasant home 'and Is just com completing'
pleting' completing' a large T :store hpuse; with a
commodious lodge hall on the second
floor. '-. :. ": --'.-. ;v
- From here he went; to Weirsdale and
was cordially taken care of by Mr and
Mrs. Henry Ras,J postmaster and" one
of the merchants there. On Thursday
morning he inspected the school which
is being most accentablv taueht hv
Miss Cora Murray for the fourth term.
From here he went to Mayvllle
which has not had sufficient pupils for
a number .of years to maintain a
school, by Starke's Ferry to Linadale.
Here he was most, pleasantly enter entertained
tained entertained ; by that : patriarch v among the
teaehers of the county, Mr. R. B. Ervin.
He and the Rev. B., I. Hull, who taught
the .Eaton Creek school last term, are
the foremost .representatives of the old
guard of the teaching force of the
county. Next morning the superintend superintendent
ent superintendent and teacher and most of the school
crossed Niggertown creek in a boat to
the school which is comDOSed of the
children., of two patrons, one sending
six and the other four, regularly. They
were very respectful and it was really
inspiring to see Mr. Ervin in his ad advanced
vanced advanced age leading these youngs pupils
out on the road to learning. This is in
the extreme 'southeast corner, of Mar Marion,
ion, Marion, county close to Lake county, and
the school house is about thirty-eight
miles from Ocala. Mr. Brinson had to
leave early in order to drive to Ocala
on Friday night and be in the office on
Saturday: He left his umbrella at the
school and had the full benefit of the
heavy rams on the way back. He came
through the' Moss Bluff and Electra
neighborhoods. ; The school at: the- lat-t
ter place taught by Miss Dixie Pillans,
has had to suspend on account of
measles prevailing among the pupils,
but : they expect to resume on ;next
The section visited by the superin superintendent
tendent superintendent is distinctly the orange sec section
tion section of the county and there is none
better in- the state. The many groves
are exceptionally fine "and-. are- very
heavily laden with, bloom. -. .
Congress Cards..:." -V C"T
5c Tablets i, ;
iiiiuu U..UU, 1 miCLc
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Cairn Bwy 13
' -fin -'V
ITART LINK 8CHEDUIB
,i &tq .; :iused over the is is-'
' is-' car-: ;a; as j they have
af p rs il many years, sa i d
ibbcr. :?W have to deal
, ctavict : lease - system, the
;c i securing good roads, the
.',cf trusts' .tnd "corporatIons-7-.tcZZ
iTl:thoseJd.eallng with colon colon-!rn
!rn colon-!rn Ttal estate projects. Two
.gravest problems before the
. 3 fcr; rit they : will do toward
tL-T the-powers of the railroad
llon, and what,- they are going
with the problem of home arov-
v' rystcm of leasing" convicts to
Jth .t!-" -z? bidJer la-doomed. Then
"wKw Tr-:ie what .we will do 1 with
thers.' TJ T;rc-ld;' be unfair to place
prir' JL-t In competition with .free
n:r, -1 if ths standard of intelll intelll-CCZ
CCZ intelll-CCZ .' --Id, avert s well enough to
n- '"3 li Industries demanding
s!-' rJ:.j czlj thiasr we have left ts
t' V.zn cnvthe roads.-. We are
r tt.it'. we oust have;, .better
j.-.-- It rtsans a great deal to
. r ; ricrida. W are .tod far
" c '-train tbla phase of our
-! ;'; change, : however,
) . .t about gradually so
:T thO equilibrium of
'. too much.- u -.
) "r paople of 1 Marion
- ; Vith'ine that there
. i; :7ernment'that is
. ; c lj. tzjeh coramun-
!r, exposed' to any
. riht3 of home
-t?Ie of-our towns
rs the riht to
ere -cuanics 10 tneir
,s:9rho so.zaitniuuy ;assist-
ed them in nfctrsing- their precious lit
tle Infant, MUdred Orrie, during her
illness and djath. With very grate
ful hearts thtjy express their deep ap appreciation
preciation appreciation of Ithe professional services
of Dn Georg Wood. T, Lv 2. Barr,"
'Coleman, 'Ha.. March 28, 1912.
Washington April 1. Robert Love
Taylor, United States senator from
Tennessee, f Fiddling Bob" to all ; the
South, died here' last night, unable to
withstand tie shock of an operation
performed last Thursday.
ALL UNION MINERS OUT
Indianapolis, April 1.. No anthracite
or bituminous coal will be taken from
the mines today by union miners as a
result of; a suspension which went into
effect at .midnight last night, due to
wage troubles. -More a than 400.000
miners. about 15,000 In the anthracite
field and 250,000 in the bituminousi
will take a vacation which probably
will last only a few weeks."
SCOTT HEARD FROM
-Wellington,1 N. Z.r March 31. Capt
r F. Scott's vessel, 'Terra Nova, which
mrried the British expedition to the
antarctic region. has arrived at ?. Ak Ak-aroa,
aroa, Ak-aroa, a harbor In Banks peninsula, N.
Z.7 but has not brought back ; Captain
Scott or the members of his expedition.
The commander, of the Terra Nova
brought -instead -the ; brief message
from Scott that "on Jan. 8 he was 150
miles from the Bouth Pole and expect
ed to remain in the -Antarctic another
".LVET DEANS FOR SALS
tli rlgh t to the
rs of the; legisla legisla-r
r legisla-r rrs : general mat mat-U
U mat-U savejaty per cent
I -rlslature Is tak
rcttng .charter and
. 1: towns and
:i;irat right and
. ... The people of
tL?tttr qualified to
i ctra from other
r i'.are not ex ex-'
' ex-' t tth problems
' : tre. , -rtly
, rtediums. of
' Irsmf gra gra-r
r gra-r thousands
" I ery at-
l zr ; were
' tlcW-. v An
.... ;ae 34
. in the
i da not need
J: ttr' irr cent
i c 'ly under
15(1 bue."xrnne seea, xuiiy
matured and tethered dry, f. o.,; b.
Ocala 84 per busieV Ceo sample at the
fw:a. House Eirtzrthop, where any
other Informxtlo ca be had. Ster
ling Hooper. OTrarr.
' Notice Is bereJtr clven that, tbe
bn rd bf county c: rrcioners-will at
its regular mettlr ZZxy.. Ttb, at noon
1112 receive bu tT. opening the
right of .way ; an .Lalidin the; publie
mad from Daisy X Fort McCoy.
Si Cistrunk, Cleric
nirkison ChapW cf the U. D. C. will
hni.T st rummsltc zAe some -time : in
Anrii and friend ere: invited to lend
their aid in any t 7 they can.
' HOUSE FOR 2,
sirable partf M
to Corner sanch.
rr In the most de
;With all modern
. ,id South Second
. FOR, SALE I
eggs for; hatchin
lay, they 'pay
1. T'Tinar duck
v r winning
WILL LEE'S I
' Tbe best place in lhe cil y J
The Hart Line steamers v will leave
Silver Springs r at 2 o'clock every
y. except, axjhuwwi" 4
reservations at the of flee of Mr. W.
For sale, a" fully equipped Maxwell
runabout car, four passenger, in the
very best of condition. First check for
$375 takes It. Cash for quick sale.
Apply at Star office. .-.
V. B. KELLER & CO.
(Formerly Smith & Roberts)
Funeral Directors and
Lady Assistant when required
Calls Answered Promptly Night
or?Day, to Ail Parts ot City
Parlors Located Back of Frank's
DAY PuONE, 10
NIGHT PflONE, 448
V. B. KELLER & CO.
. Accidents to the- flesh
will happen, no matter :
. how careful you are. :
LI MIME NT
Kept aiways in the house Is
guarantee of prompt treat treatment
ment treatment whenever there is a cut,
burn. : bruise or other injury to
the flesh of any member of the
family. The sooner, these
wounds' are treated, the greater
certainty that they will heal
without much pain ; or lossot
time. It is equally certain that
the torture --of rheumatism,
-neuralgia and sciatica, lafiie
back, stiff ; neck and lumbago
t Will be eased. and the disease
r rTerinT is short and the cure
is speeuy and complete, v
Price XSet' Zti 'awl CW jf
-' '. CtI --,' v" .;
fee; IFdDn3 ;IL3i'
.if..-.-. .- m
which the cpstvin6
i ;j : .1 i
vouaiuenug ine manner 1
climbing higher and higher, it
cise greater economy in spenl is hece23ary:;thflr-;ic
where I come m: As I was 'ooiMffid thftir -mnni7i-
to retain my stock of Ready-ni)eUed in my sl vth
I now have on hand a large Uade Men's CloC it.
pnees that will certainly mearVe which I pron 1
for those whb take advantaM, "making "there ; r
AUTOMOBILE FOH SALE
TIMBER FOR SALE
5,000,000 feet; stumpage. -3
orange groves at. Lake Weir. v
R. I Martin, Merchant's Block.
Use Darby's rROPHYIACTIC FLUID
in the house and In the stable. It is
as good for animal flesh as It Is for the
hutnan body. -It heals sores, cuts,
ragged wounds, colic, dysentery, galls,
chafes, scratches, distemper, bots and
worms. There is hardly any limit to
its usefulness about the home. Price
50 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug
gists. -, ..'.';-.. .,
FOR SALE Thoroughbred Barred
Plymouth Rock eggs for hatching,
?L50 for 15; ?3.50 for 50; $6 for 100.
Mrs. W. R. Dreher, Micanopy, Fla.
manufacturers refused to alLAe im Psnpoillirl
ited I must get rid of-themtb arrive, and mybuf s:?a-
siiuii umc "" ia ram gome to d u a
anything. Then too, I am ligh : QuaUty Gdodico'.aUor
my ime 01 onoes. 1 can' savhe same position t rc jri to
these lines, and all I ask is ou dollars cn aytiinfiin
let me prove it to; you. My ; you step-intc mi ste ci
juu nyni pa jyui Maranieeiii gu ra 26 p.,
7r1n wiqIi tn RPPiirp a suit vni f it d u z riuA
an do so by is
i : -IT"'
In cases of "rheumatism relief from
pain makes sleep and Test possible.
This may -be obtained by applying
Chamberlain's Liniment. For sale by
Rexall Cold Tablets do the work.
Can give you -the formula if you like.
25c the package at the Post Office
Drug Stores f-
Lame shoulder is nearly always due
to rheumatism1' of the muscles and
quickly- yields to the free application
of Chamberlain's Liniment. 5 For sale
by all dealers.
After you have had a row and life
looks mighty blue, send her a box of
.forrls candy and she'll J again love
you. uet it at the uourt rnarmacy.
When a medicine must be given to
young children it should be pleasant
to take. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
is made from loaf sugar, and the roots
used in its preparation give It a flavor
similar to maple syrup, making it
pleasant to take. It has no superior
for colds,-; croup and whooping cough
For sale 'by! all dealers. .'
Get; your prescriptions fliicd by BecK
at the Court Pharmacy and know they
"Our baby cries for Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy." writes Mrs. T. B. Ken
drick. Rasaca. Ga. "It is the best
cough remedy on ; the market for
coughs, colds and croup." For sale by
all dealers. ; ;,: -.
The Court Pharmacy has just Te-
relved a larger express shipment of the
packages f rort
each. If .you
good in tHe'
-- The v cr
of the opportuiu
number of ordejfG-
Always have on hand a n
Watches, BiamonQs, HinosAj Unredfcs
instruments, HZecIc ,vclvers
checpzr ttcois, Et
(Nest Co L
Weslt o5 ConiFSt&tonise
i X '
STORK FOR KENT
The new and handsome store room.
roomy and modern plate glass iront.
Possession at once, and can be fitted
up according to needs of tenant. Ap-
plf to Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.
Judge S. B. Brewton, mayor of
Ilinesville, Ga., derived such splendid
results from the. use of Foley Kidney
Pills that he wants others to. know
about it. He writes, "I have nsed Fo Foley
ley Foley Kidney Pills and feel that I have
obtained great benefit from them and
I heartily recommend them f to any
party suffering from kidney troubles.
Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
: ; ". ;"j-;'- v."
FOR RENT Four room flat; also
cottage of seven, rooms, electric lights
and bath; near primary school. Mrs.
R. D. Fuller. .'
The photographer, over the Commer Commercial
cial Commercial 'Bank will be in -town one. more
week. 25 photos 25 cents, with three
positions.7.; Post cards. 90 cents ta dozen.
Parker Lucky Curve Fountain Pens
In any style or shape. A. largel assort
ment to select from at the Const Phar
for tooth not
Thermos bottles for both hot and
Ji u ids. Several sizes at Tydintrs
i rited to
- -7.' vim
' n,,,:iftM i 'ccrJially. invited
1UJV iT;W 'd'br Dress God
I '1- . la KrvnVrht frr
;.P,.. p 2.. ; :
u .w- 3.-; ...V v, '.
j'C-iV t ; cl
itioo t: r ? c -rs ej
r.a Crr v :i m
lae : : CTer ins
littlj Ulrza They
Douglas shoe at FIsbel'e.
VL. of P. meet this evening.
Odd "Fellows meet tomorrow night,
e afj t;.?iCkr J Eagles meet Wednesday eTening. I
from- diztrsctlon. A j. ,,
-tae TlSJl'Moji meet Thursday night.
prepares the way for .. .
from PjJ Mr7 Leslie Home la doing well today.
y; Dollars at ti teres j ; -
! irnnd brtass fort Mr RawJa wt ln the city fo?
grow L f Vftnrt (nH.v :
"A beautiful line of ; stationery' and
'"- II .A 'A- ? I
1 1 .. M L"Ix ar l Tydings.ft Co.
k i W L V K
jtic and forei
Raster millinery at Fishel'ss.
Judge Bullock returned from Bash-
nell this morning. N-
Flower seeds and bulbs of all kinds
at Tydings & Co.
Marquisette dresses at:: Fishel's.
Mr. William Hocker left for a busi business
ness business visit-to Jacksonville today.
Mr. otto Schwartz left for Savan Savannah
nah Savannah today. v
Men's Easter suits at Fishel's.
; Miss Mamie Harding of New Tork
was at the Ocala House last night. :
W T. Fleming of Tallahassee was at
the Ocala House last night.
' Children's dresses at Fishel's.
Mr. T. D.- Dillon left today for At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, where he expects to spend the
Found, an auto number. Call at the
Star office, pay for this ad. and prove
Douglas shoes at Fishel's.
Mrs. Henry Perry of Miami arrived
Sunday for a visit to her daughter,
Mrs. J. O. Dekle. v
Alma Zada Face Powder Is the best
we have to offer at 50c the box. '.The
Post Office Drug Stores.
Easter novelties at Fishel's.
"Mr. Albert Marsh." a skilled ac accountant
countant accountant of Augusta, Ga., is at the
FOR SALBA few good milk cows;
fresh to palL Jas. T. Rawls. Crystal
. Holeproof hosiery at Fishel's.
The Presbyterian Embroidery. Circle
meets this afternoon with Miss Mary
' FOR RENT Two large, nicely fur furnished
nished furnished rooms for young men.' Inquire
at 53 South 4th street. v
Children's dresses at Fishel's.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Roess and little
son, Martin, "returned from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville on the Seaboard yesterday.
FOR SAL.E-f4At a bargain, an Indian
motorcycle inlgood condition. Apply
at Stan office. ,: v ;
House dresses, 98c at Fishel's.
Mr. and Mrs. I). S. U'nndrn anfl
"Mjrhter, Miss Blair. went down to
7T for a week's stay yesterday.
W li ..- Ut
berthe day i the
3onaay. The ,Oa is
o clear f ro CVtngs
Oklawana rivfsioiit 9
Ocala Nor Ain fives
Seaboard; it TD a.
for Touna tMsei ji 50
t' niurn tn ringii at
W v AlbertJrah
- R. Brtttonpn, Issu
others to 4 Fj-s
and Tar Cas llbne
t daughter. 1 agd iny
r wa"iU ailed with
Sla; We trlit medi medi-H
H medi-H she seeml getting
I vTe then Foley's
f and ; Tar J and it
I the dtseas4ntually
it coropletow o o-Cvey
Cvey o-Cvey and Tah saved
i i sold ny bnopoly
T just .Teck alp alp-fresb
fresb alp-fresb and 4. corn.
Hia seCt that
13 d vrif satis-
: Cpt PK lg
Han and 4 cause
the aiinip romeri
: tv ijimple
- rry Ur onse-
1 til tin's
tlstt I may
xt roast in a paper "bag,
from the Post. Office
Drug Store. 25c the pActcage,
I" TOSIGHT AT .TCSAO'tSV
- The program at" the Air C;a ;o
night, promises ; to be one of jthe best
of the past few -weeks. .Thero wiU be
a good- assortment of plctores one
for every person that likes to "eeood
pictures. Tonight the picture with
the exciting race in it will be shown.
The finish of the race is very exciting
and the ending is appropriate. -:
-"Dooly's Scheme is s good comic.
"The Outlaw's Ieputy. XJlg" BJU
Anderson is featured In this picture
and he is at his best. v
"An Aeroplane ElopemeaL This is
a very exciting picture made by the
Vitagraph Co.. :
THE OCALA SAXrrARirM
- This new institution for the treat'
ment of sick and wounded is located
in the second story of Miss McClure's
house on North Main street. It opened
Its doors last week and already has
several patients. The management
nas not concluded all arrangements
yet, but the foundation laid, and the
sanitarium is capable" of doing good
work for the afflicted.
'; tr f
. Services at Grace church tomorrow,
Tuesday in holy week: Holy Eucharist
at 7 a. m. Evening prayer and medi meditation
tation meditation at 7:30 p. m.
i. Mr. Albert M.- Williamson of the
Jacksonville Floridian. was in "the city
Sunday and paid the Star an appre appreciated
ciated appreciated call. Mr Williamson tffenty odd
years ago, was a resident of. Citrus
county, and represented that county
for a terra in the state senate. For
the last dozen or more years, he has
made his home in Jacksonville but his
Citrus and Marion county friends have
not forgotten, and are always glad to
A handsome sign has Just been
finished by the Dodge Company for
Mr. A. M. Lansford, who Intends to.
sink it in Silver Springs as an adver advertisement
tisement advertisement for the Victor talking machine.-.-:
. : :-v:. ;V
Mrs. Slyvan McElroy came up from
Orlando yesterday, to visit., her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dosier in this
city. - --7
Mr. H. S. Chubb, the benevolent au
tocrat of the republican party in this
state, passed thru Ocala yesterday, on
his way from Winter Park fo Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. Ills Ocala friends. Irrespective
of : party, are always; glad to see Mr.
Chubb. -. ..
Mr. W. P. Edwards was operated on
fof appendicitis at the Ocala Sanitar Sanitarium,
ium, Sanitarium, by a Jacksonville specialist, aided
by his home physician last night. Mr.
Edwards is resting, easily and his
friends have "good reason to believe he
will soon be well. ;
Mr. R." I Simmons of Spring Park,
who. has Leen very ill for .some days,
was brought to the Marion County
Hospital Saturday night. .
Mr. Will Dillaberry. & Marion coun county
ty county boy who bas been a resident of St.
Petersburg for the last few years, "was
in the city yesterday. :
Mr. Marcus Frank returned Satur
day morning from Savannah, where he
and Mrs. Frank attended the wedding
of Mrs. Frank's sister Miss Rosa Mar
cus, to Mr, Joseph Fromberg, a rising
young lawyer of Charleston. The wed
ding was a brilliant social 'affair, and
was largely attended. Mrr and Mrs.
Fromberg will pass their .honeymoon
on the American Riverla. the East
Coast of Florida. '. Mrs.- Frank and her
little daughter will remain' with Mrs.
Frank's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Marcus, f or a few days before return
Easter rabbits, eggs, etc., at Fishel's.
One of our Ocala physicians was
cwHed to Tiller's still, near Martin Sat-
man. Into whose
-it to reli
Mr. E. R. Robinson expects to leave
in a few.days for Panama, to take a
position with the canal workers.
We do paperhanglng and decorating,
etc., as well. See Denno about it Al Alvarez
varez Alvarez street.
.. New shirt waists at Fishel's.
; The -Star regrets to hear of the se severe
vere severe Illness of that-honored old citl citl-xen,
xen, citl-xen, Gen. H. W.. Long of Martel.
Cooking with, paper tags? Call us
up for a package at: 25c. The Post
Office Drug Store.
House dresses, 98c. at Fishel's.
Louis E. Stroh, the motorcycle path pathfinder,
finder, pathfinder, was at -the ; Ocala House Sun Sunday;
day; Sunday; --v -: v'.. -,
Mrs. R. W. Cooke Is entertaining
her friend, Mrs. Sarah B. Ly.ons of Co Columbus,
lumbus, Columbus, Ohio.
One of the most complete lines of
perfumes, soaps and cosmetics in the
state, at Tydlngs & Co.
Mrs. E. M. Johnson of Birmingham,
who has been visiting friends in this
city, -will leave tomorrow for Tampa.
. Mr.' D. E. Mclver was called to Fort
McCoy today, to prepare for shipment
the body of a resident of that place
Who died last nlghti
FOR RENT One, nice office room
adjoining my office over. the Commer Commercial
cial Commercial Bank. Apply to Dr. JL. F. Elalock.
FOR' RENT A furnished house, well
arranged, modern conveniences, splen splendid
did splendid water. Apply at ;-4T- South Third
street... -;1 '- :x
The Star is glad to hear that little
Elise Graham Is slightly better today.
Another trained nurse. Miss McVIcar
of Jacksonville,, arrived yesterday, to
aid In caring for the t baby. f
If you are Irva hurry for your pre prescriptions,
scriptions, prescriptions, 'try tie Court Pharmacy's
quick delivery system. v .
Xo. 3 Size Tomatoes, per can. .12c
7-Ponnd Sack Graham Flo nr. .30c
12-Pound Sack Graham Floor . 45c.
7-Pound Sack Rye Flour. . .30c
is-Pd. Sack "Whole Wheat Floor 45c.
7-Pd. Sack Whole Wheat Floor 30c
: UO 1TM.LAST :
W-J, At -J ..
SUCCESSOR Ttt H-XT3 CARS
face ".his dusky ducks
thrown a ,dipperfull of scald ingwfT
Chick is: badly, disfigured but not out
of the ring. The belligerent lady,
Margaret James by name, was arrest arrested.
ed. arrested. ; :;
3rigkt r m :"; -tmi
3?o one who stepped into the Ocala
National Bank today and observed
Henry D. Stokes calmly attending to
his duties, .would have sapposed that
during some, strenuous minutes of last
night he engaged fn a hand to .hand
fight with a desperado to 'preserve his
own Bfe and the property of the bank.
No one who met Sheriff Galloway and
was greeted .with his usual genial and
apparently unconcerned manner .would
have supposed that- before daylight
this morning he was roused from hfs
bed to take in charge one of the most
notorious criminals that has ever
practiced the art of burglary in North
America. ; -Last
night soon after midnight,- Mr.
Stokes, to whom : hard wyk and. a
clear conscience usually secures ; sound
sleep, was awakened from his slumb slumbers,
ers, slumbers, in his .borne 'in the 'northeastern
part of the city, by the uneasy feeling
that something was wrong, at the
bank. Try as he would to- get rid of
the sensation that his common sense
told him was unreasonable, he could
not succeed, and finally, despairing of
going back to sleep, he arose, dressed
and. without awaking anyone, slipped
out of the house and came down town.
The public square was quiet; there
wasn't even a hack In sight, and half
smiling, at his own surrender to Ahis
delusion, he walked up to the bank to
receive a distinct shock when he found
all the lights were out and the build building
ing building was as dark as a tomb.
Still, this might only be an acci accident,
dent, accident, and he did not- feel like making
an alarm" until he was sure he had
reason to do so. Cautiously and with
catlike footsteps he passed along the
sidewalk on the south and west of the
building, not seeing nor hearing any anything
thing anything suspicious, but observing the
unwonted fact, that not a human being
seemed to be in that part 'of the town-
Returning to the front of the bank,
and without, making the slightest
nofse. the let himself in. not at the
mam entrance. Dut into the president's
quarters, a spacious and ;well furnish
ed room In the southeast corner of the
building. Once inside, he stopped,
looked and listened,' but beyond the
darkness and his indefinable feeling of
something wrong, he could discover no
cause for alarm.
Very cautiously, he pushed open the
door that let out of the president's
room into his own. neat and commo
dious office. Still darkness and quiet
greeted him,' and he decided -to go into
the lobby1 and see if he could turn on
the electric llgh t. ,. v :
' Just then he became conscious of a
faint Illumination," and looking toward
the vault thought he could see Just
the faintest light before the -big steel
shutters that guard the cash of the
Ocala National. At the same time he
felt rather than heard the faintest of
grinding sounds. '-.
For nearly any. other man, that
would have been enough, and he would
have made an immediate sneak and a
search ; for : a policeman." But Henry
Stokes is not that kind he had no idea
of letting a thief "have any chance, of
escaping- with- the valuable property
entrusted to his care.
On a shelf under the teller's window
was a revolver unless It had been
removed. Mr. Stokes slipped off his
shoes and moved as easily as a panther
stalking its pre y thru his own offlee
Into that of, the teller. .Reaching for
the pistol, his already high courage
was fostlfied tenfold when his, fingers
closed over the stock of the weapon. i
" Armed, he now stood confident in
the darkness, equal to anything ; or
anyone, while with his eyes and ears he!
sought the cause of his unwonted ex-!
perlence. Almost immediately he per-!
ceived a" narrow but distinct gleam of
light; cast' on the door of the vault by
a small electric "torch, which; also,, re
vealed apair ofhands busily
r f" r
CAPITA!. PXliT rU-iJ -v.
. D- STOHI. C'tlZT,
JNa L EDWARDS. Pra i fAT
lights outside, and the two men could
see each other and the; objects around
them. Frightened, desperate and al almost
most almost exhausted, the burglar was a
pitiful object, and Mr. Stokes f elf sor sorry
ry sorry for him... .
Outside the directors room and over
looking the banking space below Is a j
veranda, large enough for 'several men
to stand on, but hardly big enough tor
a gladiatorial arena. Out on this
stepped the burglar, -evidently intend intending
ing intending to jump down in the bookkeeDers
office and from there make another
try for the back door. A looklnto jthe
dark space below daunted him, and he
turned just in time to meet Stokes,
who came full tilt outof the directors'
room. They grappled, struggled a few
seconds and then went over the verge
and down into the dark room in front
of the vault, on whose door the burg
lars, electric torch yet shed a. feeble
Mr. Stokes was on top as' they went
over, and he lust-had time to wonder
what sort of a 'buffer the burglar
would make between, him. and the
marble floor when they landed with a
stunning shock, and he woke" up to
.-' : .C : ".
- '"i c,.'.
Mr. S. I Griggs of Oxford was
brought to the Ocala Sanitarium yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Mr. Griggs is a leading citi citizen
zen citizen of Oxford, and his friends hope for
his early recovery.
: E. L. Parker of : Umatilla, A. B.
Phillips of Talatka and J. B. Withers
of Lochloosa were at the Colonial Sun-,
day. .. ,. ;'-''Vr:
C. W. Ross of Burbank, E E. Per Perkins
kins Perkins of Fort McCoy and Henry Beville
of Bushnell were at the Colonial Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night.:
; Dr. J. D. DeVane and Mr. M. E. Hig Hig-gins
gins Hig-gins of Mascotte, were in the city SaN
urday, guests of Mr. A B. Boone and
Mr. W. S. C. Yonge.
A good dog always likes a good
man. so a valuable bird dog has taken
up his residence with Mr. Geo. F. Will Williams.
iams. Williams. George Ulkes the dog very well
but he will surrender, him to the right rightful
ful rightful owner. : i N
Mrs. W. H. Dodge and Mrs. Frank J.
Huber left today for Jacksonville, to
attend the Presbyterian Union of the
Suwannee Presbytery, which meets in
the Springfield Presbyterian church
tomorrow. Mrs, Dodge is president : of
the union and Mrs. Huberts the dele delegate
gate delegate from the Woman's Home and For Foreign
eign Foreign Mission Society of Ocala.
Cottolene (Iiarge Backet) . .$1.20
Arntenr'e Star Kama, r oaad...27e
Pickles ( Quart Jar) ...... v.20c
Hominy (Van Camp's) ...... .9c
Racon,- Per Pound ..... ,'. ilOc
Grits, (Ten Pounds) ... ... . ,25c
Meal, (Ten -Pounds) . . .25c
Runiford Baking Powderi 1-lb
; Can '. .25c
Irish Potatoes (Peek) I.C... ......49c
'- -f '''.' -j- ": "". -,-, . i .'
Ferguson & Usher's Old Sfcnd
. ... n I I I
-Atk Us M Tit J I
Mr. C. T. Hodge, after spending
Sunday at home,1 went out on the road
today, for a; two-months trip. Mr.
Hodge, senior, who has been quite sick
at the home of his son, expects to be
able to resume bis travels by Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. 1
In Judge BeH' court ; thiatnorning,
H. F, Smith of BellevieW wa flned
100 and costs for carrying concealed
weapons..; '-i' i'- "', i .,
'" V -' -. -. ii ii.ii tm .ii- .mill i ii i mil -i -s-
Mr. Chas. F. Fiippen returned today
from a visit to Sir. George Moore at
Lakeland. He reports Mr. Moore and
his partner, Mr. Stanford Jewett, doing
well In their new location.
. Saturday night was the thirtieth
birthday of Mr. h t. Chandlen and it
was appropriately celebrated with an
elegant supper at which several of his
friends were present-. J :
Mr. C R.:Kregerj has sold out his
candy and soft drink c business to
George Tubal. Mr. iKreger has remo?
ed the Times-Union agency into an another
other another room of the 'Rsobertson block and
will continue to look after the Ocala
business of the. big (Jacksonville paper.
- Miss Margaret
been the' guest of
left today for San
ttinger, who has
ss ;f Mary Phillips;
Are you interest
ffinklnTi If nn eo:
supply of the bags. 1 25c ; the packara
in paper, .bag
. to as for your
liiing some powerful
sinking into the steel almost
as tho it was cheese. Only too
dently a man was attached, to the
hands, but -of him could v nothing be
seen but a shadowy bulk. : J
And now; Henry Stokes gave 'way to
a brave but needless impulse of hu humanity.
manity. humanity. It was his right and his duty
to fire on this marauder, who was un-r
doybtedjy armed and willing to com commit
mit commit murder. But Mr. Stokes could not
bear to do this instead, inch by inph,
he advanced on the robber, intending,
with a grasp of his collar and the pis pistol
tol pistol at his ear, to make him a prisoner.
The plaa well nigh succeeded. So
close .was Mr.' Stokes upon the thief
that another Inch would have Insured
the clutch and the drop. But just
then, the burglar, warned by some
sixth sense, looked up, saw his almost
captor looming over him in the gloom,
dropped his tools and rose, a weapon
glinting dully in his hand as he gain gained
ed gained his feet.; ''r' -iv
Mr. Stokes then would have fired,
but the resourceful, thug, who had
battled for life and liberty many times
before, threw out bis left hand and
caught the threatening pistol Just as
the hammer fell. His fingers shut
down on the hammer Just in time to
ease the firing pin down on the cart cartridge;
ridge; cartridge; at the same' instant he pushed
his own pistol ..against, Mr. Stokes
forehead, but Henry caught his'thand
in an iron grip that would not let the
trigger be pulled.
Each restricting the other to na nature's
ture's nature's weapons, they battled for no
one knows- how many minutes in the
darkness. Both powerful v men, they
swayed'back and forth and whirled
around and around, neither making
any sound except his own labored
breathing. The. Ocala National Is fur furnished
nished furnished solidly, and there were no light
or trashy objects to be knocked down
with a noise, so no one passing on the
sidewalk would have heard any sound
to denote that one man's liberty and
two men's lives were hanging in '. the
balance a few feet away. i 5
The burglar was : a powerful man.
but hi strength had been sapped "by
dissipation, and little : by little ,; Mr.
Stokes bore him down. After awhile,
both went to the floor, the burglar be below;
low; below; and Henry, relaxed ; his grip a
second to draw his breath and obtain
a. better hold. In that;" instant, the
burglar twisted like an eel and slipped
loose, and both men rose to. their feet
again. -" - '.
Both were unarmed, the pistols lay
in the darkness .on the floor.. ..r Henry
drew one mighty, welcome breath into
his pumping lungs, and leaped again
for his- foe. But the burglar had
enough he ducked and slipped out of
the." teller's office, thru the cashier's
room into the lobby and made.-for the
T Close ; on his heels followed the
cashier, determined' that all: bis des
perate battle should not be 'for noth-.
ing, So closely did he follow the
thief "that he ; could -not gain the ;vetr
door, but turned, aside and ran up-
stairs into the directors room. IZrr
he made for a: window. uU elr;r
pressed by Mr. Ctokes, edtJ ttcZ
the Ions tail?. .T":'j;u;. ;r rc?ra ,tra
realise that he had filled cut cf ttl
and the sun wa Tiring on the' morn morning
ing morning of the first of April.
FOR RENT Large Tronfe roon with
connecting bath. th ree blocks frora
public square. All modern ecsvea
fences. 'For: particulars enquire at thU
port ihttg an? no ia
Jf t regAiiar, monthly r jtlr ". xrlll
be held at S o'nlnnk Vrl'i
March it. at Tonga's IlalL ,
, It XT. DetVG. a
Chas. K. Cage, dark,.
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- .NO. 10, p. a A, u.
- Marion-Dunn Lodge No, It meets Is
the Temple on the first and tkli
Thursday ., evenings of each cr:zt3.
Visiting brethren cordially lavKi
- C IS, .Clmmons, U,
Jake Brown, Secretary.
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COXCORIma liODGG 3?. TJ. C31 A,
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Unlca cf
America, meets in Tonge's Halt ca the
second Thursday evelnar of rrci
nonth. Geo. L. Taylor, F. LL
. Chas. K. Sage Secretary.
OCALA LODCI3 TZO. XL P. 6. H
Ocala Lodge No. JS1.' Cenevcl--t ci
Protective Order, of ITlks, meets ac v,
ond and foarth Tuesday events U
each month. Vlsltlas brethren r..,-iya
welcome. Cd ward Draa, Li U. ;
- David ,S. WiiUam. Cecretary.
TULUXA lA7ini I.'O. 22, X O. CS. 17.
Tulula Lodge No. it. Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday at S p. m., in Tease's UxlL
Visiting brethren always weleoei.-
'Jake Brown. Noble Cran3.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary.
LOYAL ORDl 07 tioccu
Ocala Lodge No. 9t. Sleets aaeTa
Thursday night ln hall in XSary- tlrclx.
G. F. Uershoni Dictattr.
,-. W. I, ftapp. Secretary.
ocala cnAPTca ra is, n. ji. n.
Regular convocations or tsia crm
Chapter. No. IS, R. A. VL. on the frrta
Friday of every month at tv y..:
c. is. Conner, u. i,.:,
STAFOLIFE DAIRY FEED
Will Produce More Milk than Any
Other Feed on the Market-
Call Us Up.
Phone No. 8.
We can supply you with pure Ice for
all purposes,; whether your requira requira-ments
ments requira-ments are for home use' or for a car
load. Place your orders with us.
OCALA ICELAND PACKING CO.
- conventions held evary llzz't
ning in Castle Hall over Cu
drugstore. A cordial welcome ia v -ing
knights. J. G Ferguxsa. C. li
Chas. K. Sage. E. of li.- and U.-
OCALA AERD2 170. 1C14, PV a ,11
Ocala Aerie No.' 1 till' Internal-"C
der of Eagles, meets every Crxt : t
third Wednesdays In each moatX tl i
p. In Castle Halt Visitor trll
ers are always welcome.
- F. G. B. Weihe, TfzZZzzit,
N. L. Wllliamjc. Secretary.
You can eliminate all question ot
that MEAT ORDER not arriving on
time by phonmg fo. 101, t
Tills market has what ; yon want Jin
POULTRY, ROASTS, STEAKS, CHOPS,
SACSAGI3. HAMS, BACON, etc,, and
Will fill "yoar order1, promptly, satis satisfactorily
factorily satisfactorily and-at a' moderate price,
' Remember the number:" it's 13, -A
12:1$ pm Lv Jacksonville Ar :1
3:30 pm Ar.... Ocala.,.. Lv 11X2
(:45 a.m. Ar.i. Tampa... Lv t:3 ;
:.. .pazuLon cans
, BUFFirr corLcn c
ELEG15T vcrnr;;i3 coacz:
Oaa Jant Omt at Hew Tc
i'osl uinca irug bs
i:Tr:l ty t x.ry trca t e. stre
i K -
J i i n i - - ffif
easual Yision. V He heard other sounds ;
man the neat ox the rain upon the j
roor, ine roar or the wind down the
canon. "A voice that he had sworn
he would never forget, but which. God
forgive Urn, had jot now the cie -ss
that it might have had yestciday,
whispered awful words to him.
Anon he looked into another face,
red. too, with no hue from the hearth
cr leaping flame, but red with the
blood of ghastly wounds. He beard
again that report, the roar louder and
more terrible than any ieal of thun thunder
der thunder that rived, the clouds above his
head and nuuie the mountains quake
f "-t"""''. awm- Voa,' i
Baa A Starr af
A Romance cf Colorado
Jlutfvr oTbe Rat mad 6e Man,"
"The Utmd of Rcseamtioa. "fU
Better Mm. "Ham and the Hia-wy.-
"A tbe Sf Fir Upw3."
, r ;
ElustnSimms fcy IHnrorta T
f r 9 r 1
What's the li&e of saving a few cents and ruining
yonr watch ? If it is not keeping time it needs
repairing just the ; name 'as your body needs a
doctor .when you are sick. Ani like your body,
unless it is doctored at oiice,- it will go permanently
Bring that xvatch in today.
OCALA : : : : : FLORIDA
AN EASTER TRIP
In. your auto naturally suggests the
query as to what supplies you need. Is
your car fully equipped with tires,
(extra ones, too) lamps, lanterns, horn,
tools, plugs, oil, oilers, etc? If not
come here and secure what La needed.
We have every thing for the auto and
many thing? for the autoisL If you
cannot get it here there is a good rea reason
son reason for us not having It
T- BX VJ
(Copjritfht, 1811, by W. G. ChApmar
men be tad seen her lying prone,
yet unconsciously graceful In. her aban abandonment,
donment, abandonment, on the sward; he hid caught
a glimpse of her white face desperate desperately
ly desperately uptossed by the rolling water; he
had looked into the unfathomable
depth, of her eyes at that moment
when she had awakened in his arms
after such a struggle as had taxed Ids
manhood and almost broken his heart;
he had carried her unconsciously,
ghastly white with her pain-drawn
face, stumbling desperately oyer the
rocks In the beating rain to this, hi3
home. There he had held that poor,
bruised slender little foot in his hand,
gently, skilfully treating it, when he
longed to press his Hps passionately
upon it Last of all he had looked
Into her face, warmed with the red
light of the fire, searched her weary
eyes almost like blue pools, in whose
depths there yet lurked life and light,
while her golden hair tinged crim crimson
son crimson by the blaze lay on the white pil pillow
low pillow and he loved her. God pity him,
fighting against fact and admission of
It, yet how could he help it?
He had loved once before in his life
fi n is
f? '-v 1
He Stared From One to the Other.
and tremble. He was conscious aeain
of the awful stillness of death that su su-pervaded.
pervaded. su-pervaded. He dropped on his knees,
buried his face in his hands where
they rested on picture and locket on
the rude table.
Ah, the past died hard, for "a mo-'
ment he was the lover of old remorse,
with the fire of youth and spring hut kJTT l and
.living forgot! He would not be
- HeirMa Aniito Sales C.
ucTizx ci bovcrnment BuIIdlna Ocala. Fl.-i.
e fhal binds and fs bound
e less ol Mntr
rjiay. Poor twine is
Ed gain will pay the whole
good (nine, net tccacse it pays a bigier pro
f pays you to use that kind.
nr order NOW. Most of Ibe farmers realize it
e of us and we don't want to dissapoint YOU.
irn. Maipdlwai ne Co.
nle Tire' Pamp saveit time, money, labor, lame
language. By simply removing; a apark plna: and at at-Vtlon
Vtlon at-Vtlon It immediately fill yonr tlrea with pare, fresh
ji the engine of yonr auto. Moat wonderful lnven lnven-3
3 lnven-3 experiment. Satlaf action soaranteed. We are Klor-
t na have yonr order now. Price complete, 15.
jorthern R. R.Cb.
kE TABLE No. 4
ect Sunday, March 10th, 1912
. 5:40 a.
5To. 12 Paaaenger
Leave .......Ocala 7:30 a.
Arrive ....... Palatka .-. ...10:10 a.
( No. 14 Passenger
Leave Ocala .......2:30 p. m
Arrive ...... .Falatka 4:50 p. m
- Uth Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic Coast Line.
Willi CL & & F F. II. C. and A, C. I
" J & s -i " 'J
It was not like this. He did not rec
ognize this new passion in any light
from the past; therefore he would not
admit it. Hence, he did not under understand
stand understand it. But he saw and admitted
and understood enough to know that
the past was no longer the supreme
suDject in nis life, that the present
rose higher, bulked larger and hid
more and more of his far-off horizon.
lie relt like a knave and a traitor,
as if he had been base, disloyal, false
to his ideal, recreant to his remem remembrance.
brance. remembrance. Was he indeed a true man?
Did he have that rugged strength, that
abiding faith, that eternal conscious consciousness,
ness, consciousness, that lasting affection, beside
which the rocky paths he often trod
were things transient, perishable, ev evanescent?
anescent? evanescent? Was he a weakling that he
fell at the first sight of another
He stopped his ceaseless pace for forward
ward forward and backward, and stopped near
that frail and futile door. She was
there and there was noneto prevent
His hand sought the latch.
What was he about to do? God for forbid
bid forbid that a thought he could not freely
shae with humanity should enter his
brain then. He held all women sacred,
and so he had ever done, and this
woman in her loneliness, in her help helplessness,,
lessness,, helplessness,, in her weakness, trebly ap appealed
pealed appealed to him. But he would look
upon her, he would fain see if she
were there, if It were all not a dream,
the creation of his disordered imagin imagination.
ation. imagination. Men had gone mad in hermitages in
the mountains, they had been driven
insane in lonely oases in vast des
erts; and they had Peopled
tiidn with- mo- bi 11 mj0fm
- rf-and women
nAm. -- . J
in -.rVl. J).J J 1 t.
- w ui nan & a. uiaui ueicu uruu, iuu
oo much turned upon itself and with
too tremendous a pressure upon it,
producing an Illusion? Was there in
truth any woman there? He would
raise the latch and open the door and
look. Once more the hand went stealth stealthily
ily stealthily to the latch.
The woman slept quietly on. No thin
barricade easily unlocked or easily
broken protected her. Something in intangible,
tangible, intangible, yet stronger than the thick thickest,
est, thickest, the most rigid bars of steel guard guarded
ed guarded her; v something unseen, indescrib indescribable,
able, indescribable, but so unmistakable when it
throbs in the breast of those who de depend
pend depend on it feel that their dependence
is not in vain watched over her.
Cherishing no gvil thought, the man
had power to gratify his desire which
might yet bear a sinister construction
should it be observed. It was her pri privacy
vacy privacy he was invading. She had trust trusted
ed trusted to him, she had said so, to his hon honor,
or, honor, and that stood her in good stead.
His honor! Not in five years had he
heard the word or thought the thing,
but he had not forgotten it. She had
not appealed to an unreal thing; upon
that her trust was based. His hand
left the latch, it fell gently, he drew
back and turned away trembling, a
conqueror who mastered himself. He
was awake to the truth again.
What had he been about to do? Pro Profane,
fane, Profane, uninvited, the sanctity of her
chamber, violate the hospitality of his
own house? Even with a proper mo motive,
tive, motive, imperil his self-respect, shatter
her trust, endanger that honor which
so suddenly became a part of him on
demand? She would not probably
know; she could never know unless
she awoke. What of that? That an ancient
cient ancient honor of his life and race rose
like a mountain whose scarped face
cannot be scaled.
He fell ,back with a swift turn, a
feeling almost womanly; and more
men, perhaps, if they lived in fem feminine
inine feminine isolation, as self-centered as
women are so often by necessity,
would be as feminine as their sisters
influenced him, overcame him. His
hand went to his hunting shirt. Nerv Nervously
ously Nervously he tore it open; he grasped a
bright object that hung against his
breast. As he did so, the thought came
to nim that not before in five years
had he been for a moment uncon unconscious
scious unconscious of the pressure of that locket
over his heart, but now that this oth other
er other had come, he had to seek for it to
find it. :;- ;; ;. V
The man dragged It out, held It In
his hand and opened It. He held it so
tightly that It almost gave beneath
the Btrong grasp of his strong hand.
From a nearby box he drew another
object with his other hand. He took
the two to the Ugh V the soft light of
the candle upon the table, and stared
from one to thte other with eyes brlm-
r i crystal icaxera. be saw
false, he would be true, there was no
power in any feeble woman's tender
hand to drive him off his course, to
shake his purpose, to make him a new,
another man. Oh, Vanitas, Van Van-itatumj
itatumj Van-itatumj On the other side of the door the
unconscious woman slept quietly on.
The red firelight died away, the glow glowing
ing glowing coals sank into gray ash. Within
the other room the cold dawn stealing
through the unshaded window looked
upon a field of battle death, wound3,
triumphs, defeats portrayed upon one
poor human face, upturned as some sometimes
times sometimes victors and vanquished alike up upturn
turn upturn stark faces from the field to the
God above who may pity but who has
not intervened. .
So Jacob may have looked after
that awful night when he wrestled un until
til until the day broke, with the angel, and
would not let him go until he blessed
him, walking, forever after with halt halting
ing halting step as memorial, but with his
blessing earned. Hath this man's bless blessing
ing blessing won or not? And must he pay
for it if he hath achieved it? j
And all the while the woman slept
quietly upon the other side of that
A bundle of reel reipfs is ccf ccLrj lo s!:ei:i
after yon have fjrewn o c!J t ivcrCi.
This inaney Gat ycari con payif j cZt, nc
puj,u w mm. yiwc yea j JC3r
You do not have ta vi cnl yea Cave sccq
home fust cobe to cs.e will Icia yoa the ci
est on the yearly bdtes. ca a $1,C3.C0
equated would accct 010.43 per nonth
boih PRINCIPAL AND IFillEST.
The loan with accrseatsrest cay be paid on
lime Urns sioppico facr iaferesf.
ft you nave a mortcf a high rate of ic
the money at 5 per cent i
. 1 ice'
Build your hone, cothe facily in, fhetoc!
pleasures of a properlyvner and pay us bs.J
ed fust as yon now are ring rent.
Nothing could be cioriaple or practical.
(Get in touch with us lay.
ttz crite cl a
5 per ccr:l fz!zr-
thz payctz!3, if
s cacsct covers
ia part at cay
will loca yea
id enjoy all the
' Afiiiir I'An tiAA
TIE fiUAQAKUt MSSra:
Ineorporalediler Cu laws of the it
Hone Office Tt Flcor Carry BnlQ,
Ptoe 982 ;
HKWAHE OV OIXTMEXTS FOR CA CATARRH
TARRH CATARRH THAT CONTAIX MERCURY
As merctiry will, surelv destrov the
sense of smell and completely derange
tne whole system when enter
through the, mucous s u rL "CTc-s. Such
articles should n ,-,?er be used exceDt
"ins- from reputable physi-
ciansras the damage tney win ao is
ten fold to the good you can possibly
derive from them. Hall's Catarrh
Cure", manufactured by F. J. Cheney &
Co., Toledo. O., contains no mercury,
and is taken internally, acting direct directly
ly directly upon the, blood and mucous sur surfaces
faces surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the
genuine. It is taken internally and
made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney
& Co. Testimonials free. Sold by
druggists. Price 75c. per bottle. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
A" Prsr- ....
Y yP' "A
ITIXERARY OF CANDIDATES
Notice is hereby given that at the
meeting of the Democratic Executive
Committee of Marion county, held in
Ocala, Morida, 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, April 8, 1912.
Fort McCoy, April 9, 1912.
Anthony, April 10, 1912.
. Citra, April 13, 1912.
Mcintosh, April 15, 1912f
Flemington, April 17, 19.12.
Fairfield, April 19, 1912',
Martel, April 22, 1912.
Dunnellon, April 24, 1912.
Pedro, (morning) April; 25,
Moss Bluff, April 26,
Grahamville, April 27, 1912.
Ocala, April 29, 1912. :
L. "W. Duval, Chainman.
Clara Moore, Secretary!,
April 25, 1912.
Don't forget that th law requires
the state and county tax books to
close on the 31st day of' March and all
lands not paid on to bej advertised for
In coming or sending- to pay your
taxes, be sure and brng an old tax
receipt or other correct description of
At this season of tlie year we are
always crowded with .mail, so if you
have written us, don't j be uneasy. All
letters will be answered as fast as
possible and in the order received.
Yours very truly.
I Colbert, (Tax Collector.
Notice is hereby
assessment roll for
for the year 1912, as
presented to the city
oi equalization, is o
at tne eity clerk s o
Any person havii
make of the assessn
erty shall make the
council in writing o
-day, the Sth day
which date the" said
Witness my hand
city of Ocala, this :
ren that the tax
lie city or Ocala
the same will be
Council as a board
'en for inspection
ent of any prop-
same to the city
or before Tues Tues-7
7 Tues-7 April, 1912, on
board will sit to
nd the seal of the
arch 30. 1912.
IL C. Sistrunk,
City Clerk and Assfessor of Taxes
the City of Oiala.
Denno's prices foi
and let live" p'ric.
tent with good woi
painting are "live
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Book r1 connP a InatrucUa the pi-
"The Baptist Sewing Circle will hold
a sale Friday, April 5th. There will
be linens, waist (fronts, fancy articles
suitable for gifts, also cakes, candy
and Easter egg. Orders for cakes
and eggs will b;e appreciated and re receive
ceive receive special attention.
i department to enforce the at
kile ordinance. This ordlnanca Ta Tare's
re's Tare's drivers to, blow tbelr ttrr-r c?
'"ties when crossing a 7, trx I c t
jHAhs a corner.. The
bs is fifteen miles an hcr.
R. I Carter, City llzzl