For AH of the Homes
AT RIGHT PRICES
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1913.
THE FURNITURE MEN
The only Baking Powder made jrom
Roys! Grape Cream of Tartar
Road the Label
Alum BakingPowdar will not
ntaKe heaithjul rood
The surest thins in the world ia a
friend you can't depend on when you
Several different stylos and prices In
andiron and fire sets, all pretty pat patterns,
terns, patterns, ire screens in several styles,
at the Marion Hardware Company. Ad.
The average married man knows
what It is to be cross-examined.
White Clover Flour Is better. Ask
Pickard's fine hand-painted china at
Burnett, the jeweler's. Ad.
Great Reduction Sale
Levies' Ready -to-Wear
All the Remaining Models from the
J5est Eastern Markets offered at Prices
The Lowest Ever Known for
Apparel of Equal Value
20.00 to $30.00
$1..00 to $19.00
Vp to f 25.00
Up to 17.50
Childrens' Dresses and Coats
At Reduced Prices
MJn2lniaijLep &l Co.,
Ocala : : : Florida
E SPRINGS IK
Orange Springs, Jan. 1. Mr. V. W.
Newman of Oasis, Neb., is a visitor
here and a guest of the Carlton House.
Mr. W. II. Wimberly of Jacksonville,
who ha3 been spending the holidays
with relatives here. returned to his
Mr. M. S. Orr is a home seeker who
arrived here last week from Michi Michigan.
gan. Michigan. Mrs. FJrvin of Oeala visited her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Carlton last
Mr. W. L. Smith of Esopres, N. Y., is
a visitor here.
Mrs. W. H. Massey entertained her
Sunday school class at a Christmas
dinner. There were eight boys and
two girls present. After dinner their
pictures were taken and one will be
given to each member of the class as
souvenirs of a pleasant day.
Mr. G. W. Van Duren and Mr. II. A.
Newman of Oasis, Neb., are visitors
Mrs. A. M. Carlton- 4and daughter.
Miss Blanche of Jacksonville, are
visitors here, the guests of relatives.
School is suspended for the holidays
and Mrs. J. II. Wimberly, our very
capable teacher, is vis' ting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McGahagin of Ok Ok-lawaha.
lawaha. Ok-lawaha. Mrs. W'mberly will also at attend
tend attend the teachers' association in Ocala.
Mr. W. II. Massey, Jr., of Santa Fe.,
is spending the holidays with his
Miss Bessie Porter visited Palatka
Mr. J. W. Townsend of Lake Butler
is a business visitor to Orange Springs.
Mrs. Edison Lippencott visited Pa Palatka
latka Palatka last Monday.
Mr. Robert Carlton of Jacksonville
stopped over as he came up from
Tampa to visit his parents last Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Miss Bessie Porter spent yesterday
Among the most enjoyable things of
Christmas was the beautiful and in interesting
teresting interesting edition of the Ocala Daily
Star. It is filed away in a treasure
Rev. P. W. Peck filled his regular
appointment here Sunday night and
gave us a timely sermon from the
text, "My son, give me thine heart."
Messrs. Kane, Smith and Dammier,
who spent last week here, are leaving
today for their home in New York.
They hope to come back to Florida to
May this year of 1913 be a happy and
prosperous year to the editor and his
co-workers and all the great family of
the Star's readers.
tion was much in evidence. Two of
the young men acted as waiters and
served those at the refreshment table
with cake, cocoa and coffee. Home Homemade
made Homemade candies were sold by the young
ladies. Altogether the social was a
very enjoyabl- affair.
M. II. WALDROX
Mr. M. B. Waldron died Sunday
morning at his home at Daisy. Mr.
Waldron was one of Marion county's
oldest and most highly respected citi citizens.
zens. citizens. He was an honored member of
the Masonic 'lodge for forty years. He
was 78 rears f age and leaves a
o mourn his
widow and nine children
death. He was buried Monday at 12
o'clock in the old family burial ground
at Fort McCoy, by the. side of his first
wife, who precrd.-d him thirteen years
ago. A Friend.
CVHI) OF Til. V My
The entire family of Mr. M. B. Wal
dron take this opportunity to offer
their heartfelt gratitude to all kind
friends who in generosity of spirit and
good will aided in nursing and ad administering
ministering administering to the wants of their dear
father, who it lias pleased the Omnip Omnipotent
otent Omnipotent Being to take unto himself. May
God bless them all. A Friend.
Burbank, Fla., Jan. 1.
Wacahoota, Jan. 1. Christmas pass passed
ed passed off very quietly here. But everyone
seemed to enjoy the day and old Santa
remembered all quite liberally.
Miss Theora Smith and Messrs. Clr Clr-enee
enee Clr-enee and Napoleon Smith spent the
holidays in Jacksonville visiting rel relatives
atives relatives and taking, in the sights of the
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith returned
last Friday from Fellowship, wh-ere
they spent Christmas with Mrs. Smith's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Beck.
Mr. and Mrs. Retis Smith spent
Christmas in Micanopy, the guests of
Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Watkins.
Miss Rosalie Smith is visiting in
Micanopy this week, the guest of Miss
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Rawls of Mont Mont-brook
brook Mont-brook and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Pedric
and family of Gainesville were guests
of Mrs. V. P. Smith Christmas day.
Miss Alt a Beck of Fellowship, one
of Marion county's efficient teachers,
who has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
J. M. Smith, left yesterday for Ocala
to attend the teachers' association.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Torlay and child children
ren children of Melrose spent several days last
week the guests of Mrs. J. O. Tyson
and Mrs. C. R. Curry.
The many friends of Mrs. T. N.
Smith are Indeed glad she is con convalescent
valescent convalescent from her severe attack of la la-grippe.
grippe. la-grippe. Mr. Cedric Smith attended a party
on Dec. 27 at the home of Mr. J. M.
Mathews of Flemington and reports a
Mr. D. R. Dunn spent Christmas
with relatives at Micanopy.
Mrs. T. P. Whitesides had visitors
from Inverness during the holidays.
ANY BODY CAN
SHOO THE FLIES
BUT IT TAKES
"SHOE THE FEET"
IS TEE MAN
We "Shoe 'Em" From
Infancy to Old Age.
"Fit" and "Benefit"
BURS0N SEAMLESS HOSE.
LITTLE'S SHOE PARLOR
S est Uroadway
Ocala : : : : : : Florida
DR. D. M. BONEY
W. J. SHERIDAN
CEMENT AND CONCRETE CONTRACTOR
All kinds of Concrete, Cement and Brick
construction work done. Sidewalks and Cul Culvert
vert Culvert construction a specialty.
Will make close estimates on any job in
Brick of concrete construction, and none are
too Large or too Small to be given careful at attention
tention attention and executed promptly. A card in
the Ocala postoffice -will bring me to you.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
W. J. SHERIDAN
F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
Specialist in Chronic Diseases
THE DR. r.VCLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND
Dr. McClane's Residence, 407.
Bult 1 to 7 Holder Block. Southwest
Corner of Public fjquare
Tfotet Cat In made by special appoiatment. Special Gealt TTrlaary Cllal
after 7 p. m. eacH flay.
Kendrick, Dec. 31. Mrs. M. E. Car Carter
ter Carter spent Christmas with Mr. E. C. Mc Mc-Leod
Leod Mc-Leod and family.
The Christmas exercises were fine
and greatly enjoyed by all. The pro program
gram program was as follows:
Recitation Paul McLeod.
Dialogue, by five little boys.
Song Martha Belle McLeod, Loro
Brooks, Margaret Adams, Beulah
Guthery, Julian Ray, Kelsey Finley
and Paul Spencer.
Dialogue, by ten little girls and one
Recitation Leon Parker.
Dialogue, by seven boys and two
Recitation Timothy Loose.
Letters to Santa Claus Martha Belle
Prayer J. E. Turnipseed.
The tree was decorated very pret prettily
tily prettily and all enjoyed it.
L. D. Marlow of Jacksonville is visit visiting
ing visiting his mother.
Mr. Jim Burke spent Sunday and
Monday with Mrs. L. P. Olin.
The dance over to Mr. Fennell's
Christmas eve night was greatly en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed by all. It was given by Mr.
Harvey Waters and Mr. Charlie Owens.
A number from Ocala were present.
Optometry OfSee and Laboratory
9 to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2-6 Gary Building, Ocala, Fla.
Eleetra Jan. 1. Quite a large num number
ber number of Masons met at their hall here
on St. John's Day, Dec. 27th, for the
purpose of finishing up the business of
the old year and to install officers that
had been elected at their last meeting
for the ensuing year, who are as fol follows:
lows: follows: A. J. Snell, W. M. ; E. Caldwell,
S. W.; D. Long, J. W.; I. P. Stevens,
treasurer; W. C. White, secretary; II.
A. Perkins, S. D. ; Wm. Fore, J. It. ;
H. E. Martin, tyler.
Mr. and Mrs. Griffin Folkes spent
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Mr. and Mrs. L C. Caldwell came
from Victoria to spend a few days with
relatives and friends. They returned
Mrs. Wall of Lake City is visiting
fur an indefinite time her brother, Mr.
Douglas of this plac.
Mr. Gensell from the north has come
to spend the winter with his daughter,
Mrs. D. F. Stebleton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Avery, who were
stopping at the attractive home of
Mrs. G. A. Waters, have returned to
their home in the north.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Halford and four
children have arrived and are well
pleased with the '"Land of Flowers."
Mr. G. J. Halford, who has been ab absent
sent absent from home for three years, is now
home for a few days.
Mr. Peter Holly is at home for the
Mr. W. Caldwell was in the Brick
City last Thursday.
Mrs. R. A. Halford had .the misfor misfortune
tune misfortune to fall and sprain her foot last
Sunday night. It is rapidly improv improv-i
i improv-i n g.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fort were out
from Ocala to take Christmas dinner
with Mrs. J. Holly and family.
Mr. Pat Holly is at home again after
having been with his uncle for some
The sciiool trustees are now busy
getting the new seats ready for the
after Christmas session of school,
which will begin next Monday, Jan. 6.
The yards are being raked and all
necessary preparations made.
Mr. G. W. Brant had a serious attack
of lagrippe last Saturday but is now
Miss Emily Halford will go to Ocala
this week to attend the teachers' as association
sociation association and to do some shopping.
Her many friends are glad to see her
but again after a severe attack of fever.
Miss Myrtle Mock is spending the
holidays with her parents here.
Mr. J. C. Tillans and Miss Dixie Til Til-lans
lans Til-lans were visitors in town Tuesday.
Mr. Churchill and Mrs. Morse went
to the ordination services at Oklawaha
Bridge today and report an excellent
Mr. George Brant. Jr., took another
load of fine fruit to town Monday.
Mr. Gorbitt, the Baptist minister,
passed through our Town Tuesday
morning on his way to Oklawaha to
aid in the ordination or Rev. Edward
Mr. and Mrs. Avery, Sr., and Mr.
Bennett Av-ry from Pennsylvania, who
will stop vn Mr. J. C. Pillans and Mr.
and Mrs. Co e of Michigan City, Ind.,
who will be with Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Brant, are expected to arrive in the
course of a few days.
Everybody should come to Sunday
school next Sunday. It's election time
and collection. Don't miss it.
PLEASANT EVEXIXQ, AT HOME
OF Mil. AM) MRS. DAYEXPOKT
At. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Davenport, near Belleview last Fri Friday
day Friday evening, a very enjoyable party
was given. Dancing was the princi principal
pal principal amusement, and th evening was
one of the greatest enjoyment. Quite
a large number were present and all
had a merry time. Mr. and Mrs. Dav Davenport
enport Davenport have recently given lessons in
round dancing to a few of their
friends, and take justifiable pride in
the efficiency shown by their pupils.
Think a moment about this word. "Satisfaction"
is all you want, or expect, that is all there is to it for
you. So many of our customers have expressed their
satisfaction in having a check account here, that you
can see from that one word just how they feel about it.
It is a most excellent convenience to have a check
account, if you will step into the bank any day, we
will show you the advantage, as well as the satisfaction
of paying by check.
THE MUNROE & CHAMBLISS BANK
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Town property, improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real profit
. bringing investments.
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Groves for sale at most any anything
thing anything that you wish, on terms to
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
Agent for a dozen of the best Fire InsurancexCompanies in the land
Thoroughly competent to care for your insurance business.
Will be pleased to care for your business in any of these lines.
F. W. DITTO
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COLLIER BROS. PROPRIETORS,
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Prompt Attention Given All Orders.
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THE PLUMDIXG EUSIXESS
R- E. Yonge & Co. are again in the
plumbing business at No. 45 Osceola
street, and Mr. Walter S. C. Tong'e has
gone out of the business. All plumbing
jobs and contracts, whether large or
small, will be carefully looked after.
Thone 26. Respectfully,
Ad. R. E. Yonge & Co.
LAKE WEIR W. C. T. I"
A 4C social was held at the church
at Weirsdale Friday, Dec. 27. The af affair
fair affair was in charge of Miss Margaret
Snook, the superintendent of Sunday
school work.. A great many of our
college boys and girls being at home
for the holidays, the younger genera-
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OCALA . FLORIDA
Married, at the residence of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. K.
Nichols, their second daughter, Sallie
to Mr. Joshua Driggers, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Riley Driggers of Oxford, on the
evening of Dec. 29, 1912, at 6 o'clock,
Rev. M. A. Kelley officiating.
Tiie briie and groom marched around
the jioreh and into the hall to the
strains of Mendelssohn's Wedding
March, rendered by Miss Munroe, a
cousin of tlie bride, and they stood un under
der under a beautiful arch during the cere ceremony.
mony. ceremony. Mr. Lloyd Martin was best man and
stood with Miss Cora, sister of the
The bride never looked lovelier than
in her handsome white satin gown
with bead trimmings and a rosette of
white satin ribbon in the back. She
also carried in her hand a bouquet of
bride's roses, tied with white satin
ribbon. The groom wore the conven conventional
tional conventional black. The bridesmaid was
handsomely attired in a becomingly
made cream dress.
The 'house was beautifully decorated
with holly, roses and white chrysan chrysanthemums.
themums. chrysanthemums. Relatives of both contract-hri-
parties as well as many friends
They were the recipients of many
Queen of Sea Routes"
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Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Boston and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
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tickets to and from principal points
Send for booklet.
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L. D. JOXKS, C. A.,
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla,
'Finest CoaMivUe Trip I the World
twenty-pi.-ce set of silverware fr'm
the father and mother of the bride.
Shortly after tiie ceremony the hap happy
py happy .-:u ;2e left to attend services at
Oxford, and from there to the resi-
trie groom s
taught four successful
allie is very industrious and
erms of school
in Marroti and Sumter counties and is
well liked wherever she f5as been. The
groom is very fortunate in winning
the heart and hand of such a lovable
young la ly. He. too. is a very refined,
temperate young man of sterling worth
and is a successful farmer and stock
reiser north of Oxford. They will be
tue:r many fr:enas after
HAT'S the use of having a gun
and using poor ammunition?
F you do you can't have much fun
1 or luck or even satisfaction, and
it takes all of these to constitute
We arc Headquarters lor Shells, Cartridges, Powder
and all Kinds of Ammunition Supplies.
Ocala, - Florida
at no m e
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r-an-.fn rr.arrrur, tender, nervous feet, and Lct-taatiy
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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1013
OCALA EVENING STAR
Bittinger & Carroll Proprietors.
II. It. Carroll, Business Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, "Editor.
Entered in the postofiiee at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mall matter.
OCAL..V HOPES TO SEE THEM AGAIN"
Ocala is in love with the teachers'
association and with a great many of
The meeting of the association ha3
been almost an ideal convention. If it
has been as pleasant to the visitors as
It has been to our own people, no more
needs to be said.
The teachers are a class of people
that any city is alad to entertain.
Men and "women of bright minds and
clean lives, their presence has been a
benefit socially and intellectually.
The city has also profited financial financially.
ly. financially. Considering their incomes, the
teachers have been liberal spenders
and wise ones. Not only the hotels
and boarding houses, but the soda soda-water,
water, soda-water, icecream and candy stands
and the drygoods stores have done a
good business with them. Among the
results of their visit is the fact that
they have sent away thousands of
Ocala postcards, thus aiding to adver advertise
tise advertise our city. They have not bought
o largely of "bitters" as some other
conventions, but Miss Willard, the
great apostle of the W. C. T. U., found
when she went to Europe that it was
healthy to fortify the drinking water
somewhat whenever she entered a
strange city, and enough of the
teachers have followed M'ss Willard's
example to keep Ed. and Rollie and
Maurice, et als., from being altogether
It hasn't been so very many years
ago since Ocala entertained a former
convention of the teachers, and the
Star hopes it will not be very many
years before we open our gates to
I TELLECT l I, EXTEHT A IX M FAT
AT THE TEMPLE THIS EVEMVG
Friends of education who wish to
listen to excellent declamations, are
invited to be present at the Temple
Theater tonight, when tho.se who are
competing for the state medals will
be" heard.- There w'll be no charge for
admittance, but donations to defray
the cost of the medals will be welcom welcomed
ed welcomed by the association.
PEOPLE SLOW TO IWDEKSTAXD
ABOUT THE PARCELS POST
HOLLOWAY IN NEW HARNESS
After Mr. W. M. Holloway retires
from office as state superintendent of
public instruction next week, he will
take a brief and well earned holi holiday
day holiday and then take a position as state
agent of the Reliance Life Insurance
Company of Pittsburg. lie will make
his headquarters at his old home in
Gainesville, and will often visit Ocala.
Mr. Holloway is a man of exceptional
intelligence and industry, and will un
doubtedly make a success of his new
In a day or two, when we can do the
typesetting, the Star will publish again
a full description of the operations of
the new parcels post, which went into
effect yesterday. Already many pat patrons
rons patrons of the Ocala postoffioe are get getting
ting getting it mixed up.
Very briefly the requirements are:
Packages must bear the name and ad address
dress address of the sender. They must have
the new parcels pot .-tamps and not
th regular postage stamp affixed.
They must be fully paid. The matter
sent under the parcels post class mu?:
all be of the fourth class and that
class only. All other clases take the
old rates and old stamps, even though
they be lower or higher than the par parcels
cels parcels post rates. For instance, books,
papers, magazines, seeds, plant and
bulbs and of course first class matter,
take the old rate and old stamps.
Packages must be prepared so that
contents can be examined. For a small
fee, governed by the value of the
package, same can be insured for safe
delivery. The packages mu.st be mail mailed
ed mailed at the postofiiee and not in mail
boxes. This is applicable in cities also
of large size. Anything can be mailed
that is not dangerous to life, limb or
to other mail matter and that is not
perishable or destructive within a
IJ sure to ask at the potoffice for
further information and obtain rates
and stamps before mailing. By send
ing 75 cents to the chief clerk, mail
ing postoffice department, a complete
book of parcels post regulations with
zone map will be sent you.
Already there are several packages
held at the postofiiee with ordinary
stamps on them and no return address.
Last of all, ask the postmaster and
you will be right and safe.
"DAY DUE A MS"
No one likes any better than the
practical business-man to have some
thing pretty to look at, so the beau
tiful calendars that the Munroe &
Chambliss Rank sends out to its friends
this year are particularly welcome
They are genuine works of art and are
alike appropriate to hang over the
desk of the business man or the writ
ing table of-a lady.
The Ocala National Dank is sending
out to its patrons a calendar as sub substantial
stantial substantial and useful as its own build
ing a reminder to the business man
of his engagements and a help to meet
The St. Petersburg board of trade
had printed some beautiful folders
with a cordial invitation for the edu
catlonal convention to meet in that
city next year. The board of trade
sent a representative with the invi
tations. '. She gave out many beautiful
badges of yellow satin, which will be
prized souvenirs to all the friends of
the Sunshine City.
This magnifficent new shop is
now open for business. The
best equipped shop in the city.
Through sanitary, modern in
every respect Hot and Cole
"First Class Workmen"
V. C. DETTERICH, Prop.
Harrington Hall Hotel
IIOGAN & GO'S. NEW SALOON
West Side of Public Square
Everything Brand New,
Clean and First Class.
Excellent Table Board
Quick and Efficient Service
Best Short Order House, and
Most Moderate Prices in the City
YOU WANT TO EAT,
WHEN YOU WAXT IT AND AS YOU
BETWEEN IIOGAN & CARLISLE
AFFLICTING THE Ot'FENDEHS
The following cases were disposed of
in Judge Bell's court Wednesday:
Glascow Ifalnes, sell'ng whisky, $100
and costs or four months.
Henry Wall, selling whiskey, ?100
and costs or four months.
Muck Williams, selling whisky, $100
and costs or four months.
James Williams, petit larceny, $100
and costs or six months.
F. Cuthbert, carrying pistol without
license, $23 and costs or three months.
The case of Muck Williams is worthy
of special note. Muck was running
not only a blind tiger but a moonshine
distillery a few miles from Williston,
just inside the Marion county line.
Muck had a false floor in his smoke
house, and his still was a most ingen ingenuous
uous ingenuous arrangement of jugs, cans and
tubes. His brew smells more like
cornbread and molasses than booze,
but it brought the drunk all right.
Muck was captured by Deputy Wells.
His still is in Sheriff Galloway's of
fice, and is a curiosity. Uncle Sam
will want Muck when Marion county
is thru with him.
riCTl llES OF ST. PETEHSIiritO-
The Ideal was filled chock-ablock
last night. Beside the usual three
reels, there was a first-class scenic of
St. Petersburg, giving among other
things a description of the Washing Washington's
ton's Washington's birthday parade. It was a fine
advertisement for St. Petersburg
interesting to everybody.
MOOSE SPECIAL MEETING
A special meeting of the Moose will
be held at the lodge room this
evening, Jan. 2, at 8 o'clock. All mem members
bers members requested to be present, as busi business
ness business of importance must be attended
to. E. L. Stapp, Secy.
RXCntSIOV TO PALATKA
The beautiful yacht City of Ocala,
owned and operated by the Silver
Springs Company, will make its first
trip erf the season on Monday, January
6th, leaving Silver Springs at 8 a. m.,
arriving at Palatka at 6 p. m. All
parties wishing to take this first trip
can get tickets at half-price, $5 for the
round trip. If you are going, notify
J. L. Smoak at Silver Springs, so he
can have the chickens killed and ev everything
erything everything ready for a good dinner and a
good time. 1-2-Ctd
DEEP WELL DRILLING
Now is the time to have your deep
wells put in as I have cut prices on
deep wells to $1 per foot for four-inch
wells and $1.40 per foot for six-inch
wells. Satisfaction guaranteed or no
charges. J. T. Brown, Box. oSO, Ocala,
COTTAGE FOR SALE
Four rooms with closet and pantry;
good location; city water, electric
lights, sewer pool, cement walks in
good repair. Price, $1150. C. A. Col Collin,
lin, Collin, City. 1-2
SOME FINE MACHINES FOR SALE
We have a brand new, 25-inch Chand Chandler
ler Chandler & Price paper cutter and a seven seven-column
column seven-column stereotyping outfit, complete
except furnace, taken 'n with another
shop. Will sell either or both cheap
for cash. Write at once if interested.
Ocala Star, Ocala, Fla.
OPEX DAY AND NIGHT
Two Houses on Daugherty Street
One Five Room Cottage on Henry St.
Forty Aere Farm Two Miles Southeast
Two Hundred and Sixty Aere Farm Six
Miles South of Ocala
Furnished Rooms on Oklawaha
nue, Three Squares from
Apply to the
MIDI ACCOUNTING CO.,
FLORIDA FIRE AND CASUALITY
OCALA : : : FLORIDA
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour. Ad.
DIC V. K. L.VTO
Specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office, Law Library Bldg, Ocala Ad.
AUTOMORILE FOR SALE CHEAP
A four-cylinder, two-passenger car
in first class condition in every respect.
Cheap for cash. Apply at this office.
The Texas Wonder cures kidney and
bladder trouble, removing gravel,
cures diabetes, weak and lame backs,
rheumatism and all irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder in both men
and women. Regulates bladder trou troubles
bles troubles in children. If not sold by your
druggist, will be sent by mail on re receipt
ceipt receipt of $1. One small bottle is two
months" treatment and seldom fails to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from this and other states. Dr. E. W.
Hall, 2096 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo.
Sold by all druggists. Ad.
II II (HI
State Teachers Will Meet in the Inland
City Next Year
Wednesday afternoon was taken up
by the departmental programs. The
grammar school section held its discus-ions
at the Temple. The work
commenced with a talk on oral hygi hygi-ene
ene hygi-ene by Mrs. W. A. Goodbun, followed
by Prof. Duehholz.
'"Departmental System in the Gram Grammar
mar Grammar School" was spoken to by Mrs. G.
C. Warren, and "Suggested Course of
Study for Language and Grammar for
Grammar School Grades." was discuss discussed
ed discussed by Messrs. Batts and Himes.
The high school section met in the
Methodist church. "The Elective Sys System
tem System in the High School" was profitably
discussed by Messrs. Workman and
The kindergarten and primary sec sections
tions sections met et the Woman's Club. Miss
Nellie Stevens presided. Miss Mabel
Wheeler of Tallahassee gave a de
scription of the Montessori principles
of work. Mrs. Carrier of West Palm
Peach spoke on "Training for Com Community
munity Community Life in the Schools." Miss
Laura Warriner of West Palm Beach
gave her views on the "Influence of
the Kindergarten." Music by Miss
Gertie Peyser and some beautiful
songs by Miss Marguerite Porter add added
ed added to the attractiveness of the pro program.
gram. program. Dr. Blackman spoke in behalf
of the birds. Mrs. William Hocker,
president of the State Federation of
Woman's Clubs, promised the coopera cooperation
tion cooperation of that great organization to ev every
ery every good work of education and mercy.
Wednesday afternoon at the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club the following ladies acted as
hostesses, Mrs. B. T. Perdue, Mrs. L. M.
Murray, Mrs. Walter Hood. Mrs. S. T.
Sistrunk. Mrs. P. II. Seymour and Mrs.
IF. C. Groves, and at the conclusion of
Dr. Blackman's interesting talk, as-
sisteu i)V .Misses iianey ana tistner
Ley and Annie Atkinson, passed hot
coiiee, tea ana many varieties or de
licious sandwiches. Mr. C. E. Connor
sent up a gallon of most refreshing
punch in which were large, delicious
strawberries. The hostesses appre appreciated
ciated appreciated the thought which prompted the
giver to think of them in tuch a de delightful
lightful delightful way and the punch was great greatly
ly greatly enjoyed by all present.
After prayer by Rev. Bunyan Steph Stephens,
ens, Stephens, Mr. J. A. Smith spoke on the
"Qualifications, Powers and Duties of
the State and County Superintendents."
A Most Instructive Address
One of the most instructive features
of the convention was the address of
Dr. A. P. Montague, president of Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia College at Lake City. Dr.
Montague is one of the South's lead leading
ing leading educators, and has taught in some
of the nation's foremost schools. His
address was on "The Qualifications,
Duties and Powers of the County and
State Superintendents of Education."
He covered his subject thoroughly and
was heard with close and pleased at attention.
tention. attention. The Star hopes to be able to
publ'sh his address.
Another fine address was that of
Dr. Herman Harrell Home, of the Xew
York University, on "Ideals of the
Complete School." Dr. Home is an
able educator and instructive speaker
and his address was heard with great
A resolution indorsing women for
positions on the school boards was
A Handsome and I wo ful Token of Ap Appreciation
preciation Appreciation "All things come to them who wait,"
is sometimes heard, but in the field of
education it may be said that things
come to those who work. And so it
seemed fitting that beforp the retiring
state superintendent should have laid
away the-book in which are recorded
the deeds done in the name of educa education,
tion, education, extending over a period of eight
years, the association should in some
way set a seal of approval upon the
book. This was done -in a very uni unique
que unique and pleasing way by Trof. Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, who, on behalf of the associa association,
tion, association, asked Hon. W. M. Holloway to ac accept
cept accept a beautiful gold watcli as a token
of appreciation and sincere friendship.
Thursday Morning Session
The morning session was of unusual
interest and importance, inasmuch as,
in addition to the addresses as sched scheduled,
uled, scheduled, important business was transact transacted.
ed. transacted. It was the pleasure of the associa association
tion association to elect the following officers:
President Prof. J. C. Kelley, county
superintendent of Alachua county.
Vice President Miss Nellie Stevens,
principal primary school, Ocala.
Secretary R. L. Turner, county
superintendent Citrus county.
Treasurer Prof. W. B. Owens, prin principal
cipal principal high school, Miami.
Executive committee for three years
South Florida, Dr. W. F. Yocum, as associate
sociate associate 'principal South Florida Nor Normal,
mal, Normal, Dade City; Middle Florida, Dr. A.
I. Montague, president Columbia Col College,
lege, College, Lake City; West Florida, Miss
Rowena Longmire, Tallahassee.
The association, after listening to
pressing invitations from St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg and Key West, decided to meet
at the latter city next year.
Owing to the lateness of the hour,
and the fact that two outside speak speakers
ers speakers were to be heard, Trof. Looney
voluntarilv offered the time alotted to
him, that the association might reap
the full benefit of the presence of those
who had come from other educational
fields with their rich addresses.
Dr. Coffman of Illino's, gave a stirr stirring
ing stirring and comprehensive address on the
scheduled subject, "Conservatism and
Liberalism in Education," after which
Dr. Home, instead of delivering the
expected address, revealed his exper
ience and unselfishness in things edu educational
cational educational by giving an opportunity for
those pre.-ent to ask questions. This
conference was much enjoyed indeed
and the members of the Florida Teach Teachers'
ers' Teachers' Association are individually grate grateful
ful grateful to Dr. Home for the genuine help
and inspiration he so gladly and
Seeing Silver Springs
Some of the teachers left for home
n the afternoon trains, but most of
them went out to see Silver Springs.
The people of the city furnished the
conveyances, mostly autos.
Teachers In Attendance
Following are the teachers in at attendance,
tendance, attendance, so far as we could obtain
At the Harrington were State Super
intendent W. M. Holloway, of
A fine line of guns, ammunition,
hunting coats and leggings at the Ma Marion
rion Marion Hardware Company. Ad.
hassee; Secretary R. L. Turner
of Talla-of In
verness; C. 15. Parkhill, Tampa; Miss
Clem Hampton. Tallahassee; L. B. Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, Live Oak; W. R. Letcher, Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; C. D. Kagey, White Springs:
Annie M. Lucas. D. L. Sianfteld, Inver Inverness;
ness; Inverness; J. S. Collier, Floral City; H. T.
Harrier. Hampton; W. D. Gray, Mad Madison;
ison; Madison; Nathaniel Moss Salley, T. J. Ap Ap-pleyard.
pleyard. Ap-pleyard. Miss Charlotte Emilia Apple Apple-yard,
yard, Apple-yard, Tallahassee; R. A. Perry, Haw Hawthorne;
thorne; Hawthorne; J. F. Denwood, T. R. Robinson,
Tillie B. Salter. Milton; Ora Odom,
McClellan; P.. E. Hall, Paul Sollen Sollen-berger,
berger, Sollen-berger, W. O. Hornaday, Clara Wil Wil-more,
more, Wil-more, S,ara Alcord, Miami; Mary L.
Wheeler, New York; Mabel H. Wheel Wheeler,
er, Wheeler, Tallahassee; M. L. Souvielle, Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; Lewis E. Goodrich, Welborn;
L. E. Warriner, A. L. Higpen, Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; Virginia Wigfield, Live Oak;
Georgia Borger, Tampa; Fant ie Smith Smith-son,
son, Smith-son, Florence Buie, Emily CosgTOve,
Lake City; Barnard Mosson, Madison;
Ernestine Davies, Arcadia; Mrs. H. C.
Richard, Starke; Miss N. Furen, San San-ford:
ford: San-ford: Miss B. Furen, Orlando; Mabel
J. Seacole, Lottie Seacole, Ruth Owens,
Eustis; J. Ermena Seacole, Laura C.
Beidler, Homestead; Claudia Dyson,
Bonifay; Lula Latimer, Island Grove;
Ella Mendenhall, Miss Plant, Eu3tis;
Veida Thompson, Lakeland; G. W. Ted Tedder,
der, Tedder, J. H. Lammons, E. C. Hassell,
Madison; G. W. Williams, Waldo; A.
R. Carner, Socrum; Katherine V.
Cooper, Mary E. Barker, Clearwater;
W. Wesley Smith, Jacksonville, L. IT.
Beeler, Edmund C. Driver, St. Peters Petersburg;
burg; Petersburg; W. F. Blackman and wife. Win Winter
ter Winter Park; L W. Bucholz, E. L. Robin
son, lampa; Miss v irgu mith, Ida
Blanton, May DeVane, Virginia Blan Blan-ton,
ton, Blan-ton, Plant City; J. II. Douglas, Norma;
A. D. Kean and wife, Jasper; I. I.
Himes, Mrs. A. B. Carrier, West Palm
Beach; R. B. Rutherford and wife, K.
Sproull, Amy Kendall, W. R. Thomas,
P. P. Jones, Merayce Bell, Julia St.
John, Mae Richter, Hilda Mills, Mrs.
S. C. Ellis, Miami; Mrs. Baker, Fort
Lauderdale; Ida Vause, Johnson; R. W.
Van Brunt, Palatka; Estelle Burts,
Auburndale ;0. S. Hammond, Terrell;
W. J. Sears and wife, Mrs. A. A. Simp Simpson,
son, Simpson, Kissimmee; A. Hercules, Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; Rowena Longmere, Agnes E.
Harris, Tallahassee; Lucile rattan. W.
H. Jones, Inverness; Edward Conradi,
Tallahassee, G. R. Brooks, Orlando,
Eleanor Gabard, Madison; H. W. Lewis,
West Palm Beach; Rost L. Owens,
Mae Whitley, Dorothy Smith, Florence
Woodward, Melba Lee, Umatilla; Eliz Elizabeth
abeth Elizabeth Harris, Ollie Hains, Eustis; Mary
Agnes Pope, Susie Pope, Miami; P. W.
Corr, Alyss Mae Corr, Hattie Caldwell.
Dade City; T. R. Cor. DeFuniak
At the Ocala House were F. J. Frei
of Archer, J. J. Dardan of Holbrook,
C. C. Green and A. E. Riley of Marian Marian-ra,
ra, Marian-ra, Miss Adelia Tender of Greenwood,
Miss Grace King of Sneads, E. A. Hil Hilton,
ton, Hilton, Alachua, Misses Ada and May
Kennedy of Lake Geneva, Miss
Beatrice Roberts of Spring Hill, Misses
Mary and Pearl Forbes of Anthony, J.
W. Folks of Lake City, W. N. Sheats
of Tallahassee, who will be state
superintendent for at least the next
four years; Misses Sara and Ann'e
Shumate, Misses Frances M. Walles
and Estelle Collins of Largo, Chas. M.
Jones of Lakeland, D. .M. Hollins and
J. I. Reece of Clearwater, J. C. Cromp Cromp-ton
ton Cromp-ton of Leesburg, L. T. Pearson of
Brooksville, A. E. Dewar of Largo, W.
B. Taylor of Tarpon, F. O. Berry of
dina, Mrs. M. D. Stevender of Leesburg,
J. W. McNeill of Umatilla, Miss Nellie
Mills of Live Oak, T. J. Zimmerman of
Dunedin; F. O. Reagin, Brooksville;
Priscilla Browning; Ebb; Grace Brown
ing, Madison; W. H. Howard, Oviedo;
Lola Gresham, Addie Gresham, Geneva;
W. E. Bell, Hastings; the Misses Ter
rell, Bushnell; L. W. Kickliter, Starke;
M. P. Geiger, Key West; Grace Fogg,
Maud Clemmons, Bertha Love, Ruby
Love, Winifred Lee, Bell Lee, Bertha
Welshman, Ruby Futch, Lucretia Sin Sinclair,
clair, Sinclair, Mrs. Mary Ham, John A. Thack Thack-ston,
ston, Thack-ston, Lena Baird, Mrs. Cecelia Roden Roden-to,
to, Roden-to, Gainesville; W. H. Biggs, Edwin E.
May and wife, Green Cove Springs;
Mabel T. Rogers, Daytona; Amy Irene
Shaw, Ormond; Sadie Baker, Key
West; H. E. Wakefield and wife, Cocoa;
F. G. Schell, Lake Butler; W. A. Green,
Boardman; A. II. Roberts, Fort Myers;
D. T. Sawyer, Bradentown; S. A.
Draper, Lake Butler; A. D. Kean and
wife, Jasper; Nell'e Palmer, Tampa;
Ellen Byrne, Grand Island; Essie Long,
Tavares; W. P. Pinnell, Bronson;
Caroline O'Neal, Gladys Neal, Dade
City; Pearl D. Bains, Plant City; C. M.
Bishop, Lake City; Ola Howard, Ruby
Howard, Montbrook; Louise E. Reed,
Bradentown; Belle McCarley, Braden Bradentown;
town; Bradentown; W. H. Stephens, Clara Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, Zephyr Hills; Opal Osteen, Alach' Alach'-ua;
ua; Alach'-ua; Kathryn C. Salter, Hollandale.
C. II. Martin, C. N. Martin, Dade
City; M. P. Mathews, Brooker; H. T.
G'bson, Fort Lauderdale; Miss B.
Hoddy, Palatka, Mrs. E. P. Hersey, St.
Augustine; Herbert Carroll, Goulds;
Thomas J. Anderson and wife, Fort
McCoy; E. II. Miller, Fairfield; Mrs.
Tilla Harris, Starke; A. B. Brown,
Macclenny; M. G. Hall, Orange Heights;
E. C. Winslow. Bushnell; L. B. Wins Wins-low,
low, Wins-low, Bushnell; W. T. Eddens, Bushnell;
J. W. Mock, C. T. Mock, Tampa; J. A.
Boyd, Leesburg; W. F. Osteen, Mas Mas-cotte.
cotte. Mas-cotte. Colonial
A. K. Roberts, Tavares; Ella Lint Lint-er,
er, Lint-er, Leila Linter, Wild wood; Mrs. Dick Dick-erson,
erson, Dick-erson, Narcoossee; Miss H. F. Mann,
Daytona Beach; J. W. Burns, Lake
City; W. E. Teagle, Fort White; J. W.
Feagle and wife. Fort hite; R. M.
Evans, Kissimmee; H. H. Home, Leon Leon-ia,
ia, Leon-ia, N. J.; M. A. Griffith, Southern Col College;
lege; College; S. Johnson, II. A. Thalimer,
Gainesville; T. W. Price, Bronson; E.
C. Hardee, Trenton; C. S. Spencer,
Tampa; Lucy Norminger, Harrisbufg,
Pa; Mrs. Lenker, Harrisburg, Pa.; Mrs.
Normger, Orlando; E. H. Osborne, R.
II. Tyson, Morriston.
Wednesday night at the Temple
Theater Miss Cecile Downs sang the
following: The Dove, by Finan; To Be
Sung on the Water, by Grieg and My
Mother Bids Me Bind My Hair, an old
English song. Miss Downs has an ex exceptionally
ceptionally exceptionally fine voice, which is one of
the very best in Ocala. Miss Byrd
Wartmann played her accompani accompaniments.
ments. accompaniments. Another beautiful selection
which was greatly enjoyed by all the
teachers at the convention and the
visitors, was the Rosary by Mrs. W. A.
Goin, Mrs. J. E. Johnson and Miss
Marguerite Porter. Each of these la ladies
dies ladies have decided talent and singing
the Rosary, which is a universal fav favorite,
orite, favorite, the result was perfect. Their
second song was Good-Night, which
also delighted the audience.
Mr. E. H. Miller, teacher of the
Fairfield school, was an attendant on
the convention and paid the Star a
Legislator Light was in town from
his Reddick home, Tuesday evening,
and looked in on the state teachers'
Miss Georgia Borger of Tampa, an
ex-Ocala teacher of much worth, was
at the Harrington. She returned to
Mr. R. W. Van Brunt who was one of
Ocala's efficient instructors some years
airo, and is now a teacher in Palatka,
is at the Harrington.
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE
For sale cheap for cash, a 40-hp.
Jackson touring car, fully equipped
and recently overhauled and put in
thorough repair in every respect. A
big bargain in a fine car. R. B. Meffert,
Ocala. Fla. Ad. 12-17-tf
In order to increase our Mail Order busi business
ness business through out the State, we will give a
discount of 25 per cent to all the visiting Tea Teachers,
chers, Teachers, on our large line of Valises, Jewelry.
Leather Bags, Grips, Music Rolls, Card Cases
and numerous other Articles.
Our prices are always the Lowest, and by
deducting an extra 25 per cent, we are prac practically
tically practically Giving you a New Years Gift, to gain
your trade and good will.
A large line of Unredeemed Pledges al always
ways always on hand.
Save 25 per ecu! By Buying Ffoib
The Man Who Wants To Loan You money
WHY PAY MORE?
We have put on the Greatest Bargain Sale, for 30
Days, that this City has ever known. -We have a
great stock of goods, in the line we offer, bought very
low for cash, and we will not carry over any of it,
at the prices we are offering.
These Goods are the latest and best to be had, the
the result of over a quarter of a century of buying
experience. You will need only to see them to re realize
alize realize that the saving you will make by purchasing
here and now, will be a very large one.
CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS
Suits, Trousers, Over Coats, Fancy Vests, Shoes
for men, women and children, Hats for men and
boys. Shirts, over a thousand dollars worth of them.
Hosiery and Notions for men, women and child children.
ren. children. Neckwear for all, Underwear for men. Dry Dry-goods,
goods, Dry-goods, Table and Bed Linen, Towels, and etc. are
among the many other lines of merchandise that go
in this Great Price Cutting Sale, for 30 Days Only.
Our buyer goes to the New York Market, at the
end of that time for his Great Spring and Summer
buying trip, and these goods must be moved before
F. P. GADSON, Proprietor
"The Store Where Everybody Trades"
J. E. CHACE
Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
A regular annual rneetln.5 of tbe
stockholders of the Marion Hardware
Co. will be hell in the office of II. S.
Hall, Ocala. Fla.. on Jan. 14th, 1 MS, at
10 o'clock for the transaction of such
business as shall come before the
meeting. TL S. Hall, PresIJent.
C. E. Nelson, Assistant Secretary.
M, C. IZLAR
Law Library Buildin
OCALA EVEXIXG STAR, TJiLIISDAV, JANUARY 2, 1913
ads From a Mary
BEGIN WITH Sl-OO
I thought sure I had lost my bank book recently. I called up the cash cashier,
ier, cashier, Mr. Blitch, and asked him what IcouM do so the finder could not draw
my money. He toll me there was no danger of that. Even if a dishonest
. person should find my bank book he cannot withdraw the money without a
vrltten order from me. They hay; my signature on file so no one can forge
ni'y name. 42?
I found the book later, and when I got my pay envelope, I deposited ten
dollar.s first thing-. I'll not spend that ten foolishly. I think I can bank fif fifteen
teen fifteen next month. Of course I'm not spending as much as I used to, but this
bank book sure look3 good to me.
THE WAY TO SAVE HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH
Be Sure and Get the Best in
The kind we are compelled to sell, because;
if we did not,, we woiuld lose our
Crowing and extensive trade.
Call and inspect our stock.
It is not only the FINEST in town hut it is
the BEST selected.
HERE ARE A FEW
Pot Cheese i
Yezet Dutch Cheese
Solf Itisin Buckwheat
(tinted Parmesan Choose
Herring in Tomato Sauoe
No. t ami o. 2 Mackerel
Philadelphia Cream Cheese
Macedonins (Mixed Vegetables)
HUNDREDS OF OTHER THINGS
0. K. Tea Pot Grocery
Order a China Dinner or Breakfast
Set with your Initial on same.
1 -f v v ww"'
We have just received another carload of stock. This car
in person, in the Atlanta markets by Mr. Tompkins.
Call at the barns and look the drove over, while th selec
tion is large, and pick out what you need,
The Animals arc Guaranteed and the Prices and
Terms arc Riflht. Respectfully,
EU3PKIWS & o
OF OUR SPECIALS
Cod Fish Halls
Whole Wheat Flour
TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION
fine horses and mules, selected
ILD UJ 1 lili Ji 11
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and S4.
Moose meet this evening.
It is pleasanter to a.imit th;
have been sold than bousrht.
Icy-Hot bottles at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Ad.
Many a man stands in front of a bar
and swallows his pride.
"Superba," Queen of Light, Temple,
Friday and Saturday.
There are some graft serms in al almost
most almost any man's makeup.
Excellent cheese cake, something
fine, at Carter'3 Bakery. Ad.
"Superba," Queen of Light, Temple,
Friday and Saturday.
Go to the Ocaia seed Store Tor fresh
Fruit cake, light or dark, for your
Christmas fea3t, at Carter's Bakery, ad.
Clocks of all kinds and at all prices.
A. E. Burnett. Ad.
"Superba," Queen of Light, Temple,
Friday and Saturday.
Fig cake is something very fine. We
bake them right. Carter's Bakery. Ad.
Try Carter's Bakery
you will like it. Ad.
"Superba," Queen of Light, Temple,
Friday and Saturday.
S. J. McCully and wife of Berlin
were at the Harrington Wednesday.
An elegant line of rings, bracelets
and pins at Burnett's. Ad.
"Superba," Queen of Light, Temple,
Friday and Saturday.
A full line of enameled ware and
flower pots at a bargain at the Ocala
Seed Store. Ad.
Mr. Norman C. MUler, a leading bus business
iness business man of Atlanta, is at the Ocala
Fine watches In any style for ladies
and gentlemen at any price desired, at
A. E. Burnett's. Ad.
Lives of great men remind us that
it is sometimes better to remain ob obscure.
scure. obscure. Edison phonographs and nearly two
thousand records to select from at A.
E. Burnett's. Ad.
j The old bachelor says a girl after a
j man's own heart is usually after some
'other fellow's. : :
! Pearl tooth brushes ae sold at
jGerig's Drug Stores at 25c. and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ad.
j We lead in perfumes. The largest
assortment of delightful odors. The
Court Pharmacy. Ad.
Solid and filled chains, the best for
the money, and guaranteed as repre represented.
sented. represented. A. E. Burnett. Ad.
Nyal's Corn Remover actually removes.-
23c. at both Gerig's Drug
See our classy line of stationery. It
is without an equal, and its at the
Court Pharmacy. Ad.
WANTED Position by man exper experienced
ienced experienced in office work, Address, Box
416, Ocala, Fla. 12-2C-6t
Many beautiful pieces of hand hand-painted
painted hand-painted china at Burnett, the jewel
Mrs. George Chambers is the ef efficient
ficient efficient check clerk at the Harrington
Toilet articles, manicure sets, fine
combs and brushes, all guaranteed
goods, at the Court Pharmacy. Ad.
Mr. Jos. E. Wilson, the live young
Remington typewriter salesman, is at
the Ocala House.
Rich, yellow pound cake, the kind
mother used to make, can be had at
Carter's Bakery. Ad,
On hand 100 gallons buuse paint as assorted
sorted assorted colors to dispone of at a sae-
rlfloe. Call on Jos. AV. Dodge. 12-10-tf
W. H. Boswell and wife, Mrs. T. N.
Strange and G. Neville of Dunnel Dunnel-lon
lon Dunnel-lon were at the Harrington yesterday.
All kinds of fancy cakes and cookies
in stock each day or baked to order
at Carter's Bakery. Ad.
Great values in ladies' coat suits,
cloaks, bath robes and komonas at
Helvenston & Pasteur s. Ad.
Look at our line or dox stationery
before making your purchase. Most
anything you want can be found at the
Court Pharmacy. Ad.
Mr. and Mrs. 1. c. Fletcher aret
spending some t'me in Ocala. the
guests of Mrs. Fletcher's brother.
Lake Butler Items in Times-Union.
WANTED To buy 300 to 3000 acres
of good, general farming land, close to
transportation. Owners' Realty Com Company,
pany, Company, 4101-i Franklin St., Tampa, Fla.
John Eoynton. aged twelve years,
was brought from Dunnellon yester yesterday
day yesterday and placed in the hospital for med
Deputy Sheriff Wells arrested Claude
Jackson, colored, last night for carry carrying
ing carrying concealed weapons and Judge Bell
gave Claude six months this morning.
DAIRYMAN. Young, intelligent and
well educated man desires position on
an up-to-date farm. Best references.
Willing and hard worker. Address, L.
R. JI., 433 E. Church street, Jackson-
ville, Fla. Ad.
The county judge's office has issued
the following marriage licenses: Miss
Corda Cason to Mr. Mervin J. Powers;
Miss Fannie Green to Mr. Henry Mor Morrison.
rison. Morrison. The latter couple is at Lake
Weir and the license was issued yes yesterday.
Helvenston & Pasteur's Is the place
to buy blankets, comfort3 and coun counterpanes.
terpanes. counterpanes. Large assortment and great
Cook Etoves, ranges, riorence auto automatic
matic automatic kerosene burning stoves, fireless
cookers, etc. Quite a range of prices,
at the Marion Hardware Company. Ad.
FLORIDA JIOVS II AVE
HKTIKVKD FIIOM tl Bl
f the L'niversity of
Florida football team are" home from
their Cuban trip. They passed thru
Ocala last night, and Mr. Julian Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, one of the member?, stopped in
the city to visit his parents till Mon Monday.
day. Monday. Mr. Bullock sail that the FloridA
boys met nothir.tr in Havana able So
hold them. Th Cubans arrested Coadh
Pyle because he wanted tne ?am4
played .according to established rule,
but postponed his ease. Mr. Pyle isn't
likely to return to Cuba to have the
case decided, as trie courts there may
be like the football rules.
ii:vm:u run pioneer
Mr. Charles Peyser was the first
Ocala man to use th, parcels post,
shipping a package of Grand Royal
cigars to New York.
MEETING OF KfNfJ'S DAUGHTERS
t the Kin;
ters and election of officers that was
to have taken place at 10 o'clock this
ostponed till 10
o'clock tomorrow morning, and will be
held at the residence of Mrs. Eittinger.
Mrs. Charles Rheinauer, Sec'y.
31 R. 31 ART I IV HI IMS
Mr. Edward P. Martin, the popular
young hardware clerk at the H. B.
Masters Co.. has purchased the market nunl w'th ''fixate white lace. Mrs.
business of the late M. C. Dosh anl'Fii!,el 55 decidedly one of the most at at-will
will at-will open the same next Monday. tractive young matrons in the city and
Mr. Martin is going to carry a first hy htr vivacious manner has made a
class assortments of such goods asi1"2"1 number of friends,
may be found in a market and will! Next in line were the hostess' two
make every effort to please his trade: liters. Mrs. Charles Rheinauer and
The Star wishes him success in his MLS Jennie Hohenberg. Miss Mary
V MAN OF II IS AYORD
Silvester Brandon, colored, accused !line Were 31 r- and Mrs. Joe Wolff, Miss
of setting fire to the house that was j Frances Smithe with Mr. Edward
burned Tuesday night, was taken upjGret-'n MLS Mattie Lee Stroud with
by James Duffy this morning and turn-jMr- Joseph Walker, Miss Haynesworth
ed over to Judge Lyles. who after giv- with 1r- Carlisle Islar, Miss Maggie
ing him a hearing held him in default j.Lvlle xvith yir- u"- r- Taylor, Mrs,,
of .$1000 to await the action of the ; Walter Greene with Mr. Raymond Bul Bul-grand
grand Bul-grand jury. (lock. Miss Leila Woods with Mr. Fred-
Brandon says hf set the house on fire t-rick Hacker. Miss Rita Oliverds with
because one of the women who lived !Ir- w- v- "ewsom. Jr. All of the young
in it owed him lie told her, he ladies wore exquisite dresses,
says, he would burn the house if she! Mis? Annie Davis invited all to the
It was correct in Judge Lyles toand A,is:s Bessie MacKay served re-
sternly discourage this incendiarv idea
of collection. If it became the rule j
and practice, half the town would be
before the next first of the
HACK TO HIS OLD POSITION
Mr. W. A. Jeffcoat, one of the city's
best office managers, has accepted a
position with Mr. J. M. Meffert. whose
office he had charge of several years
ago and where, with his brother, Mr.
D T .Tofflllf lr. u-lll 1,-,-,l.- nftar- -Tr-
Meffert s many and growing interests
in the county.
A liver and white pointer dog named
Jeff, about 16 months old and good i
sized; long legs
under left ear.
Strayed or was stolen ;
irom streets oi ocaia on Jan. 1st.
Leave information at Star office or at
Strauss & Go's. Liberal reward for his
return to owner. J. Mason Tison,
10J lbs. Meal or Grits.
I t lbs. Whole Rice
Ijarge Bucket Snowdrift.
Pure Home Made Lard per can
Irish Potatoes per peck
Sweet Potatoes per peck .20c
Cream of Wheat 13c
Five Gallons Oil 00c
Seven liars Lenox Soap
Six Bars Kxpost Borax Soap.
2 Cans Jjj-lo. Ocean Gem Salmon. 25c i
2 Cans Sunbeam Salmon. .
3 Pkffs. Jello or Ice Cream Pvdr.25e
3 Cans Hominy 25e
2 Cans Sunbeam Shrimp. .
1-lb. Pkg. Sunbeam Soda. .
3 Pkffs. Sunbeam Mince Meat
.3 Pkgs. Sunbeam Corn Flakes
1 Pkg. Sunbeam Oatmeal IO9
1 Ilottle Sunbeam Boiled Cider. .33c
i-i-lb Van Houten's Cocoa.
j2-m. an iiouien s cocoa. .
1 lb. Van Houten's Cocoa.
10c Size I,emon Extract .'J 5c
2 IJots. 10c Size Vanila Extract.
I5ot. 25c. Size Lemon Extract
IJot. 23c. Size Vanila Extract
Cracker Boy Coffee 30c
lb. White House Coffee.
2 lbs. White Hou-e Coffee
Uiuie 1 louse conee. . ji.u.j;
1 Glass -Keachnut Bacon 33c S
1 Glass Beachnut
1 Can Beachnut Beans 10c
SBeachnut Peanut Butter 10c 13c 23c
Beachnut ?2-pint Catsup 13c
j Beachnut Apple Jelly..
! 1 i f ,11-. tJ
ueacnnui nraje .jciij -uu
Beachnut Quince. Red Currant
and Graie (individual size).. 10c
m sin his
New Year's Dance Given hy Mr.
The first of th New Year dances,
which was one LI the largest given
this winter, wasthe one last evening
at which Mr. and Mrs. Fishel enter entertained
tained entertained in compliment to their son, Mr.
-Leon Fishel and his wflT bride
Ycnge's hail, the scene of the dance,
was gaily decorated in red and green.
Garlands of the two colors were caught
to the ceiling and on the walls were
various arrangements of decorations,
among which were "Happy New Year"
spelled with large red paper letters
and back of one of the punch bowls
was an enormous "1913." Any number
of red bells of all sixes were used and
the center post was wrappel with red
Receiving at the entrance were Mrs.
R. A. Burford and Mrs. Edward Hol Holder.
der. Holder. Miss Gertie Peyser and Mr. W. B.
ualia?"" stood near the north punch
bowl an,i next TO them was Mrs. E. L.
introduced the guests to
Mr. and Mrs. Fishel and Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Fishel. Mrs. Fishel wore a hand handsome
some handsome gown of bLack lace and carried
a large bunch of violets. Mrs. Leon
Fishel, a bride of three months, was
gowned in a 3iand.so.me embroidered
white marquisette, decolk-tte and made
en traine over white satin and trim-
iu:ioi.i. canning at tne neaci or a
lonr receiving line composed of many
of the lovely visiting girls and their
escorts, introduced the truest?. In the
(punch, bowl, wac-re -Miss Bettie Mclver
The dani-e program booklets were
cleverly arranged. On the front was
the wording "Happy New Year." be
neath which was:
"Xineteen-twtlve is gone and so
We'll trip the light fantastic toe
And welcome nineteen-thirteen. in
With joy and laughter let's" begin."
And beneath the verse was a large
i:13. Sixteen dances and four extras
composed the program. The dance was
beyun with a grand march led by the
honorees and concluded with the orig
inal hmire which left the thirtv-eisrht
, hwh-j UfMl
icouiiies sianuing so as to iorm 191.
I'rof. Carl Hoffman furnished the mus music
ic music and dancing continued until one
o'clock and then the guests reluctant reluctantly
ly reluctantly bid their hostesses good -night.
During the intermission, cherrv and
vanilla I,- -rm. mxoarnn an tr-ntt
cake was served and on each idate was
miniature bottle of r.hnTnr.a.-no r
investigation the latter was found to
be only a squawker. and for a while
there was a veritable bedlam. On the
bottle was written, "Mr. and Mrs. M.
Fishel, J aim ary 1, P'l::. Mr. and Mrs.
Amorr-r those present were Misses
M.irie von Engelken, Alice Bullock,
Fannie and Rosebud Robinson, Mary
Phillips, Helen Ilrown, Gertie Peyser,
Clara Johnson. Ophelia Sawtell, Kz-ab.-th
Mizelle, Rhoda Liddon, Eugenia
Fuller, Bettie Mclver, Clifford and
Catherine Pyles, Annie Davis, Ruth Mc Mc-Kcown.
Kcown. Mc-Kcown. Lydia OesChamps, Be.ssie Mac Mac-Kay,
Kay, Mac-Kay, Music Bullock, Rita Oliveros of
Savannah, Maggie Lytle of Stanton,
! Frankie Smith of Plant City, Leila
j Woo I of Birmingham, Matilda Haynes
worth and Mattie I.eq Stroud of Al Al-jibama.
jibama. Al-jibama. Josie Bullock, Marv Burford.
30cjSara Iavis. Marguerite Porter, Adele
j BUtinger, Annie Atkinson and Mrs. W.
30c L Green. Mr. and Mrs, Jack IVntz. T
and Mrs. C. E. Ahearn, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Geriar, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Lloyd. Mr. and Mrs. George Blitch, Dr.
and Mrs. H. C. Dozier, Dr. and Mrs.
Laurie Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Wolff, Mrs.
G. S. Scott, Mrs. Raymond Bullock, Mr.
and Mrs. .Tim Johnson. Messrs. O. B.
Howse. Joseph Bell, Tom Harris, Ray Raymond
mond Raymond Bullock. Will Taylor, Ernest
Crook. Carlisle Izlar, W. V. Xewsom,
Clarence Meffert, Bethel Gallagher,
Alfred Peck. Ralph Robinson, T. D.
Lancaster. Jr., Holmes Walters, Dr.
Harry Walters. Whit Palmer, Olaf Ze Ze-w;idki.
w;idki. Ze-w;idki. R. M. Curtis, Hugo Mcintosh,
J. M. Thomas. Cliff Aver, Joseph Wal Walker,
ker, Walker, Norton Davis, Edwin Green, Bob
Mathews, Mr. Smith of Gainesville, Ga.,
J. G. Parrish. E. S. Coney, Mr. C. II.
McDonald and Charlie Fishel.
y lMeaMitnt Dinner Party
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. GaUowav enter
tallied wry informally at a New Year
dinner at tnt-;r home on .North t-econ
street Wedneilv evening. Those en
joying their 'hjdtality were Misses
Verda Th.mi)n of Lakeland, Mae
Cole of Fit;- 1.13,. Eva verstrett nf
Mulberry. lrrTie"llampttjn. Daiy Avers,
Nona Sewell and Mary Emnja Dunn o
I',rook?v:lle and Ioui.-e Nixon. Mr
Galloway was assisted in eritertainirg
lSei'1 -vir- ll"ert r imn. ;
""" Pretty New Year Party
T--. .-7...- ' I ; -. T"!,-.
y ; v e '-i i e.-1 i .1 -u o w .ij.-s
invited twenty of her young
J f riendJn to spend that afternoon with
j Miss (mfo Chazal and her cousins,
1 Misses ax and Dorothy Hickman, all
ing the holidays
parents, Mr. and
tb- former s
:mbii. where they attend school,
o entertain her f r4.-nd s The young
j :-.ostess nad arrange 1 rive taoies ana
a t ea-'-h was to be played a different
ame. The unrr.es were all interest
ing an kej.'y enjoye I. especially by
Mioses Mattie Lee Stroud and Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Sis trunk, who won every game
until the l.:st when, to decide
should set the prize, they were
13carated an 1 the latter won, thereby get
ting the prize, an ivory manicure set.
To Miss Kllis was triven
drum, to beat hr way
At tire conclusion of
the doodv. a
ad. olive?, waters
n w t n
cake was served, after
Kanke Ellis recited and'sey and son Ford will remain several
y ITar l 1 played several
i 1 n u : n g.
T O e T; j O
all the irlrls joined un thejMrs. Birdsey's mother.
the latter were Mrs. Hick-
horonet-s grandmother, Mr.
nd Mr5. Chazal an I Mr. Paul Weath-
ers, who came in j'-ist hc-fo:
Miss Wo...drow's guests inelud-
el the following: Misses Onit
Marie and Dorothy Hickman,
Ifayne worth, Mattie Le
nay Ellis, Elizabeth Davis. Theo Wal Wal-lis,
lis, Wal-lis, Virginia Si trunk, Eunice Ellis.
Martha Kate Rentz, Caroline Harris,
Emma Ptrry, Sue Moore, Mary Harriet
ucate Your Children
in banking and money matters as well as
books. The best way to teach them is to let
them have a savings account in this bank.
Habits of industry and thrift developed
in early youth will give them a start to suc success
cess success at a time when their whole lives are still
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Livingston, Sidney Harold, Annie
Moorhead and Sarah Tearl Martin.
Mr. 1 .00 in-y Enertainel Her Sunday
Mrs. G. C. Looney, one of the belov beloved
ed beloved Sunday school teachers in the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist church, entertained her class and
a few of their frends at a sal ma gundi
party Tuesday evening at her home" on
Fort King avenue,, which is also Thi
The rooms in which the eight tables
of players were placed were tasteful tastefully
ly tastefully decorated with the holiday colors.
Mucli merriment reigned during the
various games which lasted until the
Mrs. Looney was assisted by her
daughters, Misses Lois and Eunice El Ellis,
lis, Ellis, Mrs. Harvey Clark, Mrs. T. E.
Bridges, Misses Hailie and Esther Ley
and Miss Anna McDowell. At the con conclusion
clusion conclusion of the games peaches with
whipped cream, the latter being topped
with a red cherry and nuts, and lady
fingers were served.
Those present at this lovely party
were Misses Rexie Todd, Mable Meffert,
Annie Moorhead, Martha Kate Rentz,
Nan Brooks, Susie Ellis, Virginia Sis Sis-trunk,
trunk, Sis-trunk, llannay Ellis, Esther Ley, Mat Mat-tie
tie Mat-tie Lee Stroud, Matilda Haynesworth,
Elizabeth and Heme Davis, Tommie
Standley, Sue Moore, Margaret Jack-
son, Elinor Nixon, Alice Sexton, May
Stein, Messrs. Olaf Zewadski, George
Looney, Bernard Koonct, Carlton Er Er-vin,
vin, Er-vin, Leroy Bridges, Eddie Rentz, Roy
Nixon, Carol Blalock, Rosco Meffert
Alfred Green, Clarence Blalock, Joseph
Walker, Claude Ilickle, Ralph Billings Billings-ley,
ley, Billings-ley, C. II. McDonald.
Miss Sara McCreery after a brief but
pleasant visit with Miss Meta Jewett,
left Wednesday for her home in Tam Tampa.
pa. Tampa. Miss Frances Chambers, who Is
spending the holidays with her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Chambers,
this city, will return to Ocala the last
of the week. Miss Chambers is teach teaching
ing teaching in that city. She has many friends
in this city who are delighted to see
her. Tampa Tribune.
Miss Mary Connor, who spent her
vacation at Lake Weir with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Connor and
at Clearwater with Mrs. Hammond,
has returned home.
Mr. and M
E. C. Bennett have as
thk- former's mother and
sister, Mrs.inMAry Bennett and Miss
Callie Bennett of Roanoke, Va.
Miss Miriam Pasteur is the
her sister, Mrs. C. S. Cullen.
Dr. and Mrs. H. W. Henry of Lake
eir were in Agwn Tuesday evening.
'havinsr come especially to attend the
j w-eddin? recerion given by Mr. and
Mr. D. A. Weathers for Mr. and Mrs.
TGeore H. Ford.
Rev. and Mrs: George Hendree Har Harrison
rison Harrison and son returned today to their
home in Jacksonville, after
visit with Miss Meta Jewett. Mr. Har Harrison
rison Harrison officiated at the Ford-Weathers
wedding Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wolff returned to today
day today to their home in Albany, Ga. Mr.
and Mrs. Wolff are special friends of
Mr. and Mrs. Leon F'shel and have
made many friends during their visit to
Mr. Walter Mucklon of Jacksonville,
who came to be present at his partner's
I wed linir. Mr. George Ford to Miss
i Weathers, has returned home.
i Miss Lola
who spent her
vacation here with relatives, nas r-
'.turned to Orlando to resume her teach
ing in the high school,
Mr. Ralph T. Birdsey left Wednesday
, for his home in Macon, Ga. Mrs. Bird
: weeks longer with Mrs. 11. A. Ford,
Miss Isabel Mays, who spent Christ-
! mas at her home in Monticello, has re
turned to Ocala accompanied by her
- ; friend. Miss Sara Puleston of Monti
'cello, who will be her guest during the
i teachers' convention.
Mr. W. M. Martin, Jr., left yesterday
- ; to resume his studies at. the Georgia
Military Academy in the College Park
suburb of Atlanta, and Mis3 Annie
Sharpe and Miss Sarah Pearl Martin.
teacher and pupil in Washington Sem-
CLARENCE CAMP, Vice Pres.
inary, Atlanta, will leave Saturday.
Miss Annie Sharpe laid a firm founda foundation
tion foundation In her kindergarten for the edu education
cation education of many of Ocala's men and wo women,
men, women, and is now carrying on her good
work in the Gate City. Her friends
here are always glad to see her.
(rood AYlMhe for an Ocala Bride
Miss Frances Ervyn Scott, of Ocala,
Fla., and Jack Embrey, son of Capt.
Thomas Embrey, of Winchester, were
married Monday night at the bride's
home in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Embrey
passed through the city yesterday en
route to Winchester, where they will
reside. Chattanooga. Times.
Lindsay (Jack) Embrey, of Winches Winchester,
ter, Winchester, and bride spent the day at the
Read House en route home from Ocala.
Fla., where they were married last
Monday. Mrs. Embrey was formerly
Miss Frances Scott, a popular society
fiirl at Ocala. She visited here several
years ago while Mr. Embrey was a
member of the News editorial staff.
Mr- Embrey is the son of Hon. T. A.
Embrey and Is connected with the
Farmers Trust Company, of Winches Winchester.
ter. Winchester. Mr. and Mrs. Embrey left Friday
afternoon for their home in Winches Winchester.
ter. Winchester. Chattanooga News.
jMr. Charles. L. Fox leaves Sunday
ivi quanta r Jl 1 cuiuc: iuo c l uuico a k
the pharmacty tical college. "Charlie"
says he intends to finish by ApriL
Mr. Mack Martin of Wildwood Is In
the city, the guest of his brother, Mr.
E. r. Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Roess left yes yesterday
terday yesterday for a visit to St. Petersburg.
While they are gone, they will have
their house re-painted and decorated
inside and out. Mr. Jos. W. Dodge has
Rev. L. B. Warren of Lake City was
among the visitors to the convention.
He was the guest of the Harrington
and everybody else who could claim a
minute of his time.
Rev. T. J. Nixon and family left last
night for their new home in Tallahas-
ee. They have been a part of the
home life of Ocala for four years and
have endeared themselves greatly to
the people, who hope that some time
in the future the conference will send
them to this city again.
Rev. E. F. Ley of Arcadia is in the
city, the guest of his brother. Rev. J.
Cloudy, southwest wma.
Minimum temperature, 59 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 67 degrees.
Average temxerature, 62 degrees.
Generally cloudy tonight and Fr1 Fr1-lay;
lay; Fr1-lay; slightly colder Friday north west
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and draciously accepted as
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oetors Use This for Eczema
Dr. Evans, Ex-CommlssJoner of Health,
eays: "There i3 almost no relation be between
tween between skin diseases and the blood." The
kin must be cured through the Ekin.
The germ3 must be Trashed out, and so
calves have long aco been found worth worthless.
less. worthless. The most advanced physician3 of
this country are now agreed on this, and
are prescribing a wash of wintergreen,
thymol and other Ingredients for eczema
and all other skin diseases. This com compound
pound compound Is known as D.D.D. Prescription
Dr. Holme-?, the vreU known skin ?pe ?pe-cialiFt
cialiFt ?pe-cialiFt writes: "I am convinced that the
D.D.D. Prescription i:; as much a specific
for eczema as quinine for malaria. 1
hare been prescribing the D.D.D. remedy
for years." It will taKe avray the itch
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In fact, we are so sure of what D.D.D.
will do for you that we will be glad
to let you have a Jl bottle on our guar guarantee
antee guarantee that it will cost you nothing unc
less you find that it does tna woris.
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There are handsome white
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Summerneld. Jan. 2. Mr. and Mrs.
D. B. Mayo were Ocala visitors last
Sunday ---pending the day with rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Mrs. J. II. Butler and Miss Edna, her
daughter, went to Dallas last Sunday
to visit friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Lawton enter entertained
tained entertained the II. A. Seymour family at
dinner on Christmas day.
Mr?. W. S. Congleton and child
Jack.-sonville arrived last Sunday Sunday-visit
visit Sunday-visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Dorothy Dankwertz, infant child
Mr. and Mrs. I J. Dankwertz of Levon
died last Tuesday week and was buried
Christmas day. The friends of the
family join in expressing- their sym sympathies
pathies sympathies to the parents in their sad be bereavement.
reavement. bereavement. Isabelle Davis and Belle Moody spent
Christmas day visiting w'th Ide Col Col-lens.
lens. Col-lens. The Seaboard construction train is
still here working on the Lake Weir
spur and putting the same in good
condition. Everybody is wondering if
this work is being done for the pur purpose
pose purpose of giving the people a local train
service to Ocala.
Tuesday evening the school children,
under the direction of M"ss Alta Sey Seymour
mour Seymour and Mrs. J. F. Ricketson, enter entertained
tained entertained the people of Summerfield and
The program, which was admirably
arranged and just long enough for the
occasion, was given by the children in
a splendid manner, showing the great
ability of the instructors. The musical
numbers rendered by the Summerfield
Concert band added greatly to the oc
Chas. S. Painter, president of the
Florida National Land Company, who
has been here for the past two weeks,
returned to Chicago last Sunday to be
with his family during the holidays
Mr. Painter expects to return here dur
ing the first week in January.
Lj. V. Burkholder, president of the
Standard Steel Car Company of Chi
cago, who accompanied Mr. Painter
here, returned to Chicago last Sunday,
Mr. Burkholder thinks we have a fine
Miss Edith Schwindemann, who is
suffering with a mild casetof appendi appendicitis,
citis, appendicitis, returned from Ocala, where she
was taken to consult a physician.
Victor Tyrrell of Sheridan, 111., ar arrived
rived arrived last Saturday to inspect lands he
purchased from the Florida National
Land Company. Mr. Tyrrell will re remain
main remain with us for the winter.
Miss Nellie Clyburn spent part of
last week at Oxford, looking after her
father's interests in the firm of Cly Clyburn
burn Clyburn and Crenshaw.
Mrs. Chas. F. McGuire left last Mon Monday
day Monday to join her husband at Ausley,
Ala., where he is employed in the
steel mills. They expect to return here
in the near future.
Many people were attracted to the
turkey shoot given by J. M. Harrelson.
Nathan Mayo won two of the birds and
Willie Grimes carried one home, as
did also C. A. Messenger and J. M.
The acre cabbage patch, which J. S.
Pyle, one of our new settlers, has
planted, is showing fine. Mr. Pyle ex expects
pects expects to realize a neat little piece of
money for his labors.
Cotton Plant, Jan. 1. Christmas has
come and gone and every one is well
The Christmas tree exercises at St.
Johns church were well attended. The
children are to be commended for the
excellent manner in which they did
their parts. The tree was as pretty
as any one ever saw.
Messrs. L. C. Bell and family of
Croom and W. E. Veal and family of
Istachatta spent Christmas here with
Mr. Frank Morris left for Arcadia
Wednesday morning. He is to return
this week with some mules for his
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Reynolds and
daughter of Ocala spent Christmas
day out here with relatives.
Mr. Alfred Harroun of Istachatta
spent Christmas with his parents here.
Mrs. J. A. Brooks spent Christmas
with her sister, Mrs. Stevens at St.
Petersburg and reports having had a
very pleasant time.
Messrs. Mamie and Leila Parker left
last Friday for St. Petersburg, where
they will spend several weeks with
Miss Alta Beck, our efficient teacher,
spent her Christmas vacation at Wa Wa-cahoota
cahoota Wa-cahoota with her sister, Mrs. J. M.
Simth and will attend the teachers'
association in Ocala the latter part of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clark of Berlin
were calling on friends here Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Bell and Mr. and Mrs.
W. E. Veal spent Wednesday evening
very pleasantly at Swiss Cottage with
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Long.
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Whereas, God, in His infinite wis wisdom,
dom, wisdom, has seen fit to remove from our
midst our beloved school mate and
pupi.l, Winona Martin; therefore be it
Resolved, That we, the pupils and
teacher of the Oxford High School, do
most sincerely mourn her loss, and do
sadly miss her from her accustomed
place. We miss her bright smile and
winning ways; we miss her strong
personal example, and her earnest en endeavor
deavor endeavor to excell in all her studies; we
miss her warm love and affection
shown to all her school mates, and her
courtesy and respect to her teacher.
While we bow to God's will in respect respectful
ful respectful obedience, it is with sad hearts and
the glorious hope that some sweet day
we may again meet our schoolmate
who has gone before -n a brighter,
happier land where partings come no
Resolved, That a copy of these reso resolutions
lutions resolutions ,be spread upon the records of
our literary society and a copy be sent
to the press for publication.
"She is not dead, the child of our af affection,
fection, affection, But gone to that great- school,
Where she no longer needs our poor
.. And Christ, Himself, doth rule.
Day after day we th'nk what she Is
In those bright Tealms of air;
Year after year, her tender steps pur pursuing
suing pursuing Behold her grown more fair.
Not as a child shall we again behold
But when with raptures wild
In our embraces we again enfold her
She will not be a child.
But a fair maiden, in her Father's
Clothed with celestial grace,
And beautiful with all the soul's ex expansion"
pansion" expansion" Shall we behold her face.
And though at times tempestous with
And anguish long suppressed,
The swelling heart heaves moaning
like the ocean
That can not be at rest.
We will be patient, and assuage the
We may not wholly stay;
By silence sanctifying, not concealing,
The grief that must have way."
Fred S. Rolfe.
Herbert C. Smith.
Dallas, Jan. 1. Mr. Anderson and
family, who lately came into our com community
munity community to live, are occupying the
Morris cottage until the completion of
their new home. They own land a
short distance southeast of the depot
and work on it has been going on for
some time. We consider the Anderson
family a welcome addition to our
Messrs. Smith, Gant and Hires, who a
short time ago "vacated the Morris
cottage, are again livJng in the old
We understand that Mr. and Mrs.
Hires have left Irving for good this
time and expect to make their future
home not far from here where they
own a nice little "forty" which Syd
thinks of improving. We consider this
a nice little farm and in a good truck
ing region like this it is a good thing
We are glad to learn that Mrs. Gant,
who has been sick for some time, is
Mrs. Anderson entertained as guests
a daughter and son-in-law and son.
The gentlemen have gone but the
daughter will remain a while longer
with the intention of visiting friends
Mrs. Green, who lives about one-
half mile from us, has been and is still
Mrs. Hammond, who made a
trip to Ocala to have dental
done, returned home Monday.
For first class automobile service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.
CHYSTAL lUVKIt CLUMMVGS
Corner Bay and flogan S!s.
RATES: $1 and Up
Hot and Cold Running Water and
Telephone in' Each Room. Free Baths
COOLEST ROOMS, I1KT REDS
LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS
Take Street Car at Union Station and
Get off at Hog&n Street.
Mr. Wicker and family of Coleman,
Fla., are here fishing and hunting.
They are doing light housekeeping In
Mrs. J. G. Culpepper's house.
Mr. A. D. Tolly is taking his Christ Christmas
mas Christmas vacation with his brother in
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Herriek went to
Ocala Thursday morning for a few
Miss Ada B. Willis, who is taking the
regular course at Columbia College,
Lake City, came home Friday for the
The Kensington Club will meet with
Misses Blanche and Mary Willis at the
"Inn" Friday afternoon, January 3.
Everybody uses flour, why not get
the best. The tVhite Clover Flower as
advertised in this paper is fully guar guaranteed,
anteed, guaranteed, and deserves at least a trial by
you. Tou will help convince the ad advertiser
vertiser advertiser that your paper is a good ad advertising
vertising advertising medium by patronizing the
firm that uses its columns.
White Pine and Tar Cougn Syrup
will stop that cough. Try a bottle at
the Court Pharmacy. Ad.
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 Mission Library Table. . 9.50
One Chest Carpentei Tools,
big bargain, only 18.00
Several Extension Dining Tables
from $3 to $11.00. Worth double.
Many other bargains, too.
BELOW we show One of the Six New Models of the Hudson Cars for 1913.
These Silent Cars will Appeal to all Lovers of Fine Automobiles. The
Cars are now. ready for delivery and our Demonstration Car is at Your
Service. The prices are F. O. B. Detroit, and each car is Fully Equipped with
Tops and Top Boots, Wind Shields, Speedometers, Five Electric Lamp, Electric
Self Starters and Demountable Rims. The Motors have all Working Parts En Enclosed
closed Enclosed and are Absolutely Silent. Call at the Garage for Demonstration.
WRITE US FOR LITERATURE AND FURTHER PARTICULARS.
In this Advertiscracni We will Show from Time to Time, All of the DHIercnt Modtls t
the HUDSON 1913 Line. The Car Shown herewith is the New Model "37 Touring
Car, Five Passenger, Four Cylinders, and we will be Pleased to give You a Demonstrat
ion it you are Interested. :-: :-: :-:
REMEMBER that we have the Largest and Handsomest Fire Proof Garage in
the Central Portion of Florida, 10.000 Square Feet of Floor Space, and
we Care For and Store Cars.
Our Repair Department is the Best Equipped in the City
With Skilled Workmen Who Know Their Business and
the Most Modern Machinery and Tools
A Full Line of Automobile Sundries ot all Kinds in Slock
S. J. Pyles, Mflr
BURIED ANOTHER BODY
Back of Marcus Frauk's
Beef, Pork and Mutton
Fresh and Salt Water
Received Every Day
Prompt Service, Good Goods
and Reasonable Prices
Pbone 351 Stall No.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates MaSe on All Con,
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than ny other
contractor tn tie city.
Foley Kidney Fills
TONIC IN ACTION QUICK IN RESULTS
Give prompt relief from BACKACHE,
KIDNEY and BLADDER TROUBLE,
RHEUMATISM, CONGESTION of tht.
KIDNEYS, INFLAMMATION of tht
BLADDER and all annoying URINAR1
IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to
MIDDLE AGED and ELDERLY
PEOPLE and for WOMEN.
HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
8. A. Dsris, 627 'Washington St.. ConnerTilI.
nd., is in bis &5th year. He writes ns : '-I Lavt
atelr eaSsred much from n:j k:dnvs and blad bladder
der bladder 1 bad ierera backaches aDd my kidi.y actios
was too frequent, cac.ucg me to iose Cicch flees
at night, and in ray bladder there was eori'taiit
tain. I took Foley Kidney Pills for e-me time,
and am now free of a!l trouble and isx:n able to
be op and aroand. Foley Kidney Fuia mf
For Sal T Amtl-Womopoly Drasstore
Last of the Maine Dead Interred In the
National Cemetery at Arlington
Washington. Dec. 31. With full mil military
itary military honors, another unknown, the
last of the Maine dead has been laid to
rest in the Spanish war section of Ar Arlington
lington Arlington National Cemetery.
Almost fifteen years after the blowing-
up of the battleship in Havana
harbor and many months after the
other victims of the tragedy were fol followed
lowed followed to the'r graves by a mourning
nation, the bones of still another vic victim
tim victim were discovered in the bow of the
When the Maine was destroyed the
bow was torn off, and lay separately
in the harbor after the hull was towed
to her sea burial nearly a year ago.
THE OXLY WAY
Many Ocala Citizens Have Discovered
Just what to do when the kidneys
are affected, is a question that con concerns
cerns concerns both young and old. Weak kid kidneys
neys kidneys neglected in childhood lead to
life-long suffering. People of advanc advanced
ed advanced years, with less vitality, suffer
doubly. In youth or age, languor,
backache, urinary irregularitity, dizzi dizziness
ness dizziness and nervousness make life a bur burden.
den. burden. There is one remedy that acts di directly
rectly directly on the kidneys. Doan's Kidney
Pills owe their world-wide fame to
the fact that they have cured thou thousands
sands thousands of cases of sick kidneys and
cured them permanently. Follow the
example of this Ocala citizen.
John II. Brooks, N. Orange St.,
Ocala, Fla., says: "I feel Justified in
recommending Doan's Kidney Pills. I
have used them for kidney complaint
and lame and weak back and I have
found great relief. I consider this
remedy an excellent one and do not
hesitate to give it my endorsement."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. Ad.
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
Horses and Mules
Animals for. all pur purposes,
poses, purposes, and at reason reasonable
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 ycu need, I have them.
ml ii uTiTli mi wTrTll' "Ii Tbi'i iriwiT r'n
IHL eJ. NICHOLS
LIVE STOCK DEALER OCALA, FLORIDA
Notice is hereby given that the
SOCIETY RATING AGENCY of Ocala,
Florida, will apply to the governor of
the state of Florida on January 26th,
1913, for letters patent incorporating
said society as a corporation for profit
under the general laws of the state of
Florida. Society Rating Agency.
MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS
Notice is hereby given that the an annual
nual annual meeting of the stockholders of
THE COMMERCIAL, BANK OF OCALA
will be held at the office of Mr. II. M.
Hampton at Ocala, Florida, on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, January 14th, 1913, at 11:30
By order of J. C. Boozer, president.
Geo. J. Blitch, Cashier.
Of Application for L-eave to Sell
Notice is hereby given that on the
3rd day of January, A. I. 1013
I will apply to Honorable Joseph BelL
countv judse in and for Marion coun coun-tv,
tv, coun-tv, state of Florida, at his office in
Ocala. in said county, for an order au au-thoriring
thoriring au-thoriring me, as uuardian of Thos. W.
and Dorothy Crawford, the minor heirs
of the estate of John F. Crawford, de deceased,
ceased, deceased, to sell at private sale the fol following
lowing following property belonging to said es estate,
tate, estate, to-wit: Commencing at the
northwest corner of lot number twenty-nine
of Smith & Dougherty's add to,
the city of Ocala. Marion county, Fla..
thpTic ean one hundred feet, south
one hundred and twenty-five feet, west
one hundred feet, north one hunarea
and twenty-five feet to p. o. b. ; also
the north half of lot number twenty twenty-eight
eight twenty-eight of Smith fc Doueherty's add to
the citv of Ocala, Marion county, Flor Florida:
ida: Florida: and also all of lot number nine of
Smith & Dougherty's add to Ocala,
Marion county, Florida; also the south
half of lot number twelve of Smith &
Dou-rhertv's add to Ocala. Marion
countv, Fiorida. Said lands belonging
to the' estate of the said John F. Craw Crawford,
ford, Crawford, deceased, to be sold for the best
interest of said minor heirs.
This 2nd dav of December, 1S12.
Ketura E. Crawford. Guardian.
BROADWAY AND 14th ST.
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, no
the American and European Plans.
merican Plan, $2 per day and up. European Tlan, 11.00 per day and up.
Special Weekly Rates.
Churchill & Co.
A. C. L R. R. and P. & 0. S. S. Co.
The elegant new S. S. "Evan grl;ne" will sail from Key Weft every
other Tuesday during January. February and" March, beginning Jan January
uary January 7th, stopping two days at Colon, C. Z., two days at Kingston,
Jamaica, and at Havana. Fourteen days' trip from Tampa. Rate in includes
cludes includes meals and berth both at sea and in port. Stop-overs allowed.
Tickets limited to A aril 1st.
For further information cal on-or write
J. G. KJRKLAND. D. P. A..
A. C. L. R. R, Tampa,
P. J. SAUNDERS, G. P. A.
P. & O. & S. C, JacksonTllle.