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OCAIA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1913
a cool mm
schools and colleges. Miss Simpson
read a selection on "Importance of
roundup the Tegular news of their
neighborhoods by Monday, and if any
special Important event occurs after
that thy can Teport it by a special
letter orlcard. In case of a murder or
other sensational event, they should
use the telephone or tel?graph as soon
as they iear of It.
DR. A. L. BLALOCK :
Early Manual Training." Mrs. Rast
read "Work that Is Worth Doing: Is
Worth Doing, Well," by Carroll Ran Rankin.
kin. Rankin. At close of meeting: a commit committee
tee committee filled the racks in depot with
literature. Next meeting March Cta.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
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An Ordinance Granting: to the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company,
Its Successors ana Assigns. Certain
Rights, Franchises and Privileges on
and Over Part3 of Certain Streeta In
the City of Ocala: and Closing- and
Piscontinuing a Tortion of Certain
Streets Crossing: Osceola Street South
of South Third Street.
Whereas, the present freight depot
and yard facilities of the Atlantic
Coast Line Railroad Company in the
city of Ocala are not adequate to fully
meet the public convenience, or the
business of said company, and, b,y
reason of restrictions resuUinsr from,
the present location of the freight de depot
pot depot building of paid eornpany the said
building cannot be enlarged so as to
meet the necclUei of naid company,
rr the public conveniences; and recog recognizing
nizing recognizing the justice of extending to said
Atlantic Coa?t Lin Railroad Company,
its successors and assigns, such reason reasonable
able reasonable privileges as the pursuit of their,
business may require, at and near its
freight depot yards, not materially In
conflict with the fights f private citi citizens,
zens, citizens, nor the rights of the public;
therefore, be it ordained by the mayor
and city council of the city of Ocala;
Section I, That the Atlantic Coast
Line Railroad Company, its successors
and assigns, be and they are hereby
granted the perpetual right, privilege
and franchise of constructing,' operate
lngand maintaining sidptriiks, spur
tracks. as in their Judgment may be
reasonably requisite or useful In tbo
conduct of its business a a common
carrier, across the portion of South
Fourth. South Fifth, South Sixth and
South Seventh streets lying between
Osceoli and Main streets; the said
numbered trees extending east and
west. arl t? "aid Osceola street and
Mahi street, extending north and south.
Sec. 2. For the purpose of permit
ting of the construction pf sa$d tracks,
the operation and maintenance of tbP
same, and the running of steam Joco Joco-motives,
motives, Joco-motives, trains and cars thereon, and
to afford greater facilities for the
maintenance of yards and freight de depot
pot depot accommodations, it is further or-
streets running east a,nd west and
south of South Thlr4 street, and lying
between Main and useeola streets, ex exempt
empt exempt South Fifth street which shall be
left open for public use, shall be clos closed
ed closed and discontinued and abandoned a,s
public streets or thoroughfares from
the date of the passage and acceptance
of this ordinance.
Sec. 3. The construction and main,-
tenance of said sjdetracHs. spurs and
team tracks aertfas the said streets
luuning east and vet. south of So,uth
Third street, and between. Main sn
Osceola streets, may be according te
such grade as the officers and agents
of said, railroad company may deem
most suitable, provided, however, the
same shall not materially Interfere
with the grade crossing a,t South Third,
street, and the crossing at South Fifth
street; and the said railroad company
shall, at i.ts own expense, make the
approaches at said crossings to so. con conform
form conform to the track grade, when relatd.
as to render the same reasonably safe
and easy, leaving said streets at said
crossings and approaches- thereto as
well macadamized or paved as at pres present.
ent. present. Sec. 4. Said railroad company, its
successors and assigns, are hereby em empowered
powered empowered and authorized to perpetually
obstruct trie portion of the said streets
so abandoned, and to erect, operate and
maintain freight depot and warehouse
building incident thereto, aeraas the
closed portion of 4?outh Sixth and
South Seventh streets it so desired,
and construct, operate and maintain
perpetually Its tracks over and, across,
said closed streets, In the operation of
its trains, in tbe discharge of Its duties
as a common carrier.
Sec. 5. In consideration of the
rights, privileges and franchises here hereby
by hereby granted, the said railroad company
is to build a suitable freight depot In
the vicinity of its present freight depot
in the city of Ocala, said building to
be not less than two hundred feet in
length, and forty feet In width, and
similar In plans to the brick freight
depots recently heretofore constructed
and now being constructed by said
company at other points along Its line
or lines of road, and when said new
structure shall be ready for use, the
old freight depot shall bo abandoned
and removed from Its present location.
Said railroad company will also pro
vide suitable crossings for" Us" tr.ick3
where they cross Main s.tret, said
crossing tQ be maintained In suitable
condition for vehicle traveL
Sec 6. All the work contemplated
by this ordinance is to be begun with
in four months from the date of the
passage and approval of the same, and
to be completed as soon thereafter as
practicable, and if not so begun all
rights shall cease and terminate.
Sec. 7. Be it further ordained that
the said railroad company, or its proper
representatives, shall be furnished
with a true copy of this ordinance duly
certified, which shall be a legal and
proper conveyance of said above rights,
privileges and franchises to said rail railroad
road railroad company, its successors .-and as-
Read and referred to the judiciary
committee Feb. 4, 1913.
Returned "without recommendation.
C M. Livingston,
Chairman Judiciary Committee.
LAKE WEIR W. C. T. r.
The union held a mother's meeting
at the church Feb. 20th. I Need Thee
Every Hour was sung as the opening
hymn, followed by scripture reading
la, leaver T?n11 rait with aueer acts
of children" as responses waa next In
order. Report of Flower Mission
superintendent on the plllau supper
Feb. 6th was read by Miss Simpson.
This affair adds I9.S5 to the treasury.
Question of wet or dry election dis discussed
cussed discussed and laid over till next meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Letters from Miss Neal and Mrs.
Hagstrom read. Voted to send $2 to
Willard Memorial Fund. Mrs. Snook
spoke on manual training In
Ill I BIT
(Republished by neqnent!
On the first page of today's Issue
will be found the copy of an ordinance
now before the city council It will be
observed by tha reader that this or
dinance proposes that the city surren
der- ertaln of Its streets in perpetuity
to. the Atlantic Coast Line. It will also
be observed that the railroad does not
offer to pay the city a cent In return
for the concession.
. It Is true that the railroad offers to
build a large and up-to-date freight
depot, and remove its. present frame
shanty out of Osceola avenue, but why
should it pot do this anyhow, and w.hy
should pur little city, which with
economy and good management never
has money enough for its need, give
any 01 Its territory without a cent of
remuneration to. a, great Tailway cor corporation,
poration, corporation, whose tracks gridiron half a
dosen states, and whose profits evy
year more than equal the tax. valuation
H Is. also tru that a new depot is
much needed, and that the old one
sho.uld, be removed from the street, but
the railroad needs the new structure
for its business more than the city
dos, and the old one Is where it is
only on sufferance. If your neighbor
proposed to you that he would build a
new barn on his own land, provided
you gave him the exclusive u&e of a
road to It over your own, the proposi proposition
tion proposition would be just about the same as
the one the Coast Line has made to
ThV Atlantle Coast Line owns in the
southern end of the city, most of the
ground from South Eighth between
Osceola avenue and Main street, about
five acres. It also owns the oAd
Eichelberger place south South
Eighth street a tract Qf- about eight eighteen
een eighteen acres, thru which there are no
The railroad yard as now situated in
the northern five acres is right in tfc
way of the growth 0$ the c4ty-. It la
between two sections that on account
of the location of the school houses al already,
ready, already, have much need of unobstructed
communication, and the need is in increasing
creasing increasing daily. What It will be ten,
or five years froin. now, is easy to
imagine. To surrender the streets on
any terms would be folly; ta surrender
them without pay would be a crime.
South, Eighth street, well situated,
recently hardened, with new residences
constantly going up, and already
among our most pleasant auto drives,
Is a most important thoroughfare If
the railroad yard remain where It Is,
It will only be a matter of time before
It has (a be lengthened to the. south,
and then there will be a solid wedge
driven up into one of "the best residence
sections of the city.
The proper thing for the railroad to
do la to build its new depot on and to
move Its yard to Its own land south of
South Eighth street. If It does this, It
will take a place as a worker for the
improvement of Ocala and not as a
selfish stumblins black to Its progress.
It will lose no money by so doing. It
can sell every foot of ground it now
owns north of South Eighth street ar
more than It gave for H in a short
time after It takes up its tracks.
It will be observed that this ordi
nance was not framed by any memhfe?
of the city council- It was drawn up,
we presume, by tb attorney for the
railroad and brought before the coun council
cil council by request. It was turned aver to
the judiciary committee and returned
without recommendation. It will be
brought before the council some tlm
when a representative of the railroad
can appear before that body and try
to persuade It into its favorable con consideration,
sideration, consideration, The Star does not think
there is any probability of its passing
the present membership of the council.
But the same ordinance, or one sim similar,
ilar, similar, was presented to the council last
year. And very likely the same or ordinance,
dinance, ordinance, or one similar, will be pre presented
sented presented when another election changes
the membership of the counciL It looks
like it is the intention of the railroad
to keep its freight depot and yard, in
their present irritating and, inconven inconvenient
ient inconvenient situation untl It obtains a council
to Its liking, when, it can add to its
property by the virtual confiscation of
several streets, which are already
worth thousands of dollars, and will
soon be worth tens of thousands.
The Coas,t Line may be very sure
that any council that passes such an
ordinance will be pMloried as a bunch
of rascals in public estimation, and.
unless the character or the people of
Ocala greatly changes, its action will
be headed off and knocked out in the
The Star does not believe tn making
war on the railroads. They are among
the greatest of public necessities, and
the men who own and operate them
are just as honest as anyone else. A
railroad is no more prone to take ad
vantage of the public than a private
citizen Is to take advantage of his
neighbor, but it has a better oppor
tunity. Railroads, like other cor corporations,
porations, corporations, owned and operated by
highly intelligent and enterprising
men, overlook very few points to their
own advantage; but they make the
great mistake of thinking it s to their
interest to take as much as possible
away, from the public." It is thi3 mis
taken policy that has caused them to
be regarded of late with so much fear
and hostility, and has resulted in so
much antlrallroad legislation, which
has of course hurt the public about as
much as the roads. It will go on how however,
ever, however, until the railroads learn their
lesson, or until the government takes
charge of the railroads, which by no
means to be desired consummation will
be the ultimate result of the present
trend of events.
For first class antomoDrie service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
Iow prices to alL J. C Geiger. Ad.
Will the City of Oeala Accept Either
or Both from the Atlantic -Coaat
Editor Star: Your leading editorial
yesterday, entitled "Shall the City
Surrender Its Streets?" is so full of
good reasons why the city should NOT
do so, that I request you to reprint it
today, and mail a marked copy to ev
ery voter on the city registration list.
But there is one particular reason
why the city should not give away its
streets: The officials of the Atlantic
Coast Line long ago adopted the
-bread and water" treatment fbr Ocala.
and at Irregular intervals have sent
down to the citjr council an ordinance
framed by the railroad's attorney, and
offered it for passage with the Infor
mation that if the city does not comply
to the railroad's terras, it will be re
turned to a "bread and water" diet.
UNTIL. IT DOES SUBMIT.
Will the citizens of this town stand
any longer for the proposition, starva
tion or submission?
Z. C. Chambliss.
Berlin, Feb. 24. It rains and con
tinues to rain.
Mr. and 'Mrs. V. R. Roe were vis
itors to Montbrook last Sunday,
Mr. Herbert Crumpton and his
charming young bride spent last Sun Sunday
day Sunday here the guest of relatives.
Mr. Henry Seekinger of Martel spent
last Sunday, with Mr. V. M. Seckinger
Mr. R. W. Fersruson made a busi
ness trip to Oainesville last Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, returning home Thursday.
Mr. S. J. McCully attended a demon demonstration
stration demonstration agents convention in Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville last week.
Miss Alta Beck was the week end
guest of her. parents last week.
Dr. A. p., Montague, president of
Columbia College, Lake City, will
preach at Fellowship Baptist church
Saturday evening, March 1st, at 7
Mrs. J. McCully spent the latter
part of last week with friends and
relatives in Evinston.
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XOTICP TO CURHESPOTVDENTS
The Stay respectfully requests its
valued correspondents send tn their
letters oit Monday or as soon after as
possible. There is always a crowd of
advertising on the last section of the
weekly paper that sometimes causes
these letters to be left out. They can
- OF THE
SEE THE BEAUTIFUL
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NOW ON DISPLAY AT
HETTS JEWELRY STORE
To be presented to the young lady
receiving the greatest popular vote.
Contest opens Monday, February 24,
closes Tuesday afternoon, March 4th,
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
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
"First Class Workmen"
V. C. DETTERICH, Prop.
Harrington Hall Hotel
III IS HID
Robust Complaint from Mr. MeCully
Regrardlajc the niltchton and Flem Flem-Ineton
Ineton Flem-Ineton Precinct Roadx
Editor Star: Please allow me space
in your valuable paper to tell the peo people
ple people and the taxpayers what is being
done relative to working the roads,
and how the county commissioners are
discriminating in some sections. I
know whereof I speak. As your coun county
ty county demonstrator I drive over, or try
to drive over some of the roads, the
majority of the public roads, and I
can safely say without fear of contra contradiction,
diction, contradiction, the tax payers of the north northwestern
western northwestern part of the county have
simply been ignored entirely when it
comes to keeping up the roads. Let us
stop and figure. In Blitchton precinct
there are seventy miles of public road
and for the past four o five years
only about eight or nine miles have
had anything done on them. If any of
our county commissioners doubt this
statement- let them come over to my
place and I will take pleasure in
showing them the roads. If necessary
to prove that I am correct will help
measure them. Again, about one year
ago there was a petition taken before
the members of the board requesting
them to grant us a publ'c road be beginning
ginning beginning in sec 21, tp 14. r 20, running
north mile, then east mile
thence north X mile. There was not
a dissenting voice raised against this
petition. The board granted this road
and. promised to open it at once. Since
this petition was granted I believe I
would be safe in saying there -have
been 75 or 100 miles of road opened
up in various parts of the county. But
this pitiful l'ttle piece of road is still
untouched. Is it because its In Blitch Blitchton
ton Blitchton precinct?
The west side of Flemington pre precinct
cinct precinct is In the same condition. The
citizens up there tell me these roads
have not' been touched since Mr. Long
was commissioner Nowhere In this
county have the taxpayers been treat treated
ed treated in such a manner.
I sincerely hope our present board
of county commissioners at their
earliest convenience will remedy these
evils. I haven't written this short let letter
ter letter as a criticism but stating the plain
facts, believing the board will do its
full duty and deal fair with all. I
know the taxpayers in this part of the
county have been very patient. But
there is such a thing as people's pa patience
tience patience being exhausted.
Yours for fair and honest dealiirg.
S. J. McCully.
Berlin, Fla,, Feb. 24th.
FEEL RIGHT ALL THE TIME
Don't Let Periodical Spelt of Iaz?
Liver Ruin Yoor Temper and
Spoil Your "Work
If your l'ver doesn't b have right all
the time if it sometimes stops work working
ing working and you become bilious and "head "headachy"
achy" "headachy" don't take calomel, but try
Dodson's Liver Tone.
You are safe In taking Dodson's
Liver Tone. It's a harmless, pleasant
vegetable remedy that starts the liver
without stirring up your whole sys system
tem system as calomel often does. It is espe especially
cially especially good for children who need a
liver tonic once in a while, but who
should not be dosed with strong drugs.
Dodson's Liver Tone is sold by the
Court Pharmacy. This store guar guarantees
antees guarantees it with a clean open and shut
guarantee your money back with a
smile if it fails to satisfy you. Price,
50 cents a bottle, and your money 13 as
safe as if you had it In your pocket.
If you need the medicine you need it
badly if it doesnt' satisfy you your
money back. Buy a bottle from the
Court Pharmacy today under this
Levon, Feb. 24. Mr. S. S. Duvall of
Ocala was a business visitor Tuesday,
returning to Ocala Wednesday .with
Mr. W. J. Frink.
Mr. P. M. Moseley made a flying trip,
combining business with pleasure, to
Mr. and Mrs. Will Farahanbach went
up to Ocala Tuesday to have a piece
of steel taken from Mr. Fajahanbach's
eye, the operation being performed by
Drs. Newsom and Boney.
Mr. Joe Denison, one of Marion's
large melon and truck growers and
from the Pedro district, was mingling
with friends here Wednesday.
Mr. Will Lucius is on the sick list
this week, having taken his bed on
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Perry are spend spending
ing spending the week the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. IL P. Perry.
Hon. Nathan Mayo of Summerfleld
was a visitor here Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Inez Adkins of Sorrento is the
charming guest of MiS3 Julia Waters.
Mr. Otto Jensen and family of Zuber
came down In their car and spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday with Mr. Frank Ramsdale and
Levon vas well represented at
Charter Oak church Sunday. Among
those attending services were Misses
Julia Waters and Inez Adkins, Messrs.
C. B. Davis, Charles Gaulding. A. Gill
and B. F. Carter.
We regret to announce that Mr. P.
M. Moseley and family will leave us.
Mr. Moseley has not been In good
health for some time and. he has de decided
cided decided to return to his old home near
Mr. Jim Proctor of Pedro was an
early Monday visitor.
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icine medicine made. Money refunded if It fall3
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MONDAY, MARCH 3rd.
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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.
ROSS FAMOUS MILITARY BAND OF 20
About what you are going to have
for lunch. Look this list over
and make your selection
SLICED DRIED BEEF
SLICED BOILED HAM
SLICED MCED HAM
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
You should. see our slicing machine work, and our
display of the above goods.
tall up Pliocc 300 scd Let
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
iVe Guarantee lo Save You Mosey on Any Work in Onr Ltces
Am r mnln- nan bat KvTfai Wc
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rlKld In lor. It nnftlr.jr to Kef oar flgiirrs, mmd 7u are tb
nlnnfr, nfarther we eeore the filrft or not. Give urn m trial.
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AKE THE DOCTOR S
Vfhen you pay a doctor for a skillful diagnosis you want to get full
value for your money. If the medicine that you get on nls orders Is not all
that It should be you are the loser. It Is of supreme Importance that the con contents
tents contents of your prescription be fresh and reliable Just as It Is of Importance
that your doctors' orders are carefully followed. Bring your prescriptions to
us to be filled and they will be compounded from fresh, reliable drugs. And
what's more we offer you the same prompt and polite service that our cus customers
tomers customers have been enjoying right along. Try ua with the next prescription.
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OCALA LTVEXIXGi STAR, TU2&DAV, FEBRUAIi 1013
GALA EVEfliflG STAR!
UltUngzr & Carroll Proprietors.
R. R. Carroll, Business Sfanager.
J. H. Benjamin, Editor.
T?ntred m the Dostofflee at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mail matter.
ew adrninisirauon gives mm
from autocrating. Mr. ChuDD say ce
believes Mr Wilson Is a first-class
man, and will do his best to be a good
president, but will find it impossible to
put through all his plans lor tne puo puo-lic
lic puo-lic good. No man can carry out all
his plans for the public, but no man
feels any the worse for trying.
SILVER SPRIXGS TO OCALA
1 1 111
The Star evidently hit one big nail
on tne neaa wnen prmteu mc m m-lantie
lantie m-lantie Coast Line's proposed ordinance
and published the accompanying edi-
"Shall the City of Ocala
Streets?" One of our
One of the latest proDOsitions among
the plans for a greater Ocala is that of
annexing: Silver Springs.
The Star doesn't know what the de details
tails details of the proposition are. The only
way to earry it out would be to ex extend
tend extend the city limits to the springs. In Independent
dependent Independent nations can secure extra
territorial rights by conquest or toriai, headed
atr Knt tnwn the ize of Ocala I Surrender Its
cannot. It is not possible, neither is leadng citizens and business men eall eall-,
, eall-, tn onn-r oil h territory la the ofSee ud last night and author-
between Ocala and the springs, and ized us to reprint the articles men
w have no doubt that the people of Itloned, to end a copy to every regis
t -. i a matra a trflTisr 1 1 ara.-i tenter and to send the bill to
ni vrv likelv a. successful protest 1 him.
against being Incorporated with Ocala, The Star Isn't afraid to stand up
hon the said incorporation would and speak for what it believes to be
bring them increased taxation without right with the approval of no mind but
any benefit. its own, but a cordial and substantial
Alt that Ocala wants of Silver pToof of appreciation like the above-
cnrtnsrji is safe and speedy transporta- named is very welcome and enables us
III 0 IK
ALL HANDS TIIIX OUT TO TUB
BOARD OP TRADE MEETIXG
Make tfce ReerM Feel i ley
Hv Jolaed and Dlea the Bet
Way t I a vest the Carapalgm 3Ioey.
Said to W the Beat Hit af the Seaaaat
The "Xewlyweds and Their Baby
will be at the Temple this evening, and
all who are going are expecting to
have a grand laugh served up in a
gravy of giggles.
The show had a three nights run at
the Duval In Jacksonville, and the
Times-Union says It pleased the people-
immensely. Other places in the
state add to the evidence that in mirth
and music the company is one of the
I most successful on the road.
The chief figures in the play are Mr.
The old members of the Board of
Trad wish to extend the "glad hand
to th new members, and wish them to ana iirs. Aewlywea, -Napoleon rxewiy
meet at i p. m. Tuesday night, Feb, wed, the baby; and the Big Black
xyA nt Tr Tfwim I Bear. The story Is fantastic, but the
t this meetlns the expenditure of complications are said to be so numer
th recent camca! an money will be OU3 &nd comical that an entertainment
discussed, and as you are personally
interested in it, you are earnestly re-1
quested to be present.
Ocala Board of Trade.
J. E. Chace. President.
tion to the springs themselves. me
bast way to obtain this would be to
build a road, a broad, paved road, over
which autos, auto trucks, buggies.
-irriaiTM. waerons and bicycles could
pass easily and safely
city and the springs.
The Star thinks it would be to the
interest of the city to build such a
fnad. Rut such a road would not be
kept, in a high state of efficiency un
less the city kept it up, and the city
could not have full power to keep it up
unless it had the same control over It
that it has over one of its own streets.
Jt might be possible for the leglsla
ture to give .the city such power. If
It did, it would not be necessary for
the road to enter the town of Silver
Springs. It could follow the present
road to within a Quarter of a mile of
the springs, and then take the route
of the old Silver Springs and Western
railroad thru the hammock to the
Such a road would be of doubtful
benefit to the city unless It could con control
trol control a landing at the springs. The Star
believes that all the springs water waterfront
front waterfront belongs to either the Seaboard
Air Line or the Carmichaels. It
would be no use to expect the railroad
to surrender any space to a compet competitor,
itor, competitor, but there Is little doubt that the
public-spirited Carmichaels would do
all In their power to aid the under undertaking.
The present road to the springs Is
only a fairly good one at the best.
Sometimes. It lapses into bad condi condition
tion condition in places, and weeks pass before
the county, with its limited resources,
can have it repaired. If it was under
lty control, a good road to. start with,
and kept in good condition, it would
be a mosi valuable asset to not only
the city but the county. It would be
-a big factor In freight rates, as the
merchants could haul goods, from the
springs in their delivery wagons,
without having to wait or pay for
public transportation of any kind.
Ocala hasn't patronized the Oklawaha
water route as It should for thirty
years, but it will some day, and an
up-to-date road would be the greatest
connecting link, incentive and help of
If such a road Is bu'lt, it should be
of brick and laid to last like the Ap-
pian way. It should follow Fort King
avenue but of town almost to the Mar
Jon Farms, and then turn into the
present road by an easy grade.
There are some things that the city
needs more than this proposed exten
sion, or road, whichever it is best to
call it. But it needs the road very
much, as we all know, and it will be a
good idea for ur people to investigate
and see what can be done
to go ahead with a better spirit and a
The reprinted ordinance and edi editorial
torial editorial will be found on the first page,
in company with a pertinent comment
between the I by Mr. Chambliss.
enough to think it
read the bunch.
We are conceited
will repay you to
Saved Number Xlae'a Iaensfera fraua
a Bad, Wreck Near Leenburtc
Train No. 9. Atlantic
of the Jolllest kind results. It appears
that one Prof. Xichol has a sort of a
museum in which he exhibits a midget,
Major Knott Much." This attraction.
wearying of routine duties, runs away
from the museum taking with him the
Big Black Bear, which is his constant
companion. Prof, NichoL facing cer
tain ruin if he cannot find another at
traction to take the place of Major
Knott Much, learns that the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Newly wed looks precisely
like his runaway midget. He succeeds
in kidnapping the baby, aided thereto
by the unconscious iirs. Newlywed,
and for a time there is a flurry of ex
citement over the loss of the baby and
the efforts to recover him. Everyone
suspects everyone else or having a
hand in the kidnapping, and matters
The Star has heard a few Ocala bus business
iness business men complain that the parcels
post hurt their business, as some of
their customers were enabled by it to
purchase goods from the big cities
more cheaply than they could in days
before it was inaugurated.
We daresay that the said merchants
share enough of the common good of
the parcels post to recoup themselves
for what little trade they lose that
9, Atlantic Coast Line.
had a bad wreck last
night if it hadn't been for a wideawake are put right only after the most hope
and careful engineer. jles3 misunderstandings are brought
The train was nearing Leesburg.j about
when Engineer J. V. Mack, who has j The company which has been engag-
been on the run only a short tlme.jed to illustrate this lively story on the
slowed down for Brogdon's switch, j stage includes many familiar and pop-
The engine passed over safely but thejular performers.
ninaAv fait Hornet h l n et fH vp under the I
rear drivers and stopped his train at
once. The tender and xront wheels of
. i lnff fha tratlr hut Tin
ubsb I V I a Vavtr, fnr bright trio of pretty girls of the Tro-
harm was done except a snaking tori. .
Trojan Gtrla Again at tne Temple
Everybody was enraptured with the
While the accident was not serious,
it happened in a way and place that
made it very difficult to get the vag vagrant
rant vagrant wheels back on the track, which
ra hlrtokcd till 8 o'clock this morn
The northbound passenger train
from St. Petersburg and the south-
here in the night, and tne morning
wov Snme Orala stores are sending
a -number of packages every day by bound passenger train.
n in i i a nnai tn nojrhtf rnm m u n It ies.
iiaivci4 wvi. w j j .
fow iinis morning, were an uru up
till this morning. The norm
and the asreregate must
Sears & Roebuck by oulte a
II, mrar-xr rasirlorit tt thl Pftltl. WTCCk
munity. and every other community j bound trains came into Ocala at 10
should patronize his or her home mer- 'o'clock with a tired and impatient
ii9n tn th lsnt nennv. not only be-I crowd.
cause It is patriotic, but because it is
the best-policy. Not only does it keep
the money at home, but it Is more sat-
isfactory. You can see and feel what I ciaetf
- v. nmo m.-Viant la frlvlnsr von. but!
you don t know wnat ir.e man
iATIFACTOM EAN1MS SERVICE
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.
OCALA - -
COAST LINE'S TlEW CAR
jan company when they were here last.
One of the young ladies has one of. the
sweetest voices ever heard from the
Ocala stage and all three are talented
for actors and peaches for looks.
They will be at the Temple tomor
row and Thursday afternoons and eve
nings and are sure of good houses
The Temple has done well to retain
The Temple had large crowds last
night and Saturday night, with superb
attractions in both pictures and music
The amateurs failed to show up Sat
urday night, but a good bunch is train
ing for next time.
The KiMKN of the Forent
Don't forget that fine subject, "The
Kings of the Forest," at the Ideal to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening. The Ideal is giving
good shows every night, and "The
King of the Forest" w ill be partic particularly
ularly particularly fine.
Trojan !r.K, Temple Tomorrow, Mnt-
iaee and IVlght
There will be a fine all feature, show
at the Temple tomorrow, matinee and
night. The matinee will' start at 3
o'clock, night show at 6:45. The Tro
jan Girls will come back for a return
engagement .with a complete change
oi high class singing, readings ana
selections. Eleanor Cameron
ear.l in a different program
ii,r tnfsHannd thattwn ists will even and there win be rour nne reels or pic-
Holn. 1 V I
I In Vio mntt cowrf CUSPS CCmtlGtC'V Cuia lurt s.
. . i ,,i
your nome mercnams iore u u,r4-u,"c I them. We are willing to personally
as uis in iiut rrnarflnf this and to return vourmciicy The Moose carnival. whlctt opens
the man oraer nouse is to ew 1 urn- lanfhout arCTiment if VOUT cornplexioa 13 I next Monday, March 4th, on -Main
or Chicago. The home
the man who helps pay the taxes and
J. F. JENKINS,
G. K. WILLIAMS,
E. M. WILUAMS
Office and Warehouse on S. A. L. and A. C. L. Tracks
PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND LARGE CONTRACTS A SPECIAUY
BUT NO JOB TOO SMALL TO MERIT OUR BEST ATTENTION
Telephone 389 - - - - Ocala, Florida
Imorovement on tae
order: The Coast Line has a handsome new
house is sending until days after you car on the Ilorr.osassa run; it is either
n,M trt- t "Kfall rtrrJjir hnilflps : lirand nfV. or looks enOUSh like it tO
are irenerallv reliable, and mean just pass muster. It is a big Improvement,
what they say when they advertise! the trainmen are proua oi n, anu me
Kot tt tvJi, irnnila ara nnt catlsfnctnrv titmnlo are nleased. Let the good work
l UU L V 1 fwv,. ' I -
they will refund the "money. But If the go on.
goods, are. not what you want, by the!
time you have returned tnem and re- 11 Jj fl 1.
ceived others, or your money has been ; IF lAlTlAO fL5IS"IS
refunded, you have had a lot of work
and worry for nothlng-and that is Tt ?, an ab3olute f act. that one 50 cent
someimnK mai s i WIIRON'S FRECKLrJ CKLAU I mus-icai s
you every time you order from a mail ... f i ,cS or cau: a will be h
Buy your goods
l" t' i if (
at home, and
goes down in his jeans to aid in boost
ing the old town along. If he doesn't
belong to your church or your lodge,
he belongs to some friend's church or
lodge,. and if you meet lm away from
home, he looks a darnsjte more homely
and homelike than one of Montgom
ery, Ward & Co's. catalogues.
Vam YnrlT O .... f I
l" V i Without argument It your complexion is next Monday, March 4th, on
nrAmluoc t a Antlnca oil nraviniia
WTT.SOM'S FRECKLE CREAM is fino, efforts in the way of
fragrant and absolutely harmless JYVill amusement ever brought to Ocala.
molfA Vioiv rrrnm rinr. Will TV?lLl VeiV I The olefti-if 1 cht nrnnnsltinn nnnr
rpmnve TAN. PIMPLES and FRECiv-1 Droperly adjusted, has : caused much
LES. Come in today and try it. The jars relief to the Moose committee, as they
are larcre and resulte absolutely certain, experienced some difficulty in secur-
bent Dy mail 11 aesireu. t uvv. mg ine requirea curreeni.
Mammoth iars $1.00. WILSUN 'b fAltt
SKIN SOAP 25c For eale by
THE POSTOFFICB DRUGSTORE
ANOTHER MATTER FOR
OCALVS MILITARY COMPANY
SHOULD HE UPHELD
The Star hears with regret that in
consequence of expiration of enlist
ments and lack of recruits, the roster
of the Ocala Rifles has dwindled to the
lowest number in many years.
The Ocala Rifles is one of the city's
oldest and most honored institutions.
In the old days, when the company
was more of a social club than any
thing else, there was no trouble in
keeping the ranks full, end later when
there has been little but patriotism and
a sense of duty well done to pay the
soldier for much hard work and some
danger, the force has kept up in a way
to make Ocala proud if Ocala had
atonned to think of her little khaki-
clad army, which Ocala seldom did ex
cept when the bugle was calling the
bovs to the state encampment or to
suppress a riot.
The city s-hould support the military
comnanv. It can be an ornament if
the people will help it to be and
sometimes its a grim necessity. When
we need it, we need it like the Texan
needs his gun we need it bad.
We should remember the boys every
week in the year. Instead of only on
the days when we see them packing
their knapsacks and blanket rolls to
encamoment. or when we see their
bzvonets fixed in suDDort of the 1m
The Military Girls in Hie "Newly weds and Their Baby,
TEMPLE TKEATZU TII2S EVENING
The shows will arrive "from St. Pe
tersburg, where : they are playing a
HOARDING nOUSE FOR SALE
The fall of the awning around the
Robertson building Sunday night Has
caused a number of our citizens to
request the Star to stir up the city
government on an important and too
long neglected matter.
There are a number of awnings
around the city much less substantial
in appearance than the one that blew
down Sunday night. No one knows
when the next one may tumble, and
when it does some one may be hurt or
If the awning around the Robertson
building had fallen a few minutes
later, it would very likely have caused
harm to some of the. people going
home from church. If it had fallen a
few hours, later, the broken electric
light wires might have started a bad
fire,, or even killed some one, as hap
pened In another Dart of the city a
few weeks ago.
These things should always be look
ed after by a competent and careful
Inspector. The opinion of -the passer passerby
by passerby 1s seldom based on close and ac
curate observation. The awning
around the Robertson building looked
solid enough, and it was probably
safer than several now standing.
An eight-room boarding house, well
furnished, centrally located, doing nice
business, electric lights, phone, bath,
etc. Will sell everything except house.
Call phone 378 if interested. Ad.
A HOME INSTITUTION
MANY PEOPLE LOVE A FAT MAN
The almoa. unanimous good will
which accoaipanles President Taft out
of office leads most folks to seriously
doubt the truth of the saying, that
nobody loves a fat man."
The Ocala Teleohone Company is
rapidly finishing its new building, and
will soon be able to move into it. This
Is one of the comparatively few inde
pendent companies in the United
States. Considering its resources. It
gives surprisingly good service. It is
to the" interest of our people to enable
it to remain independent?
Should Convince Every Ocala Reader
The frank statement of a neighbor,
elling the merits of a remedy.
Bids you pause and believe.
The same endorsement
By some stranger far away
Commands no belief at all.
Here's an Ocala case.
An Ocala citizen testifies.
Read and be convinced.
T. T. Madden, 102 Orange avenue.
Ocala, Fla., says: "I am wen pleased
with the results I have had from
Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at Ty-
dlngs & Co's. drugstore. My kidneys
did not do their work as they should
and there was much lameness and
soreness across my back. I used
Doan's Kidney Pills and they brought
me such great relief that I am con
vinced of their merit.
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. Ad. No. t
LEST AVE FORGET -we
are making plans to lm
It is reported from Washington that
Oscar W. Underwood, chairman of the
ways and means committee, is finding
progress with a democratic
measure difficult, and may find it im
possible. Mr. Underwood does not de- little avail.
slr too radical a reduction of the
tariff, bearing in mind that the coun
try must have revenue to meet its ex
penses. and this view is said to be
shared bv Mr. Wilson. A number of
democrats, however, are said to be de
prove our city, let us not forget more
water and a sewer system. We don't
hear so much about them the last few
weeks: but they are the first on the
tariff Hst of municipal necessaries. Without
them, other improvements will be of
A fight between Texas state troops
and Mexicans Is possible at Mataraoras
as the Mexicans have held a number of
Texans for ransom on their side of the
river and Governor Colquitt of Texas
. has ordered the state troops to the
71i tiil IIV Uk W .. "--'-' I
mhtnlnsr with the rescue. Texas couia.wntp
while others are
republicans to keep the tariff as high
as ever. These reports cause so much
glee In the republican camp that a
doubt of their authenticity is at least
she was allowed to.
The river and harbor bill is through
Congress, but Taft says it is extrav
agant and threatens to veto it.
The Tennessee legislature defeated
a bill to abolish the death penalty.
The legislature probably thought that
murder didn't need any ; encourage encouragement
ment encouragement in Tennessee.-r-Times-Unlon,
It doesn't seem to need very much
in Florida. .
Mr. Henry & Chubb, the benevolent
autocrat of the republican party in
Florida, after a visit to Mr. Hulburd's
magnificent place at Heather Island,
returned to his home in Gainesville
Monday, Mr. Chubb has lots of friends
in Ocala. and he expects to pay them
something like a visit as soon as the
The Mexicans did not kill any of
their presidents or vice-presidents
President-elect Wilson will call Con
gress to meet in extra session April 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
The circuit court Is still grinding ;
grist of small cases, but will proba
bly finish Its work tomorrow.
Hall McAllister has been allowed to
go under f500 bond for appearance at
the next term of court.
Joe Home, colored, was sent up for
two years for cattle stealing.
TUESDAY, FEB. 25 Us.
The Merry Musical
THE NEWLY WEDS
60 1-2- PEOPLE 60 1-2
75 per cent oi 'em GIRLS
OPEN DAT AXli TfTGHT
The Biggest and Best Musical
Drama Coming to Ocala
PRICES 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50
Tickets on Sale at Court
Merchants Cafe, A. C I depot cor
ner. Meals a la carte ana juncnes ni
any hour. Ad.
NO NEED TO STOP WORK
When the doctor orders you to stop
work It staggers you. I can't, you say.
You know you are weak; run down
and falling in health day by day, but
vou must work as long as you can
sand. What you need is Electric Bit
ters to give you tone, strength and
vijror to your system, to prevent break
down and build you up. Don't be weak.
s5csly or ailing when Electric Bitters
will benefit you from the first dose.
Thousands bless them for their glor
ious nealth and strength. Try them.
Every bottle Ic guaranteed to satisfy.
Only 50c. at Tydings & Co. Adv.
f V i I t
M i J
spices ofthe local Elks lodge.
"What Happened to, -Mary,' that ex
ceedlngly popular Edison feature and
other good subjects is promised for to tonight
night tonight at the Ideal., This is the sixth
installment of What Happene d to
Mary and is a pretty story very clev
erly portrayed by the famous uiDin
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SURPRISE TOUR FRIENDS
For four weeks regularly use Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They stimulate
the liver, improve digestion, remove
blood impurities, pimples and erup
tions disappear from your face and
body and you feel better. Begin at
once. Buy at Tydings & Co. Adv.
Solid and filled chains, the best for
the money, and guaranteed as repre represented.
sented. represented. A. E. Burnett Ad.
Here is a message of hope and good
cheer from Mrs. C. J. Martin, Boone
Mill, Va.. who is the mother of eight eighteen
een eighteen children. Mrs. Martin was cured of
stomach trouble and constipation by
Chamberlain's Tablets after five years
of suffering, and now recommends
these tablets to the public. Sold by
all dealers. -Adv.
Beck's hard .water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
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.
The Texas Wonder cures kidney and
bladder trouble. removing gravel,
cures diabetes, wak and lame backs,
rheumatism and all irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder in both men
and women. Regulates bladder trou troubles
bles troubles in children. If not sold by your
druggist, will be sent by mail on re receipt
ceipt receipt of $1. One small bottle is two
months treatment and seldom fails to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from this and other states. Dr. E. W.
Hall. 209S Olive street. St. Louis, Mo
Sold by all druggists. Ad,
SHE GAVE UP
Physicians Failed To Help Mrs
Greta, Dot She finally Fiusd
Better la Cardal
Do you know that more real danger
lurks in a common cold than in any
other of the" minor ailments? The
safe way is to take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, a thoroughly reliable
preparation, and rid yourself of the
cold as quickly as possible. This rem remedy
edy remedy Is for sale by all dealers. Adv.
MW.miWih,.i.,.vIM .. m.iiii i .
y iii.iw.-:-.:yxg -..: ?.
.i'. v T"
We have just received another cariuaa oi iock. inis
car contained some exceptionally fine horses and mules,
selected in person, in the Atlanta markets by Mr. Tomp Tompkins.
kins. Tompkins. Call at the barns and look the drove over, while the
selection is large, and pick out what you need.
The Animals are Guaranteed and the Prices and
Term?? are Right Respectfully,
Are you troubled with roaches? Then
try a box of Magic Hoodoo roach pow powder
der powder at the Court Pharmacy. Adv.
If you have dlxxy speTis, attacks of
momentary blindness, with ringing
noises in the ears it is an unfailing
sign of a torpid liver; a condition
which brings on some serious sickness
if neglected. Herbine is a powerful
liver tonic It puts strength and ac activity
tivity activity into the liver, purifies the bow bowels
els bowels and restores a feeling of health,
vigor and cheerfulness. Price 50c
Sold by all druggists. Adv.
CHINA DINNER SETS
UU II "1
XOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
Meatre, V. Mrs. J. C. Oren of this
jsiac&, saji: "I suffered with "womanly,
troubles so that I could hardly sit up.
Two of the best doctors la our town
treated me, and I tried different medi
cines, tmui i bt VA c,c j Notice is hereby given that the reg-
82agj t'ji-Mi w mrxm r'ular annual meeting of the stockhold stockhold-One
One stockhold-One day X decided to try "ie Gf the Ocala Water Company will
duL It did BO af aJfJjbe held in the city of Ocala. on Satur Satur-ordered
ordered Satur-ordered some more, and It cured me I R4. 'f Marfn ad 191s
.ti a v AHA fn day, the 8th day or Marc n, a. v. isii.
xuuay, a ice u i
The pains and the trouble are all
gone. I feel like another person la
every way. I -wish every sufferer could
know what Cardul will do for sick
fcr the election of officers ana sucn
other business as may be brought be before
fore before it. J. A. Campbell. Secretary.
A few doses of Cardul at the right
time, will save many a tlx doctor bill,
prersntlnc serious sickness.
It tones up the nervous system, and
Ips make pale cheeks fresh and rosy.
Thousands of weak women have seen
estored to health and happlnes by
tains; Cardul. Suppose you try It
It may he Just the medicine you &eed
ft 9. Writ to: 1$' Advfsonr DeU CnS
moo Melne Owttajwets. Twa ft; tawew
fer saa.riat l Uia rut. wqwmi.
OL1.IE MOltlMS 5IARKET OPLN
The market tormerty xnown as the
OIlie Mordls is now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right.
Ad. OLUE MORDIS.
Dealer in Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia
jfXT-l"; jrrz- ... r rir
FOR RENT Offices 'n Holder bund
ling. Apply to uavis & Mania.
Order a China Dinner or Breakfast
Set with your Initial on same.
OCALA nVEL6 STAli, TUESDAY, FEBKUAR1 25, 1913
II Mricts IF rail i Mary
" The Ideal Plan
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
any one asks me the best way to save, I say,1 r ; :
THE WAY TO SAVE HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH
You are invited to attend the
Millinery Opening on
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, f
FEBRUARY 26th. and 27th. f
At the Parlors of ?
May craft. Ir PeCamp
OCALA -:- -:- : FLORIDA f
.'.V 4 -:..-f:&y.'-i'i fTrr& Wlr2V' 'F JIUl 1
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
There is still a bigger difference in
the change of the woman's work who"
uses modern cooking utensils, such as
is found in our store. Not only can
her work be done quicker, but more
pleasantly and easier, to say nothing
We have One of the
in the State, Without
n n lm q
tH-- ---v -t rr
( i i i l M .v r
kind that do not taruMi, and there nre pretty dark
green and blue ones, and many other colors and
shades and all of the different shape and trimmings.
We will take great pleasure in showing you our
line of beds, and can certainly please you in this
McIVER ."& McKAY
THE FURIilTURE AND HOUSE FOIISUGS STORE
started savings accounts If
of the difference in the results of her
For some purposes you want tin tinware,"
ware," tinware," for others, granite ware; again
copper and enameled ware or wooden
ware. We have every article you
want and the way you want it.
Taking into consideration the small
expense of a properly equipped kitch kitchen,
en, kitchen, the amount of time you spend In
it, and how much depends upon your
cooking, you can well afford to have
the proper utensils for the work.
Prettiest Line of Beds
Excepting any Firm.
We carry over fifty differ different
ent different slvle?, and -nearly as
many different price?.
Thcie are handsome white
enamelled with little cr no
hra?s trimm'ngs, then there
an? fioiid brass beds, the
Undertaker Smith, pnones 10 and 94.
Elks meet this evening-.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Moose meet Thursday evening.
Whit Clover Floor Is better. Aak
County Commissioner Henderson was
in town today.
"What Happened to Mary,- Ideal
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Trojan Girls, matinee and night, at
the Temple tomorrow,, four pictures, ad
Icy-Hot bottles at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Ad.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Trojan Girls, matinee and night, at
the Temple tomorrow, four pictures, ad
Graduate lady stenographer seeks
position. Apply 1L care Star. 2-24
SIX ROOM COTTAGE FOR RENT
Apply to Mrs. R. D. Fuller. 1-5
"What Happeaed to Mary," Ideal
Fine watches In any style Tor ladles
and gentlemen at any price desired, at
A. E. Burnett's. Ad.
Mr. J. M. Barco, ex-Ocala banker,
now of Clearwater, is visiting bis
Call phone No. '284 for your quick
delivery service when in need of drugs,
prescriptions or toilet articles, Adv.
COOK WANTEDA good cook and
house girl wanted In Ocala. Must stay
on place. Good wages, Apply to Star
Trojan Girls, matinee and Eight, at
the Temple tomorrow, four pictures, ad
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy, Adv.
"What Happened to Mary," Ideal
..Ideal, matinee every day and night.
Today: Jinx'a Ulrtbday Party, The
Foater Child, The L.lttle Orgia Grinder
of San Joan. One price all the time, 5
and 10 eenta Adv,
Mr. Will Gray will soon be in the
fish-pri7.e class himself. He hauled a
ten-pound bass out of orange lake
yesterday.-, beside several good-sized
smaller fish. 'V
FOR RENT Two mcely furnished
light housekeeping rooms; all modern
conveniences; reasonable rates. Phone
378. or call at this otflce. Adv. 2-7tf
The Kins of the Forest, that srreat
aenaatlonal and Instructive animal pic
ture, by the Sella; players, I the fea
ture at the Ideal Wednewday, matinee
and night, Feb. 20th. One price all
the time, 5 and 10 cent. Adv.
The K. of P. had a
meeting last night. The Tank of es esquire
quire esquire was conferred on Messrs. R. L.
Carter, W. M. Parker and H. P. Bal Bal-linger.
linger. Bal-linger. Mr. Frank H. Dupuis of Fair Fairfield
field Fairfield was a welcome visitor.
"What Happened to Mary,"
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
Shoe polish. We nave anything you
need for shoes in stock at the Court
CACKLE: CACKLE: CACKLE: Yes
the hens are all cackling when fed
Conkey's Laying Tonic. It sure does
bring the eggs. For sale by Ocala
Seed Store. 10-25 tues&fri
..Ideal, matinee every day and night.
Today: Jinx's Birthday Party, The
Foster Child, The Little Organ Grinder
of San Juan. One price U the time, S
and 10 cent. Adv,
MEN We will teach barber trade
quickly, cheaply, thoroughly and fur furnish
nish furnish tools. Write for catalogue. Moler
College, Atlanta, Ga. 10-22
' There are several little darkles in
Ocala. who have a hab't of riding
bicycles hellbent around corners, tak taking
ing taking chances on who they may run over
or what they may run into. One of
the tribe ran into Mr. J. C. Gelger's
auto at the Munroe& Chambliss Bank
corner this noon, and missed being
killed by the skin of his teeth. Mr.
Geiger did all he could to avert the
collision, but the boy drove right
against the car. He escaped with a
bruised leg, but his bike was wrecked.
LOST Stick pin, brown Egyptian
princess head set in gold. Reward of offered
fered offered for its return to the express of office.
fice. office. 10-21-tf
"Waat Happened to 5Iary," Ideal
The city authorities have again
obliged Mr. T. F. Ballard to put his
papers back in his little shop. Instead
of keeping them on the shelves across
the sidewalk. Mr. Ballard's papers are
not in anybody's way, and his patrons.
which comprise a large proportion of
our citizenship, like to have, them
where they have been displayed ever
since he went In the business. There
are a whole lot of nuisances that the
city government can profitably go aft
er before It bothers Ballard, and the
Star will be pleased to show them a
Waaf Happened to Mary,
Palmer's toilet -articles can be found
at the Court, Pharmacy. Adv.
There was quite a large docket at
the recorder's court, both yesterday
and today. $55 in fines was assessed
by Recorder Izlar yesterday and ?45
this morning. The violations of the
automobile ordinance constituted a
good portion of the cases.
Trojan Girls, matinee and night, at
the Temple tomorrow, four pictures, ad
EGGS FOR SALE
Barred Plymouth Rock and Indian
Runner duck eggs, per setting. II.
S. Wesson, Ocala. 2-lS-lm
D BAT II OF A BABY
The friends of. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie
Smoak -will sympathize deeply with
them In the loss of their seven-weeks-old
daughter, who died last evening.
The funeral services were held thi3
afternoon and the little one was laid
away in Greenwood. The funeral was
attended by many friends of the sor sorrowing:
rowing: sorrowing: young- parents, whose grief at
the loss of their treasure is deep in
deed. Rev. Bunyan Stephens officiated
and Mclver and MacKay had charge pi
AIDING THE ARTISTIC
The flowerbeds in the courthouse
border are being trimmed and fertilise,
ed, the lawn is being raked and clip clipped,
ped, clipped, and all the courthouse yard is
having a freshening up. John .Heintz,
the benevolent genl of the Ocala flow flowers,
ers, flowers, is in charge of the work.
" This Is a good work, for it is helping
to keep pretty one of the most help helpfully
fully helpfully beautiful spots in Ocala. Marion
county scored a large number one the
day she decided to beautify her court courthouse
house courthouse square. No othr one thing has
done so much to favorably impress
the stranger, and it has been of untold
advantage to our home people. The
beauty spot in, the center of" the busy
city refreshes all who see it, and it is
to the public interest to always keep
it fresh and beautiful.
BRIGHT OUTLOOK FOR BASEBALL
Our young baseball champions are
out on the diamond for practice al almost
most almost every afternoon, and the outlook
for the organization of a swift team
The stars of last year are shining
brighten than ever, and some new ones
have been discovered. A good prac practice
tice practice game i3 expected Thursday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, and the natty new uniforms will
probably be here in a few days. f
The opening game is expected witli
Palatka on the 15th. Ocala has superb
material for a ball team, and the Star
hopes the people will do all in their
power to help Its development.
A (iOOD.M)OKIXG TRAIX
The block on the Coast Line last
night near Leesburg caused train No.
38, the northbound Palmetto Limited,
to come thru Ocala by daylight, it ar arriving
riving arriving ahead of No. 10 about 10:30.
Quite a number of our people saw the
train, and all admired it. It is cer certainly
tainly certainly a handsome tra'n, carrying
three Pullmans, and the ordinary
coach is a much newer and better one
than any that pass thru Ocala by day daylight.
light. daylight. It was crowded with people. If
the Coast Line would keep the cars on
Nos. 3D and 40 In as good shape as those
on 37 and 38, the people would be bet better
ter better satisfied.
BOB SAYS ITS RICH
Mr. R.' T. Adams returned today from
Gainesville, where he witnessed the
play of "The Newlyweds" last night.
Mr. Adams says the play is rich, and
as we all know it takes a good play to
The company arrived from Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville this afternoon and will play at
the Temple tonight.
FAIR. FOR THE WOMAN'S CLUB
A demonstration fair under the aus auspices
pices auspices of the 'Woman's Club, will be
held in the armory, March 6, 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, s ; V
AVER WILL BE ABSENT
Dr. C. B. Ayer, of the dental firm of
Puller & Ayer, will be absent from the
office for ten days, on account of the
illness of his brother. Anyone wish
ing to see Dr. Ayer, will 'please call
on Dr. Fuller.
A number of moves are taking place.
or-soon will. Mr. Emmett Robinson
will remove his family from the cot cottage
tage cottage on South Second street, where he
has lived since his marriage to his own
house on Oklawaha avenue. Mr. II.
Chambers will move into the cottaafe
Mr. Robinson vacates and Mr. Percy
Billingsley and family will occupy
the cottase on Fort Kins now oc
cupied by Mr. Chambers and family.
DR. W. K. LANE
Specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Office, Law Library Bldg., Ocala.
Stop coughing by using1 Cherry Bark
Cough Syrup. Sold only at the Rexall
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Trojan Girls, matinee and night, at
the Temple tomorrow, four pictures, ad
3 cans Van Camp's sonp 25c
3 "Hincc Meat ------25c
" Sunbeam shrimp.... 25c
lb Soda. ... 5c
2 cans small flat Salmon. 35c
"large ? ..3Cc
" taU Salmon.. 30c
2 Argo large Salmon
1 Ocean Gem tall
HOTEL ASTOR COFFEE
. 40 els. per Pound
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
Miss Walter to Wed Mr. Arm or
Formal announcement Is made loday
of the engagement and marriage to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow of Mls Florence Walters and
Mr. William Lman Armoury the "Titers
iteret-yhfc contracting parlTeS?
The ceremony will take place at 11:20
o'clock in thei morning at the home of
Miss Walters"! parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
A.' Walters oa South Third street, and
will be performed by Rev. J. B. Ley
of jhe Methodist ghgirch.
"The wedding will be a quiet one,
only relatives and a very few Intimate
friends witnessing the ceremony? Im Immediately
mediately Immediately after the marriage a pret prettily
tily prettily appointed luncheon will be served
after which Mr, and Mrs. Armour will
leave on the 12:30 Seaboard Limited
for Jacksonville for their honeymoon,
whieh will Include a trip down the
east coast td Key West, then by boat
to St. Petersburg and Tampa.
Miss Walters came with her parents
to Ocala several years ago from ilon ilon-tezuma.
tezuma. ilon-tezuma. Ga., and is a very attractive
young lady who has made for herself
a large circle of friends who wish her
Mr. Armour is an extensive property
holder in Sumter county has a home
on the shores of Lake Panasoffkee,
surrounded by a large orange grove,
where he will take his bride. He Is a
relative of the world-famed Chicago
Mr. Wnlermn lloxf mh of the Bridge
" The Tuesday Morning Bridge Club
spent two andfa half hours jeit ie ie-lir:ifHy
lir:ifHy ie-lir:ifHy today With Mrs. II. A. Wa Waterman,
terman, Waterman, t who jfntertained the club
members and afew friends at the at attractive
tractive attractive home of her sister-in-law,
Mrs. W, V. Newsom on Fort King ave
""The morning was one of the prettiest
of the month and the large bright
rooms where the four tables for
bridge were arranged blended with
their cheery occupants beautifully
with the weather.
At the last meeting auction was
played, but the club decided to wait
until each member knew the game be
fore playing again, so this morning
bridge was resumed. Top scores were
made by Miss Stotesbury and Mrs.
Bheinauer, the former receiving the
club prize, a cut glass bon-bon dish.
ana ine lauer trie guest prize, a
hand-painted olive dish.
Assisted by Mrs. Newsom and Miss
Xewsom, Mrs. Waterman served her
guests, at the conclusion of the games,
to a delicious lunch including the fol following
lowing following savory dishes: celery and nut
salad, served in cups made of tamotoes,
creamed asparagus on toast, sand
wiches, wafers, olives, coffee and
Playing at the four tables were
Misses Elizabeth Newsom, Mattie Wil
liams, Alice Bullock, Emily Stotesbury,
Mrs. B. X. Looney, Mrs. Harvey Clark,
Mrs. Edward Holder. Mrs Charles
Rheinauer,.Mrs. M. J. Roess, Mrs. Violet
PowersMrs. Clarence Camp, .Mrs. John
Taylor, -Mrs. H. C." Dozier, Mrs. Emily
Green, Mrs. Albert Gerig and Mrs.
Charles Lloyd. Mrs. ; John Williams
was a lovely guest who did not play,
The next meeting of the club, will
be with Mrs. Charles Lloyd,
Miss Bet tie Wray, Mclver will leave
tomorrowloR Columbia, S. C, where
she will vlslfcher uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs.( Thomas Wray and cousins,
Mxand MrfTjames MacDonald. Miss
Mclver will be away three weeks.
One of the prize receipts in the Jan January
uary January Issue of Armour's Cook Book
came from Mrs. T, D. Lancaster of
Ocala. It is a receipt for meat "pie and
we reprint it for the use of .our read
ers, namely: "One caif ot Verlbest
Roast Beef. Put in a pan alternate
layers of beef, two onions chopped
fine, six hard boiled eggs, and six
sliced Irish potatoes. Add two cups of
hot, water, salt and pepper to taste.
Cover well with pastry made with one
and one-half cups of flour, one small
tablespoon of Simon Pure Leaf Lard,
a pinch of salt, and enough cold water
to make a soft dough. Bake slowly."
Miss Margaret Stevens, the rwt
little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. V.
Stevens of Lakeland, was the gruest
or ner uncieuaj-aunt, Mr. and Airs, is
A. Weathers f tfom Saturday until to
day. She returned home with her
.(ather, who came Monday.
Dr. and Mrs. J?ylvan McElroy are the
proud parent of a handsome $mua
son, .born to Thm at their home in Or Or-lando
lando Or-lando Thursday night. Mrs. McElroy
was formerlj Miss Edna Dozier of
Among those going to Orlando today
to attend the state golf meet which Is
to be held In that city Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday, were Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Drake, Miss Gladys Drake,
Mr. Stephen Jewett, Mr. Jack Camp
and the guests in his home, Mr. and
Mrs. Johnny Johnson of Muncie, Ind.,
and Miss Therese Nuroey of Virginia,
Mr. George Robinson, Mr. Phil Robin
son, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Camp and
Mr. Clarence Camp. Several made the
trip in cars.
Miss Vic Raysor at the hospital .is
doing well today. She is a lovely and
popular young lady, and her friends
earnestly hope for-her speedy recovery.
Mrs, J. F. Thompson and children re
turned this morning from St Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, where they spent a few days
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hammett and
two children of Sylacauga, Ala., have
arrived in the city from Fort Meade,
where they spent some time, and will
visit Mrs. Blanche Whetstone.
Mr. and Mrs. D. U. McGinnis and lit
tle son Willard will leave tomorrow
for Tampa, where Mr. McGinnis will
have a position with his same people.
the Roess Lumber Company, but at
their latest acquisition, the big lumber
plant that they purchased there lately.
Mr. and -Mrs. McGinnis have a great
manv friends in Ocala who will regret
to hear of their departure.
Mr. Harry Clarkson will leave to
morrow for Sumter county, where he
will spend a few days hunting with
A large, crowd went down the run
and river Sunday on the City of Ocala.
Among the passengers was a party
which stopped and took a basket din
ner at the Gibson grove. The party
consisted of Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Loden
Mrs. Minnie Smith, Misses Ruth Har Hardee,
dee, Hardee, Ruth Smith, Ruth Blowers and
Ella Bogie, and Messrs. Carl Loden
Ray Spitiler, Herman Cooksey, Jim
and Jack Thompson, Tom Jameson
Watson Tyson. Frank Bogie and Clar
ence Green. Captain Frank Mathews
and Gen. Pass. Agent Graham accom
. '.. . v i
Y jyi 0 (a) p n T r? j
Consistently follows a conservative policy
and invites your patronage, knowing that its
facilities for rendering prompt and efficient
service are unsurpassed.
H. D. STOKES.
JNO. L EDWARDS, Pres.
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. XV. DITTO
F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
THE Dr. M'CLANE
AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr. McClane's ResidenceNo. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block, Southwest Corner Public Square.
We have just- received a full
are in position to make you good prices on any varieties that you may
need. All orders will receive our most prompt and careful attention.
Can forward packages weighing up to 11 pounds by parcel post and at
amen cneaper rates than Dy express.
Below we list a few varieties of
?lad to make quotations on any others not listed.
Ward well's Kidney Wax Beans.
Davis White Wax Beans
Curries Rust Proof Wax Beans.
Red Valentine Beans
Black Valentine Beans . .
Extra Early Ref ugee ; Beans
Longfellow Boans ; i ; . . . .;.
Any of the above varieties .
Any of the above varieties .
Livingston's Globe Tomato ....
Redfield Beauty Tomato .......
New Stone Tomato ..........
Spark's Earliana Tomato
Dwarf Champion Tomato
Early Detroit Tomato ...
White Spine Cucumber .......
Early Fortune Cucumber . '. .
Long Green Cucumber .......
Genuine Rocky Ford Cantaloupe.
Tom Watson Watermelon
Florida Favorite Watermelon .
Kleckley Sweets Watermelon...
Georgia Rattlesnake Watermelon.
MAINE GROWN SEED POTATOES
Red Bliss Triump'i Potatoes .....
Spaulding's Rose No. 4 Potatoes...
Irish Cobbler Potatoes
We have many other varieties
them as reasonable as any dealer In
them as perfectly reliable and far
We solicit your patronage and
entrusted to our care.
panled the party, and the picnic dinner
in the orange grove was a typical
Fair tonight probably light fro.t
interior of north portion; Wednesday
increasing' cloudiness and warmer.
probably followed by rain extreme
GOLD LOCKET LOST
A heart-shaped, solid gold locket
lost on the streets of Ocala Monday.
Monogram initials E. V. S. Reward
will be paid for its return to W. W.
Stripling or thi3 office. 2-20-tf
FOR EXCHANGE FOR
LANDS IS FLORIDA
Stock of groceries and elegant resi
dence In one of the best towns In Geor
gia. Box. 125, Jackson Ga. 2-17-3td
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
S4O0 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 403 Instrument and you will ap appreciate
preciate appreciate the opportunity more: Height,
four feet 9i 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,
Care Magnolia Rooming Apartments.
PAID IX 973,09.
CLARENCE CAMP. Vlc Pre.
Town property, improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, sre.ofal etaoin etao shrd
improved, for sale. Real profit profit-bringing
bringing profit-bringing investments.
Orange Groves .Jetaoi etoai shrd
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Groves or almost anything you
wish, on terms to suit.
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
Phone 285 OCALA. FLA.
line of all kinds of fresh seeds and
the seed that we carry and will ba ?
per bushel J 'J 'J-per
per 'J-per busher',
3.50 10 peck sacks
3.50 10 peck sacks
3.50 10 peck sacks
of seeds of all kinds and can make
the South and can recommend
superior to what are sold by some
guarantee satisfaction on all orders
DR. D. M. B0NEY
Optometry Office mud Laboratory
OFFICE HOURS ,
9 to 12 a, m., 1:20 to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2-6 Gary Building, Ocala, Fla
WE CAN SCFPIil YOU WITH
For All Purposes, Whether Tour
j Ilequireraents are ror Jioiae tus
! Or for a Carload.
PLACE TO rm onrHsn with 1:3.
OCAIiA ICE & PACKING CO.
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6c ALA EVEXIXG STAR, TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1913
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V IMPORTED DUTCH 1
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Hans thought it o'er end mare and mere
It seemed to him but fair
That Hitla folks in other lands
Van Houten's joys should share.
So taking leave of Holland's shore
He crossed the ocean b! us
And brought "Sweet Rcna." to your deer
So you might share it, loo!
5iir Fersiial Siaraifee
T7e have been in business in this town J
for some time, and we are looking to J
build up trade by always advising our
So when we tell you that we have
found the eczema remedy and that we
stand back of it with the manufacturer's
iron clad guarantee, backed by ourselves
you can depend tipon it that we give our
advice not in order to sell a few bottles
of medicine to sUin sufferers, but be because
cause because we know how It will help o"r
business if we help our patrons.
"Ve keep In stock and sell, all the well
known skin remedies. But we will say
this: If you are suffering from any
kind of skin trouble, eczema, psoriasis,
rash or tetter, we want you to try a full
size bottle of D. D. D. Prescription.
And. if it does not do the. work, this
bottle will cost you nothing. You alone
A yo In an1 a ere fn -WA t.fl.VA gAATl flOW 3.
fewdropa of this simple wash applied
to trie sKin, tanes away xne utu. in instantly.
stantly. instantly. And the cures all seem to v
D. D. 1. Prescription made by the
composed of thymol, glycerine, oil of
wintergreen ana otner neaung, soomiuB,
coolinsr ingredients. And if you are
just crazy with itch, you will feei
soothed and cooled, the itch absolutely
washed away ti.3 moment you applied
Uta Tl Tl T
We have made fast friends of moT
than one family by recommending this
rmoAv tn n kln sufferer here and
there and we want you to try it now
on our positive no-pay guarantee.
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Boy3 from Eight to Fourteen Years Received, and Carefully Trained on
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Apply for Prospectus to the Sister Superior -ST.
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'T' ; : 111
New Hotel Astor
A. B. Vance, mgr. director
. CAFE IN CONNECTION
European Plan, $1.09 and up
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE DATH
Hot and Cold Running Water and
Telephone In Rooms. Elevator
Corner Bay and Hogan streets, one
block from postoffice. Street cars
from Union Station and all steamers
pass the door.
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wounds, sores or abrasions of the flesh. It 13 a splendid house household
hold household remedy for man or beast.
Try It for cuts, burns, bruises, old sores, lame back, rheumatism,
neuralgia, sciatica, frost bites, chlllblains. contracted muscles,
stiff neck. It stops pain and heals Quickly.
Price 25s, 50s end 31.00 per Bottle.
F. 'tWISa l'S3?SZTC3 ST. LCWS,
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Stephens Eye Salves.
Al t' rSRCCOISTS
By HENRY RUSSELL MILLER.
'The Man Hither Up"
Ceprrirfet, 191!, ky the Bofebs-MtrrQ
: Ccmptaj ;
X the bank, behind closed
blinds, Warren Blake was
working at hi.- desk. He had
been seen coining out of the
bank every night for weeks. It did
not cause comment It was like War-
ren Blake, people thought, to be work working
ing working early and late. No one who bad
not the key would have detected in
the widened eyes and Imperceptibly
twitching no3trils a bint of the racking
anxiety within. His pallor would
have been attributed to the garish gas gas-light
light gas-light overhead. Quite deliberately be
added up the column of figures before
him. They spelled bis crime.
Very cleverly, very characteristical characteristically,
ly, characteristically, he had gone about it Hampden,
he knew, caught in the big deal into
which Warren had followed him, had
drifted into it had hardly realized, as
In the beat of necessity be asked the
cashier to certify checks for whi:h
there were no funds, that It was a
crime. Not so with Warren. In cold
blood, with a nice calculation of the
chances, he had stepped over the line
that he had never before crossed.
Once over, be had gone far. It had
been a gambler's chance, the kind
that many men take safely, and, when
taken, had seemed all in his favor.
But now the luck was running the
other way. If the market sagged fur further,
ther, further, he would be done for.
No one, if told, would have believ believed
ed believed why he bad done it because the
bank was breaking anyhow under the
load.cf worthless paper, most of it a
legacy from his predecessor, and only
a great deal of money could save it.
It had been bis pride to carry along
an institution for the shakiness of
which he was not responsible. It had
become his life. He had risked all.
even his own little carefully accumu accumulated
lated accumulated fortune, to save all, though, he
had made it a point of honor not to
risk the trust properties In his keep keepinghe
inghe keepinghe somehow made a distinction.
If the" market should sag, how should
he pay? Ilampden, though bankrupt,
would be able to work out of the hole,
lie could always get money some somewhere.
where. somewhere. But Ilampden could not,
hence would not, try to save both.
TIow then should he. Warren Blake,
pay? With shame, certainly. With
mouey out of the question.
If the market should sag! Suddenly
came to him the sure foreknowledge
that it would sag. For an Instant
panic filled him. He put the books
In their places, then began fumbling
around a dusty shelf In a dark corner
f the vault until his fingers found and
drew fo'-tb an oblong pasteboard Imx.
He ''opened It and looked at what lay
within. He took it out and played
with it. The gleaming, blue black
thing seemed tf hold a horrible fasci fascination
nation fascination for him. It cost him an ef effort
fort effort to put it away. He set the time
lock, closed the vault and left.
John Dnnmeade. having reached
home, put hi. horse away in the stable.
It was past 11 o'clock and he was
tired. But he was not eleepy and
be hated to go in out of the clear,
still night. So he strolled uptown, In Intending
tending Intending to have a pipe with Haig le le-fofe
fofe le-fofe going to bed. His way took him
past the bank Just as Warren stepied
out. The latter stopped.
"Working late, aren't you?" said
"I often do." He hesitated. "Are
you out for a walk?"
"Down to Haig's. Will you go
along?" John asked politely.
"A part of the way, if you don't
mind. Sometimes, when I've been
working hard, I like to talk to some
one to forget myself. How are the pri primaries
maries primaries going?"
"The primaries? Bad. In fact, they
couldn't be worse."
"I thought as much. Im sorry. I'd
like to see yon win."
John was thoroughly surprised. "I
supposed you .were against me."
"I've always voted for you. You are
fitted for public service. You have
something apart from mere Intellect
and ability, and, far rarer, the capacity
to feel what we all accept in theory
but not In fact your relation to other
men. I wish I could feel could have
felt It. Whatever gave you that fine
sixth sense won't let you quit. It will
carry you to the end through weak weakness
ness weakness and strength."
Something In the man's voice rather
than la what be said arrested John's In Interest.
terest. Interest. "Do you really think that, War Warren?"
ren?" Warren?" "There are things that one knows."
They halted, having reached the home
of Silas nicks, where naig had his
rooms. The cigar Warren had been
smoking had gone out. ne struck a
match to relight it. ne held the flam flaming
ing flaming taper before him for an instant
longer than was necessary and John j
could see his face. It was composed j
but pale, the eyes extraordinarily
From one end of the state to the oth other
er other the battle raged between red rose
and white. When darkness put an end
to the sanguinary conflict both sides
were claiming and neither side had the
victory. The issue must be removed
for decision to the convention.
Benton county, a Murchell strong stronghold,
hold, stronghold, chose its complement of delegates
instructed for the Hon. G. Washington
Jenkins. Also it gave, as it thought.
John Dunmeade his quietus. ....
Senator Murchell and his guest, Jen Jenkins,
kins, Jenkins, received the returns at the for former's
mer's former's home. Jeremy Applegate, too,
was there, not overwhelmed as he
should have been by the honor, to help
tabulate reports. Other politicians of
the' county dropped in. Once, about
mi.lnitriif. Jprtmr answered a rirj? of
the dek telephone. ?l?teued to themes themes-sage
sage themes-sage and hung up the receiver without
saying a word.
"What is It? asked some one.
"John Dxrifrea-le's beaten," Jeremy
answered slit: tly.
Murchell k cLed at the clerk.
"Don't swriu ores joyed, Jeremy?
Jeremy 'pushed Lack his chair and
got to his feet. lie faced Mureheil.
"I was thinkin." he said quavering quavering-ly,
ly, quavering-ly, "I was thinkin, it's a shame." The
old body and the cracked, shrill voice
shook with iir.s.siou. "If you want to
know, I voted fur him. It's the only
man's job I ever doue since I come to
be your heeler. You've beaten an
fcroken him. the best man this county
ever had, an an' you can have me
kicked out of my job if you like."
The politicians were too amazed at
this unbelievable instance of lese nia nia-jeste
jeste nia-jeste even to laugh. Open mouthed
they watched him as, quivering with
defiance and the hate of the oppressed,
he glared at Murchell much as in a for former
mer former time he must have onfronted the
gray charge. They expected, nothing
less than that the lightnings would
blast Jeremy where he stood; hence
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"If you want to know, I voted fur him.
intensified stupefaction when Murchell
said gravely: "Jeremy, you'd better go
home. We'll talk about your job an
The old clerk turned and slowlv
stuniped out of the room.
"Jeremy," commented the senator,!
"seems to have unearthed an unsus
The politicians, uncertain whether
this was senatorial humor or not,
chose silence as the course of discre-l
Later still, after the small fry had
left, came the news that the opposition!
had freed itself and that Jerry Brent
would control its convention, which
meant that he would be nominated for
governor. And this was matter for
grave concern. Until nearly morning
the leaders discussed candidates. The
tenor of their conversation seemed to
indicate that Wash Jenkins was not
assured of the Murchell support. Xor
did he seem unduly resentful because
of this fact. Wash was a model -re
tainer, humbly willing to take What he
It was in the course of this discus discussion
sion discussion that Senator Murchell said, "If
John Duumeade weren't such a stub stubborn
born stubborn fool ho would be Just the man to
meet Brent with." He spoke angrily.
The others gave respectful if surprised
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Light starts decay even in pure beer. Dark
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The Brown Bottle protects Schlitz purity from
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The cost of purity exceeds all other costs in our brewery.
We go to Bohemia .for
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Shipping and Storage of Bag Baggage,
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A. D. Polly spent Saturday and
Sunday with relatives in Ocala.
Dr. Blackiston, a veterinarian of
Rcala, was in town Saturday on pro professional
fessional professional business.-
The aged mother of Mrs. Walter
Sutton of Cjtronelle was laid away
Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Sutton had
recently brought her mother from
Wild wood so she could care for her in
her declining days.
Mrs. I O. Cason, wife of our gen genial
ial genial passenger conductor, returned
Tuesday to Homosassa from Way Way-cross,
cross, Way-cross, where she had been visiting for
the past month.
Mr. Phillip Montanus, of Springfield,
Ohio, is visiting the family of George
Stratner on the Isle O'sarondee, three
and one half miles down the river. His
wife, one of our Crystal River young
ladies, formerly Miss Ada Bennett,
with their interesting baby, is visiting
her parents and other relatives at
One of the prettiest weddings" ever
witnessed In Homosassa was that of
Miss Susie Cato, of Cordele, Ga, and
Mr. H. M. Dismuke of Ocilla, Ga., which
occurred at noon, Wednesday, Feb. 12,
at the winter home of the bride's par parents.
ents. parents. Rev. Ley of the Methodist
church of Ocala performed the cere ceremony
mony ceremony in a very simple and Impressive
way. They wil be at home at Ocilla,
after Feb, 24tht
In a Pinch, use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE
Ladies can wear shoes one size emaJler after nemg
Allen's Foot-Eaee, the antiseptic powder for the feet.
It mattes tight or new shoes lee! eaej ; gives in taut
relief to corns and bunions. It's the create t com.
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Shall the City Limits be Extended
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 .Sistrunk,
KflLD WEATHER IMPORTS
W have the largest and best stuck of Lap Robes an 1 Storm Aprons
ever brought to this part of the state. To neglect to prepare yourself
with protection against the cold, disagreeable days that will toon be
here would be an unforgivable- act when it Is so easy to come here and
let us fix you up. Our stock of buggy tops, canopies and awnings Is
also complete and w. have enough horse blankets for all the "old Dob Dobbins"
bins" Dobbins" In this section. Don't fall to call on us when in need of any anything
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There Is no better medicine made for
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the lungs, opens the secretions, aids
expectorations; and restores the system
to a healthy condition. For sale by all
Many beautiful pieces of hand hand-painted
painted hand-painted china at Burnett, the jewel
Chest pains and a dry, hacking
cough should be treated with Ballard's
Horehound Syrup taken internally, and
a Herricks Red Pepper Porous Plaster
applied to the chest. Buy the dollar
size Horehound Syrup; you get a Por Porous
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by all druggists. Adv.
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Limit March 10th. Extension oi Limit to
April 10th may be Arranged.
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