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
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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.
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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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to visit hi parents, who live near
Dallas. He and his sister, Evelyn,
passed through our burgr Tuesday on
their way to Summerfield to do some
Messrs. Sigmon and Driggers have
a promising looking melon patch west
of Dallas. If they have good luck
with it they will realize quite a hand handsome
some handsome sum of money.
We j(2
He am! President Taft Nevereiv Ar
ABbaador at Washington Denies the
Report that the Republic Is
raigned by I Military Attain
Committee in Itetran! to the
Ainnivorth Affair



Take His Advice and f
Have Us FiH Your Prescriptions
In case you don't consult your doctor, our Proprietary
Medicines Yre always fresh and pure
and we have one for every ill:
we Funnisii YOU JUST whatthe doctor orders
No Substitution Here
Phone Us Your Needs



' Washington, April 11. I'resMent
Taft and Secretary .Stim.-;on were se severely
verely severely arraigned in a sensational re report
port report on the Ainsworth case presented
to the Hjiise yel-rday by the military
'affairs committee. Secretary Stimson
Is charged with having committed a
"great and irreparable wrong" and "a
1 flagrant misuse of official authority"
: when last February lie suspended Gen.
Ainsworth from his duties as adjutant
general of the army and charged him
with insubordination. That the presi president
dent president and Secretary Stimson prejudiced
the case: that the accusations
the general were based upon preju prejudice,
dice, prejudice, and that the .secretary of war
has an "erroneous idea" of his rela relation
tion relation to Congress are some of the other
conclusions reached by a majority of
the committee, of which Representa Representative
tive Representative Hay of Virginia is chairman.



One size smaller after using Allen's
Foot-Ease, the antiseptic powder for
the feet. It makes tight or new shoes
feel easy; gives Instant relief to corns
and bunions. It's the greatest comfort
discovery of the age. Relieves swollen
feet, blisters, callous and sore spots. It
is a certain relief for sweating, tired,

9 tender, aching feet. Always use it to

break in new shoes. Sold everywhere,
25c Don't accept any substitute. For
free trial package, address Allen S.
Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. 3

The Drug Store on the Square"


In knowing where the best and quick quickest
est quickest auto repairs are to be had when
your car meets with an accident. Keep
our address and phone number where
you can get at them and notify us at
once when your machine needs atten attention.
tion. attention. We'll do all the rest.

FEofMsi Mllo Sales Co.

North of Government OuUdinji

Ocala. Fla.

South Lake Weir. April 11. Rev. E.
, C. Albertson of this place preached an
Easter sermon at the Weirsdale church
'last Sunday morning.
I Mr. Oscar Gates and Mr. Wilbur
Morse of Westerly, R. I., who have
been touring the state this winter in
! Mr. Gates' car, came down from Ocala
Saturday and stayed over -Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Gates and family.
;They were accompanied down from
, Ocala by Mrs. A. G. Gates,
j Mr. M. S. Carnahan and daughter
and Miss Slicker were to leave thi3
l week for their northern homes, but
j have decided to stay another week.
Their many friends here wish they
would decide to s'tay all summer,
j Mr. McCrea, the traveling auditor of
the Seaboard Air Line, was here in inspecting
specting inspecting this office one day last week.
; Mr. Nathan Mayo and family and
two lady friends of Summerfield called
'on Mrs. Gates Sunday afternoon.
J Mrs. Willard and daughter, Mrs.
Grace Robinson. Mr. M. S. Carnahan
and daughter, Miss Ethel and Miss
! Slicker went up to oala Monday
morning on the early train and lur-

day they went out to Silver
returning home in the after-

ing the

! Springs,
j noon.
Mr. A

Yes, But Is U RifjM?
, Carrying a watch is of little value unless it keeps
riflht time. Every watch should be carefully gone
over by a practical watch repairer once in every 1 8
months. Don't spoil your watch
Dring it in here today



Dr. A. L. Tzlar
from Ocala "in
and were call call-Mr.
Mr. call-Mr. A. G. Gates

G. Gates and

and wife came down
Mr. Gates' auto Sunday
ers at the Gates home.

returned with them,
j Miss Myrtle liiekey spent Thursday
night with Miss Irene Gates and at attended
tended attended the party at Weirsdale given
,by Miss Lottie Black.


One of the most startling changes
ever seen in any man, according to W.
B. Holsclaw, Clarendon, Texas, was
"that all our family thought he was
effected years ago In his brother. "He
had such a dreadful cough," he writes,
going1 into consumption, but he be began
gan began to use Dr. King's New Discov Discovery,
ery, Discovery, and was completely cured by ten
bottles. Now he is sound and well and
weighs 218 pounds. For many years
our family has used this wonderful
remedy for coughs and colds with ex excellent
cellent excellent results." Its quick, safe, re reliable
liable reliable and guaranteed. Trice 50 cents
and $1.-, Trial bottle free at Tydings
& Company.



Talc no chances with a pain In the cheat.
Every case of consumption began with that
nymptom. Stop It at once with


It Lj q Fino Hcolina Remedy fcr
Ccro Lurgs, Ccuhs end
It promptly checks Inflammation, relaxes tightness, clears the
air passages, restores tone and strength to the bronchial tubes.
Relieves hoarseness, irritating coughs, tickling sensations In the
throat; removes, congestion and enables the patient to breathe
easily and rest comfortably at night.
Prlso 25c COc end 51.00 per Bottla.
Buy the $1.00 size. It contains five times as much
as the 25c size, and you get with each bottle a Dr.
- Berriclrs Red Pepper porous plaster for the chest.

Eye Salve is a safe aad

Soto Amp Mtcentxpi





Summerfield. April 11. E. C. Swear Swear-ingen
ingen Swear-ingen of Pedro was a visitor here last
Miss Mamie Goodwin of Pedro was
a- visitor last Saturday.
Guy Smith was a visitor here Sat Saturday
urday Saturday last.
J. W. Davis was at his post last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and entered many voters on the
registration books.
Miss Ada Nix of Belleview is here
visiting Miss Pearl Dlllard.
Mrs. William Griesinger of South
Bend, Ind., accompanied by her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Helen, are here visiting with Mrs.

John Miller. They expect to be here
two or three weeks. While here Mrs.
Griesinger inspected lands bought
from the Florida National Land Co.,
and she Is very well jileased.
Summerfield has a new industry
which will no doubt prove successful.
J. D. Beatty has started a factory for
the manufacture of a preparation
which is guaranteed to cure dandruff
and falling hair.
W. L. Smith was a visitor last Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. J. G. Ilildner, who is a new settler,
was a visitor -last Saturday.

As mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
through the mucous surfaces. Such
articles should never be used except
on prescriptions from reputable physi physicians,
cians, physicians, as the damage they will do 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 "5c. per bottle. Take
Halls Family Pills for constipation.


Weirsdale, April 11 Mr. Wallace W.
Reed, the popular A. C. L. agent at
Hawthorne, was the guest of his
mother, Mrs. A. M. Reed Easter Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Douglass attend attended
ed attended the dipper given at Candler last
Thursday by the Ladies' Aid Society.
There will be a social at the. Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church April. 19th under the
auspices of the W. C. T. U. All are
Mr. Carl Schmidt was a visitor to
the Brick City Tuesday,
Miss Bertie Cogglns came down
from Ocala Friday to spend Easter
with her parent?.
Mr. Ernest Wiggins has been suffer suffering
ing suffering the past week with a wounded
Mrs. Alice Reed entertained Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon from 2 to 5 at an egg
hunt. It was also in honor of Master
Reed's birthday. He received a number

of pretty presents. After the eggs had
been found delicious orangeade and
cakes were served by the hostess as assisted
sisted assisted by Misses Winnie Albertson.
Ollie Leayengood. Grace Simpson and
Lottie Black. Graphophone music was
enjoyed by the older ones while the
young folks played games on the
lawn. As the sun began to sink the
guests departed, thanking the hostess
for an enjoyable afternoon and wish wishing
ing wishing Herbert many happy returns of
the day.
The Easter services at the church
were well attended. Rev. E. Albert Albert-son
son Albert-son preached a-fine Easter sermon.

Washington, April 11. Mexican" Am Am-massador
massador Am-massador Gilberto y Martinez made
public a statement yesterday denying
reports probably emanating from rev revolutionists
olutionists revolutionists that the Madero adminis administration
tration administration has bankrupted the republic
and that a deficit of $5,000,000 exists
in the treasury. The. minister of
finance declares there is $22,500,000 in
the treasury.


Wacahoota, April 10. Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Smith returned from Fellowship
last week. Mrs. Smith had been visit visiting
ing visiting relatives and Mr. Smith had been
out to see the voters of district No. 2.
Mr. Kemm, after speending the win winter
ter winter very pleasantly at Mrs. V. P.
Smith's boarding house, left for Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky last Tuesday.
Mrs. C. R. Curry and daughter,
Thelma, returned from a few day's
visit to Melrose last Tuesday. While
at Melrose they attended the Baptist
Sunday school convention of the Santa
Fe Association, and report an excel excellent
lent excellent meeting and good attendance. Mrs.
Curry was accompanied home by her
aunt, Mrs. A. H. Martin of Augusta.

Mesdames L. M. and C. M. Smith re returned
turned returned Wednesday from a ten days
visit to Mr, L. D. Smith and family and
Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Beck of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Fla.
Messrs. Retls and Cedric Smith were
business visitors to Williston Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon.
Mr .and Mrs. R. C. Epperson of Wil Williston
liston Williston attended Easter services at the
Methodist church Sunday afternoon,
and were the guests of Mrs. L. ML.
Smith Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Smith were visit visiting
ing visiting relatives at Raleigh Sunday.
Mrs. Hunt, Mrs. R. Zetrouer and
daughters of Geiger, attended services
here Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. W. J. Edwards of Ocala, who
was visiting her mother, Mrs. V. P.
Smith, was called home suddenly last
Tuesday by the death of her cousin,
Mr. W. P. Edwards of Ocala.

Knew the merits of Hall's Texas Won Wonder,
der, Wonder, they would never suffer from kid-

iney, bladder or rheumatic trouble. A

dollar bottle is a sixty-days' treat

ment, and seldom falls to cure. Write
for local testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall,
2926 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Sold

by all druggists.

Lies often in a run-down system.
Weakness, nervousnew, lack cfappe cfappe-tite,
tite, cfappe-tite, energy and ambition, with disor disordered"
dered" disordered" liver and kidneys often follow
an attack of this wretched disease.
The greatest need then is Electric Bit Bitters,
ters, Bitters, the glorious, tonic, blood purifier
and regulator of stomach, liver and
kidneys. Thousands have, proved that
they wonderfully strengthen the
nerves, build up the system and re restore
store restore to health and good spirits after
an attack of grip. If suffering, try
them. Only 50 cents. Sold and perfect
satisfaction guaranteed by Tydings &

lake: weir

Lake Weir, April 10. Miss King of
Marietta, Ga., arrived Saturday to
spend a month with her sister, Mrs.
Pratt, who is occupying the Mclver
Mrs. Lou Fancher of Leesburg spent
Monday on the lake visiting friends.
Prof. D. D. Theus of Chattanooga,
gave a song service atthe school house
last night, which was a musical treat
and very largely attended. Prof. Theus
organized a singing class of eighteen
and expects to get twenty-five of
thirty- before beginning his Instruc Instructions.
tions. Instructions. Mrs. J. B. Martin delightfully enter entertained
tained entertained Mrs. R. L. Martin and Mrs. Kate
Clements Tuesday, the latter's birth birthday,
day, birthday, by taking them to Leesburg In
her auto to visit their" mutual friends,

Mrs. E. P. Moody and Mrs. Lou Fan Fancher,
cher, Fancher, returning by Lady Lake, where
she served a delicious picnic supper
in the park.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Bradford spent
several days the past week at Ocala
and Gainesville, going through the
country by auto.
Mrs. Sara P. Carson is building an
addition of two rooms to her cottage.
Mr. James Blair has the contract.

Things never look bright to ono
with "the blues." Ten to one the trou trouble
ble trouble is a sluggish liver, filling the sys system
tem system with bilious poison, that Dr. King's
New Life Pills would expel. Try them.
Let the joy of better feelings end "the
blues." Best for stomach, liver and
kidneys. 25c. at Tydings & Company.


sunnr mm







The Merchant's Cafe is nor 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.

Constipation brings many ailments
in its action and is, the primary cause

of much sickness. Keep your bowels

regular, madam, and you will escape
many of the ailments to which women

are subject. Constipation is a very
simple thing, but like many simple

things, it may lead to serious conse consequences.
quences. consequences. Nature often needs a little

assistance and when. Chamberlain's

Tablets are given at the first indica indication,
tion, indication, much distress and suffering may
be avoided. Sold by all dealers.

What would you think of a man
throwing silver dollars Into a well?
This is what you are doing if you are

not acquiring the habit of coming to

me for anything in my line. Why pay
more? B. Goldman, Pawnshop. Bar Bargains
gains Bargains in all lines.

Judge S. B. Brewton, mayor of
Hinesville, Ga., derived such splendid
results from the use of Foley Kidney
Pills that he wants others to know
about it. He writes, "I have used Fo Foley
ley Foley Kidney Pills and feel that I have
obtained great benefit from them and
I heartily recommend them to any
party suffering from kidney troubles."
Sold by Anti-Monopoly "Drugstore.

What would you think of a man
throwing silver dollars into a well?
This is what you are doing if you are
not acquiring the habit of coming to
me for anything in my line. Why pay
more? B. Goldman, Pawnshop. Bar Bargains
gains Bargains In all lines.

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. Price 50c. Sold by all

To separate a boy from a box of Buck Buck-len's
len's Buck-len's Arnica Salve. His pimples, boils,
scratches, knocks, strains and bruises
demand it, and its quick relief for
burns, scalds, or cuts is his right. Keep
it handy for boys, also girls. Heals
everything healable and does it quick.
Unequaled for piles. Only 23 cents at
Tydings & Company.


Dallas. April 11. Mrs. S. L. Hires
and little daughter, Virdie Mae. who
have been spending several weeks
with Mrs. Hires' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Sol Smith, returned to Irvine last Fri Friday.
day. Friday. They regreted very much to see
them leave. They are just two old
people all alone. They will miss them
very much.
Easton Smith will "soon te shipping
cukes. He has a nice patch of garden
peas. Mrs. Smith presented the writer
with a mess yesterday and they sure
were fine.
The truck in and around Dallas is
looking: very promising.
Mr. Willie Grimes came up from
Sarasota Monday night on the express

The first April meeting of the Union
was held April 4.
After devotions and roll call, the
minutes of previous meeting were ap approved.
proved. approved. It was moved and carried that the
candidates for office at the coming
primary be requested by the Union to
give their views on the temperance
Moved and carried that the Union
assist in making "Parent's Day, April
18th. a great success. Subject of the
day was "Temperance Halls." Mrs.
Buckley, Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Sigmon
each spoke on the subject.
Adjourned for two weeks.

Mrs. E. R. Britton, of Brltton, Miss.,
wishes others to know what Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound has done
for her daughter. "Sometime ago my
daughter was ill and threatened with
pneumonia. We tried different medi medicines
cines medicines but she seemed to be getting
worse. We then gave her Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound and it
checked the disease and eventually
cured her completely and we know Fo Foley's
ley's Foley's Honey and Tar Compound saved

.her life." Sold by the Anti-Monopoly


All wool blue serge suits for $7.50.
I guarantee to save you from $2 to $5
on a suit. Why pay more? B. Gold Gold-mac,
mac, Gold-mac, Pawnshop. Bargains in all Una.

I will allow you liberally for your
old trunk or suit case as part pay payment
ment payment on a new one. Why pay more?
B. Goldman, Pawnshop. Bargains in
all lines.

The correct treatment for cuts,
burns, scalds, wounds, sores, lumbago,
rheumatism or neuralgia 13 BAL BALLARD'S
ing, healing, penetrating and antiseptic which
is everything that is needed to effect
a complete cure. Price 23c, 50c and
$1 per bottle. Sold by all druggists.

(Cm CW CRj s$n f i.WiK

Of course we are Honest and aceu
rate, or we could not conduct the suc successful
cessful successful business we do. But it is as well
for you to know that when you : blijr.
goods at this store you are amply pro protected.
tected. protected. ;
This store is ugto-cBaite
We use all the latest mechanical contrivances that
make mistakes a practical imiossibility. All YOU need
trouble about is the selection of your purchases. With
our modern appliances your protection .is absolute and cofiT!
Here you will find a few Specials for Lent
Brick Codfis,h Smoked Halibut, Pickled Salmon, Fci
Mackerel 10c and 20c, Kippered Herring, Herring in' Terr:
to Sauce, Findon Haddock, Tunny Fish, Flaked Fish, Cod
Roe, Herring Roe, Ancho vie,. Clam Chowder, Clams, Lob:
sters, Shrimp, Deviled Crabs, Salmon Steak, Crab -Heat,'
Russian Caviar, Anchovy Paste, Bloater Paste, Goose liver.
Potato Chips, Etc.
Oo IK. Teapot Gi?ocGi?y

Two Phones, 16 and 174

Occli Eta.


If you are thinking of your summer
trip, think of me, as I am in position
to save you money on trunks and suit
cases, because I have an extensive
line, and the prices are right. Why
pay more? B. Goldman, Pawnshop.
Bargains in all lines.

When you have rheumatism In your
foot or instep apply Chamberlain's
Liniment and you will get quick re relief.
lief. relief. It costs but a quarter. Why
suffer? For sale by all dealers.

FOR SALE Eggs rrom pure English
white and brown penciled wing ducks,
well mated without inbreeding, and
best egg producers. One dollar for 12.
J. H. McClymonds. 32 South Fo'urth
street. Ocala. Fla.

The most common cause of insom insomnia
nia insomnia is disorders of the stomach. Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
correct these disorders and enable yoa
to sleep. For sale by all dealers.



Opt Bargains

One 9T5 Solid Mahogaar 4-piece Parlor Set, Upfcottere4 la arreea,
Loose Cafclon, slightly wed, almost like aew, oaly
Oae $50 Solid Leather Karpenw, make Parlor or Ofaee Roeker. . .
Oae $40 six-hole Steel Range, good coadltioa, used, only
Oae $15 Uall Tree, almost like aew, only ......
Oae 18x30 Beveled Freaeh Plate Mirror, framed
Oae $1$ Oak 5-drawer Chiffonier, like aew .....................
One $30 Heavy 2-taek post White Iron Bed, second hand .........
Oae $25 9x12 (room sie Art Sqaare, bat little nsed ............
La rare Xew Rags, $5J)d valor, roar choice now ...........
Sen Rags, 36x72 slxe, $4.75 value, yoar choice ..................
Xcw Rags, $3JSO grade for $2.30 1 $1.75 grade for T..
Oae klte Sewlag Machine, drop head, ased bat saleadld workla
One Domestic Sewing Machine, ased, bat like aew .......,-.-.
Other machines la good worklag order from $8 aa.


.. 1$X3

.. 13X3
.. ao -az

These are only some, There ere cCzzr Ccrci!z3 ti
Baclt ol Variety Store Ocds, CI:

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. la. V' whirlof politics this week,
Cll : forget the Marion f County;
The ;T1mes-UnIon is fighting1 Wilson
fax more fiercely than it ever fought e
republican candidate.
The Southern Commercial Congress
at Nashville closed its deliberations
Wednesday night. Senator Fletcher
of Florida was re-elected president.
Every of ange grower In Marion
county who Is ; able to go ; should at
; tend ; that meeting of the citrus fruit
men at the Tampa Bay Hotel April 18.
- Attorney General WIckersham says
he will -not serve longer than March 4
next If Taft Is re-elected. Unless the
. democratic party makes a fool of itself
and nominates Underwood, Its a safe
bet that Taft won't be re-elected.
Roosevelt gets plenty of straw votes
but be Is remarkably shy on the other
kind.- Times-Union.
-The editorial writers on the T.-U.
penned their little squibs and went
home before the returns from Illinois
came In. -'- 1 ;
A friend in Nashville, writing of the
lamented Senator Robert Ixve Taylor,
gives 'him the name often' applied to
him by the Inner circle of friends and
admirers in' his home state, "Ten "Tennessee's
nessee's "Tennessee's apostle of sunshine." Only a
truly good and very lovable man could
win and wear such a name.
The primary election in Tampa has
resulted in vhe renomination of Mayor
McKay and a decision to try commis commission
sion commission government. It seems to the Star
that a 'people sensible enough to re reelect
elect reelect McKay in spite of the abuse and
misrepresentation he has been subject subjected
ed subjected to' are intelligent enough to direct
their own affairs Instead of handing
them over to an autocracy.
Champ Clark ; led Wilson In the Il Illinois
linois Illinois primary by 140,000. If Wilson's
Florida opponents were supporting
Clark or Harmon, the Star would have
more patience with them, for it is pos possible,
sible, possible, for the democracy to elect either
of those gentlemen; but since every
well Informed man knows that Under Underwood
wood Underwood can't win, attemps to secure the
.nomination for him, coupled with his
support1 from corporation Interests,
look like a frame-up.
Senator Jones of Washington, in a
speech in the Senate Wednesday,, com
pared Roosevelt to Pontius Pilate,
which was going some. History de describes
scribes describes Pilate as a weak man with
good Intentions. No matter what
Roosevelt's Intentions are, no man who
knows enough ; to come in when it
rains can consider him weak. This is
the- first time, in the '.' Star's remem remembrance,
brance, remembrance, that Senator Jones of Wash
ington' has drawn a scare head In the
newspapers,', and it will probably be
the last. v
- They (the friends of Wilson) may be
working solelyifor the interests of the
down trodden common people, but
wheny the time comes for the distribu
tion of the pie,' the common people will
be edged" away from the counter by.
the hungry howlers. 'Miami 'Herald.
This is another Instance of the devil
having a violent attack of piety. The
crowd the; Miami Herald trains with
is marshaled, so thickly around the pie
counter that the common people can't
come In smelling distance of it.
The Star is afraid that Mr. Herbert
S. Phillips in his campaign against Mr.
Sparkman is appealing to some, very
unreasonable prejudices. For instance,
his naming as an argument against
Sparkman that" he has several bankers
on his campaign committee. As far as
Marlon county is concerned, there are
no men in It who are closer to the peo people
ple people or work harder for the public good
than 'the bankers, and we have 1 no
right to assume that it is different
elsewhere. ;
When the editor of the Star was a
printer boy, thirty years ago, Newell
Sanders ,ran a little plow factory in
Chattanooga. The writer has walked
.to It from the business center, two
miles away, to deliver job printing
more : than once, and he well remem
bers." that It wasn't much bigger than
Smoak's blacksmith shop. Newell Sand Sanders
ers Sanders did not cut much figure in the bus business
iness business world in those days, and none at
all in the fashionable one. But he
made a good plow. Now he is a mill millionaire,,
ionaire,, millionaire,, a power in his. home city, a
national committeeman in his party,
and the other day Governor Hooper
appointed him United States senator.
There is one great objection to the
Initiative, the referendum and the re recall
call recall that the Star has not so far seen
or heard mentioned-by those most in interested,
terested, interested, and that is the negro vote.
In all the southern states, the demo democratic
cratic democratic party, is in power, and the real
elections are primaries from which ne negroes
groes negroes are excluded. -There will not be
any excluding them from an election
in which one of these new questions
must be decided. In-our general elec elections,
tions, elections, the long and. : Intricate ballot
renders an uneducated person liable to
.vote partly: t or wholly against his
wishes, but all he would have to do In
a referendum or recall would be to
. obey the orders of his boss and vote

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yeo or no.. The same objection apalies

X9 Pennsylvania or any, eastern state
wht e there is large element of Ig
norant foreigners. In fact, this for
eign element; is far worse than south southern
ern southern negroes, erery one of whom, no
matter what his fallings may be. Is
loyal to his country! An Ignorant and
corrupt element is much to be dreaded
in the t ease of the : recall. Not only
could lt .be massed against the recall
of a corrupt official, but it could be
used to remove a good man from of office.
fice. office. If the Tecall Is ever put In gen general
eral general use, it will be like all other rules
it will work both ways. The ini initiative,
tiative, initiative, "referendum and recall-may do
very -we'll In cities and states with in intelligent
telligent intelligent swhite populations, but the
Star doesn't think they will work
A3 EIEGAT speech
' almost without ax audiexce
CoL Wm. M. Toomer, the eleventh
hour (and 59th minute) candidate for
congressman at large came in from
Jacksonville Wednesday afternoon and
scattered some handbills, announcing
that he would speak from the band
stand in the evening. At the appoint appointed
ed appointed hour, the distinguished gentleman
was on hand, and was accompanied to
the bandstand by Editor Harris and
half a dozen other leading citizens. Mr.
Harris,. In his usual graceful manner.
Introduced Mr. Toomer to the public,
the public square we mean, and for
qulte'a little while the candidate aired
his views, having plenty of room to do
so. Occasionally a passer-by stopped
to see what the fine-looking gentleman
was talking about, but most of his elo eloquence
quence eloquence went up as incense to the" silent
stars. Mr. Toomer thinks -the demo
cratic party is in danger of becoming
too progressive (which is to say the
rank and file think too much for them
selves) and needs safe and sane citi
zens about his size to sit on the lid.
Mr. Toomer. favors federal aid for pub public
lic public roads, in which respect he agrees
most surprisingly with all the rest of
us. He, handed out a lot or-otner
carefully edited sentiments, all ex
pressed in the most correct manner.
The gist of his thoughts will be found
In his advertisement elsewhere. He
went his way on his campaign tour
this morning, leaving only pleasant
memories behind.
Mr. Ed Carmichael will go to Jack
sonville Sunday to investigate a new.
powerful, shallow draft but speedy
freight boat that has been put in com
mission on the river. This boat, pro propelled
pelled propelled by powerful gas producer en engines,
gines, engines, will carry 100 tons of freight
with a draft of three and a half feet,'
and can make good time up any nar
row, crooked river. Mr. Carmichael Is
getting up figures on the cost of haul hauling
ing hauling freight from Jacksonville to i the
springs on a boat like, this one and
from there to Ocala by trucks.
The second edition of
the Marion
county booklet is out. It is even a
better looking and more Instructive
little volume than its predecessor. The
cover design of an orange grove is
more likely to catch the eye than that
of the first book. There are a number
of new illustrations and the statistics
have been brought nearer down to
date. It is an excellent advertisement
for the county and every resident of
Marion who has a friend in a more
northern state should see that a copy
is sent to him or .her. The clerk of
the circuit court will be glad to fur
nish copies of the booklet to all re
sponsible persons. Messrs-Z. C. Cham Cham-bliss.
bliss. Cham-bliss. C. Carmichael and S. T. Slstrunk
were the committee in charge of the
revision, and the work was done by
Mr. C. R. Kreger.
The ancient Greeksuhad a myth that
the entrance to Hades was guarded by
a fearful, three-headed dog. When
Aeneas visited the underworld to con confer
fer confer with the spirits of his dead friends,
his' guide threw a sop to Cerberus, and
while the grim guardian of the shades
was under Its Influence led the Trojan
hero thru the portal. There are a lot
of people, mostly women, in this world,
who try to make converts to religion
in something of the same spirit. They
talk and pretend to pray with appar appar-ently
ently appar-ently disinterested motives, deceiving
themselves sometimes more fully, than
they do others, but really in the back
of their consciences is the hope that
iney may De aDie to toss at. Jt'eter a
bunch of souls and slip thru the
celestial gate while he is sorting them
out. But no man or woman ever truly
awakened and uplifted a soul unless
willing to join with it in purer, strong
er brother or sisterhood than that of
blood. That is why the backwoods
preacher, the parish priest, the Salva Salvation
tion Salvation Army lad and lassie, move and
uplift their thousands while the fash
ionable churches are becoming more
and more religious clubs for their par
ticuiar sets.
In the death of Col. J. H. Livingston
of Ocala, who died suddenly in this
city yesterday, Florida loses a citizen
who will be missed. As a soldier in
the Confederate army, and as a busi
ness man in this state, CoL Livingston
had won a name for himself and was
highly regarded by all who knew him.
He leaves many friends and ac acquaintances
quaintances acquaintances throughout the state who
will sympathize with his family In be bereavement
reavement bereavement and mourn with his loved
ones, his sudden taking away. Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Metropolis, 10th.
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tab Tablets.
lets. Tablets. Druggists refund money if it fails
to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature Is
on each' box. 25c.




Many women bank at the
Munroe & Chambliss Bank
because we give especial at attention
tention attention totheir business. It
often happens that women
have occasion to use the ser services
vices services of a bank, 3et hesitate
to avail themselves of its ad advantages.
vantages. advantages. Every won an who comes to
this bank in quest of informa information
tion information or advice, may be assur assured
ed assured of friendly consideration
and courteous treatment.
United State Poatttl Saving Dank
(Miami Metropolis, April 1st)
Hon. William M. Toomer, who with
drew recently from the race for Con
gress as a candidate in the second
congressional district announces to
day that he will be a candidate for
In making his announcement, which
appears elsewhere in the columns of
the Metropolis, Colonel Toomer is gov governed
erned governed by the earnest and widespread
demands of his friends, who raised a
storm of protest when he withdrew as
a candidate in the second district. He
qualified today with Will H. Price, the
democratic state chairman, and is pre preparing
paring preparing for a -whirlwind campaign all
through the state.
The news that he has determined to
again enter the lists as a candidate
will be hailed with enthusiasm by his
thousands of friends throughout Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and the entire state, and he is
expected to make a record-breaking:
canvass" between now and the first
Colonel Toomer Is one of the leading
business men of the state and as a
lawyer ranks, with the leaders of the
bar of the entire country.. He is also
actively engaged in the' lumber and
1, ....
He has twice served as an assistant
attorney general of the United States,
representing the government in the
trial of two of the most Important
groups of cases in the last ten years.
Colonel Toomer is aged 46 and is at
his prime from the standpoint of in intellectual
tellectual intellectual development. He Is big and
broad in his views on all public ques questions
tions questions and enjoys the confidence" and
esteem of business men of this city
and state.
It is generally conceded that if he i3
successful in his ambition to win a
seat in Congress, he will represent
the state of Florida with dignity and
ability and prove himself a thorough
The Ocala Star prints an informal
but somewhat detailed prospectus of
its forthcoming industrial edition, de designed
signed designed as a complete exponent of the
attractions and excellences of Marion
county, from which it appears that no
pains will be spared to do justice to
the subject than which there is no
superior in the state. As something
of an expounder on the topic of pro
moting by publication, the Times takesfil
occasion to suggest earnestly that ev every
ery every solid business enterprise in the
country contribute Its full share In
material support to the forthcoming
expected edition. Every village in the
county should do the same thing and
have a department devoted to its own
special interests. The more business
bestowed upon the Star the better will
be made the publication and the great greater
er greater results not only in total but for
each factor participating. Tampa
Great Democratic Leader Will Speak
at the Duval Theater on the
Evening of April 18
On the evening of April 18, Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, the democratic voters of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville will have the opportunity of
hearing one-of the leading candidates
for the democratic nomination for the
presidency of the United States, when
Governor Woodrow Wilson of New
Jersey will speak in the Duval The Theater
ater Theater under the auspices of the Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row Wilson Club of Duval, county.
This will be the only occasion on
which Governor Wilson will speak in
Florida, and it is certain- that the
house will be filled to overflowing with
those who desire to hear and see one
of the foremost citizens of the coun country
try country today.
Governor Wilson's administration in
New Jersey has proven that he is im imbued
bued imbued with the highest ideals of public
service, and at the same time that he
possesses the ability and will to prac practically
tically practically carry out these ideals. Metropolis.



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The local candidates and a number
of Ocala citizens who were not candi candidates
dates candidates went to Anthony yesterday to
fill the appointment at that thriving
city. The Star man was with the
crowd, and arriving a short time be before
fore before the speaking began, took a run
around that section to look at the
farming and crop conditions.
Anthony Is In the heart of the finest
farming and truck raising section of
Florida, which statement is made
without fear of contradiction. There
is a scope of country nearly six miles
square and fully seventy-five per cent
is in cultivation and the crops never
looked better than now. Unless all
signs fail the people of the Anthony
section should one and all come out
away to the good with their farming
thi3 year.
The attendance of the men folks and
voters was not large, but the ladies
and children were present in large
numbers, school having been dismissed
for the day, and the gathering in the
school house park, beneath the" beau-
tif ul shaded trees was quite a large t
one and presented a most animated
scene. j
Most of the men were too busy with
their crops to attend the speaking. It
is their very busiest time till the har harvesting
vesting harvesting commences, and every lost hour
in the fields means much to them.
The ladies had prepared a great bas basket
ket basket dinner which at noon was spread
on the long tables beneath thrf trees i
and a huge kettle of chicken plllau andj
another of hot coffee was added to the'
cold viands. Such a dinner as was
served the candidates and visitors is
only found at a Marion county picnic.
Every one ate to his or her full ca capacity
pacity capacity and there was plenty left.
Among those from other sections of
the county whom the Star man knew,
were M. L. Payne of Fairfield, to whom
was delegated the office of master of
ceremonies; Allen Stephens of Sparr;
M. J. Timmons of Citra, and Mr.
Thomas of Pine.
At 11 o'clock Mr. Payne called the
gathering to order and introduced the
first speaker, Mr. Edwin Spencer, Jr.,
candidate for the legislature. Mr.
Spencer Is the orator of tlfe entire
bunch; he is not only an orator but
states his case clearly, concisely and
in a business-like manner that carries
conviction to his hearers. He told of
the over-production of local bills for
the relief of different people, bills to
validate illegal acts of different bodies,
etc. He thought candidates should dis dispense
pense dispense with pleasantries and state what
they proposed to do and stood for. He
was prepared to answer for himself,
yes or no on any issues that would
come before the legislature; he would
make the campaign on 4ssues and not
on personalities. He would work for
the passage of a law to reimburse the'
innocent purchasers for money paid for
stolen property out of the proceeds of
the thief. when sentenced; the abolition
of the present fee system in county of
fices. Favors the abolition of the pres present
ent present convict system, but it wquld have
to be done gradually, and to place the
convicts on the roads of the state as
fast as conditions justified. He would
work for the passage of a bill author authorizing
izing authorizing cities and towns to change their
own charters without burdening the
legislature with these hosts of local
bills'. He thought the people would be
best represented by a lawyer in the
legislature. He favored the abolition
of technicalities in the laws. If elect elected,
ed, elected, he would stay on the job, never be
absent from his seat and no bills
would be passed without his knowledge
and would work for or against them as
his convictions dictated. He favored a
law to improve the methods of our
public schools, and teach more prac practicalities
ticalities practicalities of life, instead of Latin and
Greek; that the public schools should
teach farming, industries and good
housekeeping, and not merely be a
preparatory step for the college edu education
cation education that ninety per cent of the pu pupils
pils pupils never get. Wants a more just tax taxation
ation taxation on the railroad property of the
state. Favored the election of U. S.
senators by direct vote of the people.
Favored an income tax law. Would
protect the. interests of the farmers in
their relations with the railroads. The
next legislature nvould make the laws
"I was ashamed of my face," writes
Miss Plckard of North Carolina. "It
was all frill of pimples and scars, but
after using D. D. D. Prescription for
Eczema I can say that now there is
no sign of that Eczema and that was
three years ago."
This is but one of thousands of cases
in which D. D. D. has simply washed
away the skin trouble. D. D. D.
cleanses the skin of the germs of Ec Eczema,
zema, Eczema, Psoriasis and other serious skin
diseases; stops the itch instantly, and
when used with D. D. D. soap the cures
seem to be permanent. Nothing like
D. D. D. for the complexion.
Trial bottle 25 cents, enough to
prove the merit of this wonderful rein reined
ed reined v.
We can also give you a fnll size
bottle for $1.00 on our absolute guar guarantee
antee guarantee that if this very firt bottle fails
to give you relief it will cost you noth nothing.
ing. nothing. Postoffice Drugstore and Annex, J. J.
Gerig. Proprietor.

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for a. million people, and It would, be a
very important position to hold a seat
in that body. He thought his youth
and enthusiasm with his future before
him Was in his favor.
Mr. W. J. Crosby, of Citra, candidate
for the legislature, followed. Mr. Cros Crosby
by Crosby "told of his residence in Florida all
of his life, and In Marion county for
twelve years, where be had made all
he has from the soil; that he was a
plain farmer and fruit grower. That
four years ago the people of his dis district
trict district elected him to the board of coun county
ty county commissioners, one of the most im important
portant important offices and most difficult to
fill in the county, and while he did not
attribute0 all of the success of the
board In Its administration of the
county's afifairs for the past four years
to his own efforts, he felt that he had
done his full share and his full duty in
the good work accomplished, and he
thought his training was a most ex excellent
cellent excellent one for a. man who aspired to
represent his people In the legislature;
that he was well fitted In every way to

represent the people there. Intelligent Intelligently,
ly, Intelligently, honestly and in a business-like
way, and probably knew the wants and
needs of the common people as well as
any man in the county: that he would
be in constant attention on the body if
elected, would keep posted on what
was going on and do his full share of
the work. He stated that It was nearly
a year before the legislature would
convene, and if he should be elected, he
would carefully study all measures
likely to come before that body and
measures that he thought were for the
good of the people, and be prepared to
act intelligently on them. He believed
in a law of equal assessment of all
values, favored the Improvement of
our great public school system. He
believed in good roads and the work working
ing working of convicts on them, but only as
faras the finances of the. state and
counties would admit; that the matter
of employing all the convicts on the
roads at once was impractical and the
counties could not afford it; that it
seemed to him his own board of com commissioners
missioners commissioners had solved the problem as
well as it could be, by partly working
and partly leasing them, thereby mak making
ing making the convicts sustain themselves.
Favored the election of U. S. senators
by direct vote; favored submitting the
initiative, referendum and recall to a
vote of the people; was not in favor of
bonding the state for roads, unless by
a vote, of the people. He favored the
income tax and increasing the powers
and scope of the railroad commission.
Mr. L S. Light of Reddick, the other
legislative aspirant, was introduced.
He was unfortunately not a cracker
but a Pennsylvania Dutchman, but the
fact that he had lived thirty-four of
his fifty-six years in Marion county,
married a cracker girl, raised a cracker
family, made all he had out of cracker
soil, etc, should make him now a
cracker and such he was. He then
gave the audience a little jolly on their
crops the best he had seen and that
the Anthony section was especially
beautiful and well cultivated. When
he first came to Marion he worked for
sixty cents a day, and instead of send sending
ing sending home to his father for money, he
stuck it out and in these same fields,
where he commenced work for others
at sixty cents a day he had made a
living ever since. He thought his six
teen years of trying to break into the
legislature had made him a better man
for that job than he could have pos possibly
sibly possibly been If he had never aspired to it,
and he never once referred to the fact
that he was once successful and had
made a fine record for his county In
the one term to which he was elected.
He had prepaired a circular letter and
mailed it to every voter, stating what
he would do and would not do if sent
to the legislature. This circular would
tell them all these things better than
he in a limited time could. He thought
the people should use good judgment
in selecting their men for the legisla legislature.
ture. legislature. As to his ability, honesty, etc.,
he referred to the solid vote received
in his own precinct every time he had
run. He knew before hand as clearly
what he would do in the legislature as
S. T. Sistrunk knew the duties of his
office, where Mr. Sistrunk could lay
his hands on any paper or information
on a moment's notice, as he has proven
by experience; that his methods were
systematic and' he had his information
and data at his finger tips and could
get results for his people if he was
elected. He was one pf the original
members of the shippers' association
that laid information before the rail railroad
road railroad commission that secured a great
reduction in both local and carload
shipments and saved the farmers thou thousands
sands thousands of dollars in this county, and he
was the only man In the lot prepared
with data to get results. He was the
first man to bring the Southern Ex Express
press Express Company before the commission.
If sent to the legislature he would
save the people in taxation and do his
best to lower the taxes two mills and
with the increased values and more
just equalization of taxes and the great
sum now in the state treasury he felt
this could be done. Much property in
the state was now assessed at a tithe
of its value, and especially railroad and
other corporation properties. Favored
direct vote on the election of U. Svsen Svsen-ators
ators Svsen-ators and abolition of the convict lease
system, but thought we must go slow
in the matter. He admired the pres present
ent present methods of the county commission commissioners
ers commissioners in this particular; was not in favor
of bonding the state, favored the ini initiative
tiative initiative and recall.
Mr. Payne then introduced Mr. P. H.
Nugent of Candler, candidate for coun county
ty county clerk. Mr. Nugent made a short,
pleasant talk, stating that there were
questions in his candidacy that he
would prefer to discuss in the pam pamphlets
phlets pamphlets he was mailing and giving to
the voters, as the matters would prove
long and tiresome to the ladles. He had
I been thirty years a citizen of Marion
(county and left the people to be the
judges of his citizenship and personal





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come in and look at the beautiful uew Drcca Gooda
and Trimmings, of all the latest, domestic and foreign
manufacture. : : .

An Elegant line of

Ready-to-Wear Garments

The Spring line ol Shoes czL Ccdcri 3
Oar Mr. Ben Rheinauer spent a month in the rnGJ
kets and hast surpassed all former efforts in the va variety
riety variety and loveliness of the goods bought for the
spring trade of IS 12. n ;



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character and fitness for the office. He
had been as liberal to charities, the
church, etc., as his means admitted. He
thought Mr. Sistrunk's twenty-six
years In office sufficient and the peo people
ple people were entitled to a change. He
thanked the audience and retired.
Mr. Sistrunk, the present" county
clerk and candidate ; for re-election,
was introduced. He stated that he was
-not an orator or a speechmaker,' but
that It was not necessary for him to
make a speech. Most of his bearers
had known him for a number of years
and knew 'whether he had discharged
the duties of the office satisfactorily
to them or not. He had made a num number
ber number of improvements in the office, all
of which had saved the people money
and simplified the records. The record recording
ing recording in books by typewriting machines
was not only much easier to read, but
saved many dollars In the number of
books used. He bad all deeds printed
at his own expense and gave them out
without charge. His fee for recording
the deeds, a very short but perfectly
legal form, was $1, when other counties
charged $1-25 for the same record, and
many counties had the long form,
which Increased the cost of .recording
more than double and therefore
brought more revenue to the clerk.
These charges were optional with the
clerk. His Index system was greatly
improved and simplified. The fees of
the clerk's office, sometimes said to be
very great, were largely what the
clerk made them, and he had tried to
keep the fees as low as consistent. He




Lcdles end G:

had made and published a' statemeat
of his explanation of the affairs be
tween himself and Mr. Nugent, fairly
and honestly. Just as he remembered
it. He would go through the cam campaign,
paign, campaign, without any hard feelings and if
he was elected he would be grateful to
the people and if Mr. Nugent should
defeat him he would take off his hat
to Mr. Nugent and wish him all sue--cess
and bear no hard feelings.
(Concluded Tomorrow)
Funeral Directors
Undertakers jind Ecbclinerg
Fine Caskets and Burial Rob2s
D. E. M'lVER. Fucral Director
All Work JOLf by Uceaaed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fnllr Guaranteed.
Phones: D. E. Mclver. 104; Bam
P""es. 30; Undertaking Of ilea. 4T.
Foe Baamc Kiomc r Qlm


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, Ljii- mm im&$ tmm ;
, Hero la a dime. Bare it. Not a large amount, you say? No, you're
Tight, yet it represents ten per cent interest on one dollar for a year. It's
the little things that count in this Ue- History tells us that the Duke of
"Wellington attributes the victory of the Allies at Waterloo to the closing of
the Hagomont Castlegates by James McDowell and John Graham. It was a
small thing. Bat the results, hare been marvelous as we look back oyer the
Intervening) years. : "" Philip X Armour knew the value of little things. They
say he packed everything but the -last breath of a hog utilizing the waste in
the manufacture of- by-protlufcts made him wealthy. The small boy by stick sticking
ing sticking his finger tn the leaknUhe dam saved Holland from destruction. A
few drops of water on a stone makes no impression the ; constant drip
wears way the stone. The little point on the auger prepares the way for
the large bored hole. A single grain of corn produces from one to two per perfect
fect perfect ears. And so the little dime Is a part of -a dollar. Dollars at Interest
produce Hollars Just as surely as the seedsowa on-rich ground brings fortb.
an abundant harvest. Then save the DIME! Watch it grow.


There is nothing aboat the home more beautiful or thai
adds more to yonr satisfaction and pleasure than a well kept
lawn.. The thing most necessary Jor this is a good lawn
Dower. v
The lawn is left smooth and even and the weeds cannot
grow. 'Onr,lawn mowers make the work a pleasure, rather
than a task. They have all the latest improvements, runs easily
and smoothly, are durable and make very little noise.
I7t guarantee every one to pive perfect satisfaction. When
such a small expense means a beautiful lawn for years to came,
yoa cannot afford to be wilhone one.
Ixvllsiipiioirii Mapdl w-aircs Co.



Do Prevent Skidding
Rchhtr Trcdhn Ssrfcce Prelected cd Reinforced by
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U$rd In-U$rd Pert cf the The end Net An Attachment. Firmly
htddd Hsrdzzd Steel Stzds Da Pretest S&Jdby.


,vWe take pleasure in announcing to the people of Ocala and vicinity, the
opening of our Modern Photograph S tudio. over the Flshel & Son Depart Depart-.'ment
.'ment Depart-.'ment Store, where we will in the future be prepared to do the finest work
"In 'our line ever .done' in Ocala.
V We cordially Invite you to call and Inspect our work and splendid
quarters, and you will bo thoroughly convinced that here only will you get
that quality of work that you have so long deaired.
, ; a visit to our studio will dispel all doubts.
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April 11' and 12
No. 50

"Mill fflllFlffi



Moose meet this evening.
Fraternal Union meets tonight.
Woodmen meet tomorrow evening.
Holeproof hosiery at Fishers.
Mrs. W. X. Camp is improving today.
Mrs. J.
C. B. Koonce is much better
Mayor Robertson is steadily improv improving.
ing. improving. New shirt waists at Fishel's.
Is Light
Ask the other
The Ocala House had over a hundred
guests last night.
Holeproof hosiery at Fishel's.
Mr. G. H. Sistrunk of Fort McCoy
was at the Ocala House last night.
Thermos bottles for both hot and
cold fluids. Several sizes at Tydingrs
& Co.
The candidates will speak at
drick this evening.
Mr. J. C. K. Bridges of Coleman was
at the Ocala House yesterdaj-.
House dresses, 98c. at Fishel's.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dunn of Daytona
were at the Ocala House yesterday.
FOR RENT A four-room flat with
all modern conveniences. Apply to
Mrs. T. H. Wallis, 116 S. 2nd street.
Mr. M. G. Davis of Zuber was at the
Ocala House yesterday.
Children's dresses at Fishel's.
Miss Florence Walters is visiting
relatives at Coleman.
A beautiful line of stationery
box paper at Tydings & Co.
Mr. W. O. Luffman of Sparr was at
the Ocala House last night.
We do paperhanglng and decorating,
etc., as well. See Denno about it. Al Alvarez,
varez, Alvarez, street.
Men's Eaeter suits at Fishel's.
Mr. C. F. Banta of Eureka was at the
Ocala House last night.
Get your prescriptions tilled by BecK
at the Court Pharmacy and know they
are right.
J. M. Borland of Rochester, N.
was at the Ocala House last night.
Housa dresses, 98c. at Fishel's.
FOR-SALE 29-hp.' Ford runabout
car, and equipment. $250 cash. Ad Address,
dress, Address, F. H. M. care Star. 6td
J. V. Wall of Palatka
was at the
Ocala House last night.
When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. L- Maloney.- at the Girard, No. 11
East Duval street, just off Main. Best
75c. room in the city.
Mr. A. E. Burnett is attending
business in Jacksonville -today.
New shirt waists at Fishel's.
FOR RENT A store building in the
third ward; all fixtures inside. Will rent
cheap. A colored proposition. Pat
Mr. George MaeKay made a flyins
trip to Inverness today.
Marquisette dresses at Fishel's.
Parker Lucky Curve Fountain Pens
in any style or shape. A large assort assortment
ment assortment to select from at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. Mr. George McGahagin visited Fort
McCoy today.
Douglas shoes at Fishel's.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Curry
Bradentown are at the Colonial.
After you have had a row and life
looks mighty blue, send her a box of
Sorris candy and she'll again love
you. Get It at the Court Pharmacy.
Mrs. L. J. Lummus has returned
from a pleasant vlsij. to Stanton.
Children's dresses at Fishel's.
Rexall Cold Tablets do the work.
Can give you the formula if you like.
25c -the package at the Post Office
Drag Stores.
Gray Hopkins of Tulaski, Tenn., and
A. H. Timmons of Nashville, same
state, were at the Colonial last night.
FOR RENT Four room flat; also
cottage of seven rooms, electric lights
and bath; near primary school.
R. D. Fuller.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ploughe and Mr.
R. F. Johnson of Lawrenceville, 111.,
are in the city, guests of the Colonial.
All wool blue serge suits for $7.50.
I guarantee to save you from $2 to $5
on a suit. Why pay more? B. 'Gold 'Goldman,
man, 'Goldman, Pawnshop. Bargains in all lines.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L Carney attended
the Anthony picnic and political rally
Can furnish from one setting to
one thousand pure bred Rhode Island
Red eggs for hatching at $10 per
h ndred. Ed Carmichael. Octla.
Most of the candidates remained at
j Anthony yesterday afternoon and went
jfrom there to Sparr, where they spoke
jlast evening in the school house. The
thnilrtlnfr was rrWi1f.1 tit its ntmnt
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jones took a party
of friends to the lake yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon in their automobile.
If you are in a hurry for your pre prescriptions,
scriptions, prescriptions, try the Court Pharmacy's
quick delivery system.
Mr. S. G. White, southern traveling
representative for the Antietam Paper
Company of Hagerstown, Md., who
sell three-fourths of all the printing
paper used in. Florida; it is said, was
in town last night and today calling
on his friends in the printing trade.
Are you Interested in paper bag
cooking? If so come to us for your
supply of the bags. 25c the pickage.
Post Office Drug Store.


It will surprise many people to be
informed of it.-. but elections are being
held ail over Marion county today.
They are for school trustees and .mill .mill-age
age .mill-age in each special school district. The
Ocala election is 'being held in the
outer room of the superintendent's of office.
fice. office. Messrs. Isaac Stevens, I. W. Ogle
and E. W. Kraybill are the inspectors
and Mr. Len Dozier. is clerk. Messrs.
L. W. Duval, J. E. Ch ace and W. T.
Gary are candidates for trustees, and
as they have no opposition they are
likely to he elected. Up to 2:30 p. nj.
twenty votes had been polled.
Dickison Chapter U. D. C. will hold
its regular meeting tomorrow after afternoon
noon afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the residence
of Mrs. R. R. Carroll. Delegates will
be elected to attend the convention.
Mrs. S. R. Whaley,
Recordihg Secretary.
Following will be the program
the Air Dome this evening:
"Destiny is Changeless." A story of
the northwest.
"Sunshine Through Dark." Drama.
"Mr and Mrs. Suspicious." Comic.
Last night there was a fine subject
showing games in India. This was so
comical and interesting that it will be
shown again tonight, so that all of
the children can see It.
The new seats have beep put In, and
they are. first class just like sitting
In a Big' arm chair and there-, are
plenty of them.
The Ocala Rifles will be inspected
this evening by Adjutant General J.
Clifford R. Foster, assisted by Lieuten Lieutenant
ant Lieutenant Hardy W. Supplee of the regular
army. The members of the Rifles at
Dunnellon will be inspected tomorrow
Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock sharp
there will be a meeting of the Boy
Scouts of Ocala at the Air Dome. It is
urged that every boy between the
ages of twelve and eighteen years of
age be present, as the organization will
be perfected and officers elected. The
mothers of the boys are asked to be
sure that the boys attend this meeting
as it is an organization that will do
more for the boy than any other or organization
ganization organization of the kind in the world.
Crosses of honor will be bestowed
on Confederate Veterans, descendants
and widows of veterans, on June 3rd.
Application blanks may be obtained
from Mrs. J. H. Livingston. Notice is
hereby given that after November 1st,
1912, no crosses will De Issued.
The committee appointed by Dick Dickison
ison Dickison Chapter U D. C. will begin its
work to solicit the homes of the citv
or donations to their rummage sale
that is to take place the latter part of
next week. It is hoped the friends of
this noble organization will be as lib liberal
eral liberal as possible and help them to
make the sale a success. The teams
will go out Wednesday and Thursday
to get whatever the ladies are good
enough to donate to the sale. If by
any means the committee should miss
any one or a team fail to call, by call calling
ing calling either phones 31 or 256 goods will
be called for. 3t
"This is a chairful sight," as the old
man said, when he stepped into the
parlor unexpectedly about 10 p. m. and
found Ms oldest daughter and her best
young man economizing on the furni furniture.
ture. furniture. The Daughters of the Confederacy
will hold a rummage sale on the 19th,
20th and 22nd of this month. All
members are requested to bear this
sale in mind and any aid from friends
of the chapter will be greatly appre appreciated.
ciated. appreciated. Cooking with paper bags? Call us
up for a package at "5c. The Post
Office Drug Store.
Flower seeds and bulba-of all kinds
at Tydings & Co.
Sheriff Galloway returned last night
from Lake City, bringing Tony Cowart,
who elevated much sheol at Fort Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy two years ago. Tony will have a
preliminary trial before Justice Har Harper
per Harper at Fort McCoy tomorrow.
Alma Zada Face Powder Is the best
we have to offer at 50c the box. The
Post Office Drug Stores.
Mr. J. W. Chapman, secretary of the
Lake Weir Club, and Mr. J. G. Lege of
Woodmar, were in the city today col
lecting dues from the 120 yacht club I
FOR R K NT T wo well lighted of offices
fices offices and one entire lower floor suita suitable
ble suitable for any line of mercantile busi business.
ness. business. Apply at office Roess Lumber
Company. 3-8-3td
Col. Zack Mulhall, who has been in
New York for some days, is expected
home Sunday or Monday, and when he
returns he will remove his wild west
show to
the big city by Brooklyn
Toilet articles and sets of all kinds,
handsome, first class. goods, at Tydings
& Co.
The reason why the auto truck has
not been running- to Silver Springs
lately is that the road is too soft be beyond
yond beyond the Sharpe's Ferry fork to sus sustain
tain sustain its weight.
Denno's prices for painting are "live
and let live" prices. Always consis consistent
tent consistent with good work.
Miss Lizzie Mallett, who has been a
guest of Mrs. J. M. Goddard at the
Colonial for the last two months, left
today for her home in Fayettevllle,
N. C.
Xo. 3 Size Tomatoes, per can . 12c.
7-Pound Sack Graham Flour. .SOc
12-Pound Sack Graham Flour. .45c
7-Pound Sack Rye Flour SOc.
12-I'd. Sack Whole WTieat Flour 45c
7-Pd. Sack Whole AVheat Flour SOc


The most Interesting social event of
the season was the marriage; of Miss
Alta "Pearson and Mr. Gay Cashing
Livingston on Wednesday;,: evening,
April 10th. at Grace Episcopal ehurch.
The friends of the popular and beau beautiful
tiful beautiful bride decorated the interior of
this prety church most artistically.
An exquisite arrangement of feathery
asparagus ferns were effectively used
around the altar and chancel and over
the windows, doors and walls. The
chancel and altar were further adorn adorned
ed adorned with quantities of fragrant and
beautiful Easter lilies and white and
pink sweet peas. The scene was a very
attractive one as the bridal party stood
in the chancel, the lights from many
candles shedding a softened glow over
the pretty bride, handsome groom and
their attendants.
By 8:30 o'clock the church was filled
to its utmost capacity hy- the many
friends of this young couple.
Before the wedding party arrived
Miss Byrd Wartmann rendered several
organ solos and Mrs. Howell Morton
Hampton, one of Ocala's sweetest
singers, sang, '0 Perfect Love" to the
tune of "O Thou Sublime and Evening
Star." ,. ...
As the bridal party entered the
church Miss Wartmann played Lohen Lohengrin's
grin's Lohengrin's wedding march. First came Miss
Eugenia Fuller and Miss Marguerite
Porter. Miss Mary Burford and Miss
Emmie Livingston, sister of the groom,
entered next, followed by Miss Minnie
Stovall and Miss Lida McDougalL
These lovely young ladies walked,
singly, down the side aisles and cross crossed
ed crossed over to the opposite sides in front
of the chancel. Each wore beautiful
white dresses, becomingly fashioned
and bridesmaids veils fastened to their
hair with a coronet of lilies of the val valley
ley valley and each carried a large bouquet
of white and pink sweet peas.
Miss Isabel Livingston, also sister of
the groom, was maid of honor,
entered alone and walked down
middle aisle. Her gown was wbiteil
lingerie over pink. She wore a short
veil and carried, pink sweet peas.
Next came the matron of honor,
Mrs. Claud Ray Kreger. She wore a
gown of embroidered white marqui marquisette
sette marquisette and carried sweet peas. Her
head-dress was a little beaded cap.
She walked down the middle aisle. The
flower girl, dainty little Miss Alice Cul Cul-len,
len, Cul-len, dressed in pure white a cute lit little
tle little veil on her head, preceded the
bride, scattering rose petals in her.
pathway. Mrs. J. W. Pearson walked
in with her daughter and gave her
away in marriage. Followingthe bride
and her-mother came the handsome
little ring bearer. Master Harris Po
ers. Me carried the ring on a so
white satin pillow with a frill of lace
Mrs. Pearson wore a lovely gown of
light gray satin and chiffon with yoke
of real lace made en train. Her hat
was "gray of the same shade with a
touch of lavender. She wore a corsage
bouquet of orchids.
The bride, who is one of Ocala's most
beautiful and popular young ladies,
never looked lovelier than on this hap happy
py happy occasion. She is a perfect blonde
with rich coloring. She wore an ex exquisite
quisite exquisite gown of Olga crepe with trim
mings of real lace and pearls. Her
long tulle veil was caught to the hair
with orange blossoms. She carried a
bouquet of magnificent bride's roses
with a shower of lilies of the valley.
At the altar the handsome' and hap happy
py happy groom with his best man, Mr. Elli Elli-cott
cott Elli-cott Freeland, of Jacksonville, met the
bride.'' Here Mr, Campbell Gray spoke
the words that joined the destinies of
Mr. Livingston and Miss Pearson and
in touching and solemn words pro pronounced
nounced pronounced them husband and wife. At
the conclusion of the ceremony the
bridal party left the church to the
strains of Mendelssohn's wedding
The ushers were Mr. Emmett Robin Robinson
son Robinson and Mr. Fhil Robinson of this
city, who performed their duties most
gallantly: Immediately after the wed wedding
ding wedding Mrs. Pearson entertained the
bridal party and a "few special friends
at ,her elegant home on Fort- King
The hostess and bridal party receiv received
ed received in the parlor. The numerous and
exquisite bridal presents were arrang arranged
ed arranged in the library. In the dining room
a four-course supper was enjoyed, be being
ing being served by little Miss Agnes Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, Miss Nettie Camp and Misses
Martha Kate and Louise Rentz, all of
whom were lovely in their dresses of
white with "pink sashes. The entire
lower floor of the Pearson home was
prettily decorated. The dining room
was a dream of loveliness with its dec decorations
orations decorations of wedding bells, ferns, sweet
peas, candles, electric lights, etc. The
bon-bons were white and pink sweet
peas. The cakes were heart-shaped,
iced in white with the letters L. P. in
pink on each piece.
Each guest was given a box of cake
to "dream on."
The bride gave her attendants
strings of pearl beads. She gave a lit little
tle little diamond ring to the flower girl and
a signet ring to the ring bearer.
Mesdames R. A. Burford, E. P. Rentz,
Van Hood, M. Fishel and E. L. Carney
assisted Mrs. Pearson in receiving and
entertaining her guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Livingston left on the
midnight train for a visit to Cuba and
other points. About the first of May
they will go to Rosalie to reside as Mr.
Livingston is in business there.
Mrs. Livingston's going away gown
was a gray cloth suit. She wore a
Panama hat with gray trimmings.
The bride has lived in Ocala all her
life and numbers her friends by the
number of her acquaintances. Since
her graduation from Brenau College
two years ago she has spent some time
abroad. She is a most accomplished.
attractive and beautiful woman.
Mr. Livingston's former home was in
Jacksonville. He is the son of Mrs. T.
H. Livingston of that city. He belongs
to one of the oldest and most highly
honored families of Florida. He lived
in Ocala for a short time and has many
friends here who join the Star In
wishing all happiness and good fortune
for him and his "bonnie bride."
Reserved seats for the Milo Deyo
recitals and Ocala Choral Club are
now on sale at the Court Pharmacy:
season tickets for the two perform
ances $1; single tickets for one night
75 cents. Ticket holders may have
seats reserved without further charge.
I am nelliag at private ale the far
nltare of an eight-room house at 48
South Pfne street, laelodlas ruga,
piano, kitchen ateniill, ete. Every
thing: la la first-elas condition.
Some of their neighbors having com
plained that George Simpson and Hugo
and Bernard Eby of Weiradale were
misbehaving, Sheriff Galloway sent
Deputy Erigance to the village by the
lake to bring the accused to Ocala. Mr.
Brigance went to Weirsdale this morn
ing and returned with his prisoners at
noon. He found them In a bunch and
politely asked them If they were arm
e. They said they were not, but he
found a bilious-looking gun on each.


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Mr. Will Lee will give his custom
ers at the Ideal Cafe some good music
each evening hereafter from 6 to 7:30.
You can enjoy the sweet music, if you
go to (he Ideal Cafe, as you eat your
lunch or evening meaL 9-5td
Mr. Z. C. Chambliss returned last
night from Key West, where he at attended
tended attended the meeting of the State Bank Bankers
ers Bankers Association. Mr. Chambliss stop stopped
ped stopped off at Miami, and made a trip up
the river and canals fifty miles Into the
Everglades to witness the drainage
operations. He says there is no shadow
of doubt of the success of the plan
from a standpoint of drainage alone,
as that feature of the work will be
Mr. Geo
A. Dreka, one of DeLand s
leading citizens, and owner of one of
that city's largest business enterprises,
was in Ocala yesterday and last night,
visiting his son, Mr. A. F. Dreka.
Messrs. S. C. and E. P. Young were
in town last night," on their way from
Dunedin to Pittsburg. They were
guests of Mr. M. R. Williams, the pop popular
ular popular young passenger agent of the
Coast Line. The Messrs. Young are
making the long trip in their auto, a
fine "Thomas Flyer." They went on
their way this morning, accompanied
by Mr. Williams as far as Jackson
ville. r
Mrs. Mary Dodge Maddox has re returned
turned returned f rom a visit of several weeks
with her brother in Jacksonville- Her
friends have missed, ner greatly dur during
ing during her absence.
One of the most complete lines of
perfumes, soaps and oosmetirs in the
state, at Tydings & Co.
Miss Mattie Wilson, who has been
visiting Miss Sallie Spurlin at Lake
Weir, returned to her home at Leslie,
Ga., today. Miss Spurlin accompanied
her as far as Jacksonville, and will
remain in that city some two weeks,
visiting friends.
The Ocala Choral Club Is a home in
stitution -and- should be well patroniz patronized
ed patronized in its initial performance at. the
Temple Thursday evening. This or organization
ganization organization merits the support of the
entire community and needs your sup
port. The proceeds from Thursday's
and Friday's entertainments will : be
devoted to the purchase of mu3ic and
other incidental expenses.
Mr. R. S. Hall returned last night
from Key West where he attended the
meeting of the State Bankers Asso
It is seldom that a town the size of
Ocala has the opportunity of hearing
an artist who Is celebrated the world
over, and no one should miss hearing
Milo Deyo on Thursday and Friday of
this week at the Temple Theater.
A new office desk, eight feet long.
for bookkeeper's use. A big bargain.
Apply at once to Kramer & Klock,
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-
pl to Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.
Stlnaon Lake, New Hampshire
Camp Eagle Point Corporation offers
three distinct departments: Camp
Eagle Point for girls. Eagle Lodge for
boys, Book Lodge for adults. Each
camp Is isolated from the other yet
is near enough to furnish an ideal out
ing to an entire family. For booklet
or other particulars can upon or ad
dress, J. E. Klock, Manager,
22 Oklawaha Ave., city.
World Almanac. Issue of 1912, 25
cents each, on sale at Ballard's news
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
Cash Beats
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Cottolene (Large Backet) . .$1.20
Armour! Star Hama, per peaad.. .l7e
Pickles (Quart Jar) ... 20c
Hominy (Van Camp's) ........ ,9c
Bacon, Per Pound .10c
Grits, (Ten Pounds) 25c
Meal. .-Ten Pounds ) 25c
Romford Baking Powder, 1-Ib
Can. .25c
Irish Potatoes (Peek) ....46e
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Local ralns tonight or Friday.
Remember the day outing on the
water Sunday. The City of Ocala Is
appointed to clear from Silver Springs
for the Oklawaha river excursion at f
a. m. The Qcala Northern train leaves
the Ocala Seaboard station at 1:19 a.
m. Fare for round trip on vessel Is 50
cents. Return In Silver Springs at
4:30 p. m. Albert Anson Graham.
We have Just received a large ship shipment
ment shipment of fresh and reliable bean. corn.
cuke, cantaloupe, tomato and squash
seeds. These seeds are tha best that
can be had and will give perfect satis satisfaction.'
faction.' satisfaction.' Special prices made on large
quantities. Tydinrs & Co.
Notice Is hereby given that ; the
board of connty commissioner will at
its regular meeting. May 7th at noon,
1912, receive bids for opening; the
right of way and building; the public
road from Daisy to Fort McCoy.
' S. T. Sistrunk, Clerk.
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.
A. good, well improved farm, with
beautiful orange grove : in bearing;;
good dwelling and out buildings, fenc fencing,
ing, fencing, etci t close to railroad, twelve
miles west of Ocala. Will sell cheap
or will exchange for improved Ocala
property. Apply to Rev. Z. A. Crump Crump-ton.
ton. Crump-ton. No. 87 Daugherty fit.. Ocala.
. Douglas shoes at Fishel's.
The "Court, Pharmacy" has Just re re-reived
reived re-reived a large express shipment of the
popular Norris candles In all slsed
packages from one-half to five pounds
each. If you want something really
good in the confection line, try Norris
FOR SALE A horse and carriage,
household furniture, forty acres of
good land, fifty Rhode Island Red
chickens. Inquire of Jdrs. Shurtleff,
2 miles north from Ocala on the An Anthony
thony Anthony road.
Tbe best place in the city
iron 6:C3 to 7:33
Office over Munroe & Chnmblisa TTb
Rooms 9, 10 and If. Second Floor,
Holder Block. -OCALA
Office Over Commercial Bank
Office Hours, 8 to 12 a. m, 1 to 5
p. m. : C Phone 211.
TERMS, CASH, f ';'
F. E. McCLfiWE
Physittes c3 Sziczzzi
tieneral Practice Call liaa ProEsp-
If, Right or Das
Special Attention to Obstetrics. Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women and Children.
Office Rooms I, t. 4. 5 and f, HollzT
Building:, Second Floor. Phmtx
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Following arc tist a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Carried in oar Great Furniture, Hardware,
House Furnishing and General Supply Store Come
in and look the stock over, you will find many
things you want.
For the Office
Roll and Flat Top Desks, Typewriter Desks, Stenographer's
Desks, Office Chairs, Stools, Sofas, Etc
For the Dining Room
Handsome Round or Square Extension Tables, Dining Chairs,
Rugs, Sideboards and Chiffoniers, Bouffets, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets, Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
Parlor Furniture
Handsome Mahogany, Oak, Willow or Mission Chairs, Straight
Backed or Rockers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Rugs and Carpets, Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. Bedroom Furniture
Beautiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Birdseye
Maple or Mahogany. Beautiful Iron and Brass Beds in over Fifty
Different Varieties and Prices. Rugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers and
Wardrobes, Toilet Sets, Blankets, Comforts and Linens.
For The Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Refrigerators and Ice Chests in Several Different
Makes and Styles and any Size or Price Desired. Stoves and Ranges
in Either Wood or Oil Burners. Kitchen Cabinets and Tables.
Hardware Department
Anything Desired in Silverware for the Table, Cutlery and
Sissors in our Hardware Department; Shotguns, Rifles and Ammu Ammunition;
nition; Ammunition; Fire Sets, Screens and Irons, Etc.
Carriage and Harness Dept
Buggies, Carriages and Wagons for all Purposes, Harness, Sad Sad-Domestic
Domestic Sad-Domestic and Imported, Art Squares, Mattings, Etc, in the Coutnry.
dies. Lap Robes, Whips and Everything for the Horse or Vehicle.
PHONE 47 Nortfi Magnolia St. OC ALA, FLA.

Ocala Northern R.R.Co.
'in Effect Sunday, March 31st, 1912
Southbound Northbound

No. 19 Mixed
Leave . .. '. .Palatka. 5:40 a. m.
Arrive Ocala...... 10:35 a. m.
No. 17 PiMcngcr
Leave. .......Palatka 5:10 p. m.
Arrive ......... Ocala....... "7:45 p. m.

No. 12 Passenger
Leave Ocala 7:30 a. m.
Arrive Palatka 10:10 a. m.
No. 14 Passenger
Leave Ocala 2:30 p. m
Arrive Palatka 4:50 p. m.

No. 18
Leave Ocala 12:15 p. m.
Arrive '.Palatka. 4:40 p. m.

' No. 13 Passenger
Leave .......Palatka ......10.50 a. m.
Arrive ..Ocala 1:20 p. m.

Daily Except Sundays.
Connects at Ocala with Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic Coast Line.
Connects at Palatka with G. S. & F., F. E. C. and A. C. L.
S. P. HOLLINRAKE. General Passenger Agent,


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think the happiness predominates, for
love itself if it be true and high is
its own reward. Love may feel Itself
unworthy and may shrink even from
the unlatching of the shoe lace of the
beloved, yet it joys in its own exist existence
ence existence nevertheless. Of course its
greatest satisfaction. is in the return,
but there is a sweetness even in the
despair of the truly loving.
Enid- Maitland, however, did not

navo trt inr!?irA inrHffpmnr fir V.snt

against a passion which met with no
response, for this man loved her with
a love that was greater even than
her own. The moon, in the trite aphor- j
Ism, looks on many brooks, the brook
Bees no moon but the one above him
in the heavens. In one sense his
merit in winning her affection for him himself
self himself from the hundreds of men she
knew, was the greater; in many years
he had only seen this one woman.
Naturally she should be everything to
him. She represented to him not only
the woman but womankind. He had
been a boy practically when he had
buried himself in those mountains,
and in all that time he had seen no nobody
body nobody like Enid Maitland. Every ar argument
gument argument which had been exploited to
show why she should love him could
be turned about to account for his
passion for her. They are not necess necessary,
ary, necessary, they are all supererogatory, idle
words. To him also love had been
born In an hour. It had flashed into
existence as if from the fiat of the
Oh, he had fought against it. Like
the eremites of old he had been
scourged into the desert by remorse
and another passion, but time had
done its work. The woman he first
loved had ministered not to the spir spiritual
itual spiritual side of the man, cr if she had
bo ministered in any degree it was be because
cause because he had looked at her with a
glamour of inexperience and youth.
During those five years of solitude, of
Btudy and of reflection, the truth had
gradually unrolled itself before him.
Conclusions vastly at variance with
what he had ever believed possible
as to the woman upon whom he had
first bestowed" his heart, had got into
his being and were In solution there;
this present woman was the precipitant
which brought them to life. He knew

now what the old appeal of his wife
had been. He knew now what the
new appeal of this woman was.
In humanity two things in life are
Inextricably intermingled, body and
soul. Where the function of one be begins
gins begins and the function of the other
ends no one Is able to say. In all
human passions are admixtures of
the earth earthy. We are born the
sons of old Adam as we are reborn
the sons of the New. Passions are
complex. As In harvest wheat and
tares grow together until the end, so
in love earth and heaven mingle ever.
He remembered a clause from an an ancient
cient ancient marriage service he had read.
"With my body I thee worship," and
with every fibre of his physical being,
he loved this woman.
It would be idle to deny that, im impossible
possible impossible to disguise the facts, but in
the melting pot of passion the pre preponderant
ponderant preponderant Ingredient was mental and
spiritual; and just because higher and
holier things predominated, he held
her In his heart a sacred thing. Love
is like a rose: the material part is the
beautiful blossom; the spiritual factor
is the fragrance which abides in the
rose jar even after every leaf has fad faded
ed faded away, or which may be expressed
from the soft petals by the hard cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances of pain and sorrow until
there Is left nothing but the lingering
perfume' of the flower.
His body trembled if she laid a
hand upon him, his soul thirsted for
her; present or absent he conjured
before his tortured brain the sweet sweetness
ness sweetness that inhabited her, breast. He
had been clearsighted enough in an analyzing
alyzing analyzing the past, he was neither clear clearsighted
sighted clearsighted nOr coherent In thinking of
the present. He worshiped her, he
could have thrown himself upon his
knees to her; if It would have added
to her happiness, she could have
killed him, smiling at her. Rode she
in the Juggernaut car of the ancient
idol, with his body, would he have un unhesitatingly
hesitatingly unhesitatingly paved the way and have
been glad of the privilege. He longed
to compass her with sweet obser obser-servances.
servances. obser-servances. The world revenged itself
upon him for his long neglect, it had
summed up in this one woman all Its
charm, its beauty, its romance, and
had thrust her Into his very arms.
Hi3 was one of those great passions
which illuminate the records of the
past. Paolo had not loved Ftancesca
Oh, yes, the woman knew he loved
her. It wa3 not in the power of mor mortal
tal mortal man no matter how iron his re restraint,,
straint,, restraint,, how absolute the imposition
of his will, to keep his heart hidden,
his passion undisclosed. No one could
keep such things secret, his love for
her cried aloud in a thousand ways,
even his look when he dared to turn
his eyes upon her was eloquent of his
feeling. He never said a word, how however,
ever, however, he held his lips at least fettered
and bound for he believed that honor
and its obligations weighed down the
balance upon the contrary side to
which his inclinations lay.
He was not worthy of this woman.
In the first place all he had to of of-ter
ter of-ter hat war m. blood stained hand.

Tfcat mignt have been overcome in
hs mind; but pride in his self pun punishment,
ishment, punishment, his resolution to withdarw
Ishment, his resolution to withdraw
such time as God completed his ex expiation
piation expiation and signified his acceptance of
the penitent by taking away his life,
held him inexorably.
The dark face cf his wife rose be before
fore before him. He forced himself to think
upon her, she had loved him, she had
given him all that she could. He re remembered
membered remembered how she had pleaded with
him that he take her on that last and
most dangerous of journeys, her devo devotion
tion devotion to him had been so great she
could not let him go out of her sight
a moment, he thought fatuously! And
he killed her. In the queer turmoil of
his brain, he blessed himself for every everything.
thing. everything. He could not be false to hi3
purpose, false to her memory, un unworthy
worthy unworthy of the passion in which he be believed
lieved believed she had held him and which
he believed he had inspired.
If he had gone out in the world,
after her death he might have forgot forgotten
ten forgotten most of these things, he might
have lived them down. Saner clear clearer
er clearer views would have come to him.
His morbid self reproach and self con consciousness
sciousness consciousness would have been changed.
But he had lived with them alone for
five years and now there was no put putting
ting putting them aside. Honor and pride,
the only things that may successfully
fight against love, overcome him. He



Orange Springs. April 9. Mrs. S. I
Parramore. who has been- spending
some weeks here visiting her son and
family, returned to her home in Ocala
Mrs. Coker is the guest of her
brother, Mr. FL A. Carlton.
Mr. J. J. Hayman of Lochloosa was
registered at the Porter House last
Mr. Sam L. Comstock. who has been
spending several weeks here, left this

f week for his home in Tennessee-

Mr. Louis Cowatt Is visiting her
mother, Mrs. A. EL Bellamy of Victoria.
Prof. J. H"Brinson came up with
the candidates Monday and made a
pleasant visit to the schooL
Mr. and Mrs. L N. Wimberly are
visitors to Palatka this week.
Mr. John Mayworth attended the
dance at Kenwood Saturday night.
Mr. IL G. Paflgett of Lochloosa was
a guest of the Porter House last week.
Mr. C. M. Livingston and Mr. Henry

Livingston of Ocala, were guests of

the Porter House Monday.
Mr. J. IL Benjamin, editor of the
Star, was here Monday with the can


i Miss Jennie Haverstreet and her

i mother of Palatka. were visitors here
'Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. S. G. Parramore of Ocala was
j the guest of his brother. Dr. G. B.
1 Parramore, last Sunday.
I We were all very glad to have Rev.

j M. M. Lord with us again last Sun Sun-dsiy.
dsiy. Sun-dsiy. He gave us a beautiful Easter
! sermon. The anthem by Mrs. P. W.

Peck and Miss Edith Feck was very

much enjoyed.

Rev. McNamara of West Palm Beach

filled the pulpit Sunday night.
i There was an entertainment at the
j school house Saturday and quite a
i ;rood little sum was added to the or-
gan fund. The following program was
! Song. "America" Mrs. P. W. Peck.
! Recitation. ''Only a Boy" Hugh

Song, "Sunny Little Fellow" Misses
Fag-lie, Hall and Peck.
Recitation, "Theology in the Quar Quarters"
ters" Quarters" Miss Francis Faglie.
Song, with banjo accompaniment, by
Misses Edith and Alice Peck.
Recitation. "The District School"
Miss Alice Peck.
Song, "Nobody" Miss Alice Peck.
Pantomime, "The Battle Blenheim"
Misses Francis Faglie, Florence Hall,
Edith, Alice and Gladys Peck and Lois
Mrs. Flora D. Stevenson of Palatka
was a pleasant visitor to friends at
the springs Saturday and Sunday.

The Dark Face of His Wife Rose Bo Bo-fore
fore Bo-fore Him.
could not give way. He wanted to,
every time he was in her presence he
longed to sweep her to his heart and
crush her in his arms and bend her
head back and press lips of fire on
her lips.
But honor and pride, held him back.
How long would they continue to ex exercise
ercise exercise dominion over him? Would
the time come when his passion ris rising
ing rising like a sea would thunder upon
these artificial embankments of hi3
soul, beat them down and sweep them
(Continued Tomorrow)


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will fill your order promptly, satis satisfactorily
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Remember the number; it's 108.
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We can supply you with pure Ice for
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der bladder I had ever backaches a&d my kidney action
was too freqnent, caasiui? me to lose much sleep
At nigbt, and in my blartder thre was constant
pain. I took Foley Kidney Pills for some time,
and am now fres of ail trouble and a train able to
be np and artrood. Foley Kidavy Pills have mj
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Sold by the Antl-3Ionooly Drugstore

Oeala Citizen Should Read and Heed
This Advice
Kidney trouble is dangerous and
often fatal.
Don't experiment with something
new and untried.
Use a tested and proven kidney
Begin with Doan's Kidney Pills.
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Doan's have cured thousands.
Are recommended here and every everywhere.
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Ocala, Fla., says: "I can say that I
have been greatly benefited by Doan's
Kidney Pills and I do not hesitate to
recommend them. I was annoyed by
a lame back and pains through my
kidneys that made it hard for me to
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New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.

York, April 9. Mrs. W. E. Weathers
came down from Ocala Tuesday and
returned on Sunnyjim.
Frank Russell went to Early Bird
The A. C. L. painting crew has
touched up our depot with a coat of
paint which greatly improves its ap appearance.
pearance. appearance. Home & Douglas have a fine crop
of melons, cantaloupes and beans. The
latter will be ready for shipment in
about two weeks.
IT. M. Cave and the writer drove over
the Cribbett road to Martel Thursday
and found it in very bad condition. It
seems to the writer that it would cost
less money and labor to open the new
route from the Dupont crossing to
John Parker's old place and there in intersect
tersect intersect the Martel and Dunnellon road.
D. G. Watkins of Dunnellon was in
our burg Thursday.
The cotton crop of the York section
will not be as large as that of last
Mrs. Katie Wheeler went to Dun Dunnellon
nellon Dunnellon Sunday to see her 'brother, Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Mann.
Mr. W. V. Weathers went to Ocala
Mrs. William Gillis and daughter.
Miss Addie Gillis, called on Mrs. J. S.
Mann Sunday.
St. Johns church was not very well
attended from this burg Easter Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Some of our hustling farmers will
have new Irish potatoes this week.


3.000,000 feet, stumpage.
3 orange groves at Lake Weir.
R. L. Martin, Merchant's Block.

In cases of rheumatism relief from
pain makes sleep and ret possible.
This may be obtained by applying
Chamberlain's Liniment. For sale by
all dealers.

If you are thinking of your summer
trip, think -of me, as I am in position
to save you money on trunks and suit
cases, because I have an extensive
line, and the prices are right. Why
pay more? B. Goldman, Pawnshop.
Bargains in all lines.

"Our baby cries for Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy." writes Mrs. T. B. Ken Ken-drick,
drick, Ken-drick, Rasaca, Ga. "It is the best
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To the Democratic Vote
State of HoFife.
Gentlemen:- '"
I have announced and qualified as a candidate for
Congressmen at Large from the State of Florida in the ap approaching
proaching approaching Democratic primary, and respectfully ask your
approval of this candidacy. The views which I entertain
and will express in writing and in public speech are,
I sincerely hope, in keeping with conservation and sound
business sense. My fellow citizens and business acquaint acquaintances
ances acquaintances have encouraged me in this race, and I feel that they
will testify that I am in no sense an extremist,, but upon
the. contrary disapprove-of demagogery and purely experi experimental
mental experimental legislation, whether masquerading in the guise of
"progressiveness" or under any less alluring name. If
elected, I will devote my very best efforts to the faithful
and nnnstant, sprvine.' not of anv snecial class, but of all the

people. Yours very truly,

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to rheumatism of the muscles and
quickly yields to the free application
of Chamberlain's Liniment. For sale
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and get the bag from the Post Offlce
Drug Store. 25c the package.


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