The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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daily (except sunday)
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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

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OCA LA EVENING STAR, SATURDAV, DECEMBER 14, J 912
On i
to (i z i ; i i 1 ; g 1. 1 ;
IS Iti:t 'OVEltlXG

Bit tinker & Cai roll Proprietor.

It. R. Carroll, liusSness Manager.,

J. II. lienjamin, Etlltor.

Er.tereii :n the po.-i office at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mail matter.

OMITTED AX OPPORTIMTT

Claude L'Enjrle, editor of Dixie, is

a'.-riit from the city this week, in!

Washington and Baltimore. In a tele telegram
gram telegram received yesterday Congressman
: L'Kngle reports that eminent physic-
ians give the happy news that he will
.-oon be restored to his u.-ual health
'and vigor. This 'will h information
Ithat will gladden the hearts of thou

sands of people throughout the state,
j Since the memorable campaign of
! last spring. Congressman L'Engle has
not been a well man, but with that

In the House of Representatives the!.

other day, Congressman lioddenberry
of Georgia made a red-hot speech, full
of denunciation of the legal procedure :
under which "a brown skinned, thick

tenacity known to the people of Flor

ida he remained at hLs post and in the

service of the people whose battles he
has so long fought.

Editor L'Engle is

rapidly on the

lipped, brutal African can walk into;1"" r? V I
an office of the law and demand aniul his duties as editor of Dixie next
edict guaranteeing him legal wedlock I week 'Un hi8 old-time vigor The

to a white woman." Mr. Rod lenberry's

iout Florida.

Charles E. Jones,

Managing Editor Dixie.

food news causes rejoicing in Dixie's

speech was in favor of a resolution he u . M
! V,.-. fliA n Tifr tV.a will fnilnw thrniifh-

had introduced earlier, to prevent in-1 . &

termarriages of whites and negroes.

Mr. Roddenberry prophesied that the t

legal sanction of mixed marriages j
ultimately might bring this country to j
a conflict. lie declared that "no bru-
t 'i 1 I t i Inf'imt' f-. y A rr o rl cm t i fT in a!l th

tAllLT, Jilt LA 111. Ml 1. '-.-LAV.l-'l. i
, , what it expects to go into the state of
days of Southern slavery possessed i" ...

... . j -j 'West rioriaa. it also tens in me same
such villainous characteristics and : . i

woras just w-nat a vaiuaoie property

it intends to take away from us unfor unfortunates
tunates unfortunates on this side of the state.

t The new state will have:

THE STATE OF WEST FLORIDA
The Pensacola News tells as follows

Eleven thousand, three hundred and
ttf square 'miles of 6,944,000 acres.

Two hundred and seven thousand,

atrocious qualities as the permission

that allowed marriages by laws of thi3 j

country.

The measure, a direct result of the

negro pugilist, with a white girl, did!fiflf square "miles of 6,944,000 acres

a.t TAAa n MiM1'.one hundred and seventy population

the sentiment of southern whites, and j (110) census.
probably of most northern ones, and Twelve bays,
certainly those of a majority of civil- j Six Prts-
-, whitP. who ar, fmiiiar with rflfpl Three harbors, forty feet deep

i-nndttinna thrnuo-hnut the world Rut! Eight streams of 755 miles navigable

his measure did not come to a vote, enth.
i,artlv because of nolitics. nartlv be- Seventy-seven per cent in forest.

nf thP wav hP advntd ir Ninety-four per cent (less than 4 per

If he had taken the onnorlunitv to cent marsh lands), not cultivated

n .,kA a tPmnratA and lniai address. Sixty-seven degrees, mean annual

showing the srreat harm that will be .temperature.

a -. r. fir. 5 Ti Twenty-thKee m'llion, five hundred

the country in general if intermar- ; and nfy thousand dollars in exports
riage and miscegenation is not put a and imports annually,
stop to, his address would have had ef-j -0614 Per cent of area in cultivation,
feet, and it might-have come to a vote, i Eighteen million dollar capital in
.As it was, it only impressed those who manufacturing.
already agreed with him, but it made; Fifteen thousand wage earners in
no converts among the large class manufacturing.
whose support is needed to bring! Five million, two hundred and fifty
about the necessary legislation. .thousand acres in timber, containng
All of Southern Europe suffers from 3,250,000,000 feet,
the intermixture of races. Over 25 Four hundred and eleven thousand,
centuries ago, when Carthage was nine hundred and seventy-seven bar bar-mistress
mistress bar-mistress of the Mediterranean, she rels of rosin, value, $2,545,292 annual
landed thousands of negroes and Arabs j exports.
in her armies and their slaves, in every i Two million, four hundred and
port of Spain and the islands under ninety-three thousand, two hundred
her dominion. Some hundreds of pars'3"3 sixty-three gallons of turpentine
later, the Arabs overran Spain and valued at $1,823,292 annual exports.
Southern France, and tho wave after j Two hundred thousand bales of cot cot-wave
wave cot-wave of the Teutonic nations havejtgn with value of $100,000,000 (if man-

since flowed from the north they have ufacttired)

One million dollars from fisheries.

Developed, will have:
One million, six hundred thousand

never entirely overcome the blood blood-taint
taint blood-taint from Africa. How far behind
.the pure-white northern nations these

countries are is too well known to be population will be supported by agri agri-disputed.
disputed. agri-disputed. The evils of race mixture culture.
are not confined to these countries ; Sixty-six thousand farms of present
where negroes have been imported as! size and value worth $200,000,000.
slaves. It works the same detriment j One million, seven hundred and fifty
in India and China, where Caucasians thousand bales of cotton annually on
have intermarried with Mongols and one-half acre, value $87,500,000.
Malays. It has vot had much effect Two billion, two hundred and fifty fifty-on
on fifty-on the swarming millions of Africa, six million, one hundred and twenty
India and the far-east, but in the little J thousand dollars export coal,
islands cf Oceanica it has in many in- j Reasons for:
stances wiped out the population, and The trade and other interests are
is decreasing it rapidly in all. dissociated from those of the penin-
Intermarriage with whites is theisula.
ambition of ignorant and brutish ne- j Two-sevenths or twenty-eight per
groes in America. Many ignorant and cent of population has but one-sixth,
prejudiced white people see no harm or sixteen per cent of congressional
In it. Its useless to talk tp or against representation.
these people, or to the depraved of "West Florida" retains the name
both races. Rut any well informed! and has a map of her own.
white person knows what a moral and j The population is 'more than that of
physical evil it is, and the better! four states.
class of negroes understand it also. It j The area is greater than that of
is to .?uch as 'these that statesmen and eight states.
journalists should speak, and if they The seacoast is larger than that of
would do so in concert, the evil would thirteen seacoast states,
soon be remedied as far as law could ; From the extremeties in no state is
cure it. the distance so great.

The present annual revenue of $828,-

l' DER WHICH EMIILEM

680 is sufficient to support a new state.

New state buildings for the penin-

' i j i i i ji i

Lena Evler is a thirteen-year-old ; SUia w" ue uesiraoie.
girl In Salt Lake City, Utah. She goes State buildings at Tallahassee are
to a public school there. For seven j convenient for West Florida.

weeks she has steadfastly refused to llle outn s representation m the
take part in the salute of the Ameri- Senate will be increased by two.
ca.ii Hag, which is one of the morning; West Florida will be a democratic
exercises in her class-room. At first jState.
the teachers fancied that her refusal
was due to a childish whim and they j

endeavored to reason with her, to ;
show her the meaning of the salute. ;

F.ut she was not moved. Oi November
1 she replied to them:
"I don't believe in the American
flag. I believe in the red flag, and I
won't salute that one."
There is one of the fruits of social

ism disrespect for the flag of this re- i
public and a preference for the flag of j BOX 4tt OCALA. FLA
international socialism. There is a HAVE YOUR CAK PAINTED
want of patriotism. There is a readi-
ness for revolution. Live Issue.

If there is one inanimate thing "more
than another that an American could
and should love and respect, it is his
country's flag. The Star does not be believe
lieve believe in fanatic devotion to it, but
what of those who teach their child children
ren children to despise it and give their child childlike
like childlike devotion to the flaming-color of
the bull-ring

W, G, BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLAXS FCRXISirar
OX APPLICATION

Claude L'Engle has associated gen

- . . 1 1CX 2 I. 1

iai ana winy iiooeri .uwamce
himself and Charlie Jones in the man management
agement management of "Dixie." In interest, out outspoken
spoken outspoken opinion and acquaintance with
public affairs, Dixie is not exceeded by
anything published in Florida, and it
grows better as it grows older.

(0

The St. Petersburg Independent very!
truthfully says: We are not Turks in'

this country. We do not massacre the j
inhabitants of villages who dare to

defy the pasha. We are humane Am Americans.
ericans. Americans. But we keep little girls at
work until 11 and 12 o'clock at night,
running ribbons through corset covers,
like little Camilla, or -.working by
feathers." like little Giovanna. or sew sewing
ing sewing buttons on clothes l"ke thousands
of unnamed childrt. Social workers
and investigators who are testifying
before the New York state factory
commission report that they have
found at least a hundred cases of chil children
dren children three or four years old who work
at night in their homes on garments.
In one case, a little girl of three was
whipped by her mother to keep her at
work when the child was so sleepy
that she cried to go to bed.

WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO.
COLLIER BROS. PROPRIETORS,
niOXE 296.

aggage, Freight, Pianos, Furniture
and Safes a Specialty. Careful and

Prompt Attention Given All Orders.
WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE

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GIFTS

If You Are Going To Buy
Anything for the Holiday Season for
the Home or Office, or for any Mem Member
ber Member of the Family, Relative or Friend
you cannot do better than to come to
our Big Store and look over the Largest,
Finest Line of Furniture and House Fur Furnishing
nishing Furnishing Goods that Central Florida can
show. We have several huge Display
Rooms Filled with Goods. The list is
too lengthy to even mention all, without
an attempt to describe any in detail.
Following are some of the Specials that
we would like you to consider, with a
view of making your Holiday Selection
from them.

A MerrChristmas
To- Everybody.

For The Office
Roll and Flat Top Desks, Type Typewriter
writer Typewriter Desks, Stenographer's Desks,
Office Chairs, Stools, Sofas, Etc.
For The Dining Room
Handsome Round or Square Ex Extension
tension Extension Tables, Dining Chairs, Rugs,
Sideboards and Chiffoniers, IJouffets,
China Closets, China Dinner Sets,
Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
Parlor Furniture
Handsome Mahogany, Oak, Willow
or Mission Chairs, Straight Backed
or Rockers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps,
Rugs and Carets, Pictures.
Library Furniture
Handsome Book Cases, Combina Combination
tion Combination Book Cases and Desks, Library
Tables, Settees, Rugs, Screens, and
Lamps, Etc.
Bedroom Furniture
Beautiful Dressers and AVash
Stands in Golden Oak, Birdseye
Maple or Mahogany. Beautiful Iron
and Brass Beds in over Fifty Differ Different
ent Different Varieties and Prices. Rugs and
Mattings, Chiffoniers and Wardrobes,
Toilet Sets, Blankets, Comforts and
Linens.

Sewingroom Articles
Sewing Machines, Sewing Tables,
Easy Chairs, Work Baskets and Com Combination
bination Combination Baskets and Tables.
For The Hall
Beautiful Hall Racks of all Sizes
and Styles and any Kind of Wood
Desired, Mirrors, Rugs and Mattings,
Crennes' Portier Curtains.

For Ttie Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Refrigerators and Ice
Chests in Several Different Makes
and Styles and any Size or Price De Desired.
sired. Desired. Stoves and Ranges in Either
Wood or Oil Burners, Kitchen Cab Cab-inets
inets Cab-inets and Tables.
Hardware Department
Anything Desired in Silverware
for the Table, Cutlery and Scissors
in our Hardware Department; Shot Shotguns,
guns, Shotguns, Rifles and Ammunition; Fire
Sets, Screens and Irons, Etc.

Remember these are only a Few
of the Thousands of Articles in our
Big Store. We will take pleasure
in showing you over the stock and
you will be sure to find something
that you want.

Picture Department
We have the Best 'collection of
Pictures in the Art Department that
the City Can Show; Pictures,' Large
and Small, Framed or Unframed, in
any Subject and for any part of the
Home. Picture Frames and Pictures
Framed to Order, and Hundreds of
Samples of Framing to Select from.
Miscellaneous
Cedar Chekts of Several Different
fcizes. Curtaibs, Lace and Portier,
of any Style or Price. The Largest
Stock of Rugs. Both Domestic and
Imported, Art Squares, 3Iattings,
Etc., in the Country. Jardiniers and
Flower Pots, Handsome Lamps of
Many Designs, Cut Glass and Other
High Grade Glassware. China and
all Kinds of Crockery.
Carriage arid Harness
Department
Buggies, Carriages and Wagons
for all Purposes, Harness, Saddles,
Lap Robes, Whips and Everything
for the Horse or Vehicle.

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Yours Kespect folly, h
Phone 47 North Magnolia Street Ocala, Florida

OLLIE MORDIS' MARKET OPEN

The market formerly Known as the

OIlie Mordisis 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 right.
Yours respectfully,
Ad. OLLIE MORBIS.

Dealer In Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia.

TAXES ARE ?fOV DUE
The tax books are now open for the
payment of 1912 state and county
taxes. The taxes are .40 higher thi3
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.

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening, at 7:30 o'clock in
ronge's hall, Fort King avenue. Visit Visitors
ors Visitors in the city invited to be with us.
A. M. Lansford, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Ad.

GENUINE ALLIGATOR BAGS AND
rURSES JUST ARRIVED AT H. B.
MASTERS COMPANY. Adv. J2-13-6t

Terkeween Oil, tne great nerve and
bone liniment; will not blister. For
rheumatism, neuralgia, pains in the
back or sides and all other aches. 25
cents per bottle at Tydings & Co. Ad.

SMITH'S BARGAINS

Roll Top Desk $22.00
$7.00 Typewriter Chair 4.00
One Vudor Veranda Screen. 1.75
One Veranda Swing Seat .... 2.00
One Mission Parlor Set, Three
Pieces. Leather Upholstered 24.00
One 3Iission Library Table 9.50
One Chest Carpenter Tools,
big bargain, only 18.00
Several Extension Dining Tables
from $3 to $11.00. Worth double.
Many other bargains, too.

PARTICULARLY APPROPRIATE
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 aline of copyrights,
and in fact, and kind of book you
want for old and young.

CROUPY COUGHS
AND WHEEZY COLDS
The quickest, simplest way to rid the
children, of dangerous coughs and
wheezy, stuffy colds Is to give them
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. It
gives almost instant relief and stops
a cough promptly. It soothes and
heals. Contains no opiates. Sold by
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ad.

DR. A. L. BLALOCK
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
OFFICES OVER THE
COMMERCIAL DANK
DR. L. F. BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
'Phone 211 Ocala. Fla.

More umbrellas are turned .by the
wind than are returned by borrowers.

CHAPTER N'O. 13 R. A. M.

Regular convocations of the Ocala i

Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday In every month, at 7:30 p. m.
C. E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, secretary. Ad.

sr.iu

Back of Marcos Frsiik's

OCALA LODGE NO. 2 SO, D. P. O. E.

"Queen oi Sea Routes"

MERCHANTS' & MINERS, TRANS. CO.
JACKSONVILLE TO
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelpliia,
Boston and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
fares; wifeless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points
Send for booklet.

H. C. AVERY, Agent,
Jacksonville, Fla.
L. D. JONES, C. A.,
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Finest Coastwise Trips J the World"

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Howell M. Hampton, E. R.
Joseph Bell. Secretary. Ad.

Foley Kidnsy Pills

Dr. "VTm. Sadler, 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

j when you feel a cold coming on. It

wui avert danger o: senou3 results
and cure quickly. No harmful drugs.
Sold in. Ocala by the Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore. Ad.

Moose meet Thursday evening.

TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RESULTS
Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,
KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUBLE,
RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION cf the
KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of the
BLADDER and all annoying URINARY
IRREGULARITIES. A posit5 7e boon to
MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY
PEOPLE and for WOMEN.
HAVE HIGHEST HECOrENDATICN
8. A. Darts, 627 WasLtcta St.. CocaeryTills,
led., is in his 85th year. Herritescs: "I have
latilj entered much frcin rcy kidneys aed blaA
der I had severs back&cues aud rr y kidney action
was too fre-jent, caasit sue to iosa much eiop
at night, and in tr.y bir.rder thre was cctistaai
pain. I took Foley Ktduey Pills for some tiroa,
and am now free ox ail trouble and aain able tc
be cp asd aronnd. Foley Kidis? Pilla Lavs at
klghsst rsvomiasad&ticst.''
Sold by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore

When children cought a great deal
it Is time to take notice or something
serious will develop. A few doses of
BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP
may ward off a spell of sickness. Price,
25c, 50c. and $1 per bottle, Sold by
all druggists. Ad.

FLAT FOR REM
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. 12-6

A DesMoines man had rn 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 Chamberlain's Liniment.
Three days after the flrst application
of thi3 liniment he was welL For
sale by all dealers. Ad.

J.E. GHACE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block,
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.

M. C. IZLAR
DENTAL SURGEON
Law Library Building

Phone 444

OCALA,

FLORIDA

LOST Auto tail lamp with battered
top and new bowl. Finder will please
return to Star office and receive reward.

For sore feet, chilblains, frost bite,
sore nipples, cha5ng, cuts, galls, burns.

sore sor scald.?, DARBY'S PROPHY PROPHYLACTIC
LACTIC PROPHYLACTIC FLUID is a marvelous rem- j
edy. It relieves inflamed conditions,

heals the nesh and eases pain. Taken
internally for cramps or dysentery it
corrects the disorder at once. Price 50c
per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Ad.

w n

fSad A flow Man Of Him.
ul 'was suffering from pain in xny
6tomach, head and back," writes 1L

I T. Alston, Raleigh, N. C"and my

I but four bottles of Electric Bitters

xn&de me feel like a new man."

PRICE tO CTS. AT ALL DRUG STORES.



4 pl5
FURNISHINGS
For All of the Homes
Theus Zachry Co.
THE FI RMTIRE MEX
FURNITURE
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AT RIGHT THICKS
VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY. DECEMBER H. 1912 NO. 168.
i i
Theus Zachry Co.

Official Heport of the Proceeding at
the December Meeting
the Hoard
Ocala, Fla., Dec. 2, 1912.
The board of county commission commissioners
ers commissioners for Marion county, Florida, met in
regular session. Present: Hon. W.
J. Crosby, chairman, C. Carmichael,
S. W. Petteway, M. M. Proctor and W.
T. Henderson, commissioners.
Minutes of last meeting of board
read and approved.
Mr. John M. Graham, county treas treasurer,
urer, treasurer, appeared and asked instructions
of the board as to the funds arising
from the 4-mill assessment for in indebtedness.
debtedness. indebtedness. On motion of Commissioner Car Carmichael
michael Carmichael the county treasurer was au au-thoried
thoried au-thoried to apply the funds from this
4-mill levy towards taking up the out outstanding
standing outstanding road warrants until further
advised.
Mr. J. W. Coulter appeared relative
to the Fairfield-Williston road.
Prof. W. D. Cam and Mr. C. L. An Anderson
derson Anderson appeared relative to harden hardening
ing hardening Fort King avenue eastward from
the city limits and brick pavement to
hammock. The matter was laid over
until next meeting of the board, to be
taken up by the new board of county
commissioners.
Mr. Stokes appeared relative to' t e
Stokes' Ferry bridge, and services
rendered in saving bridge from a jam,
etc. On motion of Commissioner
Carmichael it was ordered that bill
for extra services be paid as per bill
rendered.
Mr. Walter Luffman of Sparr, commissioner-elect
from the fifth dis district,
trict, district, being present, was invited to sit
with and participate in the business
of the board.
Mr. Scott appeared relative to open opening
ing opening the road as petitioned for by G.
B. Mathews et al. The chairman
agreed to meet Mr. Scott on the
ground and go over the matter.
Commissioner Carmichael reported
on complaint to Mr. Slatterly of Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville relative to placing lanterns
on bridges and proper cables on fer ferries.
ries. ferries. On motion of Commissioner
Carmichael the clerk was instructed
to write Mr. C. J. Rast at Orange
Springs that the matter had been tak taken
en taken up with Mr. Slatterly, and that the
government requirements will be car carried
ried carried out.
Mr. F. G. Buhl of Shady appeared
relative to widow's exemption by
Manda Floyd on sw of seVi. sec
3-1G-21, containing 40 acres. On mo motion
tion motion of Commissioner Carmichael the
matter was referred to Tax Assessor
Ayer for attention.
On motion board adjourned for din dinner.
ner. dinner.
Afternoon Session
The board met pursuant to adjourn adjournment,
ment, adjournment, with all members present.
Letter by Mrs. Lydia A. Holmes
complaining of road passing over
nw'i of swVi, sec 20, tp 13, s, r 20, e.
Referred to Commissioner Petteway
for investigation and report at next
meeting of the board.
Letter by Mrs. Julia S. Haisley rel relative
ative relative to road material used for road
from lands in sees 5 and S, tp 17, s, r
22, read and on motion was referred
to Commissioner Proctor for investi investigation
gation investigation and report.
Constable bond by T. J. Leitner
read and approved.
Constable bond by Jas. L. Perry
read and approved
Bonds for licenses to carry pistol
by W. V. Chappell, E. D. Finley and
A. P. Finley read and approved.
Mr. D. G. Watkins, commissioner commissioner-eelct
eelct commissioner-eelct from the second district, being
present, was asked to sit with the
board.
J. C. Perkins, J. I. Smith and J. T.
E. Gaskins, as committee appointed
tinder petition for road by John
Cayne et al, reported and said that
they recommended the said route to
be opened and established as a public
road as petitioned for by the peti petitioners.
tioners. petitioners. Report was ordered receiv received
ed received and road duly advertised and post posted.
ed. posted. Tax Assessor Ayer appeared and
asked that an order be issued to Tax
Collector Colbert to collect taxes on
wi of nwH of nw4 10-17-22, 20
acres, on a valuation of $30, and re report'
port' report' excess on 1912 assessment as
error, which was granted.
Petition by R. W. Ferguson et al
as follows: We, the undersigned pe petitioners,
titioners, petitioners, would respectfully petition
your honorable body to grant a pub public
lic public road commencing at the north end
of the Emathla and Fellowship road
at Emathla and Martin road on the
center line of sec 10, tp 14, r 20, and
thence north through sees 10 and 3 to

tp line dividing tps 13 and 11, thence
east to the line dividing property of
Sam Roberts and Louis Graham in
seV4 of sei of sec 34, tp 13, r 20,
thence north 20 chains, thence west I.
chains, thence north 14 miles to the
northeast corner of nwU of seU, sec
27, thence east 20 chains, thence
north on section lines dividing sees
22 and 23, 13 and 14, 10 and 11, 2 and
3, tp 13, r 20, to the Home bridge and
Flemington road, and abrogate that
portion of Old Town and Williston
road as follows: Commencing on tp
line at ne cor of nw4, sec 3, tp 14, r
20, thence west to the Old Town and
Williston road, and to discontinue Old
Town and Williston road from the
sw cor of seU, sec 3,3 tp 14. r 20, to
the tp line in the nwi, sec 3, tp 14, r
20. Read and on motion M. T. Phil Phillips,
lips, Phillips, S. D. Atkinson and W. R. Roe
were appointed a committee to mark,
view and lay out the most' practical
route and report as early as possible.
The following report was read and
filed:
Hon. Board of County Commission Commissioners:
ers: Commissioners: Gentlemen I have done the very
best I could. I began hauling rock
on the 7th of November, 1912; have

j put down 1962 yards of road during
the remainder of November, 1912. I
have no sickness in camp and every everyone
one everyone seems to be getting along allo
k. (Signed) HENRY GORDON.
Communication by Dr. S. H. Blitch
as published in the Ocala Daily Ban Banner,
ner, Banner, December 3, 1912, read and filed.
The clerk was instructed to enter
proper advertisements returnable on
Tuesday after the first Monday in
January, 1913, at 10 a. m., for one su superintendent
perintendent superintendent of poor farm or infirm infirmary,
ary, infirmary, one superintendent of hard road
construction, one superintendent of
hard road repair crew, one superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of scrape crew, and road over overseers
seers overseers for each district and sub-district,
bridge tenders for all county
bridges, ferrymen for all county fer ferries,
ries, ferries, physician for poor farm or in infirmary,
firmary, infirmary, and jail; physician in charge
to inspect jail and pooi; house at least
once per week and determine wheth
er or not same is in sanitary condi condition,
tion, condition, said physician to attend all cas cases
es cases in above jail, and, poor house, in including
cluding including surgery. The board reserves
the right to reject any and all bids.
Letters by Ida Owens Triay pro protesting
testing protesting against road over her land,
read and filed with petition.
, Commissioner Crosby reported on
request by Mr. Kichline for recom recommendation
mendation recommendation of the board to the comp-
I troller to be permitted to redeem
j outstanding tax certificates on lots
22, 23, 41 and 42, Borland Bros, sub sub-I
I sub-I division, 33-12-22. Request was
! granted.
On motion of Commissioner Hen Henderson
derson Henderson the clerk was instructed to
have proper advertisements entered
for bids for lease for a portion or all
of the county convicts for the year
1913, the board reserving the right
to reject any and all bids.
Mrs. William Hocker and Mrs. J.
R. Moorhead, as a committee from
the Woman's Club, appeared in behalf
of a girls' canning club, to be organ organized
ized organized under the rules of the agricultu agricultural
ral agricultural department. A warrant for $100
was ordered drawn for the benefit of
this club.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead appeared in
behalf of Comfort Lodge, or rest
room, and it was ordered that war warrant
rant warrant be drawn for $50 for the benefit
of the lodge.
Petition by Geo. W. Brant et al as
follows: We. the undersigned citi citizens
zens citizens of Marion county and Electra.
' respectfully petition your honorable
board that you straighten the Astor
road beginning on the north side of
the two big hills to intersect again at
the crossing of the Electra and Salt
Springs road, as now marked and
laid out. Road was granted and or ordered
dered ordered opened up.
Assessor Alfred Ayers bond for
one thousand dollars, with C. Y. Mil Miller
ler Miller and Z. C. Chambliss sureties, read
and approved.
Constable bond by C. W. Smith
read and approved.
Justice of the peace bond by J. W.
Lyles read and approved.
Constable bond by Henry W. Rod Rod-denberry
denberry Rod-denberry read and approved.
Constable bond by W. F. Pulliam,
read and approved.
Clerk of the circuit court bond by
P. H. Nugent, with J. C. Boozer, D. E.
Melver, George MacKay and S. R.
Pyles as sureties read and approved.
Constable bond by M. J. Morrison
read and approved.
Justice of the peace bond by Z. A.
McClaren read and approved.
Notarypublic bonds by L. Legran.i
Hopkins and Cora F. Smith read and
approved.
Justice of the peace bonds by J. M.

Barksdale, Alexander Wynne and W.
F. Abshire read and approved.
Justice of the peace bond by J. O.
Turnipseed read and approved.
Constable bond by C. L. Dean read
and approved.
Soldier's pension claim by Thomas
McClain read and approved.
Bonds for license to carry rifle by
B. F. Smith, C. W. Caldwell and Mat Matthew
thew Matthew Neil read and approved.
Bonds for license to carry pistol by
Leslie G. Young and Clara Louise
Hyndman read and approved.
County Judge Bell and Tax Collect Collector
or Collector Colbert filed report of licenses is issued
sued issued during November, 1912, showing
total for state $743.50, for county,
$371.75, which were read and filed.
Sheriff John P. Galloway filed re report
port report of cases in which fines and costs
were imposed in Marion county when
the same became a charge against the
sheriff during November, 1912, show showing
ing showing total of fines, $721 and costs,
$187.34, which was read and approv approved.
ed. approved. The following justices filed reports
showing no fines or costs imposed
during November, 1912: II. W. Doug Douglas,
las, Douglas, district Xo. 7; J. L. Johnson, dis district
trict district No. 8; A. O. Harper, district No.
13; Alexander, Wynne, district No. 19;
C. C. Curry, district No. 20; L. L. Hop Hopkins,
kins, Hopkins, district Xo. 21, which were read
and filed.
Judge Joseph Bell filed report of
fines and costs imposed during Octo October,
ber, October, 1912, showing fines $700 and costs
$214.
The following justices filed reports
showing fines and costs imposed dur during
ing during November, 1912: Joseph Bell, coun county
ty county judge, fines, $500 and costs, $40.12;
J. W. Lyles, district No. 1, fines, $86,
and costs, $90.18; F. A. McClaran, dis district
trict district Xo. 2, fines, $15, and costs, 3.85;
C. R. Veal, district No. 4, fines, 0, and
costs, $77.68; A. O. Harper, district No.
13, fines, $10, and costs, $9.58; J. O.
Turnipseed, district No. 22, fines $100,
and costs, $25.04, which were read and
filed.
9
Board adjourned until Wednesday,
7:30 a. m.
Board met Wednesday, 7:30 a. m.,
pursuant to adjournment. All mem members
bers members present.
Bond by John P. Galloway as sher sher-ig
ig sher-ig for S000 and with the Fidelity &
Deposit Co. of Maryland as surety, read
and approved.
Justice of the peace bond by Joseph
Akin, with J. M. Blitch and O. S. Sand Sanders
ers Sanders sureties, read and approved.
Justice of the peace bond by D. L.
Grantham with S. K. Civil, A. S. Lam Lambert,
bert, Lambert, J. E. Thomas" and S. H. Grantham
as sureties, read and approved.
Constable's bond by Henry Gatrell,
with John W. Stevens as surety, read
and approved.
Justice of the peace bond by H. W.
Douglas, with R. H. Redding and A.
A. Mathews as sureties, read and ap approved.
proved. approved. Bond by William E. Smith as coun county
ty county judge for $2000 with Fidelity &
Deposit Co. of Maryland as surety, read
and approved.
County treasurer's bond by Jno. M.
Graham for $71,000 with R. S. Hall, J.
C. Boozer, W. A. Knight, D. W. Tomp Tompkins,
kins, Tompkins, D. E. Mclver, J. B. Martin, S. H.
Blitch. S. R. Pyles, S. H. Martin, E. L.
Howell. Z. C. Chambliss, J. A. Grum Grumbles,
bles, Grumbles, W. T. Gary, J. r. Phillips. J. G.
Baskin, G. W. Neville, D. B. Kibler, J.
D. Robertson, E. L Wartmann, Jno. L.
Edwards and Clarence Camp, read and
approved.
Bond for license to carry pistol by
E. F. Forbes read and approved.
Report of inspectors of marks and
brands by J. D. Williams. District No.
1; A. D. Mitchell, district Xo. S; II. Mc Mc-Quaig,
Quaig, Mc-Quaig, district Xo. 13; blank for dis district
trict district Xo. 21, read and filed.
Report of inquest over body of Sam
Bucklin read and filed.
Letter by Jas. C. Zetrouer of Mica Mica-nopy,
nopy, Mica-nopy, complaining of tax assessment
not conforming to his returns, read
and matter was referred to Tax As Assessor
sessor Assessor Ayer.
Petition by the Germania Bank and
the Oglethorpe Savings fc Trust Co.
as executors of the estate of Alfred M.
Martin, deceased, read and on motion
of Commissioner Proctor, quit claim
deed was ordered executed to the ex executors
ecutors executors of the estate of Alfred M. Mar Martin
tin Martin for lot -3 block 54 Old Survey of
Ocala for and in consideration of $1.
Report of inquest over body of John
Archer read and filed.
Tetition by s. E. Civil et al as fol follows:
lows: follows: "We the bondsmen and citizens
of Sparr earnestly request that D. C.
Grantham be appointed justice of the
peace or such arrangement made so
that he can serve as justice of the
peace without waiting until January.
There being no officer here we ask
that he be given power to act at once."
Read and on motion was referred to
the county attorney, Wm. Hocker.
Communication by J. R. Wilder, jus justice
tice justice of the peace in Anthony district,
relation to his holding court over mat matters
ters matters from Sparr district, read and on
motion matter was referred to Wm.
Hocker, attorney.
3. W. Petteway, commissioner in
charge of county infirmary, filed his
report as follows:
Honorable Board of County Commis Commissioners.
sioners. Commissioners. Marion County, Fla.: As a
member of your honorable body in
charge of county infirmary, beg to
submit for your consideration the fol following
lowing following report for month of Xovember.
Visiting the institution I find all in inmates
mates inmates in their usual feeble condition,
there being two white and foui color colored.
ed. colored. One death, one admitted since last
-meeting and one admitted during this
meeting, also two d'scharged. The ex expense
pense expense of the institutiCr. for the month,
including superintendent's salary, was

$104.05. The superintendent, Mr.
Gardner, has the old building looking
like a new one and really few poor
people in the county live in a better
and more comfortable building and the
care and attention is hard to excell.
Respectfully sumitted,
S. W. Petteway.
The expenses for November were:
J. W. Gardner, salary as superintend superintendent,
ent, superintendent, $37.50; Ocala Furniture Co., one
coffin, $6.50; J. O. Dekle, supplies,
$34.25; Ollie Mordis, supplies, $8.30;
Court Pharmacy, drugs, $5.25; Dr.
Peek, one call, $2; T. J. Sims, sweet
potatoes, $2; Ocala Seed Store, sup supplies,
plies, supplies, $1.60; Theus-Zachry Co., sup supplies,
plies, supplies, $4.45; J. R. Smith & Co., $2.60.
Total, $104.45.
W. L. Colbert, tax collector, filed re report
port report of automobile licenses issued dur during
ing during October and November, showing
17 at $10 each, or $170 collected.
W. L. Colbert, tax collector, filed re report
port report of poll taxes collected during
November, 1912, showing 22 extras and
114 regulars, which was read and
filed.
John M. Graham, tax collector, filed
report of receipts and disbusements
for November, 1912, showing:
School Fund
Received $8620.29
Disbursed 8599.64
Balance 20.65
Road Funds
Received, including special
funds transferred to road
fund 6424.58
Disbursed . . 6325.30
Balance 99.28
County Proper Funds
Received 3886.30
Disbursed 3753.68
Balance 132.62
Fine and Forfeiture Fund
Received 1228.95
Disbursed . . 673.10
Balance 555.85
Ruildlng Funds
Received 259.94
Disbursed . . 104.75
Balance 155.19

Total balances $ 963.59
Read and filed.
Bond by W. L Colbert as tax col collector
lector collector for. $35,000 witn G. S. Scott, Z.
C. Chambliss, J. B. Malloy, J. D. Rob Robertson,
ertson, Robertson, J. M. Meffert, W. Luffman and
T. T. Munroe for $5,000 each as sure sureties,
ties, sureties, read and approved."
On motion of Commiss'oner Hender Henderson
son Henderson the clerk was instructed to write
all members-elect as county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners for 1913-14, together' with the
state senator from our district and the
two representatives of Marion county
and the two newly elected members of
the legislature, to meet with the board
of county commissioners on the first
Monday in January, 1913, and join
with the board in the bus'ness that
will come before them and for consul consultation.
tation. consultation. The overseers and superintendent
were instructed to purchase what
feed and groceries may be needed for
county use during December, 1912, from
Mr. Jake Brown, and clerk was In Instructed
structed Instructed to notify Mr. Brown and the
overseers and superintendents.
Hon. R. F. Rogers appeared relative
the Ocala and Orlando road across
Marshall Swamp to Sharp's Ferry. On
motion of Commissioner Petteway it
was ordered, that as soon at the E. E.
Perkins crew finishes scraping the
Blitchton road' to go- immediately to
the Sharp's Ferry road and scarpe this
j road from the junction with the Ocala
and Silver Springs road to the river.
Mr. Edwin Spencer appeared and
presented petition largely signed by
E. N. Brown et al as follows: We the
undersigned residents of Candler,
Heather Island and neighborhood, do
hereby petition the honorable board of
county commissioners of Marion coun county
ty county to close up the public road from
Candler to Heather Island and submit
respectfully to the board the following
reasons therefor: First, the said road
at the present time is very greatly in
need of repair; in fact, it will require
at the present time about $2000 or
more to fix the road up. This the coun county
ty county is not justified in expending at the
present time. In view of the fact that
the road is not used very generally ex except
cept except by one or two individuals and
again the county at the present time
is not in the financial condition to ex-
i pen 1 that sum of money. Second, the
road is a very expensive one to keep
in re pair and -to keep in good condi condition
tion condition and in view of the fact that a
few individnls largely get the benefit
of the road it is not fair to tax the
entire countj' to keep the road up.
Therefore we ask that the road be
closed as a public road beginning at
the one-mile post, thence north thru
Heather Island. Which was read,
whereupon Mr. W. T. Henderson pre presented
sented presented the following petition largely
signed by R. H. Holly et al. We the
undersigned citizens and freeholders
of Marion county do respectfully pe petition
tition petition your board to not discontinue
the road from Candler via Heather
Island to Ocala and Moss Bluff road.
Which was read. After discussion ot
these two petitions it was on motion
of Commissioner Petteway ordered
that Commissioners Henderson and
Proctor be appointed a committee and
see if satisfactory arrangement can be
made as to keeping road open for
travel and protect Mr. Haviland by
gates.
Petition by Scott Myers relative fer ferryman
ryman ferryman at Stark's Ferry read and filed.
Communication by G. E. Hammond
with subpoena attached read. Clerk
was instructed to -write Mr. Hammond
to send in regular cost bill and ac account
count account will be paid.
All bills properly approved and au audited
dited audited ordered paid.
The roai bills paid amounting to
56:"0.27, distributed as follows: Coun County
ty County commissioner's district No. 1,
$114. ;2; county commissioner's district
No. 2, $5.41; county commissioner's
district No. 3. $393.28; county commis commissioner's
sioner's commissioner's district No. 4, $3"0.25; county

1 1 IJJflllll
Mr. E. Van Hood, Editor

Tbe Anti-Saloon League of Florida
Calls Rev. C. W. Cooke to Import Import-ant
ant Import-ant Field Work
The Anti-Saloon League of Florida
has a new superintendent. He has
been for thirteen years on the battle battlefield
field battlefield of Texas fighting for temperance.
He is reported to be a very live wire
and says that he is here ready for the
war. His name is C. W. Cooke.
The Florida state committee of the
Temperance League is composed of A.
D. Stevens, E. O. Painter, F. E. Jen Jennings,
nings, Jennings, C. V.'. Kinne, L. R. Lynn and C.
M. Griffing. and already plans pre on
foot to secure temperance legislation
by the next legislature.
Rev. W. D. Upshaw, editor Golden
Age, Atlanta, says: "Mr. Cooke man managed
aged managed the whirlwind campaigns of the
dauntless George Stuart in Texas in
such splendid fashion that the people
knew from Texarkana to El Paso, and
from Orange to Delhart, that there
was something doing.' A gifted
speaker himself, and a well-poised,
clear-headed organizer, and leader,
Mr. Cooke is just the type of man to
follow the splendid work of former
superintendent Charles L. Collins in
the Florida campaign."
AddreMM to the People
Having fought for three years in
the hottest of the battle for prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition in Texas and, then, for a year
with the National Anti-Saloon League,
I now enlist for the war of extermi extermination
nation extermination of the liquor traffic in Florida.
Now is the crisis in the battle for
prohibition in this state. Two things
must be done. First, we must stren strenuously
uously strenuously enforce our temperance laws in
dry counties. Second, we must try out
some more wet territory.
These two things will be done. The
battle is on. We begin at once to
organize the state for the most thoro
campaign of enforcement of temper temperance
ance temperance laws the league has ever attempt attempted,
ed, attempted, and we enter at once five counties
for conquest of territory. Of the elev eleven
en eleven wet counties in the state, we expect
to win at least five w-ithin a few
weeks.
Let every soldier of the cross enlist
i hl once io ngni to me ena oi me war,
ifor the. downfall of K'ng Alcohol in
Florida.
State Supt. Fla.
C. W. Cooke.
Anti-Saloon eLague.
State President Letter
In view of the v-Iflespread need of
; temperance education in our state,
: there is a great door of opportunity
1 open to every Christian woman for
service. And it seems as though it
.were not a question of choice, but a
! matter of duty to each help our
neighbor to know the true conditions.
First, we must reach more individ individuals.
uals. individuals. One of the questions discussed
in the conference of the presidents at
Portland was how to gain members.
Many plans were given, but of all, the
method of house to house canvass for
members, and each year for .their dues,
was universally conceded to be the
very best. To unions, then, I urge a
thorough trial of the plan. There ar
some in your union who can visit on
behalf of the union. Systematize the
j work for them and have the visiting
J begun at once. If you have none who
jean canvass, then I certainly advise
I that you employ some one. And to in individual?,,
dividual?,, individual?,, you say you can not do pub public
lic public work, you cannot even help on the
'program of the meetings, then do some
j calling. You have neighbors, you
i have friends in your own church just
call on them all in the interests of the
I union, and talk and call, until you
jhave every one enrolled in our work.
J Second, we must reach the general
i public more. Again, here is work for
the member and the union. Individ Individually,
ually, Individually, we are indifferent. That is the
truth, dear women we do not care
f much. The awful sin and suffering
from the liquor traffic has not taken
hold on our souls. That is the trou trouble.
ble. trouble. Individually we could get sub sub-jscriptions
jscriptions sub-jscriptions for our publications; we
; could scatter literature; we could put
iup posters; we could talk for temper temper-ance;
ance; temper-ance; we could help prepare temper temper-I
I temper-I anre programs; we could get people
;out to the meetings. And as unions
we fail to take advantage of oppo:
tunities; there is Temperance Sunday,
there is the picnic, the fair, and your
jown pastors would undoubtedly preach
j temperance sermons if you would so
request.
This year, speakers for our cause
must visit every part of the state. Xo
temperance meeting need be a failure,
unless the union is willing. The union
i should make every lecture a success,
j There Is a way of advertising that
( will bring out the people. Try to find
jit and oh! let your work count for
real advance this year. Be in earnest!
Lent! a hand! Minnie E. XeaL
There is one question upon which
for n'neteen long years I have kept
silent, but I propose to keep silent no
longer. The day has come when the
corrupt liquor interest must be driven
out of the democratic party and out of
power.
It is the liquor interest that fur furnished
nished furnished the money to debauch and cor corrupt
rupt corrupt the states. It Is time for the
democratic party to unload the liquor
interest onto the republican party.
My father always told me that I
might sometimes be in the minority,
but I never could afford to be in the
wrong. He said that if I was in the
minority and right, that the majority
woull soon be with me, while. If I was
wrong and in the majority, I would
sjon be' In the minority.
Whoever takes the right side takes
the side that is going to grow, and I
think it is hieh time for tne democrat-

ic party to get on the growing side of
this great question. Wm. J. Bryan.

CRYSTAL HIYKR CLIPPINGS
(News)
C. E. Herrick is now in the office of
the Gulf Fish and Oyster Co.. with Mr.
Jas. T. Rawls.
Oscar, the eight-year-old son of Mr.
Jand Mrs. Garret VanRoy, caught a
10-pound red fisU last Saturday.
Mr. J. B. Cutler of the Crystal River
Rock Company reports the arrival of
his new track engine some ten days
or two weeks ago, and that the big big-plant
plant big-plant is now ready for operation.
The Women's Exchange, under the
management of Miss Blanche Willis,
will be opened on Saturday of this
week.
Messrs. J. W., Otis and Basil Ald Ald-rlch
rlch Ald-rlch of Battle Creek, Mich., arrived
here Friday evening to stay for the
winter.
Clarence Hulst of Georgia came last
Thursday. He is a nephew of Mrs. G'.
VanRoy.
Mr. and Mrs. Bristol of Brooklyn,
N. Y., who were stopping at the Inn,
went to Tampa Monday. They will re return
turn return later for an extended stay with
us. Mr. Bristol is chief superintendent
of the Western Union Telegraph Co.,
in the United States, Canada and Alas Alaska.
ka. Alaska. He has been continuously In this
work for forty-nine years, and is now
being honorably retir?! on a good
pension.
Mayor Ervin and family have re returned
turned returned from Fellowship, where they
visited with relatives a few days.
i Out Mccgy

Fort McCoy, Dec. 11. The revival at
the Methodist church, conducted by
Rev. Lord and Rev. Norton, closed
Sunday- evening. The revival was
faithfully conducted and resulted in.
much good.
The ladies of the Methodist church church-are
are church-are busy drilling the Sunday school
children for Christmas exercises.
We are sorry to chronicle that Mr.
J. S. Grantham has been ori the sick v
list for the past few days.
We are glad to see Mr. Eoatright
out again after being confined to his
bed for several days from injuries re resulting
sulting resulting from a runaway last week.
Miss Scott, the assistant teacher,
spent Thanksgiving in Lake county.
Our school took advantage of the
privilege of attending the fair the last
day.
The following scholars were placed
on the honor roll for the month' of
November: E'ghth grade, Louis Martin
and Earl Grantham; seventh grade,
Georgia Stanborough, Beatrice Saff Saffron
ron Saffron and Bert Beverly; sixth grade,
Niomi Wilson.
The school literary and debating
society met Friday afternoon and ren rendered
dered rendered the following program:
Composition, A Winter in North Da Dakota,
kota, Dakota, by George Prehn.
Composition, A Winter in Florida, by
Gasper Sistrunk.
Recitation, A Psalm of Life, by
Naomi Wilson.
Recitation, The Sky Lark, by Her Herman
man Herman Pilsbury.
Reading, Columbus, by Atherlin Mat Mat-chett.
chett. Mat-chett. Paper, The Literary Joker, by Earl
Grantham.
Debate: Resolved, That Florida Is a
More Des'rable Place In Which to Live
than the North. Affirmative, George
Stanbrough. Earl Grantham and Burt
Beverly; negative, Lewis Martin, Lloyd
Grantham and Charles Bon.
The debate was decided in favor of
the affirmative by one point.
The society then adjourned to meet
two weeks from Friday, Dec. 6.

ZUIJKK
Zuber, Dec. 12. Mrs. Luffman of
Oak visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Spencer several days this week.
Mrs. Paul Spencer, who has been
away several months, came in yester yesterday
day yesterday to speod a while at home.
A man and his son from Live Oak
spent the night here camping Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night en route to DeSoto county.
He says that is the prettiest country
yet.
A buggy load of our young people
went to the Wetumpka grove Sunday
afternoon for a little out'ng.
Mr. Hadly Taylor of Washington, D.
C, spent Sunday and Sunday night
with Mr. and Mrs. Shaw. He expects
to go back to Washington in a few
days. He is in the government ser service.
vice. service. Miss Agnes Sumner, one of our most
charming and accomplished ladies, and
Mr. Millsop of Georgia were quietly
married Sunday nisht and left Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday for their home in Georgia. We
hated to give Miss Agnes up. but we
wish them prosperity and happiness
ten thousand fold. They went to
Georgia in Miss Agnes' automobile.
We are sorry to learn that Mr. Bos Bos-tick,
tick, Bos-tick, who used to be one of our
neighbors, is in a critical condition,
but hope he is better by this time.
Messrs. Theorine and Lorice Hall of
Lowell spent Sunday night in our
town.
Mr. H. T. Hall of Lowell stopped a
few minutes in our town last Monday
on his way back from Ocala.
DRIVES OFF A TERROR.
The chief executioner of death in
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in taking the best medicine obtaina obtainable
ble obtainable to drive it off. Countless thou thousands
sands thousands have found thi3 to be Dr. King's
New Discovery. "My husband believes
it has kept him from having pneumon pneumonia
ia pneumonia three or four times, writes Mrs.
George W. Place, Rawsonville, Vt..
and for coughs, cold3 and croup we
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Levon, Dec. 9. Mrs. Thad West,
wife of the timber blazer for woods
crew of McGehee Lumber Co., was
found dead In bed some time before
12 o'clock Thursday night. Dr. T. K.
Slaughter went out and examined the
body and pronounced it a case of apo apoplexy.
plexy. apoplexy. Mr. "W. J. Frink is able to be at his
post of duty again. He drove his car
up to Ocala Thursday afternoon.
Mr. Charles Gaulding and family

witnessed the Johnny Jones carnival
Thursday evening-.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barrett and little
daughter and Mr. Alfred Oliver spent
Friday evening in Ocala.
Mrs. H. P. Perry has charge of the
Levon hotel since the marriage of
Mrs. Flora Perry to Mr. J. Q. Baker.
Miss Lottie Perry of Pedro spent a
few days with Miss Julia Waters this
week.
Mr. "J. S. Waters Is on the sick list
this week.
Mr. Itufus Perry of Pedro is a busi business
ness business visitor to Levon today.

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Copyright, 1911. by Thomas
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The doctor sank Into a cnair and
looked up with a helpless stare.
"Yes. Jim. I will, ril-tell-vou."
And he related his experiences in tu
Bivens mansion, ending with:
"1 stole a case of jewels!"
Stuart sprang to his feet, with an ex exclamation
clamation exclamation of horror.
"You did what!"
"Yes." the doctor went on hoarsely.
"I stole a case of his jewels and sent
my girl abroad. I'm going to plead
guilty now and go to prison. I shall
never again lift my head in the haunts
of men."
Stuart sobbed in anguish.
"You see. boy. I failed when put to
the test. It doesn't make any differ difference
ence difference about my reputation. Character
only counts, and I'm a thief."
"Shut up!" Stuart cried fiercely, seiz seizing
ing seizing bis arm. "Don't say that again
and don't talk so loudly. Whatever
you did you were insane when you did
it"
"Maybe it was a mistake. 1 don't
know. I couldn't think then. I only
know now that life is impossible any

more, and I'm ready to go. You can i

send me to prison at once. Jim. I'm
glad you are the district attorney."
"But I'm not. I resigned my office
this morning to go into business for
myself. 1 had only another month to
serve. You're not going to prison if 1
can help it."
"But I don't want you to help It.
It's the only place to go now you see.
boy. I can't live with myself any more".
Besides I'm old and played out: the
world don't need me any longer."
"Well, I need you." Stuart broke in
"and you're, not going to give up this
fight as long as I'm here."
"I'm a failure: it's no use."
"But you've forgotten some things."
the younger man said tenderly.
"You've helped to make my life what
it is you haven't failed in that. You
gave your blood to your country when
she needed it you didn't fail in that.
You have forgotten the thousands you
have helped, the hope and cheer and
inspiration that passed into their lives
through yours. We'll go to Bivens
house tonight. We'll tell him the truth
We'll return the value of his jewels.
I'll get the money to make good what
you owe him" Ilis voice broke. "Oh.
why. why. why didn't you let n;
know? I've influence with Bivens. 11
will drop the matter and no one on
earth will know save we three."
"But you don't understand, Jim." the
broken man protested, feebly. "I tell
you I've given up. I can't take your
money, I can't pay. I tell you I've
given up. I can't take your money. 1
can't pay it back."
"You can pay it back. too. if you like.
Flarriet will be earning thousands of

dollars in a few years. Eler success is
sure."
A faint smile lighted the fathers
face.
"Her success is sure, isn't it?" he
asked with the eagerness of a child.
And then the smile slowly faded.
"But I shall not be here to see it."
"Yes. you will. I'm running your nf
fairs now, and you've got to do what
I say. (Jet ready. We are going to scf
Bivens."
Bivens refused point blank at first
to see Woodman and ordered his sen sen-ant
ant sen-ant to put him out of the house and
ask Stuart to remain for a conference.
Stuart drew from his case a card
and wrote a message to Nan:
Imperative that 1 see Cal at once in the
presence of my friend on a matter of
grave importance. Please send him down
He is stubborn.
ravens came in a few minutes, sh -W
hands cordially with Stuart a.ii ig
nored Woodman.
"I want to see you alone with the
doctor." the young lawyer began,
"where we ranimt I H i v t- ir
heard."
"I have nothing to say to this man.
but for your sake all right. Come up
to the library."
Once in the room and the door clos closed
ed closed the doctor sank listlessly into a
chair, seeing nothing, hearing nuthii:.
Ilis deep, sunken, bloodshot eyes wure
turned within. The outer world no
longer made any impression.
Stuart becran:
"Cal. you and I have been fritids
eince boyhood. I'm going to ask my
first favor of you tonight."
"For yourself, all right. You've got
the answer before you ask it. If
you've come to ask me settle with
old Woodman for any imaginary claim
he has. you're wasting your breath. I
won't hear it So cut it!'
"I'm not asking you to settle any old
imaginary claim." the young lawyer
went on rapidly, "but a new one that
can only appeal to the best that's in
you. Let it be enough to say that the
torture you Inflicted on Woodman
and the sicrhts he saw in your house
drove him insane. Hungry, wretched,
in despair over his misfortunes and
the promise he had given his daughter,
whom he loved better than life, in a
moment of madness he took a case of
your jewels."
"lie took that case of jewels?" Biv Bivens
ens Bivens cried with excitement.
"Yes

The little financier !rrbe into a pnl
of laughter, walked over tr the chair
where the doctor sat. thrust his han !s j
into his pockets and continued t I
laugh.
"So that's what you meant by laugh
ing and sneering In my face as yon
left that night, you hypocrite!
Stuart suddenly cripned Bivens and j
spun him around in his tracks. j
"That will do now! The doctor is j

my friend. I won't stand for this."
Stuart faced the little dark man with
a dangerous gleam in his eye.
"Well, what did you come for? To
ask me to give him a pension for rob
bing me of a case of jewels? I've ac
cused every drunken servant in th

house of the act j
"1 only ask that you allow me to re j
turn the value of your jewels and drop j

the whole affair."
"Can the district attorney of the

county of New York compound a
felony?"
I resigned my office this morring."
Bivens tried to seize Stuart's hand,
forgetting for a moment the jewels
in the bigger announcement which
meant the acceptance of his offer.
Stuart waved aside the extended
hand with a gesture of annoyance.
"You'll drop this case, of course, at
my request?
Bivens looked at the bowed figure
and replied quickly:
"I will not."
I told you I'd make good the
amount tomorrow morning."
"What the devil do you suppose I
want with your money? Five thousand
dollars is no more to me than 5 cents
to the average man.
He paused, laughed and again
stared at the bowed figure.
"I've waited a long time, old man.
but I've got you now."
The doctor never lifted his head or
moved a muscle.

"You are not going to prosecute
him?" Stuart asked incredulously.
"As soon as I can telephone for au
officer."
"Look here, Cal. you've Just asked
me to share your affairs."
"Not this one."
"Then to hell with you and all your
affairs! I'll fight you to the last
ditch!"
Bivens looked at him in amazement.
"What! For this old fool you'd re reject
ject reject my offer?"
"Yes."
"It's a joke! I see you doing it
Defend him if you like. I'll have good
lawyers. I'll enjoy the little scrap. A

fight letween us in public just now
will be all the better for my first big
plans. I'll send him to Sing Sing if
it costs me a million!"
Stuart lifted the doctor from his
seat and faced Biveus with a look of
defiance. "You needn't trouble for a
warrant. He pleads guilty. Your
lawyers can fix the dav for his sen sen-tence
tence sen-tence rnd 1 want you to be there
"I'll be there, don't vou worrv!"

(Continued Monday)

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Fancy Cakes, per pound 19c
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6 Packages Oyster Crackers 25c
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3 Packages Social Teas . . ; 25c
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Royal Scarlet Apricots 32c
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Mcllhanney's Tobasco Sauce 45c
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Van Camp's two pound Kidney Beans 9c
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OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1912

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Death atnl I'uueral Services of Mr. I...
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r.ased away iat Miri-ia. Korni.'i0'

about eleven o'clock. Trie funeral was
hel 1 in the Mi-ihodist ckurcu Monday
afternoon at 3 o'clock. The churcn
w.i-4 packed viih mourning friends,
and Rev, C V. Lane preached one of
the most do ,uent and touching- ser sermon.
mon. sermon. in tribute to th-- dead that has
ever In en heard in this town. lUs ser sermon
mon sermon has n a the-me for comment
and favorable criticism ever since. The
singing by the choir waj touching and
apr-ropriai' The tloral offering? were
profuse and everything in connection
showt-J the high esteem and love in
which this good woman was held by
every person in the community.
Mr. Trenure was called to Sarasota
last Wednesday on business concerning
his traction engines.
Mr. i:. M. Doynton surprised his
many friends here by rolling, into town
in his K. M. F. car fresh from the
north. He with his father, mother and
uncle made the passage from Long
Island to Silver Springs in their hand handsome
some handsome gasoline cruising yacht, traveling
mostly by the inside waterway.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haviland and
Mrs. M. C. Cook from Bridgeport, Ct.,
arrived last week and will occupy the
Millsom cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Tyrrell of Short
Reach, Ct., arrived last Friday and
will occupy their cottage for the win winter.
ter. winter. Miss Myrtice Camp with her mother
from North Lake Weir spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weaver.

Mr. John Hafner accompanied by president; W. E

his brother Adam Hafner drove to
Ocala last Friday. Uncle John has
been trading horses lately and now
has a horse of some class and action
as compared with his last one. Uncle
John always had money to bet that
hii last horse could reel off a mile on
a measured track in two hours and

forty minutes, or better.

is 'n oa that bet too.
Mrs. (Jary D. Washburn of Ocala,

formerly of this city, and for a num- j O. W,

bcr of years the president of the W. iTueker, A. L. ; G. It. Reddick, banker;
C. T. IT., and one of our most active c. R. Veal, clerk; A. Oalipeau, escort;
church workers, was a visitor to -this Carter, watchman; H. Clark, sen sen-burg
burg sen-burg last Monday, Tuesday and Wed-jtinel; Dr. W. R. O. Veal, physician; J.
neslay. I C. McCully, Ed Weathers and A. S. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Millsom have j Wallace, managers,
departed this town and are now visit- j Mr. Walter Ray returned Monday
in-r with the son "Bill." at St. Cloud, from a brief business trip to Jackson Jackson-whtre
whtre Jackson-whtre they will stay for some time. ville.
Mr. Frank A. Norton, Mr. rhilip! Special preaching services as an an-Fort
Fort an-Fort and one of the Fort kiddlets were'n0uneed for next Sunday afternoon,
visitors Saturday.
Walter Nelson has done gone and ORANGE SPRINGS
bought him another noise buggy for m
speculation and any one wanting a Orange Springs, Dec. 9. Mrs. C. C.
cheap go-wagon can get a bargain out-Moore and son, Donald of Hagerstown,
of Walter. i Md.. arrived here last Thursday to
Messrs. McClendon and Carpenter, J spend the winter. They are guests of
real genuine cowpunchers from Colo-jne Carlton House.
rado, made this town their headquar-I After a pleasant visit of weeks with
ters for several days, while they look- relatives here, Mrs. W. R. Tompkins
ed around the country, purchasing returned home yesterday,
what stray cattle that came in sight. nr. w. L. Cowart and Dr. G. B. Far-
The Misses Margie and Florence ramore went to Ocala yesterday.
Brooks, after an extended visit with j Mr j. w. Townsend of Lake Butler

tneir trienas, tne MacKays or ucaia, ;was a business visitor here last week..

are now, visiting their uncle and aunt, j Mess.rs. I. N. and J. R. Wimberly.
Col. and1 Mrs. Doolittle, at their lake have been shipping a lot of very fine
front cottage. Lively, piquant, viva- oranges.
cious and full of life faintly describes I MlT Hector McMullen is a visitor
these young ladies. here and is numbered with the settlers
Mr. Frank Lightsey has been a fre-jeast of town.
quent visitor to our town the past, Mr F H p'edx-iek was a business vis-week-
iitor to Talatka last Wednesday.
Mrs. Manville A. .Dudley with her j Mr and Mrs w H Curt's of Beaver
mother, Mrs. R. A. Snow of Wildwood. ; m Wlis nrA rptriitPrArl at tho Carl-

, ton House.

her daaghter. Mrs. Sutherl tnd to the
latter s home in Ch ristina a few days
s:n'--:. where she will vi-lt for a time.
Miss ."Verda Hampton was the guest
of Mrs P. A. Ausb.-y an J family of

rtion or la.-t wees.
). Rooney was in Ocala last

Thursday on pastoral bu-dne'-s.
One of tn- jollies': crowds we have
seen in many a day assemble 3 at a
given time at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Nelson last Monday evening and
irave them a pleasant surprise. As
Mr. Nelson is a strong advocate of the
old adaire of "early to bed and early
to rise." the party was none too early,
but after rubbing his eyes a time or
two he was as wide awake as it is
possible to be and he and his estima estimable
ble estimable wife proved themselves a charm charming
ing charming host and hostess. The evening
passed all too soon in music and games
and finally by a bountiful supper that
had been provided by the guests.
This has been election week among
the different fraternal organizations of
our little town as Tuesday, Dec. 3rd,
the F. U. of A. held their annual elec election
tion election ofi officers with an oyster supper
for its; members. The following Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, nirht the members of the K. of P.
lodge Invited their families and sweet sweethearts
hearts sweethearts i to a bountiful banquet, after
which tall but the members retired and
oftieer. were elected for the coming
term. Last Tuesday night the W. O.
W. met in regular session to celebrate
their annual election with an oyster
supper. That Martel f raternalists be believe
lieve believe in eating goes without saying.
Below we give a list of the officers officers-elect
elect officers-elect of the three foregoing great or orders:
ders: orders: F. U. of A., Chas. N. Hampton,
president; G. R. Reddick, vice presi president;
dent; president; W. II. Bird, secretary; J. H.

Seckinger, treasurer; I. A. Ausley, pasty

Huggins, I. G.; C. R.

Walker, O. G.; Mrs. Lessie Reddick,
guide; L. F. Dillard, chaplain; W. J.
Seckinger, Mrs. Minnie Seckinger and
Mrs. L. A. Tucker, stewards. Officers Officers-elect
elect Officers-elect of the K. of P.: P. A. Ausley, C.
C; J. A. Hicks, V, C; A. A. Whittle,
K. of R. & S.; Chas. R. Walker, pre prelate:
late: prelate: J. L, Smith, M. of W.; J. A. Nel-

The writer ; son r. a.; A. B. Williams, M. F. ; Chas.

N. Hampton, M. E. ; A. Galipeau, I. G. ;
V. Miller, O. G. Officers-elect of the

J. H. Seek'nger, C. C. ; L. A.

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made a business trip to Ocala and

other points not so very long ago.

Mr. R. A. Carlton was a business vis-

Every one in Belleviv will be glad itor to Qcala last week Since hls re.
to know that Mr. and Mrs. Blood with turn home Mr Carlton has ben quite

son Reginald are on the wr.y. Mir.

Blood it will be remembered is some-

ill.

Dr. B. T. Faulkmer of Melrose was a

what of a sprinter and many of the : professional visitor here the last of
inhabitants will long remember the 1 the week. IIe was the guest of Mr. J.

runnmg match that .ur. .Blood and
Mr. Tremere had around the square.
iMr. P'lood is sonie sprinter, some chef

B. Hall.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. M'llir and daugh

ter of Douglass, Wyo., are visitors

and a jolly good all around entertainer. who arrive( here last Thursday

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We carry jver fifty differ different
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green and blue ones, and many other colors and
shades and all of thedifferenthapes and trimmings.
We will take great pJeasur in showing you our
line of beds, and can certainly please you in this
department.
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THE FURNITURE Ai HOUSE FURNISHINGS STORE

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The Animals arc Guaranteed and the Prices and

Terms are Right. Respectfully,

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Ocala, Fla.:

V, C. T. U. Meeting

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itor to I'aiatKa last inursaay. t

The regular meeting of the W. C. T. L Mr- and Mrs. J. E. Treagle, of Salt j
1". was held at the home of Mrs. O. B. ake CUy, Utah, arrived here Friday. ;
Sias Tuesday afternoon. Ten mem-! They are much pleased and will settle j

ber.- and one visitor, Mrs. Washburn near Orange Springs.

of Ocala. were present. After the Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ffi'ster and Mr

usual business an election of officers Myers, Mrs. I'fister's father, are leav

was held with the following result: : ing this week for their old home in

Mrs. liryaiu and Mrs. Ridge were re-j Humboldt. Ia.
elected president and treasurer, re- j Miss Edna Mason of Milwaukee,
spectively. On account of her multi- Wis., is a guest of the Carlton House,
tudinous duties Mrs. Nott asked to be; Mr. S. M. Jules of Pennsylvania is a
relieved of the office ox secretary. As home seeker who arrived here last
she had served long and faithfully her week.

resignation was accepted, and Mrs.

Mr. W. B. Robedee am; son. Mr.

Connor was elected. The vice presi- George, spent last Thursday night
dents, Mrs. F'elding and Mrs. Weihe, here. They were en route to New York
were appointed by the president. The ; from Summerfield.
program for the afternoon was to have j One of the most enjoyable social af af-been
been af-been the reading of the essays on the fairs of the season was a birthday
value and purposes of the W. C. T. U., party g'ven by Miss Florence Hall last
but so much time was taken up by; Thursday night. Various games were
necessary business that the literary played and the piano music by Mrs.

W. I Cowart was very much enjoyed.
Miss Florence treated her guests to
some very fine cake and lemonade.
There were quite a number of pretty

part was postponed. The meeting ad adjourned
journed adjourned afttr appo'nting the next
meeting place at Mrs. Weihe's the sec second
ond second Tuesday in January.

The union church service, which is and useful presents and many good

held on the third Sunday evening of
each month under the auspices of the
W. C. T. TJ., will be in the Methodist
church the coming Sunday. The sub subject
ject subject is Sabbath Observance and the
program is in the efficie. t hands of
Mrs. Whittier, Mrs. Adams and Mrs.
Weihe. The meetings thus far have
been helpful and interesting and the
union would feel much gratified to see
the church well filled.
Mrs. Bane, who was a delegate to
the state convention, feels highly hon honored
ored honored in being appointed by the state
president. Miss Neal. as president of
the temperance work in Marion and
Levy counties, but as there would be
great difficulty in the matter of trans transportation
portation transportation from one union to another
and the many dutes which devolve
upon her as a pastor's wife, she feels
that she will be obliged to decline the
honor. This is to be regretted as such
able work as she is qualified to do is
greatly needed in rousing the "White
Ribboners" to make greater efforts
for the benefit of the cause.

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Martel. Dec. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Wal Walter
ter Walter Ray returned home last Thursday
from their summer's vacation in North
Carolina. We are all glad to have
them with us again.
We are glad to b able to report that
Mrs. L. A. Tucker has neatly recover recovered
ed recovered from" her recent illness.
Mrs. B. I. Freyermuth accompanied

wishes for the charming hostess.
Uncle lyailroad Cail a very old and
worthy colored man, died here Satur Saturday
day Saturday night.
The choir met last Saturday to prac practice
tice practice for better church music. Mrs. P.
W. Peck presided at the organ.

COULD SHOUT FOK JOY
"I want to thank you from the bot bottom
tom bottom of my heart," wrote C. B. Bader,
of Lewisburg, W. Va. "for the wonder wonderful
ful wonderful double benefit I got from Electric
Bitters, in curing me of both a severe
case of stomach trouble and of rheu rheumatism,
matism, rheumatism, from which I had been an al almost
most almost helpless sufferer for ten years.
It suited my case as though made just

for me." For dyspepsia, indigestion,

jaundice, and to rid the system of kid kidney
ney kidney poisons that cause rheumatism,
Electric Bitters have no equal. Try
them. Every bottle is guaranteed to
satisfy. Only 50 cents at Tydings &
Company. Ad.

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and using poor ammunition?

IF you do you can't havejmuch fun
or luck or even satisfaction, and
it takes all of these to constitute
good sport.
We are Headquarters for Shells, Cartridges, Ponder
and all Kinds of Ammunition Supplies.

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ed Improved Burt Oats, at Our Place at Oak, Fla.
32 Pounds per Bushel. Price $100 per Bushel.
Orders Filled Promptly. ADDRESS,
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Garden, field and flower seed, jus

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drusrgist and seedsman, Ocala. Ad.

HOTEL CHURCHILL
BROADWAY AND 14lh ST.
. Union Square
NEW YORK

FOK KENT

FOR RENT Nine-room house, tnree
blocks from postoffice. Apply to T.
C. Thomsen, postoffice or 31 N. 3rd
street, West. 11-15
FOR RENT Offices in Holder build build-in
in build-in ry Annlv to riivi-? & Martin

I Clean. Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, no!

the American and European Plans.
-mricax Plan, $2 per day and up. European Plan. J1.00 per day and up
Special Weekly Rates.

Churchill & Co.

AMD MULES

I am keeping at my Sales Barn and Lot, on
West Exposition Street three blocks west of the

court house square,
a Fine Drove of
First Class
Horses and Mules
Animals for all pur-

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able reasonable prices. I go to
market each two
weeks and select the
stock in person and
get the very best.

Call at the Lot, you will find some Stock to suit you,
if it is one or dozen head you need, I have them.

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The Genial Christmas Saint Sends A Cherry Message To AH Who Seek Appropriate Gift Things

We Advise You to Shop Early as Now You Will Find More Clerks Thau Customers. In Another Week There Will be a Difference

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Phoenix Guaranteed

Silk Hosiery
A box of Silk Hose would
make a nice gift to a Gentle Gentleman
man Gentleman or Lady. We have both
kinds in all colors
Mens Silk Hose, 4 pair for $2.00
Guaranteed for Three Months
Ladies Silk flose, 4 pair lor $3.00
Guaranteed for Three Months

Things

That Men
Appreciate

Men's Silk Lined Gloves $1.00
Men's Dressed or Undressed Kid Gloves. SI lo SI 25
Men's Guaranteed Silk Sox at per pair 50 cents

Smart Shirts,

Handsone
Neckwear,
Suspenders, Etc.,
Always Find a Warm
Welcome Awaiting Them
A Few Suggestions

Mea's Silk Neckties that are Classy at 50 cents
Men's Handkerchiefs any kind you want at All Prices
Mea's Oress shirts at.. S1.09

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This is always an appreci appreciated
ated appreciated gift. We have hundred
of patterns to select from in
about a dozen different styles
We can suit almott any
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The Ladies' Appreciate A Pretty Neckpiece

Neckwear adds just that finishing touch to a woman's waist or
dress that makes a neckpiece practically indispensable. Many
new and pretty pieces here most of them put up in a Christ

mas box ready for giving.
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This makes a very Uselui Gilt. We
are trying to sell out of Rugs as in
the future we will discontinue the
line. Come and look at our prices
they are positively less than they
have ever been
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LOTS OF SENSIBLE FOLKS WILL GIVE

Women's uits and Coats For Gilts
What could be more useful or more sure to be appreciated
than a smart serviceable suit or warm sturdy coat? Here you
will find a great variety of the latest styles to choose from ai
any price you want to pay.
Ladies' all wool Serge Suits, made in Latest
Plain and Norfolk styles, only a C9 CA
few left, they will go at tplw3lr
We have thrown a large assortment of Ladies'
Suits on sale for next week at prices that

will astonish you. You will have f A

to see them. They run from $8.00 to wLVAj

A large assortment of
Ladies' Coats go on sale
next week at a vvery low
prices as we must sell.

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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 Kle-Nol Co., are Southern made
and have proven superior to all others.
A number of prominent citizens o: Ocala are 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 grocer or druggist
one or more of the above.

WACAHOOTA

LAKE WEIR

Wacahoota, Dec. 11. The weather is
quite warm and begins to feel like
spring1.
Two large touring cars full of jolly
people came out last Wednesday after afternoon
noon afternoon and attended cane grinding at
Mr. V. P. Smith's.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Smith were guests
of Dr. and Mrs. G. D. Watkins of Mic Mic-anopy
anopy Mic-anopy last Saturday.
Mr. Laurence Smith and daughter,
Miss Theora were shopping in Mica Mica-nopy
nopy Mica-nopy Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John May of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville were guests of Mrs. J. O. Tyson
Sunday.
Little Miss Eunice llogan had the
misfortune to cut her fo6t quite badly
Saturday by stepping on some broken

glass. While not serious it is quite

painful and she is not able to attend
school this week.
The farmers are all busy digging
potatoes. The yield seems to be quite
gOOd.
Miss Rosalie Smith returned from a

several days' visit to Gainesville last j

Friday.
Mr. C. R. Curry was a business vis
itor to Micanopy Saturday.

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FLORIDA'S LARGEST II BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
Sister to.
THE HOME HOTEL OF THE STATE
RATES
AMERICAN PLAN 54.00 PER DAY AND UP-VVARD
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 PER DAY AND UP-WARD
A. F. WILSON, Ass't Mgr. TOOS. M. WILSON. Prop, and Mgr.
JACKSONVILLE FLA.

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Levon, Dec. 12. Mr. W. J. Frink
drove his handsome car up to High
Springs Saturday night and spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday with his brother. He returned
Sunday night, reaching Levon about
10:30.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Moseley were

visiting in Ocala Monday. They will i

leave Wednesday for Mr. Moseley's

home near Lake City to spend the hol

idays, while Mr. Moseley is trying to

regain his health.

Mr. P. H. Hill after several days
spent at the beds'de of his little af afflicted
flicted afflicted son. has returned to his posi position
tion position in Tallahassee.
Mr. Manus has accepted the position
as saw filer at the mill here, and has
moved his family in from Fort Mc McCoy.
Coy. McCoy. Mr. Will Lucius after several days'
confinement to his room with a mash mashed
ed mashed leg, an accident while clearing a
wreck on the log road, is out again
and at his post.
Mr. Jones, from Woodstock, is our
latest new arrival and has the posi position
tion position as woods superintendent for the
big mill here.
Messrs. W. J. Frink, H. C. Gaul ling.
Jim Proctor and son visited Ocala
Monday afternoon, going up in Mr.
Frink's Cadillac.
Dr. and Mrs. T. K. Slaughter and
Mrs. A. X. Goodwin were looking up
Santa in Ocala Monday afternoon.

Lake Weir, Dec. 11. Mr. Basil Ash Ashley
ley Ashley of Helton, S. C, is spending a few
weeks with his aunt, Mrs. J. B. Mar Martin.
tin. Martin. Mr. Geor:y? Thompson and two ,gen ,gen-tlemen
tlemen ,gen-tlemen frields of Stoneington, Ct., ar arrived
rived arrived Mondf.y to spend the winter. Mr.
Thompson has started to finish his
cottage wh ch. he was compelled to
leave unfinished last spring on account
of illness in his family.
Miss Louise Stebbens will spend
Christmas with her parents at her
home in Pace, Va. She will return In
two weeks to spend the balance of the
week with Mrs. H. W. Henry.
There is great activity on the lake
just now. One would judge it to be a
manufacturing center. About 5:30 the
first whistle of the sawmill is heard.
At 6 o'clock all the engines begin to
throb at the sawmill, the sand pump,
the Snow packing house, the Carney
Investment Company packing house
and the boats hauling fruit to the dif different
ferent different shipping points on the railroad,
make the visitors wake up and take
notice that Lake Weir is fast coming
to the front.
The ladies of the W. O. W. will give
an oyster supper at Oklawaha Satur Saturday
day Saturday night at the John Lewis store.

TOU

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HAND PAINTED
CHINA DINNER SETS

Till; SECRET TERROR

The haunting fear of sickness and
helplessntf s is the secret terror of the
working man. Health is his capital
Kidney diseases sap a man's strength
and vitality. They lessen his earning
capacity. Foley Kidney Pills bring
back health and strength by healing
the disease. They are the best medi medicine
cine medicine made fo kidney and bladder trou troubles.
bles. troubles. The genuine are in the yellow
package. Refuse any substitute. Sold
by the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.

We wish to call your attention to the
fact that most infectious d'seases such
as whooping cough. diphtheria and
scarlet fever are contracted when the
child has a cold. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy will quickly cure a cold and
greatly lessen the danger of contract contract-in
in contract-in gthese diseases. This remedy is
famous for 'ts cures of colds. It con contains
tains contains no opium or other narcotic and
may be given to a child with implicit
confidence. Sold by all dealers. Ad.

Hard luck never gets off the trail of

a blockhead.

FRESH SEEDS

We have the new crop ot garden and
field seeds for fall and winter planting.
Among therr- are turnips, rutabagas,
onions, cabbisre, lettuce, beans, etc

The seed are the most reliable, the

freshest and best that can be had. Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings .'t Company. Ad.

Order a China Dinner or Breakfast
Set with your Initial on same

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R. E. Yon;je & Co. are again in the

plumbing business at No. 45 Osceola
street, and Mr. Walter S. C. Yong? has j

gone out of the business. All plumbing
jobs and contracts, whether large or
small, will be carefully looked after.
Phone 25. Respectfully,

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& Co.

You will rind that druggists every- j
where speak well of Chamberlain's j

Cough 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
pleasant and safe to take. For sale
by all dealers. A3.

Do Your Holiday Shopping toy
Mail
A responsible house which has the best
merchandise in the world can serve you
as well by mail as in personj Such a
house is

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Stationery, Book and Art Store
45-40 West Bay Sreet Jacksonville, Florida
We Guarantee Mail Orders lo Give Satisfaction
Novelties in Leather. Silver, Brass and Parisian Ivory,
Pictures, Toys, Dolls. Gift Books. Cut Glass, Fine
Stationery, Engraving, Kodaks. Send for catalog today

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"A letter came this morning and brought the five I loaned my friend. I
hadn't expected it bo soon.
"Did I spend the five? Not on your life. I went over and made by second
deposit in the Commercial Bank.
"They had me endorse the five-dol lar draft and gave me credit on my
bank book, which now shows a balance of $6.
"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 save ten dollars next month."
THE WAY TO SAVE HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH

HUMP

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 11.50 to J2.50. 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 IV4, oz., 75c; IY2 oz., 18 and 20
ins. long, $1.25; 2 oz., 24 ins., $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 fall to
call during this week for our low
prices. Goods on display at the store
of Miss Mary Affleck,
Mill'nery, Ocala, Fla.
HELP WANTED
An opportunity to make more than
$100 per month, steady work; very
small capital required; either sex. Call
for J. E. Dura, 47 North Main, front
room. Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. 12-12 3t
FUK SATjE
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
WATCH LOST
Lost on the streets on the 12th, a
16-size Waltham watch, gold dial, fob
with K. A. initials on same. Finder
will receive reward by leaving at this
office. 12-12
IXVERXESS EXTEXSIOX
All the officers of the Seaboard, in including
cluding including the newly elected directors,
came in Wednesday. night and left
yesterday for Jacksonville. The of officials
ficials officials were mum as to the object of
their visit, but it is safe to say that it
had something to do with the exten extension
sion extension to Brooksville. Inverness Chron Chronicle.
icle. Chronicle.
SEED OATS
Ninety Day and Texas Rust Proof
for sale by Ocala Seed Store. Ad.
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We have placed on sale 25 of those
beautiful lots in our New Subdivision
NORTH OCALA
at 50 per cent, below value. After
this sale of 25 lots the remainder will
be advanced $50. per lot. Buy a lot
now and save $50. This is a beauti beautiful
ful beautiful piece of property, and we take
pleasure in showing it to you whether
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We are pleased to announce that we
have secured the services of Miss
Frieda Bandrimer, who has 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 ladles
of Ocala and to show them our up to
date stock of dresses and coat suits
of which we have just received a new
shipment. Call and meet Miss Frieda
at our store. M. Fishel & Son.
DH, W. K. LATTO
Specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office, Law Library Bldg, Ocala. Ad.
FULLER & AYER
DEXT1STS
Telephone, 154
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE CHEAP
A four-cylinder, two-passenger car
in first class condition In every respect.
Cheap for cash. Apply at this office.
SATURDAY SPECIAL
One Pound Print Brookfleld Cream Creamery
ery Creamery Butter 42c. O. K. Teapot Grocery.
FOR REXT
Three furnished and two unfurnish unfurnished
ed unfurnished rooms, desirable location. Apply at
53 South Fourth street. Ad.
Mrs. W. R. Lambert, after spending a
few days visiting her father here left
for Lakeland this morning. She will
attend the state Baptist convention
and then will return to her husband at
Quincy. Brooksville Argus.
LOST White and liver colored
pointer dog about eight months old;
slender built. Reward offered for re return
turn return to Ocala House Pool Room. S. E.
Ausley, owner. 12-14
ORANGES FOR CHRISTMAS
I am now booking orders for my
usual PRESENTATION PACK, compos composed
ed composed of pineapple oranges, grapefruit and
tangerines. Price $2.25 per box. Straight
oranges (pineapples) $2 per box f. o.
b. Auburndale. The fruit is of much
finer flavor than for many years.
Samples at the Ocala Steam Laundry.
12-7-18t E. M. Howard, Phone 101.
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Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
Go to the Ocaia seed Store for fresh
seeds. Ad.
Mrs. M. T. Smith of Holder was In
the city yesterday and today.
White Clover Flour is better,
your grocer.
Ask
WANTED A position as cook in a
private family. Apply to Star office.
Take Digestlt for Indigestion and
wear a smile. At Court Pharmacy. Ad.
Pure Food and 3Ieat Stall, city mar market,
ket, market, phone 471. 31. C. Dofth. 11-22-tf
Nyal's Corn Remover actually re removes.
moves. removes. 25c. at both Gerig's Drug
Stores. Ad.
Crowds of Christmas shoppers came
in today on all the trains and roads,
and the streets were lively.
On hand IOO gallong house paint a a-Morted
Morted a-Morted color to dispose of at a sac sacrifice.
rifice. sacrifice. Call on Jos. W. Dodge. 12-10-tf
Miss Edna Smit, cashier at Rhein-
auer's, who has Teen on the sick list,
pis back at her perat today.
Cabbage, collard, ttuce and onion
plants for sale at the Ocala Seed
Store. Ad.
Little Miss Helen Jones is recover recovering
ing recovering from her operation, and will soon
be able to leave the hospital" for home.
Canary birds for sale. Will make
nice Christmas gifts. Mrs. Henry Gor Gordon,
don, Gordon, city. 12-14-12t
Mrs. S. J. Merck, of Gainesville, Ga.,
is visiting her daughter, Mrs. B. H.
Seymour.
Pearl tooth brushes are sold at
Gerig's Drug Stores at 25c. and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ad.
The Seaboard Air Line limited, Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville to Tampa, will resume service
Jan. 6.
FOR RENT Two-story house with
every modern convenience. Apply to
Joseph Bell. 12-13-6t
Stop coughing by using Cherry Bark
Cough Syrup. Sold only at the Rexall
Stores. Ad.
A full line of enameled ware and
flower pots at a bargain at the Ocala
Seed Store. Ad.
Mrs. Susie MePherson is expected
here next week from South Carolina,
to visit her father, Mr. B. H. Seymour,
and family.
Spend one dollar with Ollie Mordis
and get a good lead pencil and a nice
calendar for 1913, free. Come quick
before they are all gone. 13-20d
Misses Daisy Haines of Cincinnati,
Susie Lambert of Sumterville and Min Minnie
nie Minnie I. Stephens of Monticello are at the
Ocala House.
Look at our line or box stationery
before making your purchase. Most
anything you want can be found at the
Court Pharmacy. Ad.
5 Davis,
tire attractive
Richards of Ar-
Slaughter of Mrsi J.
eadia,- is visiting-her great-grand-rother,
Mrs. L J. Parr.
Better hurry if you want one of
those calendars at Ollie Mordis'. They
are free with one dollar's worth of
goods. 13-20d
Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Burnett and
their pretty baby came, up from Tar Tarpon
pon Tarpon today to visit Mrs. Burnett's par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L Smoak.
Arkansas Chill & Vever Tonic, 25
and 50 cents per bottle. Guaranteed
to cure. Best for colds and iagrippe.
Tydings & Co. Ad.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Blesch are now
keeping house in Mrs. W. S. Bullock's
pretty cottage on North Main street,
opposite the postoffice.
If yv. u 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.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Packham, who
have both been quite sick since their
return from Cape May Point. N. J., are
able to be out again.
Dr. Blitch and daughter. Miss Legie,
and their guest, Mrs. D. B. Thompson
of Vienna, Ga., were in town from
Blitchton today, to do Christmas shop shopping.
ping. shopping. Vice President Capps of the Pea Pea-!
! Pea-! board Air Line, who has been inspect inspect-:jing
:jing inspect-:jing the country around Brooksville
j and Inverness, was in town yesterday
in his private car, and went on nortn,
Mrs. James Wesley Stevens of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, pleasantly remembered in
Ocala, where she made her home for
some time, gave a most enjoyable
bridge party to her friends in compli compliment
ment compliment to Mrs. Glenn B. Jennings Fri Friday
day Friday afternoon.
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i Everybody admired that fine head of
hair that Albert Gerig displayed on
the stage last evenfn. His brother,
Jake, in the audiene carefully ex explained
plained explained to those near hrji that it was
the result of hair tortc iought at his
store. But when we all looked at Al Albert
bert Albert this morning:, lo and behold, it
had "growed off again."
The fourth quarterly conference of
the Methodist church was held last
night. All officers present, except one
'j' who was out of the city. Ine confer
, met
1 or 5.
ence was also well attended by visit-
The business of the church was
! found to be in a satisfactory eonii-
tion with Prospects for a full report

to the conference next week at Tam Tampa.
pa. Tampa. Officers for the new year were
elected. Mr. L X. Green was made
Sunday school superintendent in. place

of Mr. L W. Duval, who has tempor
arily removed from the city. Compli Complimentary
mentary Complimentary resolutions relating to the
closing of Dr. Nixon's work on the
district were unanimously passed.
The ladies of the Baptist church
ihave hppn holdinc- thir hajar tmlav nn
Lhe Qcala House veranda. Tney nad
ma- nr0,tv fanv otio or, m.
delicious cake and candy. Their goods
found ready sale, and it will pay you
to interview -them before all are gone.
Mr. W. C. White, who has been at
Stuart on the east coast, was in town
today on his way to his old home at
Electra. He says it is a fine eountry
down the east coast, but nothing is so
good all the year around as old Mar Marion.
ion. Marion. Yesterday afternoon while Mr. R. S.
Layne, a lineman for the telephone
company, was trying to lift or move a
large pole, he slipped and fell, his back
struck against the curbing and two of
his ribs were broken. While Mr. Layne
is painfully hurt, his condition Is not
thought to be serious.
f Mr. Louis H. Wilson and Miss Majorie
Moore, a nice looking! young couple
from Fort McCoy J were at the court courthouse
house courthouse this morniis-jto invest in a
marriage license. Revf Bunyan Steph Stephens
ens Stephens tied the knot aril Mr. and Mrs.
Wilson returned to Fort McCoy on the
afternoon train.
Mr. 15. W. Partridge of the Partridge Partridge-Neville
Neville Partridge-Neville Company, of Huntington, W.
Va., is in the city. Mr. Partridge Is
the gentleman who put on sale the
lots of Magnolia Place for Woodrow
and Robinson in 1911. He is here to
look after his business interests in the
state and inc'dentally shake hands
with his numerous friends.
The young lady members of the
basketball team of Phi Sigma College
are practicing several times each' week!
They have fine material and are doing
good work. They expect to play a
match game soon after the dolidays.
They hope to have the support of the
sport lovers of th city.
Several different styles and prices in
andirons and fire sets, all pretty pat patterns.
terns. patterns. Fire screens in several styles,
at the Marion Hardware Company. Ad.
Very handsome, guaranteed steel
carving sets, most any price you may
wish, at the Marion Hardware Com Company.
pany. Company. Most appropriate for Christmas
gifts. 12-25d wit Ad.
Cook stoves, ranges, Florence auto automatic
matic automatic kerosene burning stoves, fireless
cookers, etc. Quite a range of prices,
at the Marion Hardware Company. Ad.
Reels, lines and all kinds of fishing
tackle of the kind that gives satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction at the Marion Hardware Co. Ad.
GENUINE ALLIGATOR BAGS AND
PURSES JUST ARRIVED AT 11. B.
MASTERS COMPANY. Adv. 12-13-6t
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 957,
Ocala. Fla. 12-14-lm
92 lbs. Meal and Grits.. 25c
14 lbs Whole Grain Rice $1.00
Irish Potatoes, per peclc 30c
Sweet Potatoes, per peck 20c
Cream of Wheat 15c
Large Snowdrift Compound. .$1.20
15 Gallons Oil 60c
7 Bars Lenox Soap 25c
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 3Ieat 25c
3 Sunbeam Corn Flakes 25c
S un beam Oat m eal 10c
14 -lb. Pkg. Van Houtons Cocoa . 25c
2-lb. Pkg. Van Houton's Cocoa. .45c
1-lb. Pkg. Van Houton's Cocoa. .85c
Best Cocoa on lii? Market
i Pure Lard (home made) per can... 30c
Sunbeam Uoiled Cider 35c
Cracker Boy Coffee 30c
Tito Bottles Lemon and Vanilla
Extract, 10c. size 15c
One Bottle Lemon or Vanilla Ex Extract,
tract, Extract, 25c. size 20c
White House Coffee, one pound.... 40c
White House Coffee two pounds... 75c
White House Coffee three pounds. $1.05
-THOMAS
CO.
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A Good

RJ3QMEY

Is the head that kLows how to keep as well as make it
That kind of a head always seeks a safe place like cnr
bank to keep its money.
A REAL MONEY MAKER
Is always one who is busy. Such people enjoy to its
utmost the merrymaking of Xmas day. Its conservative

advice we give when we say,

Xmas time at onr bank.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK

CAPITAL FULLY
H. D. STOKES.
L. EDWARDS, Pres.
JNO.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Presbyterian
(Pastor, Rev. V'. H. Dodge. D. D.)
9:45 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Sermon.
3 p. m. The Junior Missionary So
ciety.
7 p. m. Sermon.
A cordial invitation extended to the
public.
Baptist
Bunyan Stephens, Pastor
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching service
Sermon, "A Christian in the Home."
3:30 p. m. Junior Union.
6:45 p. m. Senior Union.
7:30 p. m. Preaching service.
Sermon, "Secret Disciples."
A hearty welcome to all.
Methodist
Rev. J. B. Ley, Pastor.
Rev. T. J. Nixon, who completes his
four years on the Ocala- district, will
preach at night his closing sermon. He
should be gretted with a full house.
Mr. Ley will preach at 11 o'clock.
Subject, "A Gift that Counts." At this
service Mr. Ley completes his second
year's pastorate.
At each service the choir will render
a special anthem. Strangers will be
given a cordial welcome.
Episcopal
There will be services on Sunday
morning at Grace Episcopal church, at
the usual hours: 7:30 a. m., celebra celebration
tion celebration of the holy coramun'on; 9:45 a. m.,
Sunday school; 11 a. rh., a second
celebration of the holy communion and
litany and sermon. The Rev. Jas. G.
Glass of Anniston, Ala., who is winter wintering
ing wintering at Island Grove, will conduct the
services.
Christian
(W. H. Coleman, Minister.)
10 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Sermon.
3 p. m. Junior C. E.
7 p. m. Sermon.
Everybody welcome.
Junior C. tO. Program
Topic, "A Walk ith the Risen
Christ."
Text, Luke 24:13-15.
Carolyn Borden, leader.
Song.
Prayer.
Bible lesson read by leader.
Chalk talk Hugh Chace.
Lesson story Floyd Coleman.
Sentence prayers.
Review of appearances led by super superintendent.
intendent. superintendent. Mission study Mrs. Thompson.
Roll call.
Minutes of last meeting.
Mizpah.
WEATHER FORECAST
Generally fair tonight and Sunday.
WEATHER REPORT
Clear, northeast wind.
Minimum temperature, 41 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 63 degrees.
Average, 60 degrees.
Ml t il COI KAGK SHOWN
BY J. D. M(K)UKH
What might have been a terrible ac accident
cident accident was narrowly averted at Her Hernando
nando Hernando Saturday morning. It seems
that Mr. R. V. Harrison, wife of the
A. C. L agent at that point, together
with her children, were at the depot
intending to go away on Sunnyjim.
Upon the approach of the train one of
their little twin sons ran out of the
depot in front of the engine, and was
within ten fet of it, when he fell In
the middle of the track. Mr. and Mrs.
Harrison ran to the relief of the child,
when the father was knocked from the
track after throwing the child from
the rails. Mrs. Harrison ran before a
passing through freight with the child
in her arms, when J. D. Moorer sprang
to her rescue. She, too, fell but Mr.
Moorer succeeded in clearing her and
ths child, together with himself, from
the track and none were painfully hurt
but Mr. Harrison. Many who witness witnessed
ed witnessed the scene were nearly paralyzed
with fear and tremblingly awaited the
examination of the imperilled people.
When it was found that no one was
painfully hurt but Mr. Harrison, there
was great rejoic'ng. Citrus County
Chronicle.
EZRA YDER
Mr. C. V. Rpberts went down to
Summerneld yesterday to embalm the
body of Mr. Ezra Snyder, who died at
the home of his niece, Mrs. Florence
Phelps. Mr. Snyder was 73 years of
age and with his sisters, Mrs. M. J. Ma Ma-honey
honey Ma-honey and Mrs. S. D. Evans, came
from Charlotte. Mich., five months ago
and was stopping with Mrs. Phelps.
Mrs. Mahoney will accompany the body
to Michigan, leaving today.
Rub the Joints with BALLARD'S
SNOW LINIMENT to relieve rheuma rheumatism.
tism. rheumatism. It penetrates the flesh to the
bone conveying its soothing and re restorative
storative restorative influence to the spot where
11-10 r.jln crista Trir 2 5r 50c and
!51 per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Ad.

HEAD

open that new account this
IX $75,000
Cashier.
CLARENCE CAMP. Vice Pres.
ANY BODY CAN
SHOO THE FUES
5
BUT IT TAKES
AN EXPERIENCED
MAN TO
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SHOE THE FEET"
LITTLE
IS TOE MAN
Bedroom Slippers,
Slumber Slippers.
We "Shoe 'EmM From
Infancy to Old Age.
OUR SHOES
"Fit" and "Benefit."
full line:
BURSON SEAMLESS HOSE.
LITTLE'S SHOE PARLOR
8 West Broadway
Ocala :::::: Florida
Un tr.e Character 01 jncy
depends its fitness tor
jiift making.
J No Candy is so well fitted
and graciously accepted as
" Candies of Rare Quality.'
T. W. TROXLER
21 Slain Street
SALES AGENT
for
jgjUYLEE g
Dr.D.M.Boney, optometrist
EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
r
Optometry Office and Laboratory
OFFICE HOURS
j 9 to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 4:20 p. m.
I Rooms 2-6 Gary Building, Ocala, Fla.
The very acme of quality In.
ROASTS POULTRY
CHOPS BACONS
SAUSAGE BOLOGNA
STEAKS HAMS
is always to be had here where qu&l qu&l-ty
ty qu&l-ty and close prices go hand In hand.
We will convince you that this Is the
market for you to patronize If you will
but grant us the trial. Phone 10S.
W. II. MARSTI, PROPRIETOR
FORMERLY EDWARDS' JIARKFT

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OCALA EVEXTXG STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1912

SEVEN

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The Temple Theater was crowded j
last night with people who were de-
lighted with the performance of the
actors in the pretty tIav of "snow-

w Lite and the Seven Dwarfs." TheI'ratt, the beloved wif

orchestra and parquet .-eats were alf
filed, and it is a noticeable fact tha,t i
many colored people were in the gaf- j

ier. particularly interested in tie 1 moving- from t
performances of the children, j. Springs a few
ijThe opening scene, where all tjie'this life at 4 ;
tJiiries and florist children met In honor ; 10, at the home

-' Snow-White's birthday was a mfst I U. W. McMullen, 124 East Monroe
charming one. The .stage was thrortg- j -street, Jacksonville, where she had
ed with pretty children, who wftjijoeen ill for nearly two months,
their dainty white dresses and gauzy! ""5Trs7-r,ratt was born in Brooks coun countings
tings countings were as near the really, truly ; ty, Ga 60 years ago and came to
iiries as mortal minds and fingers j Florida when quite young. She was a
could make them. Had anyone who j member of the Methodist church and
believed in the delightful fairy stories! all her life lived as a consistent Chris Chris-of
of Chris-of the olden time met them in the tian. She was a kind and loving
greenwood instead of on the stage, he mother, a devoted wife and her neigh neigh-couldn't
couldn't neigh-couldn't have helped believing he saw bors and all who knew her loved her.
the genuine "little people."" It was j The writer of these lines remembers
worth far more than the admission j her with almost the love of a son. As

price to see so many of Ocala's pretty
children in a bunch.
Miss Susie Lou -Ellis made$ u-lovely
"Snow-White" princess, and her superb
soprano voice was listened to with de delight.
light. delight. Mrs. Mary Eagleton made a
magnificent queen, and her beautiful
contralto thrilled her hearers. Mr".
.Albert Gerig was a dashing young
king, and his excellent tenor was one
of the finest vocal features. XIr.'Drake,
with his picturesque feathered cap and
jerkin of Lincoln green, his long bow
and quiver of cloth-yard shafts', was an
Ideal huntsman, and sang baas splen splendidly.
didly. splendidly. Miss Elizabeth Bennett was
most clever in the prologue. She is a
talented little miss and her appear appearances
ances appearances on the stage always bring ap ap-plausf.
plausf. ap-plausf. -1 f
I Following were the florist' children
-jS'l fairies:
Elizabeth Hocker, Agnts, Burford,
Elizabeth Bennett, Louise Rentz, Eliz Elizabeth
abeth Elizabeth Home, Theo Beckham, Elizabeth
jWetherbee, Kit Davis, Ruth Lee, Ellen
tripling, Olive Whaley, Rose Wolf,
Susie Mae Counts, Marie Robinson,
Janet Culverhouse, Caroline Borden,
Caroline Peyser, Cornel'a Dozier,
Caroline Riddle, Clifton Sexton, Marian
Meffert, Rhoda 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!, j
Lilian McCranie, Irma Feltham, ) Jim j
Haile, M. D. Haile.
Little Fairies
Harrington Hall, Ben Borden, Wal Walton
ton Walton Coppage, Frances Clark, Frances
Mclver, Fanita Cobb, Helen Magaw,
Emaline Blalock, Sarah Jackson, Nell
Wallis, Lucy Stanley, Dorothy Adams,
Dorothy Kea, Dorothy Simmons, Edith
Killebrew.
These little folks didn't alwavs fol-

jH low the lines, but where they deviated,

iiiej viiiy ituueu iu nit; ueiiiu ui uie
audienc.
Master Ted Drake and little Miss
Sara Johnson had a pretty little scene
of their own during the first act. They
brought down the house.
V Master Harrington Hall made an
ideal Cupid, and was evidently long longing
ing longing to try his bow and arrow on some
of the boys and girls n the audience.
In the third scene, the House of tie
Seven Dwarfs, Masters Otis Greeii,
James Chace, James Ellis, William
Richie, Allen Holl'nrake, Bob
and Norman Ives, all clever
dwarfs, and firm friends of
Chace
little
Sno"sv- j
White, came on the stage, and carried j
off their parts admirably. Masters Ted
Drake and Henry Camp were the hand handsome
some handsome little pages.
It was a very pretty little play all
thru, and there was no intermission
in the entertainment, as the excellent
Temple orchestra and some well chos- j
n moving nlcture subjects filled in the
time between acts.
lilCKISOX CHAPTER
ELECTED OFFICERS
Dickison Chapter, U. D. C, held it3
regular monthly meeting Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon in Yonge's hall.
On account of the election of officers
and other important business matters
the usual social hour afterwards was
not observed on this occasion.
The officers and chairmen of various
committees made their annual reports.
The bazar and oyster supper which
was given by the Daughters last
week netted about $75 for the memor memorial
ial memorial hall building fund.
The first vice president, Mrs. Harris,
the second vice president, Mrs. Izlar,
and the treasurer, Mrs. Strunk, who
have been so faithful and efficient, said
that they could not serve another
year. The election resulted as fol follows:
lows: follows: Mrs. E. M. Howard was unanimously
re-elected president; Mrs. S. R. Whaley,
recording secretary; Mrs. R. R. Car Car-toII.
toII. Car-toII. corresponding secretary, and Mrs.
J. II. Livingston, registrar.
The following ladies were elected to
fill the places of the retiring officers
who could not serve: Mrt. D. E. Mclver,
first vice president; Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk,
second vice president, and Mrs. D. M.
Smith, treasurer.
The meeting was largely attended
and the greatest harmony prevailed
throughout the afternoon.
Mrs. Edward Badger, honorary state
president, escorted Mrs. Howard, the

f re-elected president, to the chair, after

which the meeting adjourned.
GREAT LINE OF TOYS
AT FRANK GADSON'S
Gadson's Bazar certainly has a line
of toys that it may well be proud of.
In dolls especially this house excells.
It has dolls that run as high at $12
each, and is selling them. too. Last
year Gadson found that he did not buy
enough high-grade dolls, ranging from
$4. $5 and $8 to $10, and had to order
by wire for shipment by express. This
season he has tried to lay in enough.
The little ones and their mothers are
pay in
g many visits to tms popular
and the little folks all want to
stoi
take a peep at old Santa, who has tak-
t-n up headquarters and makes himself
quite comfortable at the head of the
stairway. Adv.
JAJIES KING
James King, one of the best citizens
of the county, and an old resident of

Citrus, died unexpectedly at

in Leeartto Sunday. His son, Harvey,
'vus on. the Houh jury and of course
vi.i irt-vntfrd from attending his
father's funeral. Inverness Chronicle.
MIt. VAAI. URT1I I'K.VTT
! A good old "mother in Israel" has
!Sone to her reward. Mrs. Elizabeth
of Mr. W. H.
Pratt of Green Spr
TrTriore
than a third of a c
Ozello on the eoas
tury a resident of
f Citrus county,
ice to Green
ago. departed
Tuesday, Dec.
daughter, Mrs.
far back as he can remember, he knew
and loved Mrs. Pratt.
With Mrs. Pratt when the end came
were her husband, three sons, two
daughters and a number of grand grandchildren.
children. grandchildren. All of them accompanied
the remains to Green Springs, where
the burial took place Thursday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Those of the family who reside
In Jacksonville passed through town
Friday afternoon on their way home
from the funeral.
The Star extends its deepest sympa sympathy
thy sympathy to the bereaved family and espe especially
cially especially the aged husband in their great
loss.
.MONTHLY WOODMKX 3IERTI
At the meeting of Fort King Camp
Friday night, the following were elect elected
ed elected officers to serve next year:
J. F. Thompson, C. C.
T. D. Lancaster, A. L
F. J. Burden, banker.
C.
W
E.
C.
It.
K. Sage, clerk.
II. McConn, escort.
I'. Martin, watchman.
C. Fraser, sentry.
X. Dosh, manager.
These officers will be
installed at
Friday eve-
the next regular meeting
ning, January 10, 1012, on which oc occasion
casion occasion the lodge will gather to enjoy
its annual banquet. The Woodmen
have always had a "spread" once year-
ly that is remembered until the next
one comes around, and we venture to
say that there is a larger attendance
at these banquets than at any other
gathering of a fraternal order in the
city. The Woodmen not only turn out
in force to eat and be merry together,
but attend their monthly meetings in
large numbers, last night there being
thirty sovereigns present and several
visitors. The camp has over 223 mem members
bers members enrolled and more joining at ev every
ery every meeting. Mr. J. J. Taylor was in initiated
itiated initiated last evening, one application
was favorably acted upon and five
were received for membership. Truly,
the order is growing in Ocala.
IIV3IK.VS HALTER
This was a busy afternoon for Rev.
Bunyan Stephens. He performed two
marriage ceremonies within a half
hour. Mr. Louis H. Wilson and Miss
Majorie Moore, of Fort McCoy, were
the first couple to require his services.
ilr- uson is superintendent or, tne
planing mill and Mrs. Wilson is the
daughter of the superintendent of the
commissary for the Rentz Lumber Co.
The other couple was Mr. S. Dorsey
Rogers and Miss Susie A. Slade, both
of Gainesville, who came down in an
automobile and left town immediate immediately.
ly. immediately. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson returned to
Fort McCoy this afternoon.
OPTOMKTKISTS TO MKET
AGAIN IN OCALA
The Florida optometrists of who Dr.
; D. M. Honey of this c'ty is president,
will meet again in Ocala Jan. 8 and 9.
COLLECTING THE COIN
I Superintendent Brinson has so far
raised $175 for the State Teachers' As Association
sociation Association meeting.
THE HOUGH CASE
If the Hough case ends by Saturday
night, the jury, court officials, wit witnesses
nesses witnesses and the public generally will be
surprised. This is the most remarka remarkable
ble remarkable case ever tried in this court, if not
in the state, and is being fought to a
finish by counsel on both ides. The
result is hardly even surmised, but it
is generally believed that Hough will
not be convicted of murder in the first
degree. Inverness Chronicle.
CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED
with local applications, as they can cannot
not cannot reach the seat of the disease. Ca Catarrh
tarrh Catarrh Is a blood or constitutional
disease, and in order to cure it you
must take internal remedies. Hall's
Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and
acts directly upon the blood and mu mucous
cous mucous surfaces. "Hall's Catarrh Cure is
not a quack medicine. It was pre prescribed
scribed prescribed by one of the best physicians
in this country for years and is a reg regular
ular regular prescription. It is composed of
the best tonics known, combined with
the best blood purifiers, acting direct directly
ly directly on the mucous surfaces. The per perfect
fect perfect combination of the two ingre ingredients
dients ingredients is what produces such wonder wonderful
ful wonderful results in curing catarrh. Send
for testimonials, free. ZT. J. Cheney &
Co., Props., Toledo, O. Sold by all
druggists, price 75c. Take Hall's Fam Family
ily Family Pills for constipation. Ad.
OPEX DAY AXD NIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunch 3 r-
ar.v hour. Ad.
ANOTHER ASSISTANT
OF PUHLIC INSTRUCTION"
Lakeland. Dec. 14 The appointment
of Dr. W. M. Bevis of this c:ty as as assistant
sistant assistant superintendent of public in instruction
struction instruction of Florida is announced by
W. N. Shears, superintendent-elect.
Dr. Bevis will take the office filled so
many years by Miss Clem Hampton.
Dr. Bevis came here shout three
years ago from West Florida, his na native
tive native home, and has been the medical
partner of Dr. I. F, Henley.

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Mr. Judrf Win He;; In Demonstration
of FireleM Cooker at the Marion
llarlvnr- Store Moaday
Morning;
We have just received a telegram
advising us that the IDEAL Fireless
Cooker demonstrator will be at our
store Monday. Every housekeeper in
Ocala should attend this demonstra demonstration.
tion. demonstration. Actual cooking will be done by
a lady expert from the factory. Drop
in early next week we don't know
how long we can keep the demonstra demonstrator
tor demonstrator she is a busy woman. Demon Demonstration
stration Demonstration from 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 5 p.
m. Adv.
TEMPLE TONIGHT
A ma ten tm. Johnny lliuiny and Vaude Vaudeville
ville Vaudeville All in Evidence thin
Evening?
Now listen, honey,
Get out your money,
For Johnny Bunny,
The man who's funny,
Is at the Temple tonight.
Three local amateurs will try for
the prizes, C. Green will present b
comedy Dutch act featuring the com comedy
edy comedy song, "It Can't Be Done," and
there will be a musical act by R. S.
Abbott, the Temple's accomplished vio violinist,
linist, violinist, featuring violin solos from the
"Bohemian Girl" and other operas.
Eight Ocala soldier boys will assist
Mr. Abbott in the beautiful camp fire
scene. The pictures tonight are in a
class by themselves:
"The House Thieves." An Italian
story and a dandy.
"The Girl on the Caboose." An ex exciting
citing exciting railroad feature.
Special picture featuring "Johnny
Bunny" and the Vitagraph dog, Jean.
Adv.
HLACK PATTI AT THE
TEMPLE THURSDAY NIGHT
The Black Patti Company in Cap Captain
tain Captain Jasper, which comes to the Tem Temple
ple Temple Theater next t Thursday, Dec. 19,
for one performance, is one of the
largest and oldest negro companies on
the road today, being in its seventeenth
successful season. The principals are
conceded to be the pick of the colored
performers in the country and to together
gether together with the chorus gives a pleas pleasing
ing pleasing performance.
The book and music of "Captain
Jasper," is the work of Will Cooke,
comedian with the Black Patti Com Company,
pany, Company, and is said to contain abundant
material to amuse and entertain. The
Binghampton. N. Y., papers in speak speaking
ing speaking of the performance given at the
Stone Opera House by the Black Patti
Company said that "Captain Jasper" as
presented at that popular playhouse
was the equal of and superior to many
musical shows given by entirely white
artists. If you enjoy good music,
good ,'omedy and an elaborate stage
setting, don't miss seeing "Captain
Jasper" when it comes to the local
playhouse. Ad.
EXPERT EVIDENCE
Sheriff Galloway of Ocala was here
again Tuesday as a witness in the
Bough case. The defendant was his
prisoner for several months, and he
is pretty well conversant with his con conduct
duct conduct in that time, and will doubtless
prove an important witness when the
insanity phase of the case is. brought
up. Inverness Chronicle.
K. of r. meet Monday night.
Tbe Most Intelligent Economy
Is to Buy the Best, the Cheapest
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SCHHUULK FOR THE SEASOX
Of the Theatrical Attractions Rooked
for the Temple
Manager E. C. Bennett has so far
made contracts with the following at attractions
tractions attractions for the season at the Temple
Theater. Many others will be fill-d in
later on.
Dec. 10 The Black Tatti.
Dec. 21 Stetson Glee Club.
Dec. CO Coburn's Minstrels.
Dec. 31, Jan. 1-2 State school con convention.
vention. convention. Jan. 16 School Days.
Jan. 21 The Climax.
Jan. 23 The Smart Set.
Feb. 3 Madam X.
Feb. 6 Paul Gilmore in "Havoc."
Feb. 14 Freckles.
Feb. 17 The Goose Girl.
March 12 The Servant in the House.
March 23 Evans' Honey Boy Min Minstrels.
strels. Minstrels. Fine Cutlery, knives of all kinds,
scissors of all kinds, the finest of im imported
ported imported and domestic steel, at moder moderate
ate moderate prices, at the Marion Hardware
Company. Adv.
A fine line of guns, ammunition,
hunting coats and leggings at the Ma Marion
rion Marion Hardware Company. Ad.
GENUINE ALLIGATOR BAGS AND
PURSES JUST ARRIVED AT H. B.
MASTERS COMPANY. Adv. 12-13-6t
Some women love dogs better than
they do men because dogs can't talk.
Wi: WILT, MATT. XOTJ SI
for each set of old False Teeth sent us.
Highest orices paid for old Gold, Sil Silver,
ver, Silver, old Watches, Broken Jewelry and
Precious Stones. Money sent by return
mail.
Phlla. Snieltlnj? & IteFlnliiR Company
ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS
SG3 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
TO DEXTIST
We will buy your Goia Fillings,
Golr Scr.p and platinum. Highest
prices paid. Ad-
WHAT OAE DOLLAR WTLL DO
A dollar bottle of Hall's Texas Won Wonder,
der, Wonder, a sixty day's treatment, seldom
fails to cure kidney, bladder or rheum rheumatic
atic rheumatic trouble. It gives quick and per permanent
manent permanent relief. Write for testimonials.
Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street, SL
Louis, Mo Sold by all druggists.
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 by the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Ad.
When you have a bilious attack give
Chamberlain's Tablets a trial They
are excellent. Sold by all dealers. Ad.
If you are troubled with chronic
constipation, the mild and gentle effect
of Chamberlain's Tablets makes them
especially suited to your case. For
sale by all dealers. Ad.
FAMOUS STAGE BEAUTIES
look with horror on skin eruptions,
blotches, sores or pimples. They don't
have them, nor will any one, who uses
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It glorifies
the face. Ecneza or salt rheum vanish
before it. It cures sore lips, chapped
hands, chilblains; heals burns, cuts
and bruises. Unequaled for piles. Only
23c at Tydings & Coxpany. Ad.
White Pine 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, X.
Pric?, Ga:nesville. Fla.

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Santa Claus telling what is
desired, we will give him a fine
up-to-date
Air Rifle.

Temple Theater
Thursday Night,
December 19 th
The "BLACK PATTI"
MUSICAL COMEDY CO."
WITH
Sissieretta Jones
THE ORIGINAL, HLACK PATTI
" HAPPY
JULIUS GLENN
Tbe Wangdoodle Comedian
IX THE XEW SHOW
Captain Jasper
A Rapturous, Melodious, Musical
Comedy. Two and one half hours of
good, clean corned v.
SOMETHING ENTIRELY NEW
Prices: $1, 73c. and 50c.
DUNXELLON DOTS
(Advocate)
William Andre Hood, little "Boot "Boot-sey,"
sey," "Boot-sey," as he was familiarly known by
his dear ones, came to bless the home
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Hood
Oct. o, 1911, and was taken from them
Dec. 9th, 1912.
Jas. T. Rawls of Crystal River was
in town Tuesday. Mr. Rawls will move
his family to Dunnellon about the first
of next month and is making prepara preparations
tions preparations now.
A petition is being circulated by the
citizens of this portion of Marion
county for a public road to be opened
from Juliette to Early Bird, Standard
and Blitchton, and will be carried be before
fore before the county commissioners at their
next meeting. If ever a road was
needed, it is here, as the people of the
three "last named places have to haul
their produce from s x to eight miles
out of their way in order to reach
Dunnellon, the nearest market of any
consequence. The commissioners are
urged to take immediate action in
this matter.
B. H. King underwent successfully
an operation for appendicitis Sunday
at the Marion County Surgical Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital in Ocala. Dr. Wm. Griffith of this
ci'y and Drs. Hood and Dozier of
Ocala performed the operation. Mr.
and Mrs. W. W. King and Miss Bessant
went to Ocala Sunday with Dr. Griffith
in the latter's car, to be present at the
operation.
KNIGHTS Or FTTHIAS
Ocala lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. ri. at
Castle HalL over Peyser's Crrllsle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. F. E. Wetherbee, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad.
MARION'-DUN'V MASON iC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each month at 7:30
o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
L ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Male All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than fny othe
mntractor tn tle city.

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Rah! Rah! Rah!
Temple Theater
Saturday Eve.,
December 2lst
Special Engagement
ot the Well Known
Of Stetson University,
Deland, Fla.
Come Out & Polronize the Boys
You will Enjov Catchy, Classic
and Popular ?ongs
and Good Music.
Soloists, Choruses and Quartets
DODGING JURY DUTY
Kunnan Society Women Evidently
Think "Not at Home" Will Go
With the Court
Independence, Kan.. Dec. 14. An ev evident
ident evident reluctance among society women
to respond to calls for Jury service
brought out an announcement by Jus Justice
tice Justice Clark yesterday that he "intended
to have a woman jury in every case
in his court where the testimony is
not likely to be of an embarrassing
nature. He said women had more
time for jury duty than men.
Deputy Sheriff Edward Wad man re reported
ported reported he had found It practically im impossible
possible impossible to serve subpoenas on six
prominent women summoned as Jur Jurists.
ists. Jurists. In many cases, he said, he was
met at the door by a butler or maid
with the information that the mistress
was "out of town," while at the same
time he could see the "absentee" in an
upstairs window laughing at him.
On his way to his office yesterday.
Justice Clark saw one of the women,
on the street. An hour later he receiv received
ed received a telephone message that 8he was
"out of town" and could not serve. H
replied that "she had better be la
town today."
EDWARD DRAKE
CIVIL. EXGIXEEil,
DltAUGHTSMAX
AXD CCXTRACTOIt
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
Vorthwost Corner Ocala House Illock
OCAKV FLORIDA
M'lVER & MAG KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Erabalmcrs
Fine Casksts and Burial Robes
I). L 3IcIVF.Il and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
ill Work Done hy Licensed Em
haliwrs ami Fully Guaranteed.
PHONES:
D. E. Mclver 105
C. V. Roberts 303
Undertaking Office 47

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commissioner's 3itriet Xo. $324.61;
Daisy and Fort McCoy special. $147.69;
Henry Gordon and crew, SS26.34; E. E.
Perkins and crew, 222.27; E. L. Friest
and crew, 1541.59; city of Ocala half
road tax, $2212.53; treasurers com commission,
mission, commission, $117.27; interest, $1483.83.
Xo further business coming before
the board, the same on motion adjourn adjourned
ed adjourned to meet on the first Monday in
January unless convened by the chair chairman.
man. chairman. CITRA I
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Citra, Dec. 12. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. j
Borland are now in Atlanta, where j
Mr. Borland is under treatment. His j
many friends here wish for him a
speedy recovery.
Mrs. Ida Williams of Alachua is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Jack Will
iams.
Mr. D. C. Walker made a business
trip to Gainesville Thursday.
Miss Mary Samford of Opelika, Ala.,
was the guest of Mrs. E. L. Wartmann
here last week. She returned to Ocala,
where she is visiting Mrs. Geo. W.
Martin.
Miss Dorothy Driver, who has been
in the late contest conducted by the
Jacksonville Metropol's, was a prize
winner, receiving a handsome piano.
Mr. Robert Riles of Hawthorne,
visited relatives here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Pratt left Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night for Green Springs, to be
present at the funeral of Mr. E.
Pratt.
Mr. Rutledge of Trenton is relief
agent at the A. C. L. during the ab
sence of Mr. Pratt.
Mr. Harris of Maryland is a late ar- :
rival in Citra.
Mr. J. J. Martin of Alachua was n j
Citra Thursday on business with Mr. j
J. R. Williams. i
Mr. Louis Tribbel left last week for j
Crescent City.
Mrs. Allen Hobkirk of Plant City
visited her .sister, Mrs. J. P. Ausley
here last week.
Mrs. Mary Fullwood is home from
Xorth Carolina for the winter.
Mrs. Wood returned Friday to her
home at Fernandina, after a visit here
with Mrs. Hagins.
Mrs. J. S. McAllister returned Mon
day from Cedar Keys, where she was
called to attend the funeral of her
brother. i
Mr. Walter Wilson, Citra's new real
estate agent, is now doing a rushing
business.
Mrs. Griffith has returned from a
visit to her daughter, Miss Kate Grif Griffith
fith Griffith at Fernandina.
Misses Ethel and Louise Borland and
Mrs. Harry Borland entertained a few
friends Wednesday evening with a
marshmallow roast.
THEY COME TOGETHER
Backache and Kidney Ache are Usually
Iaxeparable Some Oeala People
Are Learning Hoiv to Get
Rid of riot 1
Does your back ever ache?
Feel lame, weak so sore you tan
lardly work?
Are you making the common mis mis-.ake
.ake mis-.ake Waiting for it to pass away?
To cure the backache you must cure
the kidneys.
The pain may cease, but is sure ,to
return.
You may feel tired and worn-out all
the time.
Urinary troubles may annoy yoj, yoj,-leadaches
leadaches yoj,-leadaches and dizziness.
Make up your mind your kidneys
ieed attention.
Begin taking Doan's Kidney Pills at
ince.
Doan's have strengthened thousands
f sick, weakened kidneys.
Have driven out kidney backaches
for good.
Xo Ocala reader can doubt the fol following
lowing following statement.
It's from a resident of this locality.
R. C. Loveridge, 225 X. Magnolia St.,
Ocala, Fla., says: "I have taken Doan's
Kidney Pills for kidney and bladder
trouble and have found them to be a
reliable medicine. I do not hesitate to
recommend this preparation and advise
its use in cases of kidney complaint."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
Xew York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. Adv.
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
seasoned. One dollar for a big load,
delivered promptly to any part of the
city.
I also operate a hack service. Phone
your orders for a first class carriage
with white drivers. Phone 456.
J. A. BANNING.
FOILS A FOUL PLOT
When a shameful plot exists be between
tween between liver and bowels to cause dis distress
tress distress by refusing to act, take Dr.
King's Xew Life Pills, and end such
abuse of your system. They gently
compel right action of stomach, liver
and bowels, and restore your health
and all good feelings. 25c. at Tydings
& Company. Ad.
ni'RSOX FASHIONED HOSE
We have just received a new line of
the celebrated Burson fashioned hose,
in 25c, SOc. and 50c. 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 ou the market.
(Ad.) Little's Shoe Parlor.
STORE FOR REM
A well located store in the Ocala
House block for rent. Possession im immediately.
mediately. immediately. Apply to R. T. Adams,
Ocala House. Ad.
Everybody use? flour, why not get
the best. The White Clover Flower as
advertised in this paper is fully guar guaranteed,
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notice of nconroRATiox

To Whom It May Concern:
You are hereby noticed 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 nth day of 'January, A. D. 1913.
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. notice.-This
This notice.-This the 31st day of October, A. D.
IS 12. A. C. Blowers.
H. Cramer.
Geo. A. Blowers.
CHARTER OF THE If LOWERS LIME
A.XJ PHOSPHATE COMPANY
The i idersigned, A. C. Blowers,
Georsre A. Blowers and Hiram Cramer,
do nereby 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 BLOWERS LIME AXD 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 Is
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 fertilizer 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 engage 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
and 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.
S. 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 sreneral merchandise
and comissary stores. buying and
selling, by 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.
3 2. To acquire, conduct and con control,
trol, control, or rent out. hotels, restaurants,
cafes, boarding houses, rooming
houses, apartment houses, store houses,
garage, livery and feed stables.
13. To acquire, own and cultivate
farms, truck gardens and citrus fruit
groves, and to sell or otherwise dis dispose
pose dispose of the products thereof, and the
property so acquired.
14. To conduct a general real estate
and rental agency, acting as the agent
or broker of others in buying or sell selling,
ing, selling, 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
waiting any of the following classes
of insurance, to-wit: fire, life, acci accident,
dent, accident, health, tornado, automobile,
burglary and plate glass.
17. To conduct a general advertis advertising
ing advertising aarency, 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 help or labor.
10. To own, conduct and sell dairies
and dairy products, ot any and all
kinds.
20. To own and operate coal mines,
coal yards and wood yards; and to buy
and sell coal and wool 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 all other powers given to
corporations in 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 mortgages, or in settle settlement
ment settlement or partial settlement of debts
due the corporation by any of its deb debtors.
tors. debtors. But this charter does not grant, and
shall not be construed as granting, to
the said corporation am- 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.
Tiie car-ital stock of this corpora corporation
tion corporation shall be fifty thousand $50,000)
dollars, divided into five hundred (500)
shares of the par value of one hundred
i100) 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
f directors, upon thirtv days' notice
of such call, and not more than twen-nver.ty-nve
25) per cent shall be call call-el
el call-el for at any one time. Property, la labor
bor labor or services may also oe purchased
or paid for with capital stock at a
just valuation of such property, 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
agents 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
said 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.
Blowers, president, Hiram Cramer,
secretary, and George A. Blowers,
treasurer, and by these three as a
board of directors.
ARTICLE VI.
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which this corporation
can at any time subject itself shall be
the sum of one hundred thousand
C$100,000) dollars.
ARTICLE VII.
The undersigned, A. C. Blowers, who
resides in the city of Pineville, state
of Kentuckj", hereby subscribes for
thirty (30) 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 corportion. The un undersigned.
dersigned. undersigned. Hiram Cramer, who resides
in Kendrick Marion county, Florida,
hereby subscribes for ten (10) shares
of the capital stock of this corpora corporation,
tion, corporation, j
In witness whereof, the said incor incorporators
porators incorporators do hereby subscribe their
names and affix their seals, this the
26th day of October. A. D. 1912.
A. C. Blowers. (Seal).
H. Cramer, (Seal).
Geo. Blowers, (Seal).
Witnessed by: F. W. Ditto, Mamie E.
Fox.
State of Florida,
County of Marion.
I, the undersigned notary public, do
hereby certify that A. C. Blowers, H.
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 I
mat ne signea ine sam ariicies ior me
purpose of forming the corporation
therein named.
Witness my hand and official seal,
this the 26th day of October, A. D. 1912.
(Xotary Seal) Mamie E. Fox,
Xotary Public.
My commission expires February 10,
1913.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Xotice is hereby given to all cred creditors,
itors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de demands
mands demands against the estate of R. J. Nel Nelson,
son, Nelson, deceased, to present said claims
duly proven to the undersigned within
one year from the date of the first
publication of this notice, to-wit: Au August
gust August 21st, 1912. J. P. Galloway,
Sheriff and Ex-officio Administrator of
the Estate of R. J. Nelson. Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all credi creditors,
tors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de demands
mands demands against the estate of Robert
McDonald, deceased, to' present said
claims duly proven to the undersigned
within one year from the date of the
first publication of this notice, to-wit:
August 7th, 1912.
Robert J. McDonald,
s Administrator Estate of Robert D
MeDonald, Deceased.
NOTICE OF ADOPTION
Notice is hereby given that on the
26th day of October. A. I. 1912, the
undersigned will applv to the Honora Honorable
ble Honorable W. S. Bullock, jude 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 absenae of the
said judge or in the event of other
business of said judge shall prevent
the hearing of said application at the
time designated, the same will be
presented as soon thereafter as the
same may be heard. A ernes 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 against the estate of Selwyn E.
Rowe, deceased, to present said claims
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, 1912. Mary E. Bogie,
Administratrix of the Estate cf Selwyn
E. Rowe, Deceased.
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 undersisrned within one
year from the date of the first publica publication
tion publication of thi3 notice, to-wit: January
30th, 1912. D. A. Smith,
As Administrator Estate of Albert I.
Barber, Deceased.
Ocala. Florida. Jan. 20, 1912.
IN TIIE CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIE
Fifth Judicial ( Irruit of Florida.
In and for Marion County. In
Cbaneery.
Nannie Hewett, Complainant, vs. Mar Marion
ion Marion Hewett, Defendant Order tot
Constructive Service.
It. is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Marlon Hewett.
be and he is hereby required to appear
to the bill of complaint filed in this
cause on or before
Monday, tbe l.'Jtb day of January, HH.'t
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks irt the
Oeala Daily Star, a newspaper publish published
ed published in said county and state.
This 7th dav of December, 1912.
S. T. Sistrunk.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
Edwin Spencer,
Complainant's Solicitor.
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 IL A. Kramer, who assumes
all obligations owing by the firm.
IL A. Kramer.
J. E. Klock.
This November 30th, 1912.
IN THE COURT OF TIIE COUNTY
Juflee, 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 1Mb day of December, A.
D. 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. R. Nixon,
Guardian of the Estate of Eunice
Nixon.
Atkinson, Gramlinar fc Burdine,
Attorneys for Guardian.
For first class automobile service
by the tripw hour or day, phone Xo.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR LETTERS PATENT

Notice is hereby given 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:
IL C, Groves.
Lee Groves.
A. Ad cock.
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 to
corporations for profit.
Article Iw Name
The name, of this corporation shall bfc
"Anti-Monopoly Drug Store." and its'
principal place of business shall be at
ocala, Florida; but it may establish
branch offices and businesses in any
other place or places which its board
of directors may select.
Article Il Huwinema
The general nature of the busincis''
to be transacted by this corporation
shall be to own and operate a general
drug establishment and to buy and
sell all kinds of drugs both wholesale
and retail and all kinds of merchandise
usually handled by druggists and to
carry on and to operate a general mer mercantile
cantile mercantile 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 III. Capital Stock
The amount of capital stock 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. Officer
The business of this corporation shall
te conducted hy a president, vice pres
ident, secretary and treasurer and b
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- i
day in January, A. D. 1913, and an- m
nually thereafter; provided that any
two offices may be held by one person,
and provided further that the officers
shall be ex-officio members of the board
of directors. The following named of officers
ficers officers shall conduct the business of this
corporation until those elected at the
first annual meeting shall qualify,
namely:
President and Treasurer II. C
Groves.
Secretary A. Adcock.
Vice President Lee Groves.
And the directorate shall consist of
the above named .officers.
Article VL Indebtednefu
The highest amount of indebtedness
to which this corporation shall at any
time subject itself to shall be $25,000.
Article VII. Name and Henldences of
Subscriber
The names and places of residence
together with the amount of capital
stock subscribed by each subscriber
are:
H. C. Groves. Ocala. Fla., 75 shares.
Lee Gfoves, Ocala. Fla.. 50 shares.
A. Adcock, Ocala, Fla., 25 shares,
H. C. Groves.
Lee Groves.
A. Adcock.

State of Florida.
Marion County:
Before me. the undersigned author authority,
ity, authority, personally came H. C. Groves, Lee
Groves and A. Adcock. to me well
known to be the individuals described
in and who executed the foregoing j
proposed charter of the Anti-Monopoly
Drug Ptort. who severallv 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 mv hand and seal
this 30th day of November. A. D. 1912.
Bradford Williams.
'Real.) Notarv Public.
My commission expires June 13, 1916.
NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that F. J.
Webb, as guardian of the estate of
Caleb H. Heath, a minor, will on the
31 lit day of Marcb, 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
guardian of said estate. F. J. Webb,
Guardian of the Estate of Caleb IL
Heath.
Tltusville, Fla., August 24. 1912.
NOTICE
Of Final Settlement nnd Ilcharge
Notice is hereby given tnat on the'
I2tta day of February, A. I. 1913
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 will
apply for discharge.
This 5th day of Auarust. A. D. 1912.
Kate B. Howell,
As Administratrix of Adalade B. Chi Chi-som.
som. Chi-som. A. MOSES
General Commission Merchant
and Dealer in
FRUITS and PRODUCE
I am offering; tbe following; sroods,
to the wholesale trade onlyi
Special attention given to out of
town shipping; orders. Frenh Mock al al-w5
w5 al-w5 on hand. Telephone 209. Next
door north of Florida Auto Sale Co,
North .Magnolia Mreet, Ocala, Fla.
FINE FLORIDA
AND WESTERN
Beef, Pork and Mutton
FRESH
APALACHICOLA OYSTERS
Fresh and Salt Water
FISH
Received Every Day
Prompt Service, Good Goods
and Reasonable Prices
HENRY HOLLAND
Phone 351 Stall No.
City Market