The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Frequency:
daily (except sunday)
daily
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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University of Florida
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LIVER REGULATOR
(THE POWDER FORM)
Is a cleansing and strengthening medicine. It is a liver tonic first
of all and the liver is always ar .cU'd" when the stomach goes wrong
It puts life in a torpid liver, helps digestion, sweetens the breath, clears
the complexion of sallowness, relaxes tlii bowls and puts the body in
fine, vigorous condition.

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DR. A. L. BLALOCK.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
OFFU lS OVEU THE
DR. L. F. OLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON
Tiioue 211 0: da. Tin.
J. E. GHAOE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms O, 10 and II, Second Floor.
Holder Block.
OCALA
TERMS.
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J. G. PARVIS,
DENTAL SURGEON.
Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store.
Ocala.f - Florida
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Fine Caslets and -8unsl Robes-
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111 Work
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CHINK
RESTAURANT,
CUAHtEY WAII,
Proprfdor.
Chinese and ftmerican Cooking
Regular Meals
AND
Lisncties
All Food will be well Pre
pared by a Chinaman
who Knows How.
Regular Heals, 25c and Up.
lunches, be.
Located in New Daildlng Be Between
tween Between Hurst fc Garner and
Harnett's .Tailoring: EstaMlah.
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FINE FLORIDA
AND WESTERN
Beef, Pork and Mutton
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7 APALACHICOLA OYSTERS
Fi c sb and Salt Water
Received Every Day

Prompl Service, Good Goods
anil Reasonable Prices
WMWi HOLLAND
Phone' $51' Stall
City Marled
fro
'MISS FURNITURE.

from fool vhkh Ijls ftr-

digested matter as suickly
LSS PACKAGE, St.OO.
It yon ratint r-t It, remit o. we will trnd
put t;t:uiu liqu.Jlonu lurjtiuie vso prefer it.
KENDRICK
Kendrick, March 26. Prayer meet meeting'
ing' meeting' is held every Sunday n'ght at 7:30.
Miss Alta Grace of Fort Meade ar arrived
rived arrived here last Thursday and i3 the
charming- guest of Mrs. Arthur A. Olin
for a week or two. This is Miss Grace's
old home and her many friends are
glad to see her.
Mr. E. C. McLeod was a viistor to
Ocala Friday night.
Mrs. Ilattie Webb and Mrs. Bradford
Webb were visitors to Ocala Friday
afternoon, going: 'down to attend a
meeting of the Kastern Star.
Miss Bertha Guthery entertained a
few friends Friday night. All greatly
enjoyed the evening spent with Miss
Guthery.
Friend;? of Mr. K I Olin will be
glad to 1 ear that he is able to be out
of his lTom now after a confinement
of a few weeks with an abscess on his
ankle.
Miss Irene Nettles was the guest of
her sister, Mrs. MeGehee of Zuber last
week.
Mi?s Anna Belle Wishart left for
South Carolina to spend a couple of
months with friends, Thursday.
Mr. O. J. Jensen's mother of Mobile,
Ala.,( is visiting him now.
Misses Ruth and Isabelle Blowers
were visitors to Kendrick Monday.,
Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle returned
Monday from spending the week-end
with her family and friends In Oeila.
Mr. Fred Munroe of Tallapoosa.iGra.,
Is visiting his father in Zuber. V
Mrs. Arthur A. Olin entertained iast
Friday night in honor of her guest.
Miss Alta Grace of Fort Meade. Miss
Grace is very talented in music! and
selections from her were enjoyed
greatly by all. At a late hour re refreshments
freshments refreshments were served by thehostess
and enjoyed by all. Soon after the
guests depatred all greatjy pleased
with the evening spent at Mrs. Olin's
home. Those present werav Mr. and
Mrs. Bradford Webb, Mr. ind Mrs. j:
E. Turnipseed, Misse3 Alta Grace,
Minnie Lee Carlisle, Martha' Belle -Mc-Leod,
Messrs. W. Bentz, A. J. Roy,
JImmie Hargrove and Paul McLeod.
The ladies of Kendrick and Zuber
met at the home of Mrs. Bradford
Webb Thursday afternoon and organiz organized
ed organized a sewing circle. During the after afternoon
noon afternoon selections on the piano were en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed from Miss Esther Baldware and
later on Mrs. .Webb assisted by Misses
Amanda Spencer and Martha Belle Mc McLeod
Leod McLeod served dainty refreshments. All
greatly enjoyed the afternoon! with
Mrs. Webb. The circle will meet with
Mrs. Herbert Baxter of Zuber next
Thursday afternoon. Those present
were Mesdames J. J. Guthery. Hattie
jj Webb. Ro.a Windmill, W. Bolilware,
j Whitehead and Misses Minnie Lee Car Carlisle,
lisle, Carlisle, Sallie Howell, Esther Boldware,
Martha Belle McLeod, Julia W?bb of
Kendrick and Mesdames S. B. brooks,
M. A. Davis, Herbert Baxter, J. E.
Spencer, J. X. Tiller, C. H. Sh-aw of
Zuber.
School will be out Friday. Miss
Howell will leave for her home at
Plant City Friday night and Miss Car
lisle will go to Ocala the following
day. .
Mr. Vernle Shaw 13 up after a week's
confinement with fever.
FRUIT MEN OF "FLORIDA
InvItefL to Meet With the CItms g,.
chaage in Tampa, Apm i7th
and isth
On Thursday, April 17, there has
been called to meet at the Tampa Bay
Casino, at Tampa, at 9 a. m., a "general
convention of citrus growers of the
state of Florida, whether affiliated
wun- tne .f lorid a citrus Exchange or
not ,to discuss the desirability and
feasibility of organizing a ', Florida
equivalent of the California Citrus
Protective League; and we trust that
as many of our growers as can do so
will be present at this convention,
which will' be presided over by Prof.
H., Harold Hume, the president of the
Florida State Horticultural Society
On the following day, Friday, April
18th, will be held the annual conven
tion of the members of the Florida
Citrus Exchange, and we sincerely
irusi mat every memoer or the ex
change can see his way clear to be
present at this convention, and make
It the biggest and most rousing con
vention
had.
that the exchange has ever
Special rates have been granted by
all railroads in Florida from all the
passenger points in Florida for these
two conventions, and the hotelw have
given special rates.
OPEN' DAY AND NIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. I depot cor
ner. Meals a la carte and lunches t
any hour. Ad.
THE FRESH MAX
The younger society set will give a
play entitled, "The Freshman," in the
Temple Theater, Thursday evening,
April 3. The proceeds will be for the
benefit of the hospital. This bright
little company proposes to give enter
tainments all through the summer for
the benefit of the band and other
worthy causes. A prize of a five-dollar
gold piece will be given to the one
who will send in a suitable name for
the company. The answers must all
be sent to Mr. Gorden Moorhead not
later than noon of Wednesday, April 3.
The winner will be awarded the prize
Thursday night at the Temple.

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LenJnK Water at Dayton are
Ilrlntrfas Hundred of Corpse
to I.lKBt
Dayton, Ohio, March 28. Many bod bodies
ies bodies are being removed from the river
at Riverdale. They are being stacked
three deep along the banks.
It started snowing again yesterday
afternoon.
The estimated dead, 5,000, apparently
is nearly correct. The total number
of dead never will be known and Day Dayton
ton Dayton dreads the day when receding wa waters
ters waters will lay bare the full extent of
the disaster.
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Governor Italston Threatens to Check
Extortion by Putting Indianapolis
Under Martial Law
Indianapolis, March 28. That Indi Indianapolis
anapolis Indianapolis may be put under martial law
was strongly intimated by Governor
Ralston when he learned that prices
on all foodstuffs had ben increased by
commission merchants. The price of
eggs has been, advanced 10 per cent
since yesterday, with correspondingly
higher prices on other commodities.
Beforl'the supply of bread on the west
side had been exhausted, loaves were
selling at twenty cents each. The
supply of meat has been exhausted.
AIRFIELD
Fairfield. March 27. The members
of the PJresbyterian church gave a box
supper last Friday night at the school
house. The total amount raised was
about $25, which goes towards fenc fencing
ing fencing the cemetery.
Mr. John W. Smoak is having a 4 4-inch
inch 4-inch well driven which is over one
hundred feet deep already. The Flor Florida
ida Florida Well Co., L. E. Boiler, manager, is
doing the work. From here they are
going to Mr. Ellis -T. Austell's, where
they are to drive a 4-inch well at his
new dwelling which is- now being
finished.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Payne are bet
ter at present.
The T. and J. has a new engine on
the south end of the road which goes
through our town.
Mrs. Bu3hlin of Jacksonville Is visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. D, Fant-
lUiett DanUler- OfOak Hill was a
visitor here Saturday.
Mrs. U. L. Burkhart of Oalnesville
is visiting her brother, Mr. Ellis T.
Austelle, also, her daughter, Miss Net
tie Lohr.
Mr. H. W. Nettle svis'ted Fairfield
Sunday from Oak Hill.
Mrs.. Ellis T. Austelle and Miss Net
tie Lohr was In town shopping Wed
nesday afternoon.
LEVON
Levon, March 26. The hogs are
starting to clean up the small chick
ens around Levon. A woman notified
Dr. Slaughter about it. He told her to
pen up the hogs and make the owner
pay for the chicks. She penned sev
eral hogs and told Dr. Slaughter to see
whose hogs they were. The doctor was
man enough to say they were his hogs,
Master Robert Simmons from Ocala
ASEPTIC BARBERSHOP
This magnificent new shop is
now open for busiuess The
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Ihrough sanitary, modern in
every respect. Hot and Cold
j running Water.
"First, Class Workmen"
V. C. DETTERICH; Prop.
Harrington Hall Hotel
SMITH'S BARGAINS
ItoU Top DesK ..... $122.00
$7.00 Typewriter Cnalr. . . 4.00
One Vudor Veranda Screen.. 1.75
One Veranda Swine Scat.... 2.00
t
i One Mission Parlor Set. Three
Pieces. Leather Upholstered 24.00
lOne Mission Library a able. .
9.50
One Chest Carpentei Tools.
big bargain, only 18.00
Several Extension Mnlng Tables
from $3 to $11.00. Worth double.
Many other tiargarns, coo.
ShlSTH'
Back' or Marcus Frsjut's
J. BL BRMSOW
Real Estate and Investment
BROKER.
Ocala, Florida.

was down here visiting his grand grandmother.
mother. grandmother. Mrs. Hans Martinson. Mrs.
Martinson took him back to Ocala last
week.
Mr. M. M. Proctor and wife were
visiting their daughter, Mrs. Lucius
Sunday, two weeks ago. They tied
their mule to a tree and towards eve evening
ning evening the mule stripped the halter from
his head and went galloping towards
home. The two Proctor boys had to
go clear to Pedro to get the mule.

IDS 11
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Hundred to, a Thousand Live Lost
In Ohio's Capital City
Columbus, Ohio, March 28. Between
600 and 1.000 persons have lost their
lives in the flooded west side of Co Columbus.
lumbus. Columbus. Discoveries made among the
stricken populace are appalling. The
big state institutions and store rooms
In the hilltop section are crowded with
refugees.
Former Mayor George S. Marshall,
who was in telephone communication
with Attorney Cec'l Randall, his law
partner, said last night that Mr. Ran Randall
dall Randall said the death toll would reach at
least 1,000. The true extent of the
tragedy will not be known until the
mass of wreckage, houses and uproot
ed trees, which are strewn over the
lowlands south of the city are uncov uncov-er.
er. uncov-er. ThH m?ss of debris is under
st evi! feet f water with swift cur
rents running in many directions.
aiv weary:
and $ern
If You Feel Fagged to Fin Fin-a
a Fin-a ish and Utterly Used Up
Here is Quick Relief.
Half the people you meet complain of
weary muscles, stagnant brain, jangled
nerves, and a wonderful desire to lay
down and just quit. Most of theso people
have been' using nervines thai spasmod spasmodically
ically spasmodically flare up the nerves only to die
clown again, as die they must. Avoid
nerve' stimulants. Bear in mind that this
tworn out feeling i3 due to poor blood.
to bacteria In the water you drink; to
the multiplying of destructive germs in
the blood faster than they can be over overcome
come overcome by the white corpuscles; and to
what is known as auto-toxemia, that.con that.con-flition
flition that.con-flition where the venous or impure blood
accumulates faster than it can be re replaced
placed replaced by the red arterial blood.
If you feel played out go to any drug
store and ask for a bottle of S. S. 3.,
Swift's Sure Specific Here Is a remedy
that gets at work in a twinkling; it just
naturally rushes right into your blood",
scatters germs right and left, up and
Sown and sideways.
Totr feel better at once, not from a
stimulant, not from the action of drugs,
but from the rational effect of a natural
medicine just as active and just as time timely
ly timely as to a man who has been lost in the
mountains, is about starved and comes
across a settler just cooking a savory
meal of good honest beef. Do not neglect
to get a bottlo of S. S. S. to-day. It will
make 3'ou feel better In just a few min minutes.
utes. minutes. It is prepared only In the labora laboratory
tory laboratory of The Swift Specific Co., 127 Swift
Bldg.,, Atlanta, Ga. Send for their free
book telling of the many strange condi conditions
tions conditions that afflict the human family by,
reason of impoverished blood,
IS IT YOUR KIDNEYS
Don't Mistake the Cause of Your Trou Troubles
bles Troubles An Ocala Citizen Gives
a Valuable Hint
Many people never suspect their
kidneys. If suffering from a lame,
weak or aching back they think that
it is only a muscular weakness; when
urinary trouble sets in they think that
it will soon correct itself. And so It
is with all the other symptoms of kid kidney
ney kidney disorders. That is where danger
often lies. You should realize that
these troubles often lead to dropsy or
Bright's disease. An effective remedy
for Weak or diseased kidneys is Doan's
Kidney Pills. Read the experience of
a resident of Ocala who has tested
Doan's.
P. H. Gillen, No. I S. Fifth St., Ocala,
Fla., says: I strongly recommend
Doan's Kidney Tills for my experience
with them has convinced me that they
act as represented. I have taken this
remedy on different occasions for
lame and aching back and other
symptoms of kidney complaint and
have always found relief. You are
welcome to publish m r statement."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffola,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name Doans and
take no other. Ad. No. 11
DRAY FOR GENERAL DELIVERY
Mr. A. S. Burgess nas gone Into tHe
transfer and delirery business. He
has a big dray and a team of power
ful mules, with competent men to
manage them, and will haul and deliver
your goods with promptness and good
care. Call phone 470. Ad.
nEST FOR SKIt DISEASES
Nearly every skin disease yields
quickly and permanently to Bucklen's
Arnica Salve, and nothing is better
for burns or bruises. Soothes and
heals. John Deye. of Gladwin, Mich
says, arter suffering twelve years wltn
skin ailment and spending MOO in
doctors bills, Bucklen's Arnica Salve
cured him. It will help -you. Only
25c. Recommended by Tydings &
Company. Advertisement.

Out

BOUGnT AND SOLD, OR RENTED. STOVES OF ALL KIXDS, TRO'KS, BAGS,
CURTAIXS, QUEENS WARE, ETC. IP I H.iTEXT GOT WHAT YOU WAXT I'LL

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Fire Ills Rivers Adding: Their Quotas
to the Ohio's Already
Swollen Flood
Cincinnati, March 28. Two continued
rains of the last : twenty-four hours
completely changed the complexion of
the river situation in this city. Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati Is threatened with one of the
worst floods -in her history. With' the
Muskingum, Scioto and the two Mi Mi-amis
amis Mi-amis pouring their millions of gallons
of water in the Ohio, and the Licking
on the Kentucky side doing likewise.
the river during the night rose to 57.7
feet at this xoint and Is increasing at
the rate of two inches an hour.
The central union station was aban
doned last night and all trains leaving
or entering
the c'ty are being de-
toured.
Eighteen or Twenty Blocks of Ilnsl-
ness Houses and 'Residences
Iturned In Dayton
Sidney, Ohio, March 28. A message
received here from Dayton via Tippe
canoe says that fire has consumed that
territory in the flooded city bounded
on the north by First street, on the
east by St. Clair, on the south by Third
street and on the west by the Boule-
varo. If true the information means
that the territory nine blocks long
and two blocks wide has been burned.
The district described includes a fine
residence section, the Y. M. C. A., the
Beckel House, court house, jail, Central
Union Telephone Company, Callahan
Bank building and several other struc
tures.
State of Ohio, city or Toledo,
' Lucas County. ss,
" Frank J. Cheney makes- oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business In the
city of Tol:do, county and state afore aforesaid,
said, aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the
sum of on hundred dollars for each
and every rase of catarrh that cannot
be cured bj- the use of Hr ll's Catarrh
Cure. Frank J. Chenev.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my presei ce, this 6th day of De
cember, A. D 1886. A. ,W. Gleason.
(Seal) Notary Public
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter internally
nally internally and. ae&s tireetly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all irugglsts, 75c Take
Hall's Family PiliVfor constipation. Ad
COSTS LESS .THAN PAPER
To Paint the walls and woodwork
of a room that has previously been
painted Quantity of L. & M. Paint
needed costs .. . . .73
The painter's labor costs about.. 1.33
Total costs ..................... .$2.06
Two coats of paint cost less than pa papering.
pering. papering. A painted room Is sanitary.
No chance for breeding germs. Use
the L. & M. Semi-Mixed Paint, adding
one part of Turpentine to two parts of
the L. &, M. to make it ready for use.
A child can mix this paint it's so
simple. Sold in Ocala by Mclver &
MacKay. Ad. 1
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
won its great reputation and extensive
sale by its remarkable cures of
coughs, colds and croup. It can be de depended
pended depended upon. Try it. Sold by all
dealers. Advertisement.
MANUSCRIPT COVERS
An elegant line or lawyers' manu
script covers, In any color that could
be desired, Just received at the Star
office. Ad.
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
ternal treatment whatever. This lini liniment
ment liniment is for sale by U dealers. Adv.
LOYAL URDSn OK MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge, No. 539, Loyal Or
der of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock In the Gary build building,
ing, building, third floor. Visiting brothers are
Invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, D'?ator.
E. L. Stapp. Secretary. Ad.
You judge a man not hy 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
ple everywhere speak of it in the high
est terms of praise. For sale by 11
dealers. Adv.
WANTED An energetic young man
of good address to take charge of cir circulation
culation circulation of Tampa Times in Ocala.
Good money to right 'party. See Mr.
Steffey at Harrington Hall after 6:30
today. Adv. It
OLLIE 3IORDIS MARKET OPEX
The market rormeny Known as the
Ollle Mordls' Is now open. "Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and fish.
Orders by phone will receive prompt
mention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right.
Yours respectfully.
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS.
Dealer In Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia.
A tight feeling In the chest accom accompanied
panied accompanied by & short, dry cough, Indicates
an inflamed condition In the lungs. To
relieve It buy the dollar size BAL BAL-LARD'S
LARD'S BAL-LARD'S HOREHOTJND SYRUP; you
get with each, bottle a free HER-
RICK'S RED PEPPER POROUS PLAS PLASTER
TER PLASTER for the chesL 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

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BUtlnger & Carroll Proprietor,
il. It. Carroll, Uuslnesi Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, KOItor.

i years to construct, and cost the state

or Florida millions of dollars, is prac

tically useless unles another half a
dozen millions are expended on It.

Somebody has been stealing on an
Immense scale.

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AX AUTO OUTING

, Entered in the postofflce at Ocala,
F Li., as a cond class mall matter.

Pleasant Trio by Party of Ueaia

People to Daytona and Iletara

RHYDON M. CALL WILL.

The possibilities for. pleasure in an

-automobile trip from Ocala for one or

more days, as one can spare the time,
are very exeat, and more and more of

HE FEDERAL JUDGE our people eacn year are availing

themselves of these delightful trips.

The Jacksonville Metropolis of yes- M A Mr, T t. Munroe, who had

terday says; Judge Rhydon M. Call, for as tneir guests Mr. T. D. Lancaster, Jr..
nearly twenty years Judge of the! f th funroe & Chambliss Bank, and

fourth judicial circuit, has been ap- Mlss Marshall, superintendent of the
pointed by President Wilson to be Marion pounty Hospital, have just re re-United
United re-United States district judge for the turne,j fr0m an unusually pleasant Ave
southern district of Florida. His ap- dayH jaunt In Mr. Munroe's big new
pointment, which was announced late Cadillac.
yesterday afternoon, was made upon Th arty left Ocala In the morn-

th recommendation or united states ilngt passed through Leesburg, Tavares,

Senators netcner ana uryan 01 nor- M Dora, Plymouth, Apopka and ar ar-M&,
M&, ar-M&, made to Attorney General Mc- rjvei at Orlando in the late afternoon,
Reynolds. The attorney general, in stayJnfr an night at that place and
turn, recommended the appointment of spent tne next afternoon seeing the
JuJgo Call to the president. Owing to beautiful country around there. From
the fact that Congress is not In ses- Orlando they went to Winter Park and
slon, the appointment has not been inspected Rollins College and surpris surpris-coaflrmed.
coaflrmed. surpris-coaflrmed. but it is expected that fav- ed Joe Borden, formerly of the M. & C.
cruble action will be taken by the Bank, an)j joe was 8ure glad to see
Senate Immediately after the opening tnem From Winter Park a run was
of the special session on Monday, the maje to Sanford, where the second

th of April. InUht was spent and the Celery City

IHKBI"

A Remarkable Iaterpretatloa Tol Tol-stoy'a
stoy'a Tol-stoy'a Novel -Blaaeae Walsh la
tbe Prloelpal Role

Reviewed by Louis Reeves Harrison,
Celebrated Critic of New York

In Motion Pletnrea at tne Ideal Tneater
Monday Matinee and Monday and
Taeaday Evenlaga, March 31
nnd April 1

Rhydon M. Call of Jacksonville,

was looked over and the party was

Judge of the fourth Judicial circuit and mucn pleased with that thriving com

munity. From sanford the party went

to DeLand, spent a short time in the

college city and went on to Daytona,

where they spent one night and part

of two days. There they met Mr. and
Mrs. II. C Jones, who are staying

a. distinguished citizen, was born in

1'ernaridina, January 3, 1858.
Ills father was Major George W,
Call, an eminent Florid'an and a gal gallant
lant gallant officer of the Second Florida reg regiment,
iment, regiment, who met his death at the bat

tle of Seven Pines, in 1862, while fight- there for several weeks and Mr. Jones
lnjf for the land that gave him birth. wno has often been there before and

Thus losing a fathers protection at an knows all of that delightful resort,

early age. Judge Call was reared at snowed them over the country and
the home of his grandparents, Rhy- their stay there was very pleasant.

doa G. and Sarah B. (Smith) Mays, and The ocean beach was in prime condi

ii was at their orange grove in Fut-ltIon and lt was moat exilerating to

nam county that he received his prl- feel the big car eat up the miles and

mary education.'
In 1874 he matriculated at Washing Washington
ton Washington and Lee University and he grad-

drive the sea air into the lungs of its

occupants.

Daytona is now entertaining 10,000

NATIONAL HELP FOR

THE FLOOD SUFFERERS.

uated from that famous institution J visitors and 80.000 have been there dur-

wlth the degree of bachelor or law in lng the 8eason. The improvements

J87. He was at once admitted to tne ar(, wonderful and the advance of

bar in Virginia, but did not begin the property values both in the city and

practice of his profession until two on the ocean beach is remarkable.

years later when he came to jactcson- The party returned via DeLand,
vllle and entered upon his legal work. Upending the fourth night there, and

In a remarkably short time he thor- came home via Crows Bluff. The
oughly established himself as a lawyer WOrse. road they encountered was

of unusual ability, and from that time around the east side of Lake Weir.

he has been prominently identified fTne WOrst of the other roads was not

with the legal profession of the state. jto compare with that stretch of a few

Both In the capacity of an advocate miies, sometimes called "the crime of

and as circuit Judge he has won the Marion county," and by others "Mar-

golden opinions of his contemporaries, lion's disgrace." But we have the pleas

Judge Call has often teen called lng assurance that this piece of Toad

upon to serve the people in various of- wjh be hardened within two months,

flcial positions, and h's record in that

regard is enviable.

' Forsix years he -was a member of
the city council of Jacksonville. In

January, 1887, he was appointed Uni

ted States district attorney for the President Wilson has thrown open

northern district of Florida by Presi-jthe resources of the federal govern

dent Cleveland, serving for two years, jment to the homeless thousands fight fight-until
until fight-until he was succeeded by a republican i Ing against water, flame and famine

appointee; was appointed solicitor of in Ohio and Indiana.

Duval county by Governor Fleming in I More than $350,000 already has been

1891. v I expended and the president Is deter-
In this position he served with credit 1 mined that no red tape shall stand In

until June 3, 1893, when he resigned to I the way of instant relief everywhere

accept the judgeship of the fourth ju-1 Secretary Garrison of the war depart

dicial circuit tendered him by Govern-1 ment left yesterday on orders from the

or Mitchell. Judge Call Iras continued I president to survey the situation in

his honorable service upon the bench J Ohio and direct the government's re
since that time, having been re-ap-1 lief expeditions and Mr. Wilson an

pointed by Governor Bloxham In July, I nounced that if communication with

1899. jthe filood districts continued Imperfect

Phillips for Attorney land the presence of the chief execu

It is generally believed that Herbert tIve was required to issue emergency

S. Phillips, at present state's attorney executlve orders, he would go to the

for the Hillsborough county district, zone of the disaster himself.

will be appointed United States district!' Not only are the war and postofflce

attorney for the southern district of J departments straining every effort to
Florida within a few days, succeeding be of service but the navay department

Richard P. Marks, who failed of con- haa Issued orders to its recruiting

flrmation by the Senate, but is holding stations in the Central West to send its

a temporary appointment made by I marines, physicians and officers train

Judge W. B. Sheppard. ed in rescue work to cooperate with

the army medical staffs. Power tooats

VACCINATION AT" tana sKias nave been ; dispatched from

naval stations on the Great Lakes,

Secretary McAdoo, of the treasury de

Everybody at the White House, in- J partment sent fiurgeon General Rupert

eluding President Wilson, members of I Blue of the United, States publi

his family, clerks, servants and do- health service to the flood districts

mestics, about 150 in all, has been vac-land placed at the disposal of the gov

cinated as a precaution against small- ernors of Ohio and Indiana all United
pox. White House' physicians began States life-saving stations in those
the work by vaccinating Mrs. Wilson states. Secretary McAdoo has waived

and her three daughters, and next day! customs regulations so that the relief

the president and Secretary Tumulty! supplies could enter free from Can

submitted to the operation. jada.

Though there have been a few cases Secretary Redfield, of the depart

of smallpox discovered in the public ment of commerce, has ordered all

buildings of the national capital, it did I available boats in the lighthouse ser

not become known until Wednesday! vice near the Ohio river to take part

that the parents of a domestic employ- in the relief work,

THE WHITE HOUSE

ed at the White House had become af afflicted
flicted afflicted with the disease. Dr. Cary
Grayson, one of the naval aides, imme immediately
diately immediately began an investigation and by

Condensed Reports of the Calamity

Revised estimates of the losses of
life in Dayton, O., received last night

nightfall most of the people living in 1 ,' TX Vu Z T
t r lall sections affected by the flood will

and about the White House had been
Inoculated.
The president and his family set a

not exceed 2,000 and may go below that
figure. Investigators who penetrated
f h D flrinA? cartf Inn f nil nT inn4iAila

good example, and one that might be i;;; 71 V , V r T
.. . . I whom it was feared were lost. Unless

well -followed by Ocala people. A great
many people dread vaccination un unreasonably,
reasonably, unreasonably, and some even more un unreasonably
reasonably unreasonably denounce it To all these
is the brief and telling answer that no

swelled by a death list in the foreign

settlement on the north side, as yet
unreached, there may not be more than

200 dead in the whole city..

person vaccinated in time has had the ,'1Z .Jl J T I
xt io mn .JJeath list grew rapidly yesterday and

v.. .v,' , tt last night. There was heavier loss of

,,-,,1.1 k J lif 6 in the west side of Columbus. O.

jthan was thought. One estimate placed

the number of dead, at more than 600.

Apparently authentic reports from

Piqua indicated that twenty were dead

there. At Peru. Ind., the authorities

i estimate the death, list will reach at

the virus would have saved at least
one valuable life.

FAIR TEST FOR FRIEDMANX
Dr. Rupert Blue, the surgeon gener-

(Contlnued from Yesterday)

These experiences tortured him at a
la'ter period, but all unnecessarily. The
spirit of nobility that was in him rose
out of what we affect to despise in
others, and he was now in possession
of many Important secrets relating to
two-sided human nature. He emerged
from raw self-satisfaction to a com

prehension of his fallibility and a real realization
ization realization that he might accomplish
something for humankind by a dra

matic illustration of the wrong done
those of clean starting point and
criminal environment on whom society

seems to wreak uncalled-for veng

eance.

During his self-dissatisfied struggle

he wrote towards "Resurrection he

was always trying to show that im

perfect beings can not .act perfectly in
a world where "not perfection, but pro

gress is man's normal condition" but
not until he had passed over the sum summit
mit summit of his literary fame into the

grandeur of sunset life which illu illumines
mines illumines the world with radiant colors
did he attempt to show in this form.

that we must aim ahead of present
practices rather than cruelly punish

them. His Instrument, the contrasts.

of human personality in varied en environment,
vironment, environment, he wrote the novel to
stimulate the tenderest sentiments in

human hearts.

The novel had its troubles with the

press censors of St. Petersburg there
is a very rigid censorship of the press

in Russia for the purpose of prevent preventing
ing preventing the circulation of anything obnox obnoxious
ious obnoxious to the present political system
and some parts of it were eliminated,

but there is enough of it as it is of no
value to admirers of Tolstoy in other
countries. The great essentials of the
story remain, and the motive behind
its pictures of an unhappy phase of
life still existing fully warrants their

presentation.

The photodrama adheres to a single

line of action, that pertaining to the
central figure, Katusha, a country girl
of superb vitality, faulty training and
limited experience. With a negative

personality, that of a quiet and unas

suming young woman waiting in half half-Innocence
Innocence half-Innocence for the alliance that is to ef

fect a great change in her life, and
wondering what nature designed her
for, Katusha has that mysterious

magnetism which attracts men of all
classes. Her experience from the

outset, from the time we see her fare-

foot and working in the fields, is that

of a crwature who may find in love

her supreme exaltation, yet she is giv

en no view of man save that side of

him which unceasingly seeks to appro

priate the object of his desires.

She has rustic suitors, "both raw and

half-baked, who try all the'r clumsy

arts on the girl, but she preserves her

own moral integrity to the end that
she is given what is supposed to be a
superior environment. She is placed
in service, with an aristocratic family
composed principally of two maiden
ladles. There she performs her duties

satisfactorily until a dashing nephew.

Prince Nekludov, appears on the scene,

and even she makes only faint re

sponse to his ardent protestations. The
handsome young prince persists in

trying to enlist the interest of this at

tractive servant until, after the expira expira-t'on
t'on expira-t'on of two years, she falls madly In

love with him. x

This constitutes her first and only
crime. ; Under the social conditions
prevailing at the time and place the

result is inevitable. Cupid is no re

specter of conditions. As a clever

Frenchman has put U:
"L'amour. est enfant de Boheme.
"II n'a jamais monnu de lol."

In plain English, Cupid is too much

of a Bohemian to respect the laws. It
might be further said that custom
gives immunity to the man and lays
all the burden of sorrow and shame
on the woman as well as the penalties

paid for subserving the established

order of society. What leads to the

humiliation and debasement of the lov

ing girl is a mere incident with the
young prince. He leaves her to court
and win a woman in his Own sphere of
society after forcing a small sum of

money upon her, and the flame of hope

he lighted in her heart flickers a little

while, only to die out forever.

AMUSEMENTS

"Jane Eyre"
A rather small but appreciative au audience
dience audience witnessed this charming play at
the Temple last night. Miss Lilian
Piekert most brightly and charmingly
presented Jane, and Mrs. Pickert and
Miss Grace very cleverly carried out
their rather unpopular parts. : Val
Cleary was rather young for Roches Rochester,
ter, Rochester, but he played the part all right.
Messrs. Whitman, Joor. Winter, Bran Bran-dan,
dan, Bran-dan, Dodson and Chauneey were right
there with the goods in their respec respective
tive respective roles. "Jane Eyre" is almost
the brightest of which was the dance

Pickerts brought it out very welL
There were some clever specialties,
the brighest of which was the dance
by the three pretty Pickert girls, help helped
ed helped out by their ever useful and versa versatile
tile versatile dad.

The Pickerts will give "The Chief of

Police, or the Fifth Commandment," a

highly interesting and up to date play

tonight, and at tomorrow afternoon's

matinee, they will play the "Hotel

Upside Down." a most amusing com

edj'. Tonight's play is based on actual
happenings in the famous Becker case.

Hill i i J' wmMtsem

mE YOU eM(S ON, A VACA1WM?

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.

1

OCALA

FLORIDA

Four Reela at the Ideal Tonight
-The Ideal theater was taxed to its
capacity at all three shows last night
with an extra fine program of pictures.
Tonight four reels with five pictures.
The Three Wise Men. one of Seng's
powerful dramas, depicting the moral
of the birth of Christ, is an exception exceptionally
ally exceptionally fine subject. Dangers of the Street,
one of Edison's descriptive, and in instructive
structive instructive pictures, coupled with a

Heroic Rescue are both good ones.

Drink's Lure is one of the Biograph

Company's great object lessons and

has a beautiful moral attached. The

Artist and the Brute is a story of a

woman s hand to hand battle with a
leopard and is an exciting animal pic

ture. Don't forge the Ideal tonight,

NORTH LAKE LOT SALE

al of the health service, issued a for

mal statement on the Friedmann treat- j least 150.

man r Tni Til ro?ii ineia in" thf. erot i -r . ...

. . v..,-. vu,v.- rrora nammon ntty persons were
ment, which is the first official expres- reported drowned in the collapse of a
slon from any branch of the govern- hotel where they had sought refuge,
ment on the Friedmann treatment, Twenty-five deaths were reported from
General Blue cautions the public to Troy. O.. thirty in Middletown and five
suspend judgment and wait until the at Massilon.
public health service has carried its Deaths from the flood in Chillicothe
Investigation far enough to warrant will not exceed twenty-five,
some definite conclusion regarding the A report from' Linton, Ind.. gave
Friendmann method and its efficacy. It sixteen persons drowned at Howesvlllei
is the intention of Dr. Blue to have twenty-five miles south of Terre
this work carried along as rapidly as Haute.
is consistent with thorough perform- There were ten deaths at Sharon, Pa.
ailCe. Estlmatoa arc that 7ft AAA

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marooned In Dayton's flooded district

NO WONDER IT IS COLD where 15.000 homes have been sub-
A dispatch from Atlanta last night merged. Rescue stations are provld provld-said:
said: provld-said: The mercury was at thirty-five ing for 5,000 homeless. The property
at noon yesterday after heavy wind damage in the city is figured at $25, $25,-and
and $25,-and rain last night. Communication 000.000.
to ..he east and the north was com- Later reports from Zanesville are
pletely cut off. that fifteen lives are believed to have
A severe rain, wind and hailstorm been lost there. About 15,000 are
Wednesday night was followed Thurs- homeless. A score of buildings col col-day
day col-day by snow flurries air over North lapsed. Fire broke out at one point
Georgia. but it was not believed it would
The mercury wan around freezing spread.

point at Chattanooga Thursday after-1 Fires In Dayton's flooded district
noon. subsided yesterday but broke out again

last night.

You would have felt awful badly! Flood conditions along the Ohio are

this morning if the sun had risen to I growing worse, low lands are inun-

find your family houseless, hungry and dated. Still higher stages and further

shivering half-clad in the bitter cold. damage is predicted.

That was the experience of fifty thou- Flood conditions in West Virginia
sand families in Ohio and Indiana, have become dangerous. Eastern Penn Penn-Brlng
Brlng Penn-Brlng it home to yourself and con- sylvania is suffering severely,
tribute what money you can spare to Northern and Western New York are
their relief. flood-stricken. Heavy property dam

age has followed in the, Hudson and

Major Slattery says that the East! Mohawk valleys and in the western

Coast Canal, which took over twenty! part on the southern tier.

un Tuesday, April 22, Capt. R. C,

Johnstone is arranging to put on an

auction sale of his beautiful residence

lots at the old Chautauqua' grounds at

North Lake Weir, one of the most

I beautiful spots on the entire lake.

Capt. Johnstone has secured the ser

vices of the Bowman Realty Company

or Huntington, West Va, to conduct

me saie and Major Combs, a well

known auctioneer, will cry the bids

Capt. Johnstone will give away a free
lot and serve a dinner on. the grounds
to the people. The sale will be ex

tensively advertised and on account of
the desirability of the property and the
demand there has been for north side
lots, it is expected to be a great suc

cess.

FKEL RIGHT ALL THE TIME

J. F. JENKINS,

G. K. WILLIAMS,

E. M. WILLIAMS

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OCALA, FLORIDA.

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General IBM Edinegi CoetractoFS
Office and Warehouse on Osceola St.,;' One Block northeast of Government Bid.
. ..'; PHONE 380.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN BUILDING CONSTRUCTION.
Hydrated Lime, No Wasted Cost of Slacking Eliminated.
Portland Cement, Fresh and Pure. Hard Plaster Direct from the Mill.
Brick, Full size and Plenty. Sewer Pipe and Fittings First Quality.

Don't Let Periodical Spells of Lazy

Liver Ruin Your Temper and
Spoil Your Work

If your liver doesn't behave right

all the time If it sometimes stops
working and you become bilious and

"headachy" don't take calomel, but

try Dodson's Liver Tone.

You are safe in taking Dodson's

Liver Tone. It's a harmless, pleasant

vegetable remedy that starts the liver

without stirring up your whole sys

tem as calomel often does. It Is espe especially
cially especially good for children who need a.

liver tonic once in a while, but who

should not be dosed with strong drugs.

Dodson's Liver Tone is sold by the

Court Pharmacy. This store guar guarantees
antees guarantees it with a clean open and shut

guarantee your money back with a
smile If it fails to satisfy you. Price,

50 cents a bottle, and your money is

as safe as If you had it in your pocket.

If you need the medicine you need it

badly if it doesn't satisfy you your

money back. Buy a. bottle from the
Court Pharmacy today under .this
guarantee. Ad. 4

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HAVE YOUR HOUSE SCREENED

Let us measure your house, and ,fit

it with screens. We make here at
home as good a screen for less money

than you can get anywhere. Ocala

Lumber & Supply Co. 3-25-tf

To Stop the Cough Cure the Tickling
Spray or mop the throat with the won1efnl

antiseptic. DR. PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC

HEALING OIL. It Cures in One Dy. ri'y

directions with each boiUe.- 25c. 50c. $121

Beck's hard water soap, "ten cents

per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv

If you have Ind'gestion, 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
13 the greatest combination of internal,
external and anticeptic medicines
known to medical science. Price, 50
cts. per bottle. Sold by druggists.' Adv.

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BEX nUR WILL BE BEATEX

Ocala, Ma., March 28, 1913.
The people of Marion county will at
an early date witness a daring, dash dashing
ing dashing automobile demonstration on the
Blitchton so-called hard road. Now
the condition of the obligation Is such
that if a certain Mr. J. of Ocala shall
well atd truly make an average speed
of forty miles an hour for the first
five miles beginning where the Blitch Blitchton
ton Blitchton road crosses the A. C. I railroad
near the residence of Joe Potter, then
a property holder on the line of road
will make the aforesaid Mr. J. a gift
of fifty dollars, otherwise the demon demonstrator
strator demonstrator forfeits his right to the gift
and shall make a free will offering to
the property owner of a like sum. This
demonstration may result in the dis discovery
covery discovery that slippery Joint clay for road
surfacing is superior to lime or other
material. One Who Was Present.
FOR SALE 1

We 'have a limited number of lots
for ale in the beautiful little town, of
Orange Springs, all within short dis distance
tance distance of the bathing spring and also
near the railroad station. The size of
the lots is to be 50x150 feet. These
lots if sold at once will be sold very
reasonable, and if desired can give you
terms. The New South Farm & Home
Company will soon open up their town
lots and start to Improving the
springs, and building streets and side sidewalks.
walks. sidewalks. If Interested, write to box 75.
Orange Springs. Fla. 3-28-6td Itw

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LOOK:
50c and 60c Sheets for
39c
15c Pillow Slips for
9 c
Men's $22.50 and $25 Tail Tailored
ored Tailored Suits for
$11.85 r
$17.50 Suits for.
$9.35
$15.00 Suits for
$6.50
$6.00 and $8 Suits for
$3.90
BETTER GET HERE EARLY
LOOK-
Misses' $1.25 Shoes for
75c
Ladies $1.50 Shoes for
97c
Ladies' $3 and $3.50 Shoes
$2.30
Children's Shoes Lit Little
tle Little Prices
RAILROAD FARE
RETURNED
To out of town people buy buying
ing buying $20. or more in a
radius of 30 miles

To her Husband's Goat
Tail Begging and Plead Plead-ing
ing Plead-ing for money to
Spend at

SATURDAY

WILL

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KILLED AT ST. PBTERSBl'BG

TWO EIT EVEXIXGS AXD SAT SATURDAY
URDAY SATURDAY MATINEE
Heftlnnlae ToaJght With
"The Chief of Police
OR THE

Fifth Commandment,

will be tfce Play for this Errslnsr.
POPULAR PRICES

FOR
FUK RENT ornces n folder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.

DR. D. SL B0NEY
OPTOMETRIST

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EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
Optometry Of flee and Laboratory
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12 a. m., 1:20 to 4:S0 p. m. 5
Eooms 2-E Gary Butiaiiiff. Ocala, Fla.

V.. II. Flasx. ot Dattle Creek, Mich Mich-one
one Mich-one of the best known winter residents
in b't. Petersburg, was run down and
killed by the sail ear used by the Hibbs
Fish Company, on the A. C, L. dock
this afternoon, while fishing: from the
bay side of the pier. St. Petersburg
Independent, 27th.

SUICIDE OF AX OLD CITIZEN

Orlando. March 28. The body of
Jerome Palmer was found in a small
lake southwest of the city yesterday.
The supposition is that Mr. Palmer
was out of his head from a recent ill illness
ness illness and took his own life, Mr. Pal Palmer
mer Palmer has been a resident and business
man of Orlando since 1885. and for
years conducted a successful clothing1
store on Orange avenue. He was un unmarried,
married, unmarried, but leaves a brother and sis sister
ter sister In his native state, Virginia.

NOTICE
The tax assessment roll for the city
of Ocala for the: year,, A. D. 1913, is
now completed as the same will be
presented to the city council- The said
tax roll will be open for inspection
during ofSce hours at the city clerk's
office from this date until the. second
Tuesday in April, being the 8th day of
said month, on which date at 8 o'clock
p. m the city council will sit as an
equaiiati on board to hear complaints
asrainst assessments as made by the
city tax assessor, and to correct as assessments
sessments assessments of value of property. All
complaints must made to the coun council
cil council in writing on or before the date
aforesaid.. H. C. Sistrunk
City Clerk and Assessor of Taxes of
the City of Ocala.
This March 28th, 1913.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.

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When you pay a doctor for a skillful diagnosis you want to get full
value for your money. If the medicine that you get on his orders is not all
that It should be you are the loser. It is of supreme Importance that the con

tents of your prescription be fresh and reliable just as it is of importance
tha your doctors orders are carefully followed. Bring your prescriptions to
us to be filled and they will be compounded from fresn, reliable drugs. And
what's more we offer you the same prompt and polite service that our cus customers
tomers customers have beet enjoying right,, along. Try us with the next prescription.
THE COURT PHARMACY
THE DRUG STORE ON THE SQUARE
OCALA - - FLORIDA

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General Contractor
and Builder
tfodera Hantea, Store a ad Office Build.
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Are you thinking success or are you thinking fail failure?
ure? failure? If you are thinking success, you MUST begin by
banking some money, because MONEY IS THE KEY
TO SUCCESS. It will enable you to grasp a good
business chance; it will give you better standing and
better credit in your community.

DO-YOUR BANKING WITH US

We Pay

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WORK YOUR GARDEN WITH TOOLS YOU BUY BUY-FROM
FROM BUY-FROM US AND THEY WON'T ALWAYS BE BREAKING.
WE "KAKE" TilE MARKET FOR THE BEST GARDEN
TOQLS AND HARDWARE MADE.
WE "HOE OUR OWN ROW" BY GIVING OUR CUSTOM CUSTOMERS
ERS CUSTOMERS GOOD HARDWARE FORTHEIR GOOD MONEY.

! iiiri! Hardware

Co.,

Phone 118.

OCALA

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Undertaker Smith, pn ones 10 and 94.

Ic7-Hot bottles at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Ad.

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

FOR SALE Indian Runner dock
eggs at 11 per setting. Phone 68. 3-18-6

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

WANTED Time clerk and stock
room man. Oc;ala Iron Works. 3 22 6t

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

Palmer' toilet, articles can he round
at the Court Pharmacy. Adv.

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

Plckard's line hand-painted china at
Burnett, the jeweler's. Ad.

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

The Star h,ears a direful humor that
there has been an epidemic of mumps
in Atlanta.

Pearl tooth brushes are sold at
aerie's Drug Stores at 2oc. and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ad.

Mr. D. W. Tompkins went to Mica Mica-nopy,
nopy, Mica-nopy, Lochloosa and Hawthorne to today.
day. today.

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

FOR RENT j-Fleasant room. Large.
Two beds. Close In. Gentlemen. Ad Address,
dress, Address, Reasonable, care Star.

Mr. Will Gray is again with the Ar Arcade,
cade, Arcade, Will is a skilled barber and his
services are always in demand.

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

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

Mr. H. C. Jones came over from Day Day-tona
tona Day-tona yesterday, to attend to business
affairs.

ROOMS FOR RENT Large, cool,
furnished rooms for rent. Apply to
Mrs. T. H. Wallis, 116 South 2nd St.

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

Rheinauer's is the place to And the

best makes and most popular prices' of
ladles' and children's shoes. Ad.

Ladies, have your dresses, gloves

and plumes dry. cleaned by J. S. Crom

er, phone 451.

3-6-tf

Mr. L. R. Robinson of the Ideal says

Gabriel will have nothing on him he

will have a little resurrection of his

own Monday night.

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LOST A watch pin, in the shape of

a flying bat, with a small diamond in

each wing. A suitable reward will be
paid if returned to Marcus Frank. 3 25

MEN Write for my illustrated cat

alogue showing how I teach the barbe

trade auickly, cheaply, thoroughly. X

B. Moler, President, Atlanta, Ga.

Gentlemen, ? have your suit

and neckties dry cleaned by

knows how. J. S. Crome

451. 3-6-tf,

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WHO KILLED JOtt HILDRE?f f

(Job. 1:19.)
The Dayton disaster has appalled
the civilized world. A great, modern,
beautiful, American city yesterday
teeming with a happy, wealthy, pros prosperous
perous prosperous multitude, lies today fpartly
burned, partly submerged, wholly de devastated.
vastated. devastated. Paraphrasing Job. 1:1S:
"And while the people of Dayto were
eating and drinking in their ow or
each other's houses, there caVje a
great wind out of the southwest.

bringing on its funnelled and furious

clouds, and the storm smote the lour

corners of the beautiful city, till
wreckage and ruin filled its streets
and destroyed many of its fairest sons
and daughters." Did the same devil
that handled the storm which wrecked
the home of Job's first born son, man manipulate
ipulate manipulate the disturbances last week in
this country? If so, by what author authority?
ity? authority? If he did not, who did? Could
God have prevented It? If not, are
his laws greater than he? If he could
and did not interfere, does It honor his
goodness? What does the Bible teach
on the subject of special and general
providences? What practical lessons
for us In Florida may be learned from
the cry of human suffering that comes
to us from the valley of the Ohio? Mr.
Ley invited his thoughtful friends of
all faiths and no faith to hear him on
Sunday at 11 a, m. in the'diseussion of
some of the points raised by the above
Interrogation.

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Mr. Mm. J. J. Gerls: Entertained

t&ajrfitBK Card Club

Thursday evening Mr. and-Mrs.

Jake Gerlg nts t V4ia.nxn r!y entertain

ed the membersLfif the Evening Card
Club-and a few otjyer. friends at their

tovjax nome on wise ear avenue.

included

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Mr. and Mrs. Gerig's guests

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,V. thn airnllon furies or hll T st n t

"" -""I other, guests watched ..and chatted

KXOW HOW IT IS XOW

Mr. A. M. Wing has received the fol following
lowing following letter from Mr. Arthur Collins,
who sold his- place south of town re recently
cently recently and left for South Dakota.
"Perhaps you have the news that we
derailed the Dixie -Flyer twenty-three
miles south of Macon, and that the
Collins family was among the unin uninjured.
jured. uninjured. Of course, it never would have

happened if the Collins, family had no

been on the train. We were pretty well
shaken -up, as the car turned half-wy

over and rested on the bottom o

grade upside down. we receivedi a

few bumps and bruises but nothin

serious. I have often wondered just
how it seemed, to be In a car that was
tin-r ing over; now I know and my
curi-Jilty is satisfied forever."

CAItI OF TItAVKS

We wish to give our sincere thanks
to the many friends and brother Odd
Fellows fur their kindness and many
floral tokens, showing their deep sym sym-jatby
jatby sym-jatby for us in the sickness and death
of our beloved son and brother.
Mr. and Mrs. E. 1 1. Goodwin and
family.

ltOYAL, ARCH COWOCATIO.Y

gaily with the players during the pro progressions.
gressions. progressions. Those playing were Mr. and Mrs.

Louis Chazal, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Wood Wood-row,
row, Wood-row, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lloyd, Mr. and!
Mrs. George Robinson, Mr. and Mrs.
B. A. Weathers, Mrs. Vernie Stevens 1
and Mrs. George Ford. I
The rooms where the tables were'
placed were beautifully and artistlcal-;

lv adorned with nasturtium frnm thi

hostess' garden and roses 'and liliesl

from Arden. Pot ferns were arranged?

about the rooms. The game of bridge

was played progressively and all tool

quickly the pleasant hours flitted by.'

Mrs. George Robinson won the ladies'!

club prize, a dainty pearl pendant, and
Mr. Muhroe captured the cut glass'
vase, as gentleman's prize. After the
games a delicious course supper con-j
sisting of chicken aspic on lettuce,!

wafers, olives, chicken salad, potato
chips and strawberry sherbet were
beautifully and daintily served by
Mrs. Gerlg assisted by her sweet little
daughter and Mrs. George Ford.
The evening with Mr. and Mrs.
Gerig was a most delightful one and
thoroughly enjoyed by all present.

Mra. Hooker the Guest of the Tampa j

"uign'-:-

Trfe Tampa Woman's Club will mee

.xhis afternoon, at he .city park club!

house, Mrs. J. TJ Aderson having!

Mrs. William

You are never too late to learn
until you are too old to earn.
Start to-day a checking account.

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OCALA NATIONAL BABIS

THE

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CAPITAL FULL PAin IV TMt.
Ii D. STOKES. Cash Ur.
EDWARDS, Pres. CLARENCE CAMP, Vice Pr.

The regular convocation of the

Ooala chapter of Royal Arch Masons
will be held in its hall this evening.
Companion Caldwell, most exalted highrJ
kine;. will be with the Ocala chap
p. m., and will be with the Ocala chapf

ter for the purpose of exempllfyin

the work in the several degrees at thi
meeting. He will be "at home

at the Harrington Hall after the wor

of the chapter, and a banquet will b

given. i ne committee on arrange

ments and entertainment, consisting of
Companions A. E. Burnett, C. Y. Miller
and R. E. Yonge. will do their. part to
make it of interest to every Royal
Arch Mason to be with us orf-this oc occasion.
casion. occasion. anii -.. all companions of our

chapter, as well 9V)siung compan companions,
ions, companions, are rteffectf ully invited Toattend.

Committe

cnarge or tne p

Hocker of Ocala, will be the honor

guest and has been (invited to givejct
talk. Mrs. J. H. "PfStt "hag tnarTofl

tthTS"Tnusic. The program will be as'

follows:

mo auttiiis ten us lueas, iu uuri
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creuu ue ii.spoKen mat we moderns

are building houses for them." A.
Bronson Alcott.
Responses, current events.
Music, "Serenata," (Maskewski), and
"humoresque," Mrs. Charles Dickens.
"Missions," Mrs. J. C. Tims.
"The Immigrant." MrsV Barron Phil Phillips.
lips. Phillips. Reading, Mrs. Louis Baldrlck.
"Controlling Ideas In American Life,"
Mrs. J. H. Fessenden.

Reading, Miss Hayes. j

Musical, "I Hear You Calling," (Mar (Marshall),
shall), (Marshall), and a short song, Miss Emma
Peet.

YoV CAm BUY PCOg,
LUMBER AT rT

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ONLY THE BEST i fKxk
.BUILDING X-Xb

.1 inspect-

Of fifteen,
acks have
nd it was

The city clerk and mars

ed the hacks this morning,
only three passed. Ocala

been on the bum lately,

time to give them an overhauling.
Are you going to tane a bath? Then
go to the Court Pharmacy -ana get a
bar of Beck's hard water soaponly

ten cents per cake. Adv.

FOR SALE A 1912 model Maxwell
runabout; wind shield and prestollte.
In good condition. The price for cash

Is low. Inquire of C. R. Tydings,

Dhone 64 or 30. 3-26-3t'

Mr. Oliver Mathews and Mr. w. T.

Taylor, two of Flemlngton's worthy

farmers and stock raisers, were. In

town today and made this office
pleasant call.

Use Dike's Quinine and Sage Hair

Tonic once a week ori your head and

enjoy a healthy, clean scalp. You will

find thl3 excellent tonic at the Court

Pharmacy. Adv.

FOR RENT Furnished rooms In

modern home, for couple or two young

men. With board or without. Phone

378. 3-21-tf

Siir. jonn m. ufuaweu, me veteran
editor of the Jasper News, and grand

king of the Royal Arch Masons, is In
the city, a guest of the' Harrington and
his brother Mason, who he will meet
at the Masonic loage room tonight. Mr.
Caldwell Is one off the remarkable men

of our state, ami a power In Hamilton
county, where le has always been an
influence Jfor tie best in government
and progress. Atlis paper, the News, is
second only 1 the Bible In the esti

mation of hifellow citizens of Jasper
and vicinity. He met among other
warm personal friends in Ocala, Dr. D.

M. Smith, who was his family physi

cian while aresideht" of Jasper, and

has, formed for him a friendship that

intervening years has not diminished

Mr. Caldwell was a welcome visitor to.

the Star office. His brother Maso

showing him Ocala and all the ar

te nt i onu u e hls xa t ted of fl ce.

Highly Honored

A special from St. Petersburg: to the

Tampa Tribune says: With impressive
ceremonies, Missplijejlia Gray, one of
the attractive jrad- popular youns -la-

ies of St. PfiJsburg? was crowned

queen- of the St. Petersburg, fair this

morning by Mayo A. C. Pheil, while

thousands cheered and the band nlav-

M"i ss Gray, was winner "of 'ttve 'rxviz

for queen after an exciting finish, her
nearest competitor being Miss Minnie
Barry. The race for queen had lagged
until the last day when friends of Miss
Gray and Miss Barry began to work

hard and the result was the piling up
of a total of 15,595 votes to 14,703 for
Miss Barry. The crowning took place
on Central avenue at Third street and
all traffic wa's suspended for a time.

he crowd filling the street.

Miss Gray, as queen presided, at the
Uill tonight,, which brought to a close

the bisr'fair and tourists cnrntual 'TVio

ba?l room was crowded with young men
ani women in fancy dress and the

queen was given an ovation when she.

entered. The ball was greatly enjoy-

na was regarded as a nttlng clofce

to an interesting and eventful weeH.

The 'parade this afternoon of elaborate

corated automobiles and attractive

was the finest ever seen in St.

fsburg, half a hundred automo-

being In line, each beautifully
ated with real or- artificial flow-

JFU-o Ocala boys

triiarles Chazalftrj
sity, in Indiana, a
the flooded regitfh
been heard frenn,

Mr. and Mrs. L. R

much worried ahout-them, as their

school is situated on hi eh erround.

Ehey fear, however, that much sick

ness'-will follow the flood.

Messrs. John and

ut i uiuuc Linvn

the very heart of
They have not

but. their parents

Chazal, are not

I -rattle Miss -Cornelia- Dozler has IV
Kufl Invitations J$ a party which she

will give on Tuesday afternoon at the

.home of her pfcrits, Dr. and Mrs.

Harry Dozier, th celebration of be

seventh birthday.

Mrs. G. G. Mavnard of this city Is

much worried over the' floods In Ohio
Some of her near relatives live at Day

ton, and so far she has not been able

to hear from them.

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We have just received "anotnei Cciiioau ot btocK. ihit
car contained some exceptionally fine horses and mules,
selected in person, in the Atlanta markets by Mr. Tomp Tompkins.
kins. Tompkins. Call at the barns and look the drave over, while the
selection is larg, and pick out what you need,
Tiie Animals are Guaranteed and the Prices and

Respectfully,

Terms nr fUrthf?
srnri PC
IS sPliijiJ Ii tk
Phone 117

caia, Fla.

HionrsiL, CHURCMILI
BROADWAY AND 1 MI: ST.
. Union Square
NEW YORK

Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like. Hotel, on

the American and European Plans.

tiscait Plan, t'

per day and up. European Plan. 11.00 per day and
Special Weekly Rates.

Co.

. Mr, Hugh Nichols was in town yes yesterday
terday yesterday giving his attention to his live
stock business on West Exposition
street, and reports fine sale of horses
and mules for tle vsek.'

Mrs. Geo, F. Williams returned toda

from lirooKsviile where sne was pres

ent at the last illness and burial of

her brother-in-law, Mr. George Hayes

George was a member of the Ocala
Woodmen, and has many friends here.

who deeply resret to hear of his

death. He leaves to mourn his wife,
mother and brother. The former was

Miss Eertie Durranee, to whom he was

FOR RENT Furnished rooms in ; married In ..thi -city nine years ago

modern home, for couple or two young; this spring.

men. With

board or without.
3-10-tf

Phone

Messrs. Tompkins & Cobb have just

?old two head of mules to Howell &
Chambllss of Lowell, and a horse each
to Mr. Brammer of Candler and Mr. A.

, Hillury of Seabrlng.

Mr. B. F. Condon returned this

morning from Jacksonville with an another
other another handsome 1913 Reo car, having

sold the car that he brought down

several weeks ago to a party at Uma

tilla. This makes three Reos that Mr.

Condon has brought to Ocala this year
and he says the season is just opening.

An old couple living out in the coun country
try country some miles from Ocala are desir desirous
ous desirous of moving to town, principally be because
cause because they want to be near enough a
church to attend services. The old
gentleman Is not as spry as he was
forty years ago, but can do a right
smart of work yet. Any one who can
give him a job, please let the Star
know.

Some people In the parlor car Isa

bella, on the northbound Coast Line
train today, must have had a queer
sense of humor. They had captured

three or four bullfrogs, tied strings
around their bodies between the abdo

mens and hindlegs, and let them swing

to the rear couplings of the car. The

frogs were dead when the train reach

ed Ocala, but they were a repulsive
sight, and must have suffered agony

swinging at the rear of the moving
train for some hours before they died.

The services at the Christian church

tonight will be the last this week.
The subject for the sermon Is "What
Faith Leads the Believer to Do." Spe

cial cornet and vocal solo.

lUKGLAH HKIII.MJ THE BARS

Ernest Brown, a young negro, la In

trouble. He is also in jail, and last

night he packed only the jerk of s
Winchester lever of being In his cof
fin.

Brown, who is a shoemaker, and

came from Gainesville, .was aruns last

night and wandered Into the home of

Fire Chief Chambers, who went after

him with a Winchester, but as he for
got to jack a cartridge from the mag
azine into the barrel, the hammer o

the rifle fell on an empty chamber

when he pulled the trigger.

The negro seemed more anxious to
get away than fight, so Mr. Chambers
did not try again to fire, but instead
knocked the darkey down and then

took him to the police station. Re

corder Izlar turned him over to the

county this morning, and he will have

hearing tomorrow.

WORLD'S ALMAXAC AT BALLARD'S

New 1913 World's Almanac, Just re

celved; 35 cents at Ballard's News

stand. Adv.

We CanH Atiord to April 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 & Suppiy Co. jjftfflg

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We are agents and have demonstration cars on hand
at all times and willing to SHOW you the
HUPfilOBILE, OVERLAND AMD CADILLAC,
the three best Cars ever sold.

KNIGHT

Mrs. Clarence Camp with Mrs. Violet
owers as her guest left Thursday for
' week's visit with Mrs. Camp's

rother and sister-in-law. Mr. and

frs. J. B. Harrell in Washington, D.

C. They will then visit in Norfolk.

Suffolk, Roanoke and Franklin, Va.,
returning to Atlanta for grand opera
week. Mr. Camp accompanied them as

far as Jacksonville, returning home

last night.

iff s. Tom Livingston and ner dainty

little daughter, $mily, left Thursday

afternoon for a Aislt with relatives in

Orangeburg. S.C, after which they

will join Mr.-JUivinrston on their big
South Carolina platation, where they
will make their fWlure home. Mr. Liv Livingston
ingston Livingston left for Ails new home several

yeeks ago.

WEATHER REPORT

3 cans Van Cainp's sonp

3 99 beans ... 25c
3 " "Hominy 25c'
3 iKiiice Meat.-. 2?c
2 Snobeani shrloip . 2c
1 lb M Sada H
2 cans small flat Salmon. 35c
1 M large " tdc
1 99 ; -V.tall Salmon.. 30c
2 Argo large Salmon 45c
1 "Ocean Gem tall" .. 20c
TRY OUR

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

CARI-TH01

Miss OifteltarXlray, a charming
young society girl of ?t. Petersburg. Is
In the city visiting Miss Lilias Pratt,
Plant avenue, for several days. Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Times.
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Partridge, Jr..
came up from Lake Weir today and

will spend the week end with Mr. and
Mrs. Emmett Robinson.
-
Miss Alice Carlisle went to Ken Ken-drlck
drlck Ken-drlck yesterday, to visit Mrs. .Webb,
and returned this afternoon, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by her sister, Miss Minnie Lee
Carlisle, teacher of the Kendrick
school, and her assistant. Miss Howell.
Mr?. Tercy Lisk of Fort McCoy was
brought to the hospital last night for
treatment. All the patients are doing
well. t

Miss Josie Bullock went to Gaines

ville today to attend the K. A. ball to
be, given at the college tonight. Miss
Bullock will be the guest of friends
a the chapter house for a few days.
The Star has been Investigating the
smallpox scare that 13 harrowing a
number of the more timid among our
people. It finds that there is one au authenticated
thenticated authenticated case and one suspicious
one in this city of over seven thousand

people, so there Is no need for any anybody
body anybody to stampede. It will surprise
many to know that there Is- some
smallpox in the county nearly all the
time, principally among the negroes.

who are much more likely to take it

than white people. This is owing to

the fact that some hundreds of years

ago Europe was ravaged by smallpox;

nearly everybody had It, and millions

died of It, but the material it feeds on

was thinned out of Caucasian systems

to a greater extent than In those of
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any other race. Many wnue people

are immune to it altogether. The only

really safe, thing to do, tho, is to-be

vaccinated. It is not on record that
any person vaccinated in time has ever

had the disease and If the practice
was universal, smallpox would soon be
stamped out. All should have the
matter attended to at once; there Is no
occasion for delay; vaccination hurts
no healthy person, and the unhealthy
ones are the ones most prone to con contract
tract contract the direase. Any member of the
board of health will vaccinate free any
person who hasn't the money. 'Vac 'Vac-einate,
einate, 'Vac-einate, sanitate and don't lend your aid
to spreading scary rumors.

Partly cloudy, southwest wind.

Minimum temperature, 54 degrees.

Maximum temperature, 74 degrees.
Axerage temperature, 55 degrees.
Rainfall, .05.

STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING

The stockholders of the Ocala Ath Athletic
letic Athletic Association will hold their regu regular
lar regular meeting April 15 and decide on the
summer campaign.

DR. W. It.

Specialist Eye, Ear, Xoie mad Throat.
Office,. Law Library. Bllg., ..Ocala, Ad.

For first class automoTjne service
bj the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Gelger. Ad.

CO.

PHONE 163

TWO RESIDENCES FOB SALE

My trro residence properties South

Third Mtreet are for ate. Half raah,
balance on time, or liberal dlaeovat for
all c-a ah. Wish to aret further oat ad

more room.. lleaea are la beet of

coaditloB, with all modern eoa eoa-Tenlene..
Tenlene.. eoa-Tenlene.. Price and term given on

application. It. H. Carroll.

Check a billcua hali-slck feeling be
fore it gets serious. A dose of HER

tsi. is tne remeiy. it restores en

ergy, anpetlte and cheerful spirits.

Price 50c. Sold by all druggists. Ad

THAT -' .'
Is the quality oc exceneence you are

! I A 1 1 A N'T E ED in every article you

purchase at this establisl ment.

Irrespective of It value If It's J5P0

worth of 1C0 eeuts the valte yo'4 ob

tain for your money is the maximum
obtainable anywhere In

GOLI JEWELRT CUT GLASS

SILVERWARE TYATCIIES

POTTERY CHINA

md other articles we sen.
You can trade with absolute safety
lere with the knowledge that you're

positively securing th? best for your
money.
A. E. BURNETT

1

VK CAN' SUIVL1 YOU WITH
PURE ICE
For All Purposes, Whether l'our
Kequirements are for Home Use
Or for a Carload.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH US.

OCALA ICB
"OCALA ..

PACKING CO.
FLORIDA



6CAJLA EVEXTXO STAR. FBtDAI MAllCH 28, 1013

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SYeet and Nutritious Willi

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WILSON

u Ll ni it uW irs$;(iw bad kyr

In their nighties, with bare feet,
Stealing down for stolen treat;
"Hans Across The Sea" stands there
Ready at the bottom stair.
Rona Cocoa is the prize
Waiting those expectant eyes.

Half pound
tins 25c

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CMICIi EMS FOR FRYING
Young Frying Sized Chickens, in Limited Quantity
35 Cents Per Found
Dressed Extra Fine and I Want You to Try Them
CHOICE BEEF, PORK, AHD MUTTOH, CELERY, OYSTERS, ETC:
First Class Service Assured and will Appreciate your trade
Phone 108 W. H. MARSH, City Market

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LOIIETTO (Xear .ilanclarin) Florida
Boarding School for Boys, Conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph.
Boys from Eight to Fourteen Years Received, and Carefully Trained on
Physical, Intellectual, Moral and 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 ACADEMY LOIIETTO. FLORIDA

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Agent for a dozen of the hest
country. Thoroughly competent to
I Will be Pleased to Care for You

KEAL ESTATE
Town property, improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real proSt proSt-bringing
bringing proSt-bringing investments.
Orange Groves .Jetaoi etoai shrd
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Groves or almost anything you
wish, on terms to suit.
RENTAL DEPARTMENT
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
the taxes.
DEPARTMENT
Fire Insurance Companies in the
care for your insurance business,
r Business in Any of These Lines.

Mcintosh, March 27. Mr. and Mrs. J.
K. Christian returned home Monday
from Miami, where they spent about
a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Bodiford of Gainesville
were the guests of Mrs. Bodiford's sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. Ida Smith for a few days this
week.
Miss Lelia Allen and Miss Jones
were in Ocala this week visiting Mrs.
Johnson.
The Christian & Dickson Co. has in

stalled an acetlyene light plant. It

was given its first test Wednesday
night.

A goodly crowd of Mcintosh citizens

autoed to the Brick City to the min minstrel
strel minstrel show. The trip was not so pleas

ant as it might have been, due to the

heavy rains encountered.
Patrons day, March 2?th, is to be ob

served as usual at the high school. All

the work for the past term will be

placed on exhibit, while chicken sand
witches and ice tea will be served.

The kindergarten department of the

Mcintosh high school wa3 given, a de

lightful treat in the form of an Easter

egg hunt on Saturday, under Miss Ap

pie Redditt's supervision. The eggs,

about 200 in number, and dyed all col

ors of the rainbow, had ben secluded In
"out of the way" places in the park,

and at 2:30 the hunt began. After

being found the eggs were divided
equally among the children. A step-

ladder had to be used in reaching some
of the eggs, a few of which must have
Imagined they were full growth chick

ens and had "taken' to the trees.

About fifty-six children were in the

hunt, while the onlookers, composed of

the mothers and friend3, were numer

ous. The children proclaimed it the

jolliest event of the year.

THE CAUSE OF RHEUMATIS3I
Stomach trouble, lazy liver and de deranged
ranged deranged kidneys are the cause of rheu

matism. Get your stomach, liver,

kidneys and bowels in healthy condi condition
tion condition by taking Electric Bitters, and
you will not be troubled with the
pains of rheumatism. Charles B. Al Allen,
len, Allen, a school principal, of Sylvanla,
Ga., who suffered indescribable torture
frdm 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.

SUMMERFIELB

Summerfield, March 26. A. B. Gran Gran-nfa
nfa Gran-nfa of Pedro was among the visitors
here last Monday.
G .May of Pedro was among the
Monday business visitors.
Easter Sunday was fittingly cele celebrated
brated celebrated at the churches here. Special
services and prayers were held.
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. L. White and two
children, Mildred and' Florence, were
among our Saturday visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Branch and child children
ren children came in from their farm last Sun Sunday
day Sunday to attend the band concert.
Among the visitors here last Sunday
to hear the concert given by the Sum Summerfield
merfield Summerfield band were W. J. Frink and
friends, Dr. T. K. Slaughter and
friends, John Weidman, Mr. and Mrs.
Elmer Fink and G A. Bushman all of
Levon.
Mrs. Nathan Mayo and Mrs. Ola Pot Potter,
ter, Potter, who went to Eustis to attend the
state postmasters' convention, return returned
ed returned last Saturday and report having had
a most enjoyable time. Mrs. Potter
has returned to Ocala to continue her
studies.
J. Q. Baker was here last Monday

superintending the unloading of a

large boiler for the new saw mill now
being constructed about half a mile
north of here. Mr. Baker tells us that
he expects to be sawing within a week.

This new mill will give employment

to quite a number of men.
James Marsden, wife and daughter
and Louis Marsden, who have been
visiting with H. R. L. Whiter for some
time, have depatred for their -home in
Chicago.
Thf "ommittee appointed to look Into
the matter of incorporating the truck--ers"
association met last Saturday and

decided to report favorably.

STERLING SILVim KLATTTARE

I have over $4,000 worth of Sterling

Silver flatware tn 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

self, the family -or friends. Gifts from

this stock last a lifetime and are al

ways a source of pleasure and satisfac

tion, both to the giver and those who
receive them. A. E. Burnett.

(Ad. tf) The Jeweler.

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

F. W. DITTO

Phone 285

OCALA, FLA.

ARE YOU CONSTIPATED
If so, get a tox or Dr. King's New

Life Pills, take them regularly and
your trouble will quickly disappear.

They will stimulate the liver, improve
your digestion and get rid of all the

poisons from your system. They will

surely get you well again. 23c. at
Tyding3 & Company. Advertisement.

FURNISHINGS FOR
LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING

I have for sale complete furnishings
for three rooms for light housekeep housekeeping.
ing. housekeeping. Apply to A. E. Bower, at Post of office
fice office Drugstore. 3-19-tf

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

By WILLIA51 BAYARD HALE
Copyright. 1311. 1912. by Doubleday. Page
& Co.

CHAPTER IX.
The Graduate College Contest.

HE story now becomes com complicated
plicated complicated through the injec injection
tion injection of another issuethat,
namely, of the graduate col-
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of Profesi-or Wilku to the presidency
Professor Asiurew I. West, a briliiaut
and perssii'sive tiiialer cf the faculty,
with ausbitiiHis, had ijeeu giveu the
title af clean of the graduate seboot.
t;getber with ui appropriation of $2. $2.-600
600 $2.-600 to i us-d ia studying graduate
systems of iustruetioii in various uni universities.
versities. universities. leau West went to Europe
for a year, returned and published a
sumptuous little volume enutaining an
el:ilAirle nud highly illustrated scheme
for a graduate college. It was never
secu by the faculty. The look was
sent by Dean West to likely contrU contrU-utors
utors contrU-utors among the alumni.
In December of lixx; Mrs. J. A.
Thompson Swatiu. dying, left $250,xi0
for the beginning of a graduate college.
Among the conditions of the gift was
the provision that the new college
fchou.'d be located upon grounds of the
university.
In the spring of 1909, through the in influence
fluence influence of Dean West. Mr. William C.
Proctor of Cincinnati offered $500,000
for the graduate college on condition
that another half milUon dollars be
raised. Mr. Proetor's letter seemed to
imply that the money must be nsed in
carrying out the scheme formulated toy
Dean West. It also condemned the site
chosen for the graduate college by the
trustees. Iu his second letter address addressed
ed addressed to President Wilson Mr. Proctor
named two locations which alone would
be acceptable to him.
So long as Dean West's scheme for
a graduate school was a paper plau
only, it had received no special exami examination.
nation. examination. But v hen these two bequests
made Its realization possible the plan
was given scrutiny. It was apparenf;
to many of the trustees and faculty
that Dean West's elaborate plan was
not one to" which they were prepared
to commit themselves, definitely.1 A
special committee of tire, appointed by
the president of the board of trustees,
reported against the unconditional ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance of Mr. Proctor's gift.
Mr. Proctor's answer was a with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal of his offer.
The withdrawal naturally caused a
sensation and brought down upon the
head of President Wilson all the vials
of wrath that had uot been already
emptied upon him. It; was Inconceiv Inconceivable
able Inconceivable to some In the board of trustees,
to a large number of the alumni and to
a portion of the faculty that a gift of
$500,000 (carrying with it indeed the
prospect of another $500,000, for this
had already been nearly, subscribed)
could be rejected on any consideration
whatsoever Hut in view of the per perfectly
fectly perfectly clear positioti taken by Presi President
dent President Wilson, backed at that time by
the majority of the trustees, the pas passionate
sionate passionate outcry against them shown by
seme Princeton fans of general repute
for intelligence and conscience does
seem inexplicable. It was a perfectly
clear case. President Wilson and the
trustees were no doubt infinitelyoblig infinitelyoblig-ed
ed infinitelyoblig-ed to Mr. Proctor; they were eager to
accept his gift, but they simply could
not abrogate the duties of their office
they simply could not surrender to
any donor the, right to determine the
university's policy in so grave a matter
as that of its graduate school. It was
they who were charged with the duty
of administering .the university, not
Mr. Proctor. 5
Furthermore, the particular plan
which unconditional acceptance of Mr.
Proctor's gift would have forced on
Princeton was one utterly opposed to

the principles in devotion to which
the iuiversity under its president's
guidance was now so happily advanc advancing.
ing. advancing. To President Wilson its details were
altogether obnoxious. Since the sub subject
ject subject of graduate study had been taken
up the dean and the president had
moved in opposite directions, one to toward
ward toward segregation and exclusiveness.
the other toward an organic whole, co cooperative,
operative, cooperative, shot through with a com common
mon common motive and spirit and stimulated

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never greasy. Cottolaic heats to about 100 decrees higher thnn htrtter or Lrrr!

without burning, and forms a crisp crust which prevents the absorption cf fat

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is more healthful nd economical than lard. It costs
no more than lard. You use one-third less of Cottolate
than of either butter or lard.
The use of Coitolene is indispensible to good cooking,
good health and true economy, try this recipe.-

CROQUETTES

Chop fine any kind of cooked meat or fish. Moisten light meats with
thick white sauce, equal amount, and dark meats with tomato or brown
sauce made quite thick. Season with salt and pepper and onion juice if
liked. When vey cold, shape mixture into balls or cones; roll first in
sifted bread crumbs, then beaten egg diluted with one tablespoon milk,
then crumb again. Fry one minute in deep Cattohne. Drain on paper,
and be sure the fat is hot for each frying. Serve plain or with sauce like
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Phone 296
WHITE STAR LINE
TRANSFER and STORAGE CO.
Shipping and Storage of Bag Baggage,
gage, Baggage, Household Furniture,
Pianos and Safes.
FIREPROOF STORAGE BUILDING
Agents for Beaver Board
E. Broadway Ocala, Fla

oy a cvmwou me oi.gite ana laEe.
PresWent Wilson bnd his own plan for
t gradual e sfhot! a plan that sprang
naturally out of tne uew system of
studies -and the preceptorial organlza-tkj--ltit
It was a plan that contem contemplated
plated contemplated a corps of highly competent

graduate instructors, proper laborato

ries, an adequate library and the prac practical
tical practical essentials of study rather than
the embroidery of fine buildings and
seclusion. "A university does not con consist
sist consist of buildings or of apparatus, he
said "A university consists" of stu students
dents students and teachers. -The
fact of the matter is be didn't
want a hundred nice young gentlemen
to1 come to .Princeton end live 8 part
pursuing the higher culture. The no notion
tion notion Violated the ideal of democracy,
deliberately Fet atout to create a schol scholarly
arly scholarly aristocracy, introduced a further
element of disintegration when what
Princeton needed was integration. His
own thought was aflame with the pic picture
ture picture of a great democratic society of
students in .which undergraduates and
postgraduates should meet and min mingle.
gle. mingle.
This was of the essence of the whole
program which President Wilson had
been permitted to initiate and to bring
so far toward success. And uow the
university was asked to abandon it for
a million dollars!
i ins may ie as good a. point as any
at which to make it clear tht the anti anti-Wilson
Wilson anti-Wilson sentiment was far from gen general
eral general among the alnmni. It was prac practically
tically practically confined to the cities ot the
east. In the board of trustees four fourteen
teen fourteen out of the thirty took their stand
against him The deciding few waver wavered.
ed. wavered. The tine, body of faculty member
engaged in graduate work were prac practically
tically practically unanimous in their support of
the president's i.nt. hearty, and
practical plans rind enJift-iy unsympa unsympathetic
thetic unsympathetic with tiic ornate d .v.m;s of the
dean. As for the sin. Ums! never for a
moment did he have reason t doubt
their esseaiial Hui.uiiess. They were
caught iu tl.. l:ils !f a viHuus sys sys-teui.
teui. sys-teui. iut they f rrni !:;-i I be 'bet of
material for the (Jevelcptneiit of a true
American university a!oi' deuwcr?itic
lines. Through:;.! t!;e graduate s:-h hA
controversy tl;ty we. v. an'ent "ViLon
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We have One of the Prettiest Line of Beds
in the State, Without Excepting any Firm.

We carry over fifty differ different
ent different styles, and nearly as
many different prices.
There arc' handsome, white
enamelled w ith little or no
brass trimming!; then there
are Bolid brass beds, the

kindthat do not tarnish, and there are pretty dark
green and blue ones, and many other colors and
shades and all of the different shapes and trimmings.
We will take great pleasure in showing you our
line of bedsj and can certainly please you iu this
department.
Respectfully
Mcl VER & M cK A Y
THE FURHITURE AND HOUSE FURHISHIHGS STORE

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

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

Call at Hie Let, you will find some Stock to suit yea,
if it is one or dozen head yen need, I have them.

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LIVE STOCK DEALER GCALA, FLORIDA

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Call Dhone No. 28 ror your QtilcTt

delivery service when in need of drugs.

prescriptions or. toilet articles. Adv. 'Pharmacy. Air.

Shoe polish: We liave anything you

need for shoes in stock at the Court