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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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OCALA

EVENING

STAR

FURNITURE
FURNISHINGS
3,
For All of the Homes
AT RIGHT PRICES
Theus-Zachry Co.
VOL. 19.
OCALA. FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1912.
NO. 1G2.
THE FURNITURE UB3f
PRESIDENT SENDS

THEDS-ZACHRY CO.

SECOND II

ESSAGEf
- A

Dealing With Fiscal, Judicial,
Militaiy and Insular Affairs,
HIGH OFFICE FOR GOETHALS.
w
Increasing Naval Constuction Strong Strong-ly
ly Strong-ly Urged and Army." Reorganization
Commended Wags Earners and
Farmers, as Well. as Bankers, Should
Advise as to Currency System.
Semliris a second message to con congress
gress congress on fiscal, judicial, military and
insular affairs. President Taft explains
that, as ttie message of Dec. 3 was
confined to foreign relations and as a
full discussion of all the transactions
of the government requires more space
than one message of reasonable length
affords, "I have therefore adopted the
course of sending three or four mes messages
sages messages during the first ten days of the
session so as to Include reference to
more important matters that should
le brought to the attention of con congress."
gress." congress." The president finds the country in a
period of successful business, with a
year of bumper crops. For the last
three years the government has saved
much by sensible economy. He finds
the crying need of the country Is a
proper banking and currency system
and says that customs duties should
be revised downward. He strongly
urges congress to make the necessary
appropriation for strengthening our
foreign iossessins at the earliest pos pos-wible
wible pos-wible day. In recognition of his work
on the Panama canal President Taft
recommends the promotion of Colonel
Joethnls to the rank of major general
The president says reduced expendi expenditures
tures expenditures In the navy mean reduced mili military
tary military strength and deems that the In Increase
crease Increase sh.MiM be at least two battle battle-whips
whips battle-whips a year and battle cruisers, gun gunboats
boats gunboats and torp'do destroyers and sub submarines
marines submarines In pr ;er proportion.
He commends the calm, orderly way
in which the trusts are being proceed proceeded
ed proceeded against :.i;d says a steady, consist consistent
ent consistent course, without any radical legis legislation
lation legislation ch: nging the present govern governmental
mental governmental policies. Is going to offer a so
lut ion to t tie problem. The country's
business first engages the president's
attention.
Business Conditions.
The condition of the country with
reference to business could hardly be
better. While the four years of the
administration now drawing to a close
have not developed great speculative
expansion or a wide field of new in investment,
vestment, investment, the recovery and progress
made from the depressing conditions
following the panic of 1007 have been
steady, and the improvement has been
clear and ea.-ily traced in the statis statistics.
tics. statistics. The business of the country Is
now on a solid basis. Credits are not
unduly exuded, and every phase of
the situation t eems In a state of pre preparedness
paredness preparedness for a period of unexampled
prosperity.
Manufacturing concerns are run running
ning running at their full capacity, and the
demand for labor was never so con constant
stant constant and growing. The foreign trade
of the country for this year will ex exceed
ceed exceed $4,000,000,000, while the balance
In our favor that of the excess of ex exports
ports exports over imports will exceed $500, $500,-000.000.
000.000. $500,-000.000. It Is a year of bumper crops. The
total money value of farm products
will exceed $0..r00,000,000. It Is a year
when the bushel or unit price of agri agricultural
cultural agricultural products has gradually fallen,
and yet the total value of the entire
crop is greater by over $1,000,000,000
than we have known in our history.
Condition of the Treasury.
The condition of the treasury Is very
satisfactory. The total Interest bear bearing
ing bearing debt is $003,777,770. of which $131. $131.-031,980
031,980 $131.-031,980 constitutes the Panama canal
loan. The nonlnterest bearing debt is
$37S.r.01,2Sl.'.H. Including $31d,GS1.01G
of greenbacks. We have in the treas treasury
ury treasury $130,000,000 in gold coin as a re reserve
serve reserve against the outstanding green greenbacks;
backs; greenbacks; and in addition we have a cash
balance in the treasury as a general
fund of $107,152,478.00. or an increase
of $20,073,552 over the general fund
last year.
Receipts and Expenditures.
For three years the expenditures of
the government have decreased unler
the influence of an effort to economize.
This year presents an apparent excep exception.
tion. exception. The estimate by the secretary of
the treasury of the ordinary receipts,
exclusive of ostal revenues, for the

year eudlng June 30. 1014. indicates
that they will amount to $710,000,000.
The sum of the estimates of the ex expenditures
penditures expenditures for that same year, exclu exclusive
sive exclusive of Panama canal disbursements
and postal disbursements payable from
postal revenues, 'is $732,000,000. Indi Indicating
cating Indicating a deficit of $22,000,000.
For the year ending June 30. 1913.
similarly estimated receipts were $007, $007,-000.000.
000.000. $007,-000.000. while the total corresponding
estimate of expenditures for that year,
submitted rough the secretary of the
treasury to congress, amounted to
$030,000,000. This shows an increase
of $70,000,000 in the estimates for 1014
over the total estimates of 1913.
Banking and Currency System.
A time when panics seem far remov removed
ed removed is the best time for us to prepare
our financial system to withstand a
Btorin. The most crying need this
country has is a proper banking and
currency system. The existing one is
(Continued on Third Par)

1

HIWESTMEOT

Worth Reading

GOOD advice on investment is
rare. Disinterested advice is still
rarer. The men here quoted are
competent to judge and ( upon this
subject at least their opinions are
unbiased.
There is no Company, no mat matter
ter matter how powerful, but would have
been glad to have had them on its
Board of Directors. The officers of
such a Company would have believ believed,
ed, believed, and rightly, that the unanimous
advice of these financiers and
statesmen should be followed. In Investors,
vestors, Investors, who have, perhaps uncon unconsciously,
sciously, unconsciously, followed their advice and
bought good real estate in the. fast
growing United States have profited
to the extent of many millions of
dollars.

JAMES J. HILL
"The people of the United States need to get
back to nature. We want to pay more atten attention
tion attention to the ground and less to Wall Street."

ANDREW CARNEGIE
uFew large fortunes can now be made except
from one source the rise in the value of real
estate. The wise man of today invests his
money in Suburban Real Estate."

THEODORE ROOSEVELT
uEvery person who invests in well selected
real estate in a growing section of a prosperous
community, adopts the surest and safest meth method
od method of becoming independent, for real estate is
the basis of all wealth."

WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN
"Real estate is the best investment for small
savings. More money is made from the rise in
real estate values than all other causes combined."

EX -PRESIDENT CLEVELAND
"No investment on earth is so safe, so sure,
so certain to enrich its owners as undeveloped
realty. There is no such savings bank
anywhere."

and Accepffiif

IN

SUNSHINE CIITY

IF IE
SUNSHINE CITY
blessed with much less of this
to purchase St. Petersburg
on their part, grown in value until now

True the prices at this time were low, very low, but equally true is it that the
prospects were problematical.
THE SAME OPPORTUNITY EXISTS TODAY AS EXISTED AT THAT TIME, AND TOE
PROSPECTS ARE ASSURED, NO QUESTION ABOUT THE PROGRESS AND GROWTH

OF THE CITY AND NATURALLY TflE INCREASE IN REALTY VALUES FOLLOW.

In most parallel cases, and they are happening all over the country, those that
do not get in on the ground floor are required to invest more money, but in this
instance even that requirement is eliminated.
FdDEEST PAMM
The grandest SUB yet offered near this city, one that appeals to all who take the
trouble to investigate. A "Make Good, proposition from every standpoint, otters the
opportunity to invest, requires little money, easy payments, AND WILL INEVITABLY IN INCREASE
CREASE INCREASE IN VALUE IN THE SAME DEGREE AS ST. PETERSBURG DEVELOPS. FOREST
PARK is superbly located, only three miles from the postofficc, many improvements that
will add materially to the value and desirability of the property will be carried in com completion
pletion completion by the company. Fourth street will be paved directly through this property and
to the city, and while we do not definitely promise it, and have not taken it into consid consideration
eration consideration in making the prices of lots in FOREST PARK we have every reason to believe
that the next suburban street car line built will be to this subdivision.
PRICES AND TEIRIMS
It is our dceire, snd fudging from the many sales tbat we have made, it will be
realized, to sell every lot in this select properly by January the first. For the purpose
of making a quick clean up on this property, we made the prices and terms so that any
one can invest without cramping their finances or straining their incomes, no matter
how modest.
LOTS $65.00
Terms $5.00 cash and $5.00 per month until purchase price is paid in.
Warranty Deed delivered immediately upon receipt of last payment.
14 Model 40 BUICK $1,750.00 Automobiles
To be given away. Send in the coupon below with your first payment on one or
more lots in Forest Park. Ask for additional information.

TEAR
Robert J. W. Taylor Co.,
Central National
Enclosed please find
as first payment on
lots in Forest Park.
Name
Address

IT J. 11 OTlll C6

320 322 Central
Saint Petersburg, Florida.

ED IT MOW

PAW

THE
IN THE
( ST. PETERSBURG )

world's goods, but they had the foresight

Real Estate, which has, with but little effort

they represent very comfortable fortunes.

OFF HERE
Hank Building,
Saint Petersburg, Florida.
$
pniomnr
UVUU InlUU
National Bank Building

" The Sunshine City.

99



OCALA EVENING STAR

Hittinger & Carroll Proprietors.
It. 1L Carroll, Uuslness Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In the postoffice at Ocala.
Fla., as second class mall matter
Oreece has signed the general armis armistice,
tice, armistice, thus terminating hostilities in
the Turko-Balkan war, according to a
dispatch from Constantinople. French
diplomats claim the credit of swinsins?
Greece into Un
An annual congressional appropria appropriation
tion appropriation of at least $50,000,000 for water waterway
way waterway Improvement was recommended in
a resolution adopted Friday at the
closing session of the ninth annual
convention of the National Rivers and
Harbors Congress In "Washington.
The Tampa papers approve the
policy of the city government in try trying1
ing1 trying1 to stop Indecent vaudeville shows
on Sunday evenings. Why not prohibit
them on all the evenings in the week.
The Star hasn't noticed that people
were more susceptible to indecency on
Sunday than any other day.
Gainesville has secured a thru packet
service over the Tampa and Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and connections to Atlanta, which
will bring freight In 48 hours less time
than usual. The southern terminus of
the Tampa and Jacksonville is only a
dozen miles from Ocala and some
hustling by our business men would
bring Its rails Into our city.
HECORD CORX YIELD
REPORTED FROM HOC 111,1,1. E
Seventy-nine bushels of corn to the
acre. That Is the record of Curtis IS.
and "William P. Prince, sons of S. D.
Prince of Rochelle, a few miles west
of Palatka in Alachua county. The
Prince boys were members of the
Alachua County Roys' Corn Club, the
prize products of which were placed
on exhibition at the court house in
Gainesville last Saturday. A yield of
79 bushels to the acre Is more -than
three times the average for the state,
but these boys adopted the methods
employed by the United States agri agricultural
cultural agricultural department. Palatka News.
IT WAS A GOOD FAIR
The Marlon County fair was a suc success
cess success In every particular, and many
attended from this section. All unite
In praises of the management for the
admirable manner in which the pro program
gram program was carried out. Inverness
Chronicle.
MARTIN VAN niHEV VAN NESS
M. V. I?. Van Ness died suddenly at
the home of his daughter, Mrs. Croft,
near Hernando, Friday morning, Nov.
29. 1912. He leaves a wife and seven
children to mourn their loss. Tliree
of the children live In Missouri and the
other four In Florida. He was born
August 27, 1835, in Chatham, N. Y., and
was married to Annie Lenthal Ellis in
1855 at West Point, Miss. He moved
to Florida in 1881, where he resided up
to the time of his death. Deceased
represented Citrus county In the legis legislature
lature legislature In the 90's and was otherwise
Identified with the upbu'lding of our
county and state. It seems that on
Friday he walked from the home of
his son Elmer to the home of his
daughter, Mrs. Croft, and complaining
that he felt dizzy, was helped to a bed.
but died before he laid down. His de demise
mise demise was a severe shock to this com community,
munity, community, for no one stood higher in the
estimation of the people than he. Not Notwithstanding
withstanding Notwithstanding reverses he accumulated
a considerable property and raised a
family of whom he was Justly proud.
Besides his widow the following named
children survive him: Mrs. R. E. Tan Tan-nehlll.
nehlll. Tan-nehlll. J. S. Van Ness. R. L. Van Ness.
Mrs. A. L. Croft, Mrs. S. R. Chappell,
M, M. Van Ness and R. E. Van Ness.
Inverness Chronicle.
OSCAR AV. RICE
After an Illness of several weeks.
Mr. Oscar W. Rice, proprietor of the
Rice House, died at his home on Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Dec. 1. Mr. Rice had been a res resident
ident resident of Brooksville for more than
twenty years, having come here from
Michigan. Brooksville Star.
The Misses Mae Orton. Lila GrifTeth
and Esther Malusky went to Ocala on
"Wednesday last to be the guests of
their friend. Miss Campbell. Mount
Dora item in Eustis Lake Region.
Mr. J. A. Griffin, cashier of the Ex Exchange
change Exchange National Bank of Tampa, and
receiver of the Bank of Tampa, 'was
here Monday attending the sale of a
large tract of land as part of the as assets
sets assets of the defunct bank. Braden Braden-town
town Braden-town Journal.
Mr. George A. Nash, a former Bra Bra-dentown
dentown Bra-dentown business man, associated with
Mayor Wallace in the dry goods busi business,
ness, business, was in the city Monday from
Ocala. He expressed great surprise
at the growth of P.radentown. and
with a little insistence on our part,
we believe he would have agreed with
the Journal that Bradentown is the
biggest little town in Florida. Bra Bradentown
dentown Bradentown Journal.
Miss Vi LeFils and her sister, Mrs.
Frank N. Charles and baby, will leave
tomorrow night for Atlanta. Mrs.
Charles will remain with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. William LeFils until aft after
er after Christmas, and will be Joined by Mr.
Charles for the holidays. Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. N. I. Gottlieb, state organizer of the
Fraternal Union of America, is in town
for the purpose of organizing a branch
of this order. Starke Telegraph.
Senator and Mrs. Igou were called to
Ocala Wednesday by the death of the
little son of Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Igou.
The little fellow passed away at 6 p.
m., when his condition gave hope of
steady improvement and final recov recovery.
ery. recovery. Eustis Lake Region.
W. H. Larrimore for many years a
resident of the Oklawaha section, but
who in recent years has ben a resi resident
dent resident of Kansas, has returned to Flor Florida
ida Florida and will make his winter home In
Palatka. Palatka News.
A Burbank man recently shipped a
carload of sweet potatoes to Chicago
and is happy over the fact that they
netted him 40 cents a bushel. Some
one should have told him that he could
have doubled his money by selling
them in Florida. Palatka News.
FLAT FOR RENT
The lower floor of flat on Oklawaha
avenue for rent. All modern conven conveniences.
iences. conveniences. Apply to Star office or Mrs.
B. D. Blackburn. 12-

MfTKIl m omi:iv
at tiii: ti:mimi: tomtit

"The Ap.i. he Ren-il".'" An ex itin
western picture.
"Weary Willie in Purr.;.k:nvill.-." A
comedy and a .'Me--. Utter.
"A Ilitt'-r I'ardon." A beautiful
story :?ranl nigral.
Orehe-tra music.
OKI, VII IIIVKIt
m iy i:rrHMo
Orala N"orth rn l-avc-.- H a. m. City
of Oral.i clt-ar.- Silver .Springs nt ?:30.
A trip to th- Orange rove.
(Ad.) A. A. Graham.
TIIK IHM ;il TICIAL
According to news received from
Inverness today, a jury has been se secured
cured secured in the flousrh case, and the
state's witnesses are beinc: heard.
There is not much chance of the trial
ending before next Tuesday or Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. Most people acquainted -.vith
the case expect a mistrial or acquit acquittal
tal acquittal on the grounds of insanity. Some
Iake county people say that a lunacy
commission was appointed to inquire
into Hough's sanity some days before
the tragedy happened, and if the peo peo-nle
nle peo-nle of the Clermont neighborhood had
done their duty. Hough would have
been sent to Chattahoochee in time to
prevent the murd.r.
VOTI; PLACES
The following points in. the different
wards have been designated as voting
places in the city election to be held
Tuesday, December 10.
First ward, I. D. Robertson's auto automobile
mobile automobile garage.
Second ward, city hall.
Third ward, Jerry Burnett's tailor
shop.
Fourth ward, the bottling works.
lllItSON FASHIONED HOSE
We have just received a new line o
the celebrated Burson fashioned hose.
In 23c, 30e. and COc. grades, for ladies
only. This is the only hose that is
knit to fit, without a seam narrowed
ankles, shaped feet, widened legs no
seam at the toe. They are extra elastic
and the best hose value on the market.
(Ad.) Little's Shoe Parlor.
IF ICII Iffi
-We are pleased to announce that we
have secured the services of Miss
Frieda Bandrimer. who lias been em employed
ployed employed as a special fitter in the ladies'
suit department of Cohen Bros, of
Jacksonville for a number of years and
who will be pleased to meet the ladies
of Ocala and tj show them our up
date stock of dresses and coat suits
of which we have just received a new new-shipment.
shipment. new-shipment. Call and meet Miss Frieda
at our store. M. Fishel .Si Son.
SEEDs, NEW CiiOP
Garden, field and flower seed. Just
received. For sale by Wm. Anderson,
druggist and seedsman, Ocala. Ad.
OK SALT?
FOR SALE Box ball alley, tent and
all accessories. This outfit is almost
new and cost $450, but we offer it for
$150 spot cash. The Success Furniture
Co. 11-1
OPEN DAY AXD NIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches Tt
any hour. Ad.
VK WILL MA IT. TO U SI
for each set of old False Teeth sent us.
Highest prices paid for old Gold, Sil Silver,
ver, Silver, old Watches, Broken Jewelry and
Precious Stones. Money sent by return
mail.
Pblla. Smelling & IteFlnlng Company
ESTABLISHED '20 YEARS
N;;i Chentnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
TO DENTISTS
We will buy your Gold Fillings.
Gold Scrap and platinum. Highest
pricas paid. Ad.
FOR SALE At a bargain, one 30 30-horsepower,
horsepower, 30-horsepower, 5-passenger touring car;
1912 model, only been used a short
time; as good as new. Apply box 597,
Ocala, Fla. ll-27-d6t wit
Stop coughing by using Cherry Bark
Cough Syrup. Sold only at the Rexall
Stores. Ad.
If you want to subscribe for a mag magazine,
azine, magazine, a single magazine or a club, for
yourself or a Chr'stmas present for a
friend, please do so through Miss Alice
Campbell, 47 South Third street. Phone
198.
FRESH SEEDS
We have the new crop ot garden and
field seeds for fall and winter planting.
Among them are turnips, rutabagas,
onions, cabbage, lettuce, beans, etc
The seed are the most reliable, the
freshest and best that can be had. Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings & Company. Ad.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given the public,
that, beginning with Dec. 1st. 1912,
we, the undersigned, have each adopt adopted
ed adopted and expect to maintain a strictly
cash business, and positively no ex exceptions
ceptions exceptions will be made to this rule.
A deposit of one-half must also be
made on all orders at time of sitting,
and no proofs will be shown until such
deposit has been made.
Signed: Mills Studio.
II. Parker Wilcox.
Ocala Photo Co.
OLLIE MOKDIS' MARKET OVh.S
The market formerly Known as the
Ollle Mordis' Is now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated riht.
Yours respectfully.
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS.
Dealer in Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia
FOR SALE
I am now offering some of the most
valuable lots in the northern part of
the city. If interested call on W. H.
McConn at Converse's planing mill. I
also have other valuable lands at
Sparr going very reasonable.
For quicK siarns paratea while you
wait, see the Dodge Sign and Decorat Decorating
ing Decorating Co.- I?ave orders same old
stand. Ad.
FIRE WOOD
I have opened a wood yard near Dr.
Boney's residence, where I have a
large stock of fireplace and stove wood
in pine and oak. all of which is well j
seasoned. One dollar for a big load. I
delivered promptly to any part of the j
citr.
I also operate a hack service. Phone
your orders for a first class carriage
with white drivers. Phone 456.
J. A. ilANNINQ.

AT TIIK CHUKCHI-: TOMORROW

Methodist
Rev. J. It. Ley. Pa-tor.
At 11 o'clock the ;,astor. Rev. J. B.
Ley. will sjik on "Chri-ti ,in Opti Optimism."
mism." Optimism." other service-? of the 'Jay as
u-ual. Good nrj.-ic an 1 a cardial wel welcome.
come. welcome. Kpl4opal
T:.e Rev. Jam- G Gl.i-s .-f Ar.nis Ar.nis-ton.
ton. Ar.nis-ton. Alt., will hold services at Grace
Episcopal church tomorrow. There will
be an e:trly cel. i ration ; the holy
communion at 1 .';) m.
Sunday s.-'iool at ;:I5 a. m. and
morning prayer with sermon at 11 a.
m. There will be no evening service.
Tile public is cordially invited.
Presbyterian
(Pastor. Rev. V.". H. Dodge. D. D.)
it;4j a. m. Sunday School
11 a. m. Sermon.
3 p. m. The Junior Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. 7 j. in. Sermon.
A cordial invitation extended to the
public.
-
Baptist
Banyan Stephens, Pastor
9:20 a. m. Sunday school.
IT a. m. Preaching service
3:30 p. m. Junior Union.
6:1" p. m. Senior Union.
7:30 p. m. Preaching service.
A hearty welcome to all.
Christian
(W. II. Coleman, Minister.)
10 a. m. Sunday School.
1 1 a. m. C. W. B. M. symposium.
3 p. m. Junior C. E.
7 p. rn. Sermon.
Subject, "How Is God in the World."
Everybody welcome.
Junior C. E. Program
Topic. "Why Work in India."
Text. Rom. 10:12-13.
Led by Elizabeth Wetherbee.
Song.
Prayer.
Bible lesson read by leader.
Chalk talk James Chace.
Lesson story Clarence Christie.
Mission study Mrs. Thompson.
Roll call.
Treasurer's report.
Report of lookout committee.
Report of birthday committee.
Report of other committees.
Collection of dues.
Mizpah.
STORE FOR RENT
i
A well located store in the Ocala
House block for rent. Possession Im Immediately.
mediately. Immediately. Apply to R. T. Adams.
Ocala House. Ad.
Take Digestlt for indigestion ana
wear a smile. At Court Pharmacy. Ad.
Cabbage, collard, -ttuce and onion
plants for sale at the Ocala Seed
Store. Ad.
The Candy of Character
On the Character of Candy
deiiends its fitness (or
gift making.
IVo Candy is so well fitted
and graciously accepted as
T. W. TROXLER
24 Main Street
SALES AGENT
for
JfJUYLEMg

(CLEAN ALL)
THE FOLLOWING PRODUCTS OF THE KLE-NOL CO. OF MONT MONTGOMERY,
GOMERY, MONTGOMERY, ALA., ARE NOW ON SALE IN OCALA
Kle-Nol Scouring Powder
Kle-Nol Scouring Brick
Kle-Nol Laundry Soap
Kle-Nol Mechanics Soap
Kle-Nol Pink Carnation Toilet Soap
The products of the Klc-Xol Co., arc Southern made
and have proven superior to all others.
A number of prominent citizens o; Ocala aie inter interested
ested interested in the Kle-Nol Co.. as stockholders, which
alone is a good reason why you should.
Include in your next order to your gro er or drut:git
one or more of the above.

HOTEL CHURCHILL
BROADWAY AND 14th ST.
Union Square
NEW YORK
Clean, Comfortable. Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, no
the American and European Plans.
merman rian. $2 per day and up. European Plan. $1.00 pr day and up
Special W eekly Rates.
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Hymn.
Scripture reading Miss Mamie Tay-
kj.
Hymn.
Purer, "Some Things the C. W. B. M.
is Doing" Mrs. Coleman.
Bea-Lr.-'. 'Give Ye The to Eat" Mrs.
Wetherbee.
Acrostic Six children.
Paper, "Foreign Work on Pacific
' a s t Mr-. Chambers.
Recitation. "Do Something for Some Some-"':
"': Some-"': uick" Elizabeth Wetherbee.
Solo. God I- My Refuge" Mrs.
Winston.
Pajer. "Bible Chairs" Mrs. Tucker.
Recitation. "Io:ng, Not Wishing"
Two little gurls.
Missionary quiz Four boys.
Trio Mesdames Hampton. Johnson
and Goin.
Reading. "God Knuweth Best" Mrs.
Wetherbee.
Short talk Pastor.
' ffering.
Stng.
Benediction.
You Are to Be the Judge;
Try "White Clover Flour",
and if not highly satisfactory in
every way, call on your grocer,
for a refund of the purchase
price. We authorize this fori
WE KNOW that White Clover.
Flour is as near perfect as it is
possible to produce.;
Y0UR GROCER DAS IT?
SMITH'S BARGAINS
Roll Top Desk $22.00
$7.00 Typewriter Cliair 4.00
One Ymlor Veranda Screen. 1.75
One Veranda Swing Seat. . 2.00
One Mission Parlor Set. Three
Pieces, Leather Upholstered 24.00
One Mission Library Table... 0.50
One Chest Carpenter Tools,
bi bargain, only 18.00
Several Extension Dining Tables
from $3 to $11.00. Worth double.
Many other bargains, too.
SMITH'S
Hack of Marcus Frauk's
EDWARD DRAKE
CIVIL EXGIXEElt,
DRAUGHTSMAN
AND CONTRACTOR
Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands sur surveyed
veyed surveyed and platted. Close estimates
made on erection of buildings of any
character by contract or on a com commission
mission commission basis. Write or consult me at
Northwest Corner Ocala House Block
OCAIiA
FLORIDA

ISP

AMI LAFAYE

Cireat SnfferliiK Reported la a Seetlaa
of Florida Not a 1 1 and red Mile
from Oral a
The Jacksonville MethopolU of the
6th says:
That the famine conditions at Fay Fay-etteville.
etteville. Fay-etteville. in Lafayette county, are even
worse than reported and the people of
the state generally are totally ignor ignorant
ant ignorant of the suffering and privation In
this section, was the statement made
today by Capt. John H. Peck, late su superintendent
perintendent superintendent of the Gulf Coast Trans Transportation
portation Transportation Company. Captain Peck Is
now in Jacksonville, but only recently
visited the stricken district and Is
thoroughly conversant with the condi conditions
tions conditions existing there today.
Homeless. starving and without
clothina: to protect themselves from
the chilly winds which now and then
sweep down from the northland. the
people of this section are indeed in a
deplorable state and that there have
not already been many deaths from
exposure, is due largely to the fact
that the locality has thus far exper experienced
ienced experienced little cold weather.
According to Captain Peck, who has
just returned from the district, the
famine has been caused by the failure
of the cotton, corn, sweet potato and
peanut crops, the main staples of this
section. The failure of the crops was
due to the heavy rains' during- the past
summer and as a matter of fact the
greater portion of the land in and
around Fayetteville is now under wa water.
ter. water. People have been forced to leave
their homes and the millions of mos mosquitoes
quitoes mosquitoes makes life almost unbearable
for them, as they live in the open.
Fever is developing and in their pitia pitiable
ble pitiable condition it is feared a terrible
epidemic is inevitable. The people are
crreatly in need of money, food or
clothing and thus far there has been
little heed Riven their cry for help.
If you have any combings don't
throw them away. You have In your
city a manufacturer of hair goods from
Chicago, where you can bring your
combings and have a switch, braid,
transformation or any piece of hair
work you would like to have made
from $1.50 to $2.30. Also carry a
large line of finest quality French cut
hair, which we make to order to match.
Call and see the work done as we
demonstrate at any time. Also carry
a large line of sanitary hair goods.
Switches 1U oz., 75c; 1 oz., 18 and 20
ins. long, $1.25; 2 oz., 24 ins., $2; 2'2 oz.,
26 ins., $2.75. We match all shades.
Silk hair nets. 36 ins. long. 5c. Also
have a powder for surplus hair, guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed to remove the hair without
pain or any mark left. Don't fail to
call during this week for our low
prices. Goods on display at the store
of Miss Mary Affleck.
Millinery, Ocala, Fla.
WEATHER FORECAST
Local rains tonight or Sunday, colder
northwest portion tonight colder Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. WEATHER REPORT
Clear, southwest wind.
Minimum temperature, 66 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 83 degrees.
Average. 71 degrees.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT Nine-room house, three
blocks from postoffice. Apply to T.
C. Thomsen, postoffice or 31 N. 3rd
street, West. 11-15
FOR RENT Offices In Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
White Fine and Tar Cough Syrup
will stop that cough. Try a bottle at
the Court Pharmacy. Ad.
A HALF MILLION CABBAGE
plants now ready for setting. For
further information, address, N.
Price, Gainesville, Fla.
SEED OATS
Thirty Day and Texas Rust Froof
for sale by Ocala Seed Store. Ad.
TAXES ARE XOW DUE
The tax books are now open for the
payment of 1912 state and county
taxes. The taxes are $.40 higher this
year on each $100 assessed valuation,
than last year. Always bring or send
a correct description of your property.
The laws also allows a discount of
2 per cent for all payments made in
November and 1 per cent discount In
December Yours very truly,
W. L. Colbert,
Tax Collector.
WANTED A steady, reliable boy to
assist in work about the house; car carrying
rying carrying in wood, water, etc. Apply at
the Marion County Hospital.
R. E. YOXGE AGAIX IV
THE PLUMBING BUSINESS
R. E. Yonge & Co. are again In the
plumbing business at No. 45 Osceola
street, and Mr. Walter S. C. Yonge has
gone out of the business. All plumbing
Jobs and contracts, whether large or
small, will be carefully looked after.
; Fhone 26. Respectfully,
j Ad. R. E. Yonge & Co.
GEESE STRAYED
A number of geee have strayed
from my residence in tne thirl ward.
Finder will be rewarded by notifying
me. J. D. McDuffy. ll-29-d4t
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I5(lon and Providence
Fine steamers: best service; low
fares: wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points
tend for booklet.
H. C AVERY, Agent.
Jacksonville, Fla.
L. D. JONES, C. A.,
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Flneat CoaMwIe Trips f the World"
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than ny other
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Van Camp's Baked Beans, medium two for
Van Camp's Baked Beans, large, each .
Van Camp's Big Hominy, three for
Van Camp's Vegetable Soup, 3 for
Van Camp's Tomato Soup, three for
3 Packages Jello
3 Packages Jello Ice cream Powder
3 Packages Lipton's Jelly Tablets

SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
8 Cakes Lenox Soap 25c
1 pk. Irish Potatoes 25c
16 Va PounJs Susar '. l.OO
5 Gallons Oil .Uc
Fancy Cakes, per pound lc
Sweet Potatoes per peck Uc
10 Pounds Meal 2.1c
10 Pounds Grits 25c
C Packages Oyster Crackers 2."c
3 Packages Graham Crackers 12."e
3 Packages Social Teas 25c
3 Packages Fig Xewtons 25c
Royal Scarlet Strawberries IWc
Royal Scarlet Sliced Pineapple 2:1c
Royal Scarlet Grated Pineapple ple
Royal Scarlet Apricots 32c
Royal Scarlet Peaches tl'2c
Royal Scarlet Cherries II5r
Royal Scarlet Gage Plums 25c
Royal Scarlet Egg Plums 25c
Royal Scarlet Pears JWc
Royal Scarlet Asparagus Tips 31c.
Royal Scarlet Asparagus 42c
Royal Scarlet Finest Peas 21c
Royal Scarlet half pound Salmon 17c
Royal Scarlet one pound Salmon 28c
Royal Scarlet Pitted Cherries 3Jlc
Royal Scarlet half pound Shrimp 14c
Royal Scarlet one pound Shrimp 23c
Red Line Asparagus 23c
Robin Hood White Wax Beans 17c
Robin Hood String Beans 17c
Robin Hood Crinkle Sweet Peas 15c
Robin Hood Tom Thumb Peas 18c
Robin Hood Asparagus Tips 25c
Robin Hood one pound Peas 13c
Robin Hood Peaches 27c
Robin Hood Apricots 27c
Robin Hood Pears 27c
Robin Hood Cherries 3()c
One gallon bottle Eddy's Tomato Catsup $1.00
One gallon jug Eddy's Mustard ... 80c
Mcllhanney's Tobasco Sauce 45c
Pint bottle Van Camp's Tomato Catsup 23c
Half pint bottle Van Camp's Tomato Catsup 11c
Rumford Baking Powder, one pound 25c
Cream of Wheat l.v
Hecker and Quaker Oatmeal 5c
Imported Macaroni 13c
Spaghetti 13c
Chocolate per package, half pound 18c
Cocoa per package, half pound 23c
Snowdrift Lard $1.2
Van Camp's two pound Kidney Beans Oc
10c. Vanilla and Lemon Extract 8c
Small Bottle Maraschino Cherries 23c
Medium Bottle Maraschino Cherries 45c
Large Bottle Maraschino Cherries 5c
Corn and Roast Beef 18c
Kingford's Corn Starch 8c

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ocala ::::::: Florida

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and wholesome! less, and is used
generally in families, exclusively in
the most celebrated hotels and res restaurants,
taurants, restaurants, by the United States Army
ani Navy," and wherever the best
and finest food is required. Teachers
of cooking schools and lecturers upon
culinary matters use and recom recommend
mend recommend the Royal.
Royal is the only baking powder
made from Royal Grape Cream of
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most healthful baking powder made.
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P.MTCIITOX
I'.litchton, Dec. 5. Mr. Doyd Akin,
who is attending school at Dunnellon,
sjont the week end with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Akin.
Mrs. Akin returned to Dunnellon

mi uri ;i'it tx u n in in v u i nirz liiiiu
with Mr. V. I Akin.
Mr. I overly Rlitch visited MarrLs MarrLs-jton
jton MarrLs-jton Hun lay.
9 Mr. W. J. Coulter snent Monday In

the Hrick City.
Messrs. 11. 11. and Guy Rlitch spent
Tuesday and Wednesday in Ocala.
Mrs. George of Morilston and a

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party of friends were Wednesday call callers.
ers. callers. Mrs. Monroe Sheely and daughter of
Morr'ston called Monday.
Mr. Johnson of Ocala called Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. Dr. Ulitch is spending a few days In
South Florida.
Mr. Goree Ulitch spent Wednesday in
ocala.
Mr. Lloyd Patterson and Miss Leola
Patterson of Morriston passed through
Tuesday en route to Ocala.

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Inadequate, and every one vr!
has
studied the quest v-.l.ults it.
The only part f our monetary medi medium
um medium th-Jt has elasticity is the banknote
currency. The peculiar provision of
the law requiring national hanks to
maintain rejrves to meet tlie call of
tbe depositors perates to im-re.ise 'he
money stringency when it arisen rnther
than to expand the supply of currency
and relieve ft. It operates upon ea.-h
hank and furnishes a motive for the
withdrawal if currency from theeh:iii theeh:iii-f.els
f.els theeh:iii-f.els of trade by each hank t save it itself
self itself and offers no inducement whatever
for the use of the reserve to expand
the supply of eurrency to meet the ex exceptional
ceptional exceptional demand.
After the panic- of 1007 congress real realize
ize realize 1 that the present system was nut
adapted to the country's needs and that
uuder it panics were possible that
might properly he avoided by legisla legislative
tive legislative provision. Acmrdinjrly a mon monetary
etary monetary commission w npiointed which
made a report in February. 1112. The
system which they recommend Involv Involved
ed Involved a National Reserve nssociat !.
which was, in certain of its faculties
and functions, a bank, and which was
given through its governing authorities
the power, by Issuing circulating notes
for approved commercial pajer, by fix fixing
ing fixing discounts, and by other methods of
transfer of currency, to expand the
supply of the monetary medium where
it was most needed to prevent the ex export
port export or hoarding of gold and generally
to exercise such supervision over the
supply of money in every part of the
country us to prevent a stringency and
a panic.
Certain it is. however, that the ob objections
jections objections which were made in the past
history of this country to a central
bank as furnishing a monopoly of
financial power to private Individuals,
would not apply to an association
whose ownership and control is so
widely distributed and is divided be between
tween between all the banks of the country,
state and national, on the one hand,
and the chief executive through three
department heads and his comptroller
of the currency on the other.
There is no class in the community
more interested in n safe and sane
banking and currency system, one
which will prevent panics and auto automatically
matically automatically furnish in each trade center
the currency needed in the carrying on
of the business at that center, than
the wage earner. There is no class in
the community whose experience bet better
ter better qualifies them to make suggestions
ns to the sufficiency of a currency and
banking system than the bankers and
business men.
Ought we therefore to Ignore their
recommendations and reject their
financial judgment as to the proper
method of reforming our financial sys
tern merely because of the suspicion
which exists against them in the minds
of many of our fellow citizens? Is it
not the dutv of congress to take up
the plan suggested, examine it from all
standpoints, give impartial considera
tion to the testimony of those whose
experience ought to fit them to give
the best advice on the subject, and
then to adopt some plan which will
! secure the benefits desired?
A banking and currency system
seems far away from the wage earner
and the farmer, but the fact is that
they are vitally interested in a safe
system of currency which shall grad graduate
uate graduate its volume to the amount needed
and which shall prevent times of ar artificial
tificial artificial stringency that frighten capi
tal, stop employment, prevent the
meeting of th? payroll, destroy local
markets and produce ienury and waut
The Tariff.
I have regarded it as my duty in for
mer messages to the congress to urge
the revision of the tariff upon princi
ples of protection. It was my judg
ment that the customs duties ought to
be revised downward, but that the re
duction ought not to be below a rate
which would represent the difference
in the cost of production between the
article in question at home and abroad
and for this and other reasons I vetoed
several bills which were presented to
me in the last session of this congress
Now that a new congress has been
elected on a platform of n tariff for
revenue only rather than a protective
tariff, and is to revise the tariff on that
basis. It is needless for me to occupy
the time of this congress with argu
ments or recommendations in favor of
a protective tariff.
Army Reorganization.
Our small army now consists of S3,-
800 men, excluding the 5,000 Philip
nine scouts. Leaving out of considera
tion the coast artillery force, whose
position is fixed in our various sea
coast defenses, and the present gam
sons of our various insular posses
slons. we have today within the con
tinental United States a mobile army
of onlv nhout 2.".0hj men. This little
force must he still further drawn upon
to supply the new garrisons for the
great naval base which is being estab
lished at Pearl harlor. in the Hawaii
an Islands, and to- protect the locks
now rapidly approaching completion
at Panama.
The forces remaining in the United
States are now scattered in nearly
fifty posts, situated for a variety of
historical reasons in twenty-four
states. These ists contain only frac fractions
tions fractions of regiments, averaging less than
700 men each. In time of peace it has
been our historical policy to adminis administer
ter administer these units separately by a geo geographical
graphical geographical organization. In other words,
our army in time of peace has never
been a united organization, but mere merely
ly merely scattered groups of companies, bat battalions
talions battalions and regiments, and the first
task In time of war has U-en to create
out of these scattered units an army
fit for effective team work and coop cooperation.
eration. cooperation. A comprehensive plan of army reor reorganization
ganization reorganization was prepared by the war
college division of the general staff.
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Under the Influence of this study
definite and effective steps have been
taken toward army reorganization so
far as such reorganization lies within
the executive ower. Hitherto there
has been no difference of policy In the
treatment of the organization of our
foreign garrisons from those of troops
within the United Suites. The differ difference
ence difference of situation is vital, and the for foreign
eign foreign garrison should be prepared to
defend itself at an instant's notice
against a foe who may command the
tea. Unlike the troops In the United
States, it cannot count upon re-eu-forcetnenls
or recruitment. It Is an
outpost uion which will fall the brunt
of the first attack in case of war.
The historical policy of the United
States of carrying its regiments dur during
ing during time of peace at half Ftrength has
no application to our foreign garri garrisons.
sons. garrisons. During the past year this de
fect has leen remedied as to the Phil Philippines
ippines Philippines garrison. The former garrison
of twelve reduced regiments has been
replaced by a garrison of six regi regiments
ments regiments at full strength, giving fully the
same number of riflemen at an esti estimated
mated estimated economy in cost of maintenance
of over $l,0co.000 per year. This gar
rison is to be permanent. Its regi
mental units, instead of being trans transferred
ferred transferred periodically back and forth
from the United States, will remain in
the Islands. The officers and men
composing these units will, however,
serve a regular tropical detail, as usual,
thus involving no greater hardship
uion the personnel and greatly in
creasing the effectiveness of the garri
son.
The Home Army.
Simultaneously with the foregoing
steps the war department has been
proceeding with the reorganization ol
the army at home. The formerly dls
associated units are being united into
a tactical organization of three divi
sions. each consisting of two or threi
brigades of infantry and. so far as
practicable, a proper proportion of di divisional
visional divisional cavalry and artillery. Of
course the extent to which this reform
can be carried by the executive is
practically limited to a paper organiza
tion. The scattered units can be
brought under a proper organization,
but they will remain physically scat scattered
tered scattered until congress supplies the nec necessary
essary necessary funds for grouping them in
more concentrated posts.
Regular Army Reserve.
The new law provides that the sol soldier,
dier, soldier, after serving four years with col colors,
ors, colors, shall pass iuto a reserve for three
years. At his option he may go into
the reserve at the end of three years,
remaining there for four years. While
in the reserve he can be called and
only in such case will receive a stated
amount of pay for ajl of the period
in which he has beena member of the
reserve. The legislation is imperfect,
in my opinion, in certain particulars,
but it is a most Important step in the
right direction, and I earnestly hope
that it will be carefully studied and
perfected by congress.
The National Guard.
Under existing law the national
guard constitutes, after the regular
army, the first line of national defense.
Its organization, discipline, training
and equipment under recent legislation
have been assimilated, as far as possi
ble, to those of the regular army, and
its practical efficiency under the effect
of this training has very greatly In
creased. Our citizen soldiers under
present conditions have reached a stage
of development beyond which they can
not reasonably be asked to go without
further direct assistance in the form
of pay from the federal government
On the other hand, such pay from the
national treasury would not be justi
fied unless it produced a proper equlva
lent in additional efficiency on the part
of the national guard.
The organized militia today cannot
be ordered outside of the limits of the
United States and thus cannot lawful
ly be used for general military pur
poses. The officers and men are ambi ambitious
tious ambitious and eager to make themselves
thus available and to become an effi
cient national reserve of citizen sol soldiery.
diery. soldiery. They are the only force of
trained men other than the regular
armv unon which we can rely. The
so called militia pay bill in the form
agreed on between the authorities of
the war department and the represent
atives of the national guard, In my
opinion, adequately meets these condi
tions and offers a proper return for the
pay which it is proposed to give to the
national guard.
1 believe that its enactment Into law
would be a very long step toward pro providing
viding providing this nation with a first line of
citizen soldiery, upon which Its main
reliance must depend in case of any
national emergency. Plans for the or
gauization of the national guard into
tactical divisions on the same lines as
those adopted for the regular army are
being formulated by the war college
division of the general staff.
Porto Rico.
Porto Ilico continues to show notable
progress, both commercially and In the
spread of education. It3 external com
merce has increased 17 per cent over
the preceding year, bringing the total
value up to $frj.C31.SS0, or more than
five times the value of the commerce
of the island in During the year
lftM'iTiT rumils were enrolled in the
-
public schools as against 145.523 for
the preceding year and as compared
with 2U for the first year of Ameri
can administration.
The failure thus far to grant Ameri
can citizenship continues to be the only
irround "f dissatisfaction. The bill
conferring citizenship has passed
the h"H-' cf representatives aud is
now aw::iti:;L. tli action of the senate.
I ar.i !:carti.y in favor of the passage
of tLi i'ii:. 1 Relieve that tbe demand
for ciTi .e!:-: iji i jnt and that it is
amply e-.ir?e:i by sustained loyalty on
For first class automooHe service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
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the part of tLe inhabitants of the Is

land. Br.t it sI.onM be remera!ered
that the t'emar must be. and in the
minds? of .est I rto Ricar is. entire entirely
ly entirely disassociaied from any thought of
statehood.
The Philippines.
A bill is pending in confess which
revolutionize the carefully worked out
scheme of government under which the
Philippine Islands are now governed
and which proposes to render them vir
tually autonomous at on e and abso abso-fjtely
fjtely abso-fjtely independent in eight yoars. S'lch
a proposal can my l e founneu o:i the
assumption that we have now dis. Larg Larg-ed
ed Larg-ed our trusteeship to the Filipino peo
ple and our responsibility for them to
the worid and that they are now pre prepared
pared prepared for self government rs weil as
nati.nal sovereignty. A thorough and
unbiased knov. I-de of the facts clear clearly
ly clearly shows tLat these assumptions are
absolutely without ju-si ill cation.
As to this 1 believe (hit there is no
substantial difference of opinion anion:,
any of those who have h id the re.-poa-sibility
of facing Philippine problems
in the administration of the islands,
and I believe that no one to whom the
future of this people Is a responsible
concern can countenance a policy
fraught with the direst consequences
to those on whose behalf it Is osten ostensibly
sibly ostensibly urged.
Our duty to the Filipinos is far from
discharged. Over half a million Fili Filipino
pino Filipino students are now in the Philip Philippine
pine Philippine schools helping to mold the men
of the future into a homogeneous peo people,
ple, people, but there still remain more than
a million Filipino children of school
age yet to be reached. Freed from
American control the Integrating forces
of a common education and a common
language will cease and the education
al system now well started will slip
back Into inefficiency and disorder.
An enormous Increase in the com
mercial development of the Islands has
been made since they were virtually
granted full access to our markets
three years ago, with every prospect
of increasing development and diversi
fied industries. Freed from American
control such development is bound to
decline.
If the task we have undertaken is
higher than that assumed by other na
tlons, its accomplishment must de
maud even more patience. We must
not forget that we found the Filipinos
wholly untrained in government. Up
to our advent all other experience
sought to repress rather than encour
age political power. It takes long time
and much experience to Ingrain o-
Utleal habits of steadiness and effi
ciency. Popular self government ulti
mately must rest upon common habits
of thought and upon a reasonably de
veloped public opinion.
A present declaration even of future
lndeiendence would retard progress by
the dissension and disorder it would
arouse. On our part It would be a dis
ingenuous attempt, under the guise of
conferring a luefit on them, to relieve
ourselves from the heavy and difficult
burden which thus far we have leen
bravely and consistently sustaining.
It would le a disguised policy PCUt
tie. It would make the helpless nil
pino the football of oriental politics.
under the protection of a guaranty of
their independence, which we would
be powerless to enforce.
Regulation of Water Power.
There are pending before congress a
large uumler of bills proposing to
grant privileges of erecting dams for
the purpose of creating water iower
in our navigable rivers. The penden
cv of these bills has brought out an
Important defect in the existing gen
eral dam act. That act does not. in
my opinion, grant sufficient power to
the federal government in dealing
with the construction of such dams to
exact protective conditions in the in
terest of navigation. It does not per
mit the federal government, as a con condition
dition condition of its permit, to require that a
part of the value thus created shall be
applied to the further general im improvement
provement improvement and protection of the
stream. I believe this to be one of the
most important matters of internal im improvement
provement improvement now confronting the gov government.
ernment. government. In my opinion constructive states statesmanship
manship statesmanship requires that legislation
should be enacted which will permit
the development of navigation in these
great rivers to go hand in hand with
the utilization of 'this byproduct of
water jower. created in the course of
the same improvement, and that the
general dam act should lx so amend amended
ed amended as to make this possible.
I deem it highly important that the
nation should adopt a consistent and
harmonious treatment of these water
power projects, which will preserve
for this purpose their value to the gov government,
ernment, government, whose right it is to grant the
permit. Any other policy Is equiva equivalent
lent equivalent to throwing away a most valua valuable
ble valuable national asset.
The Panama Canal.
During the past year the work of
construction upou the canal has pro progressed
gressed progressed mot satisfactorily. About ST
per cent of the excavation work has
been completed, and more than U'i per
cent of the concrete for all the locks is
in place. In view of the great interest
which has been manifested as to some
slides in the Culebra cut I am glad to
say that the report of Colonel Goethals
should allay any apprehension on this
point. It is gratifying to note that
none of the slides whF-h occurred dur during
ing during this year would have interfered
with the passage of the ships had the
canal in fact been in oreratioi. and
when the slope preures will have been
finally adjusted and the growth of veg vegetation
etation vegetation will minimize erosion in the
banks of the cur the slide problem will
be practically solved and an ample sta stability
bility stability assured for the Culebra cut.
Although the otlh i.il date of the open opening
ing opening has been set for Jan. 1. 1915. th
canal will in fact, from present indica
DR. A. L. BLALOCK j
1 PHYSICIAN and SURGEON o
OFFICE OVER THE
COMMERCIAL nMv
DR. L. F. BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
'Phone 211 Ocala. Fla.

J. E. GHACE

DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block,
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.
tions, be cpened for shipping during
the latter half of 1913. No fixed dute
can as yet be set, but shipping interests
will be advised as soon as assurances
can be given that vessels can pass
through without unnecessary delay.
Recognizing the administrative prob
lem In the management of the (anal.
congress in the act of Aug. 24. 1912.
has made admirable provisions for ex
ecutive responsibility in the con;rol of
the canal and the government of the
canal zone. The problem of most evi
dent organization is receiving careful
consideration, so that a scheme of r r-ganlzatlon
ganlzatlon r-ganlzatlon and control lest adapted to
the conditions of the canal may be
formulated and put in operation as ex expeditiously
peditiously expeditiously as possible. Acting under
the authority conferred cn me by con
gress I haT by executive proclamation
promulgated the following schedule of
tolls for ships passing through the ca
nal, based upon the thorough report of
Emory R. Johnson, special commission
er on traffic and tolls:
First. On merchant vessels carrying
passengers or cargro, il.li per net vessel
ton each 100 cubic feet of actual earn
capacity.
Second. On vessels in ballast without
passengers or caro, 40 r-er cent less than
the rate of tolls for vessels with papsen
grs or cargo.
Third. Upon naval vessels other than
transports, colliers, hospital ships and
supply ships, 50 cents pr displacement
ton.
Fourth. upon army and navy trans transports,
ports, transports, colliers, hospital ships and surrly
ships, 11.20 per net ton, the vessels to be
measured by the same rules as are cm
ployed In determining the net tonnage of
merchant vessels.
Rules for the determination of the
tonnage upon whicli toll charges are
based are now in course of prepara preparation
tion preparation and will be promulgated in due
season.
Panama Canal Treaty.
The proclamation which I have is
sued in respect to the Panama canal
tolls is in accord with the Panama ca canal
nal canal act passed by this congress Aug.
24, 1912. We have leen advised that
the British government has prepared
a protest against the act and its en enforcement
forcement enforcement in so far as it relieves from
the payment of tolls American ships
engaged in the American coastwise
trade on the ground that it violates
British rights under the Ilay-Paunce-fote
treaty concerning the Panama ca canal.
nal. canal. When the protest in presented it
will be promptly considered and an ef effort
fort effort made to reach a satisfactory ad adjustment
justment adjustment of any differences there may
be between the two governments.
Promotion For Colonel Goethale.
As the completion of the canal grows
nearer and as the wonderful executive
work of Colonel Goethals becomes
more conspicuous in the eyes of the
country and of the world it seems to
me wise and proier to make provi provision
sion provision by law for such reward,.to him as
may be commensurate with the ktv ktv-Ice
Ice ktv-Ice that he has rendered to "hi coun country.
try. country. I suggest that this reward take
the form of an appointment of Colo Colonel
nel Colonel Goethals as a major general In the
army of the United States nnd that the
law authorizing such appointment be
accompanied with a provision per
mittlng his designation as chief of en engineers
gineers engineers upon the retirement of the
present Incumbent of that otiice.
Navy Department.
The navy of the United Stales is in
a greater state of efficiency and is
more powerful than it lias ever been
before, but In the emulation which ex
ists between different countries in re respect
spect respect to the Increase of naval and mil military
itary military armaments this condition is not
a permanent one. In view of the many
improvements and increases by for foreign
eign foreign governments the slightest halt on
our part in respect to new construc construction
tion construction throws us back and reduces us
from a naval power of the first rank
and places us among the nations of the
second rank. In the past fifteen years
the navy has expanded rapidly and yet
far less rapidly than our country.
From now on reduced expenditures
In the navy mean reduced military
strength. The world's history has
shown the importance of sea power
both for adequate defense and for the
support of Important and definite poli policies.
cies. policies. I had the pleasure of attending this
autumn a mobilization of the Atlantic
fleet and was glad to observe and note
the preparedness of the fleet for in instant
stant instant action. The review brought be before
fore before the president and the secretary of
the navy a greater and more powerful
collection of vessels than had ever
been gathered in American waters
The condition of the fleet and of tbe
officers and enlisted men and of the
equipment of the vessels entitled thoe
in authority to the greatest credit.
I again commend to congress the giv-

ing of legislative sanction to the P-!ton hiPping order. Freh atoek nl nl-polntment
polntment nl-polntment of the naval aids to the see- wa, on h,I. Telephone SO. Wet

retary of the navy. These aids ana tne,,ioor north of Florida Aato Sale Co
council of aids appointed hy the secre-i North Maicnolla treet, Ocala, Fla.
tary of the navy to assist him in the j jl st RECEIVED
conduct of his department have proved j carioa-1 Texas Red Rust Proof 8eed
no be of the highest utility. They hriveV.ut-. 80c. ier bushel; 12 bushels or
furnished an executive committer .f j more. 73c ier bushel. 11. B. Masters
u i. 111 nim! c.vru.rt trhirCo. ll-27-4td ltW

have co-ordinated the action of the vari
ous bureaus in the navy and by their
advice have enabled the secretary to
give an administration at the same
time economical and most efficient.
Never before has the United States
had a navy that compared iu efficiency
with Its present one. but never before
have the requirements with resrect t"
naval warfare been higher and more
exacting than now. A year ago con congress
gress congress refused to appropriate for mre
than one battleship. In this 1 think a
great mistake of ilicy was made, ani
I urgently recommend that this con congress
gress congress make up for the mistake of the
last session by appropriations authoriz authorizing
ing authorizing the construction of three battle battleships,
ships, battleships, in addition to destroyers, fuel
ships and the other auxiliary vessel
as shown in the building program f
the general board. We are r-onfrintcd
by a condtlon in resr-eet to the naviea
(Concluded on Last Pae
Terkeween 0:i. tr.e great nerve an1
bone liniment: will not blister. For
rheumatism, neuralgia, pains In the
back or sides and all other aches. 25
cents per bottle at Tydings Ac Co. Ad.

M. C. IZLAR
DENTAL SURGEON
Law Library Building

Phone 444
OCALA, .... FLORIDA
The very acme of quality In
ROASTS POULTRY
CHOPS BACONS
SAUSAGE BOLOGNA
STEAKS HAMS
is always to be had here where qaal qaal-ty
ty qaal-ty and close prices so hand In hand..
We will convince you that this Is tha
market for you to patronise If you will
but Errant us the trial. Phone 10.
V. II. MA11SI1, PROPRIETOR
FORMERLY EDWARDS MARKJ2T" ....
WE CAN SUPPL1 YOU WITIl
PURE ICE
For All Purposes. Whether Your
Requirements are for Home Use
Or for a Carload.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH US.
OCALA ICE & PACKING OO.
OCALA .. FLORIDA
, M'tVER & MAC KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalciers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
l. I-:. McIVEIt and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
ll Work Done by Licensed Era Era-balmers
balmers Era-balmers nnd Fully Guaranteed.
PHONES:
D. E. Mclver 105
C. V. Roberts 306
Undertaking Office 47

WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO.
COLLIER BROS. PROPRIETORS,
PHONE 290.
'aggage. Freight, Tlanos, Furniture! f
and Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Given All Orders.
WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE '.

. A.
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General Commission Merchant
and Dealer in
FRUITS and PRODUCE
I am offering I be follovrfaK goods,
to tbe wholesale trade oalyi
Klnic Apple, Pr barrel 9M
York Imperial Applen, per libl... 4J0
Ited (;idm Apple, per bbl 4.25
Cape tod Cranberrlea, per crate.. 2.SO
Celery, per dozen baaebea J&
Carrotn, per crate 15
Fine Canadian Turnip price on
application.
Malnita Grapea, per keg;..S4.30 to S.OO
Itetl Onion, lOO lb. aek 1.63
VHlow Onion, 100 lb. aack 1.70
Vit-Klnla Cabbage, per crate 1.63
ew York Cabbage, doable crate.. 1.00
w.,-. attention arlTen to oat of
FINE FLORIDA
AND WESTERN
Beef, Pork and Mutton
FRESH
APALACHICOLA OYSTERS
Fresh and Salt Wafer
FISH
Received Every Day
Prompt Service, Good Goods
and Reasonable Prices
HENRY HOLLAND
Phone 3S1 Stall No.
City Market

MOSES



j FOUR OCALA EVEXIXG STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 10
i "Our young men and women are too I
I extravagant. Six-tenths of the en- I I f y
I gagement rings are bought on credit, I J
1 and nine girls out of ten have hole3 "J CTT S V TT V "TTl JA T1 R "F Vl J
1 In the heels of their silk stockings." I I j 1 I il I I J I I I I I 'iV I 111 I I V
sli r i AiKli bill' iU ukiJjjo) 2111(01 MUmuo) t
1 discussed the accusations. Not since
j Mme. Webster-Powell dressed her cook I J
celve with her at a party not even
j her appearance In a divided skirt she
Tl Ml TOWMS IMS
I whether they can afford them or not. I . -'
j through the stockings and brings a jj
I hole above the slipper at the heel. The Jj a i m tx -t ii ti T r It
?r.,-ow- 1 PomMinKni MrfMTIrtlsJIW HDlPlP WlH And Continuing for Ten Days. We will offer our Entire Line of j
vZSL ETZEXZ BVtyMMMty IVllWMlUldlJ, IU"tXo 3 HUH. Rugs and Art Squares, Trunks and Traveling Bags, at the Lowest -z:rZ"Zg?l
TJLZYiql Prices Ever Heard of on This Kind of Goods in Ocala. Here are just a few prices we will mention.
j herself," she added. "The girl3 should x j j
I give the men a chance to save money.
sSESsSS 18 x 36 Inches "Crex" Grass Rugs 50c values at 25c .
SS.S"JS 24 x 48 Inches "Crex" Grass Rugs 75c Values at 45c ;
SHHr?5 III 30 x 60 Inches "Crex" Grass Rugs $1.25 Values at 70c ;
1 6x9 Feet "Crex" Art Squares $5.00 Values at $3.25 :
rzxr?;s 9 x 12 Feet "Crex" Art Squares $9.00 Values at $5.50
1 cabs. He Is a fortunate young man, m.
i7,irz;r- 25 36 x72 Inches Xminster Rugs $5.00 Values at $2.75
1 "Is it any wonder that our young M
men are afraid to marry when they j
?H:r We only mention a few prices, but we have a very large line of Rugs and Art Squares, and all these must ? I
iy"ion dQ, as in the future we intend to discontinue this line. Our entire line of Trunks and Bags will be sold during
1 and for entertaining her friends at Ow' r liril 1 ri t i rni
SXt.o!I"yrr,a"a hJSui3 "he this sale, therefore if you want to get the best for the least you do not want to fail to see us on this line. The
0 T,X'i:ylirrZAnZ' Prices are Lower than Ever. Investigate the Rug prices. Compare with your Mail Order Houses.
j sance. Paying their own way Is the I rff r
I best remedy. She either should do that "m g m m "M I
z-srs jsjsz ,TT"Mn We want you to come in and see our store, we have made it convenient and easier tor you to trade
1 "Let the engagement ring be the v I h
1 first present a girl receives from m. I
1 man," she added, "and the ring should I J v JT TT C S0mi I
byluT " g"" f "H AAV
I SOMEWHAT OP A SWINE j
J J. M. Harrelson killed, dressed and B wiTiBre You Will EvooUTUiaillly Xpadle" o
-SfSSlH I OCMA. why not now? FLOMIIPA &
j Once peace is declared in Europe, J J
j another row. t
j Mo- Co MUM CASTER I
j I CANWiATE FOE MAYHDR j
EIICTIOT TUESiAY, E) IE C IE Ml IE IS
I I M eleettedl Due pirommlses to dMw ttttne dlenns oil mmnqpntty j
i I sumdl vnee wDnficIla mow ejdstl ffiromm caiflsio j
Mine nip eMneir tor on agsininistt a peiren0 mnioiFSil Mnraios Mnraios-j
j Mnraios-j plneipe ton0 oumf lIsiniF enllyo
jj Lett lac people petl lnenir sflsnnmp of dlnssippiroysil oe :
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BEGIN WITM $1.QQ

"A letter came this morning
hadn't expected it so soon.

and brought the five I loaned my friend. I

"Did I .pend the five? Not on your life,
deposit in the Commercial Hank.

I went over and made by .second

"They had me endorse the five-dollar draft
bank book, which now show a balance of 16.

and gave me credit on my

"I find I can deposit any amount and whenever I care to. And, too, I
can withdraw any or all of what I have deposited when I want it.
"I will surely gave ten dollars next month."
THE WAY TO SAVE HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH

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CENTRAL LAND
DEVELOPER OF
NORTH OCALA

CO.

For Quick Sale
Wc have placed on sale 25 of those
beanliful lots in our New Subdivision
NORTH OCALA
at 50 per cent, below value. Alter
Ihis sale of 25 tots the remainder will
be advanced $50. per lot. liuy a lot
now and save $50. This is a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful piece f property, and we take
pleasure in showing it to you whether
you wish to buy or not.

OFFICE:
On Main St. two Doors N. of Harrington Hall.

IHii IBICES

Undertaker Smith. pnone3 10 and 94.

K. of P. meet Monday ni?ht.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.

Moose meet Thursday evening.

F. U. of A. meet Thursday night.

Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Go to the Ocaia eed Store for freal.
seeds. Ad.
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Mrs. Horace ItoroM. who has been

MUite sick, is

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much

better.

White Clover Flour Is better. Ask
your grocer.

Dr.
Lake

Mcintosh
today.

returned from Orange

Lieut. -Col. Geo. A. Nash has returned
home from his visit to Manatee county.

WANTED A
private family.

position as cook In a
Apply to Star office.

Pore Food and Meat Stall, city mar market,
ket, market, phone 471. 91. C. Doh. 11-22-tf

A full line of
flower pots at a
Seed Store. Ad.

enameled
bargain at

ware and
the Ocala

Patsy Gillen, the assiduous newsboy.

after some days of sickness, is serv

ing his customers again.

LOST A bunch of keys, between the
Ideal Theater and carnival grounds.

Return to Star office. 12-3

Miss Julia Williams returned today

A from a visit to Webster, and will go on
'tomorrow to her home in Georgia.

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moves. removes. 25c. at both Gerig's Drug
Stores. Ad.

Mr. Geo. R. Ellis, the popular and
enterprising Gainesville fertilizer man,
was in town today, on his way home.

Preserve your amsilc Board of

. 'Trade certificate by having It framed

at me ucaia ews vt. au.

Mrs. Ross and Mr. Ross of Craw-

Y ifordsvllle, Ind., friends of Mr. and Mrs.

A J. J- Gerig, arrived today.

j When you have a bilious attack give
, Chamberlain's Tablets a trial. They
i 'are excellent. Sold by all dealers. Ad.

Mr. T. B. Lanier, the genial an
shrewd Lake county politician, passed
thru town today on his way home from
Citrus county court.

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Mr. W. A. Jordan of Gainesville spent
last night in the city, the guest of his

Mr. W. Clyde Jordan, of Masters'

store.

Arkansas Chill & Fever Tonic, 25
and 50 cents per bottle. Guaranteed
to cure. Best for colds and lagrippe.
Tydings & Co. Ad.

Engineer Trammell of Sunnyjim Is

taking a rest and Engineer Walker is

scanning the track ahead of five-

ought-one.

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We have One of the Prettiest Line of Beds
in the State, Without Excepting any Firm.

We carry over fifty differ different
ent different styles, and nearly as
many different prices.
There are handsome white
enameled, with little or no
brass trimmings, then there
are solid brass beds, the

kind that do nottarnish, and there are pretty dark
green and, blue ones, and many other colors and
shades and all of the different shapes and trimmings.
We will take great pleasure in showing you our
line of beds, and can certainly please you in this
department.
Respectfully,
McIVER & McKAY
THE FURNITURE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS STORE

Look at our line or tox stationery
before making your purchase. Most
anything you want can be found at the

Court Pharmacy. Ad.

ANOTHER

PLEASANT
AMATEUR

EVENING

There was another of those pleasant
amateur evenings at the Temple last

evening, with a large crowd out to en enjoy
joy enjoy the mu.-Ic and pictures.
Two bright little amateur per performers.
formers. performers. Miss Eli7abeth Bennett and
Master Melville Little, greatly pleas pleased
ed pleased the audience. Miss Elizabeth re recited
cited recited most prettily. She will be one

t the stars In the operetta, next Fri

day ni?ht. Master Melville, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by his bright sister. Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret on the piano, gave a most clever
performance on his violin. The au audience
dience audience applauded both generouslj-;
tirst prize was given the young lady
and second to Master Melville.
Mr. C. Green closed the entertain entertainment
ment entertainment with one of his inimitable ap appearances
pearances appearances in monologue.

RKi LOADS OF COTTON
AND VELVET

DEANS

The streets around George GUes'
place were thronged this morning
with wagons from the country, bring bringing
ing bringing in cotton and velvet beans. Seed
cotton, long staple. Is worth cents.

IMPROVEMENT ADVANCES

The streetmakers are now on the
last block this side the ra'lroad of the

Fort Kng avenue improvement, and it

bes?ins to look like that much of the
work will be finished by Christmas.

ANOTHER IMPROVEMENT

The oldstreetcar barn, which has

stood at the corner of South Third and
South Main street for the last twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five years, has en.- torn down, and
George Giles, who oi-ns the property.

will have a substantial two-story res-

Wence building erected thereon.

AN IMMENSE IPMRO VEMENT

The city has had the jungle west of

the market cleared away, and a man
can go by there at n'ght now without

fear of an alligator, mosquito or some
other fierce animal rushing out and
seizing him by the hindleg.

There is a spring in that corner, and

if the city should have it cleared out

and walled in. it would enhance th

health of the locality and furnish it
with good water.

K. OF P. ELECTION

The K. of P. will elect officers Mon Monday
day Monday evening, and all members should
be present.

ORANGES FOR CIIRIST3IAS

I am now booking orders for my
usual presentation pack, composed of
pineapple oranges, grapefru't and tan tangerines.
gerines. tangerines. Price $2.23 per box. Straight
oranges (pineapples) $2 per box f. o.
b. Auburndale. The fruit this year Is
of much finer flavor than for many
years. E. M. Howard,
12-7-18t Phone 101.

FULLER & AVER
DENTISTS
Telephone, 154
DR. W. K. LATTB

MR

. JIDD COMING TO OCALA

A FamoD FIrelen Coo kin Authority
to Give m Free Exhibit!
la Ocala
Ocala is soon to be visited by an ex expert
pert expert on tireless cooking. Mrs. C. R.
Judd ha? been identified with the fire fire-less
less fire-less cooker industry since its infancy.
Mrs. Judd is recognized both by man manufacturers
ufacturers manufacturers and the leading periodicals
as an authority on the subject of fire fire-less
less fire-less cooking, and is said to draw the
largest salary ever paid for one week's
course of lectures un the subject of
domestic science. Mrs. Judd has given
a lifetime to the study of domestic
science.
Mrs. Judd is much beloved by South Southern
ern Southern women having previously toured
the Southern states and given a warm

reception w
to lecture.

experimental department of the Toledo
Cooker Company, of Toledo, Ohio, and
is chief of the staff of demonstrators.
The people of Ocala are very for fortunate
tunate fortunate in being able to have the
merits of fireless cooking explained to
them by Mrs. Judd.
The definite date of her arrival will
be announced by the Marion Hard Hardware
ware Hardware Co. at whose store she Is going
to give a week's demonstration of the
Ideal Fireless Cook Stove.

herever she was scheduled
She is at the head of the

ATLANTA FISHERMEN
HAVE RETURNED HOME

The members of the Atlanta and
West Point fishing club, who have
been at Homosassa for the last two
weeks, passed thru town today, on the
way home. All are friends of Dr.
Walter Hood, who visited with them
while the train waited. In the party
were Drs. II. U. Ridley, Willis West Westmoreland
moreland Westmoreland and G. H. Xoble and Mr.

Charles Murphy of Atlanta, and Dr. F.

M. Ridley of LaGrange. The last
named is chief surseon of the A. & W.
P. Railway. These gentlemen, who
were in their private car, have had a
pleasant time for the last two weeks
at Honiosassa, catching many fish and
killing a large number of quail, ducks

and turkeys.

EASTERN STAR MEETING

Specialist Eye, Ear, None and Throat
Office, Law Library Bldg, Ocala. Ad.

Ths office is indebted to Mr. A. J.
Rrigance for several bunches of juicy
radishes raised in the genial deputy's
thriving garden.

The pretty little operetta, "Snow
White," that will be given by home
talent on Friday night, Dec. 13th, will
be one of the prettiest entertainments
given in Ocala this w'nter.

ss Sue uaro, alter a visit witn

Ocala friends, of. her way home from
Atlanta, left fot-iier home in Largo today.

C. C. Fraer of Kokomo, Alachua

county, after a pleasant visit to his son,
Mr. S. E. Fraserof this city, left this
morning for a visit to Palatka before
returning home.

Capt. J. L. Smoak intends to give

another of those popular boat trips
down the river and run tomorrow. He
had a good crowd and a pleasant trip
last Sunday.

"The Oasis," Bellevlew, has the ex exclusive
clusive exclusive sale of Ice cream, peanuts,
popcorn and cigars on the fair
grounds. A good Havana filled cigar
for 5c, made In Marion county. Pat Patronize
ronize Patronize us. ll-21-6td ltw

Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Boiler went to
Gainesv'lle for a brief visit today. Mrs.
Boiler has been confined to her home
with illness for some weeks and her
friends are glad to see her out again.

Mrs. T. B. Brown and little son. Ed Edward,
ward, Edward, passed thru from Trilby today,
on the way for a visit to relatives at
Martin.

Judge W. S. Bullock is having his
residence on Fort Kins; avenue painted.
The house will be finished in white
and Green and Mr. A. A. Winer is do doing
ing doing the work.

Mr. Charles Pfeiffer of New York
City is In Ocala and will spend the
winter with his sister, Mrs. F. G. B.
Weihe. Mr. PJTeJffer, who was here for

a visit inree yars ago, says he sees

a wonderlul enange for the better In
Ocala.

Ocala Chapter No. 29. O. E. S., met
in Yonge's hall last right.
Mr. Jake Brown was given the de

grees of the chapter and expressed
h'mself as greatly ploased.
The chapter jewels arrived and
were used at this meeting for the first
time. They are beautiful and the la ladies
dies ladies who have worked so hard to get
them deserve much pra'se.
The election of officers for next year
took place, after which sandwiches,
hot coffee and punch were served.
Worthy Patron C. E. Connor was re reelected,
elected, reelected, this making three years he
will have served, which shows the
great esteem and trust he is held by
the chapter.
Worthy Matron Mrs. R. E. Yonge
leaves the chair, much to the regret of
all. On account of the serious illness

of her son, R. E. Yonge, Jr., of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, and her daughter, Mrs. L. H
Yonce here, she feels unable to accept
again, but will not give up working
for the chapter.
The new officers are:
Worthy Patron C. E. Connor.
Worthy Matron Mrs. A. E. Burnett.
Associate Matron Mrs- Jake Brown.
Conductress Mrs. Elmer DeCamp.
Associate Conductress Mrs. F. W.
Cook.
Secretary Miss Florida Condon.
Treasurer Mrs. George McGahagln.
Adah Mrs. J. A. Bouvier.
Ruth Mrs. B. F. Condon.
Esther Mrs. Bradford Webb.
Martha Mrs. C. E. Simmons.
Electa Mrs. H. A. Wesson.
Marshal Mrs. B. H. Norrls.
Chaplain Mrs. Hattie Webb.
Warder Mrs. R. E. Yonge.
Sentinel Mr. Elmer DeCamp.
Organist Miss Erin Yonge.

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Sickness as well as reverses visit
those who least expect them.
Money Deposited for Safe Keeping
In our bank is a splendid thing (o
have in time of necessity.. Now is a
good time to open an account. Call
and we will arrange all details.
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KOLB WEATHER KOMFORTS
We have the largest and best stock of Lap Robes and Storm Aprons
ever brought to this part of the state. To neglect to prepare yourself
with protection against the cold, disagreeable days that will soon be
here would be an unforgivable act when it is so easy to come here and
let us fix you up. Our stock of buggy tops, canopies and awnings is
also complete and we have enough horse blanket3 for all the "old Dob Dobbins"
bins" Dobbins" in this section. Don't fail to call on us when In need of any anything
thing anything In our line.
KNIGHT & LANG

New Hotel Astor

Corner Bay and Hogan Sts.
Jacksonville, Florida
RATES: $1 and Up

Running
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Water and
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Take Street Car at Union Station and
Get off at Hogan Street.

The Epworth League will hold its
regular devotional meeting tomorrow

afternoon at 3:.10 o'clock. Subject.

"Convincing in Conversion." Mis Ma Mamie
mie Mamie Counts will lead. Tho-e who will
take special part in th meeting are
Miss Nan Brooks, Miss Ruth Ervin
and Mr. Zelthman. Everybody invited
to attend.

Mr. A. J. Ersrance is in receipt of a
check for $115. won by his shrewdness
In guessing a puzzle. The check was
given in part payment for a lot in one
of the fast growing suburbs of Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Marion county evildoers
needn't hope that the live wire deputy
is going to shift his residence, however.

OJ lbs. Meal and Grits 23c
14 lbs Whole Grain Rice $1.00

Irish Potatoes, per peck 30c
Sweet Potatoes, per peck 20c
Cream of Wheat 15c
Large Snowdrift Compound. .$1.20
." Gallons Oil COc
7 liars Lenox Soap 25c
2 1-2 lb. Cans Ocean Gem Salmon 25c
3 Packages Jello 25c
3 Cans Hominy 25c
2 Cans Sunbeam Shrimp 25c
1 lb. Sunbeam Soda 5c
3 Sunbeam Mince Meat 25c
3 Sunbeam Corn Flakes 25c
Sunbeam Oatmeal 10c
4 -lb. Pkg. Van Hontons Cocoa. .25c
?2 -lb. Pkg. Van Houton's Cocoa . 45c
1-lb. Pkg. Van Houton's Cocoa. .83c
Best Cocoa on iiio Market
Pure Lard (home made) per can...30c

Sunbeam Hot tied Cider 35c
Cracker Hhj- Coffee 30e
Tm HotllrH Umn and Vanilla
Extract, loe. slie Lie

One Ilottle Lemon or Vanilla Ex

tract, 25c. nice 20c
White Ilouae Coffee, one pound.... 40c
White Houne Coffer two pound. .75c

White lloune Coffee three pouadM. I.oS

This is the last niaht of tht- Johnny
Jones Show, which has been giving
Ocala people so much amusement for
the past week. The show leaves for
Tampa tonight and will be in that
city all next week.

One of the women of the res:ri:t l
district was fined $100, with the option
of sixty days in jail, in the recorder's
court this mornina. jScnttn.?' was
suspended on condition of hr promis promising
ing promising to leave town. She male a dis disturbance
turbance disturbance on the streets the other
night and insulted a young lady and
her escort.

MEN Our illustrated catalogue ex explains
plains explains how be teach barber trade in
few weeks, mailed free. Molber Barber
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good music.

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the date and

friends. The

This charming little operetta to be

given by Mrs. Ellis for the benefit of

the Woman's Club building fund, at

the Temple Theater, Friday, Dec. 13

will be quite a treat for the people of

Ocala. There will be no tiresome wait waiting
ing waiting between acts as Mr. Green will run
some of his best pictures during the

intermission. Be sure to get your

tickets early and enjoy this dainty

beautiful pictures and

The tickets are for sale

Pharmacy. Don't forget

come and bring your

following is the cast:

Princess Snow White. Miss Susie Lou

Bills; Queen, Mrs. S. P. Eagleton;

Prince, Mr. Albert Gerig; Carl (hunts

man) Mr. Fred Drake.

Larce Falrle
Elizabeth Hocker, Agnes Burford

Elizabeth Bennett, Louise Ttentz, Eliz

abeth Home, Tho Beckham. Elizabeth

Wetherbee, Kit Davis, Buth L-e, Ellen

Stripling, Olive Whaley, Rose Wolf,

Susie Mae Counts, Marie Robinson,

Janet Culverhouse, Caroline Borden,

Caroline Peyser. Cornel'a Dozier

Caroline Riddle. Clifton Sexton, Marian

Meffert, Bhoda Thomas. Mollie Blalock,

Myrtie Blalock, Gertrude Wing. Lilian

Godbold, Louise Kea, Maggie McCranie,

Sarah Rentz. Gladys Osborn. Amy

Milla Haile, Margaret Jenkins. Eva

Hodges, Merris Carroll, Lilian Smith,

Lilian McCranie. Jim Haile, M. D
Haile.

Little Fair lew
Harrington Hall. Ben Borden, Wal

ton Coppase, Frances Clark, Frances

Melver, Fanita Cobb. Helen Magaw,

Emaline Blalock. Sarah Jackson. Nell

Wallis. Lucy Stanley. Elizabeth Mur Murray,
ray, Murray, Dorothy Adams. Dorothy Kea
Dorothy Simmons. Edith Killebrew.

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Green, James Ellis, Bob Chace,

Chace, William Richie.
Vatcrn
Drake, Harris Powers.

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or luck or even satisfaction, and

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Lake Weir Sand and Crushed Rock
MANUFACTURERS OF ;
Cement Blocks and all kinds of Cement Forms, from
stock or special designs. Contractors in Cement
Sidewalks, Curbing, and Street Paving of all de descriptions.
scriptions. descriptions. Residences or Stores contracted in
in Brick. Stone and Cement.
Contracts taken anywhere in the state. Esti Estimates
mates Estimates furnished on request.
OFFICE AMD YARDS NORTH MAIN STREET
monc 331 OCALA, FLORIDA

F. E. McCLAXK, M. D.
Specialist in Chronic Diseases
THE DR. (VTCLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND
ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
Ocala, Florida
PHONES: OFFICE:
Office, 333. Eulte 1 to 7 Holder Block. SouthwMt
Dr. McClane ResHpnce, 407. Corner of Public Iquare
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after 7 p. m. car a day.

MOTEL
' JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST
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Miss Carolina Harris- entertained
the Fannie Fl. Gary Chapter C. of C.
yesterday afternoon. .After the busi business
ness business metin and election of officers,
refreshments were served. The fol following
lowing following of fleers were elected:
President Caroline Harriss.
V. rresident Annie Tope Easleton.
Secretary Rexle Todd.
Treasurer Mary Harriet Livingston.
Historian ?us:e Ervin.

K STERN TAH SKWIXO CIRCLE

Mrs. A. E. Burnett will entertain the
Eastern Star Sewin? Circle on Wed Wednesday.
nesday. Wednesday. Chance of regular meeting

day on account of this bein? the 40th i

marriage anniversary of Mr. and Mrs.

'f"5yA. F. WILSON, Ass'l Mgr.

Eurnett and Mrs. Eurr.ett,
matron elect desires to" have
members of the charter with
this day.

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The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
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OCALA EttENIXG STAR,

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1912

III S BE

(Continued from Thirl Pag)
of the world which requires us. if we
would maintain our navy as an insur insurance
ance insurance of peace, to augment our naval
force by at least two battleships a year
and by battle cruisers, gunboat, tor torpedo
pedo torpedo destroyers and ubmarlne boats
la a proper proportion. We have no
desire for war. We would go as far a
any nation In the world to avoid war,
but we are a world power.
Department of Justice.
This department has lieen very ac active
tive active in the enforcement of the law. It
has been better organized and with a
larger force than ever before in the
history of the government The prose prosecutions
cutions prosecutions which have been successfully
concluded and which are now pending
testify to the effectiveness of the de departmental
partmental departmental work.
The prosecution of trusts under the
Sherman anti-trust law has gone on
without restraint or diminution, and
decrees similar to those entered in the
Standard Oil and the tobacco cases
Lave been entered in other suits, like
the suits against the powder trust and
the bathtub trust I am very strongly
convinced that a steady, consistent
course in this regard, with a continu continuing
ing continuing of supreme court decisions "upon
new phases of the trust question not
already finally decided, is going to of offer
fer offer a solution of this much discussed
and troublesome issue in a quiet, culm
and judicial way without any radical
legislation changing the governmental
policy in regard to combinations now
denounced by the Sherman anti-trust
law.
I have already recommended as an
aid In this matter legislation which
would declare unlawful certain well
known phases of unfair competition
in' interstate trade, and I have also
advocated voluntary national incor incorporation
poration incorporation for the larger industrial en enterprises,
terprises, enterprises, with provision for a closer
supervision by the bureau of corpora
tions or a board appointed for the pur-,

pose, so as to make more certain com- j Foley.s Honey and Tar Compound, it
pliance with the anti-trustf law on theglves almost instant relief and stop3
one hand and to give greater security i a cough promptly. It soothes and
to the stockholders against possible heal3. Contains no opiates. Sold by
prosecutions on the other. the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.

I, believe, however, that the orderly
course litigation in the courts and
the regular prosecution of trusts charg charged
ed charged with the violation of the antitrust
law is producing among business men
a clearer and clearer perception of the
line of distinction between business
that is to be encouraged and business
that is to be condemned, and that in
this quiet way the question of trusts
can be settled and competition retain retained
ed retained as an economic force to secure rea reasonableness
sonableness reasonableness in prices and freedom and
independence in trade.
Reform of Court Procedure.
I am glad to bring to the attention
of congress the fact that the supreme
court has radically altered the equity
rules governing the procedure on the
equity side of all federal courts, and
though, as these changes have not been
yet put In practice so as to enable us
to state from actual results what the
reform will accomplish, they are jof
such a character that we can reason reasonably
ably reasonably prophesy that they will greatly
reduce the time and cost of litigation
in such courts. The court has adopted
many of the shorter methods of the
present English procedure, and, while
it may take a little while for the pro profession
fession profession to accustom Itself to these
methods, it la certain greatly to facili facilitate
tate facilitate litigation. The action of the su supreme
preme supreme court has been so drastic and so
full of appreciation of the necessity for
a great reform in court procedure that
I have no hesitation In following up
this action with a recommendation
Which I foreshadowed in my message
of three years ago, that the sections of
the statute governing the procedure in
the federal courts on the common law
side should be so amended as to give
to the supreme court the same right to
make rules of procedure In common
law as they have since the beginning
of the court exercised in equity.
I do not doubt that a full considera consideration
tion consideration of the subject will enable the
court while giving effect to the sub substantial
stantial substantial differences in right and reme remedy
dy remedy between the system of common
law and the system of equity so to
unite the two procedures into the form
of one civil action and to shorten the
procedure In such civil action as to
furnish a model to all the state courts
exercising concurrent jurisdiction with
the federal courts of first Instance.
Under the statute now in force the
common law procedure in each federal
court is made to conform to the pro procedure
cedure procedure in the state in which the court
Is held. In these days, whe we
should be making progress In court
procedure, such a conformity statute
makes the federal method too depend dependent
ent dependent upon the action of state legisla legislatures.
tures. legislatures. I can but think it a great op opportunity
portunity opportunity for congress to intrust to
the highest tribunal In this country,
evidently Imbued with a strong spirit
In favor of a reform of procedure, the
power to frame a model code of pro procedure,
cedure, procedure, which, while preserving all
that is valuable and necessary of the
rights and remedies at common law
and in equity, shall lessen the burden
of the poor litigant to a minimum in
the expedition and cheapness with
which his cause can be fought or de defended
fended defended through federal courts to final
judgment
Workman's Compensation Act.
I say again that I think no act can
have a better effect directly upon the
relations between the employer ami
employee than this act applying to
railroads and common carriers of an
interstate character, and I am sure
that the passage of the act would
greatly relieve the courts of the heav heaviest
iest heaviest burden of litigation that they
have and would enable them to dis dispatch
patch dispatch other business with a speed nev never
er never before attained In courts of Justice
In this country.
The White House, Dec. 6, 1912.
In a Pincb, use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE
Ladle can wear shoes one size mailer after using
Allen's Foot-Ease, the antiseptic powder for the feet.
It nukes tight or new shoes reel eaor; gives instant
relief to corns and bunions. It's the greatest com comfort
fort comfort discovery of th age. Relieves swollen feet, blis blisters,
ters, blisters, calkxis and sore spots. It is a certain relief for
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Break in New shoes. Sold everywhere, 25c. f7
merrpt ny luhstitute. For KKEK trial package,
address Alien S. Olmsted, Le Koy, N. Y.
Moos meet Thursday evening.

P-HtTICl'LAHLY APPROPRI ATB

CHRISTMAS PRESENT
Get a set of the standard authors
for a Christmas present. Nothing
makes a handsomer or more lasting
present. You can get anything in the
line of fiction or reference books on
the most attractive terms at the Ocala
News Co. Also a line of copyrights,
and in fact, and kind of book you
want for old and young.
SOUTHER RESCUE MISSIO.V
The Southern Rescue Mission, of
which A. W. Elliott is the president
and general manager, had the formal
opening of it beautiful home in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville today, and has announced that
any unfortunate girl in the state whose
sins have brought her down to shame
and disgrace, but who would like to
return to a pure life, will be taken
into the home upon application and
given every assistance possible.
"This home has been established."
says Mr. Elliott, at the expense of
much labor and the aid of many
friends, and it is our earnest desire j
that the girl who has made the mis mistake
take mistake of falling into this loathsome
sin, and whose sense of honor is still
keen and would draw her back to a
pure life, will not hesitate to write for
admittance at once."
The headquarters of this institution
is at Atlanta, Ga., where all corres correspondence
pondence correspondence should be addressed. Remem Remember
ber Remember that this mission is anxious to
help any girl who needs help. All cor correspondence
respondence correspondence should be addressed to
the Southern Rescue Mission, No. 82 N.
Pryor street, Atlanta, Ga.
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It's a woman's nature to
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Pearl tooth brushes are sold at
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A pretty girl will turn a man's head
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When children cought a great deal
it is time to take notice or something
6erious will develop. A few doses of
BALLARD'S HOREIIOUND SYRUP
may ward off a spell of sickness. Price,
25c, 50c. and $1 per bottle. Sold by
all druggists. Ad.
Even the intoxication of love may
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ing morning after.
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NOTICE
Of Application for I'nnlon
Notice is hereby given under Section
4074 of the Statutes of the state of
Florida, that H. R. Robinson will make
application to the pardoning board of
the state of Florida, meeting at Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, Florida, in regular session, for
a pardon, the said E. R. Robinson hav having
ing having been convicted on a charge of em embezzlement,
bezzlement, embezzlement, said conviction taking
place in Marion county, the place of
the commission of the alleged offence,
at the spring term of the circuit court
thereof, 1912 A. D.
Signed: E. R. Robinson.
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h;s Sin- w s ff-stoo-.ewl with
'(. ??; HuiiVs from ihe w;itr lire-
t!.' t'! !r towering stetd mnt.
Tho i!!u:..i:iat!n of the xifv-ir of
the ftiier.s hftjsf w:is remarimh'.o.
Th strn- aii'l iron fonce surroqn'i surroqn'i-in
in surroqn'i-in the block, which hnd len built at
a -ost of a l.iiiuhv thousand dollars.
w:i litoral'.y ablaze with lights The
house was illumined from it founda
tions to the top of each towering
minnret with ruby colored lights.
Stuart passed up the grand stairs i
through a row of gorgeous mitikies
and greeted his hostess.
Nun grasped his hand with a smile
of joy
"You are to lead me in to dinner.
Jim, at the stroke of 8."
"I'll not forget." Stuart answered,
his face Hushing with surprise at the
unexpected honor.
"Cal wishes to see you at once. You
will find him in the library."
Hi vens mot him at the door.
Ab. there you are!" he cried cor

dlally. Cotue back downstairs withjtarrh is a blood or constitutional
me. I want you to see some people disease, and in order to cure it you
as thev come in tonight. I've a lot jmust take internal remedies. Hall's
of futiny things to tell you atmut latarrh Cure is taken Internally, and
them" jacts directly upon the blood and mu-
.... ... ;cous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
Ihe houst. was crowded with an jnot a medicine. It was pre-
army of servants, attendants, urns,- ;scribed by one of the best pnysicians
clans, singers, entertainers and re ,in tMs COUntry for years and is a res res-porters
porters res-porters jiilar prescription. It is composed of
The doctor had been recognized by ;the best tonics known, combined with
one of the butlers whom he had Ik ;the best blood purifiers, acting direct direct-friended
friended direct-friended on his arrival from the ()ld;ly on the mucous surfaces. The per per-World.
World. per-World. The grateful fellow had gonejfect combination of the two lngre lngre-out
out lngre-out of the wav to make him at home. !dients ,s what Produces such wonder wonder-and
and wonder-and in his enthusiasm had put nn.nl-ijul fes,ults !n, cu,rinS atTa"h Sen

cove which opened off the ball rwm,
at his and Harriet's disposal.
The
doctor was elated at this evidence of

Bivens irood feeling and again con j
gratulated himself on his common j What about the high cost of Christ Christ-sense
sense Christ-sense in coming. jmas presents.
Ilivens led Stuart to a position near I
the grand stairway, from which he foils a FOUL PLOT
could greet his guests as they re- When a sha.meful plot exists be be-turned
turned be-turned from their formal presentation ; tween liver and bowels to cause dis dis-to
to dis-to the hostess tress by refusing to act, take Dr.
He kept up a running fire of bio K'a ?ew Life r"18- a end sutf
.. . ... .abuse of your system. They gently
graphical comment which amused pel rhfht action of stomach liver
Stuart beyond measure. It was a rev janil bovvf.i5, anil rt.store your health
elation of the crooked ways in which :anil all sooJ feelings. 25c. at Tydings
Hivens" guests or their fathers or grand jtfc Company. Ad.
fathers had amassed their millions, j
many of them by robbing the govern j Tomorrow's task is always easier
rncnt. the people. I than today'.
"The world has never heard most i

of these stories that's funny!" Stuart,
Tclaimod after a time.
"Not so funny, Jim. when you think
of the power of money to make the
world forget. God only knows how
many fortunes in America had their
origin in thefts from the Motion during
the civil war, and the systematic
frauds that hae been practised on our
government since. I've tr.rr.ed s
pretty sharp tri'-ks. dim. in striking
my game in th;v hi man hunt of XY.ih
street, but at least I've never r.::' .d
the Wounded or ilu- dead on a l.i'.tle
held and I've never used a dark Ian
tern to tret into the government vaults
at Washington. I'm not asking you
to stand for that."
"If you did"-
"Yes, I know the answer, but speak
goftly. his majesty the king npproat lies
-long live the king'"
Divens spoke in low. half joking
tones, but the excitement of his voice
told Stuart only too plainly that he
fully appreciated the royal honor his
majesty v.is paying in this the tirt
social vNit he had ever made to ,:
homo. The king gave him a pleasant
nod and grasped Stuart's hand wish
a hearty cordial grip. He was a mm
of few words, but he always said ex exactly
actly exactly what he thought.
"I'm glad to meet you. Mr. Stuart
You've done us a good turn in sending
some of our crooks to the penitentiary.
You've cleared the air and made it
possible for an o!d fashioned banker to
breathe in New York, it's fl pleasure
to shake ha 'ids with you
The kimr paed on into the crowd,
the focus of a h ipdred admiring eyes,
(livens could scanely believe his e vs
when he listened with open m'it!i
while his majesty spoke to Smart
"Great Scott. Jim!" lie gasped at last
"That's the longest speech 1 ever l!t-.-trJ
him make. I knew you had scored the
biggest hit any lawyer has made in
this town in a generation, but 1 never
dreamed you'd capture the king's im imagination.
agination. imagination. I'm beginning to think my
offt r wasn't so generous after all Look
here, you've got to promise me cue
thing right now When ou do go in
to make your pi!e it shall be with me
and no other man
Nan passed and threw him a r:r:
ciotis smile
"It wi!i Le with you if I go. Cal. 1
promise. At least tii king is one ex exception
ception exception to your indictment of nil great
fortunes
"That's the funniest thing of ;.:!."
Civens whispered "He's not an ex exception.
ception. exception. Tnderstand. I'm loyal to the
king. He's a wonder. I like him I
like his big head, his big shaggy eye eyebrows,
brows, eyebrows, his big hands and big feet. I
like to hear h'm growl and snap hi-s
answer -Yes." No that means life or
death to men who kneel at his feet.
Tie's a dead game sport. But he. too.
has his little blots in his early copy copybooks
books copybooks at school if you care to turn the
pages."
"So"' Stuart interrupted incredu
lously.
"Y'es. sir; be turned the slickest trick
on Uncle Sam of all the bunch. He
was a youngster, and it was his first
deal. When the civil war broke out the
government had no guns for the volun volunteers
teers volunteers lie learned that there were
5,000 old Hall carbines stored a wav

amou;: tiif juii its vue or tan national
arsenal m .w York. lie bought
these vuti u a credit for a sons,
about 11 apie-e. aiid shipped them to
Genera! Fremont, who was in St. Ixni
howling for :'rrt; Fremont agreed to
pay y-J-J r "L, fr t! new rie and
closed th" doi! at nr.."? br drawing on
the ?ovr!initT;t f r enons to enab'?
the youu buri-aneer to jay his three
dollar loutravt price to Uncle Sauj iu
New vtu :.nd lay aside a snug im
for a rainy day ties ides.
"When Fremont found that the puns
were wom.ie?H advised the pov pov-emment
emment pov-emment to stop payment on the ral ral-ance.
ance. ral-ance. It was stopped oa the ground of
fraud. And then the yonngster show showed
ed showed the stuff he was made of. Lid he
crawl and apologize': Not math. lie
sued the L'mted States government tor
the full amount and pushed that suit
to the supreme cuiirt. in the face of
the siitHrs vi his enemies he won and
took the full amount with lnter?t.
lie's the- king today tiecause ce was
bom a king lis father was a million,
aire before him lie's the greatest
finaii'.-iai genius of tae century."
Wren paused and a dreamy look
came iui.j me h.acU eyes
"Jim." he continued with slow em emphasis,
phasis, emphasis, -j d rata-r get my fingers on
his throat in ; death stniggie than
lead the comhmeu armies of the world
to victory
Stuart was silent.
The soft tones of hidden oriental
gongs heg.;:i t chime the call for din dinner.
ner. dinner. The chime melted into a Leau-

tiful piece of orchestral music wnicn
seemed to teal from the sky. so skill skillfully
fully skillfully had the musicians been conceal concealed.
ed. concealed. Nan suddenly appeared hy Stuart's
side, and be was given the honor of
leading his hostess into the banquet
hall before even the king, while the
great ones of earth slowly followed.
(Continued Monday)
CATARIIH CAXOT BE CURED
with local applications, as they can cannot
not cannot reach the seat of the disease. Ca-
Props., Toledo. O. Sold by all
druggists, price 75c. Take Hall's Fam-
ily Pni3 for constipation. Ad.
Dr. v m. badier, author or "The
Cause and Cure of Colds," says that
common colds should be taken serious seriously,
ly, seriously, especially when they "hang on."
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound is a
reliable household medicine for coughs
and colds, equally effective for child children
ren children and for grown persons. Take It
when you feel a cold coming on. It
will avert danger of serious results
and cure quickly. No harmful drugs.
Sold in Ocala by the Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore. Ad.
The
also.
price of Christmas trees is up
DOt nT DISAPPEARS
o One In Ocala Who Ha Had a Rad
Hack Can Ignore ThU Donble
Proof
Does your back ever ache?
Have you suspected your kidneys?
Backache is kidney ache.
With it comes dizzy spells.
Sleepless nights, tired, dull days.
Distressing urinary disorders.
Cure the kidneys to cure it all.
Doan's Kidney Pills bring quick re relief
lief relief Bring many thorough, lasting cures.
You have read Ocala proof.
Real now the Ocala sequel.
Renewed testimony; tested by time.
C. F. Hays. 271 Orange St., Ocala.
Fla., says: "I think that' heavy lifting
caused by kidneys to become disorder disordered.
ed. disordered. I suffered intensely from pains In
my back and often I was so stiff and
lame that I could hardly do my work.
I also had headaches. When a friend
toll me about Doan's Kidney Pills, I
began using them. I am now glad
that I did so for they gave me more
relief than all the other medicines I
had ever taken. To say that I endorse
Doan's Kidney Pills is puting the fact
mildly." (Statement given May 13.
1008).
A LaatlnK Effect
In March, 1911, when Mr. Hays was
interviewed, he said: "I gladly confirm
my former endorsement of Doan's Kid Kidney
ney Kidney Pills, for the benefit they brought
me lias been lasting. You may con continue
tinue continue to publish my statement."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Rrmemh-r the name Doan's and
take no other. (Adv.)
Next thine: to figure is the number
of days before the regular baseball
seasen.
You will find that druggists every everywhere
where everywhere speak well of Chamberlain's
Cousrh Remedy. They know from long
experience in the sale of it that in
cases of coughs and colds It can al always
ways always be depended upon, and that It Is
phasant and safe to take. For sale
by all dealers Ad.
T'::- man who borrows
r.ver a-k-d to pay it back.
'rouble
We wish to call your attention to the
f.; t that most infectious d'seases such
as whoopinc cough, diphtheria and
scarl-t fever are contracted when the
child has a cold. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy will quickly cure a cold and
greatly le.-sen the danger of contract contract-in
in contract-in srthese diseases. This remedy Is
famou for its cures cf colds. It con contains
tains contains no opium or other narcotic and
may be giver, to a child wth implicit
confidence. Sold by all dealers. Ad-
It's to-jsh on the society bud who
marries a blooming: idiot.

ASTHMA
CATARRH
CURED
Expert Medical Seleatlalsj A
Startllag Resalta Obtained
by Sen pine
New Tor to ou sands are taking
advantage of the generous offei made
by the Wood worth Co., 1161 Broadway.
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mental experimental package of Senplne, the great
discovery for asthma, hay fever, bron bronchitis
chitis bronchitis and catarrh, whick is mailed
free of charge to all who write for it.
It is curing thousands of the most
stubborn cases. It makes no differ difference
ence difference how long you have been suffer suffering
ing suffering or bow severe the climatic con conditions
ditions conditions are where you live, Senplne
will cure you.
If you have experimented with oth other
er other treatments and have failed to find
a cure do not be discouraged but send
for a trial of this wonderful truly mer meritorious
itorious meritorious remedj "which is a scientific
compound discovered by a professor
of Vienna University, and Is being
recommended by thuuaands-

It's easy to get a man to agree with
you if he wants to bo-row money.
IF YOU KNEW
The merits of Hall's Texas "Wonder you
would never suffer from kidney, blad bladder
der bladder or rheumatic troubles. A dollar
bottle Is sixty days treatment. Seldom
one bottle fails to cure. Send for tes testimonials.
timonials. testimonials. Dr. E. W. Hall, 292S Olive
St, St. Louis. Mo. Sold by all druggists.
A man is apt to be suspicious ef
pretty girl who talks only common
sense.
DRIVES OFF" A TERROR
The chief executioner of death In
the winter and spring months is pneu pneumonia.
monia. pneumonia. Its advance agents are colds
and grip. In any attack by one ofi
these maladies no time should be lost
in taking the best medicine obtaina obtainable
ble obtainable to drive it off. Countless thou
sands have found this to be Dr. King's
New Discovery. "My husband believes
jit has kept him from having pneumon-
ia three or four times," writes Mrs.
George W. Place, Rawsonville, Vt.,
! and for coughs, colds and croup we
jhave never found its equal." Guaran Guaran-;
; Guaran-; teen for all bronchial affections. Price.
! 50c. and $1. Trial bottle free at Ty Ty-'
' Ty-' dings & Company. Ad.
The Turks now declare that they
I were not ready. No nation has yet
ibeen found that was ready to be beat beat-en
en beat-en Boston Advertiser.
THEY ALWAYS HELP
ELDERLY PEOPLE
Foley Kidney Pills give Just the help
elderly people need to tone and
strengthen their kidneys and bladder
and regulate their action. John Mc Mc-Masters,
Masters, Mc-Masters, Streator, 111., says: "I feel
better and stronger than I have for
many years, and Foley Kidney Pills
did it." Sold in Ocala ly the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.
The man who invariably dreads
; Christmas, and then goes ahead and
has the time of his life, is a frequent
enough type.
A DesMoines man had cn attack of
muscular rheumatism in his shoulder.
A friend advised him to go to Hot
Springs. That meant an expense of
$150 or more. He sought for a quick quicker
er quicker and cheaper way to cure it and
found it in Ohamberlaln's Liniment.
Three days after the first application
of this liniment he was welL For
sale by all dealers. Ad.
n ver-v consoling to a homely
;girl to be told that a beautiful dispo
sition is more admirable than a beau beau-;
; beau-; tiful face.
! Rub the Joints with BALLARD'S
iSNOW LINIMENT to relieve rheuma-
tism. It penetrates the flesh to. the
! bone conveying its soothing and re re-'storative
'storative re-'storative influence to the spot where
ithe pain exists. Price, 25c, 50c. and
51 per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Ad.
After the fight is over, many a man
is sorry he didn't compromise.
BETTER. TITAN SPAM KING
Spanking does not cure children of
bed-wetting. There is a constitutional
cause for this trouble. Mrs. M. Sum Summers,
mers, Summers, Box W. South Bend, Ind., will
send free to any mother her success successful
ful successful home treatment, with full Instruc Instructions.
tions. Instructions. Send no money, but write her
(today if yovr children trouble you In
jthis way. Don't blame the child, the
chances are it can et help It. This
treatment also cures adults "and aged
people troubled with urine difficulties
by day or night. 24.
DISSOLUTION- NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that J. E.
Klock has withdrawn from the firm
formerly known as Kramer & Klock.
The business will be conducted in the
future by H. A. Kramer, who assumes
all obligations owing by the firm.
H. A, Kramer.
J. E. Klock.
This November 20th, 1912.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all cred creditors,
itors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claim? and de demands
mands demands airainst the estate of R. J. Nel Nelson,
son, Nelson, deceased, to present said claims
duly proven to the undersiarned within
one year from the date of the first
publication of this notice, to-wit: Au August
gust August 21st. 11M2. J. P. Galloway,
Sheriff and Ex-officio Administrator of
the Estate of R. J. Kelson. Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby sriven to all credi creditors,
tors, creditors, leeatees. distributees and all
other persons having claims and de demands
mands demands aaainst the estate of Robert
McDonaM, deceased, to present sail
claims duly proven to the undersigned
ivithin one Tear from the date of the
first publication of this notice, to-wit:
August 7th. 1&12.
Robert J. McDonald,
s Administrator Estate of Robert D
McDonald, Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADOPTION
Notice is hereby given that on the
26th day of October. A. D. ltlg. the
undersia-ned will apply to the Honora Honorable
ble Honorable W. S. Mullock, jui-e of the circuit
court of the fifth judicial circuit of
Florida, in and for Marion county, at
his office in Ocala. Florida, to legalize
the adoption of one T. P. Lloyd Hill, a
minor child of Agnes Hill, by the un undersigned.
dersigned. undersigned. In the event of the absence of the
sa: 1 judge o:
the event of other
ousmess or sa;J judge shall prevent
tht- hearing of said application at the
time designated, the same will be
presented as soon thereafter as the
same may be heard. A&mes Lloyd.
This September 21st, 1912.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all cred
itors. legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de demands
mands demands aarainst the estate of Selwyn E.
Rowe. deceased, to present said Halms
duly proven to the undersigned within
two years from the date of the first
publication of this notice, to-wit: Sep September
tember September 30th. 1&12. Mary E. Eogie,
Administratrix of the Estate of Selwyn
E. Rowe, Deceased.

XOTICn OF INCORPORATION

To Whom It May Concern:
You are hereby notified that we, the
undersigned, shall apply to His Ex Excellency,
cellency, Excellency, the governor of the state of
Florida, at his office in Tallahassee, on
the fth day of January. A. D. 11S.
for letters patent incorporating us,
our associates and successors, into a
body politic and corporate, in deed
and in law. by the name, for the pur purpose
pose purpose and upon the terms set forth in
our charter, which Is now on file in
the office of the secretary of state, at
Tallahassee, and a copy of which is
below set out as a part of this notice.
This the 31st day of October. A. D.
1912. A. C. Blowers.
H. Cramer.
Geo. A. Blowers.
CHARTER OF THE It LOWERS LIME
AND PHOSPHATE CO 31 PAN V
The undersigned, A. C. Blowers.
George A. Elowers and Hiram Cramer,
do hereby associate themselves to together
gether together for the purpose of becoming
incorporated and transacting divers
businesses as a corporation for profit,
under the laws of the state of Florida:
and do hereby adopt the following as
the charter of such corporation:
ARTICLE I.
The name of this corporation shall
be It LOWERS LIME AND PHOSPHATE
COMPANY, and its place of business
shall be at the city of St. Petersburg,
in Pinellas county. Florida, and Ocala.
in Marion county. Florida. with
branch offices or places of business at
such other points as may, from time
to time, become necessary or conven convenient,
ient, convenient, to be fixed in the by-laws of the
corporation.
ARTICLE II,
This corporation proposes, and ia
empowered, to transact the following
businesses:
1. To acquire, by lease or pur purchase,
chase, purchase, lime and phosphate lands, to
develop same, and to sell the products
thereof, as well as the lands or lease leaseholds
holds leaseholds so acquired.
2. To manufacture brick, lime and
cement. commercial fertillrer and
kindred products: to acquire, own and
operate all necessary machinery for
such purposes; and to sell said pro products,
ducts, products, as well as said machinery.
3. To engase generally in the man manufacture,
ufacture, manufacture, buying and selling of the
above mentioned products, including
concrete blocks for building, paving or
other purposes, and all by-products
thereof.
4. To deal in any and all kinds of
real estate, by purchasing, holding, im improving,
proving, improving, letting to rent, developing
ana selling same, or products there therefrom,
from, therefrom, and by doing any and all things
incident to such business.
5. To deal in any and all kinds of
personal property, by buying, holding,
letting to hire, and selling same, in including
cluding including live stock, farm implements,
machinery, vehicles, automobiles, bi bicycles,
cycles, bicycles, motorcycles and other per personal
sonal personal property.
6. To lay out. equip, conduct and
control, on lands it may own or lease
for the purpose, amusement and pleas pleasure
ure pleasure resorts, with nower to sell and
grant concessions thereon for refresh refreshment
ment refreshment stands, lunch-rooms and other
accessories to such places.
7. To do a general lumber business,
owning and operating lumber mills
and lumber yards, manufacturing,
buying and selling any and all kinds
of lumber and building material pro produced
duced produced therefrom.
8. To acquire, own and operate
electric plants and gas plants, manu manufacturing
facturing manufacturing and selling gas and elec electricity
tricity electricity for lighting, heating, power
and other purposes, and constructing
lines, pipes and conduits for the trans transmission
mission transmission thereof: and selling all by byproducts
products byproducts of such plants.
9. To own and operate boat lines,
steamboats, steamships, sailing vessels
and all kinds of water craft, and the
docks, harbors, wharves, piers and
shipyards connected therewith.
10. To conduct general merchandise
and comissary stores, buying and
selling, hy wholesale and retail, im importing
porting importing and exporting, all kinds of
goods, wares, merchandise, groceries,
drugs, chemicals, foods, feed stuffs,
fruits, vegetables, farm products, farm
implements, fertilizers, and all other
merchantable commodities
11. To purchase, invest in and sell
stocks, promissory notes, bills of ex exchange,
change, exchange, bonds and mortgages or other
securities: and to loan money on real
estate mortgage, chattel mortgage or
other, security.
12. To acquire, conduct and con control,
trol, control, or rent out. hotels, restaurants,
cafes, boarding houses, rooming
houses, apartment houses, store houses,
garages, livery and feed stables.
l.t. To acquire, own and cultivate
farms, truck gardens and citrus fruit
groves, and to ell or otherwise dis dis-pose
pose dis-pose of the products thereof, and the
property so acquired.
14. To conduct a general real estate
and rental aienov, acting a the agent
or broker of others in buying or .sell .sell-ir.sr,
ir.sr, .sell-ir.sr, renting or letting to rent, any
and all kinds of real property; in col collecting
lecting collecting purchase money or rentals on
such real property: In procuring ten tenants
ants tenants for any such property; and in
managing generally all such proper properties
ties properties with power on the part of the
corporation to guarantee the income
or rents of the said property for any
given period.
15. To conduct a general loan
agency, acting as the agent or borrow borrower
er borrower or lender in procuring and placing
loans on real estate, chattel or other
security, with power to guarantee the
title and sufficiency of the security of offered.
fered. offered. 16. To conduct a general Insurance
agency, acting as agent of any com company
pany company engaged in the business of
writing any of the following classes
of insurance, to-wit: fire, life, acci accident,
dent, accident, health, tornado. automobile,
burglary and pdate glass.
17. To conduct a general advertis advertising
ing advertising agency, acting as agent for any
one in contracting for advertising
space in newspapers, magazines, pe periodicals,
riodicals, periodicals, pamphlets and catalogues;
and in preparing such advertising
"matter, furnishing same to the pub publisher,
lisher, publisher, and in superintending the pub publication
lication publication thereof.
18. To conduct a general employ employment
ment employment agency, acting as the agent of
any one seeking employment or seek seeking
ing seeking to employ helj or labor.
1U. To own. conduct and sell dairies
and dairy products, of any and all
kinds.
20. To own and operate coal mines,
coal yards and wood yards; and to buy
and sell coal and wood for fuel and
other purposes.
21. To develop and operate and sell
oil wells and salt wells; and to sell
the output thereof in the crude or
manufactured state.
22. To own and operate, by steam
or other power, any and all kinds of
mills for the grinding of wneat, corn,
sugar-cane, stone or other thing, on
behalf of the corporation, or others
for a compensation.
And to exercise any and all powers
incident to the powers above' enumer enumerated,
ated, enumerated, and another powers given to
corporations Tn general by the laws of
the state of Florida.
And, in addition to the foregoing
powers, the corporation shall have the
power to lease, purchase, hold, sell and
convey, any and all property necessary
or convenient to the transaction of any
of said businesses, or which the pur purposes
poses purposes of the corporation may require,
or which it shall and may acquire in
satisfaction or partial satisfaction of
debts due the corporation, under sales,
judgments or mortaaires, or in settle settlement
ment settlement or partial settlement of debts
due the corporation by any of its deb debtors.
tors. debtors. Rut this charter does not grant, and
shall not be construed as granting, to
the said corporation anv powers that
belong exclusively to trust companies
or public service or other corporations
under any of the laws of the state of
Florida.
ARTICLE III.
The capital stock of this corpora corporation
tion corporation shall be fifty thousand 150.000)
dollars, divided into five hundred (500)
shares of the par value of one hundred
.100) dollars each, ten per cent of
which capital stock shall be paid in as
soon as letters patent are issued, and
the balance as called for by the board
of directors, upon thirty days' notice
of such call, and not more than twen-twenty-five
(25) per cent shall be call called
ed called for at any one time. Property, la labor
bor labor or services may also ue purchased
or paid for with capital stock at a
ju.-t valuation of such r.roperty, labor
or services, to be fixed by the directors
of the corporation at a meeting called
for such purposes.
ARTICLE IV.
This corporation shall exist for the
period of ninety-nine years from the
date of its letters patent.
ARTICLE V.
The business of this corporation
shall be managed and conducted by a
president, a "board of directors, a
treasurer, and such other officers and
asrents as the corporation may author authorize
ize authorize by its by-laws hereafter to be
adopted. The annual meeting of the
stockholders shall be held on the first
Tuesday in January, at which time
said officers shall be elected in such
manner as shall be "prescribed by the
.-aid by-laws, and in conformity to the
laws of Florida. And, until the of officers
ficers officers elected at the first annual elec election
tion election shall have qualified, the said
businesses shall be conducted by A. C.
Blower?, president. Hiram Cramer,
secretary, and George A. Blowers,

treasurer, and by these three a
board of directors.
ARTICLE VI.
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which thi corporation
can at any time subject itself shall be
the sum of one hundred thousand
tl.00) dollars,
ARTICLE VII.
The undersigned, A. C. Blowers who
resides in the city of Pineville. atate
of Kentucky, hereby subscribe i for
thirty tSO) shares of the capital stock
of this corporation. The undersigned.
George A. Blowers. who resides in
the said city of Pineville. hereby sub subscribes
scribes subscribes for ten 10) shares of the cap capital
ital capital stock of this corportiom The un undersigned,
dersigned, undersigned, liiram Cramer, who resides
in Kendrick Marion county. Florida,
hereby subscribes for ten (10) shares
of the capital stock of this corpora corporation.
tion. corporation. In witness whereof, the said incor incorporators
porators incorporators .do hereby subscribe their
names and affix their seals, this the
2Sth day of October, A. D. 1912.
A. C. Blowers, (Seal).
H. Cramer, (Seal).
Geo. Blowers. Seal).
Witnessed by: F. VV. Ditto. Mamie E.
Fox.
State of Florida,
County of Marion.
I. the undersigned notary public, do
hereby certify that A. C. Blowers. 11.
Cramer and Geo. A. Blowers, who are
known to me to be the persons describ described
ed described in the foregoing articles of incor incorporation,
poration, incorporation, this day appeared before me,
in said county, and each acknowledged
that he sismed the said articles for the
purpose of forming the corporation
therein named.
Witness my hand and official seal,
this the 6th day of October. A. I. 1912.
(Notary Seal) Mamie E. Fox.
Notary Public.
My commission expires February 10,
1S13.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOIl LETTERS PATENT
Notice is hereby j:lven that we, the
undersigned, four weeks after the
publication of this notice, will apply to
the governor of the state of Florida for
letters patent to issue under the fol following
lowing following proposed charter:
11. C. Groves.
Lee Groves.
A. Adcock.
COPY OF PROPOSED CHARTER
We, the undersigned, hereby associate
ourselves together for the purpose of
becoming incorporated under the laws
of the state of Florida applicable tot
corporations for profit.
Article I. Name
The name of this corporation shall be
"Anti-Monopoly Drug Store." and Its
principal place of business shall be at
Ocala. Florida: but it may establish
branch oftices and businesses In any
otner place or places which its board
of directors may select.
Artirie 1 1 ItuMlnewii
The general nature of the business
to be transacted by this corporation
shall be to own and operate a general
drug establishment and to buy and
sell all kinds of drutss both wholesale
and retail and all kinds of merchandise
usually handled by, druggists and to
carry on and to operate a general m er errant
rant errant Me business; to manufacture all
kinds of medicines In compliance with
the laws of the government and the
state; to buy and sell all kinds of per personal
sonal personal property; to lend and to borrow
money and In the transaction of such
business to give mortgages and other
securities; to buy and to sell real es estate
tate estate and to hold same for any purpose
for which such real estate may be
adapted: to manage, control and Im Improve
prove Improve any real estate which the cor corporation
poration corporation may acquire, and to do any
and all things requisite for the carry carrying
ing carrying out of the foregoing purposes.
Article II!. CupUnl M?rk
The amount of capital Rtock of this
corporation shall be $15,000, divided
into one-hundred fifty shares of a par
value of $100 each, any or all of which
capital stock shall be payable In prop property
erty property or services at a just valuation to
be fixed by the directors of the cor corporation.
poration. corporation. Article IV. Term
The term for which this corporation
shall exist is ninety-nine years.
Article V. ttttlverm
The business of this corporation shall
be conducted by a president, vice pres president,
ident, president, secretary and treasurer and by
a board of directors consisting of not
less than three nor more than five
members. All of the above officers
shall be elected at the annual meeting
of the stockholders on the first Mon Monday
day Monday in January, A. D. 1913, and an annually
nually annually thereafter: provided that any
two offices may be held by one person,
and provided further that the officer
shall be ex-officio members of the board
of directors. The following named of officers
ficers officers shall conduct the business of thin
corporation until those elected at the
first annual meeting nhall qualify,
na mely :
President find Treasurer II. C.
Groves.
Secretary A. Adcock.
Vice President Lev Groves.
And the directorate shall consist of
the above named officers.
rtlrle VI. f nleitetneN
The highest amount of Indebtedness
to which this corporation shall at any
time subject itself to shall be $23,000.
rllelr VII, mr and ReMlileneen tf
tiliK-rllerM
The names and places of residence
together with the amount of capital
stock subscribed by each subscriber
are:
If. C. Groves. Ocala. Fla.. 75 shares.
Ie Groves. Ocala. Fla.. 50 shares.
A. Adcock, Ocala, Fla., 25 shares.
11. C. Groves.
Iee Groves.
A. Adcock.
State of Florida,
Marion County:
Before me. the undersigned author authority,
ity, authority, personally came H. C. Groves, Leo
Groves and A. Adcock. to me well
known to be the individuals described
in and who executed the foregoing
proposed charter of the Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store, who severally acknowl acknowledged
edged acknowledged to me that they signed their
names to the proposed charter for the
uses and purposes therein set forth
and. expressed. In witness whereof I
have hereunto set my hand and sell
this 30th day of November. A. D. 1912.
Bradford Williams.
'Seal.) Notary Public.
My commission expires June 13, 191U.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that F. J.
Webb, as guardian of the estate of
Caleb H. Heath, a minor, will on the
Hist day of Marrh, 1913
file with the county Judge of Marlon
county, Florida, his final report and
accounts as guardian of the estate of
the said Caleb H. Heath, a minor, and
apply to said county Judge for ap approval
proval approval thereof and for his discharge as
uruardlan of said estate v t w.Kh
uuaraian or the l-:.tate of Caleb
11,
iieatn.
Titusville, Fla., August 24, 1912.
NOTICE
Of Final Settlement and Bis charge
Notice Is hereby given that on the
12lh day of February, A. II. 11)1.1
the undersigned will present my ac accounts
counts accounts and vouchers to the Judge of
probate in and for Marion county,
Florida, at his office in Ocala, and
will make my final settlement and w:I
apply for discharge.
This 5th day of August. A. D. 1912.
Kate B. Howell,
As Administratrix of Adalade B. Chl Chl-som.
som. Chl-som. IN THE CO CRT OF THE COUNTY
Jodice, Marlon County, Florida.
In re: the Matter of Eunice Nixon, an
infant.
Public notice is hereby given that
the undersigned guardian, will on
Monday, the Ith day of Decern)!-, A.
I). 1912,
at the court house in Ocala, Florida,
between the hours of 10 and 11 o'clock
a. m., or as soon thereafter as prac practicable,
ticable, practicable, apply to the Honorable Joseph
Bell, county Judge of said county, for
an order authorizing me to sell at pri private
vate private sale the one-seventh interest of
Eunice Nixon, an infant, in and to the
following described lands, to-wit:
That part of lot number 5. fronting
on Lake Weir, lying between lands of
C. C. Clements and Amelia W. Turm Turm-ley,
ley, Turm-ley, in section 5, township 17, and
range 24, in the county of Marion, and
state of Florida, containing three
acres more or less. L. It. Nixon,
Guardian of -the Estate of Eunice
Nixon.
Atkinson. Gramlinr & Burdine,
Attorneys for Guardian.
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
year from the date of the first publica publication
tion publication of this notice, to-wit: January
30th. 1912. D. A. Smith.
As Administrator Estate of Albert I
Barber, Deceased.
Ocala, Florida, Jan, 30. 1912.

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