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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
Publisher:
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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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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OCALA

EVENING

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AT RIGHT PRICES
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VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1913
NO. 228
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A Camera at !Moiint Verfabi
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fCopyriirbt, 1912. by American Press Association.

7? V the uevvsiair3 and diarists of
Washington day may be taken
as tolerably fair reiwrts the birth
day of that great and good man
was celebrated in hiu own times in
fine style. His fellow ritizens certainly
tseenied to think the occasion u littins;
one for a bij; demonstration, and they
made it. They fired nalutes and rang
bells. Their bands played, and their
cannon roared. They drank toasts, and
they made seeches. Poets wrote odes
and prose people eulogies. Altogether
the wonder is how so sane a man as
Washington could have looked upon
it all and kept his composure.
The earliest public recognition of
Washington's birthday, according to
one of our authorities, was In 17S1. In
that year the Count de Uochambeau
wrote to Washington from Newport
that they were going to have party
In his honor and that they would cel celebrate
ebrate celebrate the day "with the sole regret
that your excellency will not lie a wit witness
ness witness of the effusion and gladness of
our hearts." And. by the way. the day
then recognized was Feb. 11, accord according
ing according to the old style calendar.
Ill 171)1. when the president "attained
to the tifty ninth year of his age. the
same was celebrated here tin Philadel Philadelphia)
phia) Philadelphia) with every demonstration of pub public
lic public Joy. The artillery and light infan infantry
try infantry corps of the city were paradeii. and
nt 12 o'clock a federal salute was
fired." There was nlso a levee, when
"'100 ladies, elegantly if not superbly
dressed 'the distinction in adjectives is
a tine onei. graced the ballroom." The
foreign ministers, heads of depart departments,
ments, departments, civic functionaries, "strangers
and citizens of distinction were pre presented
sented presented fo the president on this auspi auspicious
cious auspicious occasion."
Washington was in Philadelphia for
his birthday the next year, and there
was a still greater turmoil of cannon,
muskets and bells. A great ball was
given in the old City Dancing acade academy
my academy on the 21st of February. It was
got up by the-"aristocracy" and. of
course, their invitations didn't get
much further than the guests of honor
A good many people who called them themselves
selves themselves respectable were not bidden, so
those unfortunates, not altogether un undismayed
dismayed undismayed at the slight, got up their
pwn assembly and had a ball to them themselves
selves themselves on the night of the 22 d. Wash Washington
ington Washington was the central Ggure at both
affairs.
The mayor caused this formal state statement
ment statement to be published: "The permission
for firing cannon within the limits of
this city on the anniversary of the
birth of the illustrious president of the
United States is most cheerfully grant granted,
ed, granted, and I sincerely pray to the great
Author of nil that he wiil permit simi similar
lar similar orders t0 be given many, many
years after this."
lie
By JAMES
jLii.i.u a uauu aiui
That my teacher telled
Wen it comes to fairy
Didn't say what ailed

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speech.
Name was Washington, who licked the British king, says she.
He was our first president an' set the country free.
Wisht that I'd been him, I do, an' if I had, you bet,
I'd 've chased the redcoats an' 've licked em harder yet.
Once, my teacher says, when George was 'bout as big as me
He got a new hatchet an' cut down a cherry tree.
Wen his pop got home that night, my, he was awful mad,
For he said that cherry tree was 'ist the best they had.
An' "Who chopped it down?" he roared, 'ist that way, an,'
oh, my,
George was awful skeered, you bet, but couldn't tell a lie,
So he says, "I did it wiv my hatchet," an', by jing,
That was why, my teacher says, he licked the British king.
Wen his pop heard that he grabbed an' hugged that boy o'

his,
An he says, "That's better'n

An my teacher says 11 we ud never ten a lie
Maybe we 'ud all of us be presidents by an' by.
So I have a hatchet an' am lookin' for a tree.
I'll chop all the cherry trees we have, an' you'll 'ist see
That I'll march wight in an tell my pop, an' nen some day
Maybe I'll be president, 'ist like my teacher say.

By W. H. RICHARDSON

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"ASHINGTON PAINTED M
111UCH IN 179G.
Another fortn of popular regard for
Washington vas given expression on
his birthdaj by those who had a weak weakness
ness weakness for dropylng into verse. The char character
acter character and cait'cr of Washington made
hl?n a shiniyg mark for the Silas
Weggses wliohad lines to aim. In one
of the papers? for Pel). 22. 1702, a gen gentleman
tleman gentleman who j signs himself "W. ln
strikes up LU lyre and lets her go as
follows: ;
Fe bells, be hhed! Thou voice of flat flattery
tery flattery ceasqj
Can you applaud our chief In war and
peace? F
But let each Wart with gratitude adore
That power v ho governs air and earth
and sea.
He gave us Washington, who made us
free.
Buch be the strains on this auspicious
day. i (
As may evlnci with reason we obey.
And let this truth the solemn page adorn adorn-That
That adorn-That Washington for all the age was born!
Then theri; was another rimester.
who In the Gazette of the United
States, undej- the name of "Ella" (per
haps the ancestress of our own Wheel Wheeler
er Wheeler Wilcox), grinds out a column on the
same subjec t, the opening stanza of
which is as follows:
Oft ha3 the ppet's venal song.
Correctly ni?an and elegantly low,
Told the false plaudits of the courtly
throng r
And wakedia smile on Grandeur's brow.
But; here hatk Virtue's guardian hand
Torn from the siren Adulation's power
The man whdse praise, the voice of every
land. r
Hangs on tl$Q lips of every parting hour.
Dunlap's Advertiser, in Philadelphia,
for examplel was an administration
paper, heart and soul, body and
breeches, yet-It seeks to excuse its cus customary
tomary customary literary jamboree when writ writing
ing writing up Washington's sixty-first birth birthday:
day: birthday: "Disclaiming, as we do, all pre pretension
tension pretension to adulation, it was impossi impossible
ble impossible for us, ft is impossible for any
ARTHUR.
iuium uaj auuui a guy
us couldn t never tell a lie.
tales, that's cert'nly a peach.
him maybe stoppage in his
all the cherry trees they is.

I MINIAT0HK OFf

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With

the

American or perhaps for the people of
any nation upon earth, to refrain from
expressing a degree of satisfaction at
the return of every revolving year that
prolongs the life of a man whose vir virtues
tues virtues have raised him to the very high highest
est highest pitch of esteem.
"Oft as this auspicious day.
Sacred to mem'ry, shall return
Let Freedom pour tiie grateful lay
And hauty (sic) tyrants mourn!"
But for all Mr. Dunlap's ponderous
and luscious compliments there were
those who had different opinions, and
one dissenter was bluff William Ma Ma-clay.
clay. Ma-clay. who was frank enough to say of
the man whom so many almost deified.
"Would to God that this same General
Washington were in heaven!" To his
notion that was the proper home for
such a spirit, and we fancy it must
have oeen really refreshing to Wash Washington
ington Washington to step out of the slush of rhe rhetorical
torical rhetorical brainstorms into the dry but per
haps rough road of Maclay's making.
The last birthday Washington was
to celebrate in Philadelphia as chief
magistrate of the nation was in 1797,
and. naturally enough, there was an
extraordinary zest in the exercises on
that occasion. The press of the day
abounded in unusually highfaluting ref references
erences references to Washington's greatness, the
"upper case" box being largely over overworked
worked overworked in the composition of their eu eulogistic
logistic eulogistic articles. The day was usher ushered
ed ushered in by the customary salutes of can cannon
non cannon and bell ringing. Later the mem members
bers members of congress and the governor and
the legislature of the state called upon
the president officially. In the after afternoon
noon afternoon there was a reception at his house
that taxed its capacity to the utmost.
In the evening a ball was given at
Rlckett's amphitheater, which then oc occupied
cupied occupied the ground at the southwest
corner of Sixth and Chestnut streets.
This function, says Claypoole's Ameri American
can American Dally Advertiser, "for splendor,
taste and elegance was perhaps never
equaled by any similar entertainment
In the United States
The Advertiser also published a
French poem English having been ex exhausted
hausted exhausted in previous laudatory endeav endeavor
or endeavor certifying anew to Washington'?
character and ability. Immediately un under
der under the poem was printed an adver advertisement
tisement advertisement calling attention to the ball
that was to be given that night and
cautioning prospective guests not to
forget their tickets, and "if any sub subscribers
scribers subscribers through mistake should not
have received their tickets they are re requested
quested requested to leave notice in writing at
Mr. Oellers' hotel."
The last two birthdays of his life
Washington celebrated on the date set
by the old style calendar, Feb. 11.
In both years, according to his own
memoranda, he went up to Alexandria
from Mount Vernon, received the con congratulations
gratulations congratulations of his friends and partici participated
pated participated in the ball or the "maneuvers'
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estate. Eight center The mansion. Lower leftThe kitchen, Lower right Washington's tomb.

THE SPELL OF

IT VERNON
By JAMES A. EDCERTON.
Copyright. 1012, by American Press Asso
. elation. 1
TT has been nearly seventeen years
since I first saw Mount Vernon,
but the impression is yet fresh
nnd vivid. There were realiy two
views, one when I passed the place on
a Potomac boat and the other when 1
visited the home aud tomb. I cannot I
quite put into words the spell the spot
cast over me. aud perhaps to do so
would dispel some of the charm. I
have visited Mount Vernon since, but
never with the same feeling of exal exaltation
tation exaltation or the same revealing sense of
the greatness of him who dwelt there.
Probably I should explain at this
point that up to that time I had never
had the highest appreciation of the im immortal
mortal immortal George. While little more than
a boy I had read history somewhat and
formed a boy's conclusions. Washing Washington's
ton's Washington's attitude toward France in his last
days had impressed me as smacking of
ingratitude, his state coach and court
trimmings as having a touch of aris aristocracy
tocracy aristocracy and even his generalship as
revealing weak spots, since he could
not win victories or hold his army to together.
gether. together. More than all, being a Jeffer Jeffer-sonlan,
sonlan, Jeffer-sonlan, 1 resented his apparent leaning
toward Hamilton and the Federalists.
When Washington Laughed.
While I had scarcely formulated
these thoughts, they were lurking some somewhere
where somewhere in the back of my bead as 1
made my first journey to the historic
shrine. The trolley running to Mount
Vernon starts from Washington, cross crosses
es crosses the Potomac, whirls through the si silent
lent silent fields, red clay banks ana oak for
ests of Virginia, passes between the
ancient buildings and over the cobble cobblestones
stones cobblestones of Alexandria, hums across oth other
er other fields, forests and red clay gashes
in the landscape and finally brings up
at a small aud very modern cross be between
tween between a building and a shack near the
ancient gate of an estate.
It was a day iu September when 1
traversed all this, and I think the spell
began to work on me before 1 reached
the colonial gateway. The Sabbath
stillness perhaps had something to do
with it. Autumn sunshine has a
touch of magic in it anyway, especial especially
ly especially amid quiet hills and wooded
stretches.
Before reaching the house there was
a long run through the timber. It
must have been here that Justice
Dushrod Washington and Chief Jus Justice
tice Justice John Marshall, although he did
not become chief justice till Adams'
term, once were the cause of great
laughter to the immortal George. They
were on a visit to the general and had
brought along a change of clothes, so
that they could remove the stains of
travel. In the wood tbey stopped to
don the clean garments, only to dis discover
cover discover after disrobing that they had
left their bag and picked up that of a
peddler, so that in place of the neces necessary
sary necessary trousers and eoats they had only
a lot of old pots and kettles. Their
shouts of laughter at this discovery
brought the general to the scene, who,
when he saw their plight. laughed so
tremendously that he lay down on the
ground and rolled with great whoops.
Not dignified, you say. but very hu human
man human -withal and bringing us common
mortals closer to the Father of His
Country.-
Maybe this was the same wood and

if S l w 7 a .7 - t

maybe cot. Anyway It pleased me to
think so, nor did I want to spoil the
impression by stopping to inquire.
Once within the gate itself I remember
several great trees. I do not recall
what variety they were, only that they
were stately and solemn. Some of
them seemed old enough to have been
alive when G. W. was on earth.
Before the Tomb.
I am not goiug to describe Mount
Vernon. That has been done 50,000
times and isa bromide. I am only try trying
ing trying to tell its psychological effects on
one visitor. I wandered about in my
own way, asking no questions of any anybody.
body. anybody. I think it was when I was in
the house that the spell really began
to work, I saw the key of the Bastille
presented by Lafayette through Thom Thomas
as Thomas Paine, the music room, the living
and dining room, the hallway, the bed bedroom
room bedroom where Washington died, and all
the time I was soaking in a little more
of the impression. Then I got out on
the front veranda, a regular colonial
porch' with two story pillars, and look looked
ed looked down the steep, long hill to the
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WASHINGTON STATUE BT 3. Q, A. WAED.
shimmer of the Potomac. .By tin time
the spell was working overtime.
I hardly know what led my feet along
a walk gradually curving down the
hill among the trees. 1 knew not what
lay at the end. but only drifted on.
thinking many things and feeling
things that scarcely took the form of
thoughts. Suddenly the path curved
more sharply and ended at the door of
a tomb. On it. woven in Sowers, ap appeared
peared appeared the single name. "Washington"
It was here that the spell really took
hold of me with all its force. I had
an inner vision of the majesty and pu purity
rity purity of a great soul. I saw here the
hallowed shrine of a mights nation
and of races of men unborn. .This tomb
was an end and a beginning, the end
of a life, but the beginning of an
earthly as well as of a higher immor immortality.
tality. immortality. This grave, as much as that of
Abraham, marked the dawn of a new
era la the history of mankind.
In some subtle way, almost uncon unconsciously
sciously unconsciously to myself, my preconceived
notions of Washington crumbled and
gave place to others infinitely higher,
more sympathetic and more just.
There was uo tangible thing to con convince
vince convince me of error, no appeal to my
reason. So one spoke to me except an
old colored servant, who said that be
remembered Washington and looked
ancient enough to have done so. No

argument was maue. ret my heart
was won,' which is perhaps a gateway
to the understanding with us all.
As 1 walked slowlj' up the hill the
spell swept over me with even greater
power. I felt the thoughts of a nation
concentrated upon this place. They
were almost palpablel And not only
of a nation, but in a sense of all man mankind.
kind. mankind. Those in every land hoping for
better days and for the dawn of "Jus "Justice
tice "Justice thought of Washington. His name
had becoine the symbol of republican republicanism
ism republicanism aud liberty. It was no longer
that of a man only, but the badge of
a worldwide cause. Republics would
blossom all round the earth, and of
each one of them this man in some
sense would be the spiritual father.
Then I saw the character of this
white soul in a new light, hia unself unselfishness,
ishness, unselfishness, his patience, his faith, the
way he had won over great obstacles
and over heartbreaking desertions and
indifference. I thought of his longing
for this quiet and beautiful retreat
and how he gave it all up to serve his
fellow men. i saw his justice, his
balance, his wisdom, hi3 spiritual in insight.
sight. insight. More than all, I saw how he
had become emblematic of the hopes
of the race. Then J realized that the
defects which I had' beheld, even If
they existed, were but spots on the
sun. In the divine currents of his history
tory history things do not happen by accident
This man was the worthy leader of the
greatest group that had appeared on
earth in 1.S00 years,
Cincinnatus of the West.
From the broad bosom of the Poto Potomac
mac Potomac Mount Vernon presents yet a new
aspect. Here It Is seen as a slight rise,
a little hillock in the high shore line.
The house is scarcely visible among
the trees. The band plays as we pass
Jt, -and one involuntarily clutches off
a hat and feels a thrill and a choking,
for the spell again is on him the spell
of Washington, which is perhaps the
mightiest name In the political history
of the human race.
Standing by the railing of the boat
on this autumn day so long ago came
to my mind the stanza that Byron
added to his MOde to Napoleon:"
Where may the wearied eye repose
. When saztns on the great.
Where neither KuiUy glory 'Clows
Kor desr Scable state?
Yes, one, the first, the last, the best,
The Cincinnatus of the tvest.
Whom envy dared not hate.
Bequeathed the name of Washington
To make men blush there was but one.

.:
t AMERICA'S DEBT OF PIOUS J
- GRATITUDE.
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From Washington's first InausuraLj
No 'people can be bound to ac-
knowledge and adore the Invisi-
b!e hand which conducts the af-
f fairs of men more than those of
the United States. Every step
bv "which the? have advanced to
the character of aa independent.
j nation seems to have been distin-
X guished by some token of provl-
dential agency, and in the impor-
taut revolution just accomplish-
ed in the system of their united
government the tranquil deiiber- j.
ations and voluntary consent of
so many distinct communities
from-which the event has result-
i ed cannot be compared with the
means by which most govern-
t inents have been established
without some return of pious .ly
gratitude, along with an humble
anticipation of the future bless-
; ing which the past seem to pre-
sae.

DR. L. F. BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON

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OtAlA Efesma. ST Alt, SATtlUUV, F8RlFAfi 22, 1013

OGALA EVENING STAR
Bittloger erroU Proprietors.
XI, K. Carroil, Haslness 3lanager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.

Entered In the potofflce at Oeala,
Fla.., as second class jnall matter.
THE ORANGE COUNTY FAIR
Tuesday the annual Orange County
Fair opened, the occasion being an
auspicious on for Orlando, the county
seat, The eowd for the opening day
was very good, and the following day
between 3500, and 400 people were on
the grounds at 2 o'clock, the special
attraction lelng the flying of the
Rogers airship and the track races
lira. Rogers, since her husband's tragic
death, accovp inies the machine and is
a close w:ller of the aviator who
makes th Aucceasful fllgh'ts. Messrs.
Weller Cimichael, Gordon Moorhead
and Malcofm "Williams of Ocala, are
interested in the horse races and are
dally attendants. '
The main exhibit building Includes
a circle from which four wings ex
tend, the opposite f wings being of the
same length and filled with products
of exceptionally splendid grade. The
citrus exhibit, decidedly the best, and
the vegfcibles, are the only two ex
hlblts wlfrch exceli Marion county. A
great deal of skill was displayed in
arranging the exhibits, evidencing the
forethought and ability of the various
communities In showing off the pro products
ducts products to the very best advantage. A
fountain was filled with the very fin finest
est finest grade of all kind3 of vegetables
and the water continually trickling
down on them made one of the roost
attractive displays, which was closely
rivalled by two cakes of Ice, one fill
ed with orange blossoms and the other
with kumquats and slices of oranges,
An aquarium filled with fish from Or
ange county lakes attracted the eyes
of alL Kumquats were used by the
hundreds In garnishing the exhibits
Celery and pineapples were shown in
quantities along with many other dls
plays.
The domestic department was up
stairs and along with it was the dis
play from Rollins College and the
Florida Audubon Society exhibits. The
latter included eggs from everjr specie
of bird inhabitating the state and lit
erature in quantity was given to each
person Interested. That display alone
Is worth going miles Jto see ,and 13 of
great educational value to the school
children.
Johr nle Jones' carnival held forth on
the midway and was the drawing card
for thousands.
The fair grounds- were gaily decorat
ed with red, white, blue and yellow
bunting and dozens of flags were fly
ing. In town the main thoroughfares
were dtruns with similar decorations
and the stores, hotels and a large num
ber of private residences were dressed
for the occasion, : showing that the
individuals were taking the keenest
Interest in the wellfare of the county.
It Is buch enthusiasm that makes un
dertakings of that sort successful.
The rest room is commodious and
fitted up most conveniently for the
comfort of the out of town visitor.
Mrs. Gay Livingston, nee Miss Alta
Pearson of Ocala, was a Tuesday vis
itor, having come from her home in
Kisslmmee with a party of friends,
While in Orlando she was the guest of
Misses "Willie and Jean Persons.
Messrs. IL S. Hall, Emmett Robinson
and Bruce Meffert were numbered
among the prominent out of town vis
itors.
Orlando claims some of the hand
somest homes In the state and its
driveways are kept in splendid condi
tion and in scenery will compare fav
orably with any In the country.
The poultry and live stock exhibit
was not so good as In former years
AH of the highway between Ocala
and Orlando is either hardened or
straw ed except from Lake Weir to
Lake county's boundary line and to
travel that stretch is worse than try
lng to follow the lines of a corkscrew.
The remainder of the road is in splen
did shape and a motorist travels thru
some of the prettiest sections of Flor
Ida. At this season the air Is heavily
laden with the fragrance of the orange
blossoms. Quantities of citrus fruits
are still on the trees, the owners
waiting for better prices.
The following towns are on the
main highway: Leesburg, Tavares, Mt
Dora and Apopka. At each of these
places tourists filled the streets.
A traveler dally passes parties
motoring through the state and the
pennants an the cars show that peo
pie from all sections of the country
take enough Interest in Florida to
make it a visit.
MORE nOXOR TO OCAL.VS MAYOR
A special to the Tampa Times from
St. Louis says that Governor Trammell
has appointed Mayor .Robertson of
Ocala a member of the fourth Amerl
can Peace Congress, which meets in St
Louis May 1 to 3. The other delegates
from Florida will be F. M. Slmonton
Tampa; Joseph Sears, Kisslmmee; Bobo
Dean; Miami, IL A. B. McKenzIe, Pa
latka; W. H. Baker, Jacksonville; J. L.
Young, Plant City.
GAVE THE TOGA TO GOFF
Nathan B. Goff, Judge of the United
States circuit court of appeals, a re
publican, was elected United States
senator Friday by a Joint session of
the West Virginia legislature to sue
ceed Clarence W. Watson, democratic
Incumbent.
Mr. R. L. Anderson has Teturned
from a business trip down the Pinellas
peninsula. He found that favored Te
glon busy, prosperous and thronged
with tourists. Mr. Anderson is a firm
believer in good roads, and thinks th
state would minister to Its own pros
perlty by bonding for Improved high
ways. He has promised the Star an
article on the subject, and as he is a
scholarly and forceful writer as well
as speaker whatever he writes is sure
to be read with Interest.
Mr. Ed. L "Vfartmann, who was in
the city yesterday afternoon, "brought
the sad Intelligence that Mr. J. B. "Bor
land, one of Citra's most esteemed
men, who has been very 111, Is not ex expected
pected expected to recover.
The signature to the Interesting let letter,
ter, letter, "Orange Lako to Jacksonville," in
our last issue should have been "M. N.
Gist," instead of "W. N. Gist."
The election for a Toad and bridge
sub-district in Fort McCoy and Orange
Springs and Eureka precincts on the
fifteenth resulted in a decision for the
roads. The Star has not obtained the
figures, but they were largely In favor
of the proposition. That enterprising enterprising-corner
corner enterprising-corner of the county sets a good ex example
ample example to the others.
Capt. Jim Smoak was In town yester yesterday
day yesterday and reported everything lovely at
Sliver Springs. Captain Jim had to

take the cook's place on the City of
Ocala on her laat trJp, and all who

were aboard have demanded that he
let .them know when it happens again,
bo they can have another chance at
hia cooking. The City of, Ocsla is
bringing lot of people on every trip,
and the Hart; Line boats are crowded.
CARMICIIAELS COXTIXLE THEIR
WORK OF CONSTRUCTION
The Messrs. Carmichael & Son Co.
have lorn out the last remaining
wooden building facing oa Magnolia
street on their property near the Sea
board depol, and are laying the foui-
dation for new two-story brick store
with roorri In the second story for
housekeep"ig or hotel purposes. This
space, that Is to be filled, is between
the recently built brick block and the
one-story 't brick store occupied by
Ollie Mor Is. The space is 45x90 and
will contain two stores, one twenty
and the ;ther twenty-five feet front
age. -Th Mordis building will have
another tory added, and thls story
will be used tor living rooms. This
will make one solid brick, two-story
front lof Messrs. Carmichael & Son
over 200 feet in length. Thi3 property
a year ago, with the exception of the
Mordis building, was old, unattractive
looking wooden structures. It is 'an
other step in the line of progress for
Ocala, in which progress and dvelop-r
ment this firm has done Its full share,
SVPERIXTEDEXT HAS BEEN
VISITING THE SCHOOLS
Last night Superintendent Brinson
returned from a tour of Inspection of
the schools In the southern part of the
county in the vicinity of Lake Weir.
He called on the schools at Capulet,
Candler, Oklawaha, Welrsdale and
South Lake Weir. He stopped at the
lot sale at Woodmar on Thursday and
came In by way of Summerfield last
night.
TURKISH SOLDIERS CAMPING
OX THE PLAINS OF TROY
The correspondent of the London
Mail, telegraphing from a port on the
Dardanelles under date of February
19, says:
"Twelve thousand Turkish troops
from Gallipoli are being landed here
from a constant succession of steamers
to resist an expected Greek landing in
Besika fcay. Entrenchments already
have been prepared on the historic
plains of Troy. The Turkish troops
are bivouacing under severe condl
tions, huddled around flickering camp
fires at night in a bitter north wind on
the shelterless snow-covered heights.
DESIRES TO EMULATE DIAZ
That the new administration in Me
ico expects to use the methods of Po
flrio Diaz so far as possible in govern governing
ing governing the country was made evident Fri
day in a conversation General Hueria
the provisional president, had with the
newspaper men.
Huerta declared that no matter wfrat
the cost should be or who the nen
were who paid it, peace would be re
stored in Mexico. He said It washls
ambition that when he left the presi
dency people would say of him:
"He has restored order throughout
Mexico, made safe the investments of
money and rendered secure the lives
and interests of all, both foreigners
and Mexicans."
AGATIIERIDAN SOCIETY
The Agatheridan Society held Its
regular meeting yesterday afternoon,
After the minutes of the preceding
meeting had been read and approved
the following program was rendered
Subject In the Public Eye.
Song, There's Music in the Air By
school.
Essay, The New School for Texas-
Nan Brooks.
Essay, Panama Duplicated Vivienne
Eycleshimer.
Essay, Abolishing the Postage Stamp
Sam Burford.
' Piano solo, Carlton Irvin.
Essay, Picking Power from the Air
Katie May Eagleton.
Recitation, The Blue and the Gray
Avalee Lee Edwards.
Essay, General Savoff, the Hero of
Balkans Sidney Harold.
Debate: Resolved, That a Canal
Should be Built Across Florida. Af Affirmative,
firmative, Affirmative, Linn Sanders, Inez Sandlfer;
negative, Westlake Hollinrake, Ruby
Fausett.
Paper Fred Meffert.
The judges, Nellie Beckham, Homer
Small and Sam Burford, decided in
favor of the negative.
After the reports of the critics, this
being the afternoon for the election of
officers, nominations were In order,
and the following were elected.
President Carlton Irvin.
Vice President John Batts.
Secretary Welsh Dewey.
Sergeants-at-arms Alfred Green and
Sam Burford. .
There being no further business to
come before the house, the society ad adjourned
journed adjourned to meet again Feb. 28, 1913.
OPEN DAY AXli TVTGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour. Ad.
OLLIE MORDIS' MARKET OPEN
Th market formerly Known as the
Ollie Mordis is now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and fish.
Orders by phone will receive prompt
Tttentlon. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right.
Yours respectfully,
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS.
Dealer In Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. V. OF A
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
month. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M-
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. 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
shoy. Will sell either or both cheap
for cash. Write at once If Interested.
Oca.a Star. Ocala, Fla.
BOARDING HOUSE FOR SALE
An eight-room boarding house, well
furnished, centrally located, doing nice
business, electric lights, phone, bath,
etc. Will seH everything except house.
Call phone 378 if Interested. Ad.
For first class automoTno service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C Geiger. Ad.
KNIGHTS OF TTTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle HalL over Peyser's Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins. C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. It. S, Ad.

AT THE CHtlttCHES TOMORROW

Episcopal
Rev. Jas. G. Glass, Rector In Charge
7:30 a. m. Communion.
'JO a. m. Sunday schooL
11 a. m. Sermon.
Baptist
Bunyan Stephens, Fastor.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
It a. m. Preaching servica
Preaching by Rev. II. IL Holcomb,
evengellst, assisted by Prof. Blanken-
shlp, choir leader.
Subject of sermon: Heaven.
3:30 p. m. Junior Union.
6:45 p. m. Senior Union.
7:30 p. m. Preaching service.
Rev. H: R. Holeomb will preach.
Subject, The Great White Throne.
A hearty welcome to alL
Methodist
Rev. J. B. Ley, Pastor.
3:30 a. m. Sunday school. Sixteen
ships In ; the fleet now. You should
see them move.
. 11 a. m. Preaching. Subject, "The
Price and Pricelessness of Pardon."
3:30 p. m. Senior Ep worth League.
7:30 p. nw-Union evangelistic ser
vice. Mr. Edward McKenzie will have
charge of the music. Sermon by
Evangelist "Bob"" Jones.
Presbyterian
(Pastor, Rev". W. IL Dodge, D. D.)
9:45 a. i. Sunday School
11 a. m Sermon. Subject, "A Life's
Best Asset." This will be a sermon
for parents and all persons interested
in the city's welfare. It will be a plain
and practical talk, devoid of sensa-
tionalisni Everybody Invited.
3 p. nL The Junior Missionary So
ciety, f
No evening service.
A cordial invitation extended to all.
Thursday at 3 p. m. the Ladies'
Home and Foreign Missionary Society
will hold Its regular meeting at the
manse.
Christian
- tW. II. Coleman, Minister.)
10 a. m. Sunday SchooL
11 a. m. Sermon, "A Great Mistake.
3 p. m. Junior C. E.,
7:30 p. m, The church will join In
the union meeting at the Metnodist
church.
Music by "orchestra.
Everybody welcome.
Junior C. E. Program
Topic, "Opportunities."
Text, Acts 8:26-31.
Led by Jesse Cowdrick.
Song.
Prayer. v
Alternate reading of lesson.
Philip's Opportunity and Our Oppor
tunlty. V
Story of Philip 'told by members.
Lesson story Elizabeth Wetherbee
and Olive Whaley.
Sentence prayers.
Bible drill.
Discussion of lesson.
Mission study Mrs. Thompson.
.Minutes of last meeting.
' Roll call.
Mlzpah.
BOn" JONES, EVANGELIST
Rev. R. R. Jones, of Montgomery.
Ala., who prefers the sobriquet of
"Bob," will be on hand to begin the
series of evangelistic services accord according
ing according to schedule. Mr. Jones, though a
young man, has grown to the position
he now occupies as one of the leading
evangelists of the country by sheer
force of his splendid genius, fully bap
tized and led by the Divine Spirit. We
do not presume to give even In brief
est summary a pen portrait of this
more than ordinary man. Our people
will hear him. Everybody will even
those who dislike hl3 methods, and re
fuse his appeals. You will be charmed
and fascinated by his commanding
ability and forced to accept his ab
solute honesty and sincerity. A prom
inent business man of Ocala said to me
yesterday: "I know 'Bob' Jones. Yes
I've heard him. You do not really
know how much Ocala Is indebted to
you for having secured his presence
Knowing him as I do, I would pay my
expenses gladly from Jacksonville to
hear him."
Edward McKenzIe
This evangelist leader of song will
delight and charm our people. He has
sung with the late Sam P. Jones in
many of his great meetings. He has
traveled with George Stuart and is
recognized as a really great singer of
sacred music and leader of sacred
song. You should not let an oppor
tunity pass to hear this gifted man as
he sings the gospel of law and peace,
J. B. Ley.
NOTICE
The Eastern Star sewing circle will
not meet with Mrs. Lewis Yonce Tues
day afternoon on account of the ser
ious illness of her brother, but will
meet at Yonge hall at 3 p. m. instead
FAIR EXCHANGE
A New Back for an Old One How an
Ocala Resident Made a Bad
Rack Strong;
The back aches at times with a dull,
Indescribable feeling, making you
weary and restless; piercing pains
shoot across the region of the kid
neys, and again the loins are so lame
that you stoop In agony. No use to
rub or apply a plaster to the back if
the kidneys are weak. Yon cannot
reach the cause. Follow the example
of this Ocala citizen.
M. Peterson, 177 N. Magnolia street,
Ocala, Fla., says: "I do not hesitate to
recommend Doan'a Kidney Pills. I was
annoyed by lame back and pains
through my kidneys that made it hard
for me to stoop. I used two boxes of
Doan's Kidney Pills and they certain certainly
ly certainly did me a world of good. My kidneys
were strengthened and the pain and
soreness In my back was removed."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. Ad. 6
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.
EEADTHIS
The Texas Wonder cures kidney and
bladder trouble, removing gTavel,
cures diabetes, weak and lame backs,
rheumatism and all irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder In both men
and women. Regmlates bladder trou troubles
bles troubles in children. If not sold by your
druggist, will be sent by mail on re receipt
ceipt receipt of ?1. One small bottle Is two
months' treatment and seldom fails to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from this and other states. Dr. E. W.
Hall, 2096 Olive street, St Louis. Mo.
Gold by all druggists. Ad.

An Excellent Entertainment
Miss Georgia Ray McMillan gave an:

excellent entertainment at the Temple ',
last night. She is a splendid reader
and impersonator, and her talent was!
well supported by music furnished by
Misses Gertie Peyser and Theo Wallis.
The Star regrets to say that the au
dience, tho appreciative, was Tather
smalL
Six Reels and Vaudeville at the Temple
The finest 5 and 10 cent program we
have ever shown tonight; Just full of
features. There will be six fine up-to-date
western, comedy and dramatic
pictures,, two of our old friends being
featured. Alkali Ike and Maurice Mos-
tello, and then there will be a special
Washington's birthday vaudeville act
by Miss Eleanor Cameron, the girl
with the captivating voice. Amateurs
will appear tonight. Look over this
list of pictures:
"Alkali Ike's Motorcycle." "A side
splitting comedy, featuring the fun funniest
niest funniest of comedians, Augustus Carney.
"The Night Before Christmas." Fea
turing Maurice Costello, the popular
dramatic actor.
"The Rise and Fall of Mickey." Still
more comedy.
"The Sheriff's Brother." A western
story, and a dandy.
"From the Submerged." A beautiful
dramatic story. :
"Too Many Caseys." A great Irish
comedy.-
Kins- of the Forest
The Kings of the Forest at the Ideal
is the next big feature to appear at
this theater, next Wednesday, Feb. 26,
matinee and night. This picture is
produced by the Selig players and
consists of 2000 feet In two acts and is
conceded to be the most thrilling, edu
cational, instructive picture that has
ever appeared here. A story of power
and acting that grips.
Happy K iincn or Hits
"The Newlyweds and Their Baby,'
the big muvic farcfality which will be
at the Temple Theater Tuesday night,
is reportf-d to have registered one of
the biggst hits of Its kind on the
Amerlcaa stage the past season. The
critics Jn New York, Chicago and Bos
ton, all wrote columns of praise about
the piece during its long runs in those
cities.
5 '"'"i
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The NEWLYWEDS and THEIR BABY
TEMPLE THEATER
TUESDAY, FEB. 25 In.
The Merry Musical
Comedy
"THE NEWLYWEDS
AND THEIR
BABY"
60 1-2 PEOPLE 60 1-2
75 per cent of 'em GIRLS
The Biggest acd Best Musical
Drama Coming to Ocala
This Season
PRICES 5Cc, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50
Tickets on Sale at Court
Pharmacy
VOTE W
OF THE-
SEE THE BEAUTIFUL
$100 DIAMOND RING
NOW ON DISPLAY AT
BUM'S JEWELRY STORE
To be presented to the young lady
receiving the greatest popular vote.
Contest opens Monday, February 24,
closes Tuesday afternoon, March 4 th,
on the carnival grounds.
Voting boxes at Court Pharmacy,
Tydings Pharmacy, Annex Drugstore
and Burnett's jewelry store.
VOTES ONE CENT EACH
VOTES RECORDED DAILY

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This bank's continually growing business enables us to render
customers the "Best" in banking business.
Your business entrusted to our care will be handled with dis dispatch,
patch, dispatch, accuracy and care.

'Tine Mmufos CMaiiniMIss
OCALA - -

QUEEN OF THE CARNIVAL
Loyal Order of Moose Will Crown the
Most Eopnlar Yoaig Lady
The members of the Moose will add
to the interest of the carnival which is
coming to the city week after next by
a contest to decide who is the most
popular young lady, who will be
crowned queen of the carnival and
presented with a hundred-dollar dia
mond ring.
A number of young ladies have al
ready been nominated, and as they are
all pretty and popular and have de devoted
voted devoted adherents, the contest promises
to be lively.
The Star will print the terras of the
contest and the names of the candi
dates In a day or so. In the meantime,
if you desire to make a nomination,
see Mr. Heron Todd, who is chairman
of the carnival committee, or Mr. E. L
Stapp, secretary of the lodge.
SCHEDULE FOR THE SEASON
Of the Theatrical Attractions Booked
for the Temple
Feb. 25 Newlyweds and Their Baby.
March 7th Borne talent.
March 10 Human Hearts.
March 11 The Man, the Girl and the
Game.
March 25 Evans Honey Boy Min
strels.
BUY SOON UK BE SORRT
Prices of all unsold lake front lots
at Lake Weir will be advanced Jan January
uary January 15th. R. L Martin, Merchants'
block, Ocala, Fla. 1-13-14
SOMETHING NEW
A real washing machine on exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition in the old Air Dome on Oklawaha
avenue, opposite court, house, Ocala,
Fla. We invite the public to come
and see us demonstrate the machine,
ltw JOHN DEISCH.
Representing the Royal Laundry Ma Ma-!
! Ma-! chine Co., Constantine, Mich.
FOR SALE OR RENT 80 acres of
land, part of .which is under cultiva cultivation;
tion; cultivation; 2-story house, large barn and
other buildings. Plenty of. fruit trees,
orange, peach, pear, plum, etc, one and
a half miles north of Leroy. Will sell
all or a part. Address, Mrs. Lydia A.
Holmes, owner, Leroy, Fla. 2-14-4 tw
XOTICE TO GREENWOOD
CEMETERY LOT OWNERS
. All Greenwood cemetery lot owners
who wish the ladies' association to
care for their lots, and who have not
sent to the treasurer, Mrs. C. R- Ty Ty-dlngs,
dlngs, Ty-dlngs, their yearly dues, are requested
to do so at once. Notices have been
sent to all the old members asking for
cooperation in this work, but as we
have not the "names ofmahy of the re recent
cent recent purchasers of lots, we take this
means of urging upon them the Im Importance
portance Importance of becoming members of the
association. We want our cemetery to
be a credit to the city, and by expend expending
ing expending four, five or seven dollars a year,
according to the size of your lot, we
can make Greenwood cemetery beauti beautiful.
ful. beautiful. L G. C. Association,
Mrs. J. E. Chace, Secretary.
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. Herblne 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 60c
Sold by all druggists. Adv.
Many beautiful pieces i of hand hand-painted
painted hand-painted china at Burnett, the Jewel Jeweler's.
er's. Jeweler's. Ad.
. There Is no better medicine made for
colds than Chamberla'n's Cough Rem Remedy.
edy. Remedy. It acts on nature's plan, relieves
the lungs, opens the secretions, aids
expectorations; and restores the system
to a healthy condition. For sale by all
dealers. Adv.
Are you troubled witn roache3? Then
try a box of Magic Hoodoo roach pow powder
der powder at the Court Pharmacy. Adv.
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
ous Porous Plaster free with each bottle. Sold
by all druggists. Adv.
Edison phonographs and nearly two
thousand records to select from at A.
E. Burnett's. Ad.
"From the Manger to the Cros3,"
Temple tonight. Adv.
NOTICE
Shall the City Limits be Exteadedr
The city council adjourned Thursday
night to Wednesday night, Feb. 26th,
for the purpose of considering the
matter of extending the city limits of
Ocala, and all citizens are invited to
be present and express their views.
Meeting will be held at council cham chambers,
bers, chambers, 7:30 p. m. H. C jSistrunk,
City Clerk.
ARE YOU A COLD S UFFEItEH T
Take Dr. King's New Discovery. The
best cough, cold, throat and lung med medicine
icine medicine made. Money refunded If it falls
to cure you. Do not hes'tate take It
at our risk. First dose helps. J. R.
Wells, Floyd ada, Texas, writes: "Dr.
King's New Discovery cured my terri terrible
ble terrible cough and cold. I gained 15
pounds. Buy it at Tydingi & Co. Ad.
MANUSCRIPT COVERS
An elegant line or lawyers manu manuscript
script manuscript covers. In any color that could
be desired. Just received at the Star
office, AIL
Pickard's fine Itand-pamted china at
Burnett, the Jeweler's. Ad.

REM. ESTATE

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT
Agent for a dozen of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the
country. Thoroughly competent to care for your insurance business.
I Will be Pleased to Care for Your Business in Any of These Lines,

F. W. DITTO

About what you are going to have
for lunch. Look this list over
and make your selection
LIVER SAUSAGE
SLICED DRIED BEEF
SLICED BOILED HAM
SLICED WED HAM
FRANKFURTER SAUSAGE
BONELESS PIG FEET Pressed
PORK SAUSAGE Country Style
SLICED GERMAN SALOMI SAUSAGE

The above goods are sliced as we get the orders and
they are ready for use when you get them. We slice
Breakfast bacon too, and it is the kind that cooks nice
and crisp.
You should see our slicing machine work, and our
display of the above goods.

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FLORIDA
ARTO IlUSIIRAWf.E
REAL ESTATE
Town property, improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, sxe.ofal etaoin etao sard
improved, for sale. Real profit profit-bringing
bringing profit-bringing Investments.
Orange Groves .Jetaol etoai shrd
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Groves or almost anything you
n- cn sn f kvrr c? r out
RENTAL DEPARTMENT
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
the taxes.

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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 me the best way to save, I say,
THE WAY TO SAVE HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH

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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 !!ggor 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
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cooking.
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
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Undertaker Smith, pnones 10 and 91.
K. of P. meet Monday night night-Elks
Elks night-Elks meet Tuesday evening:.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
Maurice Costello, Temple toalsfct. ad
WhlU CloTer Flour is better,
your grocer.
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Maurice Costello, Temple toalffat. ad
P. DuBose of Blakely, Gau, is at
the Oca la House.
Icy-Hot bottles at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Ad.
Mrs. J. C. Walker of Floral City was
at the Ocala House last night.
Cyril Taft of the Bowman Realty
Company Is at the Harrington.
Miss Jessie Owens of Sparr was a
guest of the Ocala House last night.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Lawrence H. Smith of Chattanooga is
at the Harrington.
Mr. G. F. Metzger left today for a
business trip to Palatka.
H. C. Miller of Burbank was at the
Harrington yesterday.
Mr, Ed Dreyfous has returned from
his trip to Jacksonville.
Mrs. P. Elkins of Irglis was at the
Ocala House last night.
J. E. Richards of East Orange, N.
was at the Ocala House last night.
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SIX ROOM COTTAGE FOR RENT
Apply to Mrs. R. X. Fuller. 1-5
Mr. and Mrs: J. J. Culp of
Mich., are at the Harrington.
Ionia,
. Mr. R. O. Corbett of Moultrie, Ga., is
at the Ocala House.
Mr. E. E. Perkins of Fort McCoy was
at the Ocala House today.
Fine watches In any style for ladles
and gentlemen at any price desired, at
A. E. Burnett's. Ad.
Mr. W. F. Lindley, a veteran special
writer from New York, is spending
some time in the city.
Solid and filled chains, the best for
the money, and guaranteed as repre represented.
sented. represented. A, E. Burnett Ad.
James H. Canfleld of Pittsburg and
A. Stilliman of Philadelphia, are at the
Harrington.
Pearl tooth brushes are sold at
Gerig's Drug Stores at 25c. and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ad.
News comes from Orlando that Mai
colm Williams and Maud are winninj
those blue ribbons right along.
Stop coughing by using Cherry Bark
Cough Syrup. Sold only at the Rexall
Stores. Ad.
Chas. S. and J. Mansourl of New York
and Jas. B. Lowrey of New Orleans
are at the Harrington.
Shoe polish.
We have anything you
need for shoes In stock at
Pharmacy. Adv.
the Court
Mr. William Hocker
nas. returned
to Southwest
from a business trip
Florida.
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John Danny, the man who's funnji
ami other good picture, Ideal tonight,
One prlee all the time. 5 and 10 cent,
S. Rosenberg, the live representative
of the J. Hamburger Co., is at the Ocala
House.
Beck's hard water- soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Mr. and Mrs. Theo S. Sandridge of
Atlanta were at the Harrington last
night.
- Messrs. F. W. Sprado and Wm. H.
Haffley of Woodmar were at the Har Harrington
rington Harrington last night.
LOST Stick, pin, brown Egyptian
prin'cess head set in gold. Reward of
fered for its return to the express of
fice. 10-2 1-tf
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Miss Cleo Johns, manager of the
Dunnellon Advocate, was in town yes yesterday
terday yesterday on business for that office.
C R. Thrash of Gainesville, Joe Ear
man of Jacksonville and Jas. S. Upsop
of Valdosta and Ernest Blgelow ocf
New Bern, N. C, were at the Harring-
ton last night.
Cur twins low prices and reliable
quality have brought us the largest
children's shoe trade in the city. H. B.
Masters Company. Adv.
Tom Harrii day clerk at the Har Harrington,
rington, Harrington, is wfcaring a big smile and a
great big Gedrge Washington medal in
honor of the day.
Maurice Cornel I o, Temple tonight, ad
John Bonny, the man irko't fanny,
and ether gool pictures, Ideal tonight.
One price alt the time, S and 10 cents.
The Kings f the Forest, that great
sensational and Instructive animal pie pie-tare,
tare, pie-tare, by the Sellg players, Is the fea
ture at the Ideal Wednesday, matinee
and night, Feb. 26th. One price all
the time, S asd lO cents. Ad?.
Prof. Wade Hampton Morgan, the ef
ficient teacher In the Pedro school, was
in town todaj-, interviewing Superin
tendent Brinaon.
MEN We v-ill teach barber trade
quickly, cheaply, thoroughly and fur
nish tools. .Write for catalogue. Moler
College, Atlanta, Ga. 10-22
John Bumy, the man wk'j funny
and other god pictures, Ideal tonight.
One price all the time, 5 and 10 cents.
Jim Johnson, a colored barkeeper
who has been with Keating & Co., for
a long time, died Thursday and was
buried today. Mr. E. C. Smith, had
charge of the arrangements.
EGGS FOR SALS
Barred Plymouth Rock and Indian
Runner duck eggs, 11 per setting. IL
S. Wesson. Ocala 2-15-lm

A REQUEST

If you are interested in our new Ma
rion County Hospital, you are urgently
requested to meet at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp tonight at
7:4 o'clock.
All members of the Ladies Auxiliary
are expected to bring with them their
husbands and any friends who will co cooperate
operate cooperate with us in pushing to comple completion
tion completion the work on the building.
Come tonight whether or not you
have before taken any interest in this
branch of public work. We need your
help, and you may some day need the
hospital. Ladies Auxiliary Board,
To Marion County Hospital.
FAIR FOR THE WO 31 AX'S CLUB
A demonstration fair under the aus auspices
pices auspices of the Woman's Club, will be
held in the Armory, March 7-8.
Spaces have been sold to many of
our merchants, who will exhibit a line
of goods from their stores. Members
of the club will have charge of the
different booths and demonstrate the
wares assigned to them.
Miss Agnes Harris of Tallahassee,
will be here and give lectures on do domestic
mestic domestic science with practical demon demonstrations.
strations. demonstrations. Admission free.
XO BASKETBALL GAME
A telegram was received this morn morning
ing morning from Gainesville stating that the
Gainesville high school basketball
girls, who were coming through the
country in automobiles, to play the
Phi Sigma team, would not attempt the
trip on account of the bad weather.
Consequently, there will be no game
this afternoon.
AYER WILL BE ABSENT
Dr. C. B. Aver, of the dental firm of
Fuller & Ayer, will be absent from the
office for ten days, on account of the
illness of his brother. Anyone wish wishing
ing wishing to see Dr. Ayer, will please call
on Dr. Fuller.
SHIPPED COWS DOWX
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Mr. IL H. Whit worth shipped to
South Florida this week two of his
fine Jersey milk cows. Mr. jWhit-
worth's advertisement in the Star
brought him the order.
EASTERN STAR 3IEET13TG
Ocala chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
Xnet
at
Yonge's hall Friday afternoon, havin
a splendid attendance.
Four applications were ballotedym
and accepted for 'nitiation next meet meeting
ing meeting The chapter was pleased to. have as
visitors at this meeting Mrs. Herman
N. Clute, past worthy matron of a
chapter in Chicago and Mrs. Harley,
who recently moved here from Quincy.
Both-ladies responded to a request for
a talk in a pleasant manner.
After the close of the chapter sand sandwiches
wiches sandwiches and coffee was served by. Mrs.
George ; McGahagin and Mrs. Jake
Brown.
; O0 PIAXO AT f 149.50
:I have in my possession, because of
the failure of a piano concern, a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful upright mahogany piano, abso absolutely
lutely absolutely new, never having been unbox unboxed,
ed, unboxed, which must be sold at Once. Piano
guaranteed by factory for ten years.
Read .this description. Compare it with
any $400 instrument and you will ap appreciate
preciate appreciate the opportunity more: Height,
four feet 9Va Inches; case double ve veneered;
neered; veneered; full metal plate bronzed;
bushed tuning pins; coppered bass
strings; brass pedals and hinges; fine
repeating action; genuine Parisian
ivory keys, guaranteed not to turn yel yellow,"
low," yellow," with a, rich mellow tone. $149.50
takes the piano. 10-22-ltd
Edward Smering, Piano Tuner,
Cara-Magnolia Rooming Apartments.
carguM
Dr., Cliffords Aver was called to At-
lanta todayiby) a telegram stating that
his brother, 1r. GuyJX-Ayer, was very
sick. Dr. Ay-W will be absent about
Xten days
Mnnrlee Costello, Temple tonight, ad
Mr. D. W. Tompkins returned yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon from a trip to Atlanta
Mr. Tompkins had the luqk to find
just what he wanted "n a lot of fine
horses and mules, and had them ship shipped
ped shipped at once. They will be here today,
and anybody in need of good stock
should see them at once.
Alkali Ifee, Temple tonight. Adv.
Mr. C. Green is fortunate in securin
for a return engagement the Trojan
Concert Company, the members of
which pleased the- theatergoers of
Ocala on two previous occasions. The.
Trojan Concert Company will be at the
Temple Theater next Wednesday and
Thursday, matinee and night.
Six reels and vaudeville, Temple to
night. Adv.
James, Hugb and Bob, the enterpTis
ing little son;? of Dr. Ed Chace, are
amusing themselves and setting a good
example by making a garden on the
lot next their home.
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Six reels and vaudeville, Temple to
night. Adv.
The Star doesn't see how the Ocala
schools can be expected to keep any of
their young lady teachers. One of them
made a lovely hat this morning, and. If
we told her name we know she would
have at least six proposals by Easter
if she refused the first five.
Alkali Ike, Temple tonight. Adv.
Mr. Louis E. May, with the Ideal
theater, pulled off a Tegular moving
picture stunt this morning. Mr. May
and Mr. Robinson were driving around
with a spirited little horse and buggy,
and made the mistake of leaving the
horse standing alone for a few min minutes.
utes. minutes. Something frightened the ani
mal and he started to run. Mr. May
saw him and started to run, too. The
horse would have made his getaway,
but Mr. May succeeded in coming close
enough for a flying leap, which landed
him in the back of the buggy in time
to grab the lines and pull the horse up.
They do say that Mr. May learned how
to jump in Kansas, where the grass
hoppers sometimes eat the crops if
they are not caught in time. But he
declares that it was not an advertis
ing scheme on his part.
John Bnmny, the ma who's tammy,
aad ether Rood pictures, Ideal toalght.
One prlee all the time, 5 and 10 eeat.
Beck's hard water soap,, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Six reels and vaudeville, Temple to tonight
night tonight Adv.
COOK WANTED A good cook and
house girl wanted In Ocala. Must stay
on place. Good wages. Apply to Star
office. 2-lS-6td

111 III AFFAIRS

Mlu Ladle Kohlasoa Hotes
WUat Club
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Mrs. Raymond Goux of Detroit,
Michigan, who with her husband Is the
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Robinson on Wenona street, was
the lovely guest yesterday afternoon
of a whist party given by her pretty
young sister. Miss Lacile Robinson.
The rooms where the four tables
were arranged were tastefully dec decorated,
orated, decorated, the color scheme of pink and
white being carried out by the use of
quantities of roses and with them were
delicate sprays of asparagus fern. The
lights were shaded with pink and the
chandeliers twined with fern.
Miss Robinson informally greeted her
guests and receiving with her was
Mrs. Goux, who charmingly entertain
ed them until all had arrived.
The games of whist were most pleas
ant and scores were marked on at attractive
tractive attractive cupids, hand-painted by Mrs.
Goux. The top scorer,' Miss Musie
Bullock, was awarded the prize, two
pretty handkerchiefs and a similar
prize was presented to the honoree.
When the games were concluded the
hostess, assisted by her mother, served
her guests to delicious pineapple salad,
wafers, etc., and then an Ice course.
the cream, cake and mints carrying out
the color idea. Candied and nut meat
were passed.
Enjoying this part, which was one
of the most delightful given during the
week, were Dr. and Mrs. Goux, Misses
Alice Bullock, Mattie Williams, Mary
McDowell, Kathleen Jackson, Marian
Dewey, Musie Bullock, Rosebud Rob
inson, Ethel Seymour, Elizabeth New New-som,
som, New-som, Nellie Gottlieb, Josephine Bullock,
Rhoda Liddon, Mrs. D. W. Davis, Mrs.
C. E. Ah earn and Mrs. R. B. Bullock.
YoaBg Ladles' Bridge Club Entertained
by 311ms llittinger
At 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon the
members of the Young Ladies' Bridge
Club met with Miss Adele Bittinger
for its regular Friday play and the
games as usual were greatly enjoyed.
Playing at the three tables were the
hostess' cousin, jMlss iMuriel Bittinger
of Plymouth, Mass., Ifiss Emma Nelson
of Tampa, Misses Beiilah Hall, Minnie
Stovall, MarieFonf Engelken, Mary
Burford, Eugenia Fjiller, Clara John Johnson,
son, Johnson, Annie Davis, Bettie Mclver and
Annie Atkinson and Hope Robinson.
Top score was made by Miss Annie
Atkinson, who was given the regular
club prize.
After the games deviled crab mea
pickles, wafers and mint )ce were
l-served by Miss Bittinger.
iss Hall will entertain the cliib
next week.
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For Mrs. Ilenjamln
One of the lovely affairs
of next
J. Gerig,
her spe-
week will be given by Mrs. J.
who will entertain a few of
cial friends Friday afternoon
at 2:30
o'clock for Mrs. Charles Frederick
Benjamin of Alexandria Bay, N. Y.
Miss Beulah Hall, who lias been
staying at the home of Mrs. E.. v an
Hood this winter, is now keeping
house for her father, Mr. T. C. Hall, at
their home on Buckalew Heights.
Mrs. Edward Holder, accompanied
by Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce and Miss Alice
Bullock, motored to Eustls this morn-
ng to attend the George Washington
birthday celebration.
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Messrs. Julian Bullock and Frederick
Hocker, students at the Florida Uni
versity, are spending the week end in
town with relatives.
Mr. T. F. Alexander has returned to
Tampa after spending two days with
his wife, who is quite sick with fever
at the home of her parents, Rev. and
Mrs. J. B. Ley.
Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle, who teaches
at Kendrlck, will be with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Carlisle until early
Monday morning.
Dr. D. M. Smith Is rapidly 'mproving
and will soon be able to be at his office
again. Mrs. Smith' 13 also much im
proved.
Rev. W. II. Coleman, arter several
days of sickness, is able to be out
again, tho not very Tobust yet.
Mr. Geo. L Taylor continues to Im
prove from his recent severe sickness.
Master Dexter Phillips, one of our
faithful Sjir"carriers, celebrated his
fifteenth birthday today, along with
that of the" "Father of His Country.'
Dr. and Mrs. R, D Sistrunk, who
came to attend the funeral of the for
mer's father, the late Mr. T. J. Sis Sis-trunk
trunk Sis-trunk at Berlin, have returned to their
home In Dade City.
Mrs. C. Carmichael and her guest,
Mrs. Bellinger, with Mrs. H. H. Kemp
and daughter. Miss Lorayne, motored
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Hominy-
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Mince Meal
Sunbeam shrimp.
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small flat Salmon. 35c
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Argo large Salmon.
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The workers of New York last year add added
ed added $67,289,000 to the aggregate of their sav savings
ings savings bank deposits.
What did you save?
One Dollar opens an account here
THE OC ALA WATIOBIAL BANK
CAPITAL FULL PAID IX 17301.
H. D. STOKES. Cashlsr.
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thru the country today to see the wa
ter carnival at Eustls. Mr. Claude
Ilaycraft drove the car.
A Pleasant Party
Miss Christine Hjort of Thomasville,
Ga.-, who is spending the winter with
her uncle, Mr. Jj. P. Phillips on Wenona
street, entertainea a few of the twelfth
rade pupils of-nhe Ocala High School
with some of the neighbors, last eve
ning yryple?sajitly'.
he evening was a most auspicious
one, illumined by a full-rounded moon.
which, lured the young people out
upon the lawn and spacious veranda.
Later on the game of conversation was
Indulged in with great pleasure for
one hour. Then a Shaksperean ro
mance was introduced. The names of
Shakspere's works were omitted, to be
supplied by the guests. Misses Mabel
Meffert and Marian Dewey and Mr.
Fred Meffert tied for the prize, a bound
volume of Shakspere, which after
drawing straws, fell to the lot of Miss
Dewey. The booby prize, a huge
ornamented candy stick, was won l;y
Mr. Olaf Zewadski.
The house was prettily decorated
with ferns, pot plants and cut flowers
and some choice music was rendered
at intervals by the guests.
Refreshments, consisting of straw
berry ice cream and cake, were served,
and the entire evening was a most
pleasant one.
i The guests present were Misses
Mamie Shepard, Marian Dewey, Emma
Bridges, Mabel Meffert, Annie Pope
Eagleton, Martha Kate Rentz, Anna
Belle Allen, Avalee Edwards and
Messrs. Wayne Ten Eyck, Fred Meffert,
Robert Connor, Olaf Zewadski and
Robert Clarkson.
After bidding adieu to their attract
ive hostess, the guests departed only a
few minutes prior to the dawn of the
birthday of that most noted of Amer American
ican American generals whose name will ever be
cherished "first in war, first in peace
and first In the hearts of his country countrymen"
men" countrymen" a name which is dear to every
scholar and a name- which will be hon honored
ored honored all over our nation today.
Mr. Tom Pasteur, the popular teller
at the Ocala National Bank, wnt down
to the lake last night to spend the
week end with his parents, and attend
the Washington birthday celebration
and dance at the Lake Weir Yacht
Club.
Quite a number of Ocala people will
go down to Lake Weir this afternoon
and evening to attend the basket pic picnic
nic picnic and Washington birthday celebra celebration
tion celebration at the yacht club.
Miss Lily Witherspoon of Nashville,
Tenn after a pleasant visit to Miss
Birtlett, oae of our high school teach teachers,
ers, teachers, went on to St. Petersburg this af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. Mrs L N. Green and baby, who have
been spending several weeks with Mrs.
Green's mother at Washington, Ga.,
returned- home yesterday. Mrs. Green's
health was greatly benefited by her
visit.
Miss Florrie Condon and her mother.
Mrs. A. E. Condon, went down to In Inverness
verness Inverness yesterday to spend ten days,
while Miss Condon looks after the In Interests
terests Interests of the Equitable Life Assurance
Society, of which she is the local rep representative.
resentative. representative. Mrs. R. E. Yonge returned home Fri
day evening from the bedside of her
sick son. but may go back in a few
daysl His condition continues to be
alarming.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Huber are
having a pleasant visit with their rel
atives at Bronson.
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hood and their
guest, Mr. Booker, went down to Eus Eus-ti3
ti3 Eus-ti3 today in an automobile to attend
the races there. They will return to
morrow.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Goddard have re
turned from Fort Myers.
The Klapr of the Forest, that great
sensational and instructive animal pi c-
tnre, fcy the Cellar players, Is the fea feature
ture feature at the Ideal Wednesday, matinee
and nij?ht, Feb. SCth. One price all
the time, 5 and 10 cents. Adv.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Phs.rma.cy. -Adv.
Call phone No. 284 for your quick
delivery service when In need of drugs,
prescriptions or toilet articles. Adv.
Alkali Ike, Temple tonlfiht. Adv.

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WEATHER REPORT
Partly cloudy, southwest wind.
Minimum temperature, 63 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 80 degrees.
Average, 59 degrees.
DR. W. K. LANK
Specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Office, Law Library Bldg., Ocala. Ad."
GOLD LOCKET LOST
V. X M 1 M 1
lost on the streets of Ocala Monday. .
Monogram initials E. V. S. Reward
will be paid for Its return to W.:W, .;
Stripling or this office. 2-20-tf ..
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ltlght. AdV. z- l
FOR RENT-Two nicely rurnlshed
light housekeeping rooms; all modern
conveniences; reasonable rates. Phone
378, or call at this otflce. Adv. 2-7-tf
Maurice Coiitello, Temple tonight, ad
Palmer's toilet articles can.be found
at the Court Pharmacy. Adv..
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.
Six reel and vaudeville, Temple to tonight.
night. tonight. Adv. .1
Nyal's Corn Remover actually re
moves. 25c at both Gerig's Drug
Stores. -Ad.
DR. D. M. BONEY
0PT0SIETR1ST
EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
Optometry Office and Laboratory
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2-6 Gary Building, Ocala, 71a.
ASEPTIC BARBERSHOP
This magnifficent new shop is
now open for business The
best equipped shop in the city.
Through sanitary, modern in
every respect. Hot and Cold
running water.
"First Class Workmen"
V. C. DETTERICfl, Prop.
Harrington Hall Hotel
THAT
Is the quality of excelleence you are
GUARANTEED In every article you
purchase at this establishment.
Irrespective of its value If It's $500
worth of 100 cents the value you ob obtain
tain obtain for your money Is the maximum
obtainable anywhere in
GOLD JEWELRY
SILVERWARE
POTTERY
CUT GLASS
"WATCHES
CHINA
and other articles we sen.
You can trade with absolute safety
here with the knowledge that you're
positively securing the best for your
money.
A. E. BUnmETT

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6 Days Commencing
MONDAY, MARCH 3rd.
Ocala, Florida
Twenty SUPERB ATTRACTIONS -Twenty
Three BIG FREE ACTS-Three

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SI a Jen tie In Slagnlfieence. Mighty la Magnitude. MafenleKa la Blerlt.
Crowded With Novelties. Where Pleaaare m ami Fnrlty Reign.
Teeming With Attractions
FESTIVAL
It Is a place of amusement, and amusement is what it provides
in inexhaustible quantities, and to suit the taste of the most fas fastidious.
tidious. fastidious. Replete with an abundance of everything appealing to
the refined and cultured, as well as popular wish.

I REISS FAMOUS MILITARY BAND OF 20

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When you pay a doctor for a skillful diagnosis you want to get full!

value for your money. If the medicine
that it should be you are the loser. It
tents of your prescription be fresh and
that your doctors' orders are carefully

us to be filled and they will be compounded from fresh, reliable drugs. And

what's more we offer you the same
tomers have been enjoying right along.
THE COURT
THE DRUG STORE
OCALA -
Call up Phone 300 and Lei
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VVc Guarantee to Save Yon Money on Any Work in Our Lines
Am we employ none bat expert we are la position to guarantee ev every
ery every pleee of work we voaatruet to atand the Inspection of the niot
rljcld Iniipectora. It coats nothing to sjet our flsnreti, and you are the
winner, whether we secure the contract or not. Give us a trial.
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FORT KING BLOCK

F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES

THE Dr. M'CLANE

AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
OCALA, FLORIDA.
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr. McClane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Bloc k, Southwest Corner Public Square.

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ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATH
Hot and Cold Itnnnlns Water and
Telephone in Rooms. Elevator
Service
Corner Bay and IIog:an streets, one
block from postofflce. Street cars
from Union Station and all steamers
pas3.the door.

TO
POWER
By HENRY RUSSELL MILLER,
Asthor of
The Man Higher Up"
Cpyritbt 1911. by tie Bobbs-Merrfil
Company

CHAPTER XVI.
A Deserted Jordan.
TIE consternation in the royal
T
palace was great when the
news came that the belea
guered stronghold had fallen.
The Michigan had won into the Steel
City.
Two men were scrambling over each
other, turning the state upside down,
because each lusted for power and
hated the other. Victory by either, If
one might judge by the past, meant
corruption, thievery, oppression, in injustice,
justice, injustice, and it would be won for him
by characteristic means. The people
knew it
Between the two camps wandered a
lonely voice, preaching honesty, de decency,
cency, decency, liberty, equity. He was worthy
to preach. He was the sort of man
to whom other men gladly entrust their
most important private affairs. He
was fitted by capacity, by study, by
Ideals, for the pure function of gov government.
ernment. government. He had put aside prefer preferment
ment preferment money, love the trio of rewards
for any one of which men daily sell
their souls that he might be the fitter
for his task.
And as he went about that spring
preaching his crusade scanty audiences
listened carelessly or with suspicion suspicion-bred
bred suspicion-bred of many deceptions and syste systematic
matic systematic miseducation; let us be just
indifferently responsive.
John was in the Steel City one night
speaking at a public meeting. He was
often laughed at for proffering old
fashioned oratory in the day of the
ubiquitious newspaper. But it was the
only way in which he coujd reach the
people, since the columns of the sub
sidized press were not open to him or
his crusade. He went way from the
hall heavily downcast The audience
had been small, anything but enthusi
astic, and he had spoken poorly. There
Is no discouragement like unto that of
the man who believes he has a message
to give and knows that he has deliv
ered it inadequately.
nis way to the hotel took him along
the city's principal street He walked
slowly, scrutinizing the passersby with
that interest In city throngs which the
country bred man never quite loses
He came to a corner where another
crowded thoroughfare crossed. He
stopped and leaned against the wall of
the bank that stood there.
The theaters were just letting out,
and around him swirled a stream of
humanity, the sound of many voices
and twice as many feet rising in i
peculiar, unmusical roar. John won
dered as the endless stream of hu humanity
manity humanity swept by him if it were true,
as Halg had said to him once that
990 men in 1,000 in the cities were
dependent on the thousandth, and that
six men had it In their power to "turn
on a panic," to "put on the screws.
What if the screws were put on,
would these men do fight or submit?
But it was not that which made the
load of despondency hang heavier.
Once, seeing a thousand men gathered
in the square at home, he had thought
of the power there, "the power and
the glory." Now he saw the people,
not In their immensity, but In their
infinite multiplicity; so many men
with so many interests, each living In
his own restricted sphere. Was Halg
then right? How could a dreamer or
a thousand dreamers by word of
mouth teach these men to think what
their lives taught them not to feel feel-that
that feel-that a social problem was their prob problem,
lem, problem, that political putrefaction was
their peril, that the masses' interest
was their Interest?
He walked on, tortured by doubts,
yet clinging, as the shipwrecked mari mariner
ner mariner clings to his raft to his dwindling
faith in the people.
As he was passing through the lob lobby
by lobby of his hotel the clerk motioned him
to the desk.. "Say, there's been a big
tough guy In three times tonight ask asking
ing asking for you. Says Ifs important and
he'll be back again. Name Is Maley.
I guess," he laughed, knowing his
guest "it's some political bum want wanting
ing wanting to make a touch."
Butch Maley of New Chelsea, former
"heeler," doubtless! John, curious,
found a seat in the lobby and waited.
He laughed Inwardly, not pleasantly,
at the recollections called forth by the
name, which he had almost forgotten
Butch Maley was the first to be con convicted
victed convicted In that crusade of nearly six
years ago.
He had not long to wait Maley was
the same bestial creature who had
stood trembling In the dock and march marched
ed marched away, mouthing imprecations and
large threats, to the penitentiary. That
he was prosperous, the yellow diamond
In his necktie loudly proclaimed. He
rolled toward John, grinning affably.
'Tlowdy. Johnny?" He did not of offer
fer offer to shake hands, for which John
was thankful.
"How are you, Maley?
"Me? Maley drew cp a chair and
deposited his huge bulk in it "Oh,
I'm livin on No. 1 Easy street These
here Is good times fer fellers like me."
With an apparently unconscious ges gesture
ture gesture he lovingly stroked his -paunch.
"So I should say. Same old profes profession?"
sion?" profession?" "I got a half intrust in a booze joint.
That's my business. As fer profesh",
I'm still a statesman. Only yuh'd
have a fine time gittin the goods on
me now. I learnt" he grinned, "a lot
from yuh. Say, I'm wantin sump'n."
. "What can I do for you?"
"'Tain't fer me." . He assumed an
air of extreme caution. "S'posin they
wuz a feller wot never done yuh no
dirt and at the same time, not bein in
yer game, yuh got him foul. An then
s'posin he beat It not wantin to serve
time, an then, bein' up against it in a
pertickler way, he wanted to see yuhJ
Would vnh Kf him?'

"Slay ton or Sbeehan?"
"Sheehan."
"I guess I'd see him. Where Is he?
Maley winked solemnly. "I don't
know nuthin till I know yuh won't
hare him pinched. That's the point point-will
will point-will yuh hare him pinched?
John thought a moment before re replying.
plying. replying. "Well. I guess I wouldn't so
long as he stays out of my Jurisdic Jurisdiction.
tion. Jurisdiction. I couldn't make him more harm harmless
less harmless now by having him arrested.
"Then go in the little room back o
the bar, an' I'll have him with yuh in
no time. He's waitin not fur awav."

(Continued Monday)
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develops something more
serious.
Ballard's
Horehound
Syrup
la The Remedy That
Does the Wort.
It relieves coughing ImmedLr
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lungs, loosens phlegm and
clears the bronchial tubes. It
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dren children and adults.
Pslee SScw 50c and fl.OO.
Buy the $1.00 size. It contains
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tle bottle a Dr. Herrick's Red Pepper
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Commerce and Navigation, 'Weald be a
Canal Across the Florida
Isthraos
(Paper read by Miss Inez Sandifer of
the Ninth Grade of the Ocala High
School before the Agatheridan Socie-
ty.j
Resolved, A canal should be cut
across Florida. I contend that Florida
Bhould have a canal because it wouli
promote the commerce and industries
of the state of Florida and the entire
United States.
The proposed canal will help to form
an inland" waterway, beginning at
Jacksonville on the St Johns river,
extending down the Oklawaha river
across by Leesburg, then crossing the
headwaters of the Withlacoochee, on
to the gulf. Then all of the bays and
rivers along the coast to New Orleans
will be connected by a network of
canal construction. Therefore this
would complete the inland waterway
from Boston, Mass., to New Orleans,
La., which is the object in view.
The commercial values resulting
from this construction could scarcely
be overestimated. A vessel going from
any Atlantic port (United States or
European) to a United States gulf
port and return, would save about
eight hundred miles each way besides
avoiding the dangers of coming In con contact
tact contact with tornadoes In the Florida
strait or running Into coral reefs be
low the surface of the ocean.
The building of this canal would not
be for the interests of Florida only,
but for the benefit of the United States,
and the work would belong to the
United States government Such a
canal would bring beneficial results to
untold millions of the present and
future generations. The canal would
very likely pass through beds of phos
phate which would yield a return to
no small degree, lessening the cost of
its construction. The markets are
ready for the products of these south
em and southwestern states. What is
needed is provisions for reaching
them quickly and cheaply, as can be
done through the inland waterways of
this canal. Commerce moves In the
direction of the least resistance. It is
our duty to remove obstacles that in
terfere with It.
The results of overcoming the great
natural obstacle of the Florida penin
sula, by a canal twould be, viz: the
avoiding of the dangers of the Florida
straits and passing through eight hun
dred miles of the hot tropical current
of the gulf stream; the facilities offer
ed by the safe, short canal route; the
cheap supplies of coal, provisions and
pure water; the unusually favorable
conditions available for cleaning and
repairing ships. A little animal with
a hard shell called the barnacle sticks
to the bottom of ships and has to be
chiseled off when the ship reaches har
bor, but a few weeks sailing in the
pure waters of this canal would kill
them and they would drop off. The
canal would also insure to the United
States one of the best and safest naval
depots in the world, and it would re re-duee
duee re-duee the trantportation cost of the
chief products of the country and
develop a vast section of our territory.
Therefore for the following reasons
I contend that Florida should have a
canal; first, it would reduce the cost
of transportation, thus giving some re
lief to the high cost of living; second
by going through this canal time, coal
and provisions would be saved; third,
it would prevent coming into contact
with the storms of the Florida strait
or running upon coral reefs below the
surface of the sea; fourth, it would re
duce the insurance on the ships and
freight; fifth," it would help to develop
our country, so that although it .will
cost something to perfect this system
nevertheless I submit .that we cannot
begin too soon and we ought to begin
at once and construct it by sections
if the money is not available to build
It all at one time.
SHAKE INTO YOUR SHOES
Alien Foot-Ease, the antiseptic powder. Itrelfevef
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takes the sting out of corns and bunions. It's tbjs
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certain reiiei ior sweating, callous swollen, tired,
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Ungallant Man,
It is rather an ungallant man who
advocates women's suffrage on the
theory that it will not make any real
difference. Washington Star.
SO IfEED TO STOP WORK
When the doctor orders you to stop
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BUSIXESS LOCATION
for sals: AT A BARGAIN
For sale, best business location in
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buildings and two large warehouses;
finest location in town for a mercan mercantile
tile mercantile business, hotel or opera house (a
splendid opening for either); two large
lots and buildings practically as good
as new. "Will sell at a bai gain for
cash if sold during February. Write
to owner, Christian & Gamble Co.,
Miami, Fla. l-31-5tw-5td law
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 five years
of suffering, and now recommends
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all dealers. Adv.
for rccxr
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This Is the season of tue year when
mothers feel very much concerned
over the frequent colds contracted by
their children, and have abundant rea
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lungs, lowers the vitality and paves
the way for the more serious diseases
that so often follow. Chamberlain's
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and Is pleasant and safe to take. For
sale by all dealers. Adv.

IE II II

To the Execution of Madero by the
Partisans of Hnerta
or DIas
Washington, Feb. 22. Secretary
Knox, with .the approval of President
Taft, had instructed Ambassador Wil
son to convey to Huerta, in diplomatic
terms, the Intimation that the United
States would seriously object to a
summary execution or sentence of Ma Madero.
dero. Madero. It was not felt here that the
former president should be slaughter slaughtered
ed slaughtered or put out of the way for crimes
which seemed purely political, with
out a fair and open tr'aL This view
was made plain to Huerta and? the fact
was not concealed that the United
States looked with disfavor upon the
shooting of Gustavo Madero.
ASTHMA
CATARRH
CURED
Expert Medical Sdeatlsta Amaoaaee
Startlias; Resalta Ohtaiaed
by Seaplae
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Point for Consideration.
"We must consider, not what the
wise will think, but what the foolish
will be sure to say ."-Sir Arthur Helps.
CARDUl WORKED
LIKEA CHARM
After Operation Failed to Qelpf
urdul worked URe a inarm.
Jonesrllle, S. C- "I snfferedi wlt$
womanly trouble, 'writes Irs. J. S.
Kendrick, in a letter from this place,
"and at. times, could not bear to stand
on ray feet The doctor said J woul4
never bo any better, and that would
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I went to the hospital, and they oper operated
ated operated on me, but I trot no better. They
said medicines would do me no good,
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At last I tried CarduL and began to
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I am well, and can do my own work.
X dont feel any pains.
Casdoi worked like a charm.
There must be merit in this purely
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Cardul for it has been in successful
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far Woaoca," sent ia pUia wrapper, oa rtqvi st
The House of No Walts.
Idleness ?s the gate of all harms. An
idle man is like a house that hath &o
walls; the devils may enter on every
side. -Chaucer.
A WOMAN'S APPEAJj
To all knowing, sufferers of rheuma rheumatism,
tism, rheumatism, whether muscular or of the
joints sciatalca, lumbagos, backache,
pains in the kidneys or neuralgia
pains, to write to her for a home treat treatment
ment treatment which has repeatedly cured all
of these tortures. She feels It her duty
to send it to all sufferers free. You
cure yourself at home as thousands
will testify no change of climate be being
ing being necessary. This simple discovery
banishes uric acid from the blood,
loosens the stiffened joints, purifies
the blood, and brightens the eyes, giv giving
ing giving elasticity and tone to the whole
system. If the above interests you, for
proof address Mrs. M. Summers, Box
R South Bend, Ind. 23.
I want to borrow $2500. Security
gilt edge. Address, Box 444, Ocala,
Fla. 2-17-Std ltw
SHERIFF'S SALE
Under 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. 1913, in a certain cause wherein
Mrs. T. A. Lamb and T. A. Lamb are
plaintiffs and W. F. Kelly, et aL are
defendants, I have levied on and will
on
Monday, 1a 3rd day off Marea, 1913.
the same being a legal sales day, and
during the legal hours of sale, offer
for sale at the west door of the 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 Marlon 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 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 ef the first publica publication
tion publication of this notice, to-wit: January
30th, 1912. D. A. Smith,
As Administrator Estate of Albert t
Barber, Deceased.
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 first
publication of this notice, to-wit: Au August
gust August 21st, 1912.' J. P. Galloway,
Sheriff and Ex-officio Administrator of
the Estate of R. J. Nelson, Deceased.

XOTICE OP APPL.ICATIOY
KOR i.KTTIiKS PATEXT
Notice is hereby given that the un undersigned,
dersigned, undersigned, four weeks after publica

tion or this notice, in accordance with
the statutes of the state of Florida
governing and controlling corporations
for profit, will apply to the governor
of the state of Florida for letters pat patent
ent patent to issue under the following pro proposed
posed proposed charter.
George McGahagin.
it U Jones.
J. IL Compton.
C.Jr of Proposed Charier
e, the undersigned, hereby asso associate
ciate associate ourselves together for the pur purpose
pose purpose of becoming incorporated under
the laws of the state of Florida, ap applicable
plicable applicable to corporations for profit.
ARTICLE 1 NAME
The name of this corporation shall
be the Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works,
and its principal place of business shall
be at Ocala, Florida, but It may estab-
"sa ui auvu unices ana Businesses in
any other place or places which its
board of directors may direct, either
in this state or in other states.
ARTICLE 2 ri'sivps!
The seneral nature nf tu hncin.,.
tt be transacted by this corporation is
to manufacture and sell, wholesale and
retail, all kinds of soda water, to bot bottle
tle bottle and sell, wholesale and retail, coca coca-cola,
cola, coca-cola, to manufacture and sell, whole wholesale
sale wholesale and retail, all kinds of soft
llnX ow.nJ?(i Pirate a general
uv.vatiuic cMuiisnmni, ana to buy
ana sell all manner and kinds of per
sonal property, to lend and borrow
money in the transaction of such busi business,
ness, business, to accept and give mortgages and
other securities, to buy and sell real
estate, and to hold, use and enjoy same
for any purpose for which such real
estate may be adapted; to manage,
control and improve any real estate
which the corporation may acquire, to
do any and all things necessary and
requisite for the carrying out "of the
foregoing purposes.
ARTICLE 3. CAPITAL STOCK
The amount of capital stock of this
corporation shall be $29,000, to be di divided
vided divided into 200 shares of stock at a par
value of $100 per share, any or ail of
which capital stock shall be payable in
property or services at a Just valuation
to be fixed by the directors of the cor corporation.
poration. corporation. ARTICLE 4. TERM
The term for which this corporation
shall exist is ninety-nine years.
ARTICLE 5. OFFICERS
The business of this corporation
shall be conducted by a president, vice
Pffcsident, secretary, treasurer and
manager, and by a board of directors
consisting of not less than three npr
more than five members. Ail of the
above officers shall be elected at the
annual meeting- of the stnrkhnl.l
be held on the first Monday in April of
1913, and. annually thereafter. Any
two of the above offices may be held
by one person, and each officer shall
be an ex-officio member of the board
of directors.
The following named officers shall
conduct the business of this corpora corporation
tion corporation until those elected at the first
meeting shall qualify, namely: Presi President,
dent, President, George McGahagin; vice presi president
dent president and treasurer, II. C. Jones; secre secretary
tary secretary and manager, J. It. Compton. A
directorate shall consist of the above
named officers.
ARTICLE 6.INDERTEDNESS
The highest amount of indebtedness
to which this corporation shall at anv
time subject itself to shall be $40,000.
ARTICLE 7.
NAMES AND RESIDENCES OF SUB SUBSCRIBERS
SCRIBERS SUBSCRIBERS The names and places of residence,
together with the amount of capital
stock subscribed by each subscriber,
are: George McGahagin, fifty shares;
H. C. Jones, fifty shares; J. 11. Comp Compton,
ton, Compton, fifty shares.
George McGahagin.
II. C. Jones.
J. i H. Compton.
State of Florida,
County of Marion.
Before me the undersigned officer.
personally appeared George McGaha McGahagin
gin McGahagin and H. C. Jones, to me well known
to be the individuals described in and
who executed the foregoing proposed
charter of the Ocala Bottling Works,
who severally acknowledged to me
that they signed their names to the
proposed charter for the use and pur purposes
poses purposes therein expressed.
In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and seal this 15th day of
February. 1913. Bradford Williams.
(Notary Seal) Notary Public.
My commission expires June 13, 1916.
State of Florida.
County of Marion.
Before me the undersigned officer,
personally appeared J. H. Compton. to
me well known to be the individual
described in and who executed the
foregoing proposed charter of the
Ocala Bottling Works, and ackntwlr
edged to me that he signed his name to
the proposed charter for the usp- and
purposes therein expressed.
In witness whereof. I have hereunto
set my hand and seal this 20th day of
February, 1913. V H. Burdiek,
(Notary Seal) Notary Publie.
My commission expires September 14,
1916.
SPECIAL MEETIXG
OF STOCKHOLDERS
Millwood Farm, Reddlck, Fla.
Feb. 1st, 1913.
Notice 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,
March 4th, 1913, 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-wt: $20,000, to $50,000 (twenty thou thousand
sand thousand to fifty thousand dollars).
P. S. Cromartie, Secretary.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
Notice is hereby given that the firm
of Dennis and Blandlng, heretofore
composed of the undersigned, and do doing
ing doing business at Juliette, In Marlon
county, Fla., has this day been dissolv dissolved
ed dissolved by mutual consent, C. D. Dennis re retiring,
tiring, retiring, and A. II. Blandlng 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. D. Dennis.
A. 1L Blandlng.
It w 4 wks (5t)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given to all credi creditors,
tors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de demands
mands demands against the estate of Robert
McDonald, deceased, to present said
claims duly proven to -the undersigned
within one year from the date of the
first publication of this notice, to-wlt:
August 7th, 1912.
Robert J. McDonald,
As Administrator Estate of Robert D.
McDonald, Deceased.
NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given that F. J.
Webb, as guardian of the estate of
Caleb H. Heath, a minor, will on the
31t day of March, 1013
file with the county Judge of Marion
county, Florida, his final report and
accounts as guardian of the estate of
the said Caleb H. Heath, a minor, and
apply to said county Judge for ap approval
proval approval thereof and for his discharge as
guardian of said estate. F. J. Webb.
Guardian of the Estate of Caleb H.
Heath.
Tltusvllle, Fla August 24, 1112.
NOTICE
Of Flaal Settlement and DUeaara-e
Notice Is hereby given that on the
5th day of July, A. D. 1913, the under undersigned
signed undersigned will present my accounts and
vouchers to the Judge of probate in
and for Marlon county, Florida, at his
office in Ocala, and will make my
final settlement and will apply for dis discharge.
charge. discharge. This 3rd day of January, A. D. 1913.
D. A. Smith,
As Administrator of the Estate of A.
I Barber.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is bereby given to all cred
Hors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de demands
mands demands against the estate of Selwyn 11
Rowe, deceased, to present said elaims
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.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Creditors, legatees, distributees and
all persons having claims or demands
against the estate of William Ander
son, late or Ocala, Florida, are called
upon to present them within two years
from this date to the undersigned.
Ocala, Fla., Dec 31st, 1912.
Rebecca W. Anderson,
Executrix of the Will of William An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, Deceased.
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