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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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TURBHSHIif GS
For All of Uie Homes
!DS-Mf d
the runHiruRB wsn ;
FUMMITUKE
AT RIGHT PRICES
Theus-Zachry Co.
VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1913
NO. 252

IbVlbW

Y

oming of
Ilia Sunbeam

How to Avoicl Those Pain and Distress
Which so Many Mothers Have Suffered.

v-,V ...

I S POOR 3IEX
HAVE OUR INNINGS

Impolite and Vlscrou CompariRon of
the VIee nnsl Virtue of the Seies
Uy a Voted KTangrlUt.

Rev.

John B. Culpepper in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Metropolis.

The white ylave traffic, the dlvorcs
question, low wages, woman's rights,
generally, are before us, to the extent
of appointing committees to see what
has become of old-time, pure woman womanhood,
hood, womanhood, or to save what is left from im impending
pending impending doom.
After all. the question is not, will
we stick to women, jjood or bad, nor
whether women can get on without
men.
If candor is consulted, in this In Investigation,
vestigation, Investigation, which is going on, then
it will be found That women are not
angels, to start on. In the Eible, all

the angels are men, wherever that

it is a r"7 more women do not rnow or r.uts the ioke
tlother'a Friend. Here 1 a reme-ly that often j v JU e'
tbe muscles, enables tlim to expan.l without If I were to assert that women are
any strain upon the liamfnff anl enable ino better than men. and were called on
women to tro through maternity without pain, ,
&niM. moraine lrknMa nr artv nt th riron.hxl i to prove It, my argument WOUld run

symptoms so familiar to many mother.

There 1 no foolish diet to harass the mind.
The thoughts do not dwell upon pain and suf suffering,
fering, suffering, for all such are arol'led. Thousands of
women no longer resign themselves to the
thought that sickness and distress are natural.
They know-better, for in Mother's Friend they
hare found a wonderful, penetrating remedy to
banish all those dreaded experiences.
It is ji subject every woman should be fami familiar
liar familiar with, and even though she may Dot require
Bueh a remedy, she will now and then meet
some prospective mother to whom a word la
time about Mother's Friend will eorne as a won wonderful
derful wonderful blessing. This famous remedy is sold
ly all druggists, and Is only fl.00 a bottle,
it U for external use only, and is really worths
its weight in gold. Write to-day to th Brad
field Regulator Co..-127 Lamar Bldg.. Atlanta,
Ga., foe a most valuable book

DR. A. I,. B LA LOCK
PHYSJCIAN and SURGEON

OFFICES OVEIl THE
COMMERCIAL BA VK

DR. L. F. BLALOCK
DENTAL. SURGEON
Tlionc 211 Ocala, Fla.

J, E, GHAGE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 1, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder lilock.
OCA LA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.

MVER k ftlAG KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Erabalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes

O. E. McIYEK and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
Work Done by Licensed Era Era-lialnurs
lialnurs Era-lialnurs and Fully Guaranteed.
rilOXES-

D. V.. Mclver 104

V. Roberts 30b
.Undertaking Office 47

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 ANY KIND
FILLED PROMPTLY

AND PREPAIRED IN

FIRST CLASS STYLE
Xw Location, Hognn & Co'. Xew
llullding, West Side of Square
IDEAL RESTAURANT
Will Lee, Prop.

J

CHINESE

RESTAURANT,
CHARLEY WAR,
Proprietor.
Chinese and American Cooking

Regular Meals

AND

Lunches

i All Food will be well Pre

pared by a Chinaman
who Knows How.
Regular Meals, 25c and Up.
Lunches, 5c.
Located In Xtw Building; lie lie-tvrecn
tvrecn lie-tvrecn Humt & Garner and
' Ruraett's Tailoring Establish-
meat.

after the following order:
1. A woman put the ball to rolUngr
in the wron? direction.
2. Men are their daddies, and it is
thought to be scientifically and phys physiologically
iologically physiologically and historically impossible,
for a stream to rise above Its source,
or in other words, all life in begotten

in the image and after the likeness, of

its slr-.

3. Men are their husbands. This

is the choice of the woman, and not

only so, but the average woman had

rather marry a man, with his nose

pointing down the Nancy Hanks track,

if not with Nancy's record.

4. Men are their sons. If a man

can father a daughter, inherently bet better
ter better than himself, then why can't a
woman mother a son inherently better

than herself, and thus improve the

race, wun eacn generation: 11 men

are as depraved as taught, they are
still the sons of holy, angelic, divine
motherhood, as the preachers and po

ets, yes, and the sons all say.

5. Men are their Drottiers. And the

same little passions and weaknesses,

which one develops, is seen in tne'oth

er in childhood. So thus far, I contend

that I have made out my case. But to

say nothing of the facts that the wo

man was made' from a piece of the i

man, led him astray, has hm for a

father, a son, a brother, but she delibe

rately consorts with him, and the puz puzzle
zle puzzle of the home is to keep her from
marrying below herself, which does

not argue any superior strain. If a

man Is perfect, satisfactory, and ir

resistible magnet to woman, then the

question of affinities, and sympathies,

settles the other question of identity

of nature.

6. A woman's ideals of life always

include a man. This is 'ncontrovert-
able-

7. I never dug down so deep, trying

to help a man but I found a woman

down there, keeping house for him.

8. I never climb up so high to sit

at the feet of a good woman, and learn
of th'e deep things of God, but I found

some man up there, on terms of per

fect spiritual equality with her all of
which teaches me the women are just
folks like the rest of us.

9. A woman is' Just as initiative as

a man, and often far shrewder.

10. A woman will backslide from the

high ideals of home or church, as easi

ly as a man.
11. A man has three times as much
self-respect as a woman. (Proof?)
If a woman sticks her hat on the side

of her head, cusses, squirts tobacco
juice -up and down the streets, and

keeps all sorts of company, hours, no
half decent man will be caught w.'th
her. Cut a man can go anywhere.go
with anybody, go in any sort of gang,
come back the same day or the next,
and come through the police courts, or
do anything, then ring the nicest girl's
door bell, take her to church, and mar marry
ry marry her, too,. This proves that the wo woman
man woman is not half as careful for herself,
as a man is. The sexes keep up each
other's standards, and the men, by re refusing
fusing refusing to keep company with any sort

or old thing, force up the woman s
practice to his ideals. The woman, by
associating with any old thing, let the

man's standard down. The man gives
the woman inspiration to purity by
bidding for it, and his care to marry
the best or none, produces the best.

The woman by taking any old thing

which comes along, gets Just that
Fact, sir.

12. W omen will dress 'n any sort

of fashion, if it pleases men, though it

shock their own strained modesty, and

alarms the church, which has made
her all she Is above her heathen sis

ters.

13. Women will let their sex put up

houses, and deliberately go into th
business of debauching men, whereas

if one man or twenty, should tack out

such a shingle, even here in Jaekson

ville or anywhere else on the globe

with the same avowed purpose of
wrecking wives and daughters, the

house would go down and the men

would go to jail, and possibly to Davie

Jones. Fact, sir. Where is the spot

where men can go in as solicitors, for
virtue, as women do every day? Who

can stop this? The pure women of this

and all places. Why is it not done?

Next.

14. When some devilish fashion
comes along, cut out of asbestos, In
Hell, and shipped up to Inflame the

passions of silly men, watch the wo women,
men, women, all of them, if you don't yet know

that women, as a proposition, are very
folks.- All of them will get together.

and instead of throwing it Into the

devil'?-face, with a Chrlstly "Get be

hind me," they will rig up someth'ng

enough like it to leave the average

man wondering where women are

headed for, anyhow.

15. Starting nearly a year before
the birth of the boy or the girl, and

lasting for fifteen years, any woman
can have about her own way with the

rising generation, and so, it is time our

good and great women our thought

less woman, and our women who
prefer a careless life, and our. bad wo women,
men, women, as well as all classes of men,

i iaKe mis matter or woman, more 10

heart, and ask seriously for the

I cause -of the trouble.

16. Nearly 7.000 girls, last year, in

Chicago alone, lost their characters

( and over 6.000 were drugged at soda
fountains Fact, sir. And it shows
that girls should be at home when

night, comes. Then they need a watch
or cKaperone, anyhow
17. jThe white slave trafficker, has
a woman a3 a go-between, 'and when
a ma"n, decoys a maid, he takes her to
where he has previously arranged for
her Imprisonment, at the home of a
woman.
18. What Is this I hear, daily, now
about low wages being the cause of
the downfall of women? Who started
that? Will It pass in court, when the
young man says he embezzles because
wages were low? Does the court let
the thief go, when he says wage3 were

low? No if he Is starving if his
family la in want he is expected to die

on the side of law, and right. Is a

man allowed to desert his colors, be

cause he is scared, or to desert his post
because his family are needing him?

There Is that flag, and men must die,

if need be, but It must not have dirt
flung on it. If a man must die for his
country's honor, then what is a coun country,
try, country, without pure womanhood? What is
the flag, to her, if it Is not her unbrib unbrib-able,
able, unbrib-able, unapproachable virtue? Where is
there a throne for women, if it be not
her honor? Already this country is
staggering under the first real shock
of woman's Incurable vanity ambition
selfishness weakness. The old book
said that woman was a helpmeet for
man God knew. Man Is to build the
state and woman to help. But-a wom woman
an woman Is unfit to go out and box, and
wrestle. She is unfit to go to war and
march and fight. She is unfit to go to
the polls and scrap it out, with the
vulgarisms of the day. A bar of pig
iron may not be hurt uy the weather,
but it is not worth much. When heat heated
ed heated and beaten, till it will make broad broad-axes,
axes, broad-axes, it is more susceptible, but more
valuable. When it is made Into razors.

its value is enhanced a thousand fold
or more, but exposure will ruin it.
When it has been hammered and refin refined
ed refined and brought to its best, in watch
springs, it is worth thousands of dol dollars,
lars, dollars, "but that fine temper would not
endure one night of rain or cold. Such
motherhood as we have such wife wifehood
hood wifehood such daughterhood such home
makers and keepers, must excite the
wonder of angels, and the approval of
God, out men, forget that our women
are what they are because woman
has been kept off the streets, un unduly,
duly, unduly, and has been enthroned, accord according
ing according to her nature, and God's call, where

man would be as great a failure as she
will be at the polls, and tiptoeing
around in courts of justice? When men
give their approval to this which is

contrary to nature, necessity, and
sense, we will be in such anarchy as
knows no throne, or seat of govern government,
ment, government, or place of retreat, or hill be behind
hind behind which we might reform our
broken columns, or rebuild our fire fire-less
less fire-less altars.

I conclude by saying that women are

folks, and men and women must come

together, and in holy counsel, save our
girlhood, first by teaching them that

virtue has no price but death and
resurrection: that a hoehandle, or cot

ton basket, is .degraded if touched by
the hands of easy or questionable

honor; that the washtub is still left to
her, and her alone, of inalienable rlsht,

who can sing "make and keep me
white without, within"; that Vashti,
with desertion, death, but God's notice,

exceeds all the flattery of a wicked

unprincipled man; that a sweet girl girlhood
hood girlhood home, well remembered, and

practiced, is one slice of heaven left to

all.

STORM KIXG AGAIN
IX THE SADDLE

Thirty-Five Live Lol and Immense

Damage to Property In the
Southeastern State
Atlanta, March 21. A storm that

Thursday night and Friday swept over

a number of the southern, southeast southeastern
ern southeastern and western states caused deaths
of at least thirty-five persons, Injury
to many others and heavy destruction
of property.
At several points the wind reached

a velocity of sixty miles an hour. At

Louisville it attained seventy-five
miles.
Southern Alabama, portions of Ten Tennessee,
nessee, Tennessee, Mississipp" and Missouri, seem
to have been in the worst part of the
storm.
The dead as reported are:
Five at Poplar Bluff, Mo.
Three at Hoxie, Mo.
Fifteen at Lower Peachtree. Al3.
One at Decatur, Ala.
One at Columbus, Ohio.
One at Salinas, La.
Five near Macon, Miss.
One at Lafayette, Ind.
One at Frankfort, Ind.
Two at Huntsv'lle, Ala.
Practically every wire is down be between
tween between Chicago in the west and New
York in the east, and the wires are
down more or less throughout the
section affected by the storm. Almost
the entire southwest and many west western
ern western states are involved. The storm is
apparently moving eastward and
bringing a cold wave with it.

State of Ohio, city ot Toledo,

Lucaft County. S3.

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

said, and that said firm will pay the

sum of one hundred dollars for each

and every rase of catarrh that cannot
be cured by the use 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

nally 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 P11H for constipation. Ad

FOR SALE

Sound gentle mare, cheap for cash.
Apply to D. NIel Ferguson, Ocala,
Florida. 3-14-2t.

CRISP. NOTES FROM

THE NATIONAL. CAPITAL

who owns the Times-Union and gives
little consideration to what it says.
But It is enough to make the blood of

any free American citizen boil with

indignation to read the dope sent out

from Washington praising the work of
the "plute" representatives, while the
real representatives of the people of

Florida cannot eve

;et mention in

Washington, March 21. The work of

getting the various departments or-

anized in smooth working order is

just now occupying the attention of

the new administration. It Is unlikely

that any considerable number of Flor

ida appointments will be made before
about the first of April.

Of course everybody in Florida knows

ASEPTIC BARBERSHOP

This magnificent new shop is

now open for business The

best equipped shop in the city.

Through sanitary, modern in

every respect. Hot and Cold
running water.

"First Class Workmen"
V. C. DETTERICH, Prop.

Harrington Hall Hotel

SMITH'S BARGAINS

.5

oo nn

4.00
1.75
2.00

Roll .Top Desfc

$7.00 Typewriter CTialr
One Vudor Veranda Screen .
One Veranda Swing Scat. .

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 'fining Tables
from $3 to $11.00. Worth double.
Many other nargarns, coo.
SMITH'S
Rack of Marcus rr auk's

GOOD ADVICE

All Ocala CItlaen Gives Information of
Priceless Value
When you suffer from backache,
Headaches, dizziness, nervousness,
Feel weak, languid, depressed,
Have annoying urinary disorders;
Do you know what to do?
Some Ocala people do.
Read the statement that follows.
It's from an Ocala citizen.
Testimony that can be investigated.
R. C. Loveridge, 225 N. Magnolia St,
Ocala. Fla.. says: "I have taken Doan's
Kdney Pills for kidney and bladder
trouble and have found them to be a
reliable medicine. I do not hesitate
to advise their use in cases of kidney
complaint."
The above statement must carry
conviction to the mind of every reader.
Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy
ask distinctly for Doan's Kidney
Pills, the same that Mr. Loveridge had
the remedy backed by home tes testimony.
timony. testimony. 50c. all stores. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
"When your back is lame remem remember
ber remember the name." Ad. No. 10

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

BEAD THIS
The Texas Wonder cures kidney and
bladder trouble, removing gravel,
cures diabetes, waak 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 year
druggist, will be sent by mall on re receipt
ceipt receipt of SI. One small bottle is two
months treatment and seldom falls to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from this and other states. Dr. E. W.
Hall. 209 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo.
Sold by all druggists. Ad.

Phone 296
WHITE STAR LINE

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Shipping and Storage of Bag Baggage,
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Pianos and Safes.
FIREPROOF STORAGE BUILDING
Agents for Beaver Board
E. Broadway Ocala, Fla

that interest owned Jewspaer no mat

ter what they ma: do. o read the

Times-Union and te itsKword for It
one would be led trAjPeliev that Frank

Clark was about all Florida has up;
here; that when anything is done Clark)

did it. The fact Is that Clark is small
potatoes and few in a hill up here. He
cuts practically no ice at alL He is
merely a peon of the most ordinary
sort. Occasionally he is handed a lit little
tle little appropriation and told what a
great man he Is merely to keep him
satisfied with his affiliations with the
money interests.
Clark must be given credit, however,
for one thing. He Is an artist at the
"hot air" stunt, and an article in the
Times-Union of the 15th inst., was a
prize winner. It told how reluctant
Clark was to talk about what he was
doing for his constituents, but that he
had been prevailed upon to consent to
an interview. Now, wouldn't that rattle
your grandmother's dishes? He would
follow a reporter around the block to
even get his name in print In any old
sheet and the dear old Times-Union is
the idol of his heart because ,it ha3
orders to print all the slush Frank
sends in.
Some more "hot air" in the same issue
of the railroad owned newspaper was
a statement by Clark that he would
present to the postmaster general all
applications for office In his district
whether he indorsed the applicant or
not. Anybody who knows anything at
all knows that an application unen unendorsed
dorsed unendorsed by some member of the delega

tion would never reach the postmaster

general but would go into the waste
basket at the first desk of the fifteenth

assistant secretary. But Clark la a
politician and he thought that little
stunt would fool some -of the appll-1
cants Into the bel'ef that though una unable
ble unable to secure Clark's endorsement he
was their friend and saw to It that
they got a hearing. Dear of ficeseeker,

if Clark is not for you he is certainly
against you and it would be foolish to
base your hopes on any rush rot.
Don't be fooled by this little grand grandstand
stand grandstand offer of the representative from
the second district. If he is for you let
him come out manfully and say so. If
against you let him tell you so-frankly.
Then even though you cannot
agree with him you can at least re respect
spect respect him as a man with the courage to
say what he means.
Senator Bryan is at home just now.
He made good In his pension fight and
has materially raised his standard as
an able senator. In the main he has
been right In the principles he has ad advocated
vocated advocated and there is no Teason to be believe
lieve believe he will not remain so. Bryan's
stand from now on w'll be watched
with interest, for much depends upon
him. If he stands.. true to progressive
democracy and shows the backbone
necessary to combat the pressure that
will be brought to bear upon him, the
progressive democracy of Florida will
get practically all they ask, but if he
wavers much will be lost. Those who
know him well believe he will stand to
the rack and his thousands of friends
in Florida are expecting the very best
of him and they will hardly be disap disappointed.
pointed. disappointed. Claude L'Engle and Emmett Wilson,
while new to the job, give every prom promise
ise promise of making good. They will proba probably
bly probably prove hard workers for the people
and being fresh from the people they
know what is wanted and expected of
them." They have their fighting clothes
on and it will not be their fault if a
number of old established precedents
are not knocked Into a cocked hat. Be Being
ing Being progressives they will fight for the
progressive cause side by side, even
though the worst comes to the worst
and they have to battle all alone and
unaided by any other member of the
Florida delegation. Though, of course,
this is unlikely for valuable aid is ex expected
pected expected from Senator Bryan and there
is every reason to believe he will line
up with them.

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HIS TROUBLE
NOT OF HEART
Deal Facts In Reg&rd To F. E.
Buffmin's Illness. Relief Ob Ob-tiined
tiined Ob-tiined By Coring His
Stomach Ailments.
Wtyaesville.N. C Mr. F. R. Huffman,
ei this city, says : I suffered dreadfully
with what I thought was heart trouble,
tnd 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
ot express my gratitude for its benefits."
Good health depends on the condition
of your digestion. Poor digestion and
good heaKh do not go together.
Thedford's Black-Draught will
thoroughly cleanse and set in order your
digestive system system-It
It system-It has done this for others, during the
past 70 years, and is today the most
popular vegetable liver remedy oa the
market. Try It
Insist on Thedford's. Price 25c

THE CAUSE Or itnEUMATISM

Stomach trouble, lazy liver and de deranged
ranged deranged kidneys are the cause 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 Sylvanla,
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."
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from stomach, liver and kidney trou troubles.
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prompt relief. 50c. and SI. Recom Recommended
mended Recommended by Tydings & Co. Adv.

EASTER GOODS AT GADSOX'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.

A W03IA2TS APPEAL APPEAL-To
To APPEAL-To all knowing sufferers of rheuma rheumatism,
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pains in the kidneys or neuralgia
pains, to write to her for a home treat treatment
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of these tortures. She feels it her duty
to send it to all sufferers free. You
cure yourself at home as thousands
will testify no change of climate be being
ing being necessary. This simple discovery
banishes uric acid from the blood,
loosens the stiffened joints, purifies
the blood, and brightens the eyes, giv giving
ing giving elasticity and tone to the whole
system. If the above interests you. for
proof address Mrs. M. Summers, Box
Ft, South Bend, Ind. 23.

WANTED To rent for two or three
months, a small wall tent, large enough
for two. Address Shake, care Star.

Check a bilious nali-sick feeling be before
fore before it gets serious. A dose of HER HER-BINE
BINE HER-BINE is the remedy. It restores en energy,
ergy, energy, appetite and cheerful spirits.
Price Gc. Sold by all druggists. Ad

For Safurday March 22, vc have? made
arrangements to supply everybody who
spends a dollar or more with us,
Two Larp, Hard Head Cabbage.
The cabbage will cost you nothing lust
bring or send us your grocery order, and
the cabbage will come with tthc goods.
The heaos are large and the cabbage
usually sell i:or ten to liltecii cents each.
You know our reputation. We have
the largest assortment ot
FANCY GROCERIES
in this part of the State, and our prices are
as low as you will find anywhere.
The Cabbage will be here. DON'T FAIL
TO GET YOURS.

M.o

Tea Foil

OCALA,

Phones 16-174

FLORIDA

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE

KKAJLi ESTATE
Town property. Improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real profit profit-bringing
bringing profit-bringing Investments.
Orange Groves .Jetaol etoal shrd
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange 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 DEPARTMENT
Agent for a dozer, 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. VV. DITTO

Phone 285

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

We carry over fifty differ different
ent different styles, and nearly as
many different price?.
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 if the different shapes and trimmings.
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We will take great pleasure in showing yon our
line of beds, and can certainly please you in this
department. I
Respectfully,
McIVER & McKAY
THE FURNITURE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS STORE

Call up Phone 300 and Let os Give an Estimate on Year

AND ELECTRICAL WORK!
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We Guarantee lo Save Yoa Money on Any Work in Onr Liner
I we employ none bat expert, we ere la poaltloa raaraa(r ev every
ery every pleee of VrorW we o"trart to (tta.d the InJtpertt of the mt
rlsia lnprtor. It t BOthlne to fret mmr figure, nmd yo are Ik.
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OCALA, FLORIDA

SUCCESS FURNITURE CO. NEW AND SECOND HAND FURNITURE

BOUGHT AXD SOLD, OR RENTED. STOVES OP ALL, KIXDS, TRCXKS, BAGS, RUGS,
'CURTAINS, QUEEXSWARE, ETC-JF I nATEXT GOT WHAT VOU WAXT I'LL GET IT-

A. M. BOBBITT, Mgr.,

No. 53 SOUTH MAI7T STREET
OCALA, FLORIDA.

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OGALA EVENING STAR

liittinger & Carroll Proprietors.
H. It. CarroU, lioslness Manager.

3. II. Benjamin, IkXItor.
Entered in the postofflce at Ocala.
Fla., as second class mall matter.

IXXOCEXT OFFICIALS

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

The following from the always
bright and concentrated Palatka News
la very apt.

They must have an innocent lot of

officials down in Palm Beach' county.

Not long ago Gov. Trammell, because
of numerous complaints regarding a

high-clas3 gambling house being run

at Palm Beach contrary to the sta statutes
tutes statutes made and provided, requested the

sheriff of the county to raid the place,
provided, of course, there was one.

The sheriff looked but couldn't find
any such place. And neither could he,
secure- any evidence of the existence
of such a place. Here la something the
sheriff might look up. To be sure It
is outside the jurisdiction of the Palm
Beach court, but It could be used as a
straw to indicate the direction of the
gambling Joint In case he ever be became
came became conscience stricken or needed
something to develop a graft. In an
interview In the Detroit Journal one
day last week, one Mr. Isaac Stearns
of 663 Second avenue, that city, said
of his visit to Palm Beach: "One day
out of curiosity I gtrayed into a
gambling place frequented by million millionaires,
aires, millionaires, and saw Payne "Whitney lose
111,000 in about an hour without turn turning
ing turning a hair. He saw 110,000 slip away
from him, but remained collected. Ev Everybody
erybody Everybody standing around was excited.
The man in charge of the bank was so
nervous that the proprietor put an another
other another in his place. Mr. Whitney
cooly turned to his secretary and said,
'Give me another thousand.' This he
lost In a minute. Then he lighted a
cigarette and left the room recogniz recognizing
ing recognizing that It was not his lucky day."
Perhaps it was Pastor Russell who in
a recent sermon to the Tampaites
quoted these word3: "Vice is a mon monster
ster monster of such frightful mien, that to be
hated needs but to be seen; but seen
too oft, familiar with its face, we first
endure, then pity, then embrace." If,

therefore, the Palm Beach officials
would carry out Governor Trammell's
order we would advise them to take

but one look. They can work better
when they really hate a thing like a

gambling Joint.

Baptist
Bunyan Stephens, Pastor.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning service. Sermon
by the pastor. Subject, "The Power of
the Resurrection."

3:30 p. m. Junior Union.
8. 4 5 p. m. Senior Union.
7:30 p. m. Evening service. Sermon
by the pastor. Subject, "Whom Do
Men Say that I Am."
A hearty welcome to all.
Presbyterian
(Pastor, Rev. W. H. Dodge, D. D.)
9:45 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a, m Preaching by Rev. C. F.
Benjamin of Alexandria Bay, N. Y.
Anthem, "Your Lord and King
Adore" T D. Williams.
3 p. m. Junior Missionary Society.

AMUSEMENTS

Five Brand Xfff Lleenwed Reel at tfce
- Temple Tonight
Do you want to spend a fine eve evening,
ning, evening, one of "reel" pleasure? Do you

want to see the best pictures, all of

them licensed (no Independents sand

wiched in)? Do you want to hear ex

cellent music, by real musicians? Do

you want to enjoy all these good
things in a real theater? If you do
the Temple theater is the place to come
tonight. Doors open at 6:30 and the

prices are 5 and 10 cents. Come early

as there are only 800 seats.

Six Reel Ideal Tonight
The popular little Ideal will show

six fine subjects tonight. Six reels

r:30 p.

m. Sermon by the pastor.

THE HOTEL. ALSIANA

A special from Bushnell to the
Times-Union says: The contest for a
name for the new brick hotel at this
place has ended and the award was
made yesterday. A comrrittee pro

nounced in favor of the "Hotel Al

slana." This was a name submitted
by Judge J. C. B. Koonce, of Bushnell,

and accordingly the prize -was award

ed to him. The name Is a combination

of the names, "Alice" and "Anna,1

names of ,the wives of the respective
owners of the, hotel. There were names
from, ten or twelve different states and
some of them very pretty. A quite

catchy name was one submitted by

Miss Cummlng, of Tampa, "Cutoma,"

being a combination of cuke and toma

to, and as the hotel Is located in the

Tieart of the cuke and tomato section

It was very appropriate. The hotel
will open for business about the first

of the month and It will be a credit to

all south Florida.

WORST IX YEARS

, Coming up out of the southwest
early Friday morning, just as spring

was ushered In, the storm swept with

startling suddenness Pennsylvania,
New York, bisecting the Mississippi
Valley and moving northeastward
across the Ohio 1o the Great Lakes
region. All the way from seventy to
a hundred lives were lost and the
damage to property will foot up in the

millions.

This Is an age of marvels, but for a

man who has lived a quarter of a cen

tury in Orlando, to get lost on a prom

inent highway five miles from the city,
and to get so bewildered that he turns
his auto square across the road not

knowing whether to go straight up

straight ahead, or round and round, is

one to be added to the seven wonders.

Yet a prominent citizen of Orlando did

this very thing and waited for a pas

serby to start him on the right path

Orlando Reporter-Star
That happens up this way some
times, but Marion Isn't a dry county.

The Tampa Times is hard at work

fighting the scheme to fasten commls

slon government on Its city. The Star
agrees with the Times. No matter
how bad government by the people
may be. It is better than government

by a ring, and a commission govern

ment is sure to become a ring, or a set

of rings.

Governor Park Trammell has sent

an official communication to President

Wilson urging the appointment of J.

Fred DeBerry of riant City for second

assistant postmaster general. Mr. De

Berry has returned from "Washington

and is keeping up his fight with great

vigor.

.acn democrat will try to secure
economy by cutting off some other

democrat's appropriation. Times
Union.

Well, now, that's bad. As the only
republican paper in the state, what
would you recommend as a practical

remedy for such a condition of affairs

News comes from Savannah that the

American Naval Stores Company will

probably reorganize. It might as well,

The impression prevails that It only

"busted" for effect anyway. And

didn't have the effect.

That article by Rev. J. B. Culpepper,

on the first page today, Is mighty

rough on some of the pet ideas of the
ladles. We are afraid to say how much

we agree with. It.

The weather clerk predicts a damp

chilly Easter. Here's hoping he I
lyins.

S A WED-OFF SOLOX
AGAIXST COIXTY

SALARIES

Legislator Light Advocates and Be Bell
ll Bell even In a Graduated
Fee Syntera
Reddick, Fla.. March 18, 1913.

Editor Tampa Times: Your letter
with a copy of Representative Tom Tom-lin's
lin's Tom-lin's fee bill to hand.
No, I do not intend introducing a
fee bilL Representative Tomlin of
your county and Representative Spen Spencer
cer Spencer of this county, will have bills.
I will do all I can to help pass a
graduated fee MIL
I am opposed to a salary bill for
county officials because the assessed

wealth of our counties ranges fromi
less than $1,000,000 to over $23,000,000,!

and to arrange a salary for county of-

V a n' o m oTi-iv iinlaf rAffa Anni.

Subject, "Resurrection and the Spirit Spiritual
ual Spiritual Llfge."

Anthem. "Hosanna" Ira B. Wilson.
A cordial Invitation extended to the

public.

Methodist
Rev. J. B. Ley, Pastor.
Bible school 9:30 a. m.
At 11 o'clock a beautiful Easter ser

vice. Sermon by the pastor. Subject,

After Death What?" Reception of

members. Fine music.

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

At 7:30 p. m., sermon. Subject,

Easter Reflections." Easter music.

Doors of church opened. Welcome all

Special notice: Church social planned

for this week postponed, as there are

several social gatherings on hand. See

later notices.

Christian
(W. H. Coleman, Minister.)
10 a. m. Sunday School.
3 p. m. Junior C. E.

11 a. m. Sermon, "Communing with

God."

7:30 p. m. Sermon, "The Easter

message.

Music by the orchestra.
Everybody welcome.
Junior Christian Endeavor Program
Topic, "Cornelius."
Text, Acts 10:1-4.
Whildon Gilmore, leader.
Song.
Prayer.
Bible lesson read by leader.
Chapter of Acts told by members.
What was Angel's Message to Corne

lius, Acts 10:1-6 Richard Elliott.

'Cornelius' Answer, Acts 10:7-8

Hugh Chace.

Peter's Vision, Acts 10:9-1(5 James

Gilmore.

The Messengers at Peter's House,
Acts 10:17-21 Robert Cowdrick.
The Message They Gave Peter, Acts

10:22-23 Elizabeth Wetherbee.

Peter at House of Cornelius, Acts 10:

24-29 Floyd Coleman.

What Cornelius Said to Peter, Acts

10:30-33 Clifton Sexton.

Peter's Reply, Acts 10:34-43 James

Chace.

The Surprised Jewish Brethren,

Acts 10:44-46 Loureen Spencer.

', The Command to Cornelius, Acts

10:47-48 Virginia Beckham.
Chalk talk Olive Whaley.
Lesson story, Richard and Bennie.
Sentence prayers.
Mission study Mrs. Thompson.
Roll call.
Easter self-denial offering.
Mizpah.

consisting of His Lordship the Valet, f13 to d lufice to aU officials In I

a screaming comedy by the Vitagraph
Co.; The God Within, a Biograph
drama of intense interest; On Dcno-

van's Division, one of Edison's great
railroad stories; Falling Leaves, a
beautiful little drama; Los Arnaquista,

a fine western picture, and The Eternal
Masculine, a funny comedy. Come early
and late as the Ideal has added plenty

.of chairs to accommodate the crowds.

TWO RESIDEXCES FOR SALE

Mr two residence properties on South
Third street are for sale. Half cash,
balance on time, or liberal discount for
all cash. Wish to get farther oat and
more room.. Houses are In best of
condition, with all modern con conveniences..
veniences.. conveniences.. Price and terms given on
application. It. It. Carroll.

A IIAXDY ARTICLE

MRS. J. S. WATERS

Levon, March 21. A shadow of sor

row overhangs our little town today,

and we regret to chronicle the death
of Mrs. J. S. Waters, one of our oldest

and. most beloved inhabitants.

Mrs. Waters had been sick for about
a week and It was only realized late
yesterday evening her condition was

dangerous. She passed the great be
yond at 6:30 a. m. today.

Her husband, Mr. J. S. Waters, has
been in feeble health for the past
three months and had only been In
Jacksonville about two weeks, where
his son, J. J.'Waters had taken him for

treatment.

Mclver & MacKay have the remains

in charge, and took the body to Ocala

where It will be prepared for ship
ment to Jacksonville.
The sorrowing family have the sym

pathy of the entire ne'ghborhood and

many are the heads that are today
bowed In grief of their .lost friend.

EASTER OF 1013

Its lesson for me is beautifully ex

plained in II. Cor. 16-18.

These daily cares which often seem

heavy to carry; the fatigue; and the

shortness of time to do what we wish

to do for Christ and each other all

will soon be over.

Easter brings the assurance that in

the life above there will be no more

"problems," no more walking by faith
and not by sight. The frailness of phys

ical life will be changed into perfect

health. There will be an eternity for
Traise, Love and Service.
Your C. E. friend,
Grace a. Townsend.
Interlachen, Florida.

One of the handiest articles that we
have seen on the market of late is the
neat and convenient set of scales that
the Marion Hardware Company is
selling. It is the official parcels post
scale and at a glance one can tell what

the package weighs, up to eleven

pounds, the maximum limit mailable,

and the amount of postage required to

send the package to a given distance

or zone. Every house that does mail

orde rbusiness should have one.

FOR RENT Furnished rooms in

modern home, for couple or two young
men. With board or without. Phone
378. 3-21-tf

Pickard's fine hand-painted china at

Burnett, the Jeweler's. Ad.

THIP

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Tuesday, March 25

tions is an impossibility.

"Do you like the Tomlin bill?"
No. Section 2 of the Tomlin bill
wants the forty-eight boards of coun county
ty county commissioners to get up a system

of bookkeeping for the county officials

to keep an account of fees received. I
want the comptroller and attorney attorney-general
general attorney-general to get up a uniform, simple
system of bookkeeping so that these
records can be uniform in style and
can be published in tabulated form if
necessary.
Don't like section 3. Believe that
when a county official is elected, gives
bond, etc., for the faithful discharge
of his duties, that official should be
complete boss of his job; should be
permitted to hire his own help; to fix
the amount of the salary of his help
and all outsiders hands off. Believe
as much machinery connected with a
bill like the Tomlin bill would destroy
all good in the bill.
Believe in good pajr for county of officers.
ficers. officers. Mr. Tomlin, how do you like the following:

"All officials getting $2,000 and less,

no discounts; all officials getting be
tween $2,000 and $3,000 having a dis

count of 10 per cent; between $3,100
and $4,000 and $5,000, a discount of 20
per cent; between $5,100 and $6,000 a

discount of 25 per cent; between-$6,100

and $8,000, a discount of 30 per cent;
between $8,100 and $10,000, a discount
of 35 per cent; all over $10,000 a dis discount
count discount of 40 per cent; to be paid Into
the county treasurer's hands at end of
each fiscal year. All officials to fur

nish their own help."

Let's cut out the county treasurer's
office by a constitutional amend amendment.
ment. amendment. Have county collectors both
collector and treasurer at a fee of no
more than 25 per cent of present cost
of treasurer added on the collector's
fees.
I don't know It all. Often I am in
the wrong. When I can't get things
my way I take next best.
I'll help pass the bill which in my
simple and crude judgment Is the
most practicable and will give best
results. Yours truly,
L S. Light.

Prices, 50c, 75c, $1 and $1.50. Seat
sale Thursday, March 20th, at Court
Pharmacy.

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MADERO WAS MURDERED

Colonel Manual Blanche Alcalde,
publisher of the New Era, a Mexico
City newspaper generally regarded as
the mouthpiece of the late President
Madero's administration, arrived in
San Francisco Friday with the asser assertion
tion assertion that he "is in a position to prove"
that Madero was shot to death and
that Vice President Juare was
strangled on the night of February 3,
in the palace and their bodies takn to
the prison in an automobile.
"The reported assault by the guard,"
said Alcalde, "was merely a farcical
ruse and a part of the plot. When
the automobile was fired upon guards
were only pouring lead Into the dead
bodies of the president and vice pres president,
ident, president, who were murdered in the pal palace
ace palace hours before."

Many sufferers from rheumatism
have been surprised and delighted with
the prompt relief afforded by applying
Chamberlain's Liniment. Not one case
of rheumatism In ten requires any In Internal
ternal Internal treatment whatever. This lini liniment
ment liniment is for sale by 11 dealers. Adv.

THAT
Is the quality or exceneence you are
GUARANTEED in every article you
purchase at this establishment.
Irrespective of Its value if It's $500
worth of 100 cents the value you ob obtain
tain obtain for your money is the maximum
obtainable anywhere In
GOLD JEWELRY OUT GLASS
SILVERWARE WATCHES
POTTERY CHINA
and other articles we sen.
You can trade with absolute safety
lere with the knowledge that you're
positively securing the best for your
money.
A. BURNETT

DR. D. M. B0NEY
OPTOMETRIST

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

Six reels, all fine pictures,
music, Ideal tonight. Ad v.

good

DR. W. It. I, AXE

Specialist Eye, Ear, Xose and Throat.
Office, Law Library BUg., Ocala. Ad.

WORLD'S ALMAXAC AT BALLARD'S

MAXUSCRIPT COVERS

An elegant line or lawyers manu manuscript
script manuscript covers. In any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
office. Ad.

BEST. FOR SKEV DISEASES

Nearly every skin disease yields
quickly and permanently to Bucklen's
Arnica Salve, and nothing Is better
for burns or bruises. Soothes and
heals. John Deye, of Gladwin, Mich.,
says, after suffering twelve years with
skin ailment and spending $400 in
doctors' bills, Bucklen's Arnica Salve
cured him. It will help you. Only
25c. Recommended by Tydings &
Company. Advertisement.

CREDITORS WILL UPHOLD
XAVAL STORES COMPAXY

Savannah, March 22. A commit committee
tee committee of five bankers, selected by the
creditors yesterday, will take over the
business of the American Naval Stores
Company and operate It as a going
concern. The meeting at which this
action was taken by the representa representatives
tives representatives of the sixty-odd banks, which are
the creditors of the company which
last Monday announced its suspension
for lack of funds to meet its demand.

AWFUL DISASTER IX ALABAMA
Mobile. Ala., March 22. Twenty Twenty-seven
seven Twenty-seven persons are dead and thirty-two
Injured, some so seriously that they
are expected to die as a r suit of the
cyclone which swept Lower Peachtree,
Ala., yesterday afternoon between 4
and 5 o'clock, according to a special
dispatch received here today. Seven Seventeen
teen Seventeen of the dead are white persons,
the others being negroes.

You judge a man not by what he
promises to do, but by what he has
done. That is the only true test.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Judged
by this standard has no superior. Peo People
ple People everywhere speak of It In the high highest
est highest terms of praise. For sale by 11
dealers. Adv.

PHYSICAL CULTURE EXHIBITION,
EASTER SALE AXD BABY 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
Fellowa hall, promises to be very In Interesting.
teresting. Interesting. The admission will be 10
cent seach night. All are cordially in invited
vited invited to come.
Miss N. H. Gantling, President.
Mrs. F. J. Alexander, Secretary.
Rev. J. B. Brown, Minister.

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 GOING OM A VACATION?

Vacation time is nearly, here; have you made arrangements for the safe
keeping of your valuables while you are away, such as bonds, deeds, insurance
policies, jewelery, silverware, and other articles of value?
We have up-to-date storage and safe deposit vaults; the charges are reason reasonable,
able, reasonable, and your valuables will be safe.

The MiiitFoe
OCALA

CEnasiuMflss Baulk
FLORIDA

J. F. JENKINS,

G. K. WILLIAMS,

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OCALA, FLORIDA.
General Building Com! Factors
Office and Warehouse on Osceola St., One Block northeast of Government Bldf.
PHONE 3S0.'
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN BUILDING CONSTRUCTION.
Hydrated Lime, No Waste, Cost of Slacking Eliminated.
Portland Cement, Fresh and Pure. Hard Plaster Direct from the Mill,
Brick, Full size and Plenty; Sewer Pipe and FittingsFirst Quality.

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New 1913 World's Almanac, Just re

celved; 35 cents at Ballard's News-J

stand. Adv.

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Did you know that you could buy first first-class;
class; first-class; made-to-order screens. in Ocala
for less, money and quicker delivery
than you can get from any other
screen house? You can
We Hake Ai Atolifdy fctt-
' i Class Sereei-
are making them now. Ask our satis satisfied
fied satisfied customers. We measure your
house and fit the screens whenever
desired. Not made in Jacksonville or
any other seaport, or inland town, but
MADE IN OCALA.

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St. James P. E. MlHslon Ctanren Eawteri
Serrle.
Morning: Prayer, Holy Communion j

and Sermon, 9:30 o'clock.
Sunday school, 3:00 o'clock.
Evening prayer and sermon, 7:30.
On Monday at nine o'clock there will
be an egg hunt and rolling with the
children at the lime-kiln.
Monday evening at the Odd Fellow's
Hall a physical culture exhibition.
Admission, 10 cents.
Easter Tuesday the Baby Show,
promises to be very interesting'.
You are cordially requested to come
out and help us make this Easter a
most pleasant one.
J. B. Erown,
Minister in Charge.

Beck's hard water soap, ten cent3
per cake. Court Pharmacy. -Adv.

SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
THE Dr. M'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL
AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
OCALTA, FLORIDA.
PftQXES Office, No. 333. Dr. McClane's Residence, No. 407.
Ofice Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block, Southwest Corner Public Square.

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Any honest father is anxious for his children's
future, yet sometimes forget that in the event of his
death their future miht be a BITTER one. We none
of us know just when we are going to be summoned.
Why not prepare for YOUR CHILDREN'S future by
having some money in the bank? Every fortune was
made by making the FIRST start. Why do you not
make your first start NOW and put some money into
our bank?
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We. Pay. 4 p-r cent ?r.!?rcst m Savings Accounts

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Icy-Hot bottles at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Ad.

Ray Anderson of L03 Angeles Is at
the Ocala House.

FOR SALE Indian Runner duck
eggs at per setting. Phone 68. 3-18-6

Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hill of
hassee are at the Ocala House.

Talla-

J. M. Jennette of Floral City is at
the Ocala House.

Clocks of all kinds and at all prices.
A. EL Burnett. Ad.

Six reel, all fine picture,
muMlc, Ideal tonight. Ailr.

good

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

Mr. and Mrs. I O. Emerich of Ha7el Ha7el-ton.
ton. Ha7el-ton. Pa., are at the Harrington.

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

J. F. Meredeth of Fort Myers was at
the Harrington last night.

R. H. Pratt of Lake Weir was at the
Ocala House last night.

WANTED Time clerk and stock
room man. Ocala Iron Works. 3 22 6t

The patients at the hospital are all
doing well. Mr. McQueen left for his
home today.

Season's latest styles and ladies' and
misses' ready to wear dresses at Rhein Rhein-auer's.
auer's. Rhein-auer's. Ad.

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

Rheinauer's is the place to find the
best makes and most popular prices of
ladies and children's shoes. Ad.

Palmer's toilet articles can be found
at the Court Pharmacy. Adv.

J. Mason Tison has returned from a
very enjoyable visit to Green Springs.
Gainesville Sun.

SIX ROOM COTTAGE FOR RENT
Apply to Mrs. R. D. Fuller. 1-5

W. M. Edwards, colored, an old res resident
ident resident and a prominent man of his
race, died this morning. The funeral
will be held tomorrow afternoon.

Rheinauer's gents' furnishings de department
partment department is showing the latest styles
in popular goods and prices. Ad.

Another party of Oklawaha tour tourists,
ists, tourists, eleven in number, stopped at the
Harrington last nigh, and went on
south this morning.

Thos. C. Coles, representing Rosen Rosen-thall
thall Rosen-thall & Sloan, the well known St. Louis
millinery house, was calling on the
trade in the city yesterday.

Mr. George Aldr'ch, who has been at
work in Orlando the last few weeks,
came up from that city jresterday for
a brief visit to his family and friends.
He says business is lively in Orlando.

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The friends of Rev. C. F. Benjamin
of Alexandria, Bay, New York, will be
glad to know that he is to preach in
the Presbyterian church at 11 a. m. to

morrow. Easter music at both services

in this church.

HELPIXG THE HOPlTAL.

Ocala. Fla.. March 21, 1913.
Editor Star: Through your columns
I wish to make public acknowledge acknowledgement
ment acknowledgement in behalf of our board of man managers
agers managers for the donations to the hospital:
On carload, of wood from the
Sumner Lumber Co., Zuber, Fla.
Fifty pounds of ice per day for tb4
past seven years by the Ocala Man Manufacturing
ufacturing Manufacturing Co. Yours truly.
T. T. Munroe, President

gem 81111 AFFAIRS

A CARD OF THANKS

To the many friends whose sympa sympathy
thy sympathy and kindness was shown for our
dear husband and father, during his
sickness and also at the tast sad rites,
we return our grateful thanks.
Mrs. Vm. Sinclair and family.

"THE RESURRECTION"

The Star will begin next week to
run a serial story of the beautiful
play, "Resurrection." which is written
by Louis Reeves Harrison, one of New
York City's foremost dramatists.
Mr. Harrison writes a beautiful story
of the play which ran for over a year
in New York, also a review of the
popular novel of the same name by
Count, Leo Tolstoy.
Press and pulpit all over the coun country
try country have endorsed this wonderful
book by Tolstoi. It is the intention of
the Star to run this story- in serial
form daily until the entire article Is
published and this great masterpiece
will appear in four parts at the Ideal
theater on Monday, March 31st, mat matinee
inee matinee and night.

The meeting at the Christian church
which has been postponed for about a
month Is to begin tomorrow at 11 a. m.,
and will continue next week with
meetings every evening at 7:30. Prof.
E. C. Cassity is here to help in tje
meetings and the music will be ggiod
and the members and pubPc are uried
to attend the whole series of meet meetings.
ings. meetings. "V

A number of our local autolsts com complain
plain complain of the jam of hacks and autos
that stand at the Harrington corner
of Fort King and Main during much
of the day, rendering passage thrftugh
that by no means wide thoroughfare
difficult and sometimes dangerous.
They also say there should be some
rule of the road established at that
crossing, for when two cars meet,
neither knows if the other is going to
turn or go straight anead, generally
causing both to stop.

HfffpllOB for HfT. and Mr. Strpbran

The Woman's Club presented a beau

tiful scene last evening between the

hours of 8 an0W o'clock, the occasion
being a receptiffh given by the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist congregariohyii honor of -it3 min minister.
ister. minister. Rev. Bunyan Stephens, Mrs.
Stephens and the new members who
have been added to the church since
Mr. Stephens" pastorate.
The club rooms are armirably ar arranged
ranged arranged for large entertainments and
last evening were exquisitely decorat decorated
ed decorated with quantitie s of flowers of
various hues, all of which made a
pretty background for the hundreds of
Baptists who called during the hours.
Informality was the keynote of the
evening and all who called lingered
long to enjoy the social pleasures of offered
fered offered by such an assemblage. Mr.
Stephens is extremely popular with
his congregation and his pretty and
charming young wife is his able as assistant.
sistant. assistant. They greeted most cordially
each of the guests who were in turn
introduced to the new members who
mingled informally among the crowd.
The Baptist orchestra furnished
music for the evening and the mem members
bers members of the choir sang several solos.
Refreshing Ice cold tea and many
kinds of sandwiches were served by
members of the Philathea and Baraca
organizations.
Assisting at this reception were Mrs.

Van Hood, Mrs. William Hocker, Mrs.

W. T. Gary. Mrs. A. J. Brigance, Mrs.
R. S. Hall, Mrs. W. A. Knight and

others.

Baxter Err Hunt at Mm. Moore'
' The primary teachers of the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist Sunday school, Mrs. Eugene Riv Rivers,
ers, Rivers, Mrs. Gorge Martin, Mrs. I F.
Blalock. Mr4. J. W. Kea, Mrs. J. B. Ley
and the secrtary, Miss Ernestine
Brooks, entertained their classes with

an Easter egg hunt this afternoon at

the home of Mrs. Rivers, mother, Mrs.

T. M. Moore, on Fort King avenue.

-Wtreff TnTTTotT had all arrived card

board eggs of different colors were
distributed and the two holding like

colors were partners for fhe many egg

games which were played on the spa spacious
cious spacious side and back lawns. To each
tot was given a cunning Easter rab rabbit
bit rabbit with some eggs to take home. The

teachers further added to the little
folks' happiness by serving orangeade
and cakes.
Sewing Party lor 31 Ins Oldfatfaer
Miss Gretchen Oldfather of Talatka
who is the guest of Miss Rosebud
Robinson, was the lovely honoree this
morning at an informal but thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly enjoyable sewing party given by

Miss Lois Ellis.

a nose spenamg tne morning were

Misses Oldfather, Fanny and Rosebud

Robinson, Mary Burford, Minnie Sto

vail, Anna McDowell, Rhoda LIddon,

Elizabeth Newsom and Mrs. Harvey

Clark

When the young ladies arrived with

their work bags, Miss Ellis invited

them to the side lawn'to- acozy nook

arranged beneath ,the: trees .with, rugs

and chairs. During the morning the

hostess served delicious grapefruit

salad with sandwichei.

Mlmm Sawtell Entertain for Visitor

Misses Ethel and Lola McClure of

coos' Shelbyville, Ky., wjio have been so

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lluuUiu41y feted srhcethelr arrival in

Ocala, were the HWprees last evening

Beck's hard water soap, ten cerits or a spend the jy&rit party given by

per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv. I Mlss Ophelia Sawtell at the home of

her parents, Capt. and Mrs. fv R.

Ladles, have your dresses, gloves fGQ68-The Tyles

and plumes dry cleaned by J. S. Crom-

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until you are too old to earn.
Start to-day a checking account.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK

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The Senior Epworth League of the
Methodist church will hold a silver tea
social on the lawn at Rev. Ley's home
Monday evening, 7:30 to 10 o'clock. Ev Everybody
erybody Everybody welcome.

Messrs. J. J. and Albert Gerlg, C. W.

Hunter and C. F. Benjamin went to
Gainesville yesterday to see the sec

ond ball game between Florida and

Mercer. They say it was a good game,

tho rather amateurish. Florida won

by 4 to 3, and won the day before by

11 to 5. Another game is being play played
ed played this afternoon.

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

SI reelM, all flue pictures,
niiiMle, Ideal tonlelitp-Ail v.

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We are showing a real
Snappy line of Men's
Furnishing Goods. .
Notice the Popular Brands You
will Find in Our Store:
E. & W. Shirts and Collars
These are Undoubtedly the Best Shirts and
Collars on the market. We have the shirts
in white and colors. Prices M CH 0 (TO
only j:vV 4H.UU & $L
The collars in all styles at 2 for 25c.
MAXIM MATS

The Snappiest Styles tor Men's Deads are shown
in this Popular Braad ot Hats. Each Oat is
Guaranteed to give pertect satisfaction or a

new Hat will be given in its place
Free. The price only

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er, phone 451.

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Pearl tooth brushes are sold at

Gerig's Drug Stores at 25e. and guar-

Temple theater anteed. Ad.

Last night at the

there were three packed houses and

the pictures couldn't be better. Alkali Beck's hard water soap, ten

Ike was greatly in evidence and as alper cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.

comedian he is hard to beat. Every

reel deserves special mention, and it Six reel, all line picture,

would not be fair to praise one alone. J music, Ideal tonight. Adv.

The music at the Temple is fine and
it would be hard to find a better place

to spend an evening.

Kood

WEATHER REPORT

A little girl, a mere baby, of Mr.
and Mrs. James Goin of Shady Grove,
had a most distressing accident yes yesterday
terday yesterday evening. Wiiile playing around

the house, she came to near a mule,
and received a kicF on the head from

the animal. The little "one was dread

fully hurt, and he parents and a phy

Partly cloudy, southwest wind.
Minimum, 63 degrees.
Maximum, 87 degrees.
Average, 63 degrees.
Traces of rain.

WEATHER FORECAST

is advant

ageously arranged for entertaining

and especially so for; a party like the

one last evening. .' .:

Miss Sawtell's guests included sev

eral of her special friends and after
supper a nqmber of young men joined
the merry party for the: evening, which

cents I was spent playing various games.

About 11 o'clock delicious refresh

ments were served.

Miss Rosebud Robinson of Ocala

spent Saturday and Sunday, In Palat-

ka as. a guest of Miss Gretchen Old Old-father.
father. Old-father. Palatka items in Times-Union.

Miss Oldfather is now the attractive

guest of Miss Robinson,

Mrs. M. E. Robinson, who has been

sick all week with lagrippe, is better

today.

Miss Sarah Pearl Martin, a student

at Washington Seminary, Atlanta, is

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"Where You Will Eventually Trade:'
WHY NOT NOW?

-Mostly ciouay witn rain tonignt or

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sician called out from Ocala worked Sunday, colder north portion tonighti spending ner isaier vacation with

all night trying Ao relieve her suffer- V class mate at Washington, Ga.

ings. The latest news from the injur- A tight feeling In the chest accom-1

fd rhilil'-a hedsi.l was that the little panied by a short, dry cough, indicates) Mrs. Thomas Sexton Is home from

one's., chances of recovery were fairly an inflamed condition in the lungs. Tola very delightful visit spent with her

sJsrood. relieve It buy tne dollar size BALr parents, .Mr. and .Mrs. Hat Harnett or

'1" ll.AP rvs TiriTfTT-TinTT VTt QVT?TTT- I rVt tnn Plant

The Ocala and Southwestern is a get with each bottle a free HER-1 "

mlsrhtv trood little railway. The road- KIClv'S HKD PEPPER POROUS PL.AS- k H. J. von Engelken. appointed as

bed and rolling stock are kept in good TER for the chest. The syrup relaxes special representative by the Southern

condition, and while it has no passen-the tightness and the plaster draws Commercial Congress and the national
ger cars, lots of peoDl&riie in and out out the inflammation. It is an ideal government to go to Europe to make a

of Ocala in it-freisrht caboose. The combination for curing colds settled

in the lungs

We have just received another -earioaa oi stocK. Tnif
car contained some exceptionally fine horses and mules,
selected in person, in the Atlanta markets by Mr. Tomp Tompkins.
kins. Tompkins. Call at the barns and look the drove over, while the
selection is largp, and pick out what you need.
The Animals are Guaranteed and the Prices and
Terms are Right Respectfully,

road is doing a fine business.

Mr. Harvey Cook, Mr. Sage's addi addi-ional
ional addi-ional assistant in the Western Union

office, was a messenger boy here five
years ago. Having mastered the key,

he has returned to Ocala as a full-

fledged and efficient operator.

Phone 117

Ocala, Fla.

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FLORIDA'S LARGEST Hi BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL

The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or

Sister to.

HOTEL OF THE STATF

RATES
AMERICAN PLAN $4.00 PER DAY AND UPWARD
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 PER DAY AND UPWARD

A. F. WILSON. Ass'i Hor. TuOS. M. WILSON, Prop, and Mgr

JACKSONVILLE FLA.

Gentlemen, have your suits, hats

and, neckties dry cleaned by one who

knows .how. J. S. Cromer, phone

451. 8-6-tf

Mr. Fred W. Cook, of Ocala, an "uti

fortunate peddler" for Armour & Co.,

was among the guests at the San Juan

last night. Mr. Cook sells lots of

goods in this territory and Is very

popular with the trades people. 19

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beans 25c

study or tne application of the co-

Sold by all druggists, ad (operative system to agricultural pur

suits, distribution and nnances appear

ed before the Florida Citrus Exchange

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3 C2nS Van tamp S SOUP ZDCIthe expenses of his trip. Two hundred

and fifty dollars was voted to him.

The total expense of the trip will be

" H0I!liny 25C r1,200 The 8tate legislature will be
""" 1 asked to reimburse the donors to the

MinCe Meat '-25C work. Tampa Tribune.

c . j Mr. von Engelken is a son of Dr.
bUnbeam Snnmp iaC and Mrs. von Engelken of this city.

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small flal Salmon. 35c ren Master cmr omneu and

ueatrice Moimes nave returned to
- 3uC CanavareL Mrs. Holmes was called to

Ocala last week by the critical illness
of her father, whose death occurred

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C. W. Smith of Ocala, one of Sheriff

Galloway's efficient deputies, was here

yesterday, being en route to I3ronson

to secure four state prisoners for Con

vict Recruiter Bridges. Mr. Smith has
been a deputy sheriff in Marlon county

for twenty years, and can relate many

incidents connected with the sheriffs

office. Gainesville Sun.

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" tall Salmon 30c

" Argo large Salmon 45c last m

" Ocean Gem fall ... 20c

Six reels, nil fine picture,

niualc, Ideal tonight. Adv.

good

t ou KK.NT Jt urnisned rooms m

modern home, for couple or two young

men. With board or without, Phone

375. 3-10-tf

Miss Susie Gates of Anthony has

been here the past week on a visit to

her uncle, J. N. Bone. Miss Gates'

many Gainesville friends are always

glad to welcome her. Gainesville Sun.

TRY OUR

HOTEL ASTOR COFFEE

SOMETHING FINE
40 ds. per Pound
LORD CALVERT
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound

For first class ntjtomoune service
by tbe trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geigcr. Ad.

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

sale by all dealers. Adv.

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PHONE 1C3

Miss Alma Glenn of Atlanta, who
was in Ocala for several weeks during

the early winter, is now in Tampa vis
lting relatives.

Mrs. W. D. Turnley came up from

Fort Meade yesterday to visit her
mother, Mrs. Fanny R. Gary and other

relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. M. J. lioess are home

from a trip to gt, Petersburg and

Tampa,

Messrs. Bruce Meffert and Ralph

Robinson will spend tomorrow in Pa

latka, making the trip in the former's

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Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Munroe left yes

ter&aiwii their auto for a trip to Or
lando and other points in South Flor

Ida. Thy will return about the middle

of next week.
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Mr. Goden TVylocks, who Is a gue.-rt

of Rev. and Mrs. Glass at Island Grove

came down this afternoon to atten

Easter services at Grace church. Mr.

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Mr3. J. G. Glas3, Misses Rainsfdr

and Eva Lee Glass, Mrs. Glass, Sr., 4nd
their guest. Miss DuDose, came doWn

from Island drove this afternoon an

Phoenix Guaranteed
Sox

$2.00

This line of Hosiery needs no introduction,
as we have been selling same for, the "past
two years and have hundreds of satisfied
customers. Four pairs are guaran- Kflrt
tppfl tn wpn'r fi months. Per nnir ftnlv uUu

ct us make your next suit of Cloth

es. We can and will Fit you or you
will not be asked to take the Suit
Our prices are right and we have
thousands of samples to select from.
Ks... $15.00 to $50.00

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arp eupsts of Mrs. F. T. Schreiber. miss.

DuRose is prominently identified w

he educational life of Fairmont school

for girls at Mount Eagle, Tenn., and Is
a woman of rare ability and charming

Dcrsonality. Her father. Dr. Duliose,

is a theologian well known throughout

the south.

Mews. Druce Meffert, Whit Palmer,

R. M. Curtis. Ralph and Phil Robinson
anA Dr. C. M. Izlar attended the en

tertainment at the Lake Weir Yacht

Club last night.

Miss Therese Xurney. wno has been

visiting her cousin, Mrs. Jack camp

for several weeks, will leave for her

lome in Suffolk. Va.t tomorrow morn

ing. Miss Nurney has mace manj
friends in Ocala who hope that she

will return next winter.

Mrs. Daniel Smith has returned to

her home in Lexington. Ky., after 31

visit to her stepfather, Mr. J. II. Mcfl

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Mr. R. C. Muncaster of Ocala Is In

the city on business, and is a gueet at
the Hotel Burbridge. Jacksonville

Metropolis.

Mrs. Charles W. Hunter and baby, of

Ocala, are enjoying a visit with the

former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. I

Maloney. Jacksonville Metropolis.

A pleasant party going to Lake

Weir yesterday and enjoying picnic
supper were Mrs. Violet Powers, Misses

Minnie Stovall, Beulah Hall, Mary Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, Messrs. Jim Rentz, D. S. Tuttle.
Clarence -Meffert and Dr. Clarence
Wiley of Baltimore, Md.

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Mrs. William Hocker, a prominent

resident of Ocala, will reach the city
in a short time to spend some time as
the guest of her niece, Mrs. W. H.
Jackson, Suburb Beautiful. Tampa
Times.

Mrs. E. H. Dickens. South Boalevard.

has had as her guests for several

days, Mrs. Mary Peabody of Sanford,
and Mrs. Walter Grlffeth of Sarasota.

Tampa Times.

Mrs. Peabody and Mrs. Griffeth are
mother -and sister to Messrs. Don and

Clifford Peabody.

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Miss StelEaleveland left yesterday

for Anthony where she will spend a

lew aays wttn Jiiss uoroiny iioweu.
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Miss Emma Nelson who has been the

taCuXy guestjaX. Miss Annie Atkinson
will return W-1lr home In Tampa to

morrow, aeeomafonied by her sister,
little Miss Elizabeth Nel.'on, who Is

the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Me

ond'sS

Clynionds. j Miss Nelson formerly lived

1 thhn Oca !flr and has many friends here

who always make her visits very
enjoyable.

Miss Ellie Tydings, who Is a mission missionary
ary missionary for the M. E. church. South, in
Mexico, delivered a most Interesting
and instructive lecture on mission
work in that country, at Trinity church
Sunday evening. Tallahassee True True-Democrat.
Democrat. True-Democrat. Deputy County Clerk Robert Sinclair
was called to his old home In Ocala
Wednesday by a telegram announcing
the death of his father which occurr occurred
ed occurred Wednesday. We Join his many
friends here In extending sympathy in
his bereavement. Fort Pierce News.
Mr. Sinclair returned to Fort Pierce
yesterday.
Mlss Willie Proctor ,a pretty young
lady of Eureka, on her way to Talla Talla-hasseoffo
hasseoffo Talla-hasseoffo enter the state female col college,
lege, college, isMh the city, the guest, of her
aunt, Mrs. Laura Wellhoner.
Mrs. H. A. Waterman returned today
from a visit to her parents In Jack-,
sonville.

Masters Robert and William Hall,

arrived this afternoon from Loretto,

where they attend SL Joseph's Acad Academy,
emy, Academy, for an Easter sit to their home

here.

The Baptist sewing circle will meet

Monday afternoon t 3 o'clock with

Mrs. Louis Home.

Miss Elizabeth Suber left this after

noon for a week end visit to Miss Stapp
at Oxford.

The Methodist Sunday school child

ren belonging to the classes of Mrs.
D. W. Tompkins and Miss Annie Pearl

Liddon are having a most pleasant

Easter egg hunt' out In the woods on
Oakridge this afternoon. About 35

children are enjoying the occasion.
Mrs. Tompkins and Miss Liddon have

the assistance of Mrs. G. Looney

and Mrs. W. K. Lane In giving their
charges a pleasant time.

Misses May Alice Bell and Es telle
Kemp, teacher and assistant teacher
of the second grade of the primary
school, gave an Easter egg hunt to
their pupils yesterday afternoon at the
children's park near Mr. Moorhead's
residence. Over sixty of the little
chaps were present, and 150 eggs were
hidden In various places in the park.
The storm drove the young ladies and
their charges to shelter before all the
games were finished, but not until the
children found all the eggs.



OCAJLA EVEKISG STAR, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1913

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F.Iade with different Baiting Powders
From a Series of Elaborate Chemical Tests:
An equal quantity of bread (biscuit) was made
with each of three different kinds of baking powder
cream of tartar, phosphate, and alum and submitted
separately to the action of the digestive fluid, each
for the same length of time.
The relative percentage of the food digested is
shown as follows:
Bread made with
Royal Cream of Tartar Powder:

100 Per Cent. Digested

Bread made with
phosphate powder:
1 68k Per Cent. Digested
Bread made with
alum powder:
67 Per Cent. Digested!
These tests, which are absolutely reliable and
unprejudiced, make plain a fact of great importance
to everyone : Food raised with Royal, a cream of
tartar Baking Powder, is shown to be entirely diges digestible,
tible, digestible, while the alum and phosphate powders are found
to largely retard the digestion of the food made from
them.
Undigested food is not only wasted food, but it
is the source of very many bodily ailments.

COTTON riiANT

Cotton Plant, March 19. Just now
we are having very unsettled weather,
Saturday being a very windy and dis disagreeable
agreeable disagreeable day.
Mr. C. R. Veal has recently Installed
a stock of groceries in his store. Any Anything
thing Anything in the grocery line can "be found
there.
Mr. A. W. "Woodward and son Harry
were business callers to the Brick
City Saturday.
D. M. Barco was a business caller
to Martel last Saturday
Mr. Carl Harris of York spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday in Cotton Plant.
Misses Helen and Rachel Veal left
last Wednesday for Ocala, where they
will attend the Ocala High School for
the remainder of the term. These
bright little girls will reside with their
aunt, Mrs. M. I Reynolds.
Master W. E. Veal. Jr., left Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday afternoon for Istachatta, hav having
ing having spent several days with his grand grandparents,
parents, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Barco.
Mrs. Robert Ferguson and daugh

ter, Mis3 Sarah of Oldtown, spent .last
Thursday with the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Weathers, coming
down to get her children, Call'e and
Malcolm, who have been attending
school here. These little folks will be
missed in our Sunday school as well
as community.
Young Mr. Tison and little sister of
Ray's still were very welcome addi additions
tions additions to our Sunday school last Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. We are glad to have these peo people
ple people in our midst and hope they will
attend regularly.
A negro lad was accidentally shot
and seriously wounded here last Sat

urday, while rabbit hunting with his
brother, who had the gun and in some

manner discharged it. His left arm
was almost severed from h's body just

below the shoulder joint.

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

pended upon. Try it. Sold by all

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WILSON

The Story of His Life
From the Cradle to
the White House

By WILLIAM BAYARD HALE
Copyright. 1911. 1912, by Doubleday. Page
& Co.

CHAPTER VI!.
Princeton's New President.

HE presidency of Princeton
university is a position of dig dignity
nity dignity and consideration. Th
long line of men, reaching

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back 1G0 years, who had filled it were
each In hia time among the most dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished divines and scholars of the
land. By a sort of instinct or chance
Princeton had gravitated toward the
aristocratic. Latterly the university
had come to be known as "the most
charming country club in America."
Its retiring head had avowed it impos impossible
sible impossible that it should be other than a col college
lege college for rich men's sons.
Whatever may have been expected
of him. it was impossible for the new

president, who, by the way. was the
first layman to occupy the chair, to
fall into the easeful tradition of the

office. It was Impossible for him mere
ly to Institute a few necessary reforms
and let things go on much as before

He had scarcely been inaugurated
when everybody became aware that

for good or III. the judgment day had

dawned over the quiet campus and the

ivied halls. There was to be no lack
of initiative, no tearfulness and trem

bling before novel proposals, no shirk

ing of responsibility, no failure of

nerve.

There was no undue precipitancy.

President Wilson spent a year study

ing conditions he already knew them

pretty well from his new vantage

point He did not, however, feel any
necessity of awaiting the lapse of a

year before undertaking to bring the

scholarship and the discipline of the

school up to what they already were on

paper. Students who failed to pass

their examinations were dropped, rich

or poor, with or without social "pull

Work was absolutely demanded.

There was. of course, an immense

sensation when the Princeton students

found that from that day forth 'they

must go to work. Work had not been

a Princeton tradition. The reverbera

tions of Indignation rolled through .the

skies for several years untn there
came in a new body of students, pre

pared and billing to live up to the new

standards.
During that first year also a com

mittee on revision of the course of

study was appointed to report the fol

lowing year.

If Princeton was to be a place or

work it was to be fruitful work, work

worth doing, worth taking four years

out of a young man's life to do. It

was to be, above all, as President Wil-

gon saw it and continually phrased it
work that would fit a young man to
serve his country better.
He even went so far as to say that
he wanted the university to make its
graduates henceforth as unlike their
fathers as possible by which, of
course, he meant that fathers, being
settled in their opinions and In rever rever-erence
erence rever-erence for what Is established, have a
part to play different from that of
sons, who particularly must sympa sympathize
thize sympathize with the recreative and reforma reformative
tive reformative processes of life and society. That
saying blanched the cheek of many an
elderly Princetonian; it was spoken in
an understanding of the necessity ot
opening college doors to the new facts
which modern science has added to
the store of human knowledge; spoken
also in appreciation of the new social
conscience tbit has been born In the
world, though it is slow in corning to
the birth In colleges.
If it had fallen to President Eliot of
Harvard to proclaim the new age in
which the old educational ideas had
ceased to suffice. Princeton, under the
presidency of Wilson, now took up the
completing work of positively con constructing
structing constructing a system which should con contain
tain contain the new ideas, the new subjects,
and not only contain them, but organ organize
ize organize them, co-ordinate them, put th?m
Into proper sequence and relation.
President Wilson's committee aftei
months of labor, the freed and en
thusiastic labor of eager men. promul promulgated
gated promulgated a revised, or, rather, new. sys system
tem system of collegiate study. It was the
first positive attempt made to bring
the new college education into intelli intelligent
gent intelligent and systematic relationship as a
body of discipline. All interested in
education know of the revolution
wrought by the "department system"
that has ever since prevailed at Prince

ton. While it offered the widest scape

for the "election" of studies, it prac
tically assured that the studies "elect

ed" should lead to one settled purpose

that Is, It Intelligently co-ordinated a

student's work. It turned him out of

college not with a smattering of a

thousand subjects, but with a pretty
thorough training In some one broad
group of subjects.

President Wilson is entitled to the

credit of presiding over this revision.

It was a first evidence and result of
that principle of Wilson's mind which

demands co-ordination and right rela

tionship, and It was the first step to

ward the transformation of Princeton

Into a university for the people.

President Wilsons next step was to

committ Princeton to the revolution
that has come about with the adoption

of the preceptorial system. It was his
idea that the university had grown too
large longer to train its students mere

ly through lectures and examinations

There was no provision for the stu students
dents students outside of the classrooms. What
they did elsewhere, where they lived,
what they talked about, 'Vith whom

they associated, what books they read.

wuat laeass or sire were neia up oerore
them with all these the university in
the days before had had nothing to do do-Fiftcen
Fiftcen do-Fiftcen hoMis a week in lecture rooms
reprvstated the only opportunity pos possessed
sessed possessed by the faculty to "educate" the
men. Ail this, said the president must
be changed. These young men must
not be turned out Into the street to go
and come without direction, without
pro;er ooinpanicn-ship, without Inspira Inspiration,
tion, Inspiration, during the other 150 hours of the
week. His idea was to put the stu students
dents students more intimately into association
with a iHxiy of young instructors who
were to afford the imdergrnds friendly
con:p?inionship and oversight. Formal
recitations were iargely abolished.
Men .studied subjects: they did not
merely "take courses."
The cost of the preceptorial system
was very great, approximately $100, $100,-000
000 $100,-000 a year. It was determined to
raise at least a part of this by sub subscriptions
scriptions subscriptions from the alumni Possibly
this determination was a practical er error,
ror, error, for it gave the alumni an influ influence
ence influence and voice in the management of
the university: especially It gave them
a degree of control over the teaching
system which has not thus far been
particularly -happy iu its results.
The preceptorial system was estab estab-dshed
dshed estab-dshed and became a distinctive feature
of Princeton life in convection with
the new curriciM!!i it worked call it
a miracle and yosi rse none tea strong
a word It created a tfow Princeton
The minds of .inmitrtHls ot students
Were enuitcii .::! nnd sj iuitihileil: the
place pulsated with a new sort of
simultaneity ami zet
Pnn etoj n;m ersity. vfiin. (vi;?p
the last pres!'! -! t nii'cfl was in such
a case that act-ordirm to a trustee of
the day. its career "tlireateiie-l to end
in it virt;.;.i extinction as an impor
taut eii:t"iTiM.u inhueoce iu America
was j!ttm t !:' !. nrjri attention
of the country' It natt a constructive
proiram nad eater an a har harmonious
monious harmonious faciMt.t. a f it had at feast
an acquiescent !m.;nl of trustees
Alas, that the fmrlier steps in that
program, the further ends to which
the leader s c:enr vision and firm pur
pose looked, meant democracy. Aas.
that the educational revolution could
not have proceeded without laying its
irreverent hand n what the spirit of
old Princeton recognized as the sacred
aik of social privilege. Alas., that It
showed so much more concern for
manhood than for money.

(Continued Monday)
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Miss Opal Blitch and Mr. Gary Beck
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pickles, saltines and punch. Miss

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Mr. Alex Moorehead, of Ocala spent
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As is required by law, the state and
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the unpleasantness of the unavoidable
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Also remember that the taxes are 40
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Creditors, legatees, distributees and
all persons having claims or demands

against tne estate oi wuuam Anuer Anuer-t
t Anuer-t Ooala. Florida, are called

upon to present them within two years

irom mis aaie 10 me uuuersisueu.
Ocala, Fla.. Dec 31st. 1912.
Rebecca W. Anderson, -Executrix
of the Will of William Ajx
derson. Deceased.
3-10-17-24-31 7-14-21-28
NOTICE
Of Final Settlement and Dfscbars'

Notice is hereby given that on the

5th day of July. A. V. 1913. the under

signed will present my accounts ai".

voucners to the juage or proDate m
and for Marion county, Florida, at his
of flee in Ocala. and will make my

nnal settlement and will apply for dis discharge.
charge. discharge. This 3rd day of January, A. D. 1913.
D. A. Smith,

As Administrator of the Estate of A.

L. Barber.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Notice is hereby given to all cred

itors. legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de demands
mands demands against the estate of Selwyn E.

Rowe. deceased, to present said claims
duly proven to the undersigned within
two years from the date of the first

publication or this notice, to-wit: ?ep
tember 20th. 1912. Mary EL Bogie.

Administratrix of the- Estate of Selwyn

E. Jiowe, Deceased.

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NOTICE OF APPLICATION

FOR LETTERS PATENT

Notice Is hereby siven that the un

dersigned, four weeks after publica

tion or this notice, in accordance with

the statutes of the state of Florida

orernintr 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.
II. C Jones.
J. 1L Compton.

Copy of Proposed Charter
We. the undersigned, hereby asso

ciate ourselves together for the pur purpose
pose purpose of becoming incorporated under

the laws or tne state or .norida. ap

plicable to corporations for profit.

AUTJULK 1 .AMC
The name of this corporation shall

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be the Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works,
and its principal place of business snail
be at Ocala, Florida, but it may estab establish
lish establish branch offices and businesses in
any other place or places which Its
board of directors may direct, either
in this state or in other states.
AKTIGLE 2. BUSINESS
The general nature or 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 coca-cola,
cola, 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
an sell all manner and kinds of per personal
sonal personal property, to lend and borrow
money in the transaction of such busi business,
ness, business, to accept aad give mortgages and
other securities.no buy and sell real
estate, and to hold, use and enjoy same
for any purpose for which such real
estate may be adapted; to manage,
control and improve any real estate
which the corporation may acquire, to
do any and ail things necessary and
requisite for the carrying out of the
foregoing purposes.
ARTICLE 3. CAPITAL, STOCK
The amount of capital stock of this
corporation shall be $20,000. to be di divided
vided divided into 200 shares of stock at a par
Value of $100 per share, any or all of
which capital stock shall be payable in
property or services at a Just valuation
to be fixed by the directors of the cor corporation.
poration. corporation. ARTICLE 4. TERM
The term for which this corporation
shall exist is ninety-nine years.

AK11UUS 0. UflJlUKlta
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
1S13, and annually thereafter. Any
two of the above offices may be held
by one person, and each officer shall
be an ex-offlcio member of the board
of directors.
The following named officers shall
conduct the business of this corpora corporation
tion corporation until those elected at the first
meeting shall qualify, namely; Presi President.
dent. President. George McGahagin; vice presi president
dent president and treasurer, II. C. Jones; secre secretary
tary secretary and manager, lJ. 11. Compton. A'
directorate shall consist of the above

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 r.amp and nlacs of residence.

together with the amount of capital
setock subscribed by each subscriber,
are: George McGahagin, fifty shares;
II. C. Jorjes. fifty shares; J. II. Comp Compton.
ton. Compton. fifty shares.
George McGahagin.
II. C. Jones.
J. II. Compton.
Ftate of Florida,
County of Marion.
Before me the undersigned officer,
personally appeared George McGaha McGahagin
gin McGahagin and 11. C. Jones, to me well known
to be the individuals described in and
who executed the foregoing proposed
charter of the Ocala Bottling Works,

wno severally acKnowieagea to me
that they signal thlr names to the
proposed charter for the use and pur purposes
poses purposes therein expressed.
In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and seal this 15th day of
February, 1913. Bradford Williams.
(Notary Seal) Notary Public.
My commission expires June 13, I9H.
State of Florida.
County of Marion.
Before me the undersigned officer,
personally appeared J. II. Compton. to
me well known to be the individual
described in and who executed the
foregoing proposed charter of th
Ocala Bottling Works, and acknowl acknowledged
edged acknowledged to me that he signed his name to
the proposed charter for the use snd
purposes therein expressed.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
srt my band and seal this 20th day of
February. 1913. W. H. Burdick.
(Notary Seal) Notary Public
My commission expires September 14.
1918.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Notice is hereby given to all credit creditors,
ors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all other
persons having claims and demands
against the estate of Albert L. Barber,
deceased, to present said claims duly
proven to the undersigned within one
year from the date of the first publica publication
tion publication of this notice, to-wit: January
30th, 1912. D. A. Smith.
As Administrator Estate of Albert I
Barber, Deceased.
Ocala. Florida. Jan. 30. 1111.