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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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FURNISHINGS
For All of the Homes
I1M1I CO.
THE FURMTUKJC MUX
FURNITUKE
AT RIGHT PRICES
Theus-Zachry Co.
VOL. 19.
OCALA, PLOEIDA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1913.
NO. 195

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bowels, caused by indigestion or constipation, yields
quickly to
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(TIIE POWDEli FORM)
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it. 1'nce, ii.uO per bottle. Look for the lied Z label.
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REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE

REAL ESTATE
Town property, improved ana 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
RENTAL DEPARTMENT
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
taxes.

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT
Agent for a dozen of the best Fire Insurance Companies 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 Phone 285 OCALA, FLA.

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There's nothing more important to us all than rURE,
FRKSII GROCERIES, and we want to suggest that you include
in your New Year's resolutions a determination that you will
during 1913 use only such goods as can be absolutely guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed to be the best Jn their line. While we handle several grades
of GROCERIES, we stand ready at all times to fully guarantee
every package that leaves our establishment to be just as rep represented,
resented, represented, and anything that does not come up to this guarantee
will be replaced without a question, or your money will be cheer cheerfully
fully cheerfully refunded. If there Is anything more reasonable that we can
offer you to induce you to become a patron during the coming
year, just call us up by phone, write us a letter or come to our
store on the corner of Fort King avenue and South llain street
and tell us what it is, an$ we assure you good service, prompt
delivery, and, in fact, satisfaction in every instance.
WHAT BETTER REASONS CAX YOU ASK TIIAT THESE FOR
GIVING US YOUR GROCERY TRADE

COUNTS GROCERY CO.
J. II. J. COUNTS, Proprietor
Ocala, Phone 114 Florida

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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.

Official Report of the Proceeding at
the I.BHt Meeting of the
Hoard
Ocala. Fla., January 0, 1013.
The board of county commission commissioners
ers commissioners for Marion county, Florida met in
regular session. Present: Hon. W. J.
Crosby, chairman; C. Carmichael, M.
M. Proctor and W. T. Henderson,
commissioners.
Also present unsrer special invita invitation
tion invitation were Hons. Walter Luff man and
Nathan Mayo, commisioners-elect for
19i:M9N, Senator E. L. Carney, Rep Representatives
resentatives Representatives It. F. Rogers, L. S. Light
and Edwin Spencer.
The minutes of the last meeting of
the board were read and approved.
C. E. Connor, auditor, presented
audit of the county's books for 1012,
which was examined and on motion
of Commissioner Proctor was order ordered
ed ordered spread on the minutes of the
board. Among other things this au audit
dit audit shows warrants issued during
1012 as follows:
On county road fund, $o9, 194.45;
county proper fund, $2J,402.2S ; fine
and forfeiture fund, $12,084.01; build building
ing building fund, $39S2.24. Total issue by
county commissioners, $100,437.03.
County school, $57,'7.57: county
sub-school, $11,335.53. Total issued
by county school board, $CS,40C.lO.
Grand total, $174,S43.73.
Receipts and colections including
balances from 1911:
On county road fudn. $39,494.45;
county proper fund, $21,008.91; coun county
ty county fine and forfeiture fund, $13,270.35;
county building fund, $14,953.12. To Total
tal Total funds to county commissioners,
$93,720.83.
On count- schools, $51,840.39; on
sub-schools, $10,103.08. Total funds
to county school board, $08,010.07.
Grand total, '$101,730.90.
Total increase of expenditures over
income and balances for entire coun county
ty county for all purposes during 1912, $13,-100.83.

Also report on assessments for
193 0, 1911 and 1912, showing assess assessment
ment assessment for the year 1910 to have
brought in net from general assess assessments,
ments, assessments, licenses and extras for all
funds and purpose, $109,050.03; and
showing assessment for the year 1911
to have brought in net from general
assessments, licenses and extras, for

all funds and purposes, $110,090.10;
and showing the assessment for the
year 1912 to have brought in net from
general assessments, licenses and ex extras,
tras, extras, for all funds and purposes up
to January 1, 1913, $27,937.80; with
balance of levy to be collected, $121. $121.-427.80.
427.80. $121.-427.80. Total, $149,305.84.
Attention was called, to the fact
that while the issue of warrants ex exceeded
ceeded exceeded the collections by $13,100.83,
the income from 1912 assessment
will exceed that of $1911 $28,200.08,
after deducting $500.1 from the 1912
assessment for errors, insolvencies
and tax sales.
This report, or audit, also shows
outstanding warrants to January 1st,
1913:
County proper fund, $20,059.08;
county roads, $48,010.92; refunded to
county roads, $48,329.77 $90,340.09;
fine and forfeiture fund, $553.47;
building fund. $25,899.04; refunded to
building fund, $5700.10 $31,005.14.
Total, $149,224.38,
This report also shows that war

rants have been issued and cancelled ftrueted to carry out the provisions

new legislation pertaining to road
matters in Marion county.
The board then adjourned until 1:30
p. m., for dinner.
Afternoon Session
Board "met pursuant to adjourn adjournment,
ment, adjournment, all members present at morn morning
ing morning session being present, Hon. D. G.
Watkins, commissioner-elect from the
second district, joining the board.
Chairman Crosby made statement
relative to finances, and the bank
handling and to handle the county
warrants for 1913, and on motion of
Commissioner Proctor, Commission Commissioners
ers Commissioners Henderson and Carmichael were
appointed a committee to interview
the banks and bankers of Ocala and
arrange for a meeting with them at
3 p. m.
Quite a number of the representa representative
tive representative citizens of the county being pres present.
ent. present. Chairman Crosby invited a free
and full discussion of county affairs.
Senator Carney appeared relative
to road matters and legislation, and
pertinent, county matters and af affairs.
fairs. affairs. Hon. J. A. Albritton appeared and
made report and statement relative
to road matters and manner of work working
ing working the county roads.
Wm. Hocker, county attorney, ap appeared
peared appeared relative to road legislation
and county legislation generally for
county purposes.
Mr. L. L. Priest appeared relative
to road tax.
Chairman Crosby took the floor and
discussed road matters and especial especially
ly especially necessary road legislation.
Edwin Spencer appeared relative
to road legislation.
S. W. Petteway, commissioner from
the second district, arrived and join joined
ed joined the board.
n motion of Commissioner Hen Henderson,
derson, Henderson, Colonel Rogers and Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Crosby were appointed a com committee
mittee committee to assist Attorney Hocker in
drawing up a general road law for
Marjon county, Florida, in connection
with Senator Carney and Representa Representatives
tives Representatives Light and Spencer.
Letter from the Florida Federation
of Women's Clubs, Mrs. WTilliam
Hocker, president, read and filed.
On motion board adjourned until 8
a. m., Tuesday.
Tuesday Morning, Jan. 7.
The board of county commission commissioners
ers commissioners met pursuant to adjournment,
with all members present, Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner S. W. -Petteway having arriv

ed. I

On motion of Commissioner Car Carmichael
michael Carmichael it was ordered that the con contract
tract contract with the Rumley Products Co.,
for one road tractor be refused on ac account
count account of same not being satisfatcory
for the county's work.
On motion of Commissioner Car Carmichael
michael Carmichael the clerk was instructed to
make bill against the Rumly Products
Co., for freight charges, and any and
other advances against the tractor,
and that same be presented for pay payment.
ment. payment. On motion of Commissioner Hen Henderson
derson Henderson the clerk was instructed to
draw a bill for $200 against the New
South Farm & Home Company on ac account
count account of sale to Fort McCoy and Dai Daisy
sy Daisy road.
On motion of Commissioner Proc Proctor
tor Proctor it was ordered that bill by Judge
Jos. Bell, as judge of the juvenile
court, be paid.
Letter by W. V. Knott, comptroller,
relative to section G212 of the Laws of
Florida, was read, and on motion of

i Commissioner Carmichael, it was or or-1
1 or-1 dered that the tax collector be in-

ALL WORK GUARANTEED
W. J. SHERIDAN

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FLORIDA I
MOTEL

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The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or

Sister to.

HOME HOTEL OF THE STAT

cov, ring the entire cost of new jail
and county infirmary, and all steel
cell work and furnishings, except this
amount of $31,C03.r4, which repre represents
sents represents the entire amount due on these
buildings and furnishings, and that
the court house warrants have all
been paid and cancelled.
This report showed county road
warrants issued during the year 1912
to be $03,909. 10, distributed as fol-

Commissioner's district No. 1. and
scrape and repair crew, $9403.85;
commissioner's district No. 2, and
hard road construction therein. $18, $18,-120.11;
120.11; $18,-120.11; commissioner's district No. 3,
and hard road construction therein.
$4410.70: commissioner's district Xo.
4, and hard road construction there therein
in therein $5541.24; commissioner's district
Xo. 5, and scrape crew therein,
$7985.88; Dunnellon city tax. $750.08;
road tav refund (collected in error),

$3; fine and forfeiture fund (paid in
error), $5; mules. $2887.50; harness,
$277.30; Citrus county (account Dun Dunnellon
nellon Dunnellon bridge, $13.33; fencing for
opening new roads), $109.72; road
grader, $150; Blue Run bridge re repairs,
pairs, repairs, $15.28; road roller, $1003.55;
tractor engine (to be refunded),
$178.98; Reddick town tax, $177.78;
county proper fund (error). $1.45;

city of Ocala, city tax. $489.72; dump
wagons, $1729.13; five road drags,
$83.28; treasurer's commissions,
$751.29; interest to bank on warrants.
?54''S.27.
Hon. L. S. Light, representative-

elect, discussed these reports, as well

RATES
AMERICAN PLAN $4.00 PER DAY AND UP-WARD
EUROPEAN PLAN 51.50 PER DAY AND UP-WARD
A. F. WILSON, Ass't Mgr. TH0S. M. WILSON, Prop, and Mgr
JACKSONVILLE FLA.

of this account and letter, and to pro provide
vide provide at least 300 license tags for the
carrying out of this account, and to
equip himself with what in his judg judgment
ment judgment he will need to carry out the
law.
Constable bond by J. L. Perry,
with Stewart Ramey and Geo. B.
Creekmore as sureties, read and ap approved.
proved. approved. Treasurer John M. Graham filed re report
port report for December, 1912, of collections
and disbursements as follows:
School Fund
Collections $2187.72
Disbursements 2180.47
Balance.,. 1.25
Road Fund
Collections $3194.11
Disbursements 3189.20
Balance $ 4.91
County Proper Fund
Collections $2023.7!
Disbursements 2010.42
Balance $ 13.29
Building Fund
Collections S S43.GG
Disbursements 780.00
Balance .$ C 1.00
Fine and Forfeiture Fund
Collections... $2091.07
Disbursements 803.75
Balance $1227.92
Total balances $1311.03

Which report was read and filed.
Letter by W. V. Knott, comptroller,

relative to automcDiie license xav.,
read and filed.
letter by Mrs. William Hocker,
president of the Florida Federation
of Women's Clubs, read and filed.
Constable bond by E. L. Blackman
was read. Clerk was instructed to re return
turn return this bond for signatures to

as our present road laws and pros-1 bondsmen, they signing by mark, and
pective bills before the legislature on j 11 ot attested.
county legislation. j Attorney William Hocker reported
Hon. Alfred Ayer appeared and dis-j on communication by Judge Wilder

tive to tax matters.
Hon. R. F. Rogers appeared rela relative
tive relative to road laws and the proposed

Ocala, Fla.. Dec. 9, 1912.
Hon. Board of County Commissioners,
Marion County, Florida:
Gentlemen Having referred to me

a letter of date December 3rd, ad addressed
dressed addressed by Judge J. R. Wilder of
Anthony to you, I beg to report that
Judge Wilder is correct, that under
the provisions of 206S of the General
Statutes of Florida, you have a right
to annex the Sparr district by appro appropriate
priate appropriate resolution, adopted and record recorded
ed recorded in your minutes, and provided no
justice of the peace has been elected,
qualified or commissioned for the
Sparr district. The resolution should
refer to this district by number, dpd
make the Sparr district a part of the
Anthony district.
Of course this is on the supposition
that no justice of the peace has been
elected, qualified or commissioned in
the Sparr district.
I note that Judge Wilder says that
all of the complaint about this matter
has come from Ocala, and of course
I have no knowledge of any complaint
and will attempt no explanation oth other
er other than to say taht Judge Wilder
should not act in such matters until
he knows that the proper resolution
has been passed by your board and
recorded in your minutes. Xo court
should attempt to take jurisdiction of
a suit simply for convenience or ac accommodation.
commodation. accommodation. The consequences
might be serious to the court and
its officers. You should, therefore,
either pass the necessary resolution
to give Judge Wilder jurisdiction or
he should cease to exercise it in cases
coming from the Sparr district.
Yours trulv,
WM. HOCKER.
(Copy mailed to Judge Wilder.)

Which was read and filed, and the
clerk instructed to write Judge Wil Wilder
der Wilder that a justice had been elected
and qualified for the Sparr district.
J. P. Galloway, sheriff, fild report
of cases where the same became a
charge against the sheriff for Decern- i
ber, 1912, showing fines imposed,
$070, and costs, $223.45, which was
read and approved.
W. L. Colbert, tax collector, filed
report shelving 120 regular and 17
extra poll taxes collected during De December,
cember, December, 1912.
Quotations with price lists and dis discounts
counts discounts by Bibb Sewer Pipe Company
of Macon, Ga., read and filed.
Application of Jesse O'Xeal for per permit
mit permit to sell liquors, wines and beer in
election district Xo. 24, read, and on
motion of Commissioner Henderson
same was received and proper adver advertisement
tisement advertisement ordered made to comply
with the law.
Bond for license to carry pistol by
Blake Brooks, ordered returned for
signature.
Bond of County Surveyor W. A.
Moorhead, with J. B. Martin and Da David
vid David S. Woodrow sureties, read and ap approved.
proved. approved. Report by T. M. Phillips, S. D. At Atkinson
kinson Atkinson and W. R. Roe, commission commissioners,
ers, commissioners, as follows: "We, the undersign undersigned
ed undersigned commissioners, respectfully state
to your honorable board that we
have gone over and inspected route as
set out in our commission, and would
respectfully recommend that the
road be established along the follow following
ing following line, to-wit: Commencing at the
north end of the Emathla and Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship road at Emathla and Martin

road on the center line of sec 10, tp
14, r 20, thence north through sees 10
and 3 to tp line, dividing tps 13 and
14, thence west where it connects
with Home's bridge on Flemington
road; provided, Carter and McLaugh McLaughlin
lin McLaughlin will open balance of oad com commencing
mencing commencing at Sam Roberts' and Lewis
Graham's places in sei of sei of
sec 34, tp 14, r 20, thence n 20 chs,
thence w 5 chs, thence north IM
miles to the ne cor of nwi of seU,

sec 3", thence e 20 chs. thence n on

sec lines dividing sees 22 and 23, 15
and 14, 10 and 11, 2 and 3, tp 13, r 20,
to the Sawdust Pond road."
Read, and on motion, of Commis

sioner Henderson report accepted and

ordered posted.
List of licenses issued from May I,
1912, to Xovember 30, 1912, as pub published
lished published in the Ocala Star, was approv approved
ed approved Report by Justice Wynne, showing
no business in December, 1912, re received
ceived received and filed.
The following justices filed reports
showing fines ::.nd costs imposed dur during
ing during December, 1912, as follows:
Joseph Bell, county judge, fines,
$534; costs, $92.32.
J. W. Lyles, fines, $101; costs,
$112.10.

C. R. Veal, fines, $G; costs, $4.10.
T. L. Johnson, fines, $2S; costs,
$14.73.
L. L. Hopkins, fines, $10; costs.
$12 CO.
J. O. Turnipseed, fines $5; costs,
$7.50.

Reports read and filed.
Mark and brand inspector for dis districts
tricts districts S, 1G, 17, 22, 23, 24 and 29 filed
reports for December, 1912, which
were read and filed.
Report by Henry Gordon, superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of hard road construction
crew, as follows: "I have paved
2050 yards of road, and the men are
all well, except one, and he is in a
bad fix. I expect I will have to bring
him in to the doctor. Everything else
seems to be be in good shape, and
all work in? good." Read and filed.
Repcrt of licenses issued and col collected
lected collected for during December, 1912,
showing amount collected for state,

$941.50, and for county, $480.25, read
and filed.
All bills of road overseers, etc., for
1912, board approved and ordered
paid.
Ten o'clock Tuesday morning hav

ing arrived, and the new members members-elect
elect members-elect beins present, thev were called
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to sit with the board.
Speeches were made by each of the

THE

Ind.

epeEdent Farmer

The Independent Farmer can usually
be indentified by the bank check book
he carries.
This is an indication of his standing,
. and his idea of business accuracy.
Many farmers are profiting by bank
connections, and we will be pleased to
show you the advantages of paying by
check instead instead of carrying a roll
of bills.
We will also be glad to talk to you
concerning loans should you need funds
to make and market your crop.
THE MUNR0E & CBAMBLISS BAM
Ocala, Florida

Be Sure and Ge! the Best in

(SMOCEMIIES

The kind we are compelled to sell, because;
if we did not, we would lose our
growing and extensive trade.
Call and inspect our stock.
It is not only the FINEST in town but it is
the BEST selected.)
HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR SPECIALS

Pot Cheese
Brie Cheese
Club Cheese
Urick Cheese
Edam Cheese
Curry Powders
Pimento Cheese
Pickled Walnuts
Pineapple Cheese
Limburger Cheese
Camembert Cheese
Vezet Dutch Cheese
Self Kising Buckwheat
Grated Parmesan Cheese
Herring in Tomato Sauce
Xo. 1 and Xo. 2 Mackerel
Philadelphia Cream Cheese
Macedonins (Mixed Vegetables)

Cod Fish
Pimentos
Anchovies
Mushrooms
French Peas
Swiss Cheese
Bloater Paste
Graham Flour
Anchovy Paste
Cod Fish Balls
Pickled Salmon
Kitchen Bouquet
Smoked Halibut
Findon Haddock
Holland Herring
Smoked Bloaters
Kippered Herring
Roquefort Cheese
Whole Wheat Flour

HUNDREDS OF OTHER THINGS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION

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OCALA, Phones 16-174 FLORIDA

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

We carry over fifty differ different
ent different styles, and nearly as
many different prices.
There are handsome white
enameled, with little or no

vi;?M r j I'h p M brass trimmings, then there

st--- J are solid brass beds, the

kind that do not tarnish, and there are pretty dark
green and blue ones, and many other colors and
shades and all of the different shapes and trimmings.
We will take great pleasure in showing you our
line of beds, and can certainly please you in this
department.
Respectfully,
McIVER & McKAY
THE FURNITURE AND .HOUSE FURHISUGS STORE

retiring members of the board
Hons. M. M. Proctor, S. W. Petteway
and W. J. Crosby which were re responded
sponded responded to by the commissioners
elected for 1913-1914.
Commissioner Proctor offered the
following resolution, which was unan unanimously
imously unanimously adopted and ordered spread
on the minutes of the board:
Whereas, Messrs. Crosby, Petteway
and Proctor are now retiring from the
board of commissioners of this, Ma Marion
rion Marion county; and,
Whereas. It has been a pleasure to
serve with everv member of the
board, as well as with Clerk S. T. Sis Sis-trunk
trunk Sis-trunk and Deputy Clerk C. E. Connor,

and Attorneys Hocker and Duval, be
it hereby
Resolved, That our thanks be ex extended
tended extended to Mr. Connor for his efficient
and faithful service and help; also to
Mr. Sistrunk and Attorneys Hocker
and Duval for kindness shown and
help given us during the term of office
now closing.
After which the chairman invited
the members-elect for 1913-1914 to
take charge of and continue the ses session.
sion. session. (The proceedings of the members
of the new board at their first meet meeting
ing meeting will appear in our next week's Is Issue.)



OCAIiA EVEXTNG STAR, WEDNESDAY, JAXCAHl 13, 1913

OGALA EVENING STAR

Bittinger & Carroll Proprietors.
R. R. Carroll, Business Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In. the postoffice at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mail matter.
Ml.MUJE & CIIAMHL.ISS IIA.Mv
AXM'AI. STOCKIIOLDKUS' MEETING
The stockholders of the Munroe &
Chambliss Bank held their annual
meeting Tuesday. A majority of the
stockholders were present and all were
well pleased with the report of the of officers.
ficers. officers. The year 1912 has been the best
so far in the history of the bank,
which has approximately a hundred
thousand dollars more in deposits than
it had a year ago.
The stockholders approved the bank's
policy In making loans to farmers of
this section. Some months ago, when
money was "tight," the bank made
loans to the farmers of Marion and
adjoining1 counties, enabling them to
move their crops. The bank did not
confine Its loans to its customers, but
accommodated all farmers able to give
good security, and its policy resulted
in great general good- and insured
much future prosperity to the people.
All the officers of the bank were re reelected,
elected, reelected, namely: T. T. Munroe, presi president,
dent, president, Z. C. Chambliss and J. M. Thomas,
vice presidents, and A. K. Gerig, cash cashier.
ier. cashier. The directors are as follows:
Messrs. D. II. Baiter, Louis Tl. Chazal,
E. L. Carney. D. A. Clark, W. M. Gist,
E. L. Howell. A. E. Gerig, J. M.
Thomas, Z. C. Chambliss and T. T.
Munroe.
OFFICERS OF THE
FAIR ASSOCIATION'
A meeting of the directors of the
Marion County Fair Association was
held in the Board of Trade rooms
Tuesday evening. Officers for 1913
were elected as follows: President, Ed
Carmichael; secretary, D. S. Williams;
treasurer, G. J. Blitch; board of direc directors,
tors, directors, Z. C. Chambliss, Jake Brown, D.
E. Mclver, E. E. Robinson, Ed. L.
Wartmann, Jos. W. Davis, W. M. Gist
and J. M. Meffert.
The officers are going ahead with
their work and will leave nothing un undone
done undone to have the -biggest and best fair
of all next November. Last year's
fair was first-class in arrangements
and exhibits, but the weather and
other circumstances were against it
and the crowd was small. Better luck
this time. The dates for the next fair
will be Nov. 25, 26. 27 and 28.
3IONEY TALKS
A dispatch from Miami under date
of Jan. 14 says: "William Rockefeller
left last night for Palm Beach where
his physician says he will spend three
weeks. The oil magnate conversed
freely about local topics but declined
to discuss his health or where or when
he will appear before the Pujo inves investigating
tigating investigating committee. He spoke with
little difficulty."
County Commissioner Luffman paid
this office a call Tuesday afternoon
and asked the Star to impress on the
people of the Fort McCoy, Eureka and
Orange Springs precincts the neces necessity
sity necessity of their voting themselves into a
special road and bridge district, at the
election to be held Feb. 15. The Star
should think this one of the very best
plans by which to improve the high highways.
ways. highways. It gives the people of a dis district
trict district immediate power over their own
roads and bridges, without conflicting
with the larger work of the county.
The people of any two or three pre precincts
cincts precincts can vote themselves into a sub sub-road
road sub-road district and go ahead with their
improvements without waiting on
their neighbors.
Notwithstanding J. Pierpont Mor Morgan's
gan's Morgan's assertion that it was impossible
'to form a money trust, evidences are
not lacking that the belief is general
all over the country that a few big
men can so manipulate national fi finances
nances finances as to aggrandize themselves
and crush everybody who gets in their
way. A few years ago, a railroad
magnate named Baer declared that
God had put the natural resources of
the country in the hands of a few wise
men. of whom the obvious inference
was that tie was one; and the opinion
prevails that Morgan, Rockefeller and
a few more consider themselves God's
viceregents on earth in money mat matters.
ters. matters. Josepnus Daniels, democratic na national
tional national committeeman from North Car Carolina,
olina, Carolina, has been endorsed by the gen general
eral general assembly of that state for .the
portfolio of postmaster general in the
cabinet of President Wilson. Mr. Dan Daniels'
iels' Daniels' name has been prominently men mentioned
tioned mentioned with that post.
Mr. Montholon Atkinson of Old
Town is in the city this week, serv serving
ing serving on the jury. The Star can't help
thinking how well law would be ad administered
ministered administered if all jurors were as broad broad-minded
minded broad-minded and well informed as Mr. At Atkinson.
kinson. Atkinson. Most of our people are 'nterested in
the fact that the races for the Vander Vander-bilt
bilt Vander-bilt cup and the Grand Prize of the
Motor Cups Holding Company will be
held on the Savannah course next fall
or winter. These races were run on
the Savannah course year before last,
and many Ocala people attended. The
next contest will be between Nov. 1
and Feb. 13.
Everybody is worried about the
weather. So far we have had very
little cold this winter. Consequently
the sap is up in the trees, and a very
slight freeze would be disastrous. Ev Everybody
erybody Everybody hopes for a spell of moderate moderately
ly moderately cold weather to drive the sap down
again. It is too late to save many f
the peaches in this section, for the
trees are in full bloom. Florida is not
in the condition it was in -seventeen
years ago, when destruction to the or orange
ange orange trees was a knockout blow to in industry
dustry industry all over the state. All the
same, millions of dollars are invested
in oranges, and a destructive freeze
would make us all shiver.
Manuel Quezon, Filip'ne delegate in
Congress, is going to interview Wil Wilson
son Wilson with the idea of obtaining from
the president-elect some expression
favorable to the independence of the
islands. The Star hasn't any idea that
the democratic party is going to hand
the Filipinos their inuependence next
Christmas, nor the next one or next
one. The democratic party would not
have annexed the Islands, but there
are too many American interests tied
up in them now for us to move out
until they have been taken care of.
Our own people first.
The' Star would respectfully inquire
of the opponents of capital punish punishment,
ment, punishment, what would they do with such

men as the rapist Johnson, and it de

sires no reply frorc theorists unfamil
iar with the subject.
OCALA XATIOVAL I1AXK
HAS AN ELECTION
The stockholders of the Ocala Na National
tional National Bank met yesterday in the of office
fice office of the bank, and elected officers
for the ensuing year. The old officer
wee all-reelected and Mr. Walter
Luffman was added to the board of
directors.
The officers of the bank are: J. L.
Edwards, president; Clarence Camp,
vice president; II. D. Stokes, cashier.
Board of directors: J. L. Edwards,
Clarence Camp. J. E. Chace. H. D.
Stokes, Walter Luffman and E. L.
Wartmann.
The bank made a fine showing for
the year just closed, and a gain in de deposits
posits deposits of 56 per cent for the year.
LOCAL LEGISLATION'
The city council convened last night
with the following present: Chairman
R. R. Carroll, Couneilmen E. T. Hel-
venston, G. A. Carmichael. J. L Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, F. G. E. We'he and C. M. Living Livingston.
ston. Livingston. The minutes of the last regular
meeting were read' and approved. The
old council then adjourned sine die.
'The new members, Dr. J. W. Hood,
Mr. E. C. Bennett and Mr. B. A.
Weathers, as well as the re-elected
member, Mr. G. A. Carmichael, having
been given the oath of office by Mayor
Robertson, took their seats and on
motion Mr. Helvenston was made tem temporary
porary temporary chairman.
Mr. Helvenston stated that the first
business of the new council was to
elect a permanent chairman and a
chairman pro tern. Mr. Carmichael
nominated Mr. Weathers and Mr. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor seconded the nomination.
Mr. Weathers stated that he thought
one of the members who had already
served on the counc'l should have the
presidency and while he appreciated
the honor, he thought it should go to
some one else.
Mr. Bennett moved that the nomi nominations
nations nominations be closed. Seconded and car carried.
ried. carried. The roll was called and Mr.
Weathers was elected.
Mr. Helvenston nominated Mr. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor for chairman pro tern, and the nom nomination
ination nomination was seconded. Mr. Taylor said
he wished to decline. Mr. Helvenston
was nominated and the nomination
seconded. The vote resulted in the
election of Mr. Taylor.
Mr. Weathers made a short, business-like
talk and stated that he
would appoint the committees of the
council in a few days, after he had
had time to thoroughly think over the
matter. The council then adjourned
till next Tuesday night, Jan. 21st.
IX Till CIRCUIT COURT
The following cases have been de decided
cided decided to date in the circuit court:
State vs J. J. Johnson, rape; guilty
and sentenced to death.
Storrs & Schaefers vs. B. H. Sanders.
Verdict for plaintiff in sum of $868 and
attorney's fees.
J. B. Martin vs. J. J. Fort. Verdict
for plaintiff of $1390.33.
Mrs. T. A. Lamb and T. A. Lamb vs.
W. F. Kelley. Verdict for plaintiff of
$114.
F. W. Bishop vs. J. P. Galloway as
sheriff and ex-officio administrator of
estate of D. A. Smith, deceased. Ver Verdict
dict Verdict for plaintiff of $167.
Janie Hayes and husband, Jesse
Hayes vs. the Atlantic Coast Line.
Verdict for plaintiff of $1000.
State vs. Henry Williams, grand
larceny. Defendant pleaded guilty.
State vs. John Stevens, forgery. De Defendant
fendant Defendant pleaded guilty. Fined $50.
Geo. K. Robinson vs. J. T. LaVeigne.
Verdict for plaintiff of $143.20.
Southern Fixture and Supply Co. vs.
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. Verdict for
plaintiff of $397.72.
Anna V. Pyles and S. R. Pyles vs.
Weller Carmichael. Verdict for plain plaintiff
tiff plaintiff for $89.
Ocala Cooperage Co. vs. L. J. Knight
and C. F. Williams. Judgment by de default.
fault. default. P. O. Dell vs. Seaboard Air Line
Railway. Verdict for plaintiff of
$176.70.
Commercial Bank vs. S. A. Rawls &
Co. Verdict for plaintiff in sum of
$1165 and attorney's fee.
WEATHER REPORT
Partly cloudy, northeast wind.
Minimum temperature, '1 degrees
Maximum, 66 degrees.
Average, 52 degrees.
WEATHER FORECAST
Fair tonight, warmer northwest
portion; Thursday fair.
ASA MORGAN"
Asa Morgan, super'ntendent of the
Standard Mine, was found dead in his
bed Sunday morning. He leaves a
widow to mourn his loss. Mr. Morgan
wa sa man universally liked, a mem member
ber member of the Masonic Lodge in Dunnel Dunnel-lon
lon Dunnel-lon and the chapter and commandery
here. The remains passed through here
Wednesday morning enroute to Plant
City for interment. Quite a number of
Masons from Dunnellon accompanied
the remains, and Dr. Dame was the
representative from here. Deceased
was a faithful employee of the Butt Butt-genbach
genbach Butt-genbach Company, a gentleman in ev every
ery every respect, and his demise is univer universally
sally universally deplored. The sympathies of all
are with his widow, who is a woman
very much devoted to him and her
home. Inverness Chronicle.
CARD OF THANKS
We desire to give our friends our
heartfelt thanks for the kindness and
assistance rendered to us at the death
of our dear brother. May the good
Lord be with them in time of need, is
our prayer. A. J. and A. M. Morgan.
Plant City, Fla.
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.
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Was paid at a banquet to Henry Clay,
In New Orleans in 1482. Mighty cost costly
ly costly for those with stomach trouble or
indigest'on. Today people everywhere
use Dr. King's Life Pills for these
troubles as well as I'ver, kidney and
bowel disorders. Easy, safe, sure.
Only 23 cnts at Tyaings & Co. Adv.
Pleurisy pains are located Just De De-low
low De-low the short ribs. Lumbago affects
the same region hut toward the back.
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT Is the
remedy in either case. If rubbed in
thoroughly it eases pain, relaxes the
muscles and the patient can move
about freely and comfortably. Price
25c, 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by all
Adv.

EYECLTIOY PARSED OFF IN
PERFECT ULIET AND ORDER

Hancins; of Johnnun Wit nrsoetl
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Thouamli of People
Early this morninz-. hours before the
time set fur the execution, the crowd
began to gather around the count y
jail until at th hour set for the ex execution,
ecution, execution, 11 o'clock, several thousand
people w-re gathered there, the color colored
ed colored race predominating-. Several col colored
ored colored ministers, led hy Rev. Goin, the
patriarchial minister who has admin administered
istered administered to the spiritual welfare of ev every
ery every negro hanged in Marion county
for more than a generatiu i, hell ser
vices in the cell of the
ondemne 1
man, and when he was led out to the
scaffold, which i3 built in the alcove
between the wings of the building
and fenced off with a high fence, fol followed
lowed followed him to the scaffold, where they
prayed and sang with him. Only about
thirty people were allowed inside the
enclosure, among them being most of
the members of the grand jury, but
those outside could plainly see the
scaffold and the man upon it.
Johnson, played for time. He want wanted
ed wanted to talk and sing and pray and after
the black cap was placed on iiis head,
begged to have it removed while he
prayed again, promising to then sub submit
mit submit and be hanged. The cap was re removed
moved removed and he prayed for five minutes.
Then he said: "Give me the rope and
let me put it on myself." The noose
was adjusted, and the trap door trip tripped
ped tripped and the man shot through the
opening. Falling seven feet or more,
his neck broke with a snap, and he
never quivered or jerked. The drop
fell at 11:08 o'clock and in a few sec seconds
onds seconds Drs. Lindner and Peek pronounc pronounced
ed pronounced him dead.
The door was opened and all who
wanted to do so came into the en enclosure
closure enclosure to see the body from close
quarters and passed out. There was
no demonstration at all, though John Johnson's
son's Johnson's wife, who was inside of the jail,
fainted. Like most of his race, who
are executed, Johnson seemed cool
and collected, his hands and knees
were steady and his voice clear and
strong.
The body was turned over to the
colored preachers for burial, Johnson
having been an ordained minister him himself.
self. himself. Johnson did not confess on the scaf scaffold
fold scaffold but had done so on several oc occasions
casions occasions to Sheriff Galloway, Deputy
Brigance and to Jailer Chalker.
The crowd soon dispersed and quiet
reigned about the jail. Present were
the family of the victimized woman
and a number of neighbors from that
section.
Sheriff Smith of Lake county, Mar Marshal
shal Marshal Thomas of Dunnellon and most of
the local officers, both county and city,
were present. General satisfaction
was expressed over the speedy carry carrying
ing carrying out of the. sentence of the law.
Johnson was brought up from Tam Tampa
pa Tampa yesterday evening by Sheriff Gal Galloway
loway Galloway on Sunnyjim. The sheriff went
alone, but had no trouble, in fact, very
few people had any idea that he was
escorting any but some ordinary male malefactor.
factor. malefactor. Johnson did not' speak a word
from the minute he left Tampa till he
reached his cell in the Ocala jail. The
cell was less than twenty feet from
the gallows, and had it been light
enough the condemned negro, as he
stood in the corridor, could have seen
the grisly frame of lumber from which
his body would dangle in just thirteen
hours.
A Star reporter went with Sheriff
Galloway to the jail this morning to
hear the death warrant read. Marion
county has a well built jail, and it is
kept as clean and comfortable as any
jail can be. But a jail is a jail, and as
the reporter looked at the grim sur surroundings
roundings surroundings and inhaled the peculiar
jail smell that no amount of scrub scrubbing
bing scrubbing will eradicate, he wondered if
there wouldn't be less criminals if
every growing boy could add a visit to
a prison to his school education.
There is quite a good-sized popu population
lation population in the Marion county jail, about
95 per cent of it colored. It is divided
into practically two buildings. The
jailor's family live in front, and their
bright and comfortable looking rooms
are a great contrast to the balance of
the structure.
The sheriff and his party entered
the jail by the side door, opening into
a hall that separated the jailor's
rooms from the remainder of the struc structure.
ture. structure. Out of this hall led another,
which ended at a door that opened into
the main jail. On the lower floor of
this were the cells containing ordinary
prisoners. Passing this, the sheriff
led the way up a staircase to the up upper
per upper floor, where were confined the
men on which law had set its iron grip
so strongly that the talons struck into
the soul.
Jailor Chalker turned a key and
opened a little door, and then turned
another key and pulled a lever and
opened a bigger door that opened the
way into a corridor that ran along a
row of cells. Sitting on his cot in the
first cell, a black spot against the
darkness of his prison was Johnson.
The condemned negro was quietly,
abjectly miserable, so miserable that
had he been there for any other crime
one could not have helped being sorry
for him.
The sheriff spoke to him kindly, and
asked him how he felt. The negro
answered quietly, but his eyes widen widened
ed widened as the officer opened the- fateful
document with the om'nous black rib ribbon
bon ribbon across it, and began reading the
words that confirmed all the crimi criminal's
nal's criminal's worst fears.
Present while the warrant was be
ing read were beside Mj Galloway
Sheriff Smith of Lake county, Deputy
Wells, Jailer Chalker and the report reporter.
er. reporter. After the reading was over, the
sheriff asked the condemned man if
there was anything he could do for,
him, and then listened attentively to
his few simple requests.
Johnson then had less than three
hours to live. He seemed sunk into
an apathy of despair and made no com complaint
plaint complaint r entrt-aty. He was given a
good breakfast and ate with a fair
appetite.
As the sheriff left the jail, he stop stopped
ped stopped for a few minutes by the cage to
speak to the prisoners for minor of offenses.
fenses. offenses. They all seemed glad t- see
him. and several ak-d favors, which
he promised to grant. Arr.-st. im imprisonment
prisonment imprisonment and pun'shment are pen penalties
alties penalties to which Sheriff Galloway r.eve?
adds an unnecesary hardship.
The prisoners were having tlu-Ir
breakfast at the time. TJiey have
enough to eat and i: is clenn and wel!
cooked, better than many honest men
have and as good ?s a criminal de deserves.
serves. deserves. FRIGHTFUL POLAR WINDS
Blow with terrific rorce at the far
north and play havoc with the skin,
causing red, rough or sore chapped
hands and lips, that need Bucklen's
Arnica Salve to heal them. It makes
the skin soft and smooth. Unrivaled
for cold sores, also burns, boils, sores,
ulcers, cuts, bruises and piles. Only
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"SCHOOL II AYS"
Just a true, clean, American play is
perhaps the best description that can
be given of Gus Edwards' "School
Days," which will be the attraction at
the Temple tomorrow night.
Coming here with the endorssment
o over a year's run in New York City
and another season equally divided be between
tween between the larger cities of the United
States, this play bids well to be the
one most important attraction of the
present season. Unlike most musical
plays, "School Days" does have a plot
whieh is so nicely woven in between
songs and dances that there is never
an adverse criticism heard as the au audience
dience audience passes out of the theater after
witnessing the performance.
Nonnie, with a mania for stealing
everyinir in sight: Biff Dugan, the
fighting kid; Vera Nutty, who proves
to be very nutty; Johnny Boston
Beans; Perry, who was raised on lit literary
erary literary diet; Tommy Tatiers, tattered
and torn; Josey Levy, the greenhorn
who has just come over and wants to
learn: all are characters that blend
together in a manner that makes the
oldest man think of the days of his
childhood and the sweet never-to-be-forgotten
school days.
"School Days," with its simple plot
of the days of youth, mingled with the
troubles of childhood in the alleys and
narrow streets of a large city, brought
all to a happy ending after the stress,
combine to make a play that has
brought back memories, and tears,
laughter and sheer joy to hundreds of
thousands of delisrhted theatergoers,
will undoubtedly prove the best at attraction
traction attraction seen here in many a day. Ad.
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I thought sure I had lost my bank book recently. I called up the cash cashier,
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my money. lie told me. there wa3 no danger of that. Even if a dishonest
person should find my bank book he cannot withdraw the money without a
written order from me. They have my signature on file so no one can forge
my name,,.
I found the book later, and when I got my pay envelope, I deposited ten
dollars 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 looks good to me.
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Masons meet Thursday evening.

Anticipated pleasure seldom pans out

Six reel and amateurs Temple Fri Friday
day Friday night. 1-13-ltd

Clocks of all kin3s and at all prices.
A. E. Burnett. Ad.

Many a well rounded phrase isn't on
the level.

Pearl tooth brushes a-e sold at
Gerig's Drug Store3 at 2Zc. and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ad.

Good luck and bad habits are sel seldom
dom seldom on speaking terms.
Stop coughing by using Cherry Eark
Cough Syrup. Sold only at the Rexall
Stores. Ad.

If ignorance is bliss,
a happy world.

this ought to be

We lead m perfumes. The largest
assortment of delightful odors. The
Court Pharmacy. Ad.

Icy-Hot bottles at the Court Pharm

acy. Ad.

White Clover Flour Is better,
lyour grocer.

Ask

Mr. Percy liillingsley has reitjrned
from his business visit to Orlafido.

ROOMS FOR RENT By day
week. Prices reasonable. No. 5-'

or
N.

Magnolia street.

l-14-6t

Six reels and amateurs Temple Fri Friday
day Friday night. 1-13-ltd

Reels, lines and all kinds of fishing
tackle of the kind that gives satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction at the Marion Hardware' Co. Ad.

Nyal's Corn Remover actually re removes.
moves. removes. 25c. at both Gerjg's Drug
Stores. Ad.

Ever notice how willing people are to
assist you when you don't need help?

pent

a most interesting and profitable raorn-
The special feature of the meeting
this morning was the original paper
read by Mrs. von Engelken, on musical
life in Germany. Having spent her
early life in Germany, the "cradle of
music," as it has been called, and be being
ing being a musician of maeh talent herself,
Mrs. von Engelken's paper was most
interesting and greatly enjoyed by the
members of the club, w h o feel very
grateful to her for this valuable ad addition
dition addition to their musical work and the
elevating influence of her paper on the
club members. She touched upon the
reproduction of the grand organ col collections
lections collections of compositions b3" the com composer
poser composer Bach.
Musical notes were read by Mrs.
Blake and Mrs. Taylor on the two
singers who have recently so inter interested
ested interested New York and Boston music
circles, Miss Frieda Hamphel and Mme.
Clara Butt, in grand opera and con concert
cert concert work.
The club practiced its chorus, to be
given at a later date to the public, and
did some good work on this pretty
chorus.

BASKET HALL AT

THE II Kill SCHOOL

Many beautiful pieces of hand hand-painted
painted hand-painted china at Burnett, the jewel jeweler's.
er's. jeweler's. Ad.

Helvenston & Fasteur's Is the place
to buy blankets, comforts and coun counterpanes.
terpanes. counterpanes. Large assortment and great
values. Ad.

The ninth and tenth grades of the
Ocala high school have formed a bas basket
ket basket ball team and the eleventh grade
has organized another team. The first
team, from the ninth and tenth grades,
is composed of the following young
ladi-s: Centers, X'vienne Eycleshimer
and Annie Moorhad; forwards. Susie
Ervin. Nan Brooks, Ruby Cappleman
and Olivia Toffaletti; guards, Mable
Akin, Martha Kate Rentz, Marie Bur Burnett
nett Burnett and Miss Mays. Miss Mays play played
ed played guard this afternoon in order to
fill out the ranks. Another will be ap appointed
pointed appointed very soon.'
The eleventh grade team is compos composed
ed composed of: Centers, Lois Dame and Winona
Wetherbee: forwards; Nellie Beckham,
Lorayne Kemp, Gladys Wallis and
Louise Sanders; guards, Gladys Martin,
Alice Sexton, Anne Pope Eagleton and
Rexie Todd. f
Miss Bertha Smith, jvho was captain
of a team at college, coaches the elev

enth grade, which will practice on
Tuesday and Friday afternoons. The
ninth and tenth grades will be coach
ed by Miss Dorothy Schreiber, whd
was under Miss Smith. They will
practice every Monday and Thursday
afternoons.

SOU I11S

LEE'S I1IRTIIDAY

Six reels and amateurs Temple Fri Friday
day Friday night. 1-13-ltd

Great values in ladies' coat suits,
cloaks, bath robes and komonas at
Helvenston & Pasteur s. Ad.

KOtB

WEATHER

We have the largest and best stock of Lap Robes and Storm Aprons
ever brought to this part of the state. To neglect to prepare yourself
with protection against the cold, disagreeable days that will soon be
here would be an unforgivable act when It is so easy to come here and
let us fix you up. Our stock of buggy tops, canopies and awnings Is
also complete and we have enough horse blankets for all the "old Dob Dobbins"
bins" Dobbins" in this section. Don't fall to call on us when in need of any anything
thing anything in our line.
KNIGHT &-LANG

Edison phonographs and nearly two

I thousand records to select from at A.
e. Burnett's. Ad.

Celebration of a Day Dear to Southern
Hearts
The members of Dickison Chapteri
U. D. C. will celebrate the anniversary

of Gen. R. E. Lee's birthday Monday.!3 da-v or two for Cuba-

January 20th. 1913, at the home of theJwm spena a

Miss Ruth Erjrin has a position as

stenographer in-the county clerk's

se-conri vice president, ;urs. i. ris- j-

trunK, at zm p. m. a coruiai inviia-
tion is extended to our beloved vetert-

ans and their families, the chapter of

c. or c. ana an rrienas interested.
Crosses of honor will be bestowed at
this meeting. Mrs. E. M. Howard,
till 20th President.

j F. W. Stanley of Ocala, representing
j the Cameron-Barkley Company. is
j here for a. few days, a guest at the
i Hillsboro. Tampa Tribune.

Mrs. I. V. Stevens and pretty little
daughter, Margaret Weathers Stev Stevens,
ens, Stevens, who have been guests in the
home of their uncle, Mr. B. A. Weath Weathers
ers Weathers since October, will return in the
morning to their home In Lakeland.
Mr. Stevens came up to accompany his
family home.
Mrs. L, F. Blalock and Master Fred
Elalock will go to Jacksonville Thurs Thursday
day Thursday for a week's visit.
Miss Mona -Hiller will arrive in
Ocala Saturday from Birmingham,
Ala., to visit Mrs. William Hocker.
This will be Miss Hiller's first visit to
her former home since she left with
her parents several years ago.
Mrs. C. F. Benjamin of Alexandria
Bay, Thousand Islands, will reach
Ocala the last of this month to visit
her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
McClymonds. In the spring. Rev.
Benjamin will join his wife and after
a visit they will return home together.
Miss Josie Bullock will be one of the
attractive dancers at the Gasparilla
ball in Tampa on the evening of Feb February
ruary February fourth.
Miss Frances Anderson of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville will 'be the lovely guest of Mrs.
William Hocker from Friday until
Monday. Miss Anderson's friends are
anticipating her visit as it is the first
since leaving Ocala several years ago.
The hostesses at the Woman's Club
for Saturday afternoon will be Misses
Annie Davis, Lois Ellis, Lucy Moor Moor-head,
head, Moor-head, Lydie McDougald, Louise Booie
and Annie Atkinson.
Mr. and Mrs. Cristy Welsh and lit little
tle little daughter have arrived from German
Valley, N. J., and are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. M. J. Roess at their pretty
home on Oklawaha avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. George Horace Ford,
who were married -wi tne Hist, have
completed their wedding- trip which
included a tour through Cuba and

stops at Key West,'4 Midymi, Palm Beach j
and other principal eat coast resorts,!
and are now in Jacksonville at 712!
Laura street, where they will make j

their future home.
'
Mr. Hibbert Weathers, -who expect expected
ed expected to leave Ocala the first of this
month, has decided to remain at home.
This will be gratifying news to his
host of friends.
Mrs. C. P. Howell of Clarksburg,
W. Va., arrived'in town Sunday to join
Mr. Howell. Sh?y expect to leave in

where they

week

.

YOUR CHECKING ACCOIT

This bank cordially invites all persons
who receive and pay out money, whether in
large or small amounts, to open checking ac accounts,
counts, accounts, thereby providing positive safety for
money and the greatest convenience for the
handling of funds.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL FULL PAID IX 75,O0O.
H. D. STOKES. Cashier.
JNO. L. EDWARDS, Pres. CLARENCE CAMP. Vice Pr.

F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
Specialist iu Chronic Diseases
THE DR. M'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND
ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE

PHONES:
Office, 233.
Dr. McClane's Residence. 407.

Ocala, Florida
OFFICE:
Suite 1 to 7 Holder Block. Southwest
Comer of Public Iquare

IVoles fall made by special a p polo tmrnt. Special Gealt t'rtaary Cllml
after 7 p. n. Mrt flay.

When you want a reliable medicine
for a cough or cold take Chamberlain's
i Cough Remedy. It can always be de de-jpended
jpended de-jpended upon and is pleasant and safe
'to take. For sale by all dealers. Adv.

-tti t -c -V

:.w t T,- y -7

New Hotel Astor

Jacksonville, Florida
sA. B. Vance, mgr. director
CAFE IN CONNECTION
European Plan, $1.00 and op
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE I1VTII
Hot and Cold Ilunniug Water and
Telephone In Rooms. Elevator
Service
Corner Bay and llogan streets, one
block from postoffice. Street cars
from Union Station and all steamers
pass the door.

TOUFFER

HAND PAINTED
CHINA DINNER SETS

As an embryo express company, the
government is making quite a hit.
right.

Cabbage, collards, lettuce and onion
plants for sale at the Ocala Seed
Store. Ad.

The man who says he never had a
show probably never had the price of
admission.

White Pine and Tar Cough Syrup
will stop that cough. Try a bottle at
the Court Pharmacy. Ad.

Ocala, Fla., Jan. 8, 1913
Patrons, Ocala Heights Dairy:
Owing to the fact that we
are unable to collect a great

many of our accounts, on and
after January 15, we will sell
our milk and cream for cash
only.
OCALA HEIGHTS DAIRY

FULLER & AYER
DENTISTS

office.

...
Commodore Goodwin, who with his
party arrived at Woodmar Monday
afternoon, was greeting his Ocala
friends today. The commodore is as
hale and genial as ever, and is glad
to be back in Florida. He was ac accompanied
companied accompanied by his son and chum, Mor Mortimer.
timer. Mortimer. Mrs. Captain Willard and her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. Grace Willard Robinson of
Weirsdale were in the city today.
Miss Adele nittinger left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for a visit to' Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Wynne at Eastlake.
'
Prof, and Mrs. Karl J. Weihe, who
have been spending several weeks
with Mr. Weihe's parents, left Mon Monday
day Monday for their home in Jacksonville.

Telephone, 154

DlU V. IC. LATE

Six reels and amateurs Temple Fri Friday
day Friday night. 1-13-ltd

Mr. J. M. Corley of Jacksonville, spe special
cial special agent for the Southern States In Insurance
surance Insurance Company, was in town today
on btisiness with the local agents,
Messrs. Muncaster & Bell. Mr. Corley
complimented this agency on the nice
volume fo business it has done.

Specialist Eye, Ear, Xose and Throat
Office, Law Library Bldg, Ccala Ad.

DHKSSMAKIXO

A fine line or guns, ammunition,
hunting coats and leggings at the Ma Marion
rion Marion Hardware Company. Ad.

An elegant line of rings, bracelets
and pins at Burnett's. Ad.

T. M. Dozier, general agent of the
Seaboard Air Line, ha? gone to Ocala.
where he will be for several days on
important transportation matters.
Tampa Tribune.

Ladies, we are now prepared to do
dressmaking in the latest up-to-date
fashion.. Call and see us at the Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia House, Room Xo. 9. 1-14-1 2t

MOOSE WEEKLY .MEETING

The members of the Moose should
he sure, to attend their lodge meeting
Thursday evening. Important matters
aiv to be reported and voted on.

Six reels and amateurs Temple Fri Friday
day Friday night. 1-15-ltd

W. C. Jordan of Ocala was here Sun Sunday
day Sunday with relatives. Accompanying Mr.
Jordan was Thomas Proctor, who al always
ways always t-njoys his visits to Florida's
biggest interior city. Gainesville Sun.

AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE
For sale cheap for cash, a 40-hp.
Jackson touring car, fully equipped
and recently overhauled and put in
thorough rtpair in every respect. A
big bargain in a fine car. R. B. Meffert,
Ocala, Fla. Ad. 12-17-tf

AMUSEMENTS

HORSES

A

ND MUL

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 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 you need, I have them.

JHL. J. NICHOLS
LIVE STOCK DEALER OCALA, FLORIDA

Order a China Dinner or Breakfas
Set with your Initial on same.
' SEE WINDOW

LOST A gold lavaliere and chain.
Lost somewhere on square Tuesday af af-terroon.
terroon. af-terroon. Finder will he re war led by

Ip'ivirn -'.iTevit this office.

"i

Mr. H. S. Chambers

a.

famous rfcim

10 i lbs. Meal or Grits.
14 lbs. Whole Kice

La: ire Bucket Snowdrift JjJl.lO

Pure Home Made Lard pr can. ,30c
Sweet Potatoes per peck 20c
Cream of Wheat 13c

,$even Bars Lent Soap. . . . .:23c
j&lbs. While House Coffee $1.03
Slv Bars Export Borax Soap 23c

has bought the

auto. Prince Albert,

from tJuj? Ocala Ga Kngine Works.
U .t .1 T, .-i ; v. . ,1 o.1 Kri rrh ton.-, .1 11,.

i J , r,k ,mr'rV .r i- Cans Sunbeam Salmon 33c
and -i mends t break some records.. ... , .....

The Piekerts had another good
crowd out at the Temple last night.
"Ishmael" was the piece, and it was
well played. The Piekerts always
give the people a good show for their
money, and almost always have a good
house, particularly where they, are
known. The young ladies are as
charming as ever, and seem to have
found the fountain of youth some somewhere
where somewhere in south Florida. They never
grow any older or lose any of their

-c htower to charn.. They are giving the

$1.00jveiy matinee p'ay "Robinson Crusoe"

as the Star goes to press. "The
Uanker, the Thief and the Girl" will
be the play tonight. It is a most in interesting
teresting interesting piece, full of excitment, in intrigue
trigue intrigue and not a little fun. and winds
up happily.

H

no cnancea wiin a pain in ioe cou
Every case of consumption began wit a Uxat
fiyzsptom. Stop It at once with

alSard's

ofhynd Syrup

It is a Fine Healing Remedy for
Sore Lungs, Coughs and
Hoarseness.
It promptly checks Inflammation, relaxes tightness, clears th
air passages, restores tone and strength to the bronchial tubes.
Helieves hoarseness, irritating coughs, tickling sensations in the
throat; removes congestion and enables the patient to breathe
easily and rest comfortably at night.
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per Bottls.
Buy the $1.00 size. It contains five times as much
as the 25c size, and you get with each bottle a Dr.
Ilerrick's Red Pepper porous plaster for the chest.
JLKES F. BALLARD FR0?rcETC3 ST. LOUIS, 113.
Stephens Eye Salre 1 a afe and speedy remedy for Sore Eye.

tl.L. DRUGGIST

SMITH'S BARGAINS

2 Cans ?2-lb. Ocean Gem Salmon. 23c

with li- tclt? like a pocket-

comet when it moves.

.,5zi;i Pkgs. Jello or Ice Cream rwdi .23c
' !; Cans Hominy 23c

A

If a man is as sood as
thinks ;; ought to he. St.
open wide the pearly irates
sees hin coming.

2 Cans Sunbeam Shrimp. 23c

l-lb. Ikg. Sunbeam Soda
13 Pksrs. Sunbeam 3Iince Meat.

o

i

BUMWE

his- wife

whf n S Pkg. Sunbeam Corn I lakes. .23c
"Ml Ikr. Sunbeam Oatmeal 10c
il liottle Sunbeam Boiled Cider. .33c

THE JEWELER
Ocala, Florida

Many a man who let his wife set up
and light the fire every morning of her
life shows his appreciation by erect'ng
a ?10 tombstone to her memory.

U-lb Van Houten's Cocoa.
12-Ib. Van Houten's Cocoa.

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

i
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, onj

the American and European Pi a us.
American Plan, J2 per day and up. European Plan, $1.00 per day and up.
Special "Weekly Rates.
Churchill & Co.

. . 45c

II lb. Van Houten's Cocoa 83c

2 Iiots. 10c Size Lemon Extract. 15c

'2 Bot. 10c Size Vanila Kxtract. .15cj

j 1 1 Jot. 23c. Size Lemoa Extract . 20c
il IJot. 23c. Size Vanila Extract.. 20c
il lb. Cracker Poy Coffee 30c
1 lb. AYhite House Coffee 40c
2 lb. Wliite House Coffee 75c
l Glass Ceachnut Bacon 33c
1 Class Beaclinut Beef 35c
1 Can Beaclmut Beans 10c
ilieachnut Peanut Butter 10c 13c 23c

Beachnut i-pint Catsup 15c

Fine Cutlery. Knives of an Kinds, 1 .Beachnut Apple Jelly 13c
scissor of aii kind-, thp s,- of 1m. Beachnut Grape Jelly 20c

nfirtP.l nn.i ,t,-irtipstf'- fp1 at m nftor- Beachnut Quince,

D ATI TIT'S PROPHTIACTIC FLUID
is a marvelous household remedy. It
cures cramp colic instantly. Corrects
nauseated stomach, heals cuts, wounds
and sores on the surface of the body
and destroys germs in the sick room.
It is used internally and externally.
Trice 50 cents per bottle. Sold by all
druggists. Adv.

There is certain to be a big crowd
at the Temple tomorrow night to see
"School Days." This is a very bright
play, with not only something but a
great deal for everybody. It is full o

c ', fun and charming situations. Several

people in .Ocala have already seen it,
and all of them are going to see it
again.
of the moving pictures of wild
animals and junglex life are made to
order, with zoo fauna and any old
scenery that happens to be in the vi-

icinity. Itainey s Arriean pictures,
! which will be at the Temple for two

hours and ten minutes each Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon and evening, are quite
a different proposition. They were
taken from the real thing bT the
African explorer, Paul J. Rainey, who
has extensively traveled In the dark
continent, and backed his moving pic picture
ture picture machine up with ri.ies. It will be
a most educational entertainment, and
all should see it.

Boll Top Desk 522.00
$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 3Iis.ion 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.

ASEPTIC BARBERSHOP

Back of Marcus Frank's

ate prices, at the

! C o m p a n y Adv.

Marion Hardware

Bed Currant

and Grape (.'ndividual size).. 10c

Beachnut Cranberry Sauce 23c

EGGS FOR SALE

Barred Plymouth .Rock and Indian!
Runner duck eggs, ?1 per setting. IL j
S. Wesson, Ocala. 1-13

For first class automobile service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No. i
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.

GARN-THOIWAS
CO,

PHOXE 163

Everybody expects a series of good
laughs when "llaby Mine" appears at
the Temple next Wednesday evening,
Jan. 22. It is one of the most confirm confirmed
ed confirmed grouch-killers on the road.
It has at last been definitely settled
that "The Climax" will be here at the
Temple Friday evening. Feb. 23th.
Judging1 from all we hear of it, it is a
Srst-elass play. A number of Ocala

people have already seen it in other
places, and all say St is as good as

there is on the road.

W. G. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
OX APPLICATION
P. O. BOX 46 OCALA. FLA.
HAVE VOIR CAR PAIXTED

This magnifficent new shop is
now open for business. The
best equipped shop in the city.
Through sanitary, modem in
every respect. Hot and Cold
running water.
"First Class Workmen"
V. C. DETTERICH, Prop.

Harrington Hall Hotel

i. A. M0E

General Commission Merchant
and Dealer in
FRUITS And PRODUCE

DR. D. M. BONET
OPTOMETRIST
UYCSIGIIT SPECIALIST

.

: '- j
r J

Special attention given to out (
toHB ftbipplngr orders. Fresh a fork al al-vva
vva al-vva j on hand. Telephone 209. Next
door north of Florida Aato Sales Co.,
Vorth Magmolla street, Oeala, Fla;

Optometry Office and Laboratory
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 4:20 p. m.
Rooms 2-6 Gary Building. Ocala, Fla.

EDWARD DRAKE
CIVIL ENGINEER,
DRAUGIITS3IAX
AND CONTRACTOR
Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands sur surveyed
veyed surveyed and platted. C:ose estimates
made on erection of buildings of any
character by contract or on a com commission
mission commission basis. Write or consult me at
Northwest Corner Ocala House Block
OCALA- FLORIDA



OCALA EVEXISG STAR, WEDNESDAY,' JAXX'ARl" 13, 1913

I Am vr i o rrove

I Can Cure You

To That End I Am Giving Away $10,000
Worth of Medicine

In order to show beyond all doubt
that I am in possession of a medicine
that will cure kidney trouble, bladder
trouble or rheumatism, I will this year
give away ten tnousand dollars' worth
of this medicine, and anyone suffering
from these diseases can grt a box of it
absolutely free. All that la necessary f3
to isend me your address.
I don't mean that you am to use a
part of It or all of it and pay me if
cured. I mean that I will s-nd you a
box of this nvdieine absolutely free of
charge, a gift from me to ihe Uric Acid
sufferers 01 the world, so I can show
them where and how they may be eurt-d.
I will net exptct payment for this frt.'
medicine, nor would I accent It now or
later it' you tsent it- It is free in the real
mi uning of the word.
For twenty-five years a quarter of a
century I have been trying to convince
the public UiHt I have something genu genuine,
ine, genuine, something better than others have
for the cure of Ftubborn, chronic rheu rheumatism,
matism, rheumatism, for torturing kidney back icoe,
for annoying culls to urinate. But it .is
hard to convince people they try a few
things unsuccessfully nd give up oil
hope and refuse to listen to anyone
thereafter. Happily, I am in a position
now to demonstrate to sufferers at my
own expense that I have a medicine that
cures these diseases. 1 don t ask them
to spend any money to find out ; I don't
ask them to believe me; nor even to take
the word of reliable people, tut all I
ask is that they allow me to send thern
the medicine at my own cost. That is
surely fair.
To th!s end I have set aside ten thou thousand
sand thousand dollars, which will be tis-d to com compound
pound compound my medicine. Much of it Is ready
now to be sent out, all of it fresh and
standard. There will be enough for all
sufferers, though there be thousands of
them. And anyone who needs it can
jret some of it free. But in order that
I shall know that you have a disease
for which this medicine is intended, I
ask you to send me some of your leading
symptoms. If you have any of the symp symptoms
toms symptoms in the list printed here you need
my medicine and if you will write me
X will gladly send you a box of it free
with full directions for your use. Look
the symptoms over, see which symptoms
you have, then write me about as fol follows:
lows: follows: "Dear Dr., I notice symptoms
number" here put down the numbers,
give your age, full address, and send it
to me. Mv address Is Dr. T. Frank
Lynott, 9169Deagan Bldg., Chicago, 111.
The ten thousand dollars I am spend spending
ing spending for the compounding of my medi medicine
cine medicine is only a part of the money I am
devoting to this cause, for the package
of medicine I send yau will be fully pre prepaid
paid prepaid at my expense. From any stand standpoint
point standpoint you view it, TOTT hvrnr no expense
or obligation. Just tH others who you
knoT are suffering who sent you the
medicine that cured you.
I am promising to give away ten thou thousand
sand thousand dollars' worth of medicine, and I

" .- f.'

"IT " iiiim in' m i ii

DR. T. FRANK LYNOTT

who giving away $10,000 worth of medicine.
will do that; I am promising to send
any sufferer who writes me a box of
this medicine and full directions free of
charge, and I will do that. I can say
further that this medicine has been
vouched for according to law as comply complying
ing complying in every detail with all requirements.
It will stop rheumatism, it will stop pain
and backache, it will stop too frequent
desire to urinate ; it will heal, soothe
and strengthen. You will be better in
every way for having taken it. There
is not an Insrredient that can iniure:

jnot one but will benefit All that I ask

is mat you use it yourseii so mat you
may be personally convinced.
Owing to the large number of re requests,
quests, requests, I have had ten thousand more
copies of my medical book printed. This
book is new and up to date and contains
complete descriptions, symptoms, causes,
effects and cures of kidney, bladder and
rneumatic diseases. All who write for
the free medicine will be sent a copy of
this grand illustrated medical book the
largest ever written on these diseases
for free and general distribution.
If you need medicine such as I have,
if you are anxious to be cured and don't
want to spend an money LOOKING for
cures, write me. Read the symptoms
over and let me hear from you today.

ii

These Are the Symptoms :
I Pain In the back.
a Too fr-qn-nt lelre to urinate.
3 Hiirnintr or obstruction of urine.
4 I'uiii or sorenews In the bladder.
I'roftaflc trouble.
tJ-fias or pain in the stomach.
7- ;t-ii-rl (lebllity.wenknesM.rilzzlneea.
8 or HoreueriH under right rlh.
'.) Swelling In any pttrt of the body.
lO C on.-ilipsition or liver trouble.
1 1 I;iipintlon or pain under the hetrt.
1 i J'iiin in ilie till) joint.
Jj;iti in hn nt k or head.
1 l S'fllu or NrciMw in the kidneys.
1 f'iiiu or s.v llinjc of the Join In.
!tfa", or swelUni? of the miiMcles.
I'a:o :itl Horeness In nervea.
1H Aciik' or chronic rheumatism.

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He will be in pur widow Demonstrat Demonstrating
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From 3:30 to 5:30 P. M.
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stration, Demonstration, he will give you a $5.00
Style Durham Duplex Razor
For 35 cents

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HIS RISE
TO
POWER
By HENRY RUSSELL MILLER.
Author of
"The Man Higher Up"

fopFright. 191 1, by tbe Bobbs-Merrlll
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CHAPTER 111.
Sunset.
BUTLER answered John"?
rin and on inquiry inff-nuvu
him that the ladies of the
Hampden family were not at

IlOLUf.

"Will you wait, sir?"
."N-." And John turned away. Tie
wn!l d out into the country across the
hiM: e at the confluence of North
I'.rai -h Mid cith Branch, where risei
Irai t's Knoli. He fallowed the path
that leads. corks rew fashion, to the
( rest of the k:;ob. and there, in the
thick of the shade of a biff walnut,
leaning ajeainst an old bowlder that
had rowncd the knob longer than John
could remember, sat the object of his

quest.
He had an instant to look at her be before
fore before she observed him. and smilingly
lie availed himself of it. And very
charrainf. very alluring she was tu his
eyes in her light summery gown and
the big. soft leghorn hat with its flow flowers
ers flowers and leaves dancing in the breeze.
An open book lay in her lap, but she
was not reading. Through half closed
eyes she was gazing dreamily at the
hills that marched away into the blue
distance.
He took a step toward her. She
heard him and looked up.
"Hello!" he said.
"Good afternoon." Her salutation
was very cool indeed.
"Of course if you don't want me to
stay"-
"It isn't my hill."
ne laughed outright. "Her tactics
never wary, it seems," he remark -d.
"Effective, though. Queer, isn't it.
how attractive a girl becomes when
she puts on that frigid, speak to me p
you dare manner?"
"You were very stupid not to know
me the other day."
"But I remembered you"
"You mean you forgot all about me."
"as an impudent, long legged, frec freckled
kled freckled tomboy with red hair while you"
Tie paused deliberately.
"My hair was never red." she replied
coldly.
Suddenly the clouds broke away. She
returned to him with a laugh. "Oh. 1
can't keep it up. But where did you
get your courage? You weren't nearly
so brave the other morning. I've been
here six days. Why haven't you come
to see me?" she demanded
"Well, you see." he began lamely to
explain. "I've had a good many impor important
tant important things to think about and"
"And I was neither important nor in interesting.
teresting. interesting. You need practice, I see."
"But you are."
"You really find me interesting?
You know. I've worked hard, very
hard, to earn the involuntary, generous
compliment I am about to receive."
"I do surprisingly so." he responded
promptly.
"Yon needn't be so surprised." she re retorted.
torted. retorted. "I was always rather present presentable
able presentable in spite of the freckles, only you
wouldn't condescend to notice it. You
didn't like me."
"But yoxi were such a pesky little
nuisance, you know. Let me see," he
added reflectively, "that was yes, it's
been ten years since I last saw you.
Not counting the other morning, of
course."
"No, eight," she corrected him. "You
saw" me after the big game, the time
you saved the day. You walked right
by me. looking straight into my eyes,
and never recognized me. You were
too anxious to reach Adele Whitting Whitting-ton
ton Whitting-ton and be made a hero of by her. She
was as proud as as I'd have been if
I'd had the chance to exhibit you."
"How is Adele?"
"Oh, she's dreading thirty, is fighting
down a tendency to fat, has begun to
paint and often asks about you. Are
you still in love with her? And am I a
cat to talk so about her? And has she
had many successors?"
"No to all three questions. She gave
me a bad three months, though."
"I'm glad of it," she declared venge venge-fully.
fully. venge-fully. "Didn't you know I was terribly
in love with you? That's what made
me such a pesky little nuisance. Oh.
you needn't look so shocked since it
was only calf love and I have quite re recovered.
covered. recovered. Quite!"
So while the golden afternoon waned
they exchanged pleasant nonsense. His
spirits rose unaccountably. He was
very boyish, very gay. Sometimes they
rose to half serious discussion that
skipped ligbtly and indaciously about
from peak to peak of human knowl knowledge.
edge. knowledge. She had traveled much with her
father, who. it appeared, had "really
learned how to travel." having to make
the most of his limited leisure. She

knew places not starred in Baedeker Baedeker-quaint,
quaint, Baedeker-quaint, obscure corners of the earth,
full of color. John helped out this part
of the talk with questions more or less
intelligent. She was pleased to com commend
mend commend his interest.
"One could almost believe you had
been there. You would enjoy these
places, I know. Not every one does.
I'd love to visit, not do, them with you
sometime."
"I'd f.ke to very much. But," he an-

swerea simpiy. "i-m arraia it win oe a
long, long time before 1 can afford it"
She turned and surveyed him thought thoughtfully.
fully. thoughtfully. "Now. I like that the way you
said it, I mean. You speak of it in
such a matter of fact way. as though
the lack or possession of money were
really of no great importance to you."
"It slipped out," he confessed. "I
don't like to seem to pose. I make
enough for my immediate needs, of
course, and some day I expect to have
more though not. wealth as you prob probably
ably probably measure it."
"I'm not sure whether it is really
important to me. I do not like the
things it buys. But even more I like
to think of the power it represents.
It's that and the game of getting it
that makes men want money In large
quantities. Don't you think so?"
He remembered certain rumors he
had heard concerning Stephen Canip
den's rise to wealth and he put a guard
upon his lips.
"I don't know much about it, I fear,"
which was entirely true. "After col college
lege college I went to law school, then settled
here. The family name and father'
being a judge helied me to a quick
start, 1 suppose. Since then I have
done about as well as the average
young lawyer in a small town. That
is all. It is very commonplace."
"That doesn't explain why you are
wanted by a whole county. It's your
chance to escape the commonplace,
isn't it? Popularity means power and
power is splendid always I'm primi primitive,
tive, primitive, you see. I would use it, revel
in it, make it lift me into the high
places. Dad sdys every one believes
you have a big future. Which is good
evidence that you have a big future,
isn't it?"
"The wisdom of twenty-three!" he
lauched.
ROCHELLE

Rochelle, Jan. 8. Misses Alice and
Maurice Pulliam and Wynona Rou re returned
turned returned to their homes in Reddick after
a few days stay with their aunt, Mrs.
L. R. Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Smith and child children,
ren, children, Everett, Roy, W. P. and Mary,
spent Christmas with Mrs. Smith's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Shettlesworth of
Evinston.
Mrs. K. R. Turner and children spent
several days in Umatilla with the for former's
mer's former's mother.
Miss Beulah Thomas returned home
last week after two weeks stay with
her sister, Mrs. Frank Hogan near
Micanopy.
Hallie, the three-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Tillman, is suffering with
a broken collarbone. He is getting
along as nicely as could be expected.
Mrs. E. P. Hayes and little daughter,
Nina, of Jacksonville, are visiting the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. "W.
Roberts.

HOW'S TIIIS

We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
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lieve believe him perfectly honorable in all
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National Bank of Commerce, Toledo, O.
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Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa constipation.
tion. constipation. Adv.

COTTAGE FOIt SALE
Four rooms with closet and pantry;
good location; city water, electric
lights, sewer pool, cement walks In
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lin, Collin, City. 1-2

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To warn people of a fearful forest
fire In the Catskills a young girl rode
horseback at midnight and saved
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but lives are often saved by Dr. King's
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coughs and colds, which might have
ended in consumption or pneumonia.
"It cured me of a dreadful cough and
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our family had died with consumption,
and I gained 87 pounds." Nothing so
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MAX LOST

Stanley Szymaniak is trying to lo
cate his father, John Szymaniak. Last
seen on November 30th, between Oka Oka-humpkee
humpkee Oka-humpkee and Leesburg. Is 5 feet 8
inches tall, gray hair and mustache,
weight about 180 pounds. Please
notify his son at Brooksville if you
know of his whereabouts.

FEVER SORE
Fever sores and old chronic sores
should not be healed entirely, but
should be kept in healthy condition.
This can be done by applying Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Salve. This salve has no
superior for this purpose. It is also
most excellent for chapped hands,
sore nipples, burns and diseases of the
skin. For sale by all dealers. Adv.

REAL ESTATE LOAXS WANTED
Parties with money to loan can get
into communication v ith demand for
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Everybody is liable to "catch cold"
but those who give a cold proper at attention
tention attention never have serious lung dis diseases.
eases. diseases. It is neglect that makes them
serious. Prudent persons use BAL BAL-LARD
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der Finder please return to C. A. Blalock.

On optimist is a man who lays by a
little sunshine for a rainy day.

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3IARIOX-DUXX 3IASUMC LODGE
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For years J. S. Donahue, So. Haven,
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