The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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FURNISHINGS
For AH of the Homes
III-MIMCO.
THE FURNITURE ISSN
FUMWFURE
AT RIGHT PRICES
Theus-Zachry Co.
VOL. 19.
OGALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1913
NO. 222

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Lightness and Flavor

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u the loIn:? Day of

Noticed in the finest biscuit, rolls, cake,
etc, is due to the absolute purity and
the accurate combination of the ingre ingredients
dients ingredients of the Royal Baking Powder.
The best things in cookery are always
made and can be most readily made
with the Royal Baking Powder. Hence
its use is demanded in the most cele celebrated
brated celebrated restaurants, in the homes of the
people, wherever delicious, wholesome
food is appreciated. Its sale and use
extend to every civilized country in
the world.

The only
Baking Powder
made from
Royal Grape
Cream of Tartar

NO ALUM
NO LIME PHOSPHATES

PEDRO
Pedro, Feb. 12. The farmers were
Rlad to see the rain last week as they
were needing rain for their crops.
Miss Jnnie May Perry, one of our
young jThocl teachers, who has been
teaching at Fantville for the past few
months, has returned home to spend
her vacation .with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. It. J. Perry.
Miss Eertha Snow was in the Pri.k
City Saturday shopping'.
Miss Nellie Olybarn of ,Sunimerfield
was visiting the Misses Snow thi.-s
week.
Miss Cora Drivers is visiting Misses
Lena and Ruby Perry this week.
Miss Mary Snow and Mr. Paul Foland
were visiting: at Summerfleld Sunday.

Misses Susie Monroe, Girtie Nichols
and Flossie Linderman were Leroy
callers Saturday.
Mrs. W. W. Thompson and son, Mr.
W. If. Thompson. were in Pelleview
Su nday.

Mr. Willie Hood
Crumpton of Oo;ila
len- and Henrietta
Miss Ituby Perry
Fri.lay afternoon to
urilsy. Mr. Oneal
luck Sunday.
T)i ere is to lo :
Pedro sehol hore
erybody come.
Miss Ida Foland

crowd of iter Ocala. friends Sunday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon to visit her parents.

and Mr. Herbert
visaed Misses Al Al-I
I Al-I V; ry l ist Sunday.
.vent to Oxford
be at a party Sat-o.-le
brought her
aw supper at
Friday nisiit. Kv-

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A Food Made of Wheat, Corn
and Rice.
A Nutritious Breakfast Food
for Little Folks and Grown ups
as Well.
Directions on Each Package,
for Porridge, Fried Mush and
Griddle Cakes.
This Food was First Served to
Guests at the POST TAVERN, Being
Well Received, it is Now Made
for the General Public, in 10c
and 15c Packages.

0. K. Tea Pol 'GFoeery
OCALA, Phones 16-174 FLORIDA

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As we employ none but expert we are la position to jniarantee ev every
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winner, whether we secure the contract or not. litre us a trial.
M. W. TUCKER

PORT KING BLOCK

OCALA, FLORIDA

Washington. Ftb. lr. The conges congestion
tion congestion of appropriation bills in the
ilou.se has put democratic lea lers to
urging- a sweeping reform in i he ap appropriation
propriation appropriation system and seeking a way
of extricating the House from its
present position without making a re record
cord record of expenditures.
With half a dozen of the main ap appropriation
propriation appropriation measures piled up for ac action
tion action and the asKreg'ate of appropria appropriations
tions appropriations tiireateenin to run far over the
billion mark, the leaders find two plans
available. Either the appropriation
bills, as framed, witli their vastly in increased
creased increased totals, must be rushed through
in the few remaining days of the ses

sion, or the House must go on record

as being unable to complete its worK,
ar.l allow the appropriation bills to

o o-f r until the special session.

Neither course is taken as fully agree

able.

In the face of this dilemma, the

leaders are demanding that before
tiie next house settles down to make

its appropriations,' a system be evolv

ed to provide for the division of availa

ble public funds to the various pur

poses for which money must be ex expended.
pended. expended. Representative Fitzgerald,
chairman of the appropriation com

mittee; Representative Sherley of
Kentucky, former Speaker Cannon and
Minority Leader Mann are among
those who insist that reform is nec necessary.
essary. necessary. May Itewort to Itiidget Plan
Representative Sherley is the author
of a resolution to place all the money
to be appropriated by Congress under
the control of a special "budget com committee,"
mittee," committee," which would apportion the
funds to the various appropriating
committees.
The economy advocates on the dem democratic
ocratic democratic side of the House were active
today in their criticism of the general
plan of appropriations, but they made
the $146,000,000 naval appropriation
bill their special object of attack.
Opponents of a large navy, follow following
ing following a series of conferences, were pre prepared
pared prepared to attack the two-battleship
provision of the bill, anil there were
many threats of filibusters to prevent
tiie passage of the bill at this session.

!H.ltl) OF PUBLIC IXSTIUX'TION

Ocala. Fla., Tuesday, Feb. 4, 1913.
The board of public instruction in
and for Marion county met in regular
session in the usual place with Messrs.
15. U. JJlitch and J. S. Grantham, mem members,
bers, members, present. Mr. Grantham acted as
chairman pro tern.
(1. G. James, supervisor of the Mount
Tabor colored school, called and made
request that the remaining $32 of the
district appropriation for the year of
the Kendrick district for their benefit
be allowed to apply upon the salary of
their teacher for an extra month pro

viding the patrons would make up the
remaining $3 in order to pay $35 per
month for the teacher. The request
was granted.
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved.
As the board at the last meeting ad adjourned
journed adjourned to meet on Monday to hear the
particulars of complaint against the
teacher of' the Evergreen school the
superintendent reported the particulars
of the case as they had developed and
upon which the chairman and secre secretary
tary secretary saw that there was nothing for
the board to consider so the meeting
was withdrawn.
At this time Mr. W. D. Carn, the reg regular
ular regular chairman, came and occupied the
chair.

The superintendent reported that
the Blitehton school had been discon discontinued
tinued discontinued for the present owing to the
generally unsatisfactory condition of
same.
Jos. L. Wiley, principal of Fessen-

den Academy, called and invited the
board as a body to make the usual an annual
nual annual visit at such time as they may
select and it was agreed to go on Mon Monday
day Monday before the regular meeting day in
March.
Mr. George Carlton of Sparr called
with J. C. James, supervisor of the
Black Sink school, and made request
that the salary for the teacher be
changed from $23 to $35 per month as
they had not had any school during
the last school year and they had a
teacher giving excellent satisfaction in.
the person of H .11. Williams. The re request
quest request was granted.
The board adjourned to- 1:30 for noon.
Tuewday Afternoon
Mr. W. J. Crosby, one of the trustees
of the Citra, school, called and made a
statement with reference to the gen general
eral general condition of their school and the
work being done. It was requested
that the Citra school be allowed the
unused appropriation for the Andalusia
school since the children from that
school were attending the Citra school
since the former had been discon discontinued.
tinued. discontinued. There was also a request from
Mr. C. W. Driver, one of the trustees,

for an additional teacher which was
refused. Also it was decided not to
increase the salaries of either of the
teachers. It was agreed in the mat

ter of a request for one McConnell's
complete chart and one McConnell's
arithmetic chart to purchase these

from district funds and in the matter
of the request for a recitation seat for
the primary room and seven desks, to

furnish these from county funds.

A request was presented from the

Itomeu school for one dozen desks and

some blackboard. Same was granted.

A request from A. S. Lambert, one of

the trustees of the Sparr school, that
their school be allowed to run on
month longer than the time contracted

for was presented and discussed and
the board decide.! that as the finances

of the district were exhausted in the

erection of the new building and run running
ning running the one extra month agreed upon,

that they would not run more than the
seven months contracted for.
A communication from a Chicago
banking house with reference to a pos possible
sible possible loan was presented in which
they said they would not care to con consider
sider consider a loan of so small an amount as
$3000 but would possibly consider 1 10. 10.-000.
000. 10.-000. The secretary was directed to
write them asking for propositions for
from $3000 to $10,000.

due on a bill of apparatus for the
scientific work of the Ocala school
was presented and it was agreed to
pay it.
A request was presented from the
Pedro school to pay the present teach teacher
er teacher $30 per month since one of the
teachers had been discontinued since
the Christmas holidays and the work
increased thereby. The request was
granted.
A communication from the Roper
Farm colored school was presented
stating that the school had to be
suspended on account of the illness of
the teacher in charge and would n&t
be able to resume for some time. It
was ordered closed for the term.
The notice of application for the
calling of an election in the Homeland
neighborhood having been duly pub published
lished published in the Ocala Weekly Star and a
publishers' affidavit to this effect sub submitted
mitted submitted it was ordered that an election
be called to be held on Tuesday, March
18. 1913, for the purpose of determin determining
ing determining whether or not the described ter territory
ritory territory should be created into a special
tax school district, to elect three suit suitable
able suitable persons to serve as trustees of said
district until April 12. 1914, and to de determine
termine determine the rate of millage to be as assessed
sessed assessed not to exceed three mills and
the boundaries of said proposed dis district
trict district to be as follows: Beginning at the
ne cor of the nw; of 18-15-20, thence
w to the nw cor of 14-15-19, thence s
to the se cor of 9-15-19, thence w to
the nw cor of 16-15-19. thence s to the
sw cor of 33-15-19, thence e to the se
cor of 6-16-20, thence n to the ne cor
of 31-15-20. thence w to the sw cor of
the seli of 30-15-20, thence n to p. o. b.
The following are appointed' to con conduct
duct conduct the election: J. B. Trotter, H. R.
Roddenberry and J. F Parker, man managers,
agers, managers, and Leroy Williams, clerk.
A communication was presented from
the supervisor of the Mill Creek
school with reference to the average
reported by the teacher and also two
monthly reports one of which had been
signed by the supervisor but after afterwards
wards afterwards changed and another corres

ponding with the changed one with
the name of the supervisor signed to
it by the teacher. The reports were
ordered sent to the teacher for a com complete
plete complete explanation of the matter.
A communication was presented from
the state superintendent calling atten attention
tion attention of the board to the meeting in
Philadelphia on February 24-28 of the
department of superintendents of the
National Educational Association and
asking that the expenses of the county
superintendent be paid to the meeting,
it was agreed that if the superintend superintendent
ent superintendent could arrange to go the expense of
the trip would be paid.
A communication from the super supervisor
visor supervisor of the Greenwood school was
presented in which the board was no notified
tified notified of the suspension by the teacher
of one of the boys of the school from
attending the school. Also there was
a protest from the father of the boy

presented against the suspension. The
board took no action in live matter as
the pupil was suspended by proper au authority
thority authority and there was no action re

quired upon the part of the board.
The board adjourned for Uie day.
Wednesday Morning;
The board met with all present and
acting.
The reports of the teachers for the
months completed were presented, ex examined
amined examined and the accounts ordered paid.
The poll tax lists with the stubs
from the tax collector's office were
taken up for the months of July, 1912,
and January, 1913, and the months in inclusive,
clusive, inclusive, and checked over and com compared
pared compared with the treasurer's reports for
the time covered and found to be cor correct.
rect. correct. The treasurer's report for the month
of January was presented and showed
the following conditions: For the gen general
eral general county fund, balance and receipts,
$1846.46; disbursements, $1840.06; bal balance,
ance, balance, $6.40. For the districts the fol following
lowing following balances were shown: Ocala,
$11.88; Mcintosh, $1.18; Belleview,
$100.04; Fantville, $37.81; Dunnellon,
$4.08; Reddick, $8.71; Pine Level,
$97.90; Mayville, $37.35; Weirsdale,
$445.45; Citra. $44.78; Griner Farm,
$4.44; Buck Pond, $332.23; Sparr, $1.26;

Candler, $212.48; Fellowship, $102.76;

Electra, $9.21; Blitehton, $142.77; Mar-

tel, $69.11; Fort King. $154.68; Capulet.

$139.20; Linadale, $27.56: Cotton Plant.

$331.39; Orange Lake, $139.39; Oak Hill,
$27.16: Moss Bluff, $29.88; Fairfield.

$99.58: Cottage Hill. $14.25; Charter

Oak, $166.44; Tedro, $18.55; Kendrick,

$32.14; Oklawaha. $3.02; Heidtville.
$391.22; Pleasant Hill, $120.68; Fort

McCoy, $51.61; Anthony, $12.16; Sum Sum-merfield.
merfield. Sum-merfield. $50.57.

No further business appearing the

board adjourned to meet on Monday,

March 3, 1913, for the special purpose
of making an official visit to Fessen Fessen-den
den Fessen-den Academy, prior to the regular

meeting on Tuesday. March 4, 1913.

J. H. Brinson, Secretary.

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People of Mexico See in the United
States Their Only Hope of an
Early Peace

Mexico City, Mexico, Feb. 15. The
end of the civil war in this city be between
tween between the forces of President Madero
and the rebels commanded by General
Felix Diaz, was apparently as far off
as ever last night, after twelve hours
of fighting which began at 6 o'clock
in the morning.
Early in the morning President Ma Madero
dero Madero sent a message to Diaz demand demanding
ing demanding his surrender. Diaz's reply was a
furious cannonade directed at the fed federals'
erals' federals' positions.
Later in the morning Diaz sent a
courier .o United States Ambassador
"Wilson, asking that his army be
granted recognition as belligerents by

the United States government, claim

ing that he had control of the city.
The ambassador's reply was rather
caustic. He stated that while Diaz
might see it that way as a military
man, he (Wilson) not being military
saw things differently, and also that
he had from President Madero assur assurance
ance assurance that the federal troops were in
control.
The people, terror-stricken by the
daily battling in the streets, are feel feeling
ing feeling differently about intervention.

There are many who are open in their

assertions that intervention by the
United States would be welcome.
There is no way of arriving at the
number of killed and wounded who
have fallen during the several days'
fighting. Many non-combatants have
been numbered among the victims.

GOVERNMENT LOSING GROUND

Ambassador Wilson Reports no Dapjcer
So Far to Americans
Washington, Feb. 15. Dispatches
from Ambassador Wilson in Mexico
last night state that Americans are
not in danger. The American Club
was badly damaged yesterday, but
there was no loss of life. Yesterday's
fighting ended in Diaz' favor. Madero
repulsed at the arsenal, retired to the
palace. The revolutionists are slowly
closing in on them. The bodies of
those killed remain in the streets today.

IN TRO L II LE AG AIN
NEVER SEEMS TO ME OUT

Savannah, Feb. 14. James O. Will Williams,
iams, Williams, a man with a prison record, who
has twice been adjudged insane, was
again committed to jail on a lunacy
warrant yesterday. Violating tthe law
and then turning up crazy seems to
have become a habit with Williams.
This time he will escape punishment
for cheating and swindling. S'xteen

years ago, according to Dr. Alexander
Williams was adjudged insane at
Reidsville. While out on a furlough
he went to Miami, Fla., and while there
he killed a man. He was tried and
convicted of murder and sentenced to
life imprisonment. After serving about
two years he was pardoned and he re returned
turned returned to Georgia. He kept out of
trouble until last August, when he
came down to Savannah and got ar arrested
rested arrested again for lunacy.

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
suit.
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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Are Showing for Spring 1913
An Exquisite Line of
Ladles9 i -Piece Dresses
In White and Fancy Serges
A Full Assortment of
Ladies' Muslin Underwear
Also Embroideries, Laces and White Goods
Specially Low Prices
The Latest Styles in
Ladies' Footwear
Made by Wichert & Gardiner
Queen Qualify
An Inspection of the Above Lines
: : : : Invited : : : :

helnauep & Co.,
Ocala : : : Florida

OXLY CAUSE FOR INTERVENTION

Deliberate Warfare on Americans by
Adherent! of Metlor or Diaz
Washington, Feb. 15. Mr. Taft has
informed his close advisers that the
only thing that would force interven intervention
tion intervention would be if the Madero or Diaz
forces turned on the Americans simply
because they are Americans or foreigners.

flOO REWARD flOO

The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and

that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is
the only positive cure now known to
the medical fraternity. Catarrh being
constitutional disease, requires a
"onstitutional treatment. Hall's Ca Catarrh
tarrh Catarrh Cure is. taken internally, acting
4'rectly upon the blood and mucous
surfaces of tne system, thereby de destroying
stroying destroying the foundation of the disease,
and giving the patient strength by
huilding up the constitution and assist assist-ins
ins assist-ins nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have jo much faith in its
curative powers that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for any case that it
fails to cure. Send for list of testi testimonials.
monials. testimonials. Address, F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all druggists,
73c. Take Hall's Family PI113 for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. Adv.

CEMETERY WORK
If you have a cemetery lot that needs
attention, see us. Curbings, vases, etc.
Woodmar Sand & Stone Co.
1-28-tf Phone 331.

ARE YOU A COLD SUFFERER?

Take Dr. King's New Discovery. The
best cough, cold, throat and lung med medicine
icine medicine made. Money refunded if it fails
to cure you. Do not hes'tate take It
at our risk. First dose helps. J. R.
Wells, Floydada, Texas, writes: "Dr.
King's New Discovery cured my terri terrible
ble terrible cough and cold. I gained 15
pounds." Buy it at Tydings & Co. Ad.

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.
Ocaia Star, Ocala, Fla.

ADVANCE STYLES IN SHOES

I have received and have now on
display some handsome new advance
styles in men's low-quarter shoes in
patent leather, gun metal, tan and

Russia calf, in the four and five five-dollar
dollar five-dollar grades. Quality, style and fit
guaranteed. Little's Shoe Parlor.
"Where you buy shoes that fit and
benefit" 1-17-tf dw

MOTHERS CAN SAFELY BUY

Dr. King's New Discovery and give It
to the little ones when ailing and suf

fering with colds, coughs, throat or
lung troubles, tastes nice, harmless,
once used, always used. Mrs. Bruce
Crawford, Niagara, Mo. writes: "Dr.
King's New Discovery changed our boy
from a pale weak sick boy to the pic picture
ture picture of health." Always helps. Buy It
at Tydings & Co. Ad.

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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
enamelled with little or no
brass trimmings, then there
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.

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McIVER & McKAY
THE FURNITURE AfJD HOUSE FURNISHINGS STORE

NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS

Notice is hereby given that the reg regular
ular regular annual meeting of the stockhold stockholders
ers stockholders of the Ocala Water Company will
be held in the city of Ocala, on Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, the 8th day of March, A. D. 1313,
for the election of officers and such
other business as may be brought be before
fore before it. J. A. Campbell, Secretary.

13V Y SOON OK BE SORRY

Prices of 'all unsold lake front lots
at Lake Weir will be advanced Jan January
uary January 15th. R. L. Martin. Merchants'

A request that a balance of J 5.38 j block, Ocala, Fla.

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READTHLS

The Texas Wonder ures xianey 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 youT
druggist, will be sent by mail on re receipt
ceipt receipt of 1. One small bottle la two
months treatment and seldom falls to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials

from this and other states. Dr. E. W.
Hall, 2036 Olive street, SL Louis, Mo.
Sold by all druggists. Ad-

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MAKERS OF

MEN'S AND LADIES' CLOTHES
All Garments Cut and Made in our Suite
of Rooms in the Holder Block. Keep the
Money in Ocala Instead of Sending it Away
We try on all Garments Before they are
Finished. You can see the Inside as Well
as the Outside of Your Coat and Kave it
Fitted to Please you. We Invite you to
Call and Look us Over Before Ordering
Elsewhere. : : : :

"NO FIT, NO PAY

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THAT'S OUR WAY

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Brammer Tailoring Co.
Holder Block, Phone 479, Ocala, Florida

All Clothing Bought From the Brammer
: Tailoring Company Will be Pressed FREE
: for ONE YEAR

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OCJJL1 EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1915

OCALA EVENING STAR

Bittinger & Carroll Proprietors.
It. R. Carroll, Business Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered in the postofflce at Ocala.
Fla., as second class mail matter.
TRANSPORTATION AS
MUCH AS THE TARIFF
Congress must tackle the tariff
problem and Florida Is especially anx anxious
ious anxious about the duty on oranges. Or Oranges
anges Oranges are a luxury and subject to tax,
but I may not agree with my friends
as to the amount of duty, as most of
them are "stand-patters" on this ques
tion. The Florida Fruit Exchange had
done a great work for the industry
and can do greater good without
threatening to leave the democratic
party If the present tariff is reduced.
The Florida orange has no equal in the
world and to my mind the markets
should all be opened to them. The
tariff schedule may be Important, but
transportation rates are equally so.
Get the Florida oranges into our home
markets. When a man or woman with
a discriminating taste gets one, they
will have no other. Dixie.
The Star thinks that if the Florida
orange growers had as good transpor transportation
tation transportation rates as they deserved, the tar tariff,
iff, tariff, one way or another, would trouble
them very little. When a Floridian
has to pay more to send a box of or oranges
anges oranges to Atlanta or Savannah than a
Spaniard has to send a box from Va Valencia
lencia Valencia to New York, there are other
things than custom houses to be con considered.
sidered. considered. PROPER MAN FOR THE PLACE
L. S. Light of Marion county, who
will be among the leaders of the next
legislature, has made a special study
of taxation and assessments and will
have a bill which will correct many of
the existing evils. Florida has long
suffered through a failure of having
good and Just assessment laws. He
should be chairman of this committee
because he understands the subject
and knows the need3 of the state.
Dixie.
Mr. Light doesn't put on much style,
but he is a little giant in figures, de devoted
voted devoted to the people and tremendously
In earnest. It would be a good thing
for the state to put him in the place
named by Dixie.
Some of the papers of the state are
inclined to criticise Governor Tram Tram-mell
mell Tram-mell because one of his brothers has
been appointed superintendent of the
state insane asylum and another has
received a lucrative appointment In
connection with the harbor at Tampa.
The governor's supporters think it
very mean of the 'critics to find fault
with this nice little family arrange arrangement.
ment. arrangement. Miami Herald.
The governor's critics mighr at least
refrain from making out and out un untruthful
truthful untruthful statements about him. He did
not appoint Worth Trammell superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of the state Insane asylum.
Mr. Trammell was elected to that posi position
tion position by the board of officials whose
duty it is to look after it and other
state institutions.
The Palatka Woman's
equal suffrage.
Club favors
Wonder why the Brooksville Star
persists in spelling the name of this
city "O-c-a-l-o"? Doesn't it know any
better, or is it shy on lower-case a's?
Monday is child welfare day, and
the best way for parents to observe it
will be to look closely after the wel welfare
fare welfare of their own children. If they have
any time left over, they can devote it
to children who have no parents, but
they had best let other parents child children
ren children alone.
It is reported from Mexico City that
Madero has resigned.
Americans wire from the city of
Mexico that the movements of our
war vessels and readiness of our land
forces are having a good effect.
Gen. Stewart L Woodford, veteran

publicist and former United States 1 Vdna ana niae irom Slgni ine regret regret-minister
minister regret-minister to Spain, died at his home in ted Past in tne haze of its fragrant
New York Friday. He had been ill for smoke TamPa Times,
more than two wnki. j

The Palatka News gives the follow following
ing following good advice to the orange growers
who threaten to quit the democratic
party: "The democratic party stands
for a tariff for revenue and it ought
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to stand for a good revenue on im imported
ported imported citrus fruits; perhaps if Will Will-lam
lam Will-lam Chase Temple will come down
ofTn his high horse and say to Oscar,
Come, let us reason together,' more
can be accomplished in the way of se securing
curing securing an adequate revenue. He might
in a quiet, matter of fact way, and
pleasantly, show that the orange is a
luxury; that it is produced by farm farmers
ers farmers and that they are having a deucedly
toueh time making end3 meet even

under the present system of protec protection.
tion. protection. He might even argue that the
law or the platform was not made for
the righteous and overworked and
poorly paid farmer, but was intended
as a club to awaken republicans and
sinners to the errors of their way; that
there is a difference between protect protecting
ing protecting a gang of trust magnates who
make the farmer pay dividends of his
watered stocks and the farmer who
j makes these same trust magnates pay
a good, round sum when he squeezes
the juice from an orange."
TH03IAS J. SISTRU.VK
Everybody deeply regrets to hear of
the death of Mr. Thomas J. Sistrunk,
who died very suddenly at his home
near Dlitchton Friday afternoon.
Mr. Sistrunk was one of the most
nrominent citizens of northwestern
Marion. He was over seventy years of
age, tho he had the bearing of a man
a score of years younger. He was an
uncle of Messrs. S. T., Carlos and Hen Henry
ry Henry Sistrunk and S. M. Lummus of
Ocala, and had many friends here
who valued him as a man of sterling
worth. He leaves a large family, and
his death plunges his neighborhood
into mourning-.
Mcl ver and MacKay sent a casket
out to the family residence this morn morning,
ing, morning, and the funeral probably took
place at the Fellowship cemetery this
afternoon.
MRS. GEO.
CHANDLER
Mrs. Geo. L Chandler of 610 Palm
avenue, North Miami, died at 4 o'clock
this morning at the F. E. C. hospital
from an attack of appendicitis. She
was taken ill only last Saturday. She
was removed to the F. E. C. hospital
for an operation last night but the
surgeons Jvvere unable to save her life.
She leav four small daughters, the
eldest twe-e years of age, and a hus husband
band husband to mourn her loss. Mr. Chandler
is the marshal of the town of North
Miami.
The futteral services will be held
tomorrow morning at ten o'clock from
the residence, interment to be made in
the city cemetery. Miami Metropolis,
13th.
THOMAS ENGLEnY
Mr. E. C. Bennett was notified Fri Friday
day Friday of the death of his aged grand grandfather,
father, grandfather, Mr. Thomas Engleby. at his
home at Roanoke, Va. Mr. Engleby
was the father of Mrs. Mary Bennett,
who visited her son and family here
during the holidays, and of Mr. W. R.
Engleby. who some years ago resided
in Ocala and had charge of the electric
light plant.
R. E. WAOGOMAX
R. E. Waggoman of St. Louis, Mo.,
died in this city yesterday morning at
11 o'clock after a prolonged illness.
Funeral arrangements are in charge
of Funeral Director Wm. C. Cooper,
Jr., and will be announced later.
Times-Union.
Mr. Waggoman resided in Ocala for
nearly a year, having been interested
in real state in the northern part of
the county, and had many friends
here who will deeply regret to hear of
his death.
The annual gag that one nas no um umbrella
brella umbrella because it is Lent Is ripe, and It
would be appropriate to pick It today.
OLIVE nRANCH ACCEPTED
The Times editorial writer accepts
with much felicity the tender of the
olive branch from the editor of the
Ocala Evening Star, and would accept
in the same spirit the peace pipe also
had be not unfortunately quit smok smoking;
ing; smoking; but when we meet in the flesh,
which we never have done, we will
make a single exception to the rule
and join him in a genuine Tampa Ha-
ST. PHILLIP'S AID SOCIETY
The St. Phillip's Aid Society will
meet at the Woman's Club rooms
Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. A full
attendance is desired.
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These needs of Ocala are stressed by
President J. E. Chace of the Eoard of
Trade in his cordial invitation to the
citizens of Ocala generally to partic participate
ipate participate in the get-together smoker to be
given Tuesday night. Willis E. Poweil
the "live wire" from Tampa will ar arrive
rive arrive in Ocala Tuesday noon. J. B. Babb
of Birmingham will remain in the city
until after the meeting. President
Chace's invitation is as follows:
"Ocala needs more Marion county
settlers, more industries, more busi business,
ness, business, and Ocala can get them by going
after them. But we must get together,
stay together and pull together.
"There will be a smoker given by the
Board of Trade, Tuesday evening, Feb.
18th, for the purpose of inaugurating
a campaign to bring our people closer
together for the upbuilding of Ocala.
We want you to be at the smoker. We
are inviting the representative citizens
of the community regardless of affil affiliation
iation affiliation with the Board of Trade.
'Do not regard this as a perfunctory
invitation, but as a call in the name of
Ocala. We can make Tuesday night a
turning point in the history of Ocala.
"Won't you help us?
"J. E. Chace.
"President Ocala Board of Trade."
After many months, during which he j
hardly knew "where he was at,' in a
business way, Rollie Keating has at
last straightened out his bar and
wholesale department. The bar, which
is now next to the Harrington office, is
elegantly fitted up and is as handsome
a place as can be found in any city.
The package room and wholesale de department
partment department are next to it, where the
white people's bar used to be, and the
colored bar is in the rear. Neat stalls
will soon be put in for the cafe, which j
will probably be supplied from the ho hotel
tel hotel kitchen. It having been found that
the proximity of the warehouse, which
is only a frame building, would inter interfere
fere interfere with the insurance on the hotel,
the western end of it is being torn
down, and the stock intended for ex express
press express shipment will be kept in the
eastern end, which will be connected
with the main building by a metal
awning and cement walk. Everything
is neat and new and Rollie and his as assistants
sistants assistants are always glad to see their
friends. ";
Mr. Barney Shea, wnn exhibited the
talking pictures at the Air Dome a few
summers ago, is in town again. Mr.
Shea wants to give his show here
again, but finds the license prohibi prohibitive.
tive. prohibitive. It is $135 a week, which is too
much of a load for his little show.
Mrs. E. H. Peter of Dunnellon came
down last night to spend several days
in Lakeland. She is accompanied by
her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mann,
of Flint. Mich. They are at the Ma Ma-tanzas
tanzas Ma-tanzas for the present, but will leave
in a few days for the east coast, where
they will spend some time with rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Lakeland Telegram.
Dr. E. Van Hood of Ocala was call called
ed called to see Mr. Wilbur Potter Monday.
Bushnell Times.
The people of Waldo, Hawthorne,
Island Grove and Melrose want to
form a new county under the name of
Santa Fe, with the county seat proba probably
bly probably at Melrose. Mr. W. K. Zewadski
of Ocala attended a recent meeting at
Melrose, and gave the people some
legal advice on how to go about the
desired movement.
Our twins low prices and reliable
quality have brought us the largest
children's shoe trade in the city. II. B.
Masters Company. Adv.
AT THE IDEAL THEATER
Matinee Every Day 3:30 Night, 6:45
Pictures That Please
One Price All the Time
POSITION WANTED By young
white girl. Will do housework or take
care of children. Apply to Dr. W. H.
Dodge. 2-12
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.
MESSERS.
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Cloudy, northeast wind.
Minimum, 43 degrees.
Maximum, 51 degrees.
Average, 48 degrees.
Rainfall. .52.
WEATHER FORECAST
Cloudy probably rain
tonight and Sunday.
in peninsular
LADIES' AID SOCIAL.
The monthly social of the Ladies'
Aid Society of the Presbyterian church
will be held Monday afternoon, Feb.
17th, from 3 to 5 o'clock, at the home
of Mrs. D. E. Mclver. All friends of
the church are cordially invited.
M'PREME COURT OXLY
WILL, SATISFY
SLIGH
Tallahassee, Feb. 15. Notice was
received here yesterday that the su supreme
preme supreme court of the United States will
have to decide when an orange is ripe,
along with the questions what is whis-
jky and when is an egg rotten.
The
car-
Florida green fruit law is to be
ried up to that court on appeal from
the decision of the supreme court of
Florida which held that the law was
constitutional. The appeal in this case
is taken by S. J. Sligh of Orlando,
whose appeal to the supreme court
from the circuit court of Orange coun county
ty county was denied. Sligh contended that
the anti-green fruit shipments law
was unconstitutional, in that is Inter Interfered
fered Interfered with interstate commerce. The
supreme court held that the law was
constitutional.
DUNNELLON DOTS
(Advocate)
Miss Stella Cleveland returned to her
home in Ocala Tuesday, after a short
visit to friends here. Miss Cleveland
is a very attracitve young lady and
made many friends while here.
Miss Winnifred Tucker, a charming
young lady of Ocala, is in town the
guest of relatives.
Little Edna Cocowitch, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cocowitch, enter
tained a number of her little friends
Monday afternoon from 3 to 5 at her
home on Chestnut street, the occasion
being to celebrate her sixth birthday.
Mrs. J. A. Tucker arrived in town
Monday from Ocala to visit her daugh daughters,
ters, daughters, Mrs. B. F. Duke and Mrs. Harry
Feter this week.
In a Pinch, use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE
Ladies can wear shoes one size smallor after nsmg
Allen's Foot-Ease, the antiseptic powder for the feet.
It makes tight or new shoes feel easy ; gives instant
relief to corns and bnnions. It's the ereatest com comfort
fort comfort discovery of the age. Kelieves swollen fett, blis blisters,
ters, blisters, ca'ions and sore spots. It, i a certain relief for
sweatine, tired, tender, aching feet. Alwavs ue it to
Break in New shoes. Sold everywhere, 25c. Thm't
acrej,t ant wihatttute.
address Allen S. Olmsted
For FKEK trial package,
3, 1.e Roy, N. Y.
;VE WAV TO DESPONDENCY
Gainesville, Feb. 15. Geo. i?. Mer Merchant,
chant, Merchant, a wealthy retail merchant and
leading citizen, committed suicide yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, slashing his throat with a
razor. He lived but a few minutes
after cutting the windpipe through.
He had been in failing health for some
time and despondency over his ina inability
bility inability to be about caused the deed.
WORLD'S ALMANAC AT BALLARD'S
New 1913 World's Almanac, just re received;
ceived; received; 35 cents at Ballard's News Newsstand.
stand. Newsstand. Adv.
AT THE IDEAL THEATER
Matinee Every Day, 3:30$ Night, 6:45
Picture That Pleae
One Price All the Time
FOR RENT
FOR RENT Offices 'n Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
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Presbyterian
(Pastor, Rev. W. m .Dodge. D. D.)
9:45 a. m. Sunday. School.
11 a. m. Sermon, "lllija's Request."
3 p. m. The Junior Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. 1
7:30 p. m. Sermon. "Ood's Call
A cordial Invitation Extended to alL
-
Methodist
Rev. J. B. Ley. Pastor.
The usual morning and evening- ser
vices will be held at the Methodist
church. The public cordially Invited.
V. C. V. APPOINTMENTS
Staff Appointments of the Florida Dl Dl-vImIob
vImIob Dl-vImIob for the Current Year
Jacksonville, Feb. 15. Maj.-Gen.
Benjamin W. Partridge, commanding
the Florida Division, U. C. V., has an announced
nounced announced the staff appointments of the
Florida division, for service during
the current year.
The following are the staff appoint appointments:
ments: appointments: Col. S. C. Bott, of Monticello, ad adjutant
jutant adjutant general and chief of staff.
Lieut. Col. W. S. Stetson, of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, assistant adjutant general.
Lieut. Col. Lloyd S. Smith, Newber Newberry,
ry, Newberry, assistant adjutant general.
Lieut. Col. Frank E. Harris, Ocala,
assistant adjutant general.
Lieut. Col. A. B. McLeod, DeFuniak
Springs, assistant adjutant general.
Lieut. Col. S. F. Morgan, Starke, as assistant
sistant assistant adjutant general.
Lieut. W. A. Tison, Welborn. assist assistant
ant assistant adjutant general.
Lieut. Col. H. L. Crane. Tampa, as assistant
sistant assistant adjutant general.
L:eut. Col. S. M. Robinson. Chipley;
assistant adjutant general.
Lieut. Col. Henry Curtis, Quincy,
quartermaster general.
Maj. Thos. P. Williams, Lamont, as assistant
sistant assistant quartermaster general.
Maj. S. M. Hankins, Tampa, assistant
quartermaster general.
Lieut. Col. Alfred Ayer, Ocala, chief
of artillery.
Maj. C. B. Thrasher, Dade City, as assistant
sistant assistant chief of artillery.
Maj. A. J. Murat, Apalachocila, as assistant
sistant assistant chief of artillery.
Chaplain General, Right Rev. Edwin
Gardner Weed, Jacksonville.
Assistant chaplain general, T. W.
Spicer, Lee-sburg.
Lieut. Col. H. H. Duncan. Tavares.
inspector general v
Maj. F. M. Pringie, Wauchula, as assistant
sistant assistant inspector general.
Surgeon general, .J. F. McKinstry,
Gainesville.
Assistant surgeon general, Wllber F.
Peeler, Lake City.
Lieut. Col. W. H. L Witten, Inver Inverness,
ness, Inverness, chief of ordinshee.
Maj A. C. Wright,! St. Petersburg,
assistant chief of orlinance.
Lieut. Col. J. A. Roseborough, Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, chief engineer.
Mayor Boykin Jones, Pensacola, as assistant
sistant assistant chief engineer.
Lieut. Col. Theo. Randall Ebb, pay paymaster
master paymaster general.
Baj. B. M. Horn, White Springs, as assistant
sistant assistant paymaster general.
Loeut. Col. SoL H. Page, Bartow,
commissary general.
Maj. C. C. Gunn, Marianna, assist assistant
ant assistant commissary general,
ant commissary general.
Maj. D. G. H. Geiger, Mayo, assist
ant commissary general.
Maj. C. L. Willoughby. Lakeland,
aide de camp to division commander.
Maj. Tom Costa, Tallahassee, aide de
camp to division commander.
Maj. A. J. Wood, Blountstown, aide
de camp to division commander.
Maj. Alick McPherson, Wetumpka,
aide de camp to division commander.
Maj. M. R. Tutt, Jacksonville, aide de
camp to division commander.
Maj. Thomas W. Getzen, Fort White,
aide de camp to division commander.
Maj. Fritz B. Taylor. Lloyd, aide de
camp to division commander.
Maj. J. V. Cobb, Waukeenah, aide de
camp to division commander.
PILES CURED AT HOME
RY NEW ABSORPTION METHOD
If you suffer from bleeding, Itching',
blind or protruding piles, send me your
address, and I will tell you how to
cure yourself at home by the new ab absorption
sorption absorption treatment; and will also send
some of this home treatment free for
trial, with references from your own
locality if re quested. Immediate relief
and permanent cure assured. Send no
money but tell others of this offer.
Write today to Mrs. M. Summers, Box
P, South Bend, Ind. 22
Are you troubles witn roaches? Then
try a box of Magic Hoodoo roach pow powder
der powder at the Court Pharmacy. Adv.
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HOARDING HOUSE FOR SALE
An eight-room boarding house, well
furnished, centrally located, doing nice
business, electric lights, phone, bath,
etc Will sell everything except house.
Call phone 378 if interested. Ad.
Six reels, amateurs, Temple tonight.
THIS LADY'S
GOOD APPETITE
Mrs. Hansen, In a Letter From
Mobile, Tells How She Gained It
Mobile, Ala. "I suffered for sevea
yean, with womanly trouble,- writes
Mrs. Sigurd Hansen in a letter from
tbis city. "I felt weak and always bad
a headache and was always golnc to
the doctor. At last I was operated on,
and felt better, but soon I had the
same troubla.
My husband asked me to try CarduL
I felt better after the first bottle, and
now, I have a good appetite and sleep
wall. I feel fine, and the doctor tells
zne I am looking better than he ever
saw me."
If you are sick and miserable, and
suffer from any of the pains due to
womanly trouble try Cardui.
Cardul is successful because it Is
composed of ingredients that ha via teen
found to act curatlvely on the womac womac-ly
ly womac-ly constitution. :
For more than fifty years, it has beer,
used by women of all ages, with great
success Try It Tour druggist sells It
N. B. Write to: Ladles' Advisory Dept.. Chtti
ooga MedicireCo.. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for iS'pr cvai
Inttructiom, and book. Home Treatises!
r Womo," sent io plain wrapper, on request.
Freckled Girls
It is an absolute fact, that one 50 cent
jar of WILSON'S FRECKLE CllEAM
will either remove your freckles or caure
them to fade and that two jars will even
in the most severe cases Completely cure
them. We are willing to personally
guarantee this and to return your money
without argument if your complexion is
not fully restored to its natural beauty.
WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is fine,
fragrant and absolutely harmless. Will
not make hair grow but will positive
remove TAN, PIMPLES and FRECK FRECKLES.
LES. FRECKLES. Come in today and try it. The jars
are large and results absolutely certain.
Sent by mail if desired. Price 50c.
Mammoth jars $1.00. WILSON'S FAIR
SKIN SOAP 25c For sale by
THE COURT PHARMACY
SMITH'S BARGAINS
Roll Top DesK $22.00
$7.00 Typewriter Chair 4.00
One Vudor Veranda Screen. 1.75
One Veranda Swlns Seat.... 2.00
One Mission Parlor Set. Three
Pieces, Leather Upholstered 24.00
One Mission Library Table. . 9.50
One Chest Carpente Tools,
big bargain, only 18.00
Several Extension Dining Tables
from $3 to $11. OO. Worth double.
Many other bargains, too.
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SPECIAL MEETING
OP STOCKHOLDERS
Millwood Farm, Reddtck. Fla.
Feb. 1st. 1S13.
Notie of special meeting of the
stockholders of the Millwood Farm Co.
will be held at the principal office of
the company at Millwood Farm. Red Red-dick,
dick, Red-dick, Marion county, Florida. Tuesday,
Mrch 4th. 1D13. at ten o'clock a. m.
for the purpose of voting upon a prop proposition
osition proposition to increase the present capital
stock from the present amount thereof,
to-wit: $20,000, to $50,000 (twenty thou thousand
sand thousand to fifty thousand dollars).
D. S. Cromartie. Secretary.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
Notice Is hereby given that the firm
of Dennis and Rlanding. heretofore
composed of the undersigned, and do doing
ing doing business at Juliette, In Marion
county, Fla., has this day been dissolv dissolved
ed dissolved by mutual consent. C. D. Lennis re retiring,
tiring, retiring, and A. II. Dlanding continuing
the business, will assume the liabili liabilities
ties liabilities and all sums due said firm are
payable to him.
This January 14, 1913.
C. P. Dennis.
A. II. Blanding.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice' is h?rtby given U all crt-ui-tors,
legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de demands
mands demands against the estate of Robert
McDonald, deceased, to present ealJ
claims duly proven to the undersigned
within on year from the date of the
drt publ.t-ation of this notice, to-wit:
August 7th. 1912.
Robert J. MrDonald.
s Administrator FIsJate of Uobert D
McDonald. Deceased.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that F. J.
-tb. as guardian of the estate, of
ri.t.l. II IT...L t .
.icu ii. utani, a. ;innur, win on
Slut day of March, 1913
with the countv ludcre of Mninn
,nty. Florida, his final report ftn-1
unis as gruaraian or. tne estate or
said Caleb II Heath, a minor, an,!
IV to said countv lurtsse for n.
Mtal thereof and for his discharge, us
ivan or said estate. F. J. WeblL
tan of the Estate of Caleb tfJ
eatli.
itusville, Fla., August 24 1912.1
XOTICE
ot Heal, SrHlemrnt aa.1 Dlx-harffe
Notice la,- hereby eiven that on the
r h day of : July, A. D. 1913. the under undersigned
signed undersigned will present my accounts and
vouchers to the Judge of probate In
aid for Marion county, Florida, at his
office in Ocala, and will make my
tint I settlement and will apply for dis discharge.
charge. discharge. This 3rd day of January, A. D. 1918.
' D. A. Smith.
As Administrator of the Estate of A.
1 Barber.
SI1EHIFFS SALE
Lnder and by virtue of an execution
issued out of and under the seal of the
circuit court for Marion county. Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, dated the 29th day of January, A.
D. 1&13, In a certain cause wherein
Mrs. T. A. Lamb and T. A. Lamb are
plaintiffs and V. F. Kelly, et al, are
defendants, I have levied on and will
on
MonIar the 3rd day of ,Mar-b, 1013.
the same being a lesral sales day. and
during the legal hours of sale, offer
for sale at the west door of ihe court
house, in Ocala, Florida, and sell the
same to the highest and best bidder,
for cash, the following described real
estate in Marion county, Florida, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: Commencing 40 rods west of 120
rods south of ne corner of sw4 section
4 tp 14 south, range 22 east, run thence
south 24 rods, thence east to the rail railroad,
road, railroad, thence northwesterly with the
railroad to the point east of com commencement,
mencement, commencement, thence west to the point
of beginning, containing by estimation
8 acres of land lying and being In the
town of Anthony, of Marion county,
state of Florida.
Sold to satisfy said execution and all
costs. J. P. Galloway,
Sheriff Marion County, Florida.
W. K. Zewadski, Plaintiff's Attorney.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given to all cred
ltors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de demands
mands demands against the estate of Selwyn E.
Kowe, deceased, to present said claims
duly proven to the undersigned within
two years from the date of the first
publication of this notice, to-wit: Sep September
tember September 30th, 1912. Mary E. Bogle,
Administratrix of the Estate of Selwyn
E. Rowe. Deceased.
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The

Ideal

After having a Savings Account at The Commercial
Bank for several months I am convinced I have struck the
ideal way to save money. I deposit every pay day. I am

not tempted to spend foolishly. I can have my money if I
really need it. It is earning 4 per cent, interest. The in interest
terest interest is added to the principal each three months. I do
not have to worry about losing either interest or principal.
The bank is accommodating and on several occasions
has given me some excellent advice. I have saved more
in a few months than in all the rest of my life.
Many of my friends have started savings accounts If
any one asks rne the best way to save, I say,
THE WAY TO SAVE HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH

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We have the largest and best stock cf Lap Robes an i 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 so easy to come here and
1-1 us fix you up. Our stock of buggy tops canopies and awnings Is
also complete and we have enough horse blankets for all the "eld 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.

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Man Works From Sun to Sun,
Woman's Work is Never Done

At one time this was true, but the
labor saving machinery that men use
today makes it unnecessary for them
to work from sun to sun; and they ac accomplish
complish accomplish a great deal more a great
deal easier.
There is still a bigger difference in
the change of the woman's work who
uses modern cooking utensils, such as
is found in our store. Not only can
her work be done quicker, but more
pleasantly and easier, to say nothing
of the difference in the results of her
cooking.

Phone 118

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DOCTOR'S
FEE OF REAL

When you pay a doctor for a skillful diagnosis you want to get full
value for your money. If the medicine that you get on his orders is not all

that it should be you are the loser. It is of supreme importance that tne con contents
tents contents of your prescription be fresh. and reliable just as it is of importance
that your doctors' orders are carefully followed. Bring your prescriptions to
us to be filled and they will be compounded from fresh, reliable drugs. And
what's more we offer you the same prompt and polite service that our cus customers
tomers customers have been enjoying right along. Try us with the next prescription.

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For some purposes you want tin tinware,
ware, tinware, for others, granite ware; again
copper and enameled ware or wooden
ware. We have every article you
want and the way you want it.
Taking into consideration the small
expense of a properly equipped kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, the amount of time you spend in
it, and how much depends upon your
cooking, you can well afford to have
the proper utensils for the work.
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ON THE SQUARE
FLOBIDA
Hotel Astor
Jacksonville, Florida
A. B. Vance, mgr. director
CAFE IN CONNECTION
European Plan, S1.00 and up
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATH
Hot ami Cold Runninc Water and
Telephone in Rooms. Elevator
Service
Corner Bay and Ilogan streets, one
block from postoffice. Street cars
from Union Station and all steamers
pass the door.

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Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.

Si.v reels, amateurs. Temple tonight.
V.'iiit Clover Flour Is better.
Ask
(your grocer.
Mr. J. D. Harrell of Morris ton
at the Harrington las: night.
was
Headquarters for children's shoes, H.
B. Master.? Company. Adv.
J. D. Flock of Huckettstown,
at the Ocala House.
X. J.,
Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
were at the Harrin;
Aiken of Chicago
ton yesterday.
Icy-Hot bottles at the Court rharm rharm-acy.
acy. rharm-acy. Ad.
Rev.
a t t h e
Crawford Jackson of Atlanta is
Ocala House.
Mr. and Mrs. Clinton E. Fisk of Jer Jersey
sey Jersey City are at the Harrington.
W. L. Armour of Coleman was at the
Harrington last night.
Pickard's fine hand-pamte'i ch'na at
Burnett, the jeweler's. Ad.
Mrs. Folly Elkins and son of Inglis
were at the Ocala House last night.
SIX ROOM COTTAGE FOR RENT
Apply to Mrs. R. D. Fuller. 1-5
Mr. H. V. Cassels of Island fJrove
was at the Harrington last night.
Clocks of all kinds and at all prices.
A. E. Burnett. Ad.
An elegant line of rings, bracelets
and pins at Burnett's. Ad.
"Freckles" and his company were at
the Harrington last night.
Magic Hoodoo ant paper for killing
ants at the Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Six reels, amateurs, Temple tonight.
Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Muller of Atlanta
wert
at the Harrington last night.
W. S. Doyle of Tampa and
Doyle of Albany are at the
House.
A.
Ocala
style shoes for
We have the ri
rht
the growing girls. Low heels and full
toes. II. B. Masters Company. Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Miles of Wash Washington
ington Washington were at the Harrington yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. i
FOR RENT Two large, nicely fur-;
nished rooms. Close in. Address, X. ;
Y. Z., care Star. 1-31 -tf
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Gebhardt of Kan-
sas City
terday.
were at the Harrington yes-
Footwear that pleases children
at
prices that please tne parents, ll.
Masters Company. Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Carr of I'erma,
Montana, were at the Ocala House last
night.
Stop coughing by using Cherry 13ark
Cough Syrup. Sold only at the Rexall
Stores. Ad.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Durrell of Grand
Junction, Colo., were at the Ocala
House last night.
Take a look at our display of child
ren s slippers in tne window. ii. j;.
Masters Company. Adv
H. R. Vaughan and Mrs. Ida Vaughan
of Memphis ; were at the Ocala House
last night.
Frank Bryant, a negro caught
breaking into a house at Burbank, is
in the county jail and will have a pre preliminary
liminary preliminary hearing Monday.
Fine watches in any style Tor ladles
and gentlemen at any price desired, at
A. E. Burnett's. Ad.
Messrs. D. J. Caldwell and H. W.
Bishop of Fustis are at the Harring Harrington.
ton. Harrington. If you want good shoes for
boy or girl, get them at the
Masters Company. Adv.
your
H. B.
See our classy line of stationery. It
is without an equal, and it3 at the
Court Pharmacy. Ad.
You have tr'ed the rest, now try the
best. H .B. Masters Company's child children's
ren's children's shoes give satisfaction. Adv.
Gadson has just returned from New
York and selected big line of Valen Valentines
tines Valentines for the Bazaar store. Adv.
We have the growing girls' shoe3 in
tans, gun metals, patents, nubucks
and white canvas. Come in and let us
show you. H. B. Masters Co. Adv.
HOUSE FOR RENT Nice large
house in first ward on North Third
street. Large lot; rent reasonable. Ap Apply
ply Apply to S. S. Savage, Jr. 1-28-tf
Our children's shoe department is
complete tans, patents, gun metals
and white in pumps and straps. H. B.
Masters Company Adv.
See Ocala dray Son. 11 and 25 for
transfer work, moving and hanling of
all kinds.. Thos. Johnson, Manager.
113 West H roadway. 2-3-Ct
If you can not bring the children
lown, send them, and we will see that
they are properly fitted with shoes and
that the prices will be right. H. B.
Masters Company. Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F. Miles of Wash
ington City, are at the Harrington.
Mr. Miles is connected with the de department
partment department of agriculture. He has been
down on the Manatee, investigating
celery culture, and will go over to
Hastings to take a look at the potato
fields.
At the theater last night, a slightly
deaf gentleman went out between the
acts to incur liability for a clove.
Whence returned, a young lady asked
him if it was raining much. He thought
she asked if he had been drinking
much, f which '"will explain the sorrow sorrowful
ful sorrowful look he wore as he answered. "Only
a little,'
EGGS FOR SALE
Barred Plymouth Rock and Indian
Runner duck eggs, $1 per setting.
S. Wesson, Ocala. 2-13-lm
H.
VT THE IDEAL, THEATER
Matinee Everr Day, 3:30; Mght, 6:4.1
Pleturea That Please
One Priee All tbe Time

AMUSEMENTS

-Freeklea
This popular play was presented to
a large and appreciative audience at
the Temple last evening. It sustained
its reputation and won only favorable
criticism from the audience. Perry
Golden is not only a fine actor, "but has
a splendid voice, and his songs were
treats. Miss Miriam Gasparo came
about as near being an "Angel" as we
ever see on the stage, and well sus sustained
tained sustained her part as a bright, sweet girL
It is one of the few plays which wind
up with everybody, including the vil villain,
lain, villain, happy.
A Xeeded Reform
At the Temple last night, people who
came in after the curtain rose on the
first act were required to take back
seats and wait till the act was over,
when the ushers showed them their
places. Manager Bennett says this
will be the rule hereafter.
The reform is needed. There has
been much complaint by Temple pat patrons
rons patrons of people coming in late and go going
ing going to their seats after the curtain
rose, causing much confusion and mak making
ing making many lose some of the good points
in the performance. In big-city thea theaters,
ters, theaters, it is an iron-clad rule that peo people
ple people who come in while the curtain is
up shall wait in a back seat till the
act is over, and it is high time that
the same rule prevailed here.
Six Heel, Three Amateur, Temple
Tonight
The theater will be warm and cozy cozy-tonight
tonight cozy-tonight and the show will be long and
enjoyable so it will be worth while to
come out and you can'rest assured you
will not regret it. Six fine western and
comedy reels, the latest and most up-to-date
features and among the six are:
"Ranch Mates." A western story and
a dandy.
"O'Hara the Squatter." A comedy
and a funny one.
"A Dollar Saved is a Dollar Earned."
A beautiful story.
Three other feature pictures and five
amateur actors. Prices, 5 and 10 cents.
Doors open 6:30.
At the Ideal
i'" '"' w.e ere r-
The
iir!,l,u,"" 1U1 ,M"1 dUU "r
: witnessed by a goodly sized audience
despite the inclement weather. The i
new popular children's free Saturday
j matinee was hugely enjoyed this aft-
jernoon by the little ones. An excel-
ent run of pictures are promised for
tonight.
The Goose Girl
What is perhaps the most popular
book dramatization of recent years
nay, maunee ana evening, wnen iiar-
old MacGrath's delightful novel, "The
Goose Girl, will be the attraction.
George D. Raker, a young dramatist.
jmade the adaptation, and brings out
, the stage story as clearly as the print-
ed pages.
It tells the story of a pretty goose
girl kidnapped by gypsies and re returned
turned returned to her native city after sixteen
years' absence. She is woed by a vint vintner,
ner, vintner, afterwards found to be the young
king of a neighboring province, and
the goose girl the real princess of the
kingdom of Khrenstein. Messrs. Baker
t Castle, the producers, have given
"The Goose Girl" a magnificent pro production
duction production and supplied a cast of unusual
excellence.
V Great Subject
The Mills of the Gods at the Ideal
next Wednesday, 19th, matinee and
night, is an elaborate production,
beautifully staged and the costumes
worn by the ladies of the cast are
magnificent creations by Worth of
Paris. This picture is an expensive
one, but the Ideal management hope
to prove to Ocala's public that their
price will always remain the same re regardless
gardless regardless of the extra expense they
have to incur to get the best.
MONTHLY WOODWAX MEETIXG
The members of Fort King Camp,
W. O. W., held their regular monthly
meeting at Yonge's Hall last evening.
Consul Commander Thompson presid presided,
ed, presided, and a good attendance was pres present.
ent. present. Mr. Louis Toffaletti "was admitted to
the camp, and applications from three
candidates were received, also sev several
eral several transfers from otner camps. The
regular business was transacted with
the camp's usual neatness and dis dispatch,
patch, dispatch, and the members adjourned,
after a most business-like and success
ful meeting.
AT THE IDEAL THEATER
Matinee Every Day, 3:30; Mght, 6:45
Picture That Please
One Trice All the Time
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
light housekeeping rooms; all modern
conveniences; reasonable rates. Phone
378, or call at this oifiee. Adv. 2-7-tf
Six reels, amateurs, Temple tonight.
Pure Home Made Lard per can. .30c
Cream of Wheat 15c
Seven Bars Lenox Soap 25c
3 lbs. White House Coffee $1.05
Six liars Expose Borax soap Hoc
2 Cans -lb. Ocean Gem Salmon 25c
2 Cans Sunbeam Salmon 35c
3 Pkgs. Jello or Ice Cream Pvdr.25c
3 Cans Hominy 25c
2 Cans Sunbeam Shrimp 25c
1-lb. Pkg. Sunbeam Soda 5c
3 Pkgs. Sunbeam Mince Meat. .25c
S Pkgs. Sunbeam Corn Flakes. .25c
1 Pkg. Sunbeam Oatmeal 10c
1 Bottle Sunbeam Boiled Cider. .35c
V -lb Van Houten's Cocoa 25c
f2-lb. Van Houten's Cocoa 45c
1 lb. Van Houten's Cocoa 35c
2 Bots. 10c Size Lemon Extract. 15c
2 Bots. 10c Sire Vanila Extract, ,15c
1 Bot. 25c. Size Lemoa Extract. .20c
1 Bot. 25c. Size Vanila Extract .20c
1 lb. Cracker Boy Coffee .30c
1 lb. White House Coffee .40c
2 lbs. White House Coffee 75c
1 Glass Beachnut Bacon 35c
1 Glass Beachnut Beef 35c
1 Can Beachnut Beans 10c
Beachnut Peanut Butter 10c 15c 25c
Beachnut H-Pnt Catsup J. 15c
Beachnut Apple Jelly 1.15c
Beachnut Grape Jelly.. ..20c
Beachnut Quince, Red Currant
and Grape (individual size).. 10c
Beachnut Cranberry Sauce 25c
Large Bucket Snowdrift 1.15
9 Pounds Meal or Grita S5e
13 Whole Rlee fLOO
17 Pounds Japan Rice $1.00
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PHONE 163

HI SOU IIS

Valetlne Party Given "lr Mm.- Seott
St. Valentine's Day and Washing Washington
ton Washington birthday coming so near together
makes it available for a hostess to take
the .decorations pertaining to each and
blend them tosretne. making a most
attractive ens inble.fespeclally when in
the deft handkpf Mrsl G. S. Scott and
her daughter, Mrs., jhn Taylor, and
very true was the case yesterday when
Mrs. Scott entertained between the
hours of 3 and 5:20 o'clock in compli compliment
ment compliment to her cousin, Mrs. DeWitt Blew
of Sayreville, N. J.. Mrs. B. W. Mims
and her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Carnef
Mims of K en t u c k y
The Scott home, one of the prettiest
on Fort King avenue, is effectively
arranged for entertaining and with its
lavish decorations, pertaining to the
season, and the quantity of cut flowers
used along with luxuriant potted
plants, was most beautiful.
Opening the doors for the guests to
enter were two sweet little girls,
Misses Margaret Gerig and Elizabeth
Murray, who were dressed as colonial
maids and made a courtesy to each.
In the reception hall Mrs. Taylor,
Mrs. Charles Rheinauer and Mrs. Car Carney
ney Carney Mims received, the two former
wore colonial costumes and with their
powdered hair, done high, looked love lovely.
ly. lovely. Mrs. Mims represented the "Queen
of Hearts," her costume being most
elaborate and very charming to her
fair complexion.
Standing with Mrs. Scott in the
handsome parlor, was Mrs. Blew, Mrs.
B. W. Mims, Mrs. C. F. Benjamin of
Alexandria Bay, New York, and Mrs.
E L. Carney. Mrs. Scott wore a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful dress of hand-embroidered white
crepe trimmed with heavy fringe. Her
hair was done high and powdered. Mrs.
Blew's costume was of black velvet
richly trimmed with Persian satin.
Mrs. Mims wore red crepe de chene.
with powdered hair. Mrs. Benjamin
and Mrs. Carney each wore a hand handsome
some handsome reception gown beautifully fash fashioned.
ioned. fashioned. Assisting Mrs. Scott in entertaining
I-ei guests were the following colonial
dames and maids: Mrs. W. S. Bullock.
Mrs. H. A. Waterman, Misses Mamie
Taylor, Alice Bullock, Bessie Mac-Kay
and Annie Atkinson.
hen all the guests had arrived a
contest was begun which displayed
originality, skill and cleverness. Large
hearts, blue, white, red and yellow,
each numbered and containing several
silver hearts pasted on, were distrib distributed
uted distributed among the guests. It was quick quickly
ly quickly seen that the hundreds of small
hearts pinned everywhere in each of
the rooms were quite important vt6
solve the contest. For each little sil-
be found a small
heart, containing the same number as
the original one, and of like color. On
the back of each little heart was a let letter
ter letter and when the required number
was found a word was spelt. When all
the words were gotten the holders of
the various colors assembled in one
room and then the work of solving a
well known question was begun. The
position, in the quotation, of each word
was indicated by the number on the
large heart. When completed the
quotations were:
Love like a shadow flies.
When substance love pursues;
Pursuing that, that flies
And flying what pursues.
Shakspere.
As unto the bow the cord is
So unto the man is woman.
Longfellow.
All things below, all things above
Are open to the eyes of love. Lowell
O, my love's like a red red rose
That's newly sprung in June;
O, my love's like the melodies
That's sweetly played in tune.
Burns.
When the quotations were all com-
pleted the guests found seats wher-
ever they happened to be and they
were served to delicious fruit frappe
with whipped cream, angel and fruit
cake, and mints, by the colonial maids.
While eating this four attractive lit
tle long-handled baskets filled with
valentine novelties were passed and
they were drawn by little hearts tied
to streamers of ribbon which extend extended
ed extended over the edges of the baskets. The
novelties were filled with candies. In
each basket was a prize and the lucky
drawers were Mrs. B. W. Mims, Mrs.

Clarence Camp, Mrs. Albert Gerig and fashioned with a drapery of lace. She
Mrs. Charles Marshall and they drew carrie,i a beautiful bouquet of brides brides-respectively,
respectively, brides-respectively, an inlaid silver perfume roses.

bottle, flat napkin holder, a silver pic
ture frame and silver napkin holder.
After enjoying the frappe, the guests
were asked to the hall, where Mrs.
Bullock and Mrs. Carney Mims poured i
tea. The table was handsome in its
appointments of silver and china. With
the tea was passed Nabisco wafers.
Mrs. Scott's parties are always num-
bered among the most beautirui given
in Ocala and the one yesterday added
additional laurels to her skill for en-
tertaining. Mrs. Blew is a most charm-
ing woman and as the guest of her
cousin Is being delightfully entertain-
ed during her first visit to Ocala.
Mrs. Scott's guests included only hef
married friends and those present be-
sides the ones already mentioned as
assisting were Mrs. O. T. Green. Mrs.
Walter Hood. Mrs. Van Hood. Mrs. W.
K. Zewadski, Mrs. H. M. Hampton. Mrs.
George MacKay, Mrs. W. W. Harriss,
Mrs. F. K. Harris, Mrs. B. X. Looney.
Mrs. W. H. Hocker, Mrs. P. Haile. Miss
Jennie Hohenberg. Mrs. Jake Brown,
Mrs. D. E. Mclver, Mrs. R. B. Bullock.
Mrs. J. J. Gerig. Mrs. Albert Gerig,
Mrs. W. V. Newsom, Mrs. Jack Camp,
Mrs. Clarence Camp, Miss Therese
N'urnev. Mrs. Charles Marshall. Mrs. L
F. Blalock. Mrs. Richardson. Mrs. W,
A. Collier. Mrs. J. E. Chace, Mrs. H.
Dodge and sister, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs.
R. A. .Burford, Mrs. Johnnie Johnson
ti
Chicago. 111., Mrs. George Martin. Mrs
w. h. Wilson. Tampa, Mrs. w. w. con-
don, Mrs. Kelley, Mrs. T. H. Jo
hnson,
i Mrs
Xtrc VnrA Mrs Ciiffnrrt Anderson
Rex Todd. Mrs. Edward Hoolder, Mrs.
i . ' ...vj. ---- ----
Emmett Robinson, Mr. W. T. Gary,
Mrs.
Robert Blake.
Miss -mma Xelson arrived from
Tampa this afternoon and is the guest
of Miss Annie Atkinson. Miss Nelson
formerlv lived In Ocala and has a host
of friends who will cordially welcome
her.
. ... x-'
.Mii?ir'Rh6dy Rhods'liaa-.been Joined
by her sisterv-Mlss'Rhody, who' has ac
cepted a position in Mr. C. S. Cullen's
office. The Mteses Rhody have rooms
at Mr. Howard Walters.
Mr. Wallace O. Stovall has returned
to Tampa after a short visit in Ocala;
with relatives.
Mr. Robert Tydings. who has been to
Tamna on a brief visit, has returned
home.
Mrs. L. R. Chazal and mother, Mrs.
K. Hickman, returned last night f rom

1TICE OFHUIli Hi

THE: ADVA!

If ybu are i& the habit
with ready Jboney out

give the impression that you belong to ilie ii

class, of peolile who live from hand to moulh.
Your check Ivould be just as acceptable, and
you would Iain the additional advantage (Jf
having a reipt for the money paid.; Open
a checking account with this bank.

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H. D. STOKES, Casblr.
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JNO.
a delightful visit spent in New Or
leans and other places in Georgia.
Mrs. James Taylor and pretty little
daughter are in DeLand visiting
friends.
."""'
Mr. Allison, Wartmann of Cira ac accompanied
companied accompanied h- tlufe young ladies wit witnessed
nessed witnessed 'Fretkle-lssy evening at the
Temple
Mr. Herbert G.ttier returned today0
from a short visit to Orlando 1
Dr. D. M. Smith, to the great regret
of his friends, has been confined to his
home by illness for the last ten days,
but he is much better today, and will
soon be out again.
Mrs. K. M. Howard is steadily re recovering
covering recovering frony1 her long illness, and
will soon be out aain.
Mrs. T. C. LucTiie left this morning
for a visit to her mother, Mrs. F. E.
Sheppard, in Daytona.
Mrs. Joseph Malever, after several
days' sickness, is able to be out again.
Mrs. J. H. Dampier of High Springs j
is in the city, on a visit to her daugh-
ter. Mrs. C. O. Harris. i
I
Ml William Entertained i
--Last evening Miss Beatrice Will
iams was the prett.c hostess to an in
formal reception 6 atjout forty of her I
younfe friends at home of her par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. G. F.VJlliams, on
Oran te avenue. -While it was "an ln-
. t
formal affair," It was a very delightful
one in every detail. Miss Williams j
wore a becoming evening frock oft
pale marquisette with pink garniture, j
It being St. Valentine's Day, the dec- j
orations were in keeping witli the oc-
casion. beautiful vases of red roses
and ,salva and ferns, being placed here
and there. The dining rom was drap draped
ed draped with red ribbon paper and red
hearts were profusely used.
On arriving the guests were served
to hot tea and wafers. The hostess
was assisted in entertaining by her
mother and Mrs. Ambrose Cooksey and
Mrs. Robert Feall. Mrs. Cooksey fur furnished
nished furnished the music for dancing. Those
not caring to dance were entertained at
cards and other games in the front
parlor. Several solos rendered very
sweetly by Miss Jessie Boone were
greatly enjoyed. At a late hour an "ce
course was served.
I,aron-MeIntyre
The following marriage which oc
curred Wednesday in Jacksonville is
chronicled as follows by the Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. The bride is a sister of Mrs. J.
C. Caldwell of Ocala.
Miss Fanny Eula Mclntyre, the at
tractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D.
T. Mclntyre, was quietly married to
Mr. Francis P. Larson on Wednesday
evening at 8:30 o'clock, the wedding
beinff solemnized at the home of the
bride's parents. 020 LaFayette street.
Xhe stairway was twined with yel-
low jessamine in full bloom, and-bam-
boo was tastefully arranged. The al alcove
cove alcove in the reception hall was massed
with ferns and palms, and in this
bower the happy couple stood for the
ceremonv.
The bride, who was given in mar
riage by ner father, Mr. ij. L. Mc
lntyre, was attended by her sister, Miss
Tommie Mclntyre, as maid of honor.
The bride was never lovelier than in
her wedding gown of white satin
The maid of honor was becomingly
attired in blue mescaline with veiling
and hand-painted chiffon. She carried
an armful of pink carnations.
The ceremony was impressively per
formed by Rev. J. Logan Irwin, pas pastor
tor pastor of the East Jacksonville Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian church.
The wedding was attended by the
relatives and a few intimate friends of
t,e contracting part'es and imme-
diately after the ceermony the happy
COUple received the best wishes and
congratulations of all.
Tne dining room was decorated in
ferns and the dining table was center-
ea wjth the punch bowl.
The bride and groom left last night
for Orlando on a brief wedding trip
on their return they will be at
home to ther friends at 320 LaFayette
street.
The bride tra-eled in a stunning
COat suit of blue, with lingerie waist
cf white. Her picture hat was becom-
inglv trimmed in American beauty.
ASEPTIC BARBERSHOP
This magnifficent hew shop is
now open for business The
best equipped shop in the city.
Through sanitary, modern in
Lvprv rfqrpft Hot nnfl C!old
every It-frpeOl. not aDU VOIU
I J
running Water.
I riref Tlocc IVArLmon"
V. C. DETTERICH, Prop. w
Harrington Hall Hotel
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embahners
Fine Caskets and Burial Roties
D. E. McIYEIl and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
1I Work Done by Licensed Em Embalm
balm Embalm ere and Fully Guaranteed.
PHONES:
D. K. Mclver 1M
V. Roberts 30b
KTndertaking Office
47

of paying your b

of your pocket,
DR. A. L. BLALOCK
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
OFFICES OVER THE
COMMERCIAL D.IXK
DR. L. F. BLALOCK
DENTAL. SURGEON
'Phone 211 Ocala. Fla.
J, E. GHAGE
DENTAL SURGEON
I looms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block,
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.
DR. D. M. BONEY
OPTOMETRIST
EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
Optometry Office and Laboratory
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 4:33 p. m.
Rooms 2-6 Gary Building:, Ocala. Fla.
BETTER "Than Mr thcr Used ta
make' is the bread, cakes and pie
made from
WHITE CLOVER FLOUR
Because it i better flour thait
could be possibly ftroluced at that
lime. Perfect prjin. perfect mill mill-insr,
insr, mill-insr, perfect conditions make White
Clover a FERHXT Product.
We Kuarantee it. and authorize
tevery dealer to refund the purchase?
trice to any one not ImJinii it
The Best
OUR GROCER HAS W
Phone 296
WHITE STAR LINE
TRANSFER and STORAGE CO.
Shipping ani Storage of Bag Baggage,
gage, Baggage, Household Furniture,
Pianos and Safes.
FIREPROOF STORAGE BUILDING
Agents for Beaver Board
E. Broadway Ocala, Fla
.NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice i3 hereby given to all credit creditors,
ors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all other
persons having claims and demands
against the estate of Albert L. Barber,
deceased, to present said claims duly
proven to the undersigned within one
year from the date of the flrst publica publication
tion publication of this notice, to-wit: January
3yth- 1512- D- a. Smith,
Ag Administrator Estate of Albert X.
Ocala. Florida. Jan. 30. 1912.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is. hereby given to all cred creditors,
itors, creditors, legatees.' distributees and all
other persons having claims and de demands
mands demands against the estate of R- J. Nel Nelson,
son, Nelson, deceased, to present said claims
duly proven to the undersigned within
one year from the date of the flrt
publication of this notice, to-wit: Au August
gust August 2lEt. 1312. J. P. Galloway,
Sheriff and Ex-offlcio Administrator of
the Estate of R. J. Neb on. Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Creditors, legatees, distributees ana
all persons having claims or demands
asainst the estate of William Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, late of Ocala, 1'lorida. are called
upon to present them within two yean
from this date to ths undersigned.
Ocala. Fla.. Dec. 31st, 1912.
Ilebeccn W. Anderson,
Executrix of the W 'll of William An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, Deceased
3-10-17-24-31 7-14-21-28
We are giving our children's hoe
department special attention. The
styles are right and we fit the feet.
H. B. Masters Company. Adv.



OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1913

F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
THE Dr. M'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL
AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
OCALA, FLORIDA.

PHONES:
Office. 333.

Dr. McClane's Residence. 407.
Notei Calls made by apeclal appointment

OFFICE:
Euite I to 7 Holder Block, fc'outhwesf

Corner of Public Iquare
Special Ge&ftfe Urinary CllaJ.

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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 y

First Class
Horses and Mules
Animals for all pur purposes,
poses, purposes, a ud at reason reasonable
able reasonable prices. I go to
market each two
weeks and select the
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Call at the La!, you will find some Stock to suit you,
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HENRY RUSSELL MILLER.
Aitfaor of
The Man Hither Up"

Ceprrlfht 191 1, by the Bobbi-rterrlll
Coasts?

CHAPTER XIII.
The Forerunner.

; went south. The doctor had
nrpscribtHl thne months test.

.fohn was back In New "bel "bel-uk&MJ
uk&MJ "bel-uk&MJ r(K in one. preparing with

! ?;e i energy to beprin a new campaign

aalust the state machine.
Thr (-anii'ain that followed was but
a v. e sry repetition of other years, with without
out without (he sti.nulns of hope. The spasm
f -n! !u;ti.t.-!!j past, the peopre had
b.i.-U imi habitual 'lack of inter-

The ;ig uittubie political feature
of that ,w:-ii was the quiet contest

wiihia the ranizatiou between the

old bos. and the new, a strusrjrie in

which Mun-heil was forced to yield

W hen a ui;:n sees the best years of
his life slipping away with no accom

plishment, when he has suffered not

only denunciation and misrepresenta

tiou, which are not easy to bear, but
also treachery and ridicule, which are

harder, and misunderstanding and in indifference
difference indifference from the people he is trying
to serve, which are hardest of all, he
cannot be greatly blamed for wanting
sometimes to "chuck the game," as

Haig put it to John one evening in

early winter. The bantering friend

ship between them, grown deeper as
the years passed, had been worth more

to John than he quite realized.

"Why don't you chuck the game?

You're further back than you were four

years ago. The novelty's worn off; the

dear pee-pul's tired of hearing you, and

they believe that somehow you're worse

than an anarchist. And you're even

going to be kicked out of office here
next spring. Do you know that?
You're breaking down your health.
You're doing the work of three men
and a small boy for nothing. This
county is growing. There's going to be
plenty of law business. And you could

M. JT. NICHOLS
LIVE STOCK DEALER OCALA, FLORIDA

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be the biggest lawyer around here.
You are that now in point of ability,
though the Lord knows where you find
time to study your cases. Why don't
you chuck it? Serving the people is the
most worthless, thankless job in the
world."
"You besotted cynic!' John laughed.
"What if we don't get any farther for forward?
ward? forward? We can't let 'em have the state
by default, can we? And it isn't alto altogether
gether altogether thankless. Once in a while I
run into men like Cranshawe or Cris Cris-well
well Cris-well or Sykes. When I see how the
depend on me. I I have to stick it out.
It isn't necessarily worthless, either.
I've generally found that if you hold
on to the breaking point and then hold
on a little longer, things get easier all
of a sudden."
"Sunday school aphorisms. What's
to be the next slaughter of the inno innocents?"
cents?" innocents?" "We elect a governor next year."
"And where'll you find a candidate?"
"Well," said John cheerfully. "I
could run myself, you know."
"And offer 'em more bread pills,
eh?" Haig was trying to decide
whether he was a Socialist or mt
hence was critical of all remedies and
theories.
"I suppose you are thinking of your
brotherhood as a substitute?"
"Not my brotherhood!" Haig snort snorted
ed snorted "I wouldn't have the dolts you
call the people as my brothers. They're
interesting to me only as a study in
asininity. What can you expect of a
people whose very ideal is concentrat concentrated
ed concentrated selfishness?"
"Rut the people don't understand
that's all."
"Not understand! You can say that!
Do you suppose there's an intelligent
man in the state who doesn't know thai
you have as much brains and capacity
for government, and far more charac character,
ter, character, than either Mn ret! ell or Sherrod or
any of their tribe? Yet they turn yon
down for them every time. Why? 77e 77e-coM.sc
coM.sc 77e-coM.sc the Murchell and the Shnrods rep represent
resent represent the people. You don't. Ninetj' Ninetj'-nine
nine Ninetj'-nine out of a hundred men, all over
the nation, have a pretty clear notion
of what's going on in politics and gov government,
ernment, government, and they have a rudimentary
sorial Instinct that tells them it is
wrong. Sometimes that Incipient sense
gets them interested in a reform, but
the interest lasts only for about one
campaign. Just as you have found it.
We don't really care. We don't want
things changed."
"But"-
"Ilere, I have the floor. Things are
rotten yes! There's a stink in every
plane of our national life. You think
you have a purpose in life to clean
up this state. Well, then play the
game as you find it, make of yourself a
despot. And when you have your
power, nse it to win compromises from
the other strong ones, and to give the

people just as much as they are able

to use and enjoy. Among a selfish
people only a supreme, practical egoist
can lead."
Haig sat back, relighting his pipe.

"Gosh!" he grinned. "Reminds me of

my college debating society. But I
mean it," he added earnestly.

John smiled faintly. He leaned for

ward and caught up the poker, absent absently
ly absently jabbing the coals in the stove. He
was thinking of another time when,
out of her Ignorance, a young woman
had stumbled, far less cleverly, upon
the same theory. He said:
"One must build from the bottom up upward.
ward. upward. The nation can be saved from
its sins neither by strong individuals
nor by mechanical systems. Only by
the aroused moral sense of the people,
a realization and acceptance of political
responsibility, and a man can't very
successfully preach iolitical morality
unless he practices it. He has to serve
In the way for which he's best fitted.
I don't think I'm cut out for a boss.
Haig."

Haig growled agaiD. "Service who
wants vour service? What you need

Is some woman to come along ana

marry yon out of hand and teach you

common sense. Why man t you marry

Katherine Hampden -when you had the

chance?"

'I never really had the chance, John

replied calmly.

'Oh, go to the deviir And -with

characteristic abruptness Haig rose

and walked out of the office.

A mlnnte later he reappeared to de

mand, "Do you 'still want to?"

"Want to wh..y said John so blank

ly that Haig again recommended the

devil as his ultimate destination and

withdrew.

Out In the street he stopped long

enough to look back through the win

dow. John was still absently jabbing
the coals. Haig shook his head and

passed on, muttering to the suowy
night:
"I have seen a miracle a man who
has tested, yet believes in the people
and who has loved the same woman
through five years. I wonder how
long his courage will hold out?".
John drew up to the desk and began
a letter. It did not progress rapidly.
Ills pen had gone as far as "Replying
to your favor of the 20th iusL," when
it fell, unnoticed from his fingers. He
returned to his contemplation of the
fire.
He was thinking of Katherine Hamp Hampden.
den. Hampden. He had been thinking of her a
great deal lately, after a long period
in which he had kept the remembrance
of her in the secret, rarely oiened
chamber of his innermost conscious consciousness.
ness. consciousness. It had been the easier to bury, if not
completely to forget, the past, because
Katherine's life aud his had not often
crossed. The incident of the flowers
has been told. One day, a week be before
fore before the conversation just narrated,
they had accidentally met.
He was in the Steel City to deliver
his lecture on "Civic Responsibility"
before one of the reform bodies that
discussed, but did nothing to alleviate
the city's ills. For early luncheon he
went Into a restaurant where elab elaborate
orate elaborate trappings and service enabled
the patron to ignore the moderately
well cooked food and Immoderately
high prices.
As he was passing through the
foyer he came face to face with Kath Katherine
erine Katherine Hampden and another lady.

whose attire proclaimed her one of

fashion's elect There was a moment's

hesitation, and then impulsively Kath

erlne held out her hand. Mutual In Inquiries
quiries Inquiries concerning each other's health
followed, were satisfactorily answered,

and Katherine introduced him to her

companion. Mrs. Deland nodded dis

tantly, as from a great height, down

upon the rather countrified looking

man who carried the queer, black

slouch hat.
"This is the Mr. Dunmeade." Kath
erlne explained.

un. iiiaeeu: was tne murmured an

swer, accompanied by a vacuous smile.

Mrs. Deland. it was clear, had never

heard of "the Mr. Dunmeade." Just

then another group entered the foyer
and with scant ceremony she escaped

to,join them. Katherine said:
urri. .

mere isu i any reason wny we

should n t have a nice, chummy little

chat, is there? I am waiting-for Mr

Gregg, who is always late. Shall we

sit down somewhere?"

lie assented, and they ensconced

themselves on a luxurious davenport

with which the foyer was eauinDed

SUMMJIRFDZLD

Summerfield. Feh. 13. C A. Bangert
of Leron went to section S3 last Fri

day to take photos of lands and sur surroundings
roundings surroundings for a northern owner.
It Is understood that this town Is to
have a new industry. The parties in interested
terested interested will manufacture and iut op
a liniment which Is very highly rec recommended.
ommended. recommended. Work on the Summerfield and Levon
road is progressing nicely. Although
not being hardened, the" road will be
put in excellent condition and all
trees and stumps are being taken up
by the root3 and the holes filled with a
good quality of clay.
C. H. Mastin and A. H. Angus were

Saturday visitors.

C. A. Messenger and family are now

residing in the flat over the hall.

Charles Lucius of Levon was here

last -Saturday looking after business

matters.

J. J. Seddon of Hammond, Ind.. who

was here prospecting, returned to his

home last Saturday.

The flag pole for the school will be

ready for hoisting the new flag donat

ed by Geo. B. Lawton on Washington's

birthday.

Jliss Mary Snow, accompanied by

Paul Foland of Pedro were visitors to

Miss Nellie Clyburn last Sunday.

Jos. W. Davis of Glendale Farm was

a Sunday visitor. He also made a bus

iness trip to Ocala last Monday.

Chas. S. Painter, president of the

land company, returned late last FrI

day from his flying trip to Jackson
ville.

Dr. E. H. Gage of Wisconsin, left

for his home last Saturday. Dr. Gage

was here to look over his lands pur

chased from the Florida National Land

Company.

Owing to the delay in receiving the

necessary finishing lumber, the Cath

olic chapel is still uncompleted.

(Continued Monday)

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STEKLING SILYETl FLATWARE

I have over $4,000 worth of Sterling
Silver flatware in the store the latest,
most stylish silver and the very best

grade manufactured. The prices are
as attractive as the goods. Come In
and look over the stock and select
such articles as you want for your yourself,
self, yourself, the family or friends. Gifts from
this stock last a lifetime and are al always
ways always a source of pleasure and satisfac satisfaction,
tion, satisfaction, both to the giver and those who
receive them. A. E. Burnett.
(Ad. tf) The Jeweler.

New

FOR 1 913

We have jnst received a fnll line of all kind3 of fresh seeds anl

are in position to make you good prices on any varieties that you may
need. All orders will receive our most prompt and careful attention.
Can forward packages weighing np to 11 pounds by parcel post and at

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Below we list a few varieties of the seed that we carry and will be
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Ward well's Kidney Wax Beans. .
Davis White Wax Beans
Curries Rust Proof Wax Beans
Red Valentine Beans
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Livingston's Globe Tomato .
Redfield Beauty Tomato
New Stone Tomato
Spark's Earliana Tomato
Dwarf Champion Tomato ....
Early Detroit Tomato . . v.
White Spine Cucumber .........
Early Fortune Cucumber ..........
Long Green Cucumber
Genuine Rocky Ford Cantaloupe. .
Tom Watson Watermelon
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Kleckley Sweets Watermelon
Georgia Rattlesnake Watermelon.

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Red Bliss Triumph Potatoes .
Spaulding's Rose No. 4 Potatoes.
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We have many other varieties of seeds of all kinds and can make
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We solicit your patronage and guarantee satisfaction on all orders
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This Is the season of tr.e year when
mothers feel very much concerned
over the frequent colds contracted by
their children, and have abundant rea reason
son reason for it as every cold weakens the
lungs, lowers the vitality and paves
the way for the more serious diseases
that so often follow. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy is famous for its cures,
and is pleasant and safe to take. For
sale by all dealers. Adv.

DRAY FOR GENERAL DELIVERY

Mr. A. S. Burgess has gone into the
transfer and delivery business. He
has a big dray and a team of power powerful
ful powerful mules, with competent men to
manage them, and will haul and deliver
your goods with promptness and good

l-care. Call phone 470. Ad.

Here is a message of hope and good
cheer from Mrs. C. J. Martin, Boone
Mill. Va., who is the mother of eight eighteen
een eighteen children. Mrs. Martin was cured of
stomach trouble and constipation by
Chamberlain's Tablets after Ave years
of suffering, and now recommends
these tablets to the public Sold by
all dealers. Adv.

Edison phonograpns and nearly two
thousand records to select from at A.
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WE CAN SUPPLl YOU WITH
PURE ICE
For All Purposes, Whether Your
Requirements are for Home Use
Or for a Carload.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH US.
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
OCALA .. FLORIDA

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AND WESTERN
Beef, Pork and Mutton
FRESH
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Fresh and Salt Wafer
Received Every Day
Prompt Service, Good Goods
rand Reasonable Prices
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Phone 351 Stall No.

City Market

If you have dizzy spells, attacks of
momentary blindness, with ringing
noises in the ears it is an unfailing
sign of a torpid liver; a condition
which brings on some serious sickness
if neglected. Herbine Is a powerful
liver tonic. It puts strength and ac activity
tivity activity into the liver, purifies the bow bowels
els bowels and restores a feeling of health,
vigor and cheerfulness. Price 50c
Sold by all druggists. Adv.

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

Use Dike's Quinine and Sage Hair
Tonic once a week on your head and
enjoy a healthy, clean scalp. You will
find this excellent tonic at the Court
Pharmacy. Adv.

Solid and filled chains, the best for
the money, and guaranteed as repre represented.
sented. represented. A. E. Burnett Ad.

Chest pains and a dry, hacking
cough should be treated with Ballard's
Horehound Syrup taken internally, and
a Herrick's Red Pepper Porous Plaster
applied to the chest. Buy the dollar
size Horehound Syrup; you get a Por Porous
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by all druggists. Adv.

Pearl tooth brushes are sold at
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anteed. guaranteed. Ad.

Do you know that more real danger
lurks in a common cold than In any
other of the minor ailments? The
safe way is to take Chamberlain's
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SITUATION WANTED Young man
with several years' experience as man manager
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We have just received another carload of slock. This
car contained some exceptionally fine horses and mules,
selected in person, in the Atlanta markets by Mr. Tomp Tompkins.
kins. Tompkins. Call at the barns and look the drove over, while the'

The Animals are Guaranteed and the Prices and
Terms are Right Respectfully,
Phone 117 Ocala, Fla.

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Limit March 10th. Extension oi Limit to
April 10th may be Arranged
STEEL PULLMAN-CARS DINING CARS
For Information and Reservation Call on

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Y. R. BEAZLEY J. G. BIRELAND
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Rheumatism, Sciatica, Stiff Neck, Neuralgia
and Lame Back are painful aliments and it 1j
desirable to get rid of them quickly. For
prompt and sure relief, rub la

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It is a Wonderful Pain Cure end
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It pemetrates the flesh to the bone, warms the Joints, relaxes
the muscles, eases the pain and restores strength and comfort.
For healing cuts, wounds, burns, sores and abrasions of the fiesh
It Is very effective.
As a household remedy, for the accidents and ailments that are
always occurring In the family. It has no superior. It should bo
kept on hand so that It can be used promptly. It begins the
mending process as soon as It Is applied and in all minor Injuries
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