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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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OCA

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EVENING

FURNISHINGS
For All ol the Homes
Theus Zachry Co.
TOE FUHMTIHE 31 EX
FURNITURE
AT RIGHT PRICES
VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MAKCH 15, 1913
NO. 246.
Theus Zachry C(k

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Senr- f PntpVe KI1W and Immenw
Damage Done to Property by
VOtlm-mlay Mehl'ii -Morm
Calhoun, G a March 14. A cyclone
storm which lasted for two hours, fol followed
lowed followed by earthquake shocks distinctly
felt In this place for several minutes
about 11 o'clock last night, devastated
a wide section of country between
Curryville and Hesaca. The .loss of
life is estimated at eighteen and the
damage to property -will be heavy. The
principal damage and loss of life-are
reported at Curryville and Rosedale,
while Armucbee, Oostanaula and
Hesaca also suffered heavily.
At Rosedale fourteen are reported
dead, and four are dead at Curryville.
The earthquake shocks were felt in
many sections, causing consternation
among those who had fled Indoors
from the storm.
BELLEVIEW
Bellevlew, March 14. Mr. H. F.
Buggies, traction engine expert, came
up from South Florida Monday night,
where he had -completed a successful
demonstration and delivery of a four
wheel drive tractor. After reporting
to Mr. Tremere, they went to Ocala in
Mr. Neely's automobile, wher Mr. Rug Rug-gles
gles Rug-gles took the train for North Carolina
to deliver the tractor that Mr. Tremere
sold the last week in January. After
completing that demonstration,' Mr.
Rugglesand Mr. Tremere will repair
to St. Petersburg' to affect delivery on
another traction engine. Mr. Tre Tremere
mere Tremere has about one of these tractors
coming into the state each three
weeks.
Mr. William F. Abshire, who has
been conducting the meat market, has
sold out to Mr. W. R. Kilpatrick. who
recently moved here from Alabama.
Prof. Ernest, the irrepressible, has
left us, to return to his summer home
in Boston, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Blood, with Mas Master
ter Master Reginald, left for their home at
York Beach; Me., last Fr'day.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hall made a lit little
tle little tour of South Florida, touching at
Tampa, St. Petersburg and Manatee.
Mrs. R. L. Summer went up to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville last week to visit with friends
and upon her return started on an another
other another trip to her parents at Parish.
Miss Mary I Goodnough, who has
been visiting with her friends, the
Misses Turner, left last Thursday, for
her home in Binghampton, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. P. Davis, Miss
Daisy Davis and Mr. Fish, all of Sum Sum-merfleld,
merfleld, Sum-merfleld, came up last Sunday evening
to attend divine .services at the M E.
church.
Mr. and Mrs. W. it. Boynton and son,
Mr .Edward Boynton, have arrived in
town and expect to stay about one
month.
Mr. Buford Hopper, of Ocala, has
been spending a couple of days among
his friends in Belleview.
AVe regret to note that Mrs. Lewis
Weihe is indisposed and confined to
her bed.
Mrs. C. C. Collins from Jacksonville,
came down for a few days to look af after
ter after her property interests, and return returned
ed returned to Jacksonville on the 11th.
Capt. R. C. Johnson, of Nancy Hanks
fame, broke a near axle on "Nancy"
the other day, and fell back on Wal Walter
ter Walter Nelson for protection. Walter had
an old Jackson axle on hand and
worked It down to flt Nancy Hanks,
I DR, A. L. BLALOCK :
PHYSICIAN ANQ SURGEON
" OFFICES OVER THE
COMMERCIAL BA.K J
DR. L. F. BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON ?
: 'Phone 211
Ocala. Fla.
J. E. GHACE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block.
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.
DR. D. M. BONEY
OPTOMETRIST
V
EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
Optometry Office and Laboratory
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2-S Gary Building. Ocala, Fla

and turned Capt. Johnson off. A good
job in short order
Mrs. E. W. Frentz, of Melrose, Mass.,
is visiting with her aunt, Mrs. Wm.
C. Doodlittle.
Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Craft, of Marl Marlboro,
boro, Marlboro, N. Y., are visiting with their
friends, Mr. and Mrs. Sands Haviland.

Iler Man Mad to Kill Murderous
Negro
(Sumter County Times)
Last Sunday night Mr. Charlie Akins
found It necessary to shoot a negro
named Charles Arnold, 'who was tres trespassing
passing trespassing at the home of Mr. Akins'
mother near Webster. It seems that
the negro's wife had left him because
of his unkind treatment and had found
employment at Mr. Akins. The man
went there after his wife with a big
rifle and was attempting to shoot his
wife when Charlie ordered him from
the place. He turned his gun on Char Charlie
lie Charlie and another negro standing near
warned Mr. Akins, saying, "Look out,
Mr. Charlie, he's going to shoot you."
Charlie quickly drew his pistol and
shot. One bullet struck the negro in
the head and he fell a few feet away
dead. A preliminary hearing of the
matter was had before the county
judge Tuesday afternoon and it ap appearing
pearing appearing that Mr. Akins was justifiable
in his act he was discharged.
State of Ohio, City or ToleGo
Lucas County. ss.
Frank J.. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, county and state afore aforesaid,
said, aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the
sum of one hundred dollars for each
and every case of catarrh thaticannot
be cured by the tase of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
In my presence, this 6th day of De December,
cember, December, A. D. 1886. A. W. Gleason,
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter internally
nally internally and acts directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, '75c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Ad
LOYAL OKDSIt OF MOOSE
The Ccala Lodge, No. 699, Loyal Or Order
der Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock in the Gary build building,
ing, building, third floor. Visiting brothers ate
invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
E. L. Stapp. Secretary. Ad.
HAS PALATKA FOUND THE SAME
The Answer Is Found In the Straight Straightforward
forward Straightforward Statement of a Palatka
Resident
We have been reading week after
week in the local press of Ocala citi
zens wno have been rid or distressing
kidney and bladder troubles by Doan's
Kidney Pills, and we have often won wondered
dered wondered whether the same high opinion
of this medicine is to be found in our
neighboring towns. This frank and
earnest statement by a well-known
and respected resident of Palatka will
set t'his doubt at rest.
John E. Marshall, lawyer, 225 North
Fifth street, Palatka, Fla., says: "I
have no reason to change my high
opinion of Doan's Kidney Pills and
recommend them as highly as I did in
my former endorsement. The relief
they gave me has been permanent."
- 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. No. 8
COMMITTEES T THE COUNCIL
Judiciary C. M. Livingston, chair chairman;
man; chairman; J. H. Taylor, E. T. Helvenston.
Finance G- A. Carmichael, chair chairman;
man; chairman; E. T. Helvenston, B. A. Weath Weathers.
ers. Weathers. Light and "Water J. H. Taylor,
chairman; F. G. B. Weihe, B. A. Weath Weathers.
ers. Weathers. Street B. A. Weathers, chairman;
F. G. B. Weihe, E. C. Bennett.
Fire F. G. B. Weihe, Chairman; E.
T. Helvenston, Walts.' Hood.
Folic E. T. Helvenston, Chairman;
F G. B. Weihe, E. C. Bennett
Cemetery Chairman;
F. G. B. Weihe, C. M. Livingston.
Market C M. Livingston, Chair Chairman;
man; Chairman; Walter Hood,
Sanitary Walter Hood, Chairman;
J. H. Taylor. G. A. Carmichael.
Building C. Bennett, Chairman;
l. A. Carmichael. J. H. Taylor.
READ THIS
The Texas "Wonder cures kidney and
bladder trouble. removing gravel,
cures diabetes, weak and lame backs,
rheumatism and all irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder in both men
and women. Regulates bladder trou troubles
bles troubles in children. If not sold by your
druggist, will be sent by mail on re receipt
ceipt receipt of SI. One small bottle 13 two
months treatment and seldom fails to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from this and other states. Dr. E. W.
Hall. 2096 Olive street. St. Louis, Mo.
Sold by all druggists. Ad.
Palmer's toilet arttnes can be found
at the Court Pharmacy. Adv.

1 IB il l

orm Took Five Live and Caused
Great Loan ar the Gate City
Atlanta, Ga, March 14. Five known
dead, at least a sco.re injured and
thousands of dollars worth of property
loss marked the path of the severe rain
and hailstorm which swept this sec section
tion section just east of the city last night.
This storm, which originated near the
Old Soldiers' Home on the outskirts of
the city, traveled a northerly direction,
cutting a swath about 100 yards wide
and extended through De Kalb county.
TWO RESIDENCES FOR SALE
Sly two residence properties om Sooth
Third street are for sale. Half cash,
balance on time, or liberal dlscoant for
all cash. Wish to get farther oat and
more room. Houses are In best mt
condition, with all modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Price and terms given on
application. R. R. Carrol!..
POSITION WAXTED
A young lady who is a graduate
stenographer wishes a position. Apply
to the Star office. 3-12-6L
DR. W. K. LAJIE
Specialist Eye, Ear, Xoe and Throat.
Office, Law Library Blig., Ocala. Ad.
IT. D. C. CHAPTER
FORMED AT INVERNESS
Sister Esther Carlotta was here this
week and organized a chapter of the
Daughters of the Confederacy with the
following officers and members: Pres President,
ident, President, Mrs. W. H. H. Written; vice
president, Mrs. Robert Turner; histor historian,
ian, historian, Mrs. George A; Dame; secretary,
Mrs. H. A. Reaves; treasurer, Mrs.
ASEPTIC BARBERSHOP
This magniffieent 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.
"Firs! Class Workmen"
V. C. DETTERICH, Prop.
Harrington Hall Hotel
SMITH'S BARGAINS
Holl Top DesK $22.00
$7.00 Typewriter Chair 4.00
One Vudor Veranda Screen. 1.75
One Veranda Swing Scat .... 2.00
One Mission Parlor Set. Three
Pieces, Leather Upholstered 24.00
One Mission Library- xable. . 0.50
One Chest Carpente Tools,
big bargain, only 18.00
Several Extension Dining Tables
from $3 to $11.00. AVorth double.
Many other bargains, too.
Back of Marcus FtsJa&'s
CHINESE
RESTAURANT,
CHARLEY WAH,
Propriclor.
Chinese and American Cooking
Regular Meals
AND
Lunches
All Food will be well Pre Prepared
pared Prepared by a Chinaman
who Knows How.
Regular Meals, 25c and Up.
Lunches, 5c.
Located la New Building Be Between
tween Between Hurst & Garner and
Burnett's Tailoring Kstabllsh Kstabllsh-'
' Kstabllsh-' nient.
L.
ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
areful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor tn the cits.

Oscar Edwards; registrar, Mrs. J. D.
Chapman. The members enrolled were
Mrs. Louis Thompson, Mrs. George
Boswell, Mrs. Hiller, Mrs. Pearce, Mrs.
George de Muro and Mrs. Buie. Inver Inverness
ness Inverness Chronicle.

31 1" ST BE A MARRIED MAY
Rodman Lair, the Human Fly, Evi Evidently
dently Evidently Ufted to Being
ninn Up
New York, March 15. A steel rocket
containing Rodman Law, the "human
fly," in which he intended to be shot
3,500 feet into the air, descending by a
parachute, exploded yesterday when
800 pounds of powder "behind it was
fired. Law was hurled twenty-five
feet from his seat in the rocket but
was unhurt.
Law was hurled violently to the
ground. His hair and eyebrows were
burned off. For ten seconds he was un unconscious.
conscious. unconscious. Then he got up and looked
around.
"Darn that thing," he exclaimed, I
thought I was going up."
STERLING SILVER FLATWARE
I have over $4,000 worth of Sterling
Silver flatware In the store the latest,
most stylish silver and the very best
grade manufactured. The prices are
as attractive as the goods. Come In
and look over the stock and select
such articles as you want for your yourself,
self, yourself, the family or friends. Gifts from
this stock last a lifetime and are al always
ways always a source of pleasure and satisfac satisfaction,
tion, satisfaction, both to the giver and those who
receive them. A. E. Burnett,
(Ad. tf) The Jeweler.
THE LAW IS PLAIX
But 3Iany Counties Forget to Summon
Xcgroe on the Juries
Tallahassee, March 14. Because a
sheriff refused to summon negroes to
serve on a jury the supreme court, by
a divided opinion reversed the convic conviction
tion conviction of a white man from Jacksonville
courts on the charge of embezzlement.
It was shown that no. negroes had
been summoned and the trial judge
refused to compel the sheriff to ans answer
wer answer a "question whether in his eight
years' of service he had ever summon summoned
ed summoned a negro for jury service. On this
ruling the case was reversed.
BEST KNOWN COUGH REMEDY
For forty-three years Dr. King's
New Discovery has been known
throughout the world as the most Te Tellable
llable Tellable cough remedy. Over three mill million
ion million bottles were used last year. Isn't
this proof? It will get rid of your
cough, or we will refund your money.
J. J. Owens, of Allendale, S. C, writes
the way hundreds of others have done:
"After -twenty years, I find that Dr.
King's New Discovery Is the best Tem Tem-edy
edy Tem-edy for coughs and colds that I have
ever used." For coughs or colds and
all throat and lung troubles, it has no
equal. 50c. and $1 at Tydings & Com Company.
pany. Company. Advertisement.
EASTER GOODS AT GADSON'S
We have just opened a very hand handsome
some handsome lot of Easter goods, for both
Ladies' and Men's wear. We cordially
invite you to call and Inspect them.
Respectfully,
F. P. Gadson.
ARE YOU CONSTIPATED
If so, get a 'box or Dr. King's NeW
Life Pills, take them regularly and
your trouble will quickly disappear.
They will stimulate the liver. Improve
your digestion and get rid of all the
poisons from your system. They will
surely get you well again. 25c. at
Tydings & Company. Advertisement.
Buy fifty cents worth, of groceries
from Ollie Mardis and get a cabbage
free. 3-12-4L
Check a bilious half-sick feeling be before
fore before It get3 serious. A dose of HER HER-BINE
BINE HER-BINE Is the remedy. It restores en energy,
ergy, energy, appetite and cheerful spirits.
Price 50c. Sold by all druggists. Ad.
3IANUSCRIPT COVERS
An elegant line oZ lawyers' manu manuscript
script manuscript covers. In any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
office. Ad.
If you have Ind'gest!on, neartburn,
belching or sick stomach take ten
drops of DARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC
FLUID in a little water. It checks the
misery instantly. If you have a cut,
sore or wound anywhere on the body,
apply a little of DARBY'S FLUID. The
flesh mends at once. Use it in the sick
room to destroy germs or odors, put
it in damp closets to purify the air. It
is the greatest combination of internal,
external and antlceptic medicines
known to medical science. Price, 50
cts. per bottle. Sold by drugg'sts. Adv.
DRAY FOR GENERAL DELIVERY
Mr. A. S. Burgess has gone Into the
transfer and delivery business. He
has a big dray and a team of power powerful
ful powerful mules, with competent men to
manage them, and will haul and deliver
your goods with promptness and good
care. Call phone 470. Ad.
Children are mucn more likely to
contract the contagious diseases when
they have colds. Whooping cough,
diphtheria, scarlet fever and consump consumption
tion consumption are diseases that -are often con contracted
tracted contracted when the child has a cold. That
is why all medical authorities say be beware
ware beware of colds. For the quick cure' of
colds you will find nothing better than
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It can
always be depended upon and is pleas pleasant
ant pleasant and safe to take. For sale by all
dealers. Adr.

FimoM EngliKh Boat Race Went to
the Dark Bine Team
Putney, Eng., March 4. Oxford yes yesterday
terday yesterday won the annual eight-oared
boat race from Cambridge. The vic victory
tory victory was wrested, from the light blues
almost at "the finishing post. The Cam Cambridge
bridge Cambridge men led for more than four
miles of the four and a quarter mile
course and finished less than a quarter
length behind their opponents. The
winners' time was 20 minutes 53 sec seconds.
onds. seconds.
MUCH HARM NEAR MEMPHIS
Live Lost and Homes Destroyed In
Western Tennessee
Memphis, Tenn., March 15. Latest
reports received here from the storm storm-swept
swept storm-swept sections of Madison and Hender Henderson
son Henderson counties do not add to the list of
dead. Five were killed and over 100
rendered homeless. At Lexington be between
tween between seventy-five and 100 houses
were practically demolished.
Mother's Friend
in Every Home
Comfort and Safety Assured Before
the Arrival of the Stork.
The old saying what Is home without
a mother should add "Mother's Friend.
In thousands of American homes there
Is a bottle of this splendid and famous rem remedy
edy remedy that has aided many a woman through
the trying ordeal, saved her from suffering
and pain, kept her in health of mind and
body in advance of baby's coming and had
a most wonderful Influence in developing a
healthy, lovely disposition in the child.
There Is no other remedy so truly a help
to nature as Mother's Friend. It relieves
the pain and discomfort caused by the
strain on the ligaments, makes pliant those
fibres and muscles which nature Is expand expanding
ing expanding and soothes the inflammation of breabt
glands.
Mother's Friend Is an external remedy,
acts quickly and not only banishes all dis distress
tress distress in advance, but assures a speedy and
complete rjecovery for the mother." Thus
she becomes a healthy woman with all her
strength preserved to thoroughly enjoy the
rearing offher child. Mother's Friend can
be had at any drug store at $1.00 a bottle,
and is really one of the greatest blessings
ever discovered for expectant mothers.
Write to Bradfield Regulator Co., 128
Lamar Bldg., Atlanta, Ga., for their free
book.- Write t'-day. It Is most Instructive.
HIS TROUBLE
NOT OF HEART
Real Facts In Regard To F. B.
Huffman's Illness. Relief Ob Ob-tained
tained Ob-tained By Curing His
Stomach Ailments.
WaynesvillcN. C. Mr. F. R. Huffman,
ti this city, says : I suffered dreadfully
with what I thought was heart trouble,
and tried various medicines in vain.
After other remedies had failed, Thed Thed-ford's
ford's Thed-ford's Black-Draught restored me to
health. I would not feel safe without
Black-Draught in the house. I consider
ft worth its weight in gold.
It cured my indigestion, and by this
means I was restored to health. I can
not express my gratitude for its benefits."
Good health depends on the condition
of your digestion. Poor digestion and
good health do not go together.
Thedford's Black-Draught will
thoroughly cleanse and set in order your
digestive system.
It has done this for others, during the
past 70 years, and is today the most
popular vegetable liver remedy on the
market Try it
Insist on Thedford's. Price 25c
MTER & MAC KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. McIVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
111 Work Done by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed.
PHONES'
D. E. Mclver 104
V. Roberts 30 b
Undertaking Office 47
EDWARD DRAKE
CIVIL. ENGINEER
DRAUGHTSMAN
AND CONTRACTOR
Accurate Building Plans, ILue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands sur surveyed
veyed surveyed and platted. C-ose estimates
made on erection of buildings of any
character by contract or on a com commission
mission commission basis. Write or consult me at
Vorthvet Corner Ocala Houe Block
OCALA - FLORIDA

MUCH TOO EXTRA VAG1XT
FOR CONSERVATIVE MEN

The Journal notes, with eome degree degree-of
of degree-of satisfaction, the failure of the GooL
Roads Convention, which convened at
Eustis .last week, to endorse the wild wildcat
cat wildcat scheme, proposing to bond the
state for fifty million dollars for goodf
roads. Counties and communities ot"
Florida should build their own roads
and we have abundant legislation cov covering
ering covering the question to enable them to
do so. Bradentown Journal,
NOTICE OF LOCAL LEGISLATION"
In compliance with the constitution
of the state of Florida, I hereby give
notice that there will be Introduced in
the next session of the legislature sev several
eral several local bills, as follows:
A bill to change the charter of the
city of Ocala in regard to extending
the city limits, and In regard to
abolishing the recorder's office, and
other changes in the city charter ot
Ocala, giving the council wider scefpe
of authority.
A bill to change the county line ot
Marlon county on the northern side ot
the .county, in and around Orange Lake.
A local game law, if a general game
law satisfactory to the people ot this
county cannot be passed.
A local road law, embodying the
suggestions offered at a meeting of the
board of county commissioners held In
Ocala on January 6, 1913, provided that
no general road law satisfactory to
the people of this county can be pass passed.
ed. passed. A bill establishing a criminal court
of record in Marion county, provided a
petition signed by the majority of the
registered voters of the county is pre presented
sented presented to the members of the leglsla-
ture from this county.
I know of no other local bills, excepts
bills to incorporate the towns of Mcin Mcintosh
tosh Mcintosh and Summerfield, provided the
citizens of each place will present to.
the members of the legislature a peti petition
tion petition signifying that incorporation of of-the
the of-the said towns is desired by a substan substantial
tial substantial majority of the people residing in,
the territory Intended to be incorporate -ed.
Notice is further given that I shall
so far as possible comply with the coiw
stitutlon of the state relative to sixty sixty-days
days sixty-days notice for local bills, and t'aV
any and all persons or citizens desir desiring
ing desiring to present to be for consideration,
local legislation had best do so at a
very early date. In order that the re required
quired required notice may be given the pubc pubc-Hc.
Hc. pubc-Hc. Further, I would appreciate an ex expression
pression expression from all parties Interested In
the above mentioned b'lls, either pub publicly
licly publicly through -the press, or privately
to me, all of which expressions I shall
duly weigh a"nd 'shall then attempt to
serve the best Interests of the major major-lty.
lty. major-lty. Respectfully,
Edwin Spencer, Jr..
TnE CAUSE OF iTHEUMATlSSr
Stomach trouble, lazy liver and de deranged
ranged deranged kidneys are the ctuse of rheu rheumatism.
matism. rheumatism. Get your stomach, liver,
kidneys and bowels in healthy condi condition
tion condition by taking Electric Bitters, and
you will not be troubled with the
pains of rheumatism., Charles B. Al Allen,
len, Allen, a school principal, of Sylvania,
Ga., who suffered indescribable torture
from rheumatism, liver and stomach
trouble. and diseased kidneys, writes:
"All remedies failed until I used Elec Electric
tric Electric Bitters, but four bottles of this
wonderful remedy cured me complete completely."
ly." completely." Maybe your rheumatic pains come
from stomach, liver and kidney trou troubles.
bles. troubles. Electric Bitters will give you
pfompt relief. 50c. and $1. Recom Recommended
mended Recommended by Tydings & Co. Adv.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. V. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union ot
America, mee,ts in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
month. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.
PHYSICAL CULTURE EXHIBITION,
- EASTER SALE AND BABV SHOW
The above named entertainment to
be given Easter Monday and Tuesday,
March 24-25th, by the Woman's Guild
of St. James P. E. church, at the Odd
Fellows' hall, promises to be very In Interesting.
teresting. Interesting. The admission will be 10
cents each night. All are cordially In Invited
vited Invited to come.
Miss N. II. Gantling. Present.
Mrs. F. J. Alexander, Secretary.
Rev. J. B. Brown, Minister.
WANTED S'tuatlon by experienced
clothing and dry goods salesman. Can
furnish best reference. Now out of
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OCALA EVEXIXC STAR, SATURDAY, 3IARCH 15, 1013

OGALA EVENING STAR

MIME PitOSPKCTS OF
rOXCKRTS THIS SI MMER

Cittinger & Carroll Proprietors.

U. R. Carroll, Business Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered in the postorflce at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mail matter.

Massachusetts women have to wear
muffler3 on the points of their hatpin.

Friday's Trtnes-Union contains a
good picture of Clifford Gordon Blitch,
the handsome little son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Blitch of Montbrook.

Mrs. H. Lm. Hart, widow of the late
Col. H. L. Hart, founder of the Hart
Line of Oklawaha river steamers, died
at her winter home In Palatka Friday,
following a short illness with grip.

A move is on foot in Tampa to have
the city buy its waterfront, thereby
Insuring access of all ships to the
wharves and enabling the government
-to make improvements without con controversies
troversies controversies with private property hold holder.
er. holder.

It ia said that 60,000 rifles and 300, 300,-00
00 300,-00 rounds of ammunition have been
shipped from Jacksonville to Venez Venezuela
uela Venezuela for the use of Castro and his

rrlends. That is only five shots per
rifle, and would go very far in a
battle.

A meeting was held in the Moose
hall last evening by members of the
band, with a view to reorganizing that
excellent institution. Mr. A. E. Gerig,
the director, has had many proposi propositions
tions propositions from leading business men in re

gard to resuming the Friday evening
concerts -that have always given our
people so much pleasure, and at last
night's meeting estimates were made
as to the necessary expense. The
members of the band are willing to do
the work if the public will foot the
bills. There is no other one thing that
gives the people of Ocala so much
satisfaction as the summer evening

concerts, and the Star hopes and ear earnestly
nestly earnestly recommends that the public be
enough alive to its own interest to
give the musicians the necessary sup support.
port. support. It will not take much, and if
each will contribute a little the requir required
ed required sum can easily be made up.

AI'I'OI.MMEXTJi
AXD DISAPPOINTMENTS

FINE MARIO V COUNTY
LANDS AND FARMS.

Mr. C. I Peek who is chairman of
the board of county commissioners of
Bradford county, was in Ocala several
days on business which led him ten to
fifteen miles in the country in several
directions.
On his leaving town he said that
he has lived in Florida 35 years and
never knew before the wonderful
beauty and value of the rolling, well well-drained
drained well-drained lands of Marion countj'.

The assessed value of railroad prop property
erty property in Florida Is about $225,000,000.
We presume that about a third of this,
or more, belongs to tne Atlantic Coast
Line, which is too poverty-stricken to
pay the city of Ocala for the use of its
streets.

It seems like that part of the south
extending In a belt about 300 miles
.wide from Memphis to Augusta is pe peculiarly
culiarly peculiarly subject to savage spring
storms, such as the one that killed
half a hundred people Thursday night.
We have no such storms in the pen peninsula
insula peninsula portion of Florida.

William T. Bauskett of Jacksonville,
who was secretary to former United
; States Senator James P. Taliaferro, has
been appointed as secretary to United
; States Senator Nathan P. Bryan. Mr.
Bauskett for a number of years was
j city editor of the Times-Union and is
.highly qualified for h's new position.

Humor has It that Orlando is to have
another banking institution and with it
will be connected James I Giles and
Millionaire Woodward of Alabama,
father-in-law of Oscar Underwood. Mr.
Woodward owns the beautiful estate,
La Belle, on Winter Park and Orlando
.road. k

'The Star hopes that the bill to be
-submitted to the legislature, to put a
.stop to using live pigeons as targets,
copy of which appears elsewhere, will
pass. The time is coming when the
killing of birds and animals for sport
will be sternly condemned by public
.sentiment and prohibited by law, and
the Ocala Humane Society and Wo Woman's
man's Woman's Club deserve praise for doing
what they can to hasten the time.

tState Senator W. F. Hime3 of Hills Hillsborough
borough Hillsborough county is preparing a bill
which he will introduce at the next
session of the legislature providing
that the county commissioners in any
county may have the right to order
brick pavements laid on trunk line
roads, the cost of such pavements to
be shared by the. property owners
whose holdings are benefited by such
Improvements. Under the present law,
tio matter how expensive the pavement
tio be laid, the county cannot collect
any assessment from the owners of the
-abutting property.

INDIANA MEN

FAVORABLY I3IPRESSED.

Mr Charles G. Holland, a Florida

booster who lives in Indianapolis, has
recently purchased for himself and
associates a valuable lime deposit
south of Ocala It is proposed to use
this deposit in the manufacture of ar articles
ticles articles not at all related to building ma materials.
terials. materials.
These people were much impresed
with the large and prosperous farms
and live stock, seen in their automo automobile
bile automobile trips out of Ocala, and likely will
become interested further than their
recent purchase.

A WORTHY MEASURE

Due of the last acts of the outgoing
administration was to consolidate cus customs
toms customs districts throughout the country.
One of the results of this was to make
a district of all east and south Florida
poTts with headquarters in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. As Tampa and Key West both
bae much larger customs receipts
than Jacksonville, the unfairness of
this arrangement is evident, and the
Tampa papers are naturally quite
angry about it.

The following bill will be among
those introduced at the coming session
of the legislature.
A bill to be entitled an act to pre prevent
vent prevent the shooting of live pigeons or
other fowl or birds for the purpose of
amusement or test of skill in marks marksmanship.
manship. marksmanship. Be it enacted by the legis legislature
lature legislature of the state of Florida:
Section 1. Whoever keeps or uses a
live pigeon, fowl or other bird for the
purpose of a target; or to be shot at
for amusement or as a test of skill in
marksmanship, or shoots at "a bird
kept or used as aforesaid, or is a party
to such shooting, or lets any building,
room, field or premises, or knowingly
permits the use thereof, for the purpose
of such shooting, shall be punished by

a fine of not more than fifty dollars or

by imprisonment for not more than
thirty days, or by both such fine and
imprisonment; Nothing herein con contained
tained contained shall apply to the shooting of
wild game.
Sec. 2. All laws and parts of laws
in conflict with the provisions of this
act be and the same are hereby repeal repealed.
ed. repealed. Sec. 3. This act shall go into effect
upon its passage and approval by the
governor. Frank Harris,
President Ocala Humane Society.
The Woman's Club of Ocala endorses
this bill. Mrs. Jack Camp, President.
Mrs. G. T. Maughs, Recording Sec'y.

Mrs. Bate Perdue, vice president of

the Ocala Humane Society, has receiv-

ed the following letter from the gov

ernor:
Tallahassae, March 12, 1913.

Mrs. B. T. Perdue, Vice President

Humane Society, Ocala, Florida.

Dear Mrs. Perdue: I am in receipt

of your letter of the 11th instant, and

wish to thank you for your commen

dation of my course in endeavoring to
have the law enforced in Palm Beach
county. I have read the copy of the
bill which you sent me, and wish to
assure you that I am favorable to the
passage of this measure. I think it
would be a very commendable law.
With kind regards, I am,
Most respectfully.
Park Trammel".

A number of the state papers have
been scoring the postoffice department
for having so many negro postal clerks
on southern railroads and compelling
white men to work under the negroes.
Now comes a high otficial of the de de-3artmnt
3artmnt de-3artmnt and says that comparatively
few southern white men enter the rail rail-way
way rail-way mail service, and that sometimes
it Is absolutely necessary to put ne ne-:?rofcs
:?rofcs ne-:?rofcs of experience over untried
white men.

A case of failure of the Pasteur
treatment is reported from Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. The four-year-old son of Allan
TJasher of 1130 East Church street, died
Friday in convulsions, after suffering
since Tuesday with severe paroxysms
which the attending physicians said
were caused by rabies due to a dog dog-.
. dog-. 'bite four months ago. At that time
Xhe child was bitten through the nose
ixnl lips by a small black and tan cur,
"Which was immediately lulled. The
hild was given the Pasteur treatment
within twenty-four hours after being
Iitt-en and. after the wounds had heal heal-e3L
e3L heal-e3L appeared to be in normal health.
This Jis another case where it was un unwise
wise unwise to kill the dog. If the dog was
Tnad, the Pasteur treatment can't be
trusted; but the dog may not have
?een mad and the child's death due to
ome other cause.

1 t0t H

legislator Light of Reddick was in
Vhe city today. He says the people out
in th-e country are well pleased with
sthe way the Star told the truth about
Vhe Atlantic Coast Line.

Miss Juliet Mitchell, the accomplish accomplished
ed accomplished young teacher of the Oxford school,
was married near Wild wood Sunday,
March 2. to Mr. Charles Bledsoe of
"Bushnell. The young couple intended
"to keep their marriage a secret, but
friends gave them away.

Could We Afford
To positivelv cnarantee WHITE
CLOVI-R FLOUR if we did not
KNOW that it is near perfect in
every doiail and particular is the
scieftce of milling could proii'iee.
Bettor hre.ij. biscuits, rolls, pies
and pa.try will be the trte uable re result
sult result from using ;
White Clover Flour
"YOUR GROCER HAS IT"

Congressman at Large L'Engfe writes
the following humorous and Interest Interesting
ing Interesting sketches from Washington to
Dixie:
The maddest men in the whole Unit United
ed United States, possibly in the whole world
just about now, are the Hon. Steve
Sparkman, the great chairman of the
great rivers and harbors committee,
and the Hon. J. Fred DeBerry, the
great composer of the great Wilson
campaign song.
Here's the reason why Uncle Steve is
mad: It seems that while he was going
around the halls of Congress receiving

congratulations, and feeling that he

richly deserved them, on the passage

of the rivers and harbors bill with all
of the Florida items fixed to suit him;
while he was walking about spreading

the glad tidings of joy for all those

who like to see good fat appropriations

made for river and harbor Improve Improvements;
ments; Improvements; while he could see nary a cloud

on the bright "horizon of his chance to
tell the boys at home what he had done

for them in getting money out of the
treasury some crude persons in the
House had so fixed things that Uncle,
Steve received a stab In his most vital
spot. He really didn't know about It
until It was all over, until in fact two
days after it had happened, but one
Fitzgerald of Tammany Hall and
chairman of the appropriations com committee,
mittee, committee, got through an amendment
that changed the customs collecting
business in Florida by locating the
principal office in Jacksonville with a
six thousand dollar salary for the col collector,
lector, collector, and making all the other posts
in the state only way stations in
charge of a deputy to be selected by
the Jacksonville man. Never was there
a more vicious, brutal stab than this,
when the dagger of Fitzgerald reached
the vitals of Uncle Steve, for it is of
comparatively recent and unpleasant
memory among Florida people that
Uncle Steve was one of the 23 demo democrats
crats democrats who supported, the Fitzgerald
resolution which saved Cannon' scalp.
When it is remembered that the cus customs
toms customs duties paid in Tampa total more
than twice as much as the customs
duties collected in all the rest of the
Florida ports, and when one recalls
the fact that last year Tampa produced
in customs more than $1,700,000 and
Jacksonville produced only $27,000, a
man can't really blame Uncle Steve for
being mad.
All because he made a visit to the

postmaster general is the full and

complete explanation of why J. Fred
DeBerry is mad. The song writer and
erstwhile presidential elector wanted
to be second assistant postmaster gen general
eral general of the United States. He was in
real earnest about thl3 thing and had
written letters to everybody in any
way remotely touching on or apper appertaining
taining appertaining to the consummation of his hot
desire from Florida's fcongressman-at-large
up (or down, as you please) to
the president himself. I wrote him that
these selections were made by the
postmaster general and that he would
have to get next to him. Mr. DeBerry
came to Washington, and like other
aspiring patriots, called on the mem members
bers members of his state delegation. When my
turn came I asked him who was for
him. He said he had the endorsement

of the two senators, the national com- j

mitteeman and a host of other good

democrats, that he had been In direct
communication with teh president and
that he had sent the papers containing
his endorsements to him. I advised him
to go get them and take them to the
new postmaster general, and told him
as he had the endorsement of the two

senators that he had better get one of

them to take the active steps in his
behalf, as it was difficult -for me to get
around among crowds, and that when
the question of his appointment came
up I would help him if I could as he
was the only Florida man applying for
the position.
Now on this fatal visit that the song
writer made to the postmaster general
he was informed that "his name had
never even been whispered in the of office.
fice. office. And now in his anger Mr. De De-Berry
Berry De-Berry doesn't think much of the Flor

ida delegation and has declared war.
He announces as his first field move movement
ment movement his intention to organize the
other disappointed Florida office seek seekers,
ers, seekers, who think like him that they have
been double-crossed, into a flying
squadron that will hop on everybody
who holds a congressional job by the
will of the people.
Of course, that l'ttle talk that the
Florida delegation had in Senator
Fletcher's office did not amount to
anything. On the broad principle that
irreconcilable elements can never be
fused into a harmonious whole no mat matter
ter matter in what crucible they may be plac placed,
ed, placed, the members of Florida's delega delegation
tion delegation could not agree on applications
for federal appointments. I was
invited to a conference, and the talk
had not gone very far before I became
pa'nfully aware that I was up against
a shut out game. It seems that it has
been the custom here to let the mem members
bers members of the House name the postmasters
and the senators name the other of officials.
ficials. officials. It would have suited me fine
to have agreed to this custom being
continued in relation to Florida affairs,
for there are many times more post postmasters
masters postmasters than there are other offices
and it is a safe democratic rule, which
I have always tried to follow, to help
the many instead of the few. But,
when it came to a division, I asked CoL
Sparkman how much of his district he
would be willing to give up to me. His
emphatic reply was, 'I will not give
you anything." The same question put
to Frank Clark brought forth the
rough and ready answer that he was
not giving up anything. Emmet Wilson,
from the third district, did offer to di divide
vide divide equally on those on whom the
two of us could not agree in his dis district,
trict, district, which struck me as being only
fair way. As no better plan was offer offered,
ed, offered, or even suggested, I rose up and
informed the delegation that I could
not agree to any plan that would pre prevent
vent prevent me from doing what I could to
represent the people of Florida, in ap appointments
pointments appointments as in everything else, and
that I expected to act as I thought
best and to do everything that I couli
to get the men I thought most deserv deserving
ing deserving in all of the federal offices in Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. This little talk in Fletcher's office
took place Thursday afternoon. Fri-

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day morning I called on Postmaster
General Burleson, told him that I rep represented
resented represented the state of Florida at large;
informed him that Sparkman and
Clark had assumed the right to name
all the postmasters in their respective
districts, and asked him what his at attitude
titude attitude would be. In response to his
inquiry as to political conditions in
Florida I informed the postmaster gen general
eral general that the same progressive move movement
ment movement that put Mr. Wilson in the White
House was responsible for my being in
Congress; that I .had always been con considered
sidered considered a pronounced progressive, and
had been damned long, loud and deep
for the progressive ideas I had advanc advanced
ed advanced in my newspaper and on the stump,
by the very men who were strongest
in their support of Sparkman and
Clark; that both Sparkman and Clark
owed their seats in Congress to the
special interests and those who obeyed
their commands and that neither one
had been even remotely identified with
the progressive movement that had
swept the country; that I had with me
proof of all the statements which
made which I could submit to him if
he so desired, and that the national
committeeman, the chairman of the
state democratic executive committee,
the governor, all the- administrative
officers, and nearly all of the newspa newspapers
pers newspapers could not do less than make my
words good. Mr. Burleson told me that
I would be consulted before any ap appointments
pointments appointments would be made, and 'he
also told Emmett Wilson, who called
last Saturday with Frank Clark to see
him, that the congressman at large
had to be considered in all recommen recommendations
dations recommendations made to him.

Bright and early Monday morning
the hearts of three members of the
Florida delegation beat as one, for
each thought that it would be quite a
nice th'ng to tell about at home that
he was on the job after Joe Lee the day
that McAdoo got back. Being handi handicapped
capped handicapped by stiff knees I couldn't make
good going of it, so Senator Fletcher
beat me by a nose to the secretary's
office I met him coming out as I. was
going in and while I was waiting to
see the secretary, Senator Bryan show showed
ed showed up looking like he had been walk walking
ing walking real fast. We called it a dead heat,
but each man got to Secretary McAdoo
and each man told him how badly the
white people in Florida wanted to-get
Joe Lee out of that Job, and urged him
to let this be one of the first things he
did. : The secretary amiled and said
that he could see where We Ftood, and
that he would dispose of this mattei4
after he had had a little time to think
it over. Each man left with the un understanding
derstanding understanding that he would write the
secretary a letter containing the name
of his choice for Joe Lee's successor.
Hayes Lewis hasn't got the cinch on
this job he and his friends thought he
had. because he will not have Senator
Fletcher's endorsement as he expected.
In that lit'tle meeting In Fletcher's of office,
fice, office, as this was going to be some bus business
iness business to be attended to right away, I
polled the delegation on Joe Lee's suc successor.
cessor. successor. Bryan, Wilson and I voted for
Hayes, Fletcher arid Clark voted or
Dr. Colson, of Gainesville, and Colonel
Sparkman voted for who do you
think? You'll never guess it in a mill million
ion million years, so I will tell you Frank
Walpole. Yes, red-headed Frank, the
editor of the Manatee Record, who has
jumped around the clock from John
Stockton to Taliaferro in politics. Now
wouldn't that rattle your slats? Uncle
Steve recommending Frank for the
biggest job in Florida, but, then. Uncle
Steve was mad about th little customs
house business, and Hayes Lewis is
from' Jackson county, which is spelled
like the first part of Jacksonville.
If he is not already, by the time this
is read. Judge Call, unless some for foreign
eign foreign element is introduced into the sit situation,
uation, situation, will be appointed to the federal
bench to succeed Judge Cheney. He
has the strongest kind of support, and
there is no united opposition to him.
The delegation is split up badly on the
district attorneyship, and at this time
there is no telling who will get the
job.

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is

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Clocks of all kin5s and at all prices.
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of Mr. Joseph Malever, sasrenieniS ana given gooa snows, ana j

p-oprietor of the Globe. Mr. Malever aU wno nave een them nope tnat some

jhtis condurted a number of bi? sales in in "e near future tney win come
i tfce past, all of whieh have been verythis wa' ?ain-

successful, big bargain opportunities.;
and everyone including Mr. Malever! A DIWEU
ws satisfied with the results. Thisj
bir Easter sale, however gives promise j Mr- vm Gra5" win serve duck and
of being more successful than any ofl'possum and other seasonable delica delica-itjR
itjR delica-itjR nrpdpwsnr fr -fai.vrf cies at his cafe next to the Arcade to-

spared no pains or expense In aaver

Whit Clover Flour Is better. Ask
your gr2er.

Beck'c hard water soap, &en ceists
per cake Court Pbartaacj- Adv.

Don't target the Gl&e'e Wig Easter Easter-sale
sale Easter-sale that .opened this morningr. Adv.

Buy fLtx.7 cents worts of, crocerie
from Ollifr Mardis and get a cabbage

lfree. ;3-2L2-4t.

Nyal'a Cam Remover actually re removes.
moves. removes. 2c at bath erlg Drug
Stores. Ad.

Ladies, have your lrese, gloves
and plumes dry cleaned by & Crom Cromer,
er, Cromer, phone 45L 3-6-tf

Mj-. and Mrs. "V. R. Massey of Santa
Fe., Fla., were sat the Harrington ys ys-terdy.

WAITED To rent for two or thr
months, a small irfl.ll tent, large noug5i
for two. Address .Shake, care Star.

Mr. Marcus Frank returned home
Friday afternoon from a two weeks'
visit in Xew York. Mr. Frank select selected
ed selected a large and elegant stock of spring
goods, which will rapidly follow him
to Ocala and be displayed to the many
parttons of Ms big store.

Are you going to take a bath? Then
go to the Court Pharmacy and get a
bar f Beck's hard water soap, only
ten cents per cake. Adv.

tising it all over the country to get
the crowds to the store, and once there,
he lias the gods and the prices to do

the rest. The store is filled with
newspring and summer goods, that will
be orffered at this sale, and everything
has .been marked down to the very
closest figure. The goods will be
marked in plain prices, so that every everyone
one everyone can see Just what the prices are.
A large force of clerks will be there
to wait on the customers and every
one will be gnaranteed prompt ser service
vice service and good values.
Mr. Malever has a splendid force of
drained salesmen and saleswomen, and
Sn addition has a number of extra peo people
ple people to assist during the big sale. The
entire force has been busy ever since
tfce opening at 7:30 o'clock this morning-,
waiting on the customers who
have been tiocking te the sale.
The sale comes at a most opportune
liiae for the people to get their spring
and Faster goods, and they are taking
full advantage of .the opportunity and
are laying in a good supply of the
pretty new goods at the Globe.
Mr. Malever eaid this afternoon that
the opening day of the sale has far ex exceeded
ceeded exceeded his most sanguine expectations
and that he had not expected such a
tush as the store has experienced all
day.
Monday will be & great day at this
ale and a, number of new salesmen
will be secured to assure every one
who attend prompt attention..

morrow from noon to 1:30 p. m. If you
want a first class dinner, go and see
WilL

SEWING CIRCLE'S EASTER SALE

WORLD'S ALJIAXAC AT BALLARD'S

Shoe polish. We nave anything you
need for shoes in stock at the Court
Pharmacy. Adv.

Ceck's hard water

per cake. CourfPharmacy.-

ten cents

Mr. and Mrs. W A. McGuire of Chi

cago, who were at the Harringtoa

when it first opfned, are again guests

f that palatial hotel.

Call phone No. 284 for your quick

delivery service when in need of drugs,
prescriptions or toilet articles. Adv.

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New 1913 World's Almanac, Just re received;
ceived; received; 35 cents at Ballard's News Newsstand.
stand. Newsstand. Adv.

Back's hard water soap, ten cents
perjeake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.

The Methodist Sewing Circle will
have an easter sale on the Ocala House
porch, Thursday March 20. Orders will
be taken for Easter eggs, hand paint painted
ed painted cards, cakes and candy all of which
will also be sold at the sale.

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

Merchants Cafe. A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches t
any hour. Ad.

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge zro. xz. Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening, at 7:30 o'clock In
Yonge's hall. Fort King avenue. Visit Visitors
ors Visitors in the city invited to be with us.
U F. Ballard N. G.
W. It. Colbert, Secretary. Ad.

LES. Come in today and try it. The jara
are large and results absolutely certain.
Sent by maU if desired. Price 50c
Mammoth jars $1.00. WILSON'S FAIR
SKIN SOAP 25c For sale by
SOLD BY THE COURT PHARMACY.

aARIOX-DUK.V MASONIC LODGE

Marlon-Dunn bodge No. 19, F. & A.
M, meets on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each month at 7:30
o'clock, until further notice.
C. iL Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secietary. Ad.

CHAPTER NO. 13 R. A. SI.

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday In every month, at 7:30 p. m.
" C E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, secretary. Ad.

LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN

A bay mare, about 13 years old. with

Talk about what a collar will do. J. R. branded on left hin Return tr

Youj neyer really saw a dollar do its j or address, Martin & Rilea. Ocala. Fla.

full duty and never will unless you
turn it loose in the Globe's great
JSaster sale that opened this morning.

Adv.

3-14-6t

A GOOD
Meal for 25c
We have now put on straight
meals, three meals a day for
25 cts. a meal. Good enough
for any one, nice enough for
the most particular.
SHORT ORDERS OF AMY KIND
FILLED PROMPTLY
AND PREPAIRED IN
FIRST CLASS STYLE
New Location, Ilogan fc Co's. New
IlalldUct West Side of Square
IDEAL RESTAURANT
Will Lee, Prop.

J. H. BRMSOW
Real Eslale and Inveslmeut
BROKER.

Ocala, Florida.

INCUBATOR FOR SALE

WANTED Three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping; good location.
Address, Box 438, Ocala. 3-14-6td

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Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.

The members of the Ocala baseball
team left this morning for Palatka
with high hopes of scoring a victory
in the first game of the season.

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

"Who Changed the Sabbath and
When?" is a very interesting topic and
is the subject of the sermon at the
Christian church Sunday night.

LOST A brown leather sample case
on Lake Weir road, between Leesburg
and Belleview. Finder please express
collect to Ray Anderson, Ocala House,
Ocala, Fla. 3-14-3td

Mr. and Mrs. George Hayes arrived
in the city Tuesday evening. Mr. Hayes
is in a feeble condition and he is here
visiting his brother, C. P. Hayes, in the
hope that his condition may improve.
Brooksville Argus.

i A Cyphers incubator In perfect con-
3 cans Vnn f nmn snnn 95p anion. 150 egg capacity, win be sold

DanS Roberts. Ocala, Flaf. 3-13-d&w-lm

Hominy 2Sc

Ol.LIE MORDIS' MARKET OPEN

Mince Meat 25c

.

lb

The market rormenv Tcnnwn as th

Sunbeam Shrimp 25cjlie Mordis' is now open. Will keep on
C j and a supply of fresh meats and fish.
o0u3 - SC Orders by phone will Teceive prorrpt

attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right
Yours respectfully.
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS.
Dealer In Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia

2, cans small flat Salmon .35c'

1
1
2
1

"large ..30c
" tall Salmon 30c
Argo large Salmon 45c
Ocean Gem tall ... 20c

THY OUR

WANTED To buy 500 to 3000 acres
of good, general farming land, close to
transportation. Owners' Realty Com Company.
pany. Company. 410 Franklin St.. Tampa, Fla

Stop coughing by using Cherry Bark
Cough Syrup. Sold only at the Rexall
Stores. Ad.

The Ocala Woodmen heid a well at attended
tended attended and enthusiastic meeting last
night, and listened to reports from
Consul Commander Thompson and
State Organizer Dame of the meeting
of the head Camp of the state at Tallahassee.

Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.

JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST
: AND

FLORIDA'S LARGEST UD BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
Sister to.
HOME HOTEL OF THE STATE
RATES
AMERICAN PLAN $4.00 PER DAY AND UPWARD
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 PER DAY AND UPWARD
A. F. WILSON, Ass'l Mgr. TH0S. M. WILSON, Prop, and Mgr
JACKSONVILLE FLA.

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.

Are you troubles witn roaches? Then
try a box of Magic Hoodoo roach pow powder
der powder at the Court Pharmacy. Adv.

Pearl tooth brushes ae sold at
Gerig's Drug Stores at 25c. and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ad.

Mr. John R Dewey has added to the
good looks of the neat and attractive
Merchants' Cafe by a number of hand handsome
some handsome plants in the windows. Two in
particular, a genuine rubber tree and
a flourishing begonia, attract the at attention
tention attention of all.

HOTEL ASTOR COFFEE
SOMETHING FINE
40 cts. per Pound
LORD CALVERT
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
CAHODAS

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FOR. RENT Furnished rooms in
(modern home, for couple or two young
men. With board or without. Phone

j!75.

3-10-tf

You will always regret It if. you do

jnot get your share of the bargains be be-jing
jing be-jing offered at the Globe's sale that
'opened this morning. Adv. It

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Never lost: "When -or umnrella Is
neatly lettered for 25 cents by the

(Dodge Sign Co., original sign writers.

Same old stand. 2-26

Do not blame us if you do not get
your share of the good things on sale
at the Globe's great Easter sale. Adv.

VE CAN SUPFLT 1017 WITH
PURE ICE
For AU Purposes, Whether Tour
Requirements are for Home Use
Or for a Carload.

PLACE YOUR OrtDKRS WITH US.

OCALA ICE & -PACKING CO.
OCALA FLORIDA

CO.

You can say goodbye to constipation
with a clear conscience If you use
Chamberlain's Tablets. Many have been
permanently cured by their use. For
1 cln oil jaslAre A

PHONE 163

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KEYS LOST Key ring with house
key, postofflce key, prestolite key and
others. Lost Friday night between Dr.
Newsom's residence and the Commer Commercial
cial Commercial Bank. Finder please leave same
at this office or at the Commercial
Bank. 3-15-tf

A tight feeling In the chest accom accompanied
panied accompanied by a short, dry cough. Indicates
an Inflamed condition in the lungs. To

relieve It buy the dollar size BAL BAL-j
j BAL-j LARD'S HOREIIOUND SYRUP; you

get with each bottle a free HER HER-RICK'S
RICK'S HER-RICK'S RED PEPPER POROUS PLAS

TER for the chest,
the tightness and

out the inflammation. It is an Ideal
combination for curing colds settled
in the lungs. Sold by all druggists, ad

Phone 296
WHITE STAR LINE
TRANSFER and STORAGE CO.

Shipping and Storage of Bag

gage, Household Furniture,
Pianos and Safes.

FIREPROOF STORAGE BUILDING

Agents for Beaver Board
E. Broadway Ocala, Fla

The syrup relaxes
the plaster draws

A strong and ornamental iron fence
is being built around the county jail,
and when it is up the jailor will be
able to keep the yard in much better
shape. The fence i- only of ordinary
height in front, but around the rear
and in a dTvidinar line between the
jailor's residence and the cells it will
be eight feet high and very uncomfor uncomfortable
table uncomfortable to climb.

Eeck's hard -Rater soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.

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

THAT
Is the quality or exceiteence you are
GUARANTEED in every article you
purchase at thi3 establish rnent.
Irrespective of its value if It's J500
worth of 100 cents the value you ob obtain
tain obtain for your money is the maximum

obtainable anywhere
GOLD JEWELRY
SILVERWARE
POTTERY

ml other articles we sen.
You can trade with atsorje safety
lere with the knowledge that you're
positively securing ihi best for your
money.
A. E. BURNETT

m
CUT GLASS
WATCHES
CHINA

Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
won Its great reputation and extensive
sale by Its remarkable cures of
coughs, colds and croup. It can be de depended
pended depended upon. Try It. Sold by all
dealers. Advertisement.

ZEMO FOR D.MDRCFF

How

Yon Will be $arpried to See

Qnfettly It Disappear!
No more dirty coats from dandruff
heads. Zerao stops dandruff. Apply
it any time with tips of fingers. No
smell, no smear; Zemo sinks Into the
pores, makes the scalp healthy, makes
the hair fine and glossy.
Zemo is prepared by E. W. Rose
Medicine Co.. St. Loui3. Mo., and 13 reg regularly
ularly regularly sold by all druggists at 11 per
bottle. Eut to enable you to make a
test and prove what It will do for you,
get a 25-cent trial bottle fully guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed or your money back at the
Court Pharmacy. Ad.

tQtTKIM1.
Mother! Where are you' solar,

daughter?
. .Daughter! War down to the IInrt
Clothing Co'au, East Ft. King, avenue,
to buy ray Canter hat. Everybody
nym they have the naeftt la the city.

"Queen oi Sea Routes'

JifcHCIIANTS' A MIXERS, TRANS. CO.
JACKSONVILLE TO
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia
Boston and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
fres; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Snd for booklet.
H. C. AVERT, Agent.
Jacksonville, Fla.
L. D. JONES, C. A
Seminole HoteL Jacksonville, Fla,
-FfneM CoalMie Trip la the Warld

Free cabbage at Ollie Mardis, grown
on the famous Carrnlchasl farms.



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Genuine Scriven Drawers
regular 75e values, to go for

Men's Pure Silk Half Hose 6T

Regular 50c values, to go during this Sale for A

J. B. STETSON HATS,
Nuff Said! Special

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Men's Fleece Lined Underwear
Regular 50c Yalaes to go (or, Special .

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On Opening Day Only, To Every Customer Making a Pur Purchase
chase Purchase on the Opening Day Will Receive Free, a Wonderful
Souvenir.

Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back

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Wonderful
Variety
Of Ladies' Night Gowns,
Chimese and Fancy

1

in all sizes and lengths.
Regular $1 to $1.50 values
to go in this sale for

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Sheets

72x90, regular 50p
values, for ....

39c

72x90

for

81x90
for.

Royal Blue

59c
69c

Pillow Cases

9c
.... lie
.... 13c

12c Grade
for.
15c Grade
for. .

Ladies'
Princess Slips
Regular $1.25 and $1.50
values, to go for

Fancy
Princess Slips
Regular $2, $2.50 and $2.98
values to go in this sale
for

"Y.

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19c Grade
for. .

YOUR MONEY'S WORTH

OR YOUR MONEY BACK

-

Ladie's
Drawers
25c Grade 01
for.. ZlC

50c Grade
for. .

39c

75c Grade for

9c

YOUR MONEY'S "WORTH,
OR YOUR MONEY BACK

;taple

Apron
Checks
Regular 7c and 8c per
yard values to go
for per yard
4ic
Mourn spurn
18 Yards
For $1.00
36 inches wide, regular 8c
per. yard values.
Bleaching
19 Yards For

il.OO

36 inches wide, regular 8c
per yard values.
Fruit of the Loom
Bleaching
Nuff Said

0n,y 8'2C

r

per yard.

YOUR MONEY'S WORTH,
OR YOUR MONEY BACK.

V..

AbmE Wnl Comtltod

IIEI1

vo over, and

TTPTT TIP our am is to give the Buying Public an

iwu u. 9 cnases, at r resent, ior r rices ana .v aiue

L una Lime ui liic ocaouii, cuiu at ouun v ai

to get rid of half of our Enormous, Clean, Fresh
Fall of the year, and Sacrifice same Below Cost.

All Good Things Must
End.

EASTER SPECIALS'"

Satin Striped Voiles, 35 c per yard values Sin Vl
will go in this sale for.... ..tm JU

... 24 c yd.
24c yd.
24c yd.

YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK

Paquin Chiffon Voiles, in all shades, 35 c

per yard values lor
Mercerized Striped Voiles, 35c per yard
values, go for'--
Yokohama Crape, 35 c per yard values
in this sale for

71 fi

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We have not the room to men mention
tion mention our various number of
styles and grades in this ad of
our enormous stock of child children's
ren's children's dresses, but will guaran guarantee
tee guarantee you, to find the largest stock
in Ocala, of children's dresses,
in all sizes, ranging in prices
from

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FOR A

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Fine Crescent Tissues, Regular 29c per yard p V(ti
values, going at . ...... tVjW

Marquisette, in all shades, Regular 50c per yard
values, in this sale at

5 c yd

n

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Don't visit our store
without asking us to show
them.

Ratine, in latest shades, Regular 35c per yard
values in this sale at

Ic'-yi

Fadeless, Aberfoyle Fabrics, Regular 50c per
yard values for

YOUR MONEY'S WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK.

!9eyi.

, lei's
?2.50 kind f nn
' for..; ..3JL20
$3.00 kind fQ oo
for... vtOO
$3.25 kind do tt

for

$2.89
$3.19

In All Leathers
Low and High Cuts 1
leys
$L50 grade $X 19
".'.'$1.44

$1.50
$1.89

$3.50 kind

for.
$4.00 kind
for. .

$2.00 grade
for..,,
$2.50 grade
for. ..

.$3.00 grade

.00 grade C?0 1 Q

Men's
Work Shoes
One lot of 200 pairs of
Work Shoes in Gun Metal
and Elk Skin Shoe3. regular
$2 and $2.25 &f Ar
values for J 1 fti

Men's Work

Shoes

ork q
for 417

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Don't be misled by other Sale

Signs, hung up for Ornaments,

For the Large
Red Canvas Signs.

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Men's Stacy-Adams Shoes
$5, $5.50 and'$6 Values for .

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Men's Nettleton Shoes
$6, $6.50 and $7 Values for . QLco

Men's Hanan Shoes
$5, $5.50 and $6.50 Values for .

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Men's World Famed B. WD.
Art Underwer, per garment

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Genuine Amosteag Utility Ginghams,
Regular 10, 12 1-2 cent Values, Per Yard, ;
7i cents

Genuine Amoskeag Chec Gingliai,
Sold Every Where for 10 cents,
Now 5 1-2 per yard
Only 10 Yards to a Customer.

Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back.

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Mairdto Mum

if 1 Pays mffly

Same Story, you have heard over, and

p, alter time, ior me rasi,.

(ortunitv .to make their Opening Season's Pur-

hich they have waited until Season End to get.

or your money we are Sacrificing, we expect

Up-to-Date Stock, and not carry over, until the

Yir ffleiey lack.

Best Things are Short
Lived

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high
V1'50

In all styles and leathers,

anu" low cuts.

grade

N for.

p. 00 grade
I for
2.25 grade
I for
I $2.50 grade
for.........

A2.00 grade

for

so srade

for

100 grade

or

$1.19
$1.63
$1.89
$1.98
$2.33
$2,79
$3.19

EASTER SIPECIA.IL.S

10c yd.
. 8c yd.
...20c yd.
....9c-yd.

Yoiir Money's Worth or Your Money Back
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Messalines Silks; in all shades, Regular $1.25
per yard values for

Killarney Dimity, Regular 15 cents per yard;
Vales for
Dimity Checks,, Regular 12 1-2 cents per yard,
Values for
Ardmore Fancy Stripes, Regular 35 cent per yard
Values for -----
Fancy Dress Lawns, 12 1-2 to 18 cents
Values for

Ladle's
Underskirts
Regular $1.50- values to go
during this sale aq
for. ZJOC
Children's
Rompers

25c Kind
for. .

50c Kind
for

21c
39c

Sheeting
9-4 Sheeting, unbleached,
for per 1 Q
yard IvC
9- 4 Sheeting, bleached, for
per HI
yard Mly
10- 4 Sheeting, Genuine Pep Pep-eral,
eral, Pep-eral, regular 39c np
values for, per yd mOC

Damask

39c values,
per yard.

29c

75ctvalues, AQ
per yard. XC

Special

90 inches wide, Irish Linen.
$1.25 per yard value, for
per yard

89c

ens

Paints
$2, $2,231 $2.50,
$3 grade for

!1.98

$3.25, $3.50, $3.75 and ?4
grade for

$2.95

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$4.50 and $5 grade for
$3.50
Yale
Pants
$5, $5.50, $6 and $6.50 high
grade Hart, Schaffner &
Marx and Yale Pants to
go for.

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Boy's
Peg-Top Pants
Tailor Made Extreme
Peg Top For

$1.00 to $2.90

Mens

Elastic Seam
Drawers

33c

Regular 45c values
for.. .........

Men's Elastic Seam Drawers,
regular 50c values qq
for OftC

SMrtts

37c
43c
59c
79c
89 c

Blue Chambray
Shirts
50c kind
for..
75c kind
for... ......
$1.00 kind
for

$1.25 kind
for. .........

ni5or.kind. $1.00

$2.00 kind

for.

$2.50 kind
for. . .

$1.25
$1.60

$3.00 kind t f Ag
for. nfLJD
Boy's Wash Suits
To Go For
50c, 75c, $1.00
and $1.50
JCST ARRIVED
Men's Fine Straw
Hats

AT SEASOX EXD PRICES

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Heavy Black Tafteta Silk, Regular $1.25 per nr p v d
yard values for . ... v V-m

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Ve also have a ful line of
ladies' White

;anvas Oxfords

Itn rn for U 1 )

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"VVe will also mention that

've have a fu'l and complete

Suessine Silk, in. all Shades, Regular 39c per
yard values for

!3cy.

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Dorden Welt Pique, Regular 29c per yard values, "fl Wnil
to go in this sale for . : '. Jm

xtra-m-Between-fime

PECIA

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Cliildrens'

11 Shoes

)ur inspection to our

deDantment is Invited.

Pongee in all shades, Regular 25c per yard values, 1! ra -Hfli!
to go in this sale for . . 13"L Jyruil.

OIF OCALA

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Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back.

West of Coirfioise

MAGNOLIA STREET
OCALA - FLORIDA
Come Early and Skim the Cream
off Our Wonderful Bargains.

Monday and Tuesday, March 17th and
18th, Between '9:30 to 11:30 a. m,
27 in. Wide Swiss Flouncing, Regular
50c Per Yard Value to go for

Only 5 yards to a Customer.

March 20th and

ress Lawn

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Thursday and riuc

21st, all day, 40 in. Wide

Regular 15c and 19c Value to go

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Two last days, NUF SED. Monday and
Tuesday, March 24th and 25th,
Antrim Dress Lawn, Regular 10c per
yard Value for

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mother, Messrs. Welsh Dewey, William
Camp and Pat Anderson. 4
Mrs. T. J. Sistrunk of Berlin is now
making, her home with her daughter,

Mrs. Nola

3IlM)PuIlr Entertained Auction CInb

Mlss Eugenia filler was the brighr

and lovely youas hostess with whorn

the members &l fthe Young Ladies'
Auction Club mix. this afternoon fr

their weekly plaS'. Ijr'addition to -th

ten members pfestnt, Mis3 Fuller In-t

vited six special friends which madf

sfour tables of congenial players. S

cofey-wfre ,;iijTke d""o"n daihtyIittle
Japanese scenics and the hig-hst scorer
in the club was awarded the custom customary
ary customary club prize and to tne visitor "mak "making
ing "making top score, a' deck of attractive
cards was given. The games proved
very interesting and the afternoon was
one of much pleasure for all present.
Shortly after. 5 o'clock the hostess
served a delicious salad course, includ including
ing including fruit salad, olives, wafers, salted
almond3 and mint Ice.
Playing were Misses Edith Williams,
Bessie MacKay, Alice Bullock, Therese
Xurney, Emma Nelson, Muriel Bittin Bittin-ger,
ger, Bittin-ger, Adele BittLnger, Marie von En En-gelken,
gelken, En-gelken, Mary Burford, Annie Davis,
Clara Johnson, Fanny Robinson, Beulah
Hall, Hope Robinson, Minnie Stovall
and Aftnie Atkinson.
Miss Fuller's grandmother,. Mrs. Wil William
liam William Martin, assisted in entertaining:

Ferguson.

y Mrs. Eugene Cox

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CHARLES MILLIARD, "THE PRET TIEST GIRL" WITH GEO. EVANS'
HONEY BOY MINSTRELS, AT THE TEMPLE THEATER TUES TUESDAY,
DAY, TUESDAY, MAR. 25.

RE At ESTATE AND INSURANCE

REAL ESTATE
Town property, improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real profit profit-bringing
bringing profit-bringing investments.
Orange Groves .Jetaoi etoal shrd
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Pr Pr-ange
ange Pr-ange Groves or almost anything you
wish, on terms to suit.
REXTAIi DEPARTMENT
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
the taxes.

INSURANCE DEPART3IENT
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 Phone 285 OCALA, FLA.

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FJD MULE

I am. keeping at my Sales Barn and Lot, on
West Exposition Street three blocks west of the
court house square,

a Fine Drove of y

First Class
Horses and Moles
Animals for all pur purposes,
poses, purposes, and at reason
able prices. I go to
market each two
weeks and select the
stock in person and
get the very best.

Call at the Lot, yon will find some Stock to suit you,
if it is one or dozen head you need, I have them.

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M. J. NICHOLS
LIVE STOCK DEALER OCALA, FLORIDA

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parents,

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nta next

The Baptist Sewing Circle will meet

with Mrs. R. S. Hall Monday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. C. S. Dukes, who has been visit

ing- her parents, Major and Mrs. L. T. j
Izlar in this city, left today for her

home in Dlackvilld, S. C.

Miss SaTah Davis returned s'esterdayl

from Charlotte, where she has been for
five weekyislting'hercousin, Mrs,
Arthur Wlfliams. f Xext weekMfT"and
MrsTWrniarrisa.nl little Miss Elizabeth
Williams will come to Ocala to be
Easter guests of relatives.
Mrs. Howard Clark and three Inter Interesting
esting Interesting children arrived yesterday from
Troy, Ala., where they have been visit visiting
ing visiting relatives since leaving Texas.
Their stay in Troy was prolonged on
account of whooping cough, which the
children contracted on the train. Mr.
and Mrs. Clark and children will be
the guests of Mr. Clark's sister, Mrs. E.

C. Bennett, until they find a house in
which to live.

Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski return

ed today from Tampa, where they were

the guests of their son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs K. Zewadski,

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Mrs. William Hocker, who went to

Jacksonville Tuesday to attend the
National Child Labor conference, re

turned home today. Mrs. Hocker., was
entertained by Mrs. -W. S. Jennings.

Mrs. Edward Badger, accompanied

by her daughter, Mrs. Mary Eagleton

went to Tampa this afternoon' to visit
her daughter, Mr Godfrey Moyers
until after Easter. Mrs. Eagleton will
return the first of next week.

.
Mr. Joseph Wolff, a drummer from

Albany, Ga., who makes Ocala two or

three times ao'ear, was in town Thurs Thursday
day Thursday and Friday attending to business.

Mr. Wolff was accompanied by -Mrs.
Wolff and while here was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Fishel.

Mr. and Mrs. von Engelken, whose

beautiful home, Vingolt-on-the-gft.

Johns, is located a few miles from 'the

city, spent Tuesday in Palatka. Pa
latka notes in Times-Union.

Mr. von Engelken is the only son of

Dr. and Mrs. L. H. von Engelken of

this city.

Mrs. Ola Potter has gone to Ocala,

where .she will be for about three
months. Mrs. Potter's friends will be

lad when she returns. Summerfleld

notes in Times-Union.

In the Miami Items In the Times

Union of yesterday, mention is made

of the annual election" of officers of
the Woman's Club of that city for the

ensuing year, and among those elect elected
ed elected were Mrs. Joseph Chaille, treasurer,

and Mrs. A. E. Frederick, correspond

ing secretary, both of whom have
friends in' Ocala who will congratulate

them on the honor conferred.

In Friday's Times-Union was a pic

ture of Clifford Gordon Blitch, the

bright young son of Hon. and Mrs. J

S. Blitch of Montbrook. Master Blitch
is a nephew of Messrs. S. T., C. L. and

H. C. Sistrunk of this city.

Mrs. Fred Biddulph who has -been

visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs.' Robert

Blake, returned to her home In Talla
hassee today.

Mr. 'Wallace O. Stovall of Tampa will

spend Sunday with his mother and sis sister.
ter. sister. Mrs. Mamie Howse Stovall and

Misslnnier-StovaH

Mrs. William Campbell and pretty
little daughter Virginia, arrived in

Ocala Thursday frm Franklin, Va

nd are the guestsof their cousin, Mrs

DK-Mclver. I -C

In honor of the woman delegates to
the National Child Labor Conference
now in session in Jacksonville, a
luncheon was given at the Woman's
Club yesterday at 12:30 o'clock; the
function being attended by many of
the most" influential and prominent
club women of the cits'. The lunch luncheon
eon luncheon was, characterized by informality
which added greatly to the" pleasure of
the assembled guests. The central
place at the table was occupied by Mrs.
William B. t Young, pres'dent of the
Woman's Club, while at her right was

Mrs. William Hocker, of Ocala, presi-r

aent 01 tne J? ionaa J? ederation of wo-ia

men's Clubs. Times-Union.

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, The Mteorftly '' Wliug
Life insurance reports state that the majority,

or nearly 90 per cent, of all men at the age of 60, are
dependent, upon others for support.
Why? v
Because in their younger earning days they
have saved nothing. r
Here's a place where the majority wins. We
offer absolute security and 4 per cent, on savings de deposits,
posits, deposits, and both old and young are welcome.
$1 starts an account.
TOE OCALA NATIONAL BANK

JNO. L.

CAPITAL.. FULL. PAID IN 975Bfe,
H. D. STOKES, CashUr.
EDWARDS. Prs. CLARENCE CAMP. Vic Pri.

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AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

. Grace Episcopal
Rev. Jas. G. Glass, Priest in Charge
.".7:30 "a. m.--Holy communion.
,10 a. m. Sunday school. d
11 a. m. Litany with sermon.

CHICKENS FOR FRYING

Mrs. B. A. Weather and Miss Janet
Weathers spent, tha day at Oldtown

Young Frying Sized Chickens, in Limited Quantity!

35 Cents Per Pound
Dressed Extra Fine and I Want You to Try Them

CHOICE BEEF, PORK, AND MUTTON, CELERY, OYSTERS, ETC.
First Class Service Assured and will Appreciate your trade
Phone 108 W. C. MARSH, City Market

with the former's

Ferguson.

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ther, Mrs. Nancy

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New Hotel Astor

Jacksonville, Florida
A. B. Vance, mgr. director
CAFE IN CONNECTION
European Plan, $1.00 and up
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATH
Hot and Cold Running Water and
Telephone in Rooms. Elevator
Service
Corner Bay and Hogan streets, one
block from postofflce. Street cars
from Union Station and all steamers
pass the door.

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Presbyterian
(Pastor, Rev. TV. H. Dodge, D. D.)
9:45 a. m. Sunday School.

11 a. m. Sermon. Suoject, "The Cost

of Consecration."

3 p. m. Junior Missionary Society.
7:30 p. m. A praise service conduct

ed by the choir, assisted toy other local X
talent IX

A cordial invitation extended to the

public.

Christian
(W. H. Coleman, Minister.)
10 a. p. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Sermon. Subject, "Man-

Made Refuges."

3 p. m. Junior C. E.

7:30 p. m. Sermon. Subject; "Who

Changed the Sabbath?"

Music by the orchestra.
Everybody welcome.

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Junior Christian Endeavor Program
Topic, "David Livingstone."
Psalm 37:37-40.
Elizabeth Cowdrick, leader.
Song.
Prayer. f
Bible lesson read by leader.
Life of Livingstone by members.
Chalk talk Bennie Borden.

Chalk talk, page 87 Mamie Spencer.

Lesson story Lourene Spencer and

Virginia Beckham.

Sentence prayers. 'i
Birth days. ; f
Mizpah.-
Methodist
Rev. J. B. Ley, Pastor.
Bible school 9:30 a. m.

At 11 a. m. sermon by the pastor.

Subject, "Love's Voices."

3:30 p. m., Senior Epworth League.

Some new members to be received.

7:30 p. m., sermon by the pastor,

Subject, 'Divine Intolerance."

The pastor wishes to have a word

with all who have made application for

membership or may desire to do so,

and: hopes they will be present at the

morning hour.

Applications for membership will be

received at each service during the
day, 9:30 and 11 a. m., and 3:30 and

:30 p. m. All applicants, for member

ship will be received next Sunday

(Easter) at 11 o'clock.

Monday night at 7:30 the quarterly

conference will be held. All officials

are urged to attend. A general invi

tation is extended to the public.

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

We carry over fifty differ different
ent different styles, and nearly as
many different prices.
There are-handsome white
enamelled. with little or no
brass trimmings, then there
are solid brass beds, the

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

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F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
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THE Dr. M'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL

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

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

Mrs. A. 1 Foster of Covington, Ga.

formerly Mi.ss Sara Bull of this city

has concluded a visit with her cousins

Dr. and Mrs.' L. F. Blaloek, and is now

in Lake City visitingr relatives. Mrs

Foster is accompanied by" her two
children and before returning: home
will visit in Atlanta.

Mrs. J. II. Mathews. Mr. Dudley
Gardner, Miss Haller of Pennsylvania,
Mrs. Goldsmith and Miss Gibbs of At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, former a congenial party com coming
ing coming up from Candler on the early
morning train Friday. They were Join
ed here by Mr. R. D. Mathews and pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded to Silver Springs to spend the
day picnicing down the run aboard the
launch Launa. Dinner was spread at
Delk's Bluff and the crowd returned in
time to catch the 7 oclock train for
Ocala. They returned to Candler last
niht.
Miss Josephine YVilKams. Miss Lydia
McDouaaM, little Miss Dorothy Mc Mc-Dousrall
Dousrall Mc-Dousrall and nurse left this afternoon
for Bartow.
a a
-Anions? those groins? to Palatka today
to attend the ball srame th's afternoon
and the dance tonight are Misses Rose Rosebud
bud Rosebud Kobinson. Marian Dewey, Mamie
Sheppard, Mr. Jas. D. McDonald and his

Tomorrow is Palm Sunday and will

be appropriately observed In St, Phil

lips' Catholic church and Grace Episco

pal church. Palms w'll be used ex

clusively in" the decorations, the sago,
or sacred palms, being used On the
altar. Palm Sunday is the first day of

holy week and is observed In com commemoration
memoration commemoration of Christ's triumphal en

try into Jerusalem." The custom of its

observance extends as far back as the

fourth century in the eastern church

and the fifth and sixth century in the

western church. About the seventh!

century formal processions had become
customary, which the Greek and Roman
Catholic churches have retained and

the popular observance of the day by
carrying, branches of willow or other
trees continued in many places in
fenxland after the reformation and the

custom of solemnly blessing and dis

tributing palms and carrying them in

procession has been revived in many

Anglican churches.

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We have just received a full line-of all '"kinds-of fresh seeds and
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
much cheaper rates than by express. .-.
Below we list a few varieties of the seed that we carry and will be
glad to make quotations on any others not listed..

Fire Chief Chambers has'had Install-I

ed in his house a trip alarm which is

attached to the phone in the fire sta

tion. When an alarm is turned in it

will ring at the same time 'n Mr.

Chambers'-room, and it won't take the

chief Ions? to reach the scene of the

fire.

Ward well's Kidney Wax Beans $5.75
Davis White Wax Beans I . t ; --. :t '. ; 5.75
Curries Rust Proof Wax Beans. ; . .. ... 5.75
Red Valentine Beans . , 5.50
Black Valentine Beans 5.50
Extra Early Refugee Beans 5.50
Longfellow Beans 5.50
Any of the above varieties t .25
Any of the above varieties 1.50
Livingston's. Globe Tomato '...2.50
Redfield Beauty Tomato 2.00
New Stone Tomato 2.00
Spark's Earllana Tomato 2.00
Dwarf Champion Tomato .....-2.00
Early Detroit Tomato i 2.50
White Spine Cucumber 1.00
Early Fortune Cucumber 1.00

Long Green Cucumber 1.00 per pound

Genuine Rocky Ford Cantaloupe 1.25 per pound

per bushel
, per bushel
per bushel
per bushel
per bushel
per bushel
per bushel
per quart
per peck
per pound
per pound
per pot.nd
per pound
per pound
per pound
per pound

per pound

Honis McCracken, colored, was
brought in from Lake Weir yesterday
and placed in the hospital. McCrack McCracken
en McCracken Is in the employ of Mr. Duncan in
the tie business, and in some way was
accidentally shot by another negro, a
load of buckshot entering McCracken's
hip. He s doing as well as could be
expected, but the wound is an ugly
one.

Tom Watson Watermelon 1-00
Florida Favorite Watermelon .75
Kleckley Sweets Watermelon....... .75
Georgia Rattlesnake Watermelon ............ .75
MAIXE GROWN SEED POTATOES

per pound
per pound
per pound
per pound

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Red Blis3 Triumph Potatoes
Spaulding's Rose No. 4 Potatoes.
Irish Cobbler Potatoes

. 3.50
. 3.50
V 3.50

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sacks
sacks
sacks

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Creditors, legatees, distributees and
all persons having claims or demands
against the estate of William Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, late of Ocala, Florid., are called
upon, to present them within two years
from this date to the undersigned.
Ocala, Fla.. Dec Slst, 1S12.
Rebecca W. Anderson,
Executrix of the Will of William An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, Deceased.
3-10-17-24-S1 7-14-21-28

We have many other varieties of seeds of all kinds and can make
them as reasonable as any dealer In the South and can recommend
them as perfectly reliable and far superior to what are sold by some
seed houses.
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We solicit your patronage and guarantee satisfaction on all orders
entrusted to our care.

OCALA.

FLORIDA

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OCALA EVEXIXG STAR, SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1913
SEVEN
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Temple Theater Tonight
A fine five reel program of th best
up-to-date licensed pictures. Have you
seer our new service yet? What, you
haven't! Well now you Jut come over
tonight and see if It isn't the best ever,
and hear the Temple orchestra In pop popular
ular popular selections. We start at 6:30 and
the prices are 5 and 10 cents. Be sure
and get here early tonight as it Is no
fun standing up and we only have 800
seats'.

HIG SALK

STARTED
AT TUB GLOBE TODAY

Remember, the big Easter sale at
the Globe commenced this morning and
will last ten days. This sale Is going
to be a record breaker and there are
real bargains there for you.

BOARD OF PARDONS.
- TO-MEET MARCH 28

Tallahassee, March 15. The next
meeting of the state board of pardons
will be held March 26th.

SUMTER COUNTY MAN
AFTER. A BIG OFFICE

The many friends of Col. I. E. Bar Bar-wick
wick Bar-wick learn with pleasure that he is an
applicant for the position of register
of the land office at Gainesville. Col
Barwlck was a resident of this county
for a number of years ancVthe founder
of Wlldwood. During ,hls residence
here he made, friends throughout tire
entire county. Wlldwood Item in the
Sumter County Times.

MANY HORSES AND MULES

Brought to Florida and Sold by nosh
Xlcboln k
Mr. H. J. Nichols, the hustling stock
dealer of South Florida, has gone again
to the market to buy more horses and
mules, this will make the fourteenth
car of stock he has shipped In this

season. He sure goes on to sell horses

.nd mules. He sold forty-one head
jUst week. He buys nothing but the

best the market affords, consequently
those needing horses and mules' know
they can get the best from Nichols.
Wlldwood Item in Sumter ; County
Times. . .1

DOUGLAS CRUJI

Monday evening Douglas Crum, the
nine-year-old. son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H.
Crum, died at the home of his parents
here. Funeral services were held from
the Methodist church Tuesday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Bushnell Times.

CIIERRY-IIOBRS

Miss Georgia Hobbs and Mr. "II. C

Cherry were united in matrimony

March 8th at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M, J. Hobbs, Rev.

H. I Goodwin officiating. Center Hill

Item in Sumter County Times.-

Messrs. Jenkins & Company have

given out the Information that they
will put a traction engine here to con

vey the court house.-, material to the
place of building and not construct the

sidetrack. They say that work will

begin within the next few days. days.-Bushnell
Bushnell days.-Bushnell Times.

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A 22 Room Hotel, Kitchen and Pantry. Two Stories, i Located on the bloqk next to Passenger Depot of Seaboard Air Line. Lot Measures
115 feet on Magnolia Street, with a Depth of 280 feet giving plenty of room for Kitchen Garden and Outbuildings.

The big mill at Edenfield will again
resume business about the first of n'ext
month under new management. .Mr. B.
W. Blount will be pres-dent; ,Mr. ..Mac
Williams, vice president; Mr. George
McLeod, secretary arid treasurer. This
Is a strong combination and the mill
will do a big business. Bushnell
Times. ;

FOR ransT

FOR RENT Ornces n Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.

To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stops the
Cough and Headache and works off the Cold.
Druarsrists refund money if it fails to cure.
E. W. GROVE'S signature on. each box. 25c.

Gentlemen, have your suits, hats
and neckties dry cleaned by one who

knows how. -J. S. Cromer, phone

451. 3-6-tI

ALLEN'S
FOOTEASE

PRICE $4,000.00, One Half Cash,1 Balance in '1, 2 and 3 Years at 6 per cent Interest.
This is One of the Best Real Estate Bargains, in Good Improved Income-bearing Property in the City. Come to see or Write me if Interested. 4

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OWNER

XOTICE OP APPLICATION
. FOR LETTERS PATEXT

The Antisertietxwder shaken into
the shoes The Standard Rem

edy lor the feet for a Quarter

century. 30.000 testimonials. soia

Trade-Mark. everywhere, 25c. Sample FREh.
Address. Allen S. Olmsted. Le Rov. N Y.
Toe Man who put the EEs In FEET.

W. C. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
f.r PLANS FURNISHED
ON APPLICATION
P. O.JBOX 40 OCALA. FLA.
HAVE YOUR CAR PAIXTED

FINE FLORIDA
AND WESTERN
Beef, Pork and Mutton
FRESH

APALACH1C0LA OYSTERS

Fresh and Salt Water
FISH
Received Every Day

rPrompt Service, Good Goods

and Reasonable Prices
HENRY HOLLAND

.Phone 351 Stall No.

City Market

Notice is hereby sriven that the un undersigned,
dersigned, undersigned, four weeks after publica publication
tion publication of 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.
H. C. Jones.
J. H. Compton.
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Copy of Proposed Charier
We, the undersigned, hereby -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-NAlia
, The name of this corporation shall

be the Oeala Coca-Cola bottling orKs,

and its principal place of business shall

De ai V-caia, jP loriua, uul il ma cai.au-
lish branch offices and businesses in

any other place or -places which -its

board of directors may airect, eitner
in this state or in other states.

ARTICLE 2. BUSINESS
The eeneral nature of the business

to 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-

cola, to manufacture and sell, whole wholesale
sale wholesale and retail, all kinds of soft
drinks; to own and operate a general

mercantile establishment, and to buy

anc sell all manner ana Kinas or 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 ana sen 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 or tne
foregoing purposes.-

ARTICLE 3. CAPITAL SlUCh.
The amount of capital stock of this

corporation shall be $20,000, to be di divided
vided divided into 200 shares of stock at a par

value of $100 per share, any or all or

which capital stocK shall oe payaoie 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
president, secretary. treasurer and
manager, and by a board of directors
consisting of not less than three nor
more than five members. All of the
above officers shall be elected at the
annual meeting: of the stockholders, to
be held on the first Monday in April of
1913, and annually thereafter. Any
two of the above offices may be hell
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, H. C. Jones; secre secretary
tary secretary ,and manager, J. H. Compton. A
directorate shall consist of the above
named officers.
ARTICLE 6. INDEBTEDNESS
The highest amount of Indebtedness
to which this corporation shall at any
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. H. Comp Compton,
ton, Compton, fifty shares.
George McGahagin.
H. C. Jones.
J. H. Compton.
State of Florida,
County of Marion.
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pas, among which stood the college
buildings, dating, one of them, back to

1756.

The place, full of traditions of the

Uevolutionary war.-had been a favor-

fte resort of southern students up to

18R1. The first war had battered the

front of Old Nassau hall, and the sec second
ond second bad done more substantial if less

picturesque damage in withdrawing

from the institution a large part of its

southern patronage. The south could

ill afford to send its young men far
away to -college now. This year, in indeed,
deed, indeed, there came twenty men from the

southern states. It is remembered that
some of these youths needed recon reconstruction.
struction. reconstruction.

Wilson is remembered in no such

way. Jae was Known as a uemocrat
of stout opinions from the day he first
opened his mouth on the campus, but

no reccllection remains, of his having
displayed any sectional passion. A
classmate remembers, however, that
on one occasion wben a group of fel

lows were talking of the misfortunes
that follow in the wake of war Wilson.

who was in the group, cried out, "You

know nothing whatever about it!" and

with face as white as a sheet of paper

abruptly left the company.
All. testimony goes to indicate that
Tom Wilson immediately took his

place as a leader in the class. lie ap

peared as a young fellow of great ma
turity of character, blended with un

usual freshness of interest In all things
pertaining to college life. He had the
manners of a young aristocrat. His
speech was cultured. He soon won the
reputation of already wide reading and
sound judgment. There is abundant
evidence that he, was from the start a
marked figure among the men who
now constitute the "famous class of
"!9." There have been more famous
Princeton graduates than these, but
there has never been a class of so high
an average of ability. Robert Bridges,
one of the editors of Scribner's Maga Magazine;
zine; Magazine; the Rev. Dr. A. S-lHalsey. secre secretary
tary secretary of the Presbyterian board of for foreign
eign foreign missions: Charles A. Talcott, M.
C; Mahlon Pitney, justice of the su supreme
preme supreme court of the United States:
Robert H. McCarter. ex-attorney gen general
eral general of New Jersey: Edward W. Shel Sheldon,
don, Sheldon, president of the United States
Trust company: Colonel Edwin A.
Stevens of New Jersey and Judse Rob Robert
ert Robert R. Henderson of Maryland are only
typical members of a class of unusual

mental capacity. Among such men
Wilson from the start ranked h'gb.

&ot as a student perhaps. De was

never a bright particular star in ex

aminations. Princeton graduated as

''honor men such students as ban

maintained throughout their four

years course an average or w per
cent. Not less than forty-two out of

the 122 graduates of 79 were honor
men." Wilson barely got in among

them. He ranked forty-first.

The fact is that this son of clergy clergymen
men clergymen and editors hadn't come to school
to pass through a standardized cur curriculum
riculum curriculum and fill his bead with thp
knowledge prescribed In a college cata catalogue.
logue. catalogue. He had come to prepare him
self for a particular career, and. before
he had been at Princeton three months
he bad finally determined on what that
career should be.
The class historian. Harold Pfete
Godwin, celebrating the advent in
Princeton of the members of the class
that graduated in TO. declares that on

arrival "Tommy Wilson rushed to th
library and took out Kant's Critique

of Pure Reason.
To the library Tommy Wilson un

questionably did rush, but not to read

of pure reason. If ever there was a

student who demanded facts, concrete

subjects, applied reason, it was this
same Wilson, even in his college days.
The truth is that, prowling in the al alcoves
coves alcoves of the Chaucellor Green library,
new then, one dav early in the term
the boy stopped at the head cf the
south stairs, where jibe bound maga magazines
zines magazines were kept, and his hand fell
upon a Sle of the Gentleman's Maga Magazine,
zine, Magazine, that ancient and respectable re

pository of English literature which

an attractive iearure. mt upon tne iaea
of resuming the parliamentary reports.
Accordingly there began in the num number
ber number for January. 1874. a series of ar articles
ticles articles entitled "Men and Manner In
Parliament by "The Member For the
Chiltern Hundreds."
Thomas Woodrow Wilson happened
to pick up "this volume of the Gentle Gentleman's
man's Gentleman's Magazine and to turn to the
pages occupied by "Men and Manner
In Parliament" and from that moment
his life plan was fixed.
It was an era of -brilliant oarliamen oarliamen-tary
tary oarliamen-tary history. There were giants in
those days John Bright Disraeli.
Gladstone. Earl Granville. Vernon
Harcourt. The personnel of the house
,of commons had never been more pic picturesque,
turesque, picturesque, the atmosphere more elec electrical.
trical. electrical. Nothing could have better served to
awaken in a young reader a sense of
the plcturesqueness and dramatic in interest
terest interest of politics, and Mr. Wilson has
said to the writer of this biography
tbatrno one circumstance did more, to
make pnblic life the purpose of his ex
Istence nor more to determine the
first cast of, his political Ideas. The
young man turned back to the first
volume of the Gentleman's Magazine..

Then, going to other sources, he took
up In earnest the study oi English polit political
ical political history. He became saturated
with the spirit of the life and practices
of the British parliament: the excite excitements
ments excitements of political life enchanted him.
The characteristic thing about Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's undergraduate days at Princeton
was that his work was done in practi practical
cal practical independence of the ordinary col college
lege college routine of instruction, at which
even in those days he rfas sometimes
heard to r?ii. His mind had now set settled
tled settled definitely upon a public career
His purpose In Princeton was hence henceforth;
forth; henceforth; the clear and single one of pre preparing
paring preparing himself for public life. Always
he was reading, thinking and writing
about government. He was in no
sense a "dig" and seemed to have no
particular ambition in the college stud studies,
ies, studies, but he devoted every energy to the
furnishing and the training of his mind
as an authority .on government, the
history of government and leadership
In public life. He began to practice
the elective system ten years before
Princeton did. His most intimate
classmate, Robert Bridges, says of

him that his college career was re

markable, for the "confident selection

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ward t winning it tnrougnoui
course Th Lynde was an extem extem-poranwis
poranwis extem-poranwis diMission participated in
by thiw representatives from each of
the two hnlis. The halls representa representatives
tives representatives were thus chosen, a subject was
proposed by a committee, and candi candidates
dates candidates were required to argue on ei either
ther either side, as was determined by lot
By universal consent Wilson was now
the star deleter of the Whig society.
He was quite in a class by himself,
and there was no doubt in anybody's
mind that he would represent the hall
and win the prize. The subject for

the preliminary debate in Whig Hall
was "Free Trade Versus Protection."
Wilson put hi hand into the hat and
drew out a slip which required him to
argue in favor of "protection." He tore
up the slip and refused to debate. He
was a convinced and passionate free
trader, and nothing under heaven, he
swore, would induce him to advance
arguments in which he did not be
lieva
It will not be supposed that life was
all work-even for. this rather serious
minded youth."
Princeton was famous for the pranks
i
of its students. On one occasion they
had taken a donkey to the cupola, of
Nassau hall. Every class considered
Itself disgraced- unless it had made
way with the clapper of the college
bell. The 78 class wore the mortar mortarboard;
board; mortarboard; the TO's did not. Wilson ridi ridiculed
culed ridiculed '78's headgear.
Wilson lived first at the house of
Mrs. Wright One of his classmates.
Bob McCarter, who also lived at Mrs.
Wright's, tells of a certain evening
when the two were engaged in Wil
son's study in a quiet game of euchre,
a forbidden pastime in those days.
On the table, as it happened, lay a Bi
ble. -A knock was heard at the door.
McCarter swiftly swept the cards out
of sight under the table and went to
the door. Before he opened it he turn
ed his head for a moment, the thought
flashing over him that the conscieu
tious Wilson might have put the cards
back in plain view on the table. But
what he saw was-Wilson reading the
Bible.
At this time it is recorded that be

weighed lfWl iounds and stood five feet-1

eleven.
While without particular inclination
or ability lu athletics and while ba-k
In 75-9 athletics did not play the part
in college life that It now plays. Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row Wilson was a leader In the encour encouragement
agement encouragement of sports and in '7S-9 was
president of the athletic committee!! at
another time of the baseball associa association.
tion. association. ;
His classmates and schoolmates coo-

cur in describing the college lad as a
fellow of dignity, yet perfectly demo democratic.
cratic. democratic. The picture Is that of a youth
of unusual mental and moral maturity

a well poised fellow, never a roister roisterer,
er, roisterer, yet always full of life and inter interested
ested interested in everything that was going on
He was popular of that there can be
no doubt The young man had a cer certain
tain certain charm of manner and sweetness
of soul that forbade anybody's dislik disliking
ing disliking him, although he was generally
felt to be "a little above the crowd."
He never belonged to a clique. He was
a normal college boy, not a prig nor a
"dig" nor a "gind," but a healthy,
hearty, all around Chan. Interested in

everything tnat was going on, mlngJlnc
with everylwdy. though cherish in;
some particular friendships that bnve
endured.
The years passed. Recitations were
attended, laminations duiy passed
The library yielded up its secrets to the
mind: life iu the little commonwealth
of young men' matured the character:
intercourse with kindred spirits awak awakened
ened awakened geuerous enthusiasms. In "77
Tom Wilson went on the board of edi editors
tors editors of the Princetonian. the college
newspaper, then a biweekly. In 7S
he became Its managing editor.. Un Under
der Under his management It continued
about as before not overwhelmingly
interesting to the outsider, though here
and there Is discernible a little bright
ness scarcely to be found In earlie
issues
,A department beaded "Here and
There" was .the. Princetonian best
feature. Once In 'awhile Its writer
broke Into rime not always so tragi
cally sad as this:
"1 will work out a rime

If 1 only have time,"
Said the mau of "Here and There."
So he tried for awhile.
, Result a loose pile
Of his beautiful golden hair.
During his seuior year Wilson threw
Into the form of a closely reasoned
essay the chief results of his thinking
on the subject of the American con contrasted
trasted contrasted with the British system of
government This article he sent to
what was regarded as the most serious
magazine then published In America,
and It was Immediately accepted for
publication. The author was twenty
two years old and an undergraduate.
In the files of the International Re
view. Issue of August. 1879, may be
found an article eptltled "Cabinet Gov Government
ernment Government In the United States." signed
by Thomas W. Wilson. It was an im impeachment
peachment impeachment of government by "a legis legislature
lature legislature which Is practically irresponsi
ble" and a-plea for a reformed meth
od under ifrhich congress should be
again made responsible and swiftly
responsive In some such way as Is the
British parliament The author's
quarrel is with the practice of doing
all the important work of congress in
secret committees. Secrecy,- he says
Is the atmosphere In which all cor
ruption and evil flourish. "Congres
6hould legislate as If in the presence
of the whole country in open and
free debate. (These words were writ

ten thirty -three years ago.) He at attributes
tributes attributes the growth of the committee
system to the lack of leaders in con congress,
gress, congress, and his plan for the creation of
leaders Is that of giving cabinet min ministers
isters ministers a seat in congress. He quote
Justice Story to the effect that the
heads of departments, even if they
were not allowed to vote.' might with without
out without danger be admitted to participate

in congressional delates.
With this achievement of breaking
Into a high class magazine Woodrow
Wilson closed his undergraduate days
at Princeton. During his senior year
he -had concluded that the best path
to-a publlr career lay through the law
In the autumn, therefore, he matricu matriculated
lated matriculated In the law department of the Uni University
versity University of Virginia, that seat of liberal
learning organized by Thomas Jefferson.

(Continued Monday)

Rev. Dr. Thomas Woodrow, Maternal

Grandfather of Woodrow Wilson.
of his work and his "."easy indiff er
ence" to all subjects not directly In
line with his purpose. His business
in college apparently was to traiii his
mind. to do what be wanted It4to do.
and what he wanted it to do he knew.
He had already made himself profi
cient In stenography, finding it of

great value in making digests of ;what
he read and quotations which would

otherwise Lave occupied him long.

Princeton was not then remarkabte

In the teachinz of English. But the

men trained themselves in literary so

cieties. The body of the students was j

divided into two "halls." so called se secret
cret secret societies, but really debating clubs
the American Whig society and the
Cliosophic society. Wilson" belonged to
Whig Hall, an organization whose con constitution
stitution constitution had been written by James
! Madison
Here the young man was in bL
glory. Ox entered eagerly Into Its tra traditions
ditions traditions and became almost Immediate
ly one of Its leading spirits. To read
lug and writing day and night upon
his favorite themes he began to add
practice Jn elocution. One of his class
mates troubled with a weak throat,
who was sent down to Potter's woods
to practice exercises, often saw Wilson
in another part of the woods declaim

ing from a volume of Burke. On va
cations be was known to spend a good
deal of time reading aloud and de
claiming in his father's church at Wil Wilmington.
mington. Wilmington. Another debating society or
ganized by Wilson himself, called the
Liberal Debating club, was fashioned
after the British parliament

Wilson does not appear as a greai
prize winner. However, be did score
as second sophomore orator in the Whig
Hall contest and was one of the lit
erary men of the -class, an oration
on Cobden and an essay on Lord
Chatham being especially recorded.
Connected with the two big prizes ot
the co!lege"Ure two stories which throw
light upon Wilson's character as a stu
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