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The Ocala evening star
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VOL. 18.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1912.
NO. 288.
THE FUUH1TUU3

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PROLOGUE. X V

A wonderfully prophetic fic fiction
tion fiction story written fourteen years
ago of the wreck of the TITAN,
which, like the Titanic, was the
world's largest and most palatial
vessel and generally regarded as
unsinkable and indestructible.
Like the Titanic, too, the TITAN
was wrecked by an iceberg in the
month of April when speeding
along the northern lane route
of the Atlantic, The wreck in
iCopyrlght. 1S38, by M. F. Mansfield.
Copyright. 1912. by Morgan Robertson.
All rights reserved. J
CHAPTER I.
The Unsinkable Titan.
ITE was the largest craft afloat
and the greatest of the works
S
i "m
ol men. Id her const ruction
and maintenance were involv
ed every scieuce, profession and trade
known to. civilization! On her bridge
were officers, who. besides being the
pick of the royal navy, had passed
rigid examinations in all studies that
pertained to the winds, tides, currents
and geography of the sea. They were
not only seamen, but scientists. The
tmtne professional standard applied to
the personnel of the engine room, and
the steward's department was equal t
that of a tirst class hotel.
Two brass bands, two orchestras and
a theatrical company eutertained the
passengers during waking hours, a
corps of physi la us administered to the
tenijHjral and a corps of chaplains to
the spiritual welfare of all on board,
while a well drilled tire company
Kootbed the tears of nervous ones and
added to the general entertainment by
daily practice with their apparatus
From bei lofty bridge ran bidden
telegraph lines to the bow. stern, en
gine room, crow's nest on the fore
mast and to ail parts of the ship
where work was done, each wire ter
miuatiug in a marked dial with a mov
able Indicator containing in its scoje
every order and answer required in
handling the massive hulk, eithet at
the dock or at sea. which eliminated
to a great extent the hoarse, nerve
racking shouts of officers and sailors
From the bridge, engine room aurt a
dozen places on her deck the ninety ninety-two
two ninety-two ditors of nineteen water tight com
part men ts could le closed in half a
minute by turning a- lever These
doors would also close automatically
In the preseuce of water With nine
comiKirtaients flooded the ship would
still float, and as no known accident
of the sea could possibly till this mauy
the steamship Titan was considered
practically unsiukable.
Built of steel throughout and for pas
senger traffic only, she carried no com
bustible cargo to threaten her destruc destruction
tion destruction by Are. and the immunity from
the demand for cargo space had ena
bled her designers to discard the flat,
kettle Imhoui of cargo boats and give
her the sharp dead rise or slant from
the keel of a steam yacht, and this
Improved her behavior in a seaway.
She was 800 feet long, of 70.000 tons
displacement. 40.000 horsepower, and
on' her trial trip had steamed at a rate
of twenty-five knots an hour over the
bottom, in the face of unconsidered
winds, tides and currents. In short,
she was a floating city, -containing
within her steel walls all that tends
to minimize the dangers and discom discomforts
forts discomforts of the Atlantic voyage, all that
makes life enjoyable.
Unsinkable. indestructible, she car carried
ried carried as few boats as wou!d satisfy
the laws. These, twenty-four in num number,
ber, number, were securely covered and lashed
down to their chocks on the upper
deck, and if launched would bold 500
people She carried no useless, cum cumbersome
bersome cumbersome life rafts, but. because the law
required ft. each of the 3.000 berths In
the passengers." officers and crew's
quarters Cf ntained a cork jacket, while
about twenty circular life buoys were
strewn, along the rails.
In view of her absolute superiority
to other craft, a rule of navigation
thoroughly believed In by some cap captains,
tains, captains, but not yet openly followed, was
announced by the steamship company
to apply to the Titan. She would
steam at full speed In fog, torm and
sunshine and on the northern lane

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Photo by American Press Association
MORGAN ROBERTSON.
route, winter and summer, for the fol
lowing good anil substantial reasons:
First, that if another craft should
strike Her the force or the Impact
would be distributed over a larger area
if the Titan bad full headway, and
the brunt or the damage would be
borne by the other; second, that if the
Titan was the aggressor she would
certainly destroy the other craft, even
at half speed. and"perhups damage her
own bows, while at full speed she
would cut her in two with no more dam damage
age damage to herself than a paint brush could
remedy In either case, as the lesser
of two evils, it was best that the
smaller hull should suffer. A third rea reason
son reason was that at full speed she could
be more easily steered out of danger,
and a fourth that In case of an end
on collision with an iceberg the only
tiling afloat .that she could not con
quer- her bows would be crushed in
but a few feet farther at full than at
half speed, and at. the most three com compartments
partments compartments would be flooded, which
would uot matter with she more to
spare
So it was confidently expected that
when her-engines had limbered them themselves
selves themselves the steamship Titan would Jand
her passengers 3.000 miles away with
the promptitude and regularity of a
railway train She had beaten all rec
ords on her maiden voyage, but up to
the third return trip had not lowered
the time between Sandy Hook and
Daunt's rock to the five day limit, and
it was unofficially rumored among the
2.000 passengers who had embarked at
New York that an effort would now be
made to do so.
Fight tugs dragged the great mass
to, midstream and pointed her nose
down the river: then the pilot on the
bridge soke a word or two. the first
officer blew a short blast on the whis
tie and turned a lever, the tugs gath
ered in their lines and drew off. Down
in the bowels of the ship three small
engines were started, opening the
throttles of three large ones: three pro propellers
pellers propellers began to revolve, and the mam
moth, with a vibratory tremble run
ning through her great frame, moved
slowly to sea sea-East
East sea-East of Sandy Hook the pilot was
dropped and the real voyage begun.
Fifty feet lelow her deck, in an in
ferno of noise and heat and light and
shadow, coal passers wheeled the pick
ed fuel from the bunkers to the fire
hold, where half naked stokers, with
faces like those of tortured fiends, toss tossed
ed tossed it into the eighty white hot mouths
of the furnaces. In the engine room
oilers passed to and fro. in and out of
the plunging, twisting, glistening steel,
with oil cans and waste, overseen by
the watchful staff on duty, who listen
ed with strained hearing for a false
note in the confused jumble of sound
or a clicking of steel out of tune
which would indicate a loosened key
or nut. On deck sailors set the trlan
gular sails on the two masts to add
their propulsion to the momentum of
the record breaker, and the passengers
dispersed themselves as suited their
tastes Some were seated in steamer
chairs, well wrapped, for. though it
was April, the salt air was chilly:
some paced the deck, acquiring their
sea legs: others listened to the orches orchestra
tra orchestra Ih the music room or read or wrote
in the library, and a few took to their
berths, seasick from the slight heave
of the ship on the ground swell
The decks were cleared, watches set
at noon, and then began the never
ending cleaning up at which steamship
sailors put In so much of their time.
Bended by a six foot boatswain, a
gang came aft on the starboard side

the fiction story happened in
about the same place that the
Titanic disaster occurred, and
there were not sufficient life
boats and rafts to take off the
passengers and crew Read and
you will see that there are many
other remarkable and startling
coincidences between the wreck
of the TIT AN, the largest steam steamship
ship steamship of the world of fiction, and
the wreck of the Titanic, the
largest steamship of the material
world.

with paint buckets and brushes and
distributed themselves along the rail.
"Davius an stanchions, men -never
mind the rail, said the Doatswaiu
"Ladies, better move your chairs back
a little Rowland, climb down out o
that: you'll te overboard, lake a ven ventilator.
tilator. ventilator. No: you'll spill paint, i'ut
your bucket away an get some sand sandpaper
paper sandpaper from the yeoman. Work inboard
till you get it out o you."
The sailor addressed, a slight built
man of about thirty, black bearded and
bronzed to the semblance of healthy
vigor, butwatery eyed and unsteady
of movement, came down from the
rail and shambled forward with his
bucket. As he reached the group ot
ladies to whom the boatswain had
poken his gaze rested on one. a sunny
haired young woman with the blue of.
the sea in her eyes, who had arisen at
his approach lie started, turned
aside as if to avoid her and. raising his
hand in an embarrassed half salute.,
passed on. Out of the boatswains
sight be leaned against the deck Douse
and panted, while he held his hand to
his breast
"What is it.' he muttered wearily -"whisky
nerves or the dying Outter of
a starved love'r Five years now and a
look from het eyes can stop the blood
in my veins can bring back all the
heart hunger and helplessness trtsit
lead a man to insanity -or this.' He
looked at his trembling band, all seam
ed and tar stained, passed on forward
and returned with the sandpaper.
The young woman had teen equally
affected by the meeting An expres
sion of mingled surprise and terror
had come to her pretty bur rather weak
fae. and with acknowledging his naif
salute she had caught up a little child
from the deck behind hei and. turning
into the saloon door, hurried to the
library, where she sank into a chair
He Started and Turned Aside as if to
Avoid Her.
beside a military looking gentleman
who glanced up from a book and re
marked: "Seen the sea serj-ent, Myra.
or the Flying Dutchman? What's up?'
"Oh. Ieorge no!" she answered In
agitared tones. "John liowiand is here
Lieutt-uaiit Rowland I've just eeu
him: he is so changed, he tried to
speak to me."
"Who- that troublesome flame or
yours? 1 never met him, you know,
and you tviven't told me much about
him. Wht is he- first cabin?"
"No: he seems to be a common sai!
or. He is working and is dressed in

old clothes, all dirty. And such a dis dissipated
sipated dissipated face too. He seems to have
fallen-so low. And It Is all since
"Since you soured i.u him? Well, It
is no fault of yours, dear. If a man
has it in him he'll go to the dogs any-,
how. How is his euse of InjuryT
Has he a grievance or a grudge'? Y'ou
are badly upset. What did he ayr"
I don't know. He said nothing.
I've always been afraid of him I've
met him three times .since then, and
he puts such a frightful look in his
eyes and he was so violent and head
strong and so terribly angry that time
He accused me of leading him on and
playing with him. and he said some something
thing something about an immutable law of
chance and a governing balance of
events that I couldn't understand, only
where he said that for all the suffering
we inflict on others we receive an
equal amount ourselves. Then he went
away in such a passion. I've imagin
ed ever since that he would take some
revenge He might steal our Myra Myra-our
our Myra-our baby!" She strained the smiling
child to her breast and went on. "I
liked him at first, until I found out
that he was an atheist. Why. (Jeorge.
he actually denied the existence of
(Jod and to me. a professing Chris
tian"
"He had a wonderful nerve. said
the husband, with a smile. -Didn't
know you very well. I should say
"He never seemed the same to me
after that," she resumed. "I felt as
though in the presence of something
unclean Yet I thongbt how glorious
it would be if I could save him to !od
and tried to convince him of the loving
care of Jesus, but he only ridiculed ajl
1 hold sacred and said that much as be
valued my good opinion he would not
be a hypocrite to gain It and that he
would be honest with himself and oth
ers and express his honest unbelief
the idea! As though one could be hon
est without God's help and then one
day 1 smelled liquor on his breath he
always smelled of tobacco and I gave
him up. It was then that he that he
broke out.
"Come out and show me this repro reprobate,"
bate," reprobate," said the husband, rising. They
went to the door and the young woman
peered out. "He Is the last man down
there close to the cabin, she said as
she drew in. The husband stepped
out
"What! That hangdog ruffian scour scouring
ing scouring the ventilator? So that's Rowland
of the navy, is it? Well, this Is a tum tumble.
ble. tumble. Wasn't he broken for conduct
unbecoming an officer? Got roaring
drunk at the .president's levee, didn't
he? I think I read of it"
"I know he lost his position and was
terribly disgraced," answered the wife.
"Well, Myra. the poor devil Is harm harmless
less harmless now. We'll be across in a few
days, and you needn't meet him on this
broad deck. If he hasn't lost all sensi sensibility
bility sensibility he's as embarrassed as you. Bet
ter stay in now It's getting feggy

(Continued Monday)
The Special IlIaKtrated Edition of the
Star will Give the History of Indun Indun-trien
trien Indun-trien that Have Been Factors In the
rplMiildine of Thin Section.
Life is too short and time too valu valuable
able valuable to allow that old process of wait waiting
ing waiting for trade to come to you. Not
merely that, but competition is too
sharp. We could name some cities in
Florida which have advertised their
business enterprises and are reaping
results. Some of these same cities
haven't half the natural resources thai
Ocala and Marion County possess.
With the right kind of advertising the
population in this city could be doubled
in a few years.
It is necessary to put up money and
put down money before you can maye
money to keep. Thousands of home home-settlers,
settlers, home-settlers, tourists and capitalists from
the North, Kast and even Western
states would come to this particular
section of Florida If they only knew
what c3cala and Marion County have
to offer.
The Star's sole purpose in issuing
a Special Illustrated Edition to pros prospective
pective prospective home-seekers, capitalists and
tourists is that Ocala and Marion Coun County
ty County may not be overlooked, by the in inrush
rush inrush of tourists that come to Florida
seeking- investment, pleasure or a
home.
Ten thousand copies or more, will be
printed on fine book paper, well illus illustrated,
trated, illustrated, with half toned cuts, showing
what has ben, and what can be done
in this section. Several pages will be
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Marion County.
There will be "No Excuse," for any
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11 EMG STAR
Jlrr t & Carroll Proprietors.
C Cmtoii, Burinew SljuiAger.
J. TX. Benjamin, l<or.
not avoid giving frequent offense un unconsciously.
consciously. unconsciously. For Instance. If he wears
spectacles, and does not remove them
preparations been made for the re reception
ception reception and entertainment of people
from abroad as are being made for
this occasion.
when a visitor comes Into his room, he
will be thought very rude. The Chi
nese strongly object to be looked at
through glasses.

1 3 1 IS1PIEKM AM 11 1

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WILSOX AKD 1DIDERWOOD.

GSmCISK S BT THE CHIXKSK.

- T7 hare been reading- a great deal
lately Abont; the Chinese and what
ITarepftiuf think of them, so perhaps
It oay be of interest to tell what the
Claese think of Europeans, says
Chambers Journal.
A, missionary traveling in a boat was
cstnssd at OTerheaiing a conversation
cf two simple countrymen. "How
taneh whiter his skin Is than ours,"
said one of them, looking at the mis missionary.
sionary. missionary. "Tes," Teplied the other,
forefgn derlls are -very singular. They
are born entirely white or entirely
black. The man's impression was
that color was as uncertain as in a
litter of puppies, and that Sikh, negro,
and Englishman all came from the
same stock.
. The Chinese call themselves the
black-haired race and, all foreigners
red-headed devils. A chinaman who
HA a th ams.llst Idea of beiner de
ficient in politeness 'confided to the
. writer that when he first saw foreign foreigners
ers foreigners he thought it extraordinary that
th.v ah An 1 A hava haflAa all ipniinil
their faces. Just like monkeys: "but,"
he added reassuringly. T am quite
. used to It now." This reminds us of
What the people in another place said
of a missionary: "He speaks our lan language;
guage; language; If his whiskers were shaved
. -off he wonld be nearly as good looking
as we are."
, .Chinese children often scream with
fright when they see a European for
the first time, especially if he has a
red beard like the bogeyman depicted
in their picture books. The children
thought that these were mythical per personagesbut
sonagesbut personagesbut no, there is one of them
In the flesh. In the "new territory"
opposite Hongkong I heard a boy,
when asked whose was a certain
house, reply: "That's the devil's
house." He meant nothing more than
that the only European In the neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood lived there.
In the interior. of China a foreigner
Is always suspected. He Is supposed
to be able to see Into the earth and
discover precious metals. If he Is a
missionary he Is a political agent
come to get himself killed so that his
death may be an excuse for land grab grabbing
bing grabbing on the part of some European
power. Should he offer any food or
'drink to visitors they think that It Is
- poisoned. Many Chinese women are
afraid to enter a foreigner's house lest
they should be bewitched.
Chinese ladies dress, and do not un undress,
dress, undress, for evening parties, so they are
shocked when they hear that Western
women do the reverse that when they
go to court they regard "a bare skin
as a mark of respect." Chinese ladles
are also concerned because their Eu European
ropean European sisters do not wear visible
trousers, and have tight-fitting clothes
that show their shape. Even upon a
..man tight clothes can only be ex explained
plained explained if the poor fellow has not
enough cloth to cover himself prop properly.
erly. properly. A Chinaman will feel the board-like
shirt-front of a European with won wonder
der wonder and ask If his collar does not cut
his throat. JWhat," he asks, "can
be worse for his health than to have
the waistcoat of evening dress open In
front, thus exposing the chest, a most
"vulnerable part?"
A friend told the writer that the
first time, he gave a swallow-tall coat
to a new Chinese servant to brush, he
saw1 the "boy" round the corner hold holding
ing holding the garment up to the light and
shaking with mirth. -"Why was it
cut' so in-front and at the tails? What
were the buttons behind for? How did
'the thing go onT" The Chinese think
we should wear hats out of doors in
summer when It is warm and take
- them Indoors however cold.
- What Celestials call our European
odor is quite as nauseous to them as
their smell is .to us. Think of that,
ye-well-tubbed Britishers. A mission missionary
ary missionary friend, who Is a very clean man,
told me that he had often been pained
by seeing Chinese hold their noses
when talking to him. They say we
mall raQ lias we ao f Knaf
The' Chinese think that Europeans
have neither ; religion nor morals nor
manners,- and only worship force as
represented by big armies and navies.
They say that, while we profess
Christianity, Its spirit Influences our
actions far less than do economic con considerations;
siderations; considerations; that Christianity is even
less to us than is Confucianism to
them; and that It Is like our impert impertinence
inence impertinence to send missionaries to China.
"The Chinese think that we ignore
and neglect the five great relation relationships
ships relationships which' they learn in their class classics;
ics; classics; the relationship of sovereign to
subject, of father to son, of husband
to wife, of younger brother to elder,
and of jrlend to friend.. Celestial ob observe
serve observe that In Western countries when
a son comes of age he goes where he
-t:k. does what he chooses, and has
so. necessary connection with his par par-cats,
cats, par-cats, nor they with him, and they
""link that this behavior of a grown
lit or colt to a cow or mare proper
:x brutes, but not for human beings,
r- The Platonic Intermingling of sexes
1 western society. the Chinese da not
Isrstand; they think that our treat treat-'
' treat-' rat of women Is a mixture of imbe imbecility.
cility. imbecility. Ill-breeding. and buffoonery.
A Chinese opponent of railways late lately
ly lately wrote that they would be useless In
Crat. as far as women are concerned.
The wives and daughters of Euro Euro-rxans
rxans Euro-rxans take no pleasure in staying at
borne;. bat In the case of our woman womankind,
kind, womankind, gadding about is held in great
disrepute."
-The author of a native work called
The "Sights of Shanghai" complains
that foreigners and their wives stroll
about in the public gardens arm in
arm and shoulder to shoulder without
any bashfulness whatever. For men
and women to talk together In public
is. tn the opinion of the Chinese, bad ;
but for them to shake hands or take
each other's arm is barefaced immor immorality.''
ality.'' immorality.'' Etiquette in the Flowery Land
requires that men and women passing
things to one another should lay them
upon' a table Instead of handing them
directly.
- When the Chinese hear of the Chris Christian
tian Christian precept that a man should leave
his father and mother and cleave to
his wife, they are. If good Confucian Confucian-is
is Confucian-is ts. horror-stricken; for Confusclan Confusclan-Ism
Ism Confusclan-Ism requires a man to cleave to his
father and mother, and to compel his
wife to serve and honor his parents
also. We say that the Chinese wor wor-thlp
thlp wor-thlp their ancestors, and they retort
t&at western nations worship their
trlves. They hear of men among .us
c faring and being devoted to their
crlves.
.The Chinese think that our manners
cxe those of barbarians, and that we
rr; always acting contrary to their
Xi2, "Politeness is better than
7tf V Certainly; the foreigner who
VI 9t take the trouble to learn even
".'xSet of Chinese politeness can

The following from the Tampa Times
cames very near expressing the Star's
sentiments In regard to the two above

named candidates:
Iurlng the campaign that preceded
the primary election of last Tuesday
there was but one candidacy that the
Times labored more strenuously to
promote than that of Governor Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row Wilson for the presidential nom nomination
ination nomination that was that of Hon. S. M.
Sparkman for Congress.
It Is unnecessary now to rehearse
our reasons for advocating the nom nomination
ination nomination of Governor Wilson. They are
as strong in our estimation at tne
present time as ever before; but the
people of Florida have been persuaded
to, overlook them or rather, they
have been cajoled Into a condition of
blindness to them by the considera consideration
tion consideration of sectional sentiment instead of
reason. We acquiesce in the decision
of our people as far as the bestowal
of the vote of our state Is concerned;
but we shall not cease to express our
belief that Wood row Wilson Is the
best, the strongest and most availa available
ble available candidate for the democracy to
nominate at Baltimore; though in can
dor we must admit that the likelihood
or probability of his nomination has
been by recent events greatly dimin diminished.
ished. diminished. We do not believe that there wa3
very much Harmon sentiment in
Florida at any time; there is less now
than ever before, and It is diminish diminishing
ing diminishing dally with the similar sentiment in
the nation at large. The feeling In
favor of Champ Clark has grown with
the Increased probability of his nom nomination,
ination, nomination, promoted by the instinctive
Inclination to endeavor to climb upoa
the band-wagon.
As for Underwood The" Time has
repeatedly said before that If we be believed
lieved believed that any southern man pos possessed
sessed possessed a shadow of a chance of elec election
tion election to the presidency, we would ad advocate
vocate advocate his nomination; but in our es estimation
timation estimation the thing first to be desired
Is victory. We had rather achieve
success with a northern candidate
than to go down in defeat led by one
from the South. We do not believe
that the people of the North are yet
ready to vote for a southerner with
that degree of unanimity essential to
his success.
That the democrats of Florida al allowed
lowed allowed themselves to such an extent to
be made the subjects' of bargain and
sale by self-seeking politicians is hu humiliating
miliating humiliating to that state pride that all
loyal Floridlans should possess.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Presbyterian
(Pastor, Rev. W. H. Dodge, D. D.)
9:45""a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. A short talk by the pastor.
No evening service.
3 p. m. Junior Missionary Society.
A cordial invitation extended to all.
,
Methodist
Sunday School 9:30 a. m.
Special Program Mission Sunday.
L. W. Duval, superintendent.
Preaching, 11 a. m., by the pastor.
Suject, "The Parable of a Watch."
A sermon for children and young
people.
Senior League at 7:15 p. m. Anni Anniversary
versary Anniversary service. A fine program.
Preaching at 7:45 p. m. Suject,
"Matrimonial Corner Stones." Of in interest
terest interest especially to married folks. And
those who expect to be.
Fine music at each service.
A cordial welcome awaits you.
Grace Episcopal
IV "Sunday after Easter.
There will be no 7:30 a. m., Eucharist
at Grace church as the pastor will be
at St. James church.
Sunday School 9:45 a. m.
Holy Eucharist with sermon at 10:45.
Evening sermon at 8 p. m.
Week days.
Holy Eucharist daily, 7 a. m.
Evening Wednesday and Friday at
7:30 p. m. Other days 5:30 p. m.
- Monday Guild of Margaret at Mrs.
(Samsly's. Altar-Guild at Mrs. Schreib Schreib-er's.
er's. Schreib-er's. Tuesday W. A. S. Mission study
class at Mrs. Haisley's.
Wednesday Vestry mseting 8 p. m.
Friday Choir Practiee 8 p. m.
Baptist
Sunday School 9:30 a. m.
Preaching by Rev. I B. Warren at
11 a. m. Subject, "The Mystery of
Suffering Explained."
Evening service at 8. Sermon by
Rev. I B. Warren on the "Tragedy of
Sodom."
Following will be the program for the
morning and evening services:
Hymn.
Scripture Reading.
Solo, by Miss Porter.
Sermon.
Special musical program at evening
service.
Processional, "Jesus Calls Us" Choir.
Hymn.
Duet "Hark, Hark, My Soul," Mrs.
Porter and Mrs. Goto.
Trio By Misses Porter and Downs
and Mrs. Goin.
Christian-
(W. H. Coleman, Minister.)
10 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Sermon, "Gravitation in
Human Life." i
3:15 p. m. Junior C. E.
7:30 p. m. Sermon, "Lessons From
the Cities of Refuge."
Baptisms at close of morning service.
Special music.
Everybody welcome.
Junior C. E. Program.
Topic "The Story of Two Houses."
Mat. 7: 24-27, Marion Cope leader.
Song.
Prayer.
Bible lesson read alternately. Lesson
explanation, Mr. Cope.
Chalk Talk Tom Wilson.
Leseon Story Mildred Keller and
Etweena Wilson.
Sentence Prayers.
Missionary Quiz Fred Keller.
Missionary Told by Elizabeth Cow-
drick.
Roll Call and collection or dues.
Song.
Mizpah.
MAKING READY FOR
THE VETERANS AT MACON,
Fifty thousand visitors are expected
in Macon, Ga., next weeks for the an annual
nual annual national reunion" of the United
Confederate Veterans. Realizing that
bythe very force of nature, they will
probably never again have the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity to entertain the soldiers of the
"lost cause," the citizens of Macon are
bending every energy to make the
approaching gathering an event long
to be remembered. Never In the his history
tory history of the city have such elaborate

Of the Marlon County Vote at In
IAMt Tueday' Primary.

The County Democratic Committee
met today and added up the returns
from the various precincts. The result
was as follows:
President.
Underwood 882
Wilson 450
Member -National Committee.
Crawford 245
Hocker 913
Matthews 255
CoueretiHmaB-al-LarKf.
Beacham 4 6
L'Engle 819
Martin ISO
O'Brien 68
Toomer 296
Williamson 112
Governor
Gibbons 321
Milton 331
Semple 28
Trammell 661
Watson 362
State Treararrr.
Griner -. 534
Jones 272
Luning 657
Superintendent Pnltlle Inwt ruellon.
Holloway 511
Russell . 438
Sheats 621
CommiwMioner of .Agriculture.
Dorman 571
McRae 8D6
Railroad Commissioner.
Dunn 1120
Neely 313
Adjutant General.
Driscoll 222
Foster 682
Lewis 451
CongreHMman FIrat District.
Phillips..." 589
Sparkman 1068
Representative.
Crosby 1017
Light 1057
Spencer 1208
County Judge.
Gober 697
Smith 1122
Sheriff.
Galloway 1653
Clerk.
Sistrunk 913
Nugent .". 968
Ayer 1061
Moorehead 776
Tax Collector.
Colbert 1652
Superintendent of School.
Brinson 968
Green "...820
Surveyor.
Moorehead 1042
Ferguson 732
Treasurer.
Cobb 406
Graham 1067
Livingston 364
Superintendent of RegiMtration.
Barco 948
Tucker 667
Member State Deni. Ex. Committee.
Duval 132
Member CunerrHxlonnl Committee.
Burford 1296
Member Senatorial Committee.
Clyatt 1301
COMMERCE COURT KILLED
Unless Ilousie of Representative Goes
Back on Report of Committee on
Appropriations.
Washington, May 3. By failing to
report an appropriation for the recent recently
ly recently created Commerce Court, the House
Committee on Appropriations yester yesterday
day yesterday sought to abolish that tribunal.
The general supply bill for the legisla legislative,
tive, legislative, judicial and executive branches
of the government is a wholesale at attempt
tempt attempt at reduction of government ex expenses.
penses. expenses. The bill proposes a reduction of the
salary of the secretary to the Presi President
dent President from $7,500 to $6,000.
Specific injunction against the ex expenditure
penditure expenditure of public money for tele telephones
phones telephones in private residences is incor incorporated
porated incorporated in the bill.
The Democrats cut $92,280 from the
salaries paid to employes in the House
wing of the capitol.
The bill also restricts the number of
United States circuit judges to twenty twenty-nine
nine twenty-nine and provides that no more ap appointments
pointments appointments of that class shall be made
until the number of judges is reduced
below that number.
The Republican members of the Ap
propriations Committee field a minor minority
ity minority report, urging the retention of the
Commerce Court and the bureaus of
statistics and manufactures and the
higher salary of the secretary to the
President.
G. J. PHILLIPS
Contractor and Builder
Plans ana specifications FutoIsIhmT
Upon Request.
139 South Third Street
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MUSIC EVERY EVENING
from 6:00 to 7:30
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Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. M'lVEK. Fonrl Director
All AVork Dci-e l,y Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed.
Phones: D. E. Mclver. 104; San San-PT.es.
PT.es. San-PT.es. 380; Undertaking Office. 47.

Torelffli ILsice
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Regular 15c to 25c Values

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All Good Things Must End The Best Things are Short-Lived.

THE UNIDERSELLIIMG STORE OF

AX AUTO IDYL.
A Iown-to-Date Parody on the Young
Lor hlnvar.
(Tampa Tribune.)
O, young Lochinvar is come out of the
South,
Through all the wide Border his heart's
in his mouth;
And, save his good" shotgun, he weapon
had none,
He went all unarmed, and h? went all
alone.
So faithful in love, and so dauntless
in war,
There never was Cracker like young
Lochinvar.
He stayed not for sandspurs, and he
stopped not to moan,
He swam St. John's River where ford
;there was none;
Rut ere he alighted at Gotham, sedate,
The bride had consented, the Cracker
came late;
For a Lobster in love, and a pinhead in
war,
Was to wed fair Marie of brave Loch Lochinvar.
invar. Lochinvar. So boldly he entered the Huntington
Hall
Among brklesmen, and kinsmen, and
brothers, and all.
Then spoke the bride's father, Jiis hand
on his gun
(For the poor craven bridegroom had
never a one) :
"O, come ye in peace here, or come ye
in war,
Or to dance at our bridal, Cracker-Jack
Lochinvar?"
"I long wooed your daughter, my suit
you denied,
Love swells like the Tampa Bay, but
ebbs like its tide,
And now I am come, with this lost
love of mine,
To lead but one measure, drink one
cup of wine:
There are maidens in Gotham more
lovely by far.
That would gladly be bride to Cracker-Jack
Lochinvar."
The fcride kissed the goblet, Cracker Cracker--
- Cracker-- Jack took it up,
He quaffed off the wine, and threw
down tho cup.
She looked down to blush, and she
looked up to sigh,
With a smile on her lips, and a tear
in her eye.
He took her soft hand, ere her mother
could bar,
"Now tread we a measure," said Cracker-Jack
Lochinvar.
So, stately his form, and so lovely her
face,
That never a hall such a Cracker did
grace;
While her mother did fret, and her
father did fume,
And the bridegroom stood thinking
celibacy to resume;
And the bridesmaidens whispered,
V'Twere better by far
To have matched our fair cousin with
Cracker-Jack Lochinvar."
One touch to her hand, and one word
in her ear,
When they reached the hall-door, and
the auto chogged near,
So light to the Pat the fair lady he
swung,
So light to the wheel beside her he
sprung:
She is won! We are gone through the
streets in our car.
"They'll have fast autos that follow."
Quoth young Cracker-Jack Lochinvar.
There was rushing 'mong Irvings of
the Buntington clan
Franekes. Bostwicks and Humberts
they role and they ran;
There was racing and ceasing right
down to the bay,
But the lost bride of Buntington got j
eafely away, ; i
For Cracker-Jack Lochinvar honked j
up to the Clyde. j
And boarded the Mohawk with his j
newly-won bride. i
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The steamer then glided right into the j
offing,. j
Fur the land of the orange, whence she ;
slipped her North wharfing; j
And the young Cracker Lochinvar j
stroked his bride on her hair,
While her father and kinsmen 'raged
on the land in despair:
And the smiles of Marie when she. trod
the land of sunshine j
Have since deepened and broadened ;
into love that's devine. ;
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WOODMEN" OF THE WORLD j
Next regular monthly meeting will i
he hel l at 8 o'clock FrMay evening.
Mav 10th. at Yonge's Hall. j
R N. Dosh. C. C.
Chas. K, Sage, Clerk.

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HI V Kit ABOUT TO
OVERWHELM BATON ROUGE.
Baton Rouge, La., May 4. Hundreds
of citizens, rich and poor, are working
side by side wtih three hundred con convicts
victs convicts and negroes in a desperate effort
to hold the levees against the torrential
floods in the Mississippi creeping
hourly towards the crest of the protec protective
tive protective earth works about this city.
When the situation became so crit critical
ical critical every able-hodied man and boy
joined the working force. Five hun hundred
dred hundred cadets of the Louisiana State Uni University
versity University responded to the call and joined
with school boys, boy scouts and sol soldiers
diers soldiers working eagerly to do their part
in saving levees.
There are five points of feverish ac activity.
tivity. activity. An especial effort is being made
to save the city pumping station and
water works plant and about a thous thousand
and thousand persons of every calling are as assisting
sisting assisting in building large mud boxes
about this property.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Permit to Sell Liquors, Wine and
Heer.
Whereas Harry Feter has filed with the
Board of County Commissioners for
Marion County, Florida, an application
for permit to sell Liquors, Wines and
Beer in Election District No. 1 of said
County and State; any citizen of such
election district may show cause, if
any there be, at the meeting of the
Board to be held on Wednesday, the 5th
day of June next, why such permit
should not be granted.
S. T. Sistrunlc.
Clerk of the Board of County Commis Commissioners,
sioners, Commissioners, Marion County, Florida.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all credit creditors,
ors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all other
persons having claims and demands
against the estate of Albert L. Barber,
deceased, to present said claims duly
proven To the undersigned within one
vear from the date of the first publica publication
tion publication of this notice, to-wit: January
30th. 1912. D. A. Smith.
As Administrator Estate of Albert I
Barber. Deceased.
Ocala, Florida, Jan. 30, 1912.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR
Notice is hereby given, to all credit creditors,
ors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all other
persons having claims and demands
against the estate of Adelaide B.
Chisolm, deceased. to present said
claims duly proved to the undersigned
within one year from the date of the
first publication of this notice, to-wit:
Feb. 8th. T. 1 2 Kate B. Howell,
A3 Administratrix Estate Adelaide B.
Chisolm.
Oak, Fla.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fifth Jiitllelnl Circuit In anil for
Marion County, Florida In Chan Chancery.
cery. Chancery. Meomie Rain vs. Roger Rain Divorce.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Roger Rain be
and he is hereby required to appear to
the bill of complaint filed in this cause
on
Monday the 10th day of June, 1912
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for eight consecutive weeks in the
Ocala. Star, a newspaper published in
said countv and state, this 12th day of
April, R'l-. H. T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
By Don Beabody, D. C.
Edwin Spencer, Jr..
Complainant's Solicitor.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL RETURN"
Notice is' hereby given that I.
Thomas Sexton, will on the 1st day of
June. A. D. 112. render to the Hon.
Joseph Bell, county judge of Marion
countv. Florida, my annual account as
guardian of Etta Hood Robinson.
Thomas Sexton, Guardian.
IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
fifth Jmllrlal Cirenlt, Marlon
County, Florida In Chancery.
Geneva Crenshaw vs. Cleve Crenshaw.
Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-with: Cleve Cren Crenshaw
shaw Crenshaw be. and he is hereby required to
appear to the bill of complaint filed in
this cause on
Monday the 10th day of June, 1912
Tt is further ordered that a copy of
"..i order be published once a week
for eiuht consecutive weeks in the
oc-ila.. Star, a newspaper published in
said countv an 1 state, this 12th day of
April. A. D. is12 S. T. Sistrunk.
f'ierk ''ircuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
By Don Peabody, D. C.
Edwin Spencer, Jr..
Complainant"? Solicitor.
IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Fifth Juilirial Circuit of Florida in
and for .Marion County In Chan Chancery.
cery. Chancery. James C. Foster Complainant vs. Mary
Fo.-:er Defendant Order for
Constructive' Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Mary S. Foster.
he and she is hereby required to appear
to the bill of complaint filed in this
cause on or before
Monday, the 10th day of June, 1912
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for ei'.rht consecutive weeks in the
Oeala Star, a newspaper published in
said countv and state.
This 12;h day of April, 1912.
S. T Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion Co. Fla,
By Don Peabody, D. C.
R. LJ Anderson, Complainant's Solicitor.

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Laces ranging in: price from
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half -gallon pizes. This jar seals itself automatically
by the heat of the boiled frait or vegetables to be
canned has no rubber band to deteriorate and. allow
the fruit to spoil is simple, durable and econom economical,
ical, economical, as its name implies. The company absolutely
guarantees the contents of the jar, if put up in accord accordance
ance accordance with their directions, to never spill. The open openings
ings openings in these glass jars are large and are easily filled
or emptied.
Call at the store and see the jars and how they are
sealed and get a booklet containing many valuable
household receipts. Price of the jars as follows :
Pints, per dozen $1.00

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about sevea miles from town, and had
a beat?'. If ul home on a hill in a mag magnificent
nificent magnificent oak grove.
Tie loss was complete. The hou.se
was burned to the ground and only a
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the lower floor. The fire caught in the
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so very little was saved. When the
men fulk-- arrived, the roof had fallen
in and only a few things could be
removed fr:n the ground lloor.
Mr. Redding was in town this morn morning
ing morning and stated that he did not have a
dollar of insurance and his loss would
be about $3500. He said he would re rebuild,
build, rebuild, but not at once. Tbe family Is
occupying a small cottage on the farm.
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FoIIowlaj zts inzt a Fcvz of the Thousands of
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(Mrs. E. Via Hood, Editor)

HANDWRITING OS THE
WALL OP KING ALCOHOL.
Notwithstanding the victories the li liquor
quor liquor traffic ha3 recently won by brihinp:
voters and terrifying' politicians, the
man of vision sees the doom of King
Alcohol written by a divine Hand
whose five fingers are hygiene, here heredity,
dity, heredity, business, patriotism, humanity.
I. The Eiaeer of Hygiene.
The laws of nature are really the
oldest testament, but only recently
have its hieroglyphics, written In the
white and red of nerve cells and blood
corpuscles," found a Daniel to interpret
them. It was at the feet of the fore foremost
most foremost medical experts, of Germany,
Prance, Britain and the United States
that President C. W. Eliot, of Harvard
University, -unlearned, at seventy, his
life long theory that a gentleman
might properly drink beer and wine on
moderation. He now proclaims that
in the light of modern science it is
"inexpedient" to drink at all. And it
Is scientific experiments at Tale, with
others, that have prompted President
Hadley to say that If the American
people-were made to know what alco alcohol
hol alcohol really is they would banish every
saloon from the land. "Uhy shouldn't
the churches take up that word of
President Hadley and make as familiar
as "Sapolio" the fact that is declared
iby Prof. Hodge of Clark University
J and others, that alcohol is the "waste
; product" of a microbe. Let us repudi repudiate
ate repudiate the policy of the. mother who
j wanted her daughter "taught history,
with all the painful parts left out,"
,and tell the truth, that alcohol is li li-jquid
jquid li-jquid excrement.
j To proclaim that unquestionale fact
j by posters in every market place and
by leaflets at every door would be to
write the doom of drink. Does anyone
suppose a poet who knows that, can
rage in praise of "ruby wine?" Will
refined ladies who know that, ask gen-
tlemen to take the amber beer from
; their hands?
i II. The Finger of Heredity.
And when it is generally known
that' the touch of wine or beer on the
lips of husband and wife makes those
Hps curse their unborn children, does
anyone suppose that husbands and
wives, though willing to risk their own
health, will still consent to blight their
children. Professor Demme, of Berne,
found in descendents of Alcoholic
Families only 17 per cent, of the chil children
dren children normal, while In temperate fam families
ilies families it was 88.5.
III. The Flnaer of Commerce.
The old argument for abstinence was
that one who drinks may become a
drunkard; the new argument is that
only by abstinence can one reach the
highest efficiency. As John G. Wooley
says, the argument is no longer failure
but fitness. The United States Bureau
of Labor, sums up a report on "The
Economic Aspects of. the Liquor Ques Question,"
tion," Question," based partly on answer to ques questions
tions questions sent to a representative list of
American employers, in these words:
"More than half the establishments re reporting
porting reporting require in certain occupations
and under certain circumstances, that
employees shall not use intoxicating
liquors." Business men and even labor
unions have been fooled into the be
lief that "prohibition hurts business,"
j when in fact to transfer the capital
I that employed a hundred men in mak making
ing making shoes to making liquors would put
i eleven twelfths of the men out of a
iob.
Of each dollar spent in manufacture
of liquors, Labors shares is only 2
cents, but labor's share of each dollar
spent in manufacture of the comforts
of life, is 16.2 cents.
In "wet" territory the cost of liquors
average about $1.25 per family. (It
averages $17.39 .per person for "wet"
and "dry," and the country is almost
half "dry.") But proof was given all
through the Maine campaign and un unchallenged
challenged unchallenged (for it was based on tlie
figures of the Portland Argus, the
leading liquor organ) that liquors cost
Maine only $7.40 per family, $1.48 per
capita, with all the defects in law en enforcement
forcement enforcement and the importation under
the federal shield of inter-state com commerce.
merce. commerce. About the same relative con consumption
sumption consumption of drink was shown for all
prohibition states, namely one and one
fourth gallon of irftoxicating liquors
against a national average of 22.86
that, is six and one fourth "gallons per
family in "wet" territory, for it would
be at least 25 gallons per capita as the
average of the nation, half "dry," is
22.86.
In this connection we quote as of
profound significance a statement of
the crown prince of Sweden at the open opening
ing opening of the Good Templar Summer Fes Festival,
tival, Festival, Hessllholm, 1910: "The temper temperance
ance temperance movement is one of the greatest
of our time, a movement by which the
people will gain self-reliance and self self-control.
control. self-control. The final aim is nothing less
than the most complete possible libera liberation
tion liberation of our people from the destructive
effects of the use of alcohol. There
are, of course, differences of opinion
as to the best ways of attaining this
end. But that the end can and must
be reached is the principal point upon
which all are united. In our time the
struggle for existence goes on among
the people with increasing sharpness
because j general development is pro progressing
gressing progressing with remarkable ad increas increasing
ing increasing swiftness. It is of great import import-andce
andce import-andce to the state, as well as to the
individual, to use the utmost exertion
not to.be left helpless in the rear and
perhaps to be finally overcome by a
more vigorous people or community.
.1 believe that this sharp but at the
same time stimulating struggle, pro promoting,
moting, promoting, as it does, the physical, moral
and mental powers, facilitates greater
productiveness in the muscle and nerve
taxing work of our modern times.
These powers render possible greater
intensity and more enjoyment in work,
and by that means improve both the
quality and the quantity of labor. But
what is of yet greater significance,
this physical and mental strength is
transmitted in a notably increasing de degree
gree degree from generation to generation.
All of this will so obviously strengthen
the competitive power of a people in
the world's markets that I do not hesi hesitate
tate hesitate to make this assertion: That na nation
tion nation which is first to free Itself from
the injurious effects of alcohol will
thereby attain a marked advantage
over other nations in the amicable yet
intensive struggle for existence. I
hope that our country will be the one
which will first understand and secure
this advantage."
IV. The Finger of PatriotUm.
Those words of the crown prince
represent the fingers of hygiene and
heredity and business and patriotism,
and they chime with words of the
German emporor, in Feb. 1911. "The
nation which takes the smallest quan quantity
tity quantity of alcohol will win the battles of
the future." Americans who have de depended
pended depended mostly on the argument of am
intelligent self love in fighting the sa-

loon as the foe of health and business
prosperity should learn from the lead leaders
ers leaders in other lands the force of
the arguments that bring in the force
of heredity, patriotism and humanity.
In France also the patriotic argument
is foremost. Because France is a "dy "dying
ing "dying nation." the government puts up
posters warning even aeainst tippling
that falls short of drunkenness, "for
the tuture of the nation."
V. The Flnser of Humanity.
Great Eritain. too. takes up. the pa patriotic
triotic patriotic argument, alarmed by the fail failure
ure failure of SO per cent of those who offered
themselves for the Boer War to pass
the examination, and puts up in a hun hundred
dred hundred British cities, "by order of the
city government," warning posters
headed,
"ALCOHOLISM
AND PHYSICAL DEGENERACY"
which adds to the patriotic argument

the yet larger warning against race
degeneracy. As Congressman Hobson
shows in his great speech on alcohol as
"The Great Destroyer," degeneracy of
the human race the world over is
threatened in th widening markers of
alcohol. The chief purpose of the
Brewers World Congress recently held
in Chicaga, to push the sale of beer
in China, Korea, Japan and other lands
that have not been cursed as the white
races with this .race poison, should
rouse the church of God to march in
upon the God-defying revels of Alco Alcohol
hol Alcohol and slay this defiant foe of God and
man.
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She Felt
Unworthy

4I don't suppose you are hungry,
but we saved some supper for jou,
dear," said Jane's mother to Jane as
that young person slowly approached,
dragging her white- lace -"-parasol
across the stump-Infested lawn of
Jane's family's summer cottage.
Jane sank with emphasis into a
cane rocker and gazed moodily into an
unusually fine sunset.
"Thanks, I'm not hungrj," the said,
briefly.
Jane's brother, who was tastefully
attired in soiled white trousers and
a track shirt, reared the upper half
of his body from the cool grass and
regarded her critically.
"You look seedy, sis," he remarked.
"What did they do to you at the Hon.
Mrs. Biggs deckle edgedT and hand
tooled party?
"Do!" cried his sister, turning pink.
"They didn't do a thing but make me
feel that I ought to blush for my
temerity In presuming to exist, let
alone my unpardonable pretensions to
social standing in the community. It's
a good thing Mrs. Biggs superior eye
has never fallen upon your present
costume, Jim, or the Biggses might
Invite us to leave the colony." ....
The youth addressed kicked off a
tennis shoe delightedly and crowed In
derision of Mrs. Biggs.
"My dear Jane!" protested their
mother. "James, don't be rude."
"The first thing I heard when I got
to the party," proceeded Jane, "was
Mrs. King bemoaning the fact that the
like Is so dirty. She said that she just
shuddered every time she went in,
and the very moment she got out she
always ran for the bathtub and turn turned
ed turned on the hot water! And yet I had
almost broken my neck to take my
dip in that same lake at 1:30, so as to
be all nice and fresh for the party!"
"Swat the fly; he is a "deadly
peril!" quoted Jane's brother, pawing
the turf in ecstasy. "How does it
feel to be in the insanitary class,
sis?"
"Well, of course, that set me right
at once as to. the kind of people who
were there," pursued Jane, "and when
I looked carefully over those present
I was sorry I hadn't brought along
our storage warehouse receipt just to
intimate to all assembled near that
this dress I'm wearing Isn't the only
one I have in the world." .She. paused.
Then she went on, .pensively ; "One
of the simplest costumes at the party
was a heliotrope satin, appllqued in
real lace and veiled in black mar mar-quiette
quiette mar-quiette sort of a tight effect"
"You've got it!" declared Jane's
brother, delightedly. "I saw that
woman yesterday trying to climb on
the board walk in front of thevInn
and flying signals, of distress."
"Then the conversation turned on
servants said Jane. "Mrs. King
simply couldn't find a laundress that
she could trust with her little things,
and Mrs. Biggs had really hesitated
about taking the cottage this year
when she remembered what a state
her French embroidery was in at the
end of last season. Then t they com compared
pared compared notes as to hbw. many pieces
each one sent out to be washed each
week. Mrs-Holmes, led. with 40 hand
towels. That was rather sad conver conversation
sation conversation for you to attempt to partici participate
pate participate in when you've passed the morn morning
ing morning bending over the soapsuds doing
the family washing for seven!"
"I see you doing it, sis!" encour encouraged
aged encouraged her brother, admiringly.
"Further," reported Jane, "Mrs.
Browne is much dissatisfied with sev several
eral several little matters, so prepare to shed
a sympathetic tear. She wants to
give a lawn party, but she would be
ashamed, actually ashamed, to invite
any one to her lawn; she counted 15
stumps from the window of her break breakfast
fast breakfast room alone! I thought of this."
Jane waved her hand.
"Jeems," said her brother, with sud sudden
den sudden severity, "I desire you to extract
the stumps from this greensward at
once. Then seed it down with the
best quality of lawn grass and engage
a bright young landscape artist to
plant a border of dwarf redwoods
around the pump!"
His sister laughed. "Well, I don't
care, Jim; It was pretty awful," she-
said. "Goodness, I really and truly
am hungry; caterers never fill me in
a way that you could call satisfactory.
I believe I'll go out to the kitchen,
mother, and find that supper you
saved for me."
Throws Away $39,160.
Misers have great resourcefulness
in selecting hiding places for their
treasures, but they rarely adopt the
methods employed by a traveler on the
railway line between Lescar and Pan,
in France. This individual, who owned
an estate worth about $48,700, sold all
his property and insisted upon being
paid the full purchase price in nego negotiable
tiable negotiable bearer shares and in coupons
payable to the Bank of France.
He disposed of some of hl3 money,
and then during a brief halt of the
train approaching Pan threw his pock pock-etbook
etbook pock-etbook containing the remainder ap approximately
proximately approximately $39,160, into a hedge bor bordering
dering bordering the line.
There it was found recently by a
hedge clipper, who deposited his find
at the nearest police station. By the
laws of France it will become his
property at the end of twelve months
unless the original owner claims it
and proves his right
Hard to Realize.
The variety of ways in which a giv given
en given number of articles may be placed
has often created much surprise. A
mathematician once set himself to
the task of calculating the number of
different ways in which the fifty-two
cards of a pack could be distributed
among four players, thirteen to each,
taking every possible combination. It
would be useless to present the an answer
swer answer here In a long row of figures, for
no one can realize what such a nu numerical
merical numerical array really means, but the
following illustration can be readily
grasped:
If the entire population of the earth.

say one thousand mCSons or persons,
were to deal the cards continually,
day and night, for one hundred mil millions
lions millions bf years, at the rate of a deal
by each person a minute, they 'would
not have exhausted the one hundred
thousandth part of the number of a a-sentially
sentially a-sentially different ways In which It Is
possible that the cards can be so dis distributed.

SINCLAIR'S ODD FOOD FADS
"Bill" Fuller, Father-lrvLaw of the
: Author, Didnt Enjoy Meals at
Arden.
"Bill" Fuller Is a philosopher, which
he needs to be, inasmuch as he' is
Upton Sinclair's father-in-law. He ad admires
mires admires Sinclair; the Cincinnati Times Times-Star's
Star's Times-Star's New York correspondent writes,
and has no criticism whatever to
make on the differences which have
developed between his daughter and
the young writer. "They're both high,
brows." says Fuller, "and Heaven
knows that two highbrows cant get
along. Why, even one highbrow can't
get along."
But he doesn't approve of Sinclair's
dietary Ideas. "I never know," said
he, "when I take a meal with Upple,
whether he will declare that the only
sane diet Is to chew a prune 400 times
and then rub the stone In the hair, or
whether he will want forty pounds of
raw meat and a couple of uncooked
cabbages. He doesn't run true to form,
one might say. 7 He never has the
same idea about food twice In succes succession.
sion. succession. Once I visited him at Arden.
where he had planned a sort of so socialistic
cialistic socialistic Garden of Eden. By arfd by
I began to need my fodder.
"'When do we eatr 1 asked Upple;
There,' said he, Is a loaf of whole
wheat bread, and the spring la only
200 yards away.' He began to tell me
that this sort of cold poultice was all
my stomach needed.
"That may be all right for your
stomach. said I, "but my stomach has
been pampered. When does the next
train leave?' .
" 'In which direction T asked Upple.
"'Any direction, said I.
"But before. I left. I did one good
deed. I'd noticed a peaked kind of a
pup leaning against the wall of Up Up-pie's
pie's Up-pie's shack. The colored maid said
the dog was 'stubbohn.
" '.He Jes won't eat his tomattoes,
says this dinge. 'An Mlstah Sinclair
says tomattoes is a puffed food for a
dog.! . . v
" T, guess that's right,' says I.
That's ail they're fit for. But before
1 go me and the dog are going to have
a feast.
"So I sent -out and bought five
pounds of steak, and I broiled It over
an open fkVand the dog and me eat
the whole works. The fragrance of
the broiling brought Uppie out of his
tent.' He stood there looking at us,
with; tears In his eyes and Water on
his lips.
."'My goodness, says Upple, 'I be believe.
lieve. believe. I'm getting hungry.
" 'Good, says I. 'Have a tomato,
Upple.' "
Bird Protectors.
The hotel proprietor was greatly ex excited.
cited. excited. "Herr Here!" he called to
his prize chef. "What in the world is
this?".- v
"That's the bird nest soup, proud proudly
ly proudly replied the chef, "and it's one of
the rarest delicacies to be obtained
anywhere."
"Possibly!" snapped the notel man,
"but you must -remember -that this
banquet is for members of the Audo Audo-.bon
.bon Audo-.bon society.".
ONE CONSOLATION.
Dobbins After all I spent on that
girl her father chased me out of the
house.
Wobb'ns Well, you had a run for
your money.
Courting Danger.
New name for English suffragettes
I gmesd now they'll be good;
A western paper aaya they are
The "Shrieking Sisterhood."
Curious Credentials.
Clerk .( to patent medicine man)
Here is a curious credential from one
of our customers.
Medicine Man Read it.
Clerk Before I took your elixir my
face was a sight. You ought to see it
now. Send me another bottle for my
mother-in-law. Harlem Life.
His Experience,
"They say Cashlt, who has become
the social magnate of the town, waa
once an elevator boy."
"Ah! That accounts for It."
"Accounts for what?"
"His facility for taking some people
up and for taking others down."
Not Even-Trolleys,
Hix Those big hotels lack one con convenience.
venience. convenience. Dix What?
Hix They have swift elevators to
hike you up to the thirtieth floor, but
no taxicabs in the half-mile corxidon
to take you to your room.
A wise old financier confides he has
often found it valuable to put a stupid
man on a promotion scheme. He un understands
derstands understands baseball, and this Is the
way he explains It: A great batter
doesn't expect to see a ball come to
him straight over the plate; when
the dull promoter puts his straight
over the plate it catches some of the
keenest of 'em nappmg.

JIM Sf

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right." yet It represents ten per cent interest on one dollar for a year- It's
the little things that count In this life. History tells us that the Duke of
Wellington attributes the victory of the Allies at Waterloo to the closing of
the Hugomont Castle gates by James McDowell and John Graham. It was a
small thing. But the results nave nee n marvelous as we look back over the
f Intervening years.. Philip D. Armour knew the value of little things. They
"say he packed everything but the last breath of a hog utilizing the waste In
the manufacture of "by-products made him wealthy. The small boy by stick sticking
ing sticking his finger In the leak In the dam saved Holland from destruction. A
few drops of .water on a stone makes no Impression- the constant drip
f wears away the stone. The little point on the auger prepares the way for
the large bored hole. A single grain of corn produces from one to two per perfect
fect perfect ears. And so the little dime Is a -part of a dollar. Dollars at interest
produce dollars just as surely as the seed sown on rich ground brings forth
an abundant harvest. Then save the DIME! Watch it grow.

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Momdlay May 6tfflii
From 8 a. m. to 6 p; m.
Browe pess-Mecim
every thread pure
Different weights: Values from

25 cents to -35 cents
at only . . :

Quantity unlimited
Real Linen ToEclnoini" Lace
all widths
Edging and Insertion to match

Regular 10c values
at only ...

Quantity unlimited
The above are real values and this is what we
always give you. We do not put a limit as to
how much to buy, but you can rest assured, you
are getting your money's worth r bring the
.goods back and get your money back.
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The Brow Impulse Tire Pump saves time, mosey, labor, lame
toacks ad -atmr UBguacc By simply removlav m spark plus; and at at-laehlag
laehlag at-laehlag ping eos section It Immediately fllla your tires Its pare, fresh
air with power from the eaglae of your auto. Moat woaderfal Invea Invea-tloa
tloa Invea-tloa of tke apje. No ezperlmeat. Satisfaction srnarasteed. We are Flor Florida
ida Florida state aa-eats. Let as have year order how. Prlee complete, 915.

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MERCHANT, TAILOR
Fcr Tall ir-hade Clothing and
; Cleaajcg, Pressing and
Df pairing
PHONE 73
Prices in Keeping with Good
Work

TOY JACKSONVILLE'S POPULAR
lofld Astor
Cor. Day and Ilogan Sis.
Jccksonville, Florida
All modern improvements,

very central location, coolest

rooma in city. Fine sample
rooms.
Rates: f 1.00 f 1.50 and $2.00
" with bath.
; Actor Investment Co.,
- 'Proprietors.
a A. D. Vzzzz President

EXAMINERS IX OPTOMETRY

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K. of P. meet Monday night.

Elks meet Tuesday evening.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.

Moose meet Thursday evening.

F. U. of meets Thursday night.

15 7 rooms.

Packham.

big lot. soft water.

Dr. A. Blaloek, pfcysletam, phone

saber 132.

Mr. J. F. Jenkins went to Gainesville
on. the early A. C. L. train.

Kodak finishing done by experts at
the Ocala Photo Co.

Mrs. Chas. H. Mathews is expected
home from Oklahoma this evening.

Dr. E. G. Peek's of flee phone Is No.
448) his residence phone, No. 301.

EDDIE SMITH IS ELATED

T. M. Finne of Coleman, was at the
Ocala House last night.

FOR SALE One good saddle horse.
Inquire of Mrs. W. P. Edwards.

Mr. W. B. Johnson of Martel. was at
the Ocala House last night.
Your last photo didn't do you justice.
It wasn't taken at the Ocala Photo Co.

Mr. J. W. Stevens, of Fort McCoy,
was at the Ocala House last night.

At the Ocala Photo Co. we develop
your films free If bought from us.

FOR RENT Corner South 7th and
Watula street, two-story, seven-ro.oms,
large lot $15. H. C. Packham.

Mr. B. B. King, the broad-gauge and
Jolly drummer of Live Oak, was at the
Ocala House last night.

FOR SALE 20-hp. Ford runabout
'car, and equipment. $250 cash. Ad

dress. F. H. M., care Star. 6td

Mr. Geo. A. Moorman of Orange

Springs, was at the Ocala House last
'night.

I

i wawieu leacners wantea ior me

' public schools. Address D. T. Bald Bald-,
, Bald-, win, Agua Neuva, Texas.

Over Ills Splendid Vote and Thank
His Friends for the Same.
I wish to thank the voters of Ma Marion
rion Marion county for the splendid vote giv given
en given me on last Tuesday. I came out of
the campaign victorious, but not re rejoicing
joicing rejoicing at the defeat of the gentle gentleman
man gentleman who opposed me. You have plac placed
ed placed confidence in me, and I am deter determined
mined determined that my action as county judge
of Marion county shall show to you
that I merit the trust. With all def deference,
erence, deference, I lift my hat to ehe ladies,
thanking them for their sweet pres presence
ence presence on various occasion, and for
words of encouragement given me dur during
ing during the canvass. To those who opposed
me I extend the right hand of full and
perfect fellowship.
Respectfully,
W. E. SMITH.

AIR DOME ATTRACTIONS.

Will Carry Without Charge SnppMe
for the Mississippi Flood.
Sufferers.
Mr. G. T. Maughs. Ocala manager of
the Southern Express Company, has re received
ceived received the following instructions:
Free transportation over the lines of
the Southern Express Company, is
hereby authorized on shipments of
clothing and supplies, shipped by As As-oeieties
oeieties As-oeieties and Red Cross Societies for
the flood sufferers at Mississippi Val

ley point.
This order effective May 1, and ex expires
pires expires May 30.

AT THE IDEAL.

The heavy rain and wind storm last
evening caused most people to stay at
home, but those who carae out -after
the storm found the Ideal wide open
and offering a good show- The pict pictures
ures pictures were fine and the music was sup superb.
erb. superb. Beginning Monday afternoon, the
Ideal will give a matinee every after afternoon
noon afternoon at 3 o'clock. Admission, 5 cents.
The prices at the evening perfomances
will be 10 and 5 cents.

r:om. OTD CC317EDS m
desea'i fcelp business nea. desta't dj
To benefit bolh it shcttt tz Left i drec!z:,
DEPOSITORS OF THE OCALA NATIONAL DAflK
IN NEED OF CASH
for any legitimate purpose ci xsilh ztttzlzllz z
cority are invited to apply for a- teca fccrc. t3 o
, plications acted prcnplly epea zzl c!l trzzizZlzzz
are held as confidential.
SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR REXT

CAPITAL. FULLY PAID I2f 973.0M
H. D. STOKES. Cashier.
JNO. L. EDWARDS. Pres. CLARENCE CAMP. Vlca. Praa.

GREAT CELEBRATION'
AT EAST LIKE.

Mr. F. B. Titcomb and Mrs. Charles
Tullis of Dunnellon. were guests of the
Ocala House last night.

l uei your prescriptions nuea Dy uecR

at the Court Pharmacy and know they
are right.

Mr. C. V. Roberts, with Mclver and
MacKay. went to Dunnellon this morn morning,
ing, morning, to embalm a body.

If you are In a hurry for your pre prescriptions,
scriptions, prescriptions, try the Court Pharmacy's
quick delivery system.

To the voters of Marion CountV: I

t ,, T -r, . t wisn to tnanK you ior tne loyai sup-
I Mrs. M. Reynolds and baby, went I A, . -,

to Cotton Plant to visit relatives, thlsjjTY- ",c 1, v

ouLii, in my race tor vuuiiiy ireasuiei.

Following is the program at the Air
Dome tonight.
THE PARTING OF THE WAYS, a
subject showing clearly the spirit of
true manhood.
THE LAST NOTICE, an exciting
Western subject.
THE VIOLIN MAKERS OF NUREM NUREM-HEKG.
HEKG. NUREM-HEKG. This is a very interesting sub subject,
ject, subject, as it shows just where and how
these famous musical instruments ar
made. Every school child should see
this picture.
Most of the Air Dome patrons sup suppose
pose suppose that the storm of yesterday even evening
ing evening would knock Clifford out, and
stayed at home, but the few who went
as soon as the rain let up found the
Air Dome in action, and it had some
splendid pictures, too. Nothing much
less than a tornado will put the Air
Dome out of business.
Don't forget the bay show Monday
night. It will be the most cute and in interesting
teresting interesting yet.

On the 24th. the Lake Weir Yacht
Club will hold its great house warming,
when the new club house will be ded dedicated
icated dedicated and formally opened. The pro program
gram program on this occasion includes an ex excursion
cursion excursion down In the afternoon on the
A. C. L., via special train to return that
night; a big fish fry with corn cakes,
and a grand ball in the evening, with
boaf rides on the lake, etc., etc.

PETITION FOR A HARD ROAD.

ANOTHER ILLUMINATION.

The two handsome electric lamps at
the entrance to the Ocala National
Bank "have been connected with the
current, and are now shedding a brill brilliant
iant brilliant illumination over the entire north north-west
west north-west corner of the public square from
dusky eve till dewy morn. They are
handsome lamps and are important ad additions
ditions additions to Ocala's great white way.

Mil OR All AM THANKS HIS FRIENDS

, morning.

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

A basket of clothes, found In the out outskirts
skirts outskirts of the city yesterday, are await awaiting
ing awaiting their owner at the city hall.

"We guarantee to teach you how to
use your Kodak. Bring your films to
the Ocala Photo Co.

There is another pretty fawn In the
firemen's zoo. It was born last even evening,
ing, evening, and will be named Hazel.

Messrs. E. L. Parker of Umatilla and
H. W. Allen of Jacksonville.were at
the Colonial last night.

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

Mrs. C. B. Tankersley and Mrs. John
Nix of Coleman, were at the Ocala
House yesterday.

FOR SALE Four hundred and fifty
bushels seed peanuts at one dollar per
bushel. Apply Howell & Griggs, Oak,
Fla.

Mr. A. F. Dreka leaves tomorrow for

:a visit to Deland, where his wife and
j children are the guests of his father
land famllv

The Florida State Board of Examin

ers in Optometry will meet in annual
session at Jacksonville, Fla., on the

29th day of May, 1912, at 9 a. m. in the
Windsor hotel, for the purpose of elect electing
ing electing officers for the ensuing year, ana
to transact other business brougjfrt'
before it. Dr. D. M. Boney, Pw&.
Dr. Otto C. Butterwick, SecJr.
Ocala, Fla., April 27,

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

Andrew, the little son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Brinson, who has been quite
sick all the week, is somewhat better
today.

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. v
Mr. G. B. Stein arrived last night
from Jacksonville, to visit his daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. P. J. Theus, and his Ocala
friends generally.

The splendid vote that I received, is a
grand endorsement of my past record
in office for the short time I have been
County Treasurer and I shall work
very hard in the future to merit the
confidence placed in me as evidence
by your votes.
" I wish to thank my good friends
for their services in my behalf dur during
ing during the campaign. It is indeed a pleas pleasure
ure pleasure to acknowledge my gratitude to
them.
In conclusion I wish to thank my
opponents for their courteous treat treatment.
ment. treatment. I appreciate their courtesy and
feel that we have ended the campaign
better friends than when we began.

Very respectfully,
JOHN M. GRAHAM.

Mr. M. E. Robinson is circulating a
petition, which all of the property own owners
ers owners in the vicinity of the road ar6 sign signing,
ing, signing, asking the county commissioners
to harden the cross road, that" connects
the Martel hard road and the Dunnel Dunnellon
lon Dunnellon hard road. The distance is a little
over a mile, and starts from the lane,
just east of Duffy's buildings on his
farm and strikes the Dunnellon road
at the intersection of the Dunnellon and
Shady Grove roads. This short piece
of road will connect two important
ones, greatly facilitate all passing that
way and much shorten the distance.
We hope it will be granted.

THE EAEEISPASIHIISISY

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Just received a snappy line of shoes in

Kneeland, Johnson and Murphy

lines. Also White Canvas in $1.50, $2.50
and $3.50 values, Elk Skin in black and
tant Socks to match Shoes, Laoes to match
Socks, and Polish to phine the Shoes.
Come in and let us show you.
Yours,

M. A. WATERMAM

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SOME C HEEKY THIEVES.

Mr. II. A. Kramer is being made the
victim of thieves whose cheekiness is
certainly the limit and a little more.
Fie has a furnished house at Weirsdale,
which has been the object of their
depredations. They have gone in not
only at night, but in broad daylight,
carried off such of the furniture as
thehy fancied and thrown the rest on
the floor. They have killed or carried
off most of the chickens and helped
themselves to such of the vegetables
as they wanted. The remonstrances
of a nearby neighbor, who had been
requested to look after the property,
have been treated with contempt. The
parties who it is alleged have be behaved
haved behaved in this high-handed manner have
already had some, trouble with the
courts, and will probably have more,
as Mr. Kramer intends to prosecute
them. If their actions have been cor correctly
rectly correctly reported, they have been guilty
of a serious offense.

CARD FROM MR. CARMICIIAEL.

To My Voter Friends:
I take this method of thanking my
friends for their liberal support in the
last primary. I invite the voters to
investigate my actions in the past as an
officer, and if they find I haven't been
on the job and done my duty by all the
people of Marion, then don't vote for
me. If you are not in favor of hard
roads don't vote for me. If you don't
think I am the right man in the right
place don't vote for me. It has leen
rumored that I would not run in the
next primary, that's' a mistake. I did
say if I did not lead the ticket I would
withdraw in favor of the high man, no
matter which one it might be; but as
I was the fortunate candidate I will
ask for your support.
Very respectfully,
C. (Ed.) Carmichael,
Ocala. Florida.

RETURNED FROM TAMPA.

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FOR SALE Two one-horse wagons
for sale. Apply to 31 North 3rd street
west.

WANTEr-PosItIon by experienced
dry goods and gents' furnishing sales salesman.
man. salesman. First class references. Address,
G. A. B., care general delivery.5 1 3t

FOR RENT rPour room nat; also

cottage of seven rooms, electric llehfs

and bath; near primary school. Mrs.

R. D. Fuller.

Messrs. H. M. Hampton, E. P. Rentz

and J. V. Tarver have returned from a
business trip over the Ocala Northern

railway to Palatka.

FOR RENT Small hotel unfurnish unfurnished,
ed, unfurnished, new and modern; also store in same
building. Opposite Seaboard Air Line
depot in Leesburg. Apply to Box 93,
Leesburg. Fla. 4-25-6t

Mr. Jos. EL Wilson of Starke, the
Remington typewriter man, who has
been making a successful trip over in
Levy county, was at the Ocala House
last night

Can furnish from one setting to
one thousand pure bred Rhode Island
Red eggs for hatching at S10 per
h ndred. Ed Carmichael. Octla.

Rev. B. Warren arrived from Lake
City yesterday afternoon and register registered
ed registered at the Ocala House. He will preach
at thhe Baptist church tomorrow mor morning
ning morning and evening.

Did you know is was becoming
"quite the popular thing" to drive to
Belleview these lovely nights and ?et
some of that good Ice cream? "Get
the habit." "The Oasis."

WANTED By experienced lady

stenographer, position in lawyer's of office.
fice. office. First class references furnished.

Address, J. C. B., care general delivery.

city. 5 1 3t

The following ladies who attended
the state convention of the Daughters
of the Confederacy at Tampa, returned
home this afternoon: Mrs. E. M. How

ard, Mrs. J. R. Moorehead. Mrs. R. Tt.

Carroll and daughter, Merris, Mrs. O. T.

Green and son. Otis.

MONEY LOST.

Lost on the streets this morning, a

folding leather purse, with advertise advertisement
ment advertisement of R. J. Riles. Jacksonvile. print printed
ed printed on same, containing one $10 bill.

Finder will be rewarded by returning
same to this office or to residence of
M. E. Robinson

AN EXCHANGE OF PROPERTY.

Mr. Henry Livingston and his mother

Mrs. J. H. Livingston, Sr., have made a
trade of their residence properties, mu mutually
tually mutually advantageous to both. Mr. Liv

ingston has exchanged with his mother

his two cottages, the one he occupies
and the Baxley cottage, and paid her

the difference in money, for the large
family residence and a portion of the
large lot. Mrs. Livingston does not

need the larger house, and Mr. Living Livingston,
ston, Livingston, with his large family of growing

girls, needs more room than they had in
the cottage.

OCALA'S FIRST RURAL ROUTE.

A petition has been filed, containing
the requisite number of names for a
17 mile R. F. D. route. Postmaster
Huber will send the papers to Washing Washington
ton Washington and the route will probably be es established
tablished established in a short time. It leaves
Ocala, goes out three or four miles on
the Martel hard road, across to the
Dunnellon hard road, thence out the
Shady Grove hard road, and across to
the Pyles road and back to town. Many
farms are along the route and it will
be a great convenience to them.

I1UGGY STOLEN.

Someone stole a black buggy,
with red wheels, and shafts and
leather top, peculiar double spgings
on back, one inside of the other;
no other buggy like it in the coun country.
try. country. Stolen from rear of our store
night of May"2nd. Liberal reward
will be paid for information of the
buggy and arrest of party who
stole it.
e. A Moses & Brother, Ocala, Fla.

Mrs. G. A. Carmichael and grand granddaughter.
daughter. granddaughter. Miss Edna Culverhouse. re returned
turned returned last night from Hot Springs.
Ark., where they have been for the past
six weeks with Mr. Carmichael. Mr
Mr. Carmichael is doing well, so well,
in fact IJiat his physician would not let
him come home, but insisted that he
remain for a few weeks longer, when
he will be fully restored to health. Mrs.
Carmichael says the people here can cannot
not cannot realize the extent of the damage
done by the fearful floods of the Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi river, unless they could see
some of the flooded sections. The loss
in life and property is very great.

Mrs. Mary E. Jackson has bought the
R. B. Bullock cottage, on South Fourth
street, south of Mr. Bullock's residence.
Mrs. Jackson bought the property as
an investment and Mr. Henry Living Livingston
ston Livingston made the trade.

Occident Spring
Wheat Flour
BEST MADE

6 pound bag 35c
12 " 65c

24 4i $1.20
CARN-THOHAS CO.
SUCCESSOR TO BAXTER CARN

Miss Mary Vaughn Shealy. after a
pleasant visit to friends at Crystal Riv River,
er, River, stopped in the city last nisrht. on her
way home to Alexander City. La. While
in Ocala she was the guest of is? Cath Catherine
erine Catherine Strunk.

FOR SALE Horse, bright sorrel,
ten years old. weighs 1400. good for
farm work or buggy. Not afraid of
automobiles. Price, one hundred dol dollars.
lars. dollars. A big bargain. Call or addres.-s,
R. B. Starbuck, 106 Oklawaha ave avenue.
nue. avenue. 4-27-$t

We can supply you wltb pure Ice roi

all Durcoses. whether your require

ments are fur home use or for a car
load. Place your orders with us.
ocala ice and packing co.
ocala, fiorida.

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THIS picture is from an actual photograph of a buricli
of mules bought bv ns in Atlanta, recently. It is a

fair sample of a lot we now have in stock at our stables in
Ocala. This lot of fine mules for Farm, Turpentine or
Mill purposes, is the last carload we are likely to have this

season, so if you need any, come in and get them.

. Remember, we are here always, if stock is not as

represented, our reputation and guarantee stands back of

the sale.

OCALA, TLOMIDA

WEATHER REPORT

Following are the meteorological

conditions that prevailed during the

twenty-four hours up to noon today:

Partly cloudy, southeast wind.
Maximum temperature, 88.
Minimum temperature, 63.
Rainfall, two inches.

WEATHER FORECAST

Jacksonville, May 5. Chowers to

night and Sunday in Central and South
Florida.

PIANO FOR SALE CHEAP

A $450 Hartford piano, new and In

fine shape, for sale at your own price.

Call at Star office.

BOY SCOUTS' MEETING

There will be a meeting of the Boy

Scouts at the Air Dome Monday after

noon, at 5 o'clock, to decide on future

movements of that fine organization.

All members should bi present

A Datent medicine man put up a stand

in South Main street, opposite Ander

son's drug store, this morning, intend

ing to give a show there tonight. The
business men whose stores are on that

already crowded thoroughfare protest

ed, and Marshal Carter made the man

move his stand.

Ernest Mills has given up his posi

tion with the fire department and tak taken
en taken one with the Anti-Monopoly drug

store. His place at the fire station nas

been taken by Robert Thagard.

FOR SALE Eggs from pure English
white and brown penciled wing ducks,
well mated without Inbreeding, and
best egg producers. One dollar for 12.
J. H. McClymonds, 82 South Fourth
street, Ocala, Fla.

Fresh Shrimp, Crabs
and
Fresh and Salt
Water Fish.
Best Merchant's
Lunch tor
35 cents
in the city.
Any season's Delicacy
promptly served.
Heating's Cafe.
Chas. llodoff, Proprietor

FOR RENT Xeat new 5-room cot cottage,
tage, cottage, electric lights, bath, etc Close
in. Possession June 1st- C. E.

Thomas at Cam Thomas Co. Grocery

Store.

An incident worthy of notice in con con-nectlon
nectlon con-nectlon with the Confederate Memo

rial exercises on Friday afternoon oc

curred at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.
H.McCreary, where the children as assembled
sembled assembled preparatory to the march to
the monument near the band stand.
The children had been asked to pro provide
vide provide themselves with flowers, and came
almost burdened with a profusion of
evergreen, etc. But one little boy came
forward bearing a large peacock plume.
"I couldn't find any flowers." he ld.
"but I pulled this feather out of our
pet fowl." It is needless to add that
the little fellow's contribution wa
duly appreciated. Gainesville Sun.

You will And that your dollar has a
surprisingly large purchasing value
here In QUAUTT MEATS fresh, salt
and cured.

Our prices reflect the lowest market

prevailing our meats represent the

choicest and finest obtainable.

Trv this sanitary market let us

show you just how excellently we can
please you. Phone 108.

W. H. MARSH

Phone log New Cltr MartteC

OCALA. FLORIDA.

Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.

V.G. BLANCIIARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER

PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATTOIf
l O. VOX 40 OCALA, FLA.

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OCAIaA

EVUXVSQ STAR, SATCBDAT, MAT 4, lOiSL

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Carrying a watch is of little value unless it keeps
-rfM'time. Every watch should be carefully gone
' over by a practical watch repairer once in every 1 8
.months. Don't spoil your watch a
Drlng it in here today.
A. E. BURNETT,
JEWELER,
OCALA, : : : : : FLORIDA.

1 GAMES 101 ALIKE

To the IllshopM of tbe MetboiliMt Cfaureb.
People Should Deelde on Amue Amue-mrntn
mrntn Amue-mrntn TbemBelve.

Minneapolis, Minn., May 4. "The
American people are too far advanc advanced
ed advanced to be restricted longer by church
rules upon. what their amusements
shall be. The rules prohibiting danc dancing,
ing, dancing, card-playing, gambling, attend attending
ing attending theaters, circuses and horse Taces
should therefore, be abolished."
Such is the gist of the report pre presented
sented presented yesterday to tlje general confer conference
ence conference of the Methodist Episcopal
church by the board of bishops. In

recommending this radical departure
from the general theory of church
rules, the twenty-four active bishops
constituting the board stipulated that

the church should not be indifferent
on, these subjects, but that the people
should be allowed to judge for them themselves
selves themselves as to what is right and what is

wrong" in amusements, having before
them the injunction of John Wesley,
who, while he believed the people

should decide for themsevles a3 to the
right and wrong, stated that they
should be careful and conscientious.

The bishops dealing with gambling

on the turf, and stock market opera

tions, in their report stated that they

could fix no point of difference be

tween the two.

twenty miles, uut luckily the lives of
passengers or crew were not lost. Pos Possibly
sibly Possibly he is the only -resident of Inver Inverness
ness Inverness who was ever caught among the
icebergs on the Atlantic. Inverness
Chronicle.

l rill

( December the times when we had to smoke the mosquitoes

away of an evening? And to brush the flies or simply endure

fiem? flow times have changed! Now we know that these
insects were the means of spreading dangerous diseases, and

prefect onr homes and families by screening them out.

It pays both from the standpoint of comfort and conveni

ence or health.

Our slock of screens and screening permits you to lit any

dcor or window. We handle the best quality, which will last
for years. This means that you can put them up in a lew
cizztes next season, thus saving you the time and trouble of

titEro cew ones as well as the cost of buying.

. nonbont screening off that porch? It will be the most

popular place in the neighborhood. Come in and see how little

it will cost.
IaiRlpint.M Co,
OCALA. FLORIDA.

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ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
r IORETTO. (Near Mandarin) FLORIDA.
Boarding school for boys, conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph
Boys from eight to fourteen years received, and carefully trained c
physical, intellectual, moral and social lines; Healthy location. Ma
niflcent swimming pool. Complete equipment in schoolrooms, dorn
tori, dining hall and recreation rooms.
APPLY FOR PROSPECTUS TO THE SISTER SUPERIOR.
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, LORETTO. FLORIDA.

ESCAPES AS AWFUI FATE.

A thousand tongues could not ex express
press express the gratitude of Mrs. J. E. Cox,

of Joliet. 111., for her wonderful deliv

erance form an awful fate. "Typhoid
pneumonia had left me with a dreadful

cough," she writes. "Sometimes I had.

such awful coughing spells I thought

I would die. I could get no help from

doctor's treatment or other medicines

till I used Dr. King's New Discovery.

But I owe my life to this wonderful
remedy for I scarcely cough at all
now." Quick and safe, its the most re reliable
liable reliable of all throat and lung medicines.
Every bottle guaranteed. 50c and $1.00.
Trial bottle free at Tydings & Co's.

A NOTED DOCTOR SATS,
Everyone should use some little anti antiseptic
septic antiseptic powder in the shoes. Confining
the feet in shoes, is in itself unnatural
and causes a moist or smarting condi condition.
tion. condition. People of refinement now use
daily Allen's Foot Ease, the antiseptic
powder to be shaken into the shoes, and
would as soon go withcut a dentifrice
as without the use of Allen's Foot
Ease. (1)

PAL3IETTO luAXDIXG PICNIC

A big pfenic will be held at Palmetto
Landing on the Oklawaha river three three-quarters
quarters three-quarters of a 'mile southeast from the
residence of Mr. I B. March. Every Everybody
body Everybody Invited to come and bring well
filled baskets. Remember the date.
May 11. TVe expect to have plenty of
fish, cold drinks and other refresh refreshments,
ments, refreshments, to be served on the ground.
Eureka, May 1. J. X. Brinson.

THE DEMONS OF THE SWAMP
are mosquitoes. As they sting they put
deadly malaria germs in the blood.
Then follow the icy chills and the fires
of fever. The appetite flies and the
strength falls; also malaria often
paves the way for deadly typhoid. But
Electric Bitters kill and cast out the
malaria germs 'from the blood; give
j'ou a fine appetite and renew your
strength. "After long suffering,"
wrote Wm." Fretwell, of Lucama, N. C,
"three bottles drove all the malaria
from my system, and I've had good
health ever since." Best for all stom stomach,
ach, stomach, liver and kidney ills. 50 cts. at
Tydings & Co's.

WM. T. KICE.

TOOK A TOWN FROM THE TURKS

Italians Won a Rattle and Severely
Pushed Their Enemies.
Paris, France, May 4. General
Riesili, commanding the Italian forces
in the western part of Tropoli, has,
according to information obtained
from Italian sources, attacked and
captured the Turkish positions at
Lebda,
The report states that General Reisill
won these positions only after a hard
battle, in which the Turks resisted
fiercely, retiring after they had Host
300 men killed and more than double
that number wounded. Eight Italians
were killed and fifty-seven wounded.

THE DEADLY DELAY

Those who put oft using Hall's Tex Texas
as Texas Wonder for their kidney, bladder
and rheumatic trouble make a aeadly
delay, $1 bottle gives quick and per permanent
manent permanent relief. Write for testimonials,
Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street, St.
Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists.

The many friends of Mr. Winston,
the contractor, will regret to learn
that he will go Eustis next week,
which point he will make headquarters
hereafter. Inverness will miss Mr.
Winston and his estimable wife, and
many hope they will soon return. He
is a prominent contractor, and nearly
all the very best brick buildings in
our town were estimated and construc constructed
ted constructed by him. Mrs. Winston is an ex exceedingly
ceedingly exceedingly popular woman, who has
none but admirers here, and all will re regret
gret regret their departure. The Chronicle
heartily commends them to the good
people of Eustis, both from a business
and sociaK standpoint, and congratu congratulate
late congratulate that city upon the addition to her
citizenship of such a popular and de deserving
serving deserving couple. Inverness Chronicle.

Is there anything in all this world
that is of more importance to you than
good digestion? Food must be eaten
to sustain life and must be digested
and converted into blood. When the
digestion fails the whole body suffers.
Chamberlain's Tablets are a rational
and reliable cure for indigestion. They
increase the flow of bile, purify the
blood, strengthen the stomach, and
tone up the whole digestive apparatus
to a natural and healthy action For
sale by all de.ile'?

AUTO REPAIRS
OF ALL KINDS
Are at our fingers ends. There is no
make of car with which we are not fa familiar.
miliar. familiar. There Is no facility lacking
here that will insure speedier and
better work. Send us your machine
when it needs attention. It will get

; As the tabulated returns published
elsewhere will show, Sheriff Carter
carried every precinct in the county
at the primary election Tuesday. Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday morning he came up town and
discovered a man sitting on a sidewalk,
and a basket of eggs sitting on the
ground before him. The man had evi evidently
dently evidently Jeen in Dunnellon all night, for
in a maudlin manner he kept repeat repeating
ing repeating in a loud tone of voice: "I ain't
going to carry 'em," The officer fin finally
ally finally asked him why, and he said:
"Well, you've carried everything in
(hie) Citrus county, now you carry
those eggs (hie) yourself." George
went back to the jail, but carried
neither man nor eggs with his. In Inverness
verness Inverness Chronicle.

Wm. T. Rice died at Ocala on Satur Saturday
day Saturday of pelllagra, and his body was
brought to Bronson and interred Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning by the side of his broth brother,
er, brother, who preceded him to the grave by
just six days.
Deceased was born October, 1866, in
Alabama. He was a farmer, and came
to Bronson last fall with his brother

to put in a tomato crop. The prospect
was good, when Will was taken sick

and went to Ocala where he was' oper operated.
ated. operated. on for appendicitis, later develop

ing pellagra.

The two brothers were devoted to

each other in life and death separated

tern only six days. Bronson Times-

Democrat.

HELP A Jl'DGE IV HAD FIX.
Justice Eli Cherry, of Gillis Mills.

Tenn., was plainly worried. A bad sore

on his leg had baffled several doctors
and long resisted all remedies "I
thought it was a cancer," he, wrote.
"At last I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve,
and was completely cured." Cures
burns, boils, ulcers, cuts, bruises and
piles. 25 cents at Tydings & Co's.

COWS TAKEN UP

Taken up at my place, Cornell, Fla,,
the following estray stock: One dun
colored cow, with red heifer calf.. Cow
marked with crop and two splits in
right ear, swallow fork and under bit
in the other ear. No brand; neither
has calf brand or mark. One brindle
cow and calf, cow marked crop and
saw set in one ear, bullet liole in other,
no brand. Owner can have the stock
by calling for same, paying for feed
and for this advertisement.
Tom Hampton.
Cornell, Fla., April 18, 1912.

PILES CURED AT HOME
BY NEW ABSORPTION METHOD

If you suffer from bleeding, Itching,
blind or protruding- piles, send me your
address, and I will tell you how to
cure yourself at home by the new ab absorption
sorption absorption treatment; and will also send
some of this home treatment free for
trial, with references from your own
locality If re quested. Immediate relief
and permanent cure assured. Send no
money but tell others of this offer.
Write today to Mrs. M. Summers, Box
P, South Bend, Ind. 22

BIDS WANTED

Notice is hereby given that the
board of county commissioners 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.

WHAT TEXAN S ADMIRE
is hearty, vigorous life, according to
Hugh Tallman, of San Antonio. "We
find," he writes, "that Dr. King's New
Life Pills surely put new life and ener energy
gy energy into a person. Wife and I believe
they are the best made." Excellent
for stomach, liver or kidney troubles.
2. cents at Tydings & Cos..

A child can't get strong and robust
while intestinal worms eat away it3
vitality. To give the child a chance to
grow these parasites must be destroy destroyed
ed destroyed and expelled. -WHITFS CREAM
VERMIFUGE is guaranteed to remove
the worms; It also puts the vital or organs
gans organs in healthy, vigorous condition.
Price 25c per bottle. Sold by all drug druggists.

Williston people have been shipping
cukes for the past ten days, but a
blight has struck the vines that
threatens to cut the crop short, unless
a remedy can be immediately found.
Bronson Times-Democrat

A. A. Stephens, who has been' in
Ocala for some time, returned to In Inverness
verness Inverness Saturday. Inverness Chronicle.

There is a man'' in Hiltonla, Ga.,
whose release from pain and suffering
is due to Foley Kidney Pills. He re recommends
commends recommends them: "I suffered with
kidney trouble recently and had awful
pains in my back. I got a bottle of
Foley .Kidney Pills and after taking
them I am entirely cured and cheerful cheerfully
ly cheerfully recommend them to all." Sold by
the Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.

Don't you think when you go to have
your pictures made that you'd better
go to a studio that will give you the
best work? Certainly. Then come to
to the. Ocala Photo Co.

Mrs. J. H. Tinley, Waynesboro, Ga.,
suffered for years with rheumatism
and kidney and bladder trouble. "I
have taken several different kinds of
medicine but got no relief until I took

Foley Kidney Pills, which have cured
me. I think them the best remedy
ifor kidney and bladder trouble and for
j rheumatism." Sold at The Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store.

just the kind it needs here.

MoFMa Aoto Sales Co.

North of Government Building

Ocala. Fla.

S. Bird, of this place, many years
ago was caught among the ice floes
tn the Atlantic during the' month of
July, and therefore knows the perils
of ships like the Titanic. Mr. Bird
reads everything he can get pertaining
to the disaster, and his explanations and
illustrations of the immense floes are
exceedingly interesting. During his
trip he was compelled to don every
particle of clothing he could in order
to keep warm, although July weather
doesn't often necessitate the wearing of
heavy underclothes and overcoats.
Upon that occasion Mr. Bird says the
icebergs cotinued for upwards of

For soreness of the muscles whether
induced by violent exercise or injury,
Chamberlain's Liniment is excellent.
This liniment is also highly esteemed
for the relief it affords in case? of
rheumatism. Sold by all dealers.

Are you interested in paper bag
cooking? If so come to us for your
supply of the bags. 25c the ptckage.
Post Office Drug Store.

Now is the time to get rid of your
rheumatism. You will find Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Liniment wonderfully effective.
One application will convince you of
its merit?. Try it. For sale by all
dealers.

After you have had a row and life
laoks mighty blue, send her a box of
.Vorris candy and she'll again love
you. Get it at the Court Pharmacy.

IT ii -J

(IT MAY NEVER COME) fjj

CBlI

but start today buying a HOME OF YOUR OTOL
No money; you say ? -Nev
we will loan you the
money at 5 per cent and you can pay us back
jxist as yoii now are pay you will
feel more like padng btit your m in this
mariner because every penny of
it is going towards paying for this home of your
own. .- ;;
On a Thousand Dollar loan, the payments if
equated would amount to $10.48 per month and
this amount covers both PRINCIPAL AND IN INTEREST.
TEREST. INTEREST. With a saving of 35 cents a day you can pay
back a Thousand Dollar loan.
Why pay rent? Why pay a much higher rate
of interest on a note or mortgage elsewhere?
Get yourself put of the rent paying class into
the property owner class. Be independent.
Our literature explains the plan fully, it is
free for the asking, write TO-DAY.
. .... ."
THE GUARANTEE & IMBI fc.

Incorporated under the Slate Laws ol Florida. -Home
Office Third Floor Carry Building. Phone 982.

TAMPA,

J. 31. MEFFERT, President.
J. K. CHRISTIAN, Vice President

W. D. CARN, Sec'y and Manager.
J. H. TAYLOR,' Treasurer.

OCALA FERTILIZER COMPANY

MANUFACTURERS OF

We Manufacture a Superior Fertil Fertilizer
izer Fertilizer for
WATERMELONS CANTALOUPES
TOMATOES STRAWBERRIES
COTTON FLOWERS
BEANS CORN CANE
POTATOES . TURNIPS
..LAWNS, SHRUBBERY, ETC.
ORANGE TREES GRAPE VINES

'Superior"
Fertilizers

. WE SELL ALL
FERTILIZER MATERIALS
AT LOWEST PRICES

A SUMMER. IX THE
WHITE MOUNTAINS

Stlnson 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 outing
ing outing to an entire family. For booklet
or other particulars call upon or ad address,
dress, address, J. E. Klock, Manager,
22 Oklawaha Ave., city.

OPEX ALL NIGHT

The Merchant's Cafe is now open
night and day. Never closed. You can
get just what you want to eat, cooked
as you like it, at moderate prices. Fish
and oysters a specialty.
J. R. Dewey, Proprietor.

TYPE FOR BABBIT METAL

The Star office has for sale a limit limited
ed limited quantity of old type, which is one
of the finest metals for babbit in the
market. The price is 10 cents a pound.

NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the reg regular
ular regular annual election of city officers
will take place Tuesday night; May
7th, 1912. Applications for the differ different
ent different positions wil be filed on or before
the said date with the undersigned.
H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.

STORK FOR RENT

The new and handsome store room,
roomy and modVrn plate glass front.
Possession at once, and can be fitted
up according to needs of tenant. Ap Ap-pl.T
pl.T Ap-pl.T to Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.

WATCH LOST

Lost in courthouse April 30th, an
open face, gold case watch, Elgin
movementmovement No. 3443; case No.
1661841. A reward will be paid for its
return to this ofSce.
J. M. Howell, a popular druggist of
Greensburg, Ky., says, "We use Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Cough fiemedy in our own
household and know it is excellent."
Far sale by all dealers.

TO POULTRY KEEPERS

When vour food does not diarest well Only hve cocKerels ieit wnicn win

and vou feel "blue," tired and diseour-ibe sold cheap to quick buyers. They

awed, you should use a little IIEIiBINE

at bedtime. It opens the bowels, puri purifies
fies purifies the system and restores a fine feel feeling
ing feeling of health an! energy. Price ZQc.
Soly by all druggists.

-1 T

are large, vigorous ana inorougiiweu
Rhode Island Reds. Q. E. Peacock.
Call at Star ofnee.

tfiek headache results from a dih dih-ordered
ordered dih-ordered condition of the stomach, and

TAKEN T'P A bav colt. Owner can I can be cured tty tne ue oi tnaraaer-

have same by identifying the animal, j Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Try
and paying expenses. Mrs. I. M. Smith, lit. For sale by all dealers.

ANNOUNCEMENT
Effective May 1st and Continuing Until November 1st
TmfmnrTl TOTm-rwn

y7 HliLiVUiCiJVUy'li iiiLMJLiU
Jacksonville, Florida
WILL BE OPERATED ON THE
EUROPEAN PLAN, (Exclusively)
Finest Cafe in the State in Connection
SUMMER RATES
Rooms Without Bath; $1.00 per Day and Up
Rooms With Bath - $2.00 per Day and Up
T. M. WILSON, Proprietor and Manafler

4 TRAINS TO THE WEST 4
flTLRTO CORST LIE

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" South Atlantic limited,"
" Montgomery Route."
rhrough Pullman Cars to-. -'Chicago,. St.
Louis, Cincinnati, Indianapolis,
Louisville, Nashville, Atlanta
. and Birmingham to
Jacksonville.
OimiLinigi Can Scrviico
For information, or reservation, call on.
M. R. WILLIAMS, Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla.
Y. R. BEAZIEY, F. P. A., J. G. KIimLAND, D. P. A
TAMPA, FLORIDA.

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