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OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1913
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PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
OFFICES OVER TIIF.
DR. L. F. DLALOCK
'Phone 211 Ocala, Ha.
J. L GHAGE
Kooms i), 10 ami 11, Second Floor.
II oliler Iilck.
MV1VER"& MAG KAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Rchss
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til Work Done by Licensed Km Km-ha
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E. Melver 104
V. Roberts 30t
Undertaking Office 4?
We have now' put on straight
meals, three meals a day for
25 CtS. a meal, Goq(l enOUgh
for any one, nice enough for
the most particular.
SHOar ORDERS OF ANY HIND
v AND PREPAIRED IN
FIRST CLASS STYLE
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Untitling, West Side of Square
Will Lec, Prop.
Chinese and American Cooking
All Food will be well Pre Prepared
pared Prepared by a Chinaman
who Knows How.
Regular Meals, 25c and Up.
Located In Xew Iliilldlnj? Be Between
tween Between IIurNt & Garner and
Burnett's Tailoring Establish Establishment.
ment. Establishment. SUCCESS FURNITURE
FAVORS ill fl
CoiigrrKNniaii Franel Itarton Harrliton
Itepreent tbe Interest
of the Dasoew
Washington. March 23. Itadical
cut in the duties on cit.-us fruits, and
especially upon lemons, are planned
by the ways and means committee of
the House despite the vigorous pro protest
test protest of domestic growers and shippers
that the industry will be practically
ruined by the removal of present
The present, tenor of the committee
and the' House is believed to be such
that members of the citrus states are
now preparing to center their fight on
the Senate where it is proposed a com compromise
promise compromise rate may be obtained which
will preserve to some degree the home
growers of oranges, lemons, grape grapefruit
fruit grapefruit and grapes.
Present indications are that the
ways and means committee will cut in
half the duty on oranges and that
lemons will go on the free list. If
any duty on lemons is retained it prob probably
ably probably will be only one-third cents per
pound anti the Senate probably will
have to bring this about.
A member of Congress who is In
touch with the situation said today
that he had received reliable reports
that Francis Burton Harrison has won
his fight for free lemons and that the
duty on oranges would be slashed In
half. The ardical revisionists are in
control of the ways and means com committee
mittee committee and are fighting desperately to
free list all articles which go into the
The ways and means committee was
impressed with the showing made by
William C. Temple, of Tampa, who ap
peared in behalt of the Florida Citrus
Exchange, and who detailed at length
why the duty on oranges should be
preserved. During the examination of
Mr. Temple, Chairman Underwood and
members of the ways and means com
mittee frequently referred to a "com
petitive duty? on citrus fruits. Mr.
Underwood Indicated his belief that a
considerable reduction in duties on cit citrus
rus citrus fruits would increase the impor importations
tations importations and would therefore add to the
revenues of the country. Mr. Temple
took the opposite view, holding that
"you could not get a revenue from
citrus fruits, until you had bankrupted
the citrus industry in America, be
cause we are producing more man tne
Mr. Temple pointed out that ''you
eannot permit the outside fruit to
come in without bankrupting ub be-
causc we will nave to go flown ana
meet the price of the outsiders, even
at a dead loss so long af. we can do so,
because you cannot store our stuff."
Harrlaon the XenteMln
Representative Francis Burton Har Harrison
rison Harrison of New York, is qualifying as
the Nemesis of the citrus fruit grow growers.
ers. growers. Mr. Harrison comes from a dis district
trict district largely populated by Italian and
Greek fruit merchants, and their de demands
mands demands are loud that lemons shall en enter
ter enter duty free. In a comparative de degree
gree degree Mr. Harrison Is also urging
drastic cuts on other citrus fruits.
Evinston, March 19. Mr. E. E. JoHy
of Jacksonville, who spent last week
with his daughter. Mrs. J. W, phettle
worth, returned to his home Monday
accompanied by Mrs. Shettleworth.
Mr. IT. D. Wood attended the state
meeting of the Woodmen in Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee last week and Mr. A, E, Miller
attended the state meeting of the K.
of P. at Kissimmee. Both report good
Mrs. Huggins of Jacksonville spent
a few days last week with her sister,
Mrs. C. J. Grace.
Hev. G. S. Henderson preached here
Sunday morning and evening to inter
Mr. Harry Wood, who came home
last week from the university at
Gainesville on account of illness, re returned
turned returned last Monday much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Collins and their
srm'sts. Mrs. Broome and Mr. J. W.
! Collins and Mr. and Mrs. Whltesldea
tral last Wednesday. Mrs. Broome left
Friday for her home in Waxsaw. N. C.
Mr. J. W. Collins left Sunday to visit
his son, Mr. Ed Collins and family at
Several of our young people enjoyfsd
a picnic and fish fry at Lake Simonton
Mr. Raleigh Moss of North Carolina,
who has been spending the winter
with his cousin, Mr. P. K. Richardson,
left last week for Worthington Springs.
LOOKOUT FOB YOUll TAXES
As is required by law, the state and
county tax books will close the last
day of March. Do not put It off until
the last minute, ray at once and avoid
the unpleasantness of the unavoidable
rush that we always have at that
Also remember that the taxe3 are 40
cents higher on each assessed 1100
valuation over last year. And when you
come be sure and bring a correct de description
scription description of the property on which you
wish to pay 1912 taxes.
I have tried to make these few re requests
quests requests plain and you will ont only
facilitate the working of this office to
heed them, but we can give you more
speedy and efficient service.
W. I Colbert, Tax Collector.
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quickly and permanently to Bucklen's
Arnica Salve, and nothing Is better
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skin ailment and spending $400 in
doctors' bills, Bucklen's Arnica Salve
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ALABAMA'S GOOD EXAMPLE
Two White Men Huns for Mnrrier uf
Birmingham. March 22. Arthur
Jones and William Watson were hang-
CO. NEW AND SECOND HAND FURNITURE
ed here yestc-rday for the murder of
John Holland, a negro. Both are
white men and admitted the killing.
It is the first time in the history of the
county that a white man has been
hanged for killing a negro.
iUlil I IIS
Egypt First Pharoah, Dead Six Thon Thon-nantl
nantl Thon-nantl Vearw, Found in the Heart
of the Sphinx
London, March 23. To Frof. George
Andrew Reisner, a native of Indiana
and Egyptologist of Harvard Univer University,
sity, University, belongs the honor of solving the
riddle of the Sphinx according to the
Cairo correspondent of the Westmin Westminster
ster Westminster Gazette. That journal says that
Reisner succeeded in removing the ac accumulated
cumulated accumulated sand of sixty centuries
from the interior of the head and has
gained entrance, through the neck, to
a temple that runs the whole length of
the gigantic body, measuring 120 feet.
In this temple Is a pyramid which
forms the tomb of Menes, the first
Phafbah. and is supposed to contain
his mummified body.
PON'CE I)E LEON PROGRAM
Great Celebration In St. Auguatlne
In Which All Florldlans
(St. Augustine Record)
Official announcement of the com complete
plete complete program for the Tonce de Leon
celebration was made hy Chairman A.
W. Corbett, of the executive commit committee
tee committee of the celebration, this morning.
The program in full is as follows:
Monday, March 31
Forenoon Speed boat races on the
Afternoon Speed boat races on the
Evening, 7:30 o'clock Address
welcome by Mayor Webb.
Evening Concert in the plaza.
TueMday, April 1
9 a. m. Salute at state arsenal
honor of Ponce de Leon, first governor
11 a. m. Landing of Ponce de Leon.
Meeting with Indians. Parade.
Afternoon Baseball at fort reseFr
Night Bimini ball at casino at Al Alcazar.
cazar. Alcazar. Concert in plaza.
Wednesday, April 2
9 a. m. Salute in honor of arrival
10 a. m. Arrival of Menendez. Bat Battle
tle Battle with Indians. Founding of City of
St. Augustine. Parade.
Afternoon Speed boat races on bay.
Afternoon Capture and escape of
Osceola at Fort Marion.
Afternoon Dress parade, by K. M. I.
Night Indian attack on white set settlement.
tlement. settlement. Massacre of settlers.
Night Oglethorpe's attack on Fort
Night Concert at fort reservation.
Thursday, April 9
10 a. m. Change of flags Span Spaniards
iards Spaniards wresting land from Indians,
French and Spanish conference, set
tling division of territory. Surrender
of city by Spaniards to English. Eng English
lish English eede city back to Spaniards. Span Spaniards
iards Spaniards cede city to Americans.
Afternoon Baseball at fort reser reservation.
vation. reservation. Afternoon -Paring feats of horse horsemanship
manship horsemanship by Indians and cowboys at
Night Fireworks at fort, commenc
ing at 7:30 o'clock.
Night Concert at fort reservation
Friday. April 4
10 a. m. Assembling of all forces
at fort reservation. Grand historical,
agricultural and commercial parade.
Forenoon Speed boat races.
Afternoon Speed boat races.
Afternoon Dress parade at fort
Night Venetian Night Illuminated
launch parade on the bay.
With the largest vote ever given a
candidate for Tonce de Leon Amos W.
Corbett, the well known grocer, was
elected when the polls finally closed,
yesterday at noon to impersonate the
great Spanish explorer,
Manuel Arango was elected to im impersonate
personate impersonate Pedro Menendez de Avilles.
the founder of St. Augustine.
State of Ohio, City or Toledo,
Lucas County, bs.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
Is snior 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 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 presei.ee, this 6th day of De December.
cember. December. A. JS. 18S6. A. W. Gleason,
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure 13 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.
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Sound gentle mare, cheap for cash.
Apply to D. NIel Ferguson, Ocala,
The Texas Wonder cures kidney and
bladder trouble. removing gravel.
cures diabetes, waak and lame backs.
rheumatism and all Irregularities 6f
the kidneys and bladder in both men
and women. Regulates bladder trou
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perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
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Hall. 209 Olive street. St. Louis. Mo.
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An elegant line of rings. Bracelets
and pins at Burnett's. Ad.
Sensible and Patriotic Seatlnient Ex Ex-preMtted
preMtted Ex-preMtted by South Carolina's
Columbia, S. C. March 23. Senator
Tillman of South Carolina says he is
not "brooding" over Senator Martin's
election to the chairmanship of 'the
"I am not unhappy about it," said
the senator. "Perhaps is was a special
providence to keep me from killing
myself at work for the success of the
Woodrow Wilson administration."
"What puzzles me," the senator said,
"is how Martin jumped over by head
to become a progressive and if he was
not progressive enough to be made
chairman of the caucus why he should
have been made chairman of the ap appropriations
propriations appropriations committee."
Then, as if to discuss that thought,
' "But I more earnestly desire Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's success as president and the
realization of the hopes of the country,
than anything for myself. My name
in history is made; my fame is secure.
"If anybody thinks the upheaval in
politics last November was brought
about by the people solely to turn out
This magnificent new shop is
now opon for business The
best equipped shop in the city.
Through sanitary, modern in
every respect. Hot and Cold
"First Class Workmen"
V. C. DETTERICfl, Prop.
Harrington Hall Hotel
Roll Top DesK... $22.00
$7.00 Typewriter Chair 4.00
One Vudor A'eranda 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 K.vtensjon fining Tables
from $3 to $11,00. Worth double.
Many other Dargams, coo.
Back or Marcus iTauk's
WHITE STAR LINE
TRANSFER and STORAGE CO.
Shipping and Storage of Bag
gage, Household Furniture,
Pianos and Safes.
FIREPROOF STORAGE BUILBIXG
Agents for Beaver Board
E. Broadway Ocala, F!a
DR. D. M. BONEY
Optometry Office and Laboratory
9 to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2-6 Gary Building. Ocala, Fla
Is th Quality or exceiieence you are
GUARANTEED in every arilcle you
purchase at this establlsr ment.
Irrespective of its value if Its JoCC
worth of 100 cents the value you ob
tain for your money is the maximum
and other articles we sen.
You can trade wltn a-Dsoiate safety
lere with the knowledge that you're
positively securing the best for your
A. E. BURNETT
BOUGIIT .VXD SOLD, OP. RESTED. STOVES OP ALL KIXDS, TRCXKS, BAGS,
CURTAINS, QUEEXSWAJIE, ETC. IP I .HAVEN'T GOT WHAT YOU WANT I'LL
republicans and put in office hunry
democrats they are damn badly mis mistaken.
taken. mistaken. Only when a democrat is effi efficient
cient efficient or can soon become so, should
a republican be turned out to make
room for an appointment.
"I believe there are enough demo democrats
crats democrats to fill the offices and they ought
to have them as soon as we are cer certain
tain certain we have the right man for the
place, but it is unwise as well as un unpatriotic
patriotic unpatriotic to turn efficient and honest
republicans out just to turn green and
hungry democrats in. The first care
should be for efficiency of government,
and I hope and believe that will be
President Wilson's policy."
GOOD IDEAS OP THE GOVERNOR
Mr. Trammell Recommend Librarian
for Public School and Several Other
"Veedcil Improvement In Public Af Affair.
fair. Affair. Tallahassee, March 21. Governor
Park Trammell yesterday gave out. for
the information of the public and of
the members of the legislature, the
following recommendations, which he
will make in his message to the legis
lature, which convenes in Tallahassee
April 8th, As previously announced, the
governor will, from time to time, give
cut various portions of his recommen recommendations
dations recommendations in advance of the meetinar of
the legislature, so that they may De
discussed by the people of the state
and that the members of the legisla legislature
ture legislature may have the benefit of the public
sentiment, regarding the various rec recommendations.
ommendations. recommendations. Libraries far Public School
"That the school youth of the state
may have easy access to good books
and proper reading matter is deemed
highly important. With a carefully
selected library in the public schools
suitable for the respective grades, the
boys and girls would be inclined to
cultivate a taste for reading the right
kind of literature and their attention
diverted from trashy reading, to which
they are too often attracted when th
better class of books is not available.
"I would therefore recommend a law
making it the duty of the county board
of public instruction in eacl county to
provide for circulating school libraries
to contain not less than fifty volumes
each, the number of libraries to be not
less than one to every ten schools, and
to provide for the care of the libraries
and their exchange from one school to
another. The supervision of the li libraries
braries libraries and the details of the circula circulation
tion circulation of the same, and the system and
rules for use thereof might very prop properly
erly properly be made the duty of the county
superintendent of public instruction.
"These libraries would cost each
county but very little. The initial and
maintenance expense would be but a
trifle compared with the great good
which they would accomplish."
Authority to Parole Prisoner
"The board of commissioners of state
institutions should be given authority
to grant parole to prisoners either
upon bond made payable to the gov governor,
ernor, governor, or without bond when deemed
advisable, and I recommend a measure,
granting such authority."
Authorize Governor to Appoint Officer
With Authority Coordinate' with,
that of Sheriff
"The governor, when he deems it ad
visable in having investigation made
of alleged law violations, should have
aumoruy q appoint one or more spe special
cial special law officers for such purpose, with
authority to exercise all the powers of
a sheriff in criminal matters, the said
officer to have such a.uthor"ty through
out the state. I suggest the passage of
a law so providing."
Authorise the Governor to Reduce Tax
"While your honorable body fixes the
millage to be levied for general rev revenue,
enue, revenue, pensions and the board of health,
the governor should be given author authority
ity authority to reduce the millage so fixed, if in
his opinion a lower rate of millage will
be sufficient to provide the funds re required;
quired; required; therefore,-1 recommend the en enactment
actment enactment of a law granting such author authority
ity authority to the governor,"
Amend Law Relative to Notice Sale of
'The present law, being Chapter 6160
of the Acts of 1911, requiring the pub publication
lication publication of notice of proposed sas of
tate lands requires that Said notice be
published in a newspaper In the county
in whieh the land is located and also
in a newspaper in Tallahassee. There
is no reason for having these notices
published in Tallahassee: and, that the
state may save this expense, I recom recommend
mend recommend that the law be amended so as to
require notice only in the county where
land is located."
Circulate State Report Prior to Con
vening of the Legislature
Under the present system, the bi
ennial reports of the state officers are
not distributed among the legislators
until after the legislature is in session.
Not reaching them until this time they
have but little opportunity to study
the reports and consider the sugges
tions made by the heads of the various
departments. These reports contain
valuable information and should be in
the hands of every legislator at a time
when he can give them careful study.
A law should be enacted requiring that
aid bi-ennial reports be furnished to
each member of the legislature at
least twenty days prior to the regular
sessions of the legislature.
'In these reports should be required.
first, a statement in detail of all ex
penditures in each officer's department
made under the head of the collection
of revenus, the enforcement of the law
current or incidental expenses paid
from either incidental fund3 or con
tingent funds: second, the number of
employees in each department and the
salaries paid in detail; third, a detail
budget of the entire funds necessary
for each officer's department for the
next succeeding two years; fourth, a
concise but complete statement of all
the operations of the department dur
ing the period covered by the report.
"This will furnish valuable lnforma
tion for the legislature when they come
to consider the appropriation measures
and give the people information to
which they are entitled, concerning the
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We have One of the
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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
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OCALA - - FLORIDA
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EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 PER DAY AND UPWARD
4. F. MLSOPi, Ass't Mgr. THOS. U. WILSON.- Prop, and Mgr
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bringing profit-bringing investments.
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Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Groves or almost anything you
wish, on terms to suit,
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
Fire Insurance Companies In the
Prettiest Line of Beds
Excepting any Firm.
We carry over fifty differ different
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lllttlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
It. R. Carroll, Business Manager.
J. H. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In the postofflce at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mail matter.
Teddy Roosevelt hasn't emitted a
roar In so long that people are be
ginning to forget him. Perhaps he
has at last found out that he is living
at Oyster Bay.
Former Governor of New York
Frank S. Black, after an Illness of
some time, died at his home Iff Troy,
that state, Saturday. Mr. Black had
been prominent in national politics
and was well known throughout the
The Star has received a letter from
Legislator Light, approving of what it
said last week regarding extending
the powers of the county Judge's
court, and saying that he would make
a move to that result when the legis
The Star i3 glad to see that Arthur
K. Taylor, the cartoonist, has Joined
the staff of Dixie. Mr. Taylor is easily
the first of Florida cartoonists, and
deserves a national reputation. His
first cartoon in last week's Dixie, illus illustrative
trative illustrative of Jail sentences for moneyed
criminals. Is a telling one and very
appropriate at this time. He will help
make Dixie hetter than ever.
At a St. Fatrick's Day celebration
last week. Secretary of State Bryan
made some remarks that were gratify
ing to Irishmen, appropriate for Am
ericans and not offensive to anybody
except English tories, who are much
in the minority now. It is amusing to
see, however, how Mr. Bryan's re
marks worry American tories of
which our own dear Times-Union is a
The Tampa Tribune wants the state
redlstrlcted so as to have a congress
man from the fourth district instead
of the congressman-at-large, but
doesn't, know how to work It without
putting Claude L'Engle and Frank
Clark in the same district. That same
prposltion would work Frank more
than it does the Tribune. If Frank
and Claude are corraled in the same
district, Frank might as well begin to
shovel the dust off his law books.
There was a wreck on the Seaboard
near Silver Springs Junction Sunday
morning. Several freight cars were
derailed and the track was blocked
The night passenger train from Tam
pa to Jacksonville had to be sent over
the Atlantic Coast Line to Gainesville
Engineer Jack Brooks of the Coast
Line showed the Seaboard engineer
the road, while Agent Jno. F. Thomp
son exercised a mild suzerainty over
the train. The Seaboard wheels made
themselves at home on the Coast Line
rails, and as there were no stops to
make the train went thru in record
Constantine is a great name in
Greek history. The most noted Con
stantine is he who saw the cross, or
said he saw it, and amplified ancient
Byzantium into Constantinople, the
imperial city for a thousand years of
Europe and Asia. Another Constan
tine, not so great a "builder, nor so
great a liar, but a much nobler man
died eleven hundred years later in de
fense of Constantinople against the
Turk, -who has been a stumbling block
to east and west ever since. Another
Constantine has just been crowned
king of Greece, and we all hope he
will be a better man .than the first and
a more lucky one than the second.
No doubt the Southern Utilities Co.
would like to obtain possession o
Gainesville's water and light plant,
but the people would turn down any
proposition made for the same Just at
this time. The light plant will have to
prove a mailure under municipal man
agement before the people of Gaines
ville will consent to its private own
ership. Gainesville Sun.
Lakeland, too, is demonstrating the
success of municipal ownership of
public utilities of the kind mentioned
above, and the Southern Utilities Co
didn't include us 'n its recent itinerary
through Florida. Lakeland Telegram
In Its electric light plant, Ocala also
proves the virtue of municipal owner
ship, when the Idea is carried out by
honest and competent men.
The hard-hearted, or soulless, which
ever you please, International Harves
ter Trust, has taken note of the Inves
tigatlons into white slavery and the
social evil, and materially Increased
the wages of its women employes
This Is an example that other trusts
and many firms that are not trusts
might follow with profit to humanity,
Low wages Is not the only reason for
the downfall of so many women, but it
has a lot to do with it, and every man
firm or trust that employs girls
should pay them as highly as possible
and this rule should be extended to
men employees, on whom women are
dependent. At the same time, no one
need expect prosperity to banish vice,
especially when prosperity runs in
streaks, as it does thru all our mod modern
ern modern civilization. The Star would hate
to say that the social evil will abide
forever, but it certainly will exist
until healthy lives and happy homes
are the portion of all instead of the
comparatively few, as at. present.
Dr. Friedmann, the noted German
physician, who claims to have dis discovered
covered discovered a cure for tuberculosis, and
who came to American a few weeks
ago to visit his brother, and to test his
remedy in the United States, will soon
return to Germany. He has treated
scores of people, and has been obliged
by circumstances to Tefuse treatment
lo hundreds from all parts of the coun coun-,try,
,try, coun-,try, who took for granted that be because
cause because he was physician to the emperor
of Germany he was Infallible. The
Star is sorry to see a number of Am American
erican American papers criticise our home phy physicians
sicians physicians because they did not accept
Friedmann without reservation. It
seems to the Star that they were ex exactly
actly exactly right in demanding exhaustive
testa of this remedy before adopting it.
In view of their own skill, which is
equal to any, and the encouragement
they have given to every advance in
sclen.ee, it Is ridiculous to say that
American physicians are inspired br
professional Jealousy when they care carefully
fully carefully investigate a life or death mat matter,
ter, matter, such as injecting a strange serum
into the veins of a human being. The
doctors seem to have given Friedmann
good opportunity, but in the desire
to administer indiscriminate treatment
to all who applied, he ran against the
laws of New York and the United
States, which it takes the legislature
and Congress, as well as some time, to
change. Friedmann has administered
his treatment to many people, enough.
if it has merit, to establish its worth.
The manner in which American physi
cians have adopted many European
Uscoveries Von Behring's diphtheria
anti-toxin, for Instance shows their
attitude toward everyth'ng that can
prove its worth. Friedmann's treat
ment may be a great medical discov discovery,
ery, discovery, In which case American physi physicians
cians physicians are sure to give it full credit, or
it may be another case similar to
Koch's lymph. It i3 a safe bet that
our doctors know what they are doing
better than their critics.
YEARS OF FLORIDA
It is almost four hundred years since
Ponce de Leon's little ship cast an
chor by the shores of the new land that
the Spaniards called Florida in honor
of the day on which they discovered it.
Next week, St. Augustine, the oldest
city in the United States, and one of
the most beautiful and interesting
towns in the world, will celebrate the
anniversary, which should mean much
to all Americana, and very much in
deed to Floridians.
The program of the celebration is
printed elsewhere in today's paper. A
perusal of it will show what a splen
did event it will be.
This pageant should mean more to
Florida than Mardi Gras, which is at
tended by hundreds of thousands ev
ery year, to New Orleans or Mobile. It
will be brilliant and appropriate to the
highest degree. It will be an event
that no Floridian should miss if it be
possible for him to attend.
The Star hopes Ocala and Marion
county will be largely represented. St
Augustine is .a beautiful city a place
where the memories of the past mingle
with the conveniences of the present
as nowhere else in the world. It is
worth visiting at any time, and next
week it will be more interesting than
it ever has been before.
Claude L'Engle is not the strongest
man, physically, in the Florida delega
tion, but he has made' one or more
suggestions that have already stag
gered several of the heavy-weights.
Congressman Claude L'Engle is writ
ing weekly letters to Dixie, telling
about things in Washington. These
letters are of peculiar interest, and
give an inside view of conditions that
could be told by no one but a member
of the Florida delegation, and no one
so well as by L'Engle. DeLand News.
AT THE CHRISTIAN' CHURCn
The day yesterday began with a
special Easter program by the child
ren. Two of their songs were so espe
cially good that they were asked to
repeat them at the evening service,
The morning sermon on "Commun
ion with God" was an exegetical and
devotional study. The beautiful solo
by Prof." Cassity, "On Bended Knees,'
was especially appropriate and splen
didly rendered. The ordinance of
Christian baptism was administered at
the close of the service.
A good, audience gathered for the
evening service. The sermon was a
demonstration of the truth of the
resurrection of Christ. The evening
solo was very fine. Prof. Cassity has
proven himself well qualified for his
special work. And It is well worth
while to attened these services for
that reason even if you should have no
These evangelical meetings will con
tlnue through the week. The. sermon
tonight is, "Why Should We Believe
that Jesus is Divine?". Song service
begins at 7:30.
Senator Carney, or Ocala, and Don
Peabody, deputy clerk of the circuit
court, of Ocala, were mixing with
friends yesterday and today. Mr. Car
ney came to confer with the citizens
of Sumter county relative to any leg
islation that they may wish for him to
lookafter. Mr. Carney says that he
expects to do what the masses wish
done. Bushnell notes in Tampa Tri
M. J. P. Ragsdale returned Wednes
day afternoon from a visit at Dunnel
Ion, Ocala and Orlando, visiting daugh
ters at Dunnellon and Ocala, and
spending a short time with Mr. Rags
dale in Orlando where he has purchas
ed property, and where Mrs. Ragsdale
and son will join him. Daytona Ga
Col. R. S. Hall of Ocala, who has
been here for some time, has returned
to his home. Tampa Tribune.
Capt. John L Inglis, one of the
prominent phosphate operators of
Marion county, arrived yesterday and
will be here for the next few days.
Dr. W, K. Lane, the eminent eye
ear, nose and throat specialist of
Ocala, performed two successful op
erations Saturday. The little son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Sewell underwent
an operation for the removal of ade
noids and diseased tonsils, and a son
of Rev. and Mrs. J. P. Graham also was
operated on for the removal of ade adenoids
noids adenoids Dr. Lane is a noted specialist
and his practice in Brooksville has
given perfect satisfaction in every line
of his work. Brooksville Star.
Six reel., all flue pictures, good
manic, Ideal tonight. Ad v. tt
R. L. Lang, formerly of this city
but now of Ocala, passed through
Gainesville Friday en route home from
Newberry and other points, where he
went in the interest of the W. B.
Johnson Company, wholesale grocers,
Jacksonville. Gainesville Sun.
Conductor O. M. Eaton of Lakeland
has put himself in line for the post post-mastership
mastership post-mastership of his city. Mr. Eaton has
been in the employ of the A. C. L. for
many years and is now on between
Waycross and Lakeland. Furthermore,
he is an old-time democrat and is in
every way worthy of the desired posi position.
tion. position. We find that the trainmen are
willing boosters for Mr. Eaton. Crys Crystal
tal Crystal River News.
J. E. Wilson has res'gned his posi position
tion position as traveling salesman for the
Remington Typewriter Company of
Jacksonville, and has accepted a simi similar
lar similar position with the Underwood Type Typewriter
writer Typewriter Company of the same city.
MAURICE COSTELLO AT TEMPLE
Mrs. A. H. Foster and children, who
have been the guests of her sister,
Mrs. H. C. Jernigan for several weeks,
returned to their home in Atlanta
Thursday. Mr. Foster will remain for
several weeks longer. Lake City In Index.
dex. Index. E. T. Usher, secretary-treasurer of
the Suwannee Turpentine Company,
attended court here this week. Bron Bron-son
son Bron-son Times-Democrat.
Six reel, ail fine picture, Rood
manic, Ideal tonight. -Adv. tf
MORE OPPORTUNITIES FOR
ASPIRING VOl'XG MEX
CoBKrenamaa L'Engle 11mm Appoint
ment a to Make to the Naval
Washington, March 24. It develop
ed today that by reason of duplicate
appointments having been made by
members of the Florida delegation in
Congress, Hon. Claude L'Engle, con
gressman-at-large, has a number of
appointments to make to the United
States Naval Academy at Annapolis.
These appointments are one princi
pal, one first alternate, two second
alternates and two third alternates.
The examination for these places will
be held on April l&th and aspiring
young men who desire to enter the
naval service should communicate with
Mr. L'Engle at once.
The alternate appointments are of
value only in case the principal fails
to pass the examination or is for some
reason prevented from entering the
WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT LAKE WEIR
In consequence of the minstrel show
at the Temple tomorrow night, the
Easter bazaar at Lake Weir will be
postponed until Wednesday. The worn
en of the club have been at heroic ex
ertions to prepare for this bazaar, and
do not want it marred by bad weather.
A remarkable collection of articles
of needlework has been provided by
the skillful fingers of club members
and their friends all over the country,
and the ladies of Ocala who admire
beautiful and dainty articles of needle needlework
work needlework cannot afford to miss this sale.
The bakery goods table will be heap heaped
ed heaped with the most delicious of home homemade
made homemade cakes, pies, bread, cookies and
doughnuts, and the supply of home homemade
made homemade candy and confections from some
of the best Eastern candy makers will
be liberal. Gentlemen need not bring
cigars with them. They can buy
"smokes" singly or by the box.
Boats will be in readiness to take
visitors out on the lake at a reason reasonable
able reasonable charge. Those who prefer to v'sit
the club house at Eastlake during the
day will find the bazaar ready for bus business
iness business at 1 p. m., and Ocala people can
spend a delightful afternoon on the
lake and be home In time for supper,
If they do not care to remain for the
bazaar supper, which will be served
beginning at 5 p. m. Ice cream and
lemonade will be on sale during the
afternoon and evening. Early In the
evening the floor will be cleared for
dancng, and it is expected it will be
crowded all evening. Tables will also
be provided for cards. The night train
north will stop by special arrangement
and reduced round trip tickets can be
bought in Slocks of ten for 80 cents
The profits from this sale will apply
on the club building fund, and every
member of the club is expected to ren render
der render loyal support. Much effort and
money have been expended in the pre preparation
paration preparation for this bazaar, which prac practically
tically practically closes the winter season at the
club house, and the affair has been
planned so that Ocala people who may
have engagements for Tuesday eve evening
ning evening can attend in the afternoon.
PROTEST AGAINST PETITION
Rents & Sons File Paper With Clerk
of the Federal Court
Papers in several bankruptcy cases
were filed yesterday in the office of the
clerk of the federal court as follows:
In the matter of E. P. Rentz and of
E. P. Rentz & Sons, in involuntary
bankruptcy, answer of the United Groc Grocery
ery Grocery Company has filed as intervening
creditor to petition to adjudication.
The answer states it is untrue that E.
P. Rentz and E. P. Rentz & Sons com committed
mitted committed any of the acts alleged to have
been done in the petition and untrue
that either of them were insolvent at
the time of the filing of the petition,
and further it is untrue that doings
mentioned in the petition constituted
acts of bankruptcy within the purview
of the bankruptcy act as amended.
GEORGIA VISITORS GONE HOME
Mcintosh, March 22 Mr. and Mrs.
W. M. Trimmier and Mr. George W.
Willingham, after a most delightful
visit in the land of flowers and oranges
to Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Dickson, left
last week, returning by the way of
Atlanta and Conton, for a short stay
before going on to their home, Cal Calhoun,
houn, Calhoun, Ga. Mr. Trimmier is a planter,
being the owner of a large tract of
Coosawattee river bottom land. They
have made many visits to Florida, his
wife being a sister of Mrs. Dickson,
and have always been delighted with
the state, but really were more en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic this time than ever.
I have for sale complete furnishings
for three rooms for light housekeep housekeeping.
ing. housekeeping. Apply to A. E. Bower, at Postof Postofflce
flce Postofflce Drugstore. 3-19-tf
MO X ROE-BRIDGES
Tuesday afternoon there was a quiet
wedding at the parsonage here and
Mr. W. W. Monroe and Miss Annie
Bridges were made man and wife. The
bride is a lovely young woman of At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, Ga., who has been visiting rela relatives
tives relatives in Coleman. The groom is one
of. the most substantial citizens of
Coleman who by his sterling, manly
qualities has the esteem of all who
know him. Bushnell Times.
DR. W. K. tANE
Specialist Eye, Ear, Noae and Throat.
Office, Law Library Blag., Ocala. Ad.
Sunday afternoon Mr. S. C. Mickler
and Miss Martha Branch of Webster
drove over to Rev. G. A. Bryant's
home, accompanied by Mr. J. C. Getzen
and son Douglass and were quietly
married. Bushnell Times.
Six reel, all fine picture, Rood
muftlc. Ideal tonight. Adv. tf
FOR RENT Furnished rooms in
modern home, for couple or two young
men. With board or without. Phone
Pickard's flae hand-painted china at
Burnett, the jeweler's. Ad.
Shoe polish. We have anything you
need for shoes in stock at the Court
Beck's hard water soap, ten cent3
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Use Dike's Quinine and Sage Hair
Tonic once a week on your head and
enjoy a healthy, clean scalp. You will
find this excellent tonic at the Court
Rheinauer's is the place to find the
best makes and most popular prices of
ladies' and children's shoes. Ad.
"Go LIxhtir Guards"
"De Go Lightly Guards' Reception,'
the elaborate afterpiece of the entire
ly new show offered this year by
George Evans, the prime little min
strel favorite, and his "Honey Boy"
Minstrels, who will appear at the Tem Temple
ple Temple next Tuesday evening, Is described
as being the most comical sketch ever
written by this versatile comedian.
The two settings show a street and the
armory of "De Guards" in Hamtown,
The "Honey Boy" is initially intro introduced
duced introduced in this part as "Cicero Didimus
Jones" in the characterization of a
roustabout darkey of the levee. He is
first shown as a fugitive from the law
and an alimony-seeking wench, which
part is splendidly portrayed by John
King, the inimitable delineator of a
noiry negro woman. Later, mainly be because
cause because of hunger and partly through
being offered a bribe of two dollars,
which he never receives, he consents to
pose as "General Woof Woof," a fa famous
mous famous African military leader, who is
to be the honor guest at the reception
of "De Guards." The sketch deals with
the manner in which he finally rids
Viimself of his former better and more
experienced half and wins the admir admiration
ation admiration and affection of an alluring
dusky belle. Charles Hilliard is said
to have never failed to create a furore
where'er he ha? appeared in his per
sonation of a dashing, fashionably
Six Picture at the Ideal Tonight
Saturday night the popular little
Ideal theater was packed to the doors
until 11 o'clock and the fine pictures
were greatly enjoyed by the large au audiences.
diences. audiences. The management wisely Fn?
stalled extra chairs to keep their
many patrons from standing.
Tonight Essanay's pretty little love
story. Love Though a Lens, a clever
comedy of real life, featuring Mr. John
Steppling and Miss Mildred Weston,
who are big favorites among the
"movie fans"; The New Squire, a very
interesting drama by Bannister Mer Mer-win
win Mer-win and played by the Edison Co.;
Wrongly Accused, an absorbing drama
in which a man's innocence is finally
established by the Urban Eclipse Co.,
besides three other very interesting
pictures will be the big bill offered by
the Ideal .tonight.
Eight modern electric fans and ven ventilators
tilators ventilators are Installed to purify the at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere and make the Ideal a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant place to spend the evening, which
always opens at six forty-five o'clock.
Five Reel, Maurice Cotello, Temple
Five fine licensed (all of them) pic
tures, including the Vitagraph feature,
"What Clothes Did for a Man.'? That
old favorite, Maurice Costello, is fea
tured in this and it is one of the
nicest love stories he has appeared in.
Another feature is "Max" the funny
comedian in the funniest of "phunny
philms." Don't forget every picture a
licensed feature and excellent music
by the Temple orchestra. Doors open
at 6:30. Prices, 5 and 10 cents.
FLORIDA'S FAST FIELDING
And Superb Pitching: Won the Third
Game Saturday from Mercer
Florida, 2; Mercer, 1.
Saturday afternoon at University
Athletic Field was the scene of the
best game of baseball this season,
when Coach Hoffman's Florida boys
won from Mercer, thereby making a
clean sweep of the series of three
games. The contest was close and ex
citing throughout, and the small score
2 to 1 indicates that both teams
were out for blood.
Florida, by her fast fielding and su superb
perb superb pitching, kept Mercer from scor scoring
ing scoring for seven innings, while the locals
succeeded in sending two men around
the circuit in the fifth inning.
Davies, for Florida, pitched an ex
cellent game, allowing the Mercerites
only two measley hits. His control
was all that could be expected and the
curves he served broke nicely. His
work was a particular feature. Moses,
for Mercer, did well, but for the fatal
fifth, when the U. of F. "did things"
that was decidedly against his liking
Florida has improved wonderfully
since their disastrous trip to DeLand,
and we expect Manager Elliott's men
to give a good account of themselves
when Stetson makes her appearance
on "the local diamond.
Tuesday, March 25
Prices, 50c, 75c, $1 and fl.50. Seat
sale Thursday, March 20th, at Court
It i3 an absolute fact, that one 50 cent
Jar of WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM
will either remove your freckles or cause
them to fade and that two jars will even
in the most severe cases completely euro
them. We are willing to personally
guarantee this and to return your money
without argument if your complexion is
not fully restored to its natural beauty.
WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is fine,
fragrant and absolutely harmless. Will
not make hair grow but will positively
remove TAN, PIMPLES and FRECK FRECKLES.
LES. FRECKLES. Come in today and try it. The jars
are large and results absolutely certain.
Sent by mail if desired. Price 50c.
Mammoth jars $L00. WTILSON'S FAIR
SKIN SOAP 25c Forealeby
SOLD BY THE COURT PDARIIACT.
in i -iaMMawMaw
ARE YOU GOING OM A
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.
J. F. JENKINS,
J. F JJEMfflM
General Building "Coettraicfors
Office and Warehouse on Osceola St., One Block northeast of Government Bldg.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN BUILDING CONSTRUCTION.
Hydra ted Lime, No Waste, Cost of Slacking Eliminated.
Portland Cement, Fresh and Pure. Hard Plaster Direct frorh the Mill,
Brick, Full size and Plenty. Sewer Pipe and Fittings First Quality.
It relieves tickling In the throat, tightness In the chest. Inflamed lungs, difficult breathing and
wheezing In the bronchial tubes. Conveys a soothing, heal In sr Influeace to the sore lungs, promote
easy expectoration and contributes to the enjoyment of a quiet night and restful sleep.
Put Up in Three Sizes, 25c, 50c and $1.00 per Bottle.
Buy the Dollar size. It contains five times as much as the 25o Size, aad you get with each botll-.
a Dr. Ilerrlck's Red Pepper Poroua Plaster for the chest.
JAMES F. BALLARD
For Sore Byes, Granulated Lids, Redness of the Eyejnm, Weak Sight
use Stephens Eye Salve. It b remedy of
CONCORDIA LODGE F. V. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
cionth. Geo. 1 Taylor, F. M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.
OPEX DAY ASD XIGIIT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. I depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches t
any hour. Ad.
DRAY FOR GEVEUAL DELIVERY
Mr. A. S. Burgess nas gone Into the
transfer and delivery business. lie
nas 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.
WANTED Three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping; good location.
Address, Box 438, Ocala. 3-14-6td
WANTED To rent ror two or three
months, a small wall tent, large enough
for two. Address Shake, care Star.
XOTICE 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 of
Ocala, giving the council wider scope
A bill to change the county line of
Marion county on the northern side of
the county, in and around Orange Lake.
A local game law, If a general game
law satisfactory to the people of 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
A bill establishing a criminal court
of record In Marlon 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 legisla legislature
ture legislature from this county.
I know of no other local bills, except
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
the said towns is desired by a substan substantial
tial substantial majority of the people residing In
the territory intended to be Incorporat Incorporated;
ed; Incorporated; Notice is further given that I shall
so far a3 possible comply with. the con constitution
stitution constitution of the state relative to sixty
day3 notice for local bills, and that
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 pub public.
lic. public. 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 and shall then attempt to
serve the best Interests of the major majority.
ity. majority. Respectfully,
Edwin Spencer, Jr.
G. K. WILLIAMS,
the Chest, Irritation In the Throat and
a miserable night tor the whole family.
Is An Effective Remedy for the Throat
TAX ASSESSOR'S APPOINTMENTS
I will be at the following places on
time specified to receive tax returns
1 Ocala, 10th to 31st of March.
The law requires all tax returns to
be made by first day of April.
I got a list of all automobiles that
are registered and you will therefore
save trouble by returning your auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. Alfred Ayer, Assessor.
J)AR10-DU JIASOXIC lODGE
Marlon-Dunn Lrfdge 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 furtner notice.
C i. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad.
GOLD PINS LOST
Lost somewhere on streets of Ocala,
possibly between Mclver & MacKay's
undertaking parlors and Oak Ridge
cemetery, two gold pins, one plain with
an inlaid design and one longer with
settings. They were wrapped in a
piece of newspaper and lost Saturday
Two weeks ago a small gold pin was
lost between Mclver & MacKay's and
the hospital. Engraved on the pin was
the word "Cevie." A liberal reward
will be paid for their return to C. V.
Roberts at Mclver & MacKay's. Adv.
STERLING SILVm FLATWARES
I have over 14,000 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.
OLLIE 3IORDIS MARKET OPEX
The market rormeny known as the
Ollie Mordls is now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
ttention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right.
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS.
Dealer in Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia
CHAPTER XO. 18 R. A. Jt.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. A, qn the fourth
Friay in every month, at 7:30 p. m.
C E. Connor, if. P.
Jake Brown, secretary. Ad.
FOR RENT Oraces n Wolder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
The Easter sale, the biggest sale in
the history of the city, now going on
at the Globe. AJv.
Conkey's Stock Remedies are not
foods, but medicine a separate remedy!
ior eacn uisease maue ay iub yeujjic
that, make Conkers Poultry Ttemedlea
Sold on a money back guarantee by
Ocala Seed Store. tues-frl S-14
E. M. WILLIAMS
a Dry Hacking
ST. LOUIS, UO.
Smarting; Sensations In the 12 1
Drove a merit.
J. H. BMNSON
Real Estate and Investment
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CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
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' Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block, Southwest Corner Public Square.
Undertaker Smith, pnone3 10 and 94.
K. of P. meet this evening,
"odd Fellows meet tomorrow evening.
Icy-Hot bottles at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Ad.
FOR SALE Indian Runner duck
esss at ?1 per setting. Thone 68. 3-18-6
Major Tom Hall returned Saturday
from his visit to Green Springs, bene benefited
fited benefited somewhat by his stay at that
popular resort. The major will leave
soon for a visit to his old home in
South Carolina, and will probably re remain
main remain for some months.
all fine pictures,
lonilit. Adv. it
Messrs. T. BJ Barnes, Ralph McCorkle
and W. C. Charles went to Tampa
Saturday night and returned on the
limited this morning.
Mr. Tom Tasteur returned
morning from a visit to the lake,
says the swimming is good and
fish are biting right along.
Mr. R. r. Love has returned from
Tampa and resumed his position be behind
hind behind the Ocala House desk. His friends
are glad to have them with them again.
Messrs. J. O. Sikes and C. B. Walker
of Martel were at the Ocala House
R. L. Seymour of Sliver Springs was
at the Ocala House Saturday night.
Capt. J. L. Carney of Lake Weir was
a guest of the Ocala House Saturday Saturday-night.
night. Saturday-night. PATHE WEEKLY, TEMPLE TO TO-NIGHT.
NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. Adv.
Don't forget that the Honey Boy
Minstrels will be at the Temple tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow night.
Senator E. L. Carney has returned
from Sumter county, where he went to
consult the people about their views on
legislation at the coming session.
Everybody will be
;lad to know
that the Seaboard Lin
ited, which has
heretofore been taken
rT In April, will
probably remain on a
summer. It is
a nne ana popular trin, ana ine star
thinks It will nay thJ railroad to kee,
tt. Jim Goin cf Shady was in town
this morning, and said his little daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, who was kicked by a mule Friday
night, is resting well and ev'.dently
reeoverlng from her injuries.
PATHE WEEKLY, TEMPLE TO TO-NIGHT
NIGHT TO-NIGHT Adv.
Mr. J. M. God lard is home from
business visit to South Florida.
Mr. J. C. Parker of Dunnelloji was in
the city Saturday night and Sunday,
hf guer of Mr. Clifford Peabody.
Little Miss Mayo has arrived to
grace the home of Mr. and Mrs. D..B.
Mayo. The bffby girl was born last
unci March 16th, In Ocala.
and weighed" th pounds. Mother and
-child are doing weJJand the friends of
the family re"ainxiou3ly awaiting
their return to Summerfield
All of Mr. L. F. Ballard's customers
are sore on the city government for
making that popular newsdealer keep
his papers back in the -shop Instead of
in their former convenient place be
tween the awning posts. They wi
they had tried to regulate the court-
a J Yet re?
- "V X
cerJ interest an Savings Accounts
house flock and several other things
before it tried to regulate the entire entirely
ly entirely regular Ballard.
MA I'ltlCFJ COSTKLLd
Mr. George Aldrich, after spending
Easter at Ilomosassa, where he had a
mo.t pleasant visit, returned te- Oeala
this morning. lie will leave tonight
for Tampa, and from there will return
to Orlando to resume his occupation as
moulder for the Southern Foundry
and Machine Company. Mr. Aldrich
was accompanied to Homosassa by Mr.
G. F. Melzer of the Ocala Iron Works.
Mr. Geo. C. Crom has returned from
a business trip to South Florida and
went up to Gainesville this afternoon
to visit his family.
Mr. Holmes Walters, who has been
in the hospital for the past week will
return to his home tomorrow.
Sheriff J. P. Galloway went to Area Area-dia
dia Area-dia today after a white man by the
name of A. A. Davis, charged with
passing worthless checks.
Clocks of all kinds and at all prices.
A. E. Burnett. Ad.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
WANTED Time clerk and stock
room man. Ocala Iron Works. 3 22 8 1
MAURICE COSTELLO AT TEMPLE
Season's latest styles and ladles' and
misses' ready to wear dresses at Rheln
Mr. Harry Bullock of Jacksonville Is
spending a few days with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Bullock.
Mr. George Hayes, for many years a
resident of Ocala, where he held a po
sition with the A. C. L. Railway, is
very ill at Brooksville, with lung trou trouble
ble trouble ami it is thought the end is very
near. Mrs. Hayes sisrer, Mrs. George
F. Williams, of this city, went to
Brooksville Saturday morning to be
with her sister in her trouble
Nyal s Corn Remover actually re
moves. 23c. at both Gerlg's Drug
ralmer's toilet arttcies
can be found
it the Court Pharmacy-
SIX ROOM COTTAGE FOR RENT-
jpply to Mrs. R. D. Fuller. 1-5
PATHE WEEKLY, TEMPLE TO
have your suits, hats
dry cleaned by one who
J. S. Cromer, phone
FOR RENT Furnished foms in
modern home, for couple or t(? young
men. With board or without Phone
For first class automoDne service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiijer. Ad.
Are you eroingr to taKe a bath? Then
go to the Court Tharmacy and get
bar of Beck's hard water soap, only
ten cents per cake. Adv.
MAURICE COSTELLO AT TEMPLE
Ladies, have your dresses, glove
and plumes dry cleaned by J. S- Crom
er, phone 451. 3-6-tf
Pearl tooth brushes are sold a
Gerig's Drug Stores at 25c and g"uar
Beck's -nard water, soap, ten cents
p?r cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Saturday, the opening day of the
great over-stocked sale at M. Fi?hel &
Sons store was the greatest day's bus business
iness business that department store ever had
and the sales for the day greatly ex exceeded
ceeded exceeded the expectations of both the
manager of the sale and the proprie proprietors
tors proprietors of the store, and the large force
of clerks was kept on the jump all
day waiting on the throng of eager
choppers. Every department of the
big store was filled from the opening
till the store was closed at night; and
in all departments the values price
tickets covered the goods and bargains
prevailed everywhere. Today was al almost
most almost as good at the store and the
stream of shippers had not diminished
to any great extent. In fact, the pro proprietors
prietors proprietors expect a huge business all
through the sale for real, generous
bargains, are being given throughout
the store, which is filled with new, sea seasonable
sonable seasonable goods of every kind. Don't
fail to .get your share of the bargains
at thi3 great sale.
ANOTHER CONVENTION FOR OCALA
The State B. Y. P. U. convention will
be held in Ocala, April 7-9th. The as association
sociation association is making arrangements to
entertain about 150 delegates.
MARIOV COUNTY HENS
The hen3 of Marion county are cer certainly
tainly certainly laying some eggs just now. A
Star reporter this. morning saw more
eggs stacked up in cases at the Cam Cam-Thomas
Thomas Cam-Thomas Grocers Co. than he has ever
een in one place before in Marion
county. There were thirty big boxes
full, and when he asked how many
there were was told that they had one
thousand dozen In stock.
The Eastern Star sewing circle will
meet Tuesday at 3 p. m. in Yonge's
hall and the worthy matron of Ocala
chapter No. 29, O. E. S., requests a
good attendance as matters of Import Importance
ance Importance will be discussed.
Mr. Jno. F. Thompson Ocala freight
agent of the A. C. L., has presented
the Star with a copy of "The Atlantic
Coast Line Industrial and Shipper's
Guide," a handsome book, as well as
one filled with necessary and Interest Interesting
ing Interesting Information.
Fishel's "stores were crowded all day
Saturday and until midnight. A tre tremendous
mendous tremendous lot of goods was sold, and the
clerks were tired out. This Is the"big the"big-gest
gest the"big-gest sale this old and popular house
has ever had. It will be going on until
Saturday night week.
Postmaster Huber is home from
Eustis, where he attended the State
Postmasters' convention. Mr. Huber
speaks in terms of highest praise of
the people of Eust's, who did their best
to give the viistors an entirely good
time. The next annual meeting will
be held in St. Augustine.
Miss Grace Holloway of Mcintosh
spent Saturday here shopping, and was
accompanied by her cousin, Miss Annie
Hutchinson of Missouri, who has been
her guest the past two weeks. Miss
Holloway closed a successful term of
school at Paradise on Friday. Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Sun.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
WORLD'S ALMANAC AT BALLARD'S
New 1913 World's Almanac, just re
ceived; 35 cents at Ballard's News-
Stop coughing by using Cherry Bark
Cough Syrup. Sold only at the Rexall
all fine picture,
tonight. Adv. tf
Solid and filled chains, the best for
the money, and guaranteed as repre
sented. A. E. Burnett. Ad.
Mr. R. S. Rogers, president of the
Florida Title & Abstract Company,
went to Tavares this afternoon to look
after business there for his company.
Mr. W, M. Wilson and Dr. Don Tea Tea-body
body Tea-body of the company have been at
Tavares for some time, working up the
record on a large tract of land for the
Misses Lutie Holder and Edna Smith
visited friends in Gainesville Sunday.
Mr. Hugh Nichols of Wildwood is in
the city looking after business affairs.
CENTRAL WEST STORM SWEPT
Dreadful Losa of Life and to Property
In Five State Sunday
Chicago, March 24. A terrific wind
storm causing widespread damage and
loss of life and which wrecked the
telegraph and telephone service raged
over the central west and middle states
lates yesterday. Reports from Nebras
ka, Kansas, Oklahoma and Indiana
report a heavy damage.
Omaha, and several smaller towns.
immediately surrounding it, Marshall Marshall-town,
town, Marshall-town, and several others In Iowa, and
Terre Haute, Ind., are places from
which messages come bringing news
of great destruction.
The death list at Yucatan, Neb,, was
placed at fifteen and the injured at
For more than four hours no word
was heard irom tne stricKen city or
Omaha. Late bulletins report that
half the city was swept by a tornado.
All wires were down and Berlin, a
neighboring town was said to be in
flames. The message was received
over a single long distance telephone
wire which worked at intervals.
Terre Haute, Ind., suffered severely
Scores of persons were injured, an
known number were overwhelmed in
the ruins of houess blown down by the
wind and many fires were started in
different parts of the city.
PATHE WEEKLY, TEMPLE TO
LOYAL ORD3T1 OF MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge, No. 699. Loyal Or
der of Moose, meet3 each Thursday
evening at S o'clock In the Gary build
ing, .third floor. Visiting brothers are
invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, D'ctator.
E. L. Stapp. Secretary. Ad.
Tulula Lodge tto. 22," independent
Order of Odd Fellow, meets every
Tuesday evening, at 7:30 o'clock In
Yonge's hall. Fort King avenue. Visit
ors in the city Invited to be with us.
L F. Ballard N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. v Ad.
Ocila wa greatly shocked and
grieved this afternoon at the sudden
and unexpected death of Mr. F. C.
Mr. GodwfnTVho had been feeling
badly for a couple of days, went home
and took to hi bed Saturday, but was
not believed to be dangerously, sick
until this inorning,when he was in so
much pain tfraT his relatives became
seriously alarmed. His attending
physician called in several of his pro professional
fessional professional brethren, and they did all in
their power to give the suffering
young man relief, but their skill and
care was of no avail, and he passed
away about t wo o'clock
Mr. Goodwin carneTiere from Kansas
City about three years ago. .He has
ever since his coming filled the posi position
tion position as chief clerk at tfce Ocala House,
and won a high place for himself in
the estimation of the citizens and the
Several months later, his parents
and sisters joined him, and establish established
ed established their home in a residence on North
Second street near Sanchez, tho Mr.
Goodwin's business kept him at the
hotel nearly all the time. He was a
much trusted and very popular young
man, and his health and good spirits
until a few days of his death make3
his passing away doubly hard on his
- With him when he died were his
parents, his three sisters and two
cousins. They are all crushed by the
heavy and unexpected blow, and have
the deepest sympathy of all their
Mr. Goodwin was an Odd Fellow,
vice grand of Tulula Lodge. He had
been a member only two years, and his
attaining such high rank in that time
in the order is another testimonial to
The funeral will take place tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, but the Star goes to press before
the arrangements can be announced.
EASTERN' STAR MEETING
Regular meeting of Ocala Chapter
No. 29. O. E. S. at Yonge's Hall Fri Friday
day Friday afternoon was good. At this
meeting the chapter appointed Mrs. R.
E. Yonge, who Is past worthy matron,
as delegate to the Grand Chapter meet meeting
ing meeting in Jacksonville in April. The
worthy patron and worthy matron
will also go and any member of the
order, can attend the meetings in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and would learn as well a
enjoy it. ;f
MORE PROPERTY FOR MILLER
Mr. C. Y. Miller bought a few days days-since
since days-since the pretty little cottage in
Magnolia riaee from Mr. Collins. Mr.
Miller bought the property as an in investment.
vestment. investment. GOING AFTER MORE GOODS
Mr. Joseph Malever will leave in a
short time for New York City, where
he will purchase a great many summer
goods for his popular store, the Globe.
During the great Easter sale that Mr.
Malever has been conducting for the
past ten days, the store has disposed
of so many goods that the trip will be
necessary. This has been by far the
best sale that the Globe has ever had
and Mr. Malever is more than pleased
with its success.
WOMAN'S run STUDY class
The Study Class of the Woman's
Club will meet tomorrow afternoon at
the club rooms at 3 o'clock. All mem members
bers members of the. class and of the club will
be cordially welcomed.
W. C. T. U. MEETING
The W. C. T. IT. will meet tomorrow
afternoon at the Methodist church at
GOOD CONTRACT FOR SHERIDAN"
Mr. W. J. Sheridan, the contractor,
has been awarded the contract for
laying sidewalks at Brooksville by the
city council of that city. Mr. Sheridan
will go down tomorrow to close up the
contract with the council at Its meet meeting
ing meeting tomorrow night.
HAND REHEARSAL POSTPONED
The regular wee; practice of the
band has been postponed from Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night to Thursday night, on ac account
count account of the minstrel show Tuesday
night. All members take notice.
A. E. Gerig, Director.
Partly cloudy, southwest wind.
Minimum temperature, 59 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 88 degrees.
Average, 70. -Rainfall,
with showers to
night or Tuesday.
3 cans Van Camp's sonp 25c
M beans 25c
" Homiay 25c
Mince Meat 25c
Sunbeam shrimp 25c
lb Soda..... 5c
cans small flat Salmon 35c
"large " ..30c
" tail Salmon 3Cc
" Argo large Salmon 45c
" Ocean Gem tall ... 20c
HOTEL ftSTOR COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
LORD CALVERT i
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
Pretty Eanter Party
s Saturday afterr$on Mrs. Gibson, wife
or .Manager Ar umson of the Har
rmgton iiaii notel gave a very pretty
Easter party tp Master Harrington
Hall, the young son of Mr. R. S. Hall,
the owner of the hotel, and for whom
his father named the hoteL
MrsrGibson hid Easter eggs all over
the second floor halls and corridors of
the house, wherever one could be sec secreted,
reted, secreted, for the little guests to find. In
the ladies' parlor on this floor music
and games were provided for Master
Harrington and his guests.
In the dining room Fred Bentley, the
head waiter, laid a table with places
for nine persons. The table was both
unique and pretty. In the center was
a large centerpiece, surmounted by a
big bunny and from the bunny a rib ribbon
bon ribbon was stretched to a smaller bunny
place marker at each plate.. The small
bunnies were emerging from the doors
of snow-white tents, made by an in ingenious
genious ingenious folding of the napkins.. In
addition to the bunnies, other pretty
favors were provided.
Chef-Steward Passut took a great
deal of pains with the refreshments
provided for Master Harrington and
his guests. There was a huge cake
that was a cake only in looks. When
a string was pulled, the top of the
great cake came off and out jumped a
live white bunny and several live bid biddies,
dies, biddies, one of the latter for each guest.
These scampered all over the room and
a great time was had In catching
One of the desert courses that Mr.
Passut took much pride in was made
from Woodmar oranges, with the in
side removed and filled with orange
jellatin and allowed to harden in the
reirkgeraior. inese oranges were
served sliced and were exceptionally
The children had a most pleasant
afternoon at the popular hotel- with
their little host and Mr and Mrs. Gib
son took a great deal of interest in
their dinner and amusement and to
see that each child had a full measure
Illrthday Party for Little MIhs Gary
Today is the- fifth birthday of Maud
Gary, the swFet little, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. GaryJ and to make it
an unusually haprfy hne her mother
invited her littleghoolmates, both
Sunday school anciJcIndergarten, to
come over this afternoon and hunt
Ejaster eggs on their lawn. fJItysesjX
Mary Gates and Pramces Rowley, the
kindergarten teachers, were with the
little folks and played all the kinder kindergarten
garten kindergarten games with them. Baskets of
candy eggs were hidden everywhere
and when time came to aunt them they
couldn't run fast enough, but even
with that all had their arms full when
they were asked to the dining room to
have orange ice and cake. The table
was decorated with little chickens and
rabbits and centered with a1 birthday
cake topped with a large rabbit.- On
the table were several candles burn
ing and when all the children had col collected
lected collected -around the table the picture
was a beautiful one.
A'ssisting Mrs. Gary were her sis
ters-in-law, Mrs. E. T. Helvenston,
Mrs. W. D. Turnley and her house
guest, Mrs. McMullen.
Little Miss Gary received many pret
ty birthday gifts and she has the best
wishes for many more happy birth birthdays
days birthdays from the many friends of her
In Honor of Sirs. Hooker
Mrs. William Henry Jackson will
ive a charming reception, at her!
home No. 927 South Orleans avenue,
Tuesday afternoon In honor of her
aunt, Mrs William llocker, of Ocala,!
who is president of the State Federa
tion of Women's Clubs. Mes. Jackson
has Invited some of her friends to
come from 4 to 5 o clock and some
from 5 to 6 o'clock.
The Federated Clubs, the Tampa
Civic Association, and the Child's Wel
fare Society will hpld an informal re reception
ception reception from 10 to 11 o'clock Wednes
day morning at the demonstration fair
building. Club women of the city and
other friends are Invited to meet Mrs.
Hocker. These clubs had desired to
entertain Mrs. Hocker in a more formal
way, but on account of the officers be-
ing occupied with the demonstration
fair, this week, they could not carry
their plans out.
Mrs. Thomas Palmer will entertain
the Wednesday club at her home on
Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Hocker be being
ing being the guest of honor.
Mrs. Hocker will be a guest of hon
or at the Tampa Romans Club on
Thursday afternoon, and after the
meeting an informal reception will be
held for her. She is a charming wom woman,
an, woman, and has visited in this city before.
Mrs. B. W. Mims and Mrs. Carney
Mima returned last night from Tampa,
where they went to be with friends.
They were the recipients of many so
cial attentions, among which was a
theater party to witness the Honey
Boy Minstrels, given by Mr. Sawnie
George, of Stephenville, Texas, a" life-
long friend of Mrs. Carney Mims. and
a motor trip to St. Petersburg and a
lovely dinner party.
Mrs. Harmon and daughter, Miss
Alice Harmon of Coliinswood, X. J.,
are the guests of their relatives. Mrs.
James Gates and family.
Miss Gretchen Oldfather returned to
her home in Palatka today after a
week end visit with Miss Rosebud
Yesterday during the 11 o'clock
Easter service at Grace church Miss
Cecile Downs sang in her clear sweet
voice Hammeral's "Christ is Risen,
Mrs. Louis Home entertained the
Baptist sewing c'rcle delightfully this
Mrs. W. H. Dodge gave an Easter
egg hunt Satujiy' afternoon at the
manse for the jujlor and infant mis-
slonary bands of which she and ,Mrs
G S. Scott are presidents.! Games
were played ana eacn little tot wa
given an Easter basket filled with eggs
to carry home. The mite boxes were
opened and the money earned and sav
ed by the bands will be sent to China
to assist In the miss'onary work car-
ried on by the Presbyterians. Mrs.
Maddox, Mrs. Scott,,. Mrs. Huber and
Misses Margaret Lawrence and Anna
McDowell assisted the hostess in serv
ing Ice cream and cake.
W. M. Smith. J. R. West and-W. E.
Ferguson, all young business men, are
having neat ana handsome cottages
erected on the west side of the city. All
were recently wedded, the iate.H being
J. R. West, proprietor of the Wes
Drug Company. Tarpon notes in Tam
Mr. Smith often visited his aunt
You are never too late to learn
until you are too old to earn.
Start to-day a checking account.
THE OCALA NATIONAL MM
. CAPITAL FULL
H. D. STOKES.
We are showing a real
Snappy line of Men's
Furnishing Goods. .
Notice the Popular Brands You
will Find in Our Store:
. & W. Shirts and Collars
These are Undoubtedly the Best Shirts and
Collars on the market. We have the shirts
in white and colors. Prices J-J jjQ g 2
The collars in all styles at 2 for 25c.
The Snappiest Styles for Men's Heads are shown
in this Popular Brand of Hats. Each Hat is
Guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or a
new Hat will be given in its place (TO flfl
Free. The price only 4Z.UU
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- KCIf
teed towear 3 months. Per pair only JUu
Let us majce your next suit of Cloth Clothes.
es. Clothes. 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.
. $15.00 to $50.00
i IF MAM
"Where You Will Eventually Trade."
WHY NOT NOW?
Mrs. E. K. Nelson of Tampa, when she
resided here and Mr. West recently
married Miss Sarah Verdery of Jack
sonville, well known in Ocala.
KiZK Hunt for Kpincopal Snndaj- School
The teachers of the Episcopal Sun-
day school, Misses Meta Jewett, Fanny
Robinson, Dorothy Schreiber, Hope
Robinson and .nnie Atkinson, enter-
tained their pupils, about fifty, at an
Easter ess hunt this afternoon at the
home of Mrs. C. S. Cullen. Much fun
was had looking1 for the candy egrgs
hidden on the pretty lawn and on the
adjoining vacant lot. Bountiful help
ings of Ice' cream and cake were given
the little folks and with the games
played made the hours pass happily.
The Presbyterian sewing: circle en-
joyed a -pleasant afternoon with Miss
Alice Campbell at her home on South
Master Ford Blrdsey of Macon, Ga.,
during his recent visit in Ocala with
his grandmother, Mrs. II. A. Ford, pre-
sented a handsome silver, gold-lined
cup to the country uiud to De won oy
the best player among the men. For
several weeks the match has been go
ing on and Saturday it was concluded
when Mr. Clarence Camp won out over
his last opponent, Mr. Jack Camp. Mr.;
Camp is being heartily congratulated,
for hi3 adversaries were some of the
best players in the club.
The ladies playing for Mrs. Smith's
cup were also on me linns piajrmg
their second -handicap. Mrs. Clarence
Camp was defeated by Miss Lou Garas Garas-by.
by. Garas-by. Miss Alice Bullock by Miss Siotes-
bury and MUs MInn'e Gamsby and
Mrs. Frank Drake tied. The contest
promises to be very close.
Miss -Marshall, a nurse at the hospi
tal accompanied Mr. and Mrs. T. T.
Munroe on their auto trip.
Mrs. Mary Hayes, who has spent the
past two months with relatives In
Ocala, has returned and is the guest "of
her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Hayes at their home south
of the city Tallahassee Democrat.
Services will be held tonight by Rev.
J. G. Glass atthe Episcopal church.
Mr. and Mrs. John Tasteur. Miss
Tillie Pasteur and Mrs. Ernest Lytle
of Lake Weir were Easter guests of
relatives in town, coming up specially
to attened services at Grace church.
Mi?s Minnie Lee Carlisle returned to
her school duties at Kendrick, on the
fearly morning train.
Mrs. E. H. Mote arrived on the early
morning' train and will be "with Mr. W,
irt T(fflaiy 2
PAID I!f fTSM.
CLARENCE CAMt. Vlct PrM.
II. Hocker and children during the ab absence
sence absence of her sister, Mrs. Hocker, In
Mrs. Studerbaker of Jacksonville,
formerly of Illinois, is an attractive
guest in the home of Mr. R. li. Bullock.
Miss Omera Holloway has returned
to Eustis after a week end visit with
Miss Josle Bullock.
Mrs. R A. Alfred and Miss Berenice
Alfred are again at Mrs. Connor's on
South Third street, after an absence of
ten days at Port Inglls.
One of the most attractive features
of the reception of Friday evening
at the Woman's Club was the special
musical program. Mrs. IL M. Hamp Hampton,
ton, Hampton, whose voice is one of the most
admired among the musicians of Ocala.
sang "Hear You Calling Me," in a most
artistic manner and the sympathetic
sweetness of her voice charmed her au audience.
dience. audience. Miss Rosebud Robinson, who
possesses a light soprano voice of un unusual
usual unusual sweetness and. clearness, sang
"A Little Pink Rose," with decided ar artistic
tistic artistic effect and responded to an en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic encore, whereupon Pastor
Stephens facetiously remarked "that
auss ixooinson s pink roses were so
beautiful that she had no more to give
away. Tho suffering from a severe
cold, Miss Marguerite Porter obliged
the insistent calls from her friends
and admirers and sang A May Morn Morn-ing."
ing." Morn-ing." The Instrumental piano num numbers
bers numbers were furnished br Miss Louise
Booe and Mrs. Charles Goddard. both
of whom played beautifully. The or
chestra, directed by Dr. McClane. and'
composed of Mrs.-Adcock, Miss Boney,
Messrs. Cole, Durand and Coppage,
played several selections which added
greatly to the pleasure of the
J. 31. GODDAIiD WAS OX THE JOB
J. M. Goddard. of Ocala, publicity
man of the Board ofTrade of the cap capital
ital capital of Marlon county, has been In St.
Petersburg for several days boosting
for his city and tellinz the people of
the 'advantages which that place of of-fers
fers of-fers the investor and the attractions
for the visitor. Mr. Goddard has dis
tributed hundreds of handsomely
printed booklets descriptive of Oca&t
and surrounding country and has
made the acquaintance of a majority
of our citizens and visitors during bis
short stay here. He will remain here
until the close of the fair and tourist
gala week next Tuesday. Mr. Goddard
is very much delighted with the Sun Sun-shine
shine Sun-shine City and speaks in highest praise
of the town and her people. St, Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg Independent.
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, MARCH 24, 1913
YOU CANT BVY POOR,
ONLY THE BEST
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Wc Can't Afford to Aprit Fool You.
We expect to stay in business in this community.
We can handle poor lumber, shingles, lath,
mouldings, etc., but we won't. If you expect to
build, repair or add new features to your house or
barn, you can't go to a better place than our estab establishment
lishment establishment for your materials. We will treat you right
and make a friend of you.
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. gftfjf-3
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Mr. E- Vu Hood, Editor
IF R 19 13
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
?lad to make quotations on any others not listed.
Ward well's Kidney Wax Beans $5.75
Davis White Wax Beans 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 . .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 Earliana Tomato 2.00
Dwarf Champion Tomato ,2.00
Early Detroit Tomato 2.50
White Spine Cucumber 1.00
Early Fortune Cucumber 1.00
Long Green Cucumber 1.00
Genuine Rocky Ford Cantaloupe. . 1.25
Tom Watson Watermelon 1.00
Florida Favorite Watermelon 75
Kleckley Sweets Watermelon 75
Georgia Rattlesnake Watermelon 75
MAINE GROWN SEED POTATOES
Red Bliss Triumph Potatoes 3.50 10 peck eacks
Spaulding's Rose No. 4 Potatoes 3.50 10 peck sacks
Irish Cobbler Potatoes 3.50 10 peck sacks
Wre 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
We solicit your patronage nna guarantee satisfaction on all orders
entrusted to our care.
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Order a China Dinner or Breakfast
Set with your Initial on same.
The Webb BUI
This now famous bill that was so re recently
cently recently passed over the head of the
president's veto so overwhelmingly,
contains but one section. It is in full
"That the shipment or transporta transportation.
tion. transportation. In any manner or by any means
whatsoever, of any spirituous, vinous,
malted, fermented, or other intoxicat intoxicating
ing intoxicating liquor of any kind, from one state,
territory or district of the United
State3, or place non-contlgnou3 to but
subject to the jurisdiction thereof, in into
to into any other state, territory or dis district
trict district of the United States, or place
non-contiguous to but subject to the
Jurisdiction thereof, or from any for foreign
eign foreign country into any state, territory
or district of the United States, or
place non-contiguous to but subject
to the jurisdiction thereof, which said
spirituous, vinous, malted or fermented
or other intoxicating liquor is In Intended,
tended, Intended, by any person interested there therein,
in, therein, to be received, possessed, sold or
in any manner used, either in the or original
iginal original package or otherwise, in viola violation
tion violation of any law of such state, terri territory
tory territory or district of the United States
or place contiguous to but subject to
the Jurlsdictioa thereof, is hereby pro prohibited."
hibited." prohibited." It is believed that the state legisla
ture will follow up this bill, which will
prohibit the shipment of liquors from
wet into dry counties which will be
calculated to make said territories
either wholly wet or wholly dry
there's no half way-measure. Dry
will mean something more than a fiction.
It Is the biggest blow that nas
yet been dealt to the whiskey inter
nolletln from the Temperance War
(New York Times)
The Lackawanna railroad issued re
cently a new rule against the use of
intoxicants by the men who run the
company's trains. The old rule against
drinking on duty is extended to cover
all the time of the men. They are en
joined to use their time off duty to ob
tain rest, and they are prohibited from
spending their time in any way that
might unfit them for service. The men
are told that the visiting of saloons or
other places where liquor is sold will
be considered sufficient ground for
dismissal. The rule becomes effective
In explaining the new rule of the
company, George A. Cullen, passenger
traffic manager, said:
"Recent experience has shown that
there is only one absolutely safe course
to be followed by these classes of men,
and that Is to abstain altogether from
the use of liquor. That will be the
rule of the Lackawanna hereafter.
"The company realizes that in this
department it may be criticized for
pursuing an extreme course, but It
rests assured that public sentiment
will support Its position, in view of
the great risks Involved.
"It is a well known fact that there
are many other forms of dissipation be
sides drinking that may tend to unfit
men for their duties, and where safety
requires men to be alert and keen
while on duty it is absolutely essential
that they should come to their work
refreshed by abundant sjeep and in
full possession of all their physical
and mental faculties."
Colonel Maus, chief surgeon of the
Eastern Division of the U. S. army,
"It lessens working capacity, march
ing endurance, accuracy and rapidity In
rifle firing, ab'lity to command troops
and solve military problems, to navi
gate and manoeuvre war vessels, to act
as members' of courts and military
boards, to properly perform adminis administrative
trative administrative work, to develop the intellect
and fit one for the higher duties and
responsibilities of life.
"It causes sickness, impairs health
and usefulness, adds greatly to the
non-efficiency of both officers and men,
add3 additional burden and cost to the
medical department, deprives the gov government
ernment government of otherwise valuable officers
and enlisted men, and forces them on
the retired or pension list, with corres corresponding
ponding corresponding Increase of governmental ex expenditures.
penditures. expenditures. "Vital statistics clearly prove that
the moderate use of alcoholic bever beverages
ages beverages reduces the longevity of mankind.
They have a distinctive bearing on
public officers, many of whom have
passed years on sick status as a result
of their use. Many have died in the
prime of life, or have been retired from
active duty through their direct or in indirect
direct indirect influence. The same may be said
of enlisted men In both services,
"The higher powers of judgment and
ability to make proper comparisons
and weigh testimony is lowered under
the influence of alcohol. Serious mis mistakes
takes mistakes have occurred from alcohol
among officers in command of land and
sea forces. Those who served in Man Manila
ila Manila during the early days of the Phil Philippine
ippine Philippine insurrection remember the
'Hooker, whose bleaching wreck on
the rocks off Corregidor attests the in inefficiency
efficiency inefficiency of drinking navigating of officers.
ficers. officers. "Total abstinenece should become a
requirement In the election of our
presidents, governors oi states, sen senators,
ators, senators, congressmen, judges and all of officers
ficers officers within the suffrage of the peo people.
ple. people. Besides, no one who uses alco alcoholic
holic alcoholic beverages should be appointed to
the important positions of cabinet of officers,
ficers, officers, members of the supreme bench
or district courts, heads of govern government
ment government bureaus, civil or military, to the
command of military or navy forces,
or any other position of importance
Railroads and army surgeons are not
usually regarded as temperance fa fanatics.
natics. fanatics. Are the Lackawanna railroad
and Surgeon General Maus right or
CHICKENS FOR FRYING
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 ITId CELERY, OYSTERS, ETC.
First Class Service Assured and will Appreciate your trade
Phone 108 W. H. MARSH, City Market
C03IMITTEES OF THE COUNCIL
Judiciary C. XT. Livingston, chair
man: J. H. Taylor, E. T. Helvenston.
Finance G- A. CarmichaeL chair
man; E. T. Helvenston, B. A. Weath
Light and Water J. H. Taylor,
chairman; F. G. B. "Welhe, B. A. Weath
Street B. A. Weathers, chairman;
F. G. B. Weihe. E. C. Bennett.
Fire F. G. B. Weihe. Chairman; E.
T. Helvenston, Walter Hood.
Folic E. T. Helvenston, Chairman;
F G. B. Weihe, H. C. Bennett.
F. G. B. Weihe, C, M. Livingston.
Market C. II. Livingston. Chair
man; Walter Hood,
Sanitary Walter Hood, Chairman;
J. H. Taylor. G. A. CarmichaeL
Building EL C. Bennett, Chairman;
A. CarmichaeL J. H. Taylor.
Pneumonia, Bronchitis, Phthi Phthisis,
sis, Phthisis, Asthma and Anemia
Often Directly the
Result of Rheu Rheumatic
matic Rheumatic Blood.
If you have a persistent, nagging bron bronchial
chial bronchial cough beware of cough remedies.
They are merely local in action, and If
they do relieve it is the narcotics that
do it. What you require Is a blood puri purifier,
fier, purifier, a searching antidote that removes
from the circulation the acid poisons that
by their reflexes attack all weakness,
susceptible spots and thus create local
symptoms. The very best remedy known
Is Swift's Sure Specific. You will 'find
It on sale in any drug store at $1.00 per
bottle. It goes straight Into the blood",
becomes an Internal blood bath, wonder wonderfully
fully wonderfully increases the red corpuscles, cures
ell the local fever spots and irritations,
increases appetite, you take on flesh' and
feel a wonderful sense of renewed
strength. Hundreds of people worried
beyond control at cough, pains in the
chest, sore throat and constant expectora expectoration
tion expectoration of thick mucous have experienced
the most wonderful change after using
S. S. S. All doubt and apprehension is
gone, those peculiar pains and aches van vanish,
ish, vanish, there follows a period of most in intense
tense intense rejoicing to find that worst fears
were based entirely upon a mistaken no notion
tion notion that cough and chest pains coma
from the lungs. These are rheumatic
conditions, and you will quickly realize
it after using S. S. S. for a few days.
Get a bottle of S. S. S. to-day at the drug
store and then say good-by to all those
pains that have worried you.
Write to The Swift Specific Co., 127
Swift Bldg., Atlanta, Ga., for medical
advice and wonderful facts concerning
the greatest blood remedy ever known.
Grahamville, March 19. The Gra Gra-hamville
hamville Gra-hamville school closed last Saturday
night. By 7:30 a large audience had
assembled and the following program
was then rendered":
Song, You're Welcome If You Keep
Right Still School..
Recitation, opening address Master
Recitation, The Temperance Boy
Recitation, Hattie's Views on House
Cleaning Etta Belle Long.
Play, "He Was Never Known to
Smile" Misses Etta Faglie, Irene Ma Mason,
son, Mason, Ivy Long and Jack Wellhoner.
Rec'tation. Bunny Did It Agnes
Recitation, The Menagerie Colum Columbus
bus Columbus Mills.
Recitation, Her Lovers Irene Ma Mason.
son. Mason. Song, Little Sunbeams Primary pupils;
Recitation." Be Polite Leland Mason.
Recitation, Little Flo's Letter Donie
Recitation, A Little Speech Edward
Recitation. A Boy's Complaint
Dialogue, How the Quarrel Began
Etta Bell and Annie Lue Long.
Song, "Old Time Plays:' By ten
Recitation, The Bite Robert Win-gate.
Recitation, The Stolen Custard Lila
Dialogue, Sidewalk Conversation-
Masters Victor Mason and Johnnie
Recitation, The Way to Do It Oney
Recitation, The Last Hymn Rubye
Pantomime, "Nearer My God to
Thee" Etta Faglie, Eileen Martin.
Ethel Sewell, Cora Wellhoner and
Recitation, Kitt'e and I Miss Nora
Recitation, Planting Himself to
Grow Sallie Peebles.
Recitation, What the Choir Sang
About the New Bonnet Gertrude Con
Recitation, A Little Boy's Troubles
Play, "Which Will He Marry?"
Misses Kate and Helen Mills, Ethel
Sewell, Ruby Long, Irene Mason, Cora
Wellhoner, Georgia and Bessie Price
and Masters Lonnie Randall and Jack
Recitation. A Model Tea Party Party-Mary
Mary Party-Mary Win gate.
Recitation, Tommy's Prayer Geor Georgia
gia Georgia Price.
Song. "It's Time to Tell, You All
Good-Bye" By school.
A prize was awarded to Master Vic Victor
tor Victor Mason by Miss Fagie, our principal,
for being the only pupil in school who
had not been absent or tardy during
thr. entire term.
Our teachers. Misses Etta Faglie and
Eileen Martin left Monday morning for
their homes. We regret very much to
see them leave, but wish them much
success and happiness In their jour journey
ney journey through life.
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Wp FIpaup fhp Ppippc Flnwn as :
Far as Tliey Would Go, I
BUT WE HAVE KEPT THE QUALITY UP AS HIGH
AS IT CAN GO. NO ONE EVER SUCCEEDED BY TRY-
ING TO SELL THE WRONG THING, WE ARE HERE TO J
SUCCEED AND INTEND TO STAY. COME AND SEE US.
WE ARE ALWAYS ON THE JOB AND WILL SEE THAT
YOU GET JUST .WHAT YOU WANT AT THE RIGHT J
KMGUTS OF PTTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over Peyser's Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad.
LAKE WIER W. C. T. V.
A Christian Citizenship meeting was
held March 6th, at the church with
Mrs. Sigmon as superintendent.
The subject was "Shall the State
Mrs. Sigmon opened the meting by
reading of Scripture, taking Mathew
22, 15-22, as her text. She also read
the National leaflet on the subject of
This was followed by the reading
by those present of the ten reasons
why the Bible should be used In the
It was voted to accept the offer of a
flag for the school house.
The Wet and Dry election for Marion
county was discussed. Voted to send
?2 to the Woman's Shelter in Chicago.
Bill for leaflets approved.
No further business, meeting ad adjourned,
journed, adjourned, after distribution of litera-ture.-
K. of P. meet tonight.
If you have Ind'gestlon, 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 'nternal,
external and anticeptic medicines
known to medical science. Price, 50
cts. per bottle. Sold by drugg'sts. Adv.
THE CAUSE OP nnEUMATISM
Stomach trouble, lazy liver and de deranged
ranged deranged kidneys are the cuse 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. Charlei 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."
ly." completely." Maybe your rheumatic pains come
from stomach, liver and kidney trou troubles.
bles. troubles. Electric Bitters will give you
prompt relief. 50c. and 1. Recom Recommended
mended Recommended by Tydings & Co. Adv.
Modern Home, Store and Office Rulld.
ins Erected at Reasonable Prices.
All Kind f Repair Work Promptly
K seen led
Plana FurnUned With all Work.- All
o. 3S, Sanehea Street
Of course, there is risk in marriage,
but every normal man is fond of adventure.
ARE YOU COXST1PATED
The cynical world would be far
more likely to sit up and take notice
if more of the reformers would begin
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 U dealers. Adv.
Queen oi Sea Routes"
MERCHANTS' & SIIXERS, TRANS. CO.
Savannah, llaltimore, Philadelphia,
Hoi ton and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
f. res; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for booklet.
H. C. AVERY. Agent.
U D. JONES, C. A.,
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
Tlnest Coastwise Trip la the World''
Beef, Pork and Mutton
Fresh and Sail Water
Received Every Day
Prompt Service, Good Goods
and Reasonable Prices
Phone 351 Stall No
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any, other
contractor tn tje cltr.
If so, get a tox or Dr. King's New New-Life
Life 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
It's a poor road that can't acquire a
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
An ounce of done Is worth more than
a ton of going to do.
Chamberlain's Cougn Remedy has
won Its great reputation end extensive
sale by its remarkable cures of
coughs, colds and croup. It can be de depended
pended depended upon. Try it. Sold by all
Check a bilious nan-sick feeling be before
fore before it gets serious. A dose of HER HER-BIXE
BIXE HER-BIXE is the remedy. It restores en energy,
ergy, energy, appetite and cheerful spirits.
Price EOc. Sold by all druggists. Ad
It doesn't take a very big compli compliment
ment compliment to swell a small head.
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
Xo great length of time is required
to give a young doctor a wise look.
You can say goodbye to constipation
with a clear conscience if you use
Chamberlain'3 Tablets. Many have been
permanently cured by their use. For
ale by all dealers. Adv.
Before making up 5-our mind, be
sure that you have the right kind of
material in stock.
A tight feeling in the cnest accom accompanied
panied accompanied by a short, dry cough, Indicates
an inflamed condition in the lungs. To
relieve it buy the dollar size BAL BALLARD'S
LARD'S BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP; you
get with each bottle a free HER HER-RICK'S
RICK'S HER-RICK'S RED PEPPER POROUS PLAS PLASTER
TER PLASTER for the chest. The syrup relaxes
the tightness and the plaster draws
out the inflammation. It Is an ideal
combination for curing colds settled
in the lungs. Sold by all druggists, ad
KOLS WEATHER KOMFOETS
We have the largest and best stuck of Lap Robes an J 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 fall to call on us when In need of any anything
thing anything in our line. (
IT. JOSEPH'S ACABEMY
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LORETTO (Xear -ilandarin) Honda
Boarding School for Boys, Conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph.
Boys from Eight to Fourteen Years Received, and Carefully Trained op
Physical, Intellectual, Moral arjd Social Lines. Healthy Location. Mag Magnificent
nificent Magnificent Swimming Pool. Complete Equipment In Scihoolrooms. Dorm
itories, Dining Hall end Recreation Rooms.
Apply for Prospectus to the Sister Superior
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEOT IORETTO. FLORIDA
New Hotel Astor
A. B. Vance, mgr. director
CAFE IN CONNECTION
European I'ten, Sl.GO and up
noOJIS WITII PRIVATE BATH
Hot and Cold Rannlnc Water aad
Telephone In Room. EleTntor
Corner Bay and Hogan streets, one
block from postofflce. Street cars
from Union Station and all steamers
pass the door.
BROADWAY AND-Uth ST.
Clean, Comfortable, i Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, rn
the American and European Plans.
iraf-Vw Plan. 12 per day and up. European Plan. $1.00 per day and
Special Weekly Rates.
Churchill & Co.