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The Ocala evening star
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Theus-Zachry Co.
VOL. 19.
NO. 264





Incontrovertible Statistic that Prove
Alcohol to Ie Ibe Greatest
Evil of All
Statistics compiled by the leading
Insurance companies and presented by
.Sir T. I. Whitaker in a report to the
liritish parliament, show that of every
thousand deaths among the population
at large four hundred and forty are
due to alcohol. This wounld mean a
mortality from alcohol In the United
States of six hundred and eighty thou thousand
sand thousand a year.
The great burden of drink 13 not
borne, by the. drinker but by the drink drinker's
er's drinker's children.' The germ ceil that is to
be evolved into another being id the
most highly organized of all the cell3
in the body. In its protoplasm Ilea the
material and pattern of the perfected
organism. Should such poison as al alcohol
cohol alcohol lessen the nutrition of the cell or
impair the quality of the protoplasmic
material and deface the pattern, these
shortcomings and defects would bo
manifested In the subsequert stages of
development. A defective germ cell
can not evolve a normal body. -SThis
i3 the reason that we find a large per percentage
centage percentage of functional and organic dis diseases
eases diseases among the children of drinking
In our studies among school child children
ren children In New York City we find that
sixty-two pee centum are the children
of drinking parents; and that ninety ninety-one
one ninety-one per centum of these children of
drinking parents suffer from some
functional' or organic disease. In one
institution for the treatment of phys physical
ical physical defectives a recent study shows
that every patient Is tlie ch'ld of drink drinking
ing drinking parents.
4 '-study 'of twp groups of families
will clearly show the difference In her heredity
edity heredity between the children of the
drinker and the children of the ab abstainer.
stainer. abstainer. Ten families of regular drink drinkers
ers drinkers show the following:
Total number' of children 5,3. SO
died in infancy, 1 insane, I epileptic, 4
anemic. 3 very poor teeth, 1 diabetic, ?.
h part- disease. 2 imbecile. 5 neurotic, 3
adenoids, 8 tubercular, 4 normal. In
their studies these children stood as
follows: 2 were excellent, 6 fair and
J7 deficient.
Ten families of total abstainer.
show the following: Tptal number q
children, 70, 2 died In infancy, 1 ane ane-nvie',
nvie', ane-nvie', l tubercular, 1 rfeurotie, rheu rheu-niatic,
niatic, rheu-niatic, tt 4 -normal.
For every child of total abstainers
that dies under two years of age, five
children of drinking parents die. If
this percentage holds good throughout
the United States, then we are con confronted
fronted confronted with the fact that ?!nce the
dawn of the twentieth century to the
first of January, 1912, one million
babies under two years of age, -died as
thV result of- the drink -habit of their,
parents. This is race suicide on a
colossal scales,
it Is a fcjsniticant fact that during
the past five years we have registered
the highest' per capita consumption of
alcoholic liquors in the history of-
Thcpe 2U Ocala, Ha.
Rooms 0, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block.
Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store.
Ocala, - Florida
Heal Estate and Investment
Ocala, Florida.
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embslmers
fine Caskets and Buna! Robes
Funeral Directors
4.11 Work Don by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed.
D. E. SIcIver..
I. V. Roberts ....
.Undertaking Office
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country; ani during this same pe

the mortality 'anions; children under
five years of age has increased 147 per
My studies during the past twenty
years, continuous to date, indicate a
steadily Increasing degeneracy among
drinkers children. One out of every
five children, born to dr'nking parents,
will be in sane. One out of every three
children born to drinking parents will
suffer from .epilepsy and hysteria. At
this rate of. Insanity among drinkers'
eMlaren. ana wun an increased per
capita consumption of alcoholic liquors,
we must expect a very largely increas
ed number of insane among the chil
dren of the next generation.
The "great white plague has not
lost its power to destroy. My studies
show that 73 per centum of tubercu tuberculous
lous tuberculous children are the children of
drinking parents.
Cancer bear's a relation to alcohol
that need not' be mistaken. Davidson's
"Geographical Pathology" shows that
among the great total abstaining races
of Africa and Asia and in Ireland,
there is a rarity of total absence of
cancer, while government reports
show that in the great beer, wine and
spirit drinking countries of Europe
there has been a steadily -Increasing
mortality from cancer.
In England, a few years ago, of
twelve thousand' men examined at
Manchester, nine thousand were rer
jected as physically unlit tor army ser service.
vice. service. Pr. Bollinger estimates that half
of the young men in Germany between
eighteen and twenty-two years of .age
are incapable of bearing arms. Not
long ago a call was issued for young
physicians to enter the United States
army. Eighty per centum of those ex examined
amined examined were rejected as physically
When four-fifths of the most repre representative
sentative representative men in America are pro pronounced
nounced pronounced "nfit for war, what shall we
say of their fitness to father the next
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering It
through the mueous surfaces. Such ar
ticles should never be used except on
prescriptions from reputable physic
ians, as the damage they will do is ten
fold to the good you can possibly de
rive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure,
manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.,
ffoledo, O., contains no mercury "and Is
taken internally, acting directly upon
the blood and muiou.s surfaces of the
system. In buying Hall s Catarrh Cure
be sure you get the genuine. It is tak
en Internally and made In Toledo, O.,
by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials
Sold by Druggists. Price 75 cents
per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pill3
for constipation. Adv.
It W tlnip'tp &ce that your house Is
properly screened. e make any kind
or size screen in our own factory, and
fit them to your house. Ocala Lumber
& Supply Company. 3-25-tf
If you continually complain of pains
In the stomach, your liver or your kid kidneys
neys kidneys are out of order. Neglect may
lea-d to dropsy, kidney trouble, da da-betes
betes da-betes qr Tiright'a disease, Thousands
recommend Electric Bitters as the very
best stomach and kidney medicine
made. II. T. Alston, of Raleigh, N. C,
who suffered with pain in the stomach,
and back, writes: "My kidneys were
deranged and my liver did not work
right. I suffered much, but Electric
flitters was recommended and I im improved
proved improved from the first dose. I now feel
like a new man." It will improve you,
too. Ouly 50 cents and $1. Recom Recommended
mended Recommended by Tydlngs $z Co. Adv.
J have for sale complete furnishings
for three rooms for light housekeep housekeeping.
ing. housekeeping. Apply to A. E. Uower, at Postof Postof-fice
fice Postof-fice Drugstore. 3-19-tf
"What made you so late?"
"I met Smlthson,"
"Well that is no reason why you
should be an hour late getting home to
"I know, but I asked him how he was
feeling, and he Insisted on telling me
about his stomach trouble."
"Did you tell him to take Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets?"
"Sure, that is what he needs." Sold
by all Dealers. Adv.
If I cannot satisfy you now In a
trunk, bag or suit-case no one else can.
I have a large variety at very attrac
Ive prices. Must reduce the stock. You
will soon be taking a trip supply
yourself now. Why Pay More? B.
Goldman. Adv. 4-3-4td ltw
You will look a good while before
you find a better medicine for coughs
and colds than Chamberlain's Co
Remedy. It not only gives relie
cures. Try it when you have a cough
or cold, and you are certain to be pleas pleased
ed pleased with the prompt cure which it will
effect. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
I am overstocked on trunks, suit
cases and bags and am making special
efforts to reduce the stock by cutting
the prices way down. Why Pay More?
B. Goldman. Adv. 4-3-4td ltw
The correct treatment for cuts,
burns, scalds, wounds, sores lumbago,
rheumatism, or neuralgia Is BAL BALLARD'S
ing, healing, penetrating and anticeptlc which
is everything that is needed to effect
a complete cure. Price 25c, 50c and Jl
per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Ad.
I am overstocked on trunks, suit suitcases
cases suitcases and bags and am making special
efforts to reduce the stock by cutting
the prices way down. Why Pay More?
D. Goldman: Adv. 4-3-4td ltw
"My little son had a very severe cold,
was recommended to try Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, and before a small bot bottle
tle bottle was finished he was as well as
ever," writes Mrs. IL Silks. 29 Dowling
street, Sydney, Australia. This remedy
Is for sale by-all dealers. Adv.
Solid and filled chains, the best for
the money, and guaranteed a3 repre represented.
sented. represented. A, E. Burnett. Ad.


Hickman and Cairo Flooded, Dayton
Aeain in Dancer and Other
Cltleit Threatened
Hickman, Ky., April a. As a result
of the terrific beating of the waves
against the dikes protecting the lower
portion of this city, the levee gave
way shortly afternoon yesterday, the
Mississippi river pouring through the
gap at a mad rate of speed.
Cairo Attacked on the Other Side
Cairo, III., April 5. In their anxiety
to prevent the levee from breaking on
the Ohio river side of Cairo, citizens
overlooked any danger which might
come from the Mississippi river side
with the result" that" a force of work workmen
men workmen had to be rushed there last night
when a washout was threatened be
tween Nineteenth and Twenty-fourth
treets. High winds has caused the
river to cut into the band to such an
extent that danger was imminent be before
fore before It became known.'
Dayton Again Endangered
Dayton, Ohio, April 5. Ten more
inches of water in the Miami river
will give Paytan another flood. A ten-
hour downpour yesterday, together
with clogged sewer Intakes flooded
many streets.
Tallahassee, Fla., April a. Governor
Park Trammel 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 legislature,
lature, legislature, which convenes in Tallahassee
April 8th. As previously announced, the
governor will, from time to time, give
out various portions of his recommen recommendations
dations recommendations In. advance of the meeting of
the legislature, so that they may be
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. Care of Olutee Monument
"A monument has been erected on
the Olustee battlefield as a fitting tri tribute
bute tribute to the brave southerners who so
.'other's Advice
To Her Daughter
A Real live Doll to Fondle Is Woman
Greatest Happiness.
One of the most important matter about
which women concern themselves is their
future status as a grandmother. And shs
Is Wisdom Itself who knows of or learns
ef that famous remedy, Mother's Friend.
This is an external application for tho
abdominal muscles and breasts. It cer certainly
tainly certainly has a wonderful Influence, allays all
fear, banishes all pain, is a most grateful
encouragement to the young, expectant
mother, and permits her to go through the
period happy in mind, free In body anc
inus aestinea to anticipate woman a great greatest
est greatest happiness as nature intended she should.
The action of Mother's Friend makes tnei
muscles free, pliant and responsive to ex expansion.
pansion. expansion. Thus all strain and tension upa
the nerves and ligaments is avoided, and,
in Dlace of a period f aiscomtort ana con?
sequent dread, it is a season of calm repose
and joyful expectation.
' There is no nausea, no morning sick
ness, no nervous twitching, none of that
constant strain known to so many women,
hence Mother's Friend is really one ef tha
greatest blessings that could be devised.
This splendid and certain remedy can b
tad of any druggist at $1.00 a bottle, and
Is sure to prove of lnestunaDie value, noti
only upon the mother, but upon the health;
end future of the child. Write to Bradaeld
Regulator Co., 132 Lamar Bid?., Atlanta,
Ga., for their, book to expectant mothers,
Mr. Richard's Experience With Dif Different
ferent Different Diets. Peaches and
BattermiiK for Three Years,
Cecilton, Md. Mr. George Pichardt,
Df this place, during the past 12 years,
has probably trie! more different diets
than the average person would ever use
in a lifetime.
What he has to say about his experi experiments,
ments, experiments, must therefore be highly interest,
ingto anyone suffering from indigestion
nr stomach troubles ofanv kind.
He says; "For more than 12 years.
I suffered with stomach troubles, and
1 paid hundreds of dollars for doctor billa
and medicines. I was also operated on
ior Dues.
I lived on dried peaches and buttermillt
for nearly three years. The only thina
that would not give me pain was raw eggs.
I was a physical wreck. 1 could not
sleep, and was as near crazy as a man
could well be.
1 must sav that after takinz two 25-cen1
packages of Thedford's Black-Draught,
it did me more good than all 1 ever spent
ior omer meoicines.
1 have been working daily on the xarra
ever since, and 1 am as hard as iron."
This purely vegetable remedy has beeq
in successtui use ior more man u years.
Try it. But be sure that it's "Thedford's."
Phone 296
Shipping and Storage of Bag Baggage,
gage, Baggage, Household Furniture,
Pianos and Safes.
Agents for Beaver Board
L Broadway Ocala, Fla

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nobly repelled the Invasion of the
state during the civil war. It is
proper that it should be cared for-and
the grounds immediately around it
beautified and given care and atten attention.
tion. attention. I therefore recommend that a
reasonable appropriation not to ex exceed
ceed exceed five hundred dollars per annum
be made by, the legislature for this
purpose, the money to be paid upon
vouchers approved by the governor
and endorsed as correct by the presi president
dent president of the Florida Division of the
United Daughters of the Confederacy.
Lire Stock Iniorance
"The present laws governing the
conditions upon which insurance com companies
panies companies may be authorized to enter the
state for transacting business require
investments In approved securities
amounting to $250,000,000 for fire in insurance
surance insurance and casualty companies; $200, $200,-000
000 $200,-000 for life insurance companies, and
$200,000 for live stock insurance com companies.
panies. companies. As a result of the high re requirement
quirement requirement in the case of "companies in insuring
suring insuring only live stock, practically ev every
ery every company in the United States writ writing
ing writing this class of risks is barred from
the state. There Is not at present,
nor has there been for some time past,
a single, live stock insurance company
authorized to. do business in this
state. There is not at ; present, nor
has there been for some time past, a
single live stock insurance company
authorized to dp business in this state.
Our stock owners are thus prevented
from having an opportunity to insure
their live stock if they so desire.
There are a number of reputable live
stock insurance companies which are
at present admitted to practically ev every
ery every other southern state except Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, which would probably enter this
state but for the prohibitive require requirement
ment requirement In the law now in force. Since
the amount of the risks written by
such companies is considerably smal smaller
ler smaller than life insurance or fire insur insurance.
ance. insurance. I would recommend that the
law be amended so as to permit these
companies to enter; and I believe that
a $50,000 investment requirement for
companies writing only live stock in insurance
surance insurance would be ample, and would be
then a greater proportionate protec protection
tion protection than the law now affords with
reference 'to fire and life Insurance
Xo LIcene Tax on Farm Products
"Florida is vitally concerned in ex

tending its grove and agricultural In
terests. We want to encourage our
farmers and producers, in this be behalf,
half, behalf, I Tecomraend. the enactment of a
law exempting absolutely from a c'ty,
county or state license tax all farm
and grove products or tha nrodnrts
manufactured therefrom, when being
handled by an.3 disposed of by the
original producers thereof,
Equal Length Terms of Tevrn and
County Scm1
"The taxpayers of the rural districts
being required to pay thv same rate
of taxation to the general school fund
for school purposes that is paid In the
towns and cities, it is my opinion that
the country sehools should be main maintained
tained maintained from the said general school
fund for term3 equal to those provid provided
ed provided for the town and city schools from
this general fund. A law should be
passed so providing.
Make LarileK Eligible fo School
"I have no doubt in my mind that a
great many- ladies would make most
excellent local district school trustees.
They are-eertaialjciterested in the
welfare and edu eat ion"tT?-,-tbje child child-ren.
ren. child-ren. As there is no constitutionWn constitutionWn-hlbition
hlbition constitutionWn-hlbition against a lady holding office
in Plorida, it is within the power Of
the legislature to pass a law making
her eligible for election as a school of
ficer. Believing that in any instance
it would be wise to have a lady upon
the local board, of sub-district trus
tees, I recommend the enactment of a
law which will permit them represen
tation upon said local boards. With
the right to, hold such offices extend
ed to women, it will then "be a matter
of preference with the voters as to
whether or not they shall be elected to
such places.
Require Bond
When Lla
Pendens Ij
If a person Instituting sun desires
to attach property, he is, under our
law, required to file a bond to indena
nify the opposite party against any
damage he may suffer on account of
such attachment if the attaching party
is not successful in his suit This is
not true in the matter of placing a lis
pendens on real property. A person
who sues, where real property Is in
volved, can, under the provisions of
Section 1649 of the General Statutes,
file a lis pendens without oond. Often
In these cases, there is but little Jus
tification for the suit in which the Us
pendens is placed upon real estate:
but, regardless of the fact' that the
party suing loses his case,, and on ac
count of the lis pendens, the title to
the innocent land owner has been
clouded, he has possibly suffered
great damage thereby, he has no rem
edy against the person who placed the
lis pendens on. the property. The law
should be amended so as to require
that when lis. pendens is instituted, a
bond to indemnify against damage
should be given."
County Agricultural and Horticultural
"The demonstration work which has
been carried on by the State Univer
sity and the Federal Government has
made apparent the value to our farm
ers and fruit growers of agricultural,
horticultural and stock breeding dem demonstrations.
onstrations. demonstrations. There is room for en enlargement
largement enlargement of this very beneficial
work. The fact that the work of the
Agricultural Experiment Station Is
more or less limited by lack of funds
and the large territory to cover sug suggests
gests suggests the valae of a demonstrator in
the counties who would be skilled In
proper methods of farming and fruit
growing, selection of seed and plants,
breeding of live stock, extermination
of pests. Judging the value and pro
portions of fertr'xers, treatment of
soils and diseases of trees and plants.
"I recommend that a law be passed
authorizing the board of county com
missioners of each county to employ
a demonstrator when in their Judgment
It would be profitable to do so, and
when deemed advisable, to authorize
such agent to employ assistants.
der valuable service by giving practi
cal lessons in agriculture in. the pub public
lic public schools, thereby making more ef
Sclent this branch of the public school
work; also co-operating with the corn
clubs, stimulating and extending this

commendable work, The law should
allow two or more counties to jointly
employ such demonstrator if desired.
Agricultural Primes for Boys and Girls.
"Any policy which, tends to encour encourage
age encourage and Increase agricultural activ activities
ities activities 13 of unquestionable value to our
state. Florida has an unlimited
amount of Tich and productive land
and It has unlimited possibilities for
agricultural expansion. Every rea reasonable
sonable reasonable effort should be made to pro promote
mote promote our farming Interests. The am ambitious
bitious ambitious boys and girls of the state
will readily respond to the encourage encouragement
ment encouragement which might be offered to them
by contests in growing the crops to
which the soil of their respective sec sections
tions sections are adapted.
"I suggest the wisdom of legislation
being enacted which Tvould authorize
the county commissioners of the var various
ious various counties to offer prizes for such
contests. In some few communities in
the state, contests of the kind have
been inaugurated with splendid re results.
sults. results. Public Road Commission.
"Within the past decade the public
has become more or less alive to the
necessity of and the advantages deriv

ed from good roads.
This good road
sentiment has become quite general j
in Florida. A large number of the
counties of the state are either by di direct
rect direct taxation or by funds Taised from
bonds, engaged extensively In road
construction and improvemenL With
the expenditure of the large sums of
money wnicn is now Deing appnea ana
ill s a. 1 a. i I
win in me luiure oe usea in even
larger amounts for road building, it
will be both wise and economical to
nave tne roaas or tne counties laid
out with system; to have them made
of proper materials and scientifically
constructed. There is no avenue for
greater waste of public funds than in
road building, when the work is car-
rled on In a Slip-shod fashion, with-
out proper skill, a comprehensive sys-
tern and suitable mater'aL
"I believe that the county should be
the unit for the road building; bu
while the first object should be to
serve the people of the county, which
defrays the expense, each county
should be neighborly and co-operate
with the adjoining counties In making
proper and suitable connections for
"To advance the good road move-
ment, to bring about greater efflcien-
cy In road constri-ction In the various
counties of the state, to ascertain, the j
most advisable methods, the best ma- j
terlals to be used, and In a general
way to have the road building of thel
counties placed upon the most econom
ical and business-like basis, I believe I
it advisable to have created a State
Road Commission, to be composed of!
three members, who shall be allowed!
their expenses when engaged in the
public business, but who shall serve
wunoui. salary.
The said commission should be
granted ample authority to conduct
all inquiries, to make all necessary In-
vestigatlons, and take all necessary
actlon for the advancement of the pub-
11c road improvements In the state
The Commission should be authorized
to employ a Highway Engineer, at a
salary not exceeding twenty-five nun-
dred dollars per annum, who should be
required to investigate and report up-
on the methods of road construction
best adapted to the varlons sections of
the state, and define standards for the
construction and maintenance of the
highways In the various counties of
the state, suggest routes for the state
highways, and perform such other dut
ies incident" to and properly connect
ed -with- such, position. He should al
so co-operate and advise with the
boards of county commisslOTieraja.nd j
county engineer with reference to
county Toads.
"To defray the expenses of such:
commission an annual appropriation
or not exceeding six tnousana dollars
SnOUla DC maae. I
Flies are a great menace to health
and aside from the question of health,
they are very disagreeable. Let us
screen your house with our modern
I method, home manufactured screens
lcala umber & Supply Co. 3-25-tf
TlteMost Intelligent Economy
Is to Bay tne Best, the Cheapest
Which Means
,The acme of perfection in the art
Of Bulling- Perfect handling from
the growing of the grain to the de delivery
livery delivery of. the. finished product in
your home.
, Guaranteed the BEST Money
refunded if not found highly Jtis Jtis-factory.,
factory., Jtis-factory., YOUR GROCER HAS IT"
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Aged King of Tiny Montencftro and his
People Defy the Austro Austro-Hiinsrarian
Hiinsrarian Austro-Hiinsrarian Empire
Vienna, April 5. Montenegro's de defiance
fiance defiance of the powers Is the subject of
a series of hysterical outbursts in-the
newspapers here. There are Indica Indications
tions Indications that the Austrian "editors believe
that some of the powers are not sup supporting
porting supporting the program agreed upon for
the coercion of Montenegro. The fin finger
ger finger of suspicion Is pointed particular particularly
ly particularly at Russia.
King JsTicholas of Montenegro has de determined,
termined, determined, to capture and hold Scutari,
says a dispatch from Cettinje which
gives the following statement from the
"I assure you that I and my people
mean to keep the land we have retak retaken
en retaken during the war. We mean to take
Scutari and mean to keep it That Is
the dominating impulse of the Monte Montenegrins,
negrins, Montenegrins, who know too well that it is
far better to die fighting than to go on
as we axe doing now."
My ttvo residence properties on South
Third street are for sale. Half cash,
balance on time, or liberal discount for
alI cash. Wlsh to set further out and
more room.. Houses' are In best of
condition, with all modern con
venlenees.. Price and terms given on
application. It. IU Carroll.
On Tuesday, April 22, Capt. R. C.
Johnstone is arranging to nut on an
auction sale of his beautiful residence
lots at the old chautauqua grounds at
North Lake Weir, one of the most
beautiful spots on the entire lake,
Capt Johnstone has secured the ser-
vices of the Bowman Realty Company
of Huntington, West Va., to conduct
the sale 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 sue
Let us measure your house and Qt
lit 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
We have a limited number of .lots
for sale in the beautiful little town of
Orance Sorlnsrs. all within short dis-
tance 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-
walks. If interested, write to box 75,
Orange Springs, Fla. 3-28-Gtd ltw
Do Xot Endanger Life When an Ocala
Citizen Show You the Way
to Avoid It
"-Why will people continue to suffer
the agonies "of -kidney complaint, back backache,
ache, backache, urinary disorders, lameness.
headaches, languor, why allor them-
selveg to become chronic invai'ds.
tv-V.q a tacfoA ramaHv la nffornrt thorn
Doan's Kidney Pills have been used
In kidney trouble over 50 years, have
1 been tested in thousands of cases.
If you have any, even one,- of the
j symptoms of kidney diseases, act now.
Dropsy or Bright's disease may set in
land make neglect' dangerous. Read
this Ocala testimonial:
O. C. Tignor, salesman, S2 Tusca-
wllla street, Ocala, Fla., says: I am
confident that Doan's Kidney Pills are
la remedy of merit. One of the young
er members of the family had kidney
weakness and Doan's Kidney Pills,
procured from Tydings & Co's. drug
store, were used. The great benefit
they brought warrants me in recom
mending them."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. Adv. 1
The second floor of the Bell flat or
apartment house is for rent. Apply to
box 515, Ocala. 3-31-6td
The United States CiTll Scrviee Com
mission announces that at Ocala, Mayl
10, examinations will be held for the
positions of clerk and city carrier in
It, rf first and ....
! ond classes and carriers in the city de-
livery service are divided into six
gTades, as follows: First grade, salary.
$600; second graue, salary, $800; third
grade, salary, $900; fourth grade, sal salary,
ary, salary, $1,000; nfth grade, salary. $1,100;
sixth grade, salary. $1,200. Clerks and
carriers at first-class offices will be
cromoted successively to the fifth
grade, and clerks and carriers at sec
ond-class offices will be promoted sue
cessively to the fourth grade.
Applicants must have reached their
eighteenth, but not their forty-fifth
birthday on the date of the exaralna
;tion. The age limits are waived, how
ever, in the cases of persons honorably
discharged from the United
military of- naval service by reason
,,.,,. ,-i
dlsability resulting from wounds
sickness Incurred In the line of duty,
Male applicants for the postoffice
service must be at least 5 feet 4 In Inches
ches Inches in height In bare feet, and 125
;yuuiius i Tfttigut mufc uvcitvai o.uu

hat; otherwise their applications wllljors, legatees, distributees and all other
be canceled. Female applicants are I oersons havlnsr claims and demands

not required to be of any specific height
, ,
or weight.
I For application form 1371 Instruc
j tlons to Applicants," address the sec
Jretary of the board of United States
j civil-service examiners at the postof-
Jfice at the place named above, or the

district secretary at the address bp bp-low.
low. bp-low. No application will be accepted un unless
less unless properly executed an I filed with
the district secretary prior to the hour
of closing business on May 3, 1913.

UK. W. ft. TjATJ E
Specialist Eye, Ear, Xese aid Throat.
Office, Law Library BUg., Ocala. Ad.
" Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals & la carte and lunches at
any hour. Ad.
An elegant line or lawyers manu manuscript
script manuscript covers, in any color that could
be desired. Just received at the Star
office. Ad.
The Texas Wonder cures Tsldney and
bladder trouble, removing gravel,
cures diabetes, weak. and lame backs,
rheumatism and all Irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder in both men
and women. Regulates bladder trou troubles
bles troubles In children. If not sold by your
druggist, will be sent by mail oa re receipt
ceipt receipt of L One small bottle Is two
months' treatment and seldom falls to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from this and other states. Dr. E. W.
llall. 2036 Olive street. St. Louis, Mo.
Sold by all druggists. Ad.
Trained nurse 25 years, orphan girl,
would like position- as companion and
helper to middle-aged couple in their
home. Small compensat'on. object,
home. Address X. Y. Z., Star office.
Are you going away? It will pay you
to buy jour trunk, bag or suit-case
now, while I am offering them at very,
low prices to reduce stock. Big allow allowance
ance allowance made for your old bag, suit-case
or trunk, taken in on the purchase of
a new one. Must reduce the stock.
Why Pay More? B. Goldman. Adv.
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stop the
Conch and Headache sod works oS the Cold.
DrueeisH refund money if it fails to cure.
B. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 25c
FOR RENT Pleasant room. Large.
Two beds. Close In. Gentlemen. Ad Address,
dress, Address, Reasonable, care Star,
Optometry Office and Laboratory
9 to 12 a. m., 1:20 to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2-8 Gary Building. Ocala. Fla
Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands sur surveyed
veyed surveyed and platted. Close estimates
made on erection of buildings of any
character by contract or on a com
mission basis. Write or consult me at
Yorthnest Corner Ocala House Block
For All Purposes, "Whether xour
Ilequircmcuts are for Home Use
Or for a Carload-
1 AT1onn Af Wo1 iJATlfoc''
UUlVll Ul Ulil iAVJUlW
Boston and Providence
Fine steamers; best service: low
fres; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for booklet.
IL C. AVERT, Agent,
Jacksonville. Fla.
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville, Fla,
"Finest Coaatwlne Trips la tke World"
Notice is hereby given to all cred
ltors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de-
Itowe. deceased, to nresent said claims
I duly proven to the undersigned within
ofl two years from the date of the first
I publication of this notice, to-wft: feep-
or rn,w -n,v, 1019 vrv i- xnvm.
Administratrix of the Estate of Seiwyn
E., Itowe, ueceasea.
t, vpr.vv sHvrn in, -11 .reAlt.

1 against the estate of Albert I Barber''
deceased, to present said claims d-

proven to tne unaersigneq witm witm-year
year witm-year from the date of the first r'
tion of this notice, tcwit: "JU
30th, 1912. 1). A. Bmi-
As Administrator Estate of AV
Barber, Deceased. r t
Ocala. Florida, Jan. 20, 191

OCAlA ZTZMSa STAR, satthdjuv April s, lsis


troops. Its all fcork and -neither play

nor pay, and the duties the men have
been calledTto perform of late years are
very distasteful.

EitUnjjer & Carroll Proprietors.
R. fL Carroll, II as In ess Jlanager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.

Entered in the postofflce at Ocala,
Fla., as .-ccond class mail matter.


Mr. N. P. Bryan, United States sen senator
ator senator from Florida, has drafted a new
primary law, which he explains as fol follow
low follow to County Chairman Blackburn
of Hillsborough. It look.s to the Star
like a good bill:

Dear Sir: I have completed the draft
of the primary election law except that
I Intend to add a section providing
that when the voter Is challenged lie

shall make an affidavit setting forth

the matters he is required to state

under oath at the, time of his regis

tratlon, and sign the same; and except

that I Intend to re-enact the substance

of sections 170, 203 to 209, of the gen

eral statutes. Of cour?e, there are a

few provisions of mere detail to be at

tended to before the bill is printed.
You will observe that the main fea

tures of the bill are:
Keep Registration List Clean

First. A new registration list every

two years. It seems to me that this Is
very Important, because it keeps a live
registration list and because only In

this way can the pamphlet published

at state expense, althqugh contributed
to by candidates.', be placed In" the
hands of voters of a particular party.
In addition, to this it will almost in

sure, In my opinion, the prevention of

fraud in voting, such as personatin

another voter. Any voter might be

able to state that his name was that

of the -voter he intended to personate,
but It Is hardly possible that any voter
could sit down and fill In an affidavit
containing all the statements of fact
- required of a voter when he registers,
and also, without ever having the op

portunity to see his signature, to

counterfeit it.

Second. Enabling a candidate at an

expense not to exceed $500 or 600 to
make the rac and have in the hands
of each voter In his party his claims
to the office. This is undertaken to be
accomplished by the provision for a

jamphlet, and for an expense of $400
contributed to the" publication of that
pamphlet he can reach every voter In

the state; whereas, heretofore it has

cost at least $10,000 and then he has

not been sure, because of the" difficulty
of obtaining lists of qualified voters,

that, each voter has received his plat platform
form platform or statement. When you take

Into consideration the getting together
.of a registration list from each county
in the state, I believe you will agree

that my estimate of $10,000 for get

ting into the hands of each voter a

pamphlet or letter has been under
Permit Firat and Second Choice

Third. The abolition of the second

primary by giving voters an oppor

tunlty in one primary to vote for their
first and second choice. The theory
upon which this provision has been
worked out has been to preserve the
right of the voters who voted for a
candidate who otherwise would have
teen defeated in the first primary to
vote at that .primary as between the

two highest candidates. This provi

Ion also saves very great expense, as
anyone familiar with this work knows
that the greatest expense is .between

the two primaries. And again, voters

cwill bo encouraged to come out to the
only primary that will te held, where whereas
as whereas heretofore many have stayed away

from the first, believing that no choice
would result and a second primary

woum nave to ne held.

Fourth. The primary is to be held at
state expense and for all parties on the

same day, and the date Is to be as fix

ed as the date of the general election.

You will observe that a man has to

o-egister the party to which he belongs

and that he will not be permitted to
vote any other ticket than the ticket
.of the party to which he says he be

longs; and if he makes a false state

ment I will provide, before I finish the

bill, that he will be punished as for





The following from the Atlanta Con

stitution of April 2 will be of interest

to all Florida auto men.

According to TV. A. Hemphill, who

has spent the winter in Florida, and

who reached the city yesterday after

having made the trip from St. Peters

burg In his automobile, the conditon

of the roads between Atlanta and Ma

con are, in Mr. Hemphill's own words,

"a disgrace to the state."

"I have heard of bad road3," declared

Mr. Hemphill, "but I never dreamed
that I would ever see such roads, al

leged to be public throughfares, as the
ones that now connect the two prin principal
cipal principal cities of the interior of the Em

pire State of the south. It took me
over seven hours to make this 100 100-mile
mile 100-mile trip nearly twice as long as for
any similar distance on the trip.

"The roads from here to Macon are

about as easy traveling as a plowed
field would be, the surface being fur

rowed with ruts, and sinks a hundred
feet In length marking the whole way
between the two cities."
In" contrast to the roads between At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta and Macon, Mr. Hemphill says
that the roads south of Macon in Geor Georgia
gia Georgia and those in Florida are all In
splendid conditoln, and he traversed
them without trouble at a good speed.
He is specially enthusiastic concerning
a stretch of sixty miles of road between
Inverness," Fla., and Ocala, this Toad
being paved for the whole distance
and as smooth as an asphalted street.

Mr. Hemphill's elapsed running time
for the approximately 600 miles of the
trip was 36 hours. His route brought
him through Tampa, Ocala, Gainesville,

Valdosta, Tifton, Cordele and Macon.

A German airship, one of the aerial

cruisers that have all the rest of
Europe scared, lost its bearings the
other day and came down at Luneville,
in(France. The French were very nice
about it. They put a cordon of troops
around the airship to preserve it from
harm, entertained the Germans at a
hotel, allowed them to send home for
supplies and finally let them go. It Is
true, they searched the ship for maps

and investigated its machinery; but if

it had been a French craft stranded in
Germany, it would most likely have
been confiscated and the crew jailed as
spies. Take them up one side and
down the other, and the French- are
about as generous a people as you will

find is a trip around the world.


Judiciary C. M. Livingston, chair chairman;
man; chairman; J. H. Taylor, E. T. Helvenston.
Finance G- A. Carmichael, chair chairman;
man; chairman; E. T. Helvenston, B. A Weath Weathers.
ers. Weathers. Light and Water J. H. Taylor,
chairman: F. G. B. Weihe, B. A. Weath Weathers.
ers. Weathers. : '
Street B. A. Weathers, chairman;
F. G. B. Weihe, E. C. Bennett.
Fire F. G. B. Weihe, Chairman; E.
T. Helvenston, Walter Hood.
Police E. T. Helvenston, Chairman;
F G. B. Weihe, E. C. Bennett
Cemetery Chairman;
F. G. B. Weihe, C. M. Livingston.
Market C M. Livingston, Chair Chairman;
man; Chairman; Walter Hood,

Sanitary Walter Hood, ; Chairman;

7. H. Taylor. G. A. Carmichael.

Building E. C. Bennett, Chairman;

1. A. Carmichael. J. H. Taylor.


100 bushels of velvet beans for sale
at $1.50 f. o. b. Ocala. Address box

398, Ocala, Fla. 4-2-tf dw

Don'tbe surprised if you have an at

tack of rheumatism th'a spring. Just
rub the affected parts freely with
Chamberlain's Liniment and it will

soon disappear. For sale by all deal
ers. Adv.

A dispatch from Chicago tells the

following about a young man, who was
a school mate of he two Chazal boys

of Ocala at PTuue University:

Young Lchinvar has nothing on

Orrle Gallup. He Is a Purdue graduate

andrfas married here yesterday. This
"Jhis speed story. His papa-ln-law

tells It:-

Orrfe was In West Baden, Ind. On

Saturday he went to the office of the

Monon railroad and informed the of officers
ficers officers there that It was Imperative that
ne be in Chicago by Monday. It was

Impossible, they said. Gallup offered
to pay for a special train. The offic

ers said the tracks had been washed


Gatlup got a horse and forded the

Lost River at Orangeville.
He rode the horse across two coun

ties, soraetimes through water to the
stirrups, to Mitchell, Ind. He arrived

at Mitchell just In time to catch a train
lor -Seymour.
At Seymour Gallup Tented a boat and

rowed several miles, to a point where
&e was able to catch a train bound for

Louisville, Ky.
The train pulled out of Louisville
and got as far as Jeffersonville. There
the swollen river blocked the way.
Gallup got off the train and hired a
motor boat. That carried him into
Jeffersonville, and there he caught a
train which carried him to Columbus.
At Columbus Gallup found water all
around him and no railroads. He
waded and rowed ten miles and caught
& train for Cleveland. The train took
tolm to Indianapolis, and there he
caught a train for Chicago.
He arrived an hour before the time
set for his marriage to Margaret Wall Wall-en
en Wall-en of No. 4704 Beacon street.


A good flow of petroleum has been
struck on the premises of A E. Del Del-ouest
ouest Del-ouest In Ocala, and that city is very
much excited. It was struck while
.boring a well, at a depth of 203 feet.
Inverness Chronicle.
Major Butler evidently didn't read
the last paragraph of that interest'ng

W. D. Vinzant, who has been chief
of police of Jacksonville for the last
thirty years, has been retired on half

The commanding officers of the first
Florida regiment have been notified by
the war department that unless the
organization can soon show a greater
5th- lt wl11 have to be disbanded.
J ofMhe officers of the second regi regi-nt
nt regi-nt says that command will go the
way If enlistments do not In In-e.
e. In-e. There Is no more inducement
,i man to be a member of the state

Are you going away? It will pay you
to buy your trunk, bag or suit-case
now, while I am offering them at verv
low prices to reduce stock. Big-allowance
made for your old bag, suit-case

or trunkiaken in on the purchase of

a new one. Must reduce the stock
Tvhy Pay More? B. Goldman. Adv.

For rheumatism you will find noth

ing better than Chamberlain's Llni

ment. Try it and see how quickly lt

gives relief. For sale by all deal

ers. Adv.


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

Mr. A. S. Burgess nas gone Into 'the
transfer and delivery business. He
has a big dray and a team of power powerful
ful powerful mules, with competent men to
manage them, and will haul and deliver
your good3 with promptness and good
care. Call phone 470. Ad-

Most disease comes from germs. Kill
the germs and you kill d'sease. Con Con-key's
key's Con-key's Nox-l-Cide mixed with water, is
cheap and effective. For poultrymen,
stockmen and housekeepers. Guaran Guaranteed
teed Guaranteed by Ocala Seed Store, tues-frl Adv

If you eat something which disagrees
with you, don't let it work its own way
through. It's a slow process and
makes you feel bad. Get rid of it
quickly by taking a dose of HERBINE.
It drives out impurities in the stomach
and bowels and you feel better Immedi

ately. Price 50 cents. Sold by all

dealers. Adv.

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. O.
W. L, Colbert, Secretary. Ad.


Editor Star: The writer la not a
resident of Ocala, but is acquainted
with a number of your people, and has
a little property in the city. He also
has the good fortune to often see the
Ocala newspapers and has noted re recent
cent recent discussions of the best way to
make the city grow and prosper.
A few thoughts are offered on this
subject, with no purpose to criticize or
stir up controversy, but in the hope
that your thinking and fair-minded
citizens may give them some consid


To begin with, thi3 thing of "getting

together means something more than
talk. It must be practical,, actual,
real. Meetings held amid much tobac tobacco
co tobacco smoke and enthusiasm, with speech speeches
es speeches and eloquent prophecies of the fu

ture, are all well enough, but these
will not win any more than rooting
on the side lines will win on the bat battlefield.
tlefield. battlefield. Getting together is to banish
suspicion and put aside mean selfish selfishness,
ness, selfishness, to help and encourage every bus business
iness business and every citizen already here

and to bring in more. It means putting

your money and your brains, your en

ergy and your faith all together in one

big mass, and earnestly and harmon

iously working to get substantial

good for the town.

To an outsider it really seems that

there is little loyalty to Ocala among
your people. They seem to be split up

into warring cliques, and too much
absorbed, each one in his own selfish
Interests. You need an old fashioned

revival, a general confession of your

civic shortcomings, with full repent

ance, and honest resolution to get to together
gether together and in future stay so. If you do
not other towns will soon outstrip


The Florida town which ignores the
advantages of tourists and winter res

ident soutclasses the Biblical foolish

virgin, as a chump. From a knowledge

of the whole state, I can say that your

city has natural advantages inferior to

none. You have beautiful rolling coun

try, fine roads, proximity to fishing

and hunting grounds, fine golf links,

and in addition a very distinct and

real advantage over any coast resort
in your comparative freedom from fogs
and excessive humidity and in distance
from swamps. Your very first task

should be to unite for the purpose of

providing still more "hotel room and

other suitable quarters for winter vis visitors,
itors, visitors, and then to make an intelligent

campaign to get them here

Quit laying your troubles on the
freight rates, or the distance from Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs, or other like causes. Put
the blame on yourselves, just where it
belongs. Atlanta did not whine about

such things, but went to work and

overcame them. Sure-enough getting

together will do it.

If you cannot stop it otherwise,
muzzle or gag the sore-heads who have
been advertising 'publicly that your
drinking water is unwholesome. This
slander has, It seems, never been even
noticed, much less repudiated, by your
city council, Board of Trade or other
public body. As long as you encourage
or support the traducers of youF own
town don't be surprised if strangers
give you a wide berth. How many

visitors and winter residents would

you reasonably expect to come to your
city, when such statements, wholly un

founded, are published in your news

papers and without contradiction? It

would Indeed be difficult to overeat!

mate the injury your town has already

suffered from this one cause

Never allow private Interests to re

tard your growth and development.

Those who have monopolies will natur naturally
ally naturally try to keep out opposition. Wel

come every honorable business whether

it breaks up some one's little "snap"
or not. The town, as such, will be
better for having everybody admitted

with capital and energy to build with.

Only little villages allow themselves

to be run for the sake of the few In

siders. Be a real town not a back

woods village.

Try a publjtc.s,ib.aeriptIon in aid of
thatrr high school building. How
many will give $1000, in five annual
installments, or $500, or $200, or $100?

Keep it before your citi-ens, publishln

the responses as received. If it falls

flat, then you will at least know

"what's the matter with Ocala."
Tours in friendship,




. Funeral Director.

Rear of Marcus Frank's

Day Phone 10

Nlgbt Pfaone 9-1

Ocala, Fla.

Elaborate Preparation Being Made for

the Reception of the Aged Heroen
May 27-29 Inclnalve
Chattanooga, Tenn, April 5. This
ciiy is preparing to ei:ierta:n tiv tiv-irugest
irugest tiv-irugest crowd that ha.s attended a re reunion
union reunion of the Confederate veterans and
Sons of Veterans since the orania orania-ticn
ticn orania-ticn of the association It 13 a matter
of history that the first steps toward
organizing the southern survivors of
the Civil war were taken in Chatta Chattanooga.
nooga. Chattanooga. The New Orleans meeting, at
v.Lich the organization was effected,
by the election of Gen. John B. Gor Gordon
don Gordon commander-in-chief, resulted, in
laige measure, from agitation started
here by Capt. J. F. Shlpp, and others,
for an association of Confederates.
The New OrleajiS meeting elected Gen.
John B. Gordon to head the organisa organisation
tion organisation and he called the first reunion of
tl.e association for Chattanooga July
3, 4 and 5, 1S00. Undsr all of the cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances the people of Chattanooga
feel that it is their duty to exert evary
efTort to make the coming reunion a
brilliant success. It is certainly their
pleasure to do so.
The dcte of the "reunion is May 27 27-2?
2? 27-2? inclusive. Only two months re remain
main remain in 'which the work of the organi organization
zation organization may be done, but it is well un un-dr
dr un-dr way. The various committees

have been appointed, and are at work
in their respective spheres. Informa Information
tion Information gathered from all sections of the
south indicates that fully 150,000 peo people
ple people will be here.
The passenger departments of all
the railroads having lines entering
Chattanooga, report that already
there'is much interest in the coming
reunion. Inquiries are received every
day about rates, hotel accommodations
and the progress of the work incident
to the entertainment of the veterans

and the thousands of visitors that will
be here. The head of the passenger
department of one of the largest rail railway
way railway systems in the south, has served
notice on the people of Chattanooga
that a record breaking crowd may be
The Confederate veterans met here
in their first reunion in 1890, twenty twenty-three
three twenty-three years ago. Chattanooga at that
time was but poorly prepared to care
for the visitors. Hotel accommoda accommodations
tions accommodations were inferior, local transporta transportation
tion transportation facilities poor and the people were

scfferlns: r.nacialiy from a 'csnapseii I
boom- However, that reunion was
voted a succe-s.
The Chattancvoga cf today was built ;
since ISiXV It is now a city of 100,000
with the b2t cf hotel accommodations
and first-class local transportation fa facilities.
cilities. facilities. It has twenty-six hotels, or.3
of them a modern, twelve-story build building
ing building costing" a million dollars. The
boarding house accommodations are
all that are to be found in a modern
city of 100,000 population. The ho hotels,
tels, hotels, boarding houses and private
famires will furnish entertainment
for 150,000 visitors. The restaurant
service is first class and adequate to

any demand.
The Confederate veterans will ba
camped at Jackson park, a delightf ul
resort almost within the business dis districts
tricts districts of the city. This camp has been
named "Camp Stewart," in honor of
the late Gen. A. P. Stewart, the much
beloved ard noted southern chieftain,
who von fame or. the greatest battle battlefields
fields battlefields of the Civil war and spent hi3
declining years in Ch'attanoo- as a
member of the Chickamauga i lonal
Park commission. The motion to
name the camp for him was put by
Mayor T. C. Thompson, and was
unanimously adopted.
Chattanooga is putting great energy
into the preparation for the reunion,
and every indication is that it will be
one of the most delightful meetings
the veterans have ever enjoyed.
The environments of Chattanooga
are ideal for a reunion of the Confed Confederate
erate Confederate veterans. The battlefields are
the chief points of interest, of course,
but they are not all by any means.
Chattanooga is a modern city of 100, 100,-000
000 100,-000 population, with a greater number
of manufacturing plants than any city
In the southern states, turning out
more than seven hundred different
products that go practically all over
the world. It hss a number of sky-scrapers,
and othermodarn buildings.
The climate is iueal. The mountain
scei.eiy is not excelled in any other sec?
tion of th tenth. Some ysar3 ago.
Prirce Henry, of F.-nssia, spent a day
in Chatteoopa and made a trip to the
ten of historic Lookout mountain.
Aftvr vk-wig t.h panorama from that
err;r.erce."h3 exclaimed: "There is


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tccriit who has travelled in European
ecr ".tries passes the .a.r2 eulogy on
these The- Confederate
volet art, however, k.ow what they
are. 1 nou-sands of them fought over
this field, and it will be a pleasure to
them to revisit the scenes of the car carnage
nage carnage through which they passed in
For the purpose of entertaining the
reunion on a bread scale, Chattanooga
is raising from $50,000 to $75,000.
This fund is practically in hand, and
the various committees are rapidly
closing up all contracts and rushing
the preparations to conclusion.
The Southeastern Passenger asso association
ciation association has granted a rate of one cent
a mile each way for the reunion the
lowest rate that is ever allowed for
any cause.


Bunyan Stephens, pastor.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a." m. Morning service. Sermon
by the "pastor. Subject, "The Five
Thousand Fed" or "Another Table Talk
With Jesus."
Lord's supper,
3:30 p. m. Junior Union.
6:45 p. m. Senior Union,

7:30 p. m. Evening service. Sermon

by the pastor. Subject, "Temptation.

B. Y. P. U. convention for the sec

ona aisirici oij,Qrma ju .' r"z, u
day nii?Ji-l7ra closes Wednesday noon

Tybody invited to attend.

A hearty welcome to all.
CPastor. r.ev. W. II. Dodge, D. D.)
9:45 a. m, Sunday School.

11 a. m. Morning service. Sermon by

th pastor.
Celebration of the Lord's supper.
3 p. m. Junior Missionary Society.
7:30 p. m. Sermon by the pastor,

A cordial invitation extended to the

Jtey. J. B. Ley, Pastor.

At 9:30 the Sunday school "fleet"
will leave the Canary Jslands for

Naples.' Every one should be on hand

to bid them "bon voyage."

At 11 o'clock the pastor will occupy

the pulpit. Subject of sermon, "The
Indwelling Spirit." At 3:30 p. m. the

Senior League will hold its usual in

teresting devotional meeting. Mr. Ley
will preach again at night, having

chosen for pis theme "The City Beau

tiful." A cordial welcome awaits you
(W. IL Coleman, Minister.)
10 a. ai. Sunflay School.
3 p. m. Junior C. E.

,11 a. m. sermon, "How Does a
Christian Eecome the Temple of the

Holy Spirit."
7:30 p. m. germon, "What Do Tou
Think of Christ?"
Special music.
Everybody welcome.
Junior Christian Endeavor Progrram
Topic, "Purpose."
Lesson, Acts 11:23.
Led by Elizabeth Wetherbee.
Bible lesson read by leader.
Talks, "What is Your Purpose for

this Week?"

Chalk talk Hugh Chace.
Lesson story Elizabeth Cowdrick,
Sentence prayers.
Quiz Jesse Cowdrick.
Mission study Mrs. Thompson.
Bible drilL
Roll calL
Collection of dues.





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Hydrated Lime, No Waste, Cost of Slacking Eliminated.
Portland Cement Fresh and Pure. : Hard Plaster Direct from the Mill.
Brick, Full size and Plenty. Sewer Pipe and FittingsFirst Quality.

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The market tormeny Xnovrn as the

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and a supply of fresh meats and fi3h

Orders by phone will receive prompt

xttention. Phone number 315. Come
ti the old stand and be treated right.

Tonrs respectfully,

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tnon. Apr. 1

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. IS. R. A. M.. on the fourth
Friday in every month, at 7:39 p. m.
C E. Connor, IL P.
Jake' Brown, secretary. Ad.

Forfirst class automoDTle service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C Gelger. Ad.

And Continuing all Day we Will
Sell Ladies Beautiful White

Dresses that are

W orth up to
$10. for Only

Only One Dress to a Customer.

And Continuing all Day we Will

Limit 10 a Customer

Sell Fairfax Zephirs.
Guaranteed Fast Col Colors
ors Colors at 10 Yards for


And Continuing all Day we Will
sell White Dress Goods, values
10c and 12 l-2c a ?fY
yard, 10 yards for Jflrif1
Limit 10 yards to a -'V

And Continuing all Day, we will
sell Torchon Laces. Matched

sets and values
up to 19c, at
Limit 20 yards to
a Customer.


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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.
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accoants

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Office Suite 1 'to. 7, .Holder Block, Southwest Corner Public Square.

No Waste, No Worry, Get
What You Want For
Each Meal.

Bonless Ham
Cold Boiled Ham
Fresh Pork Sausage

German Salomi Sausage Bologna Sausage
Liver Sausage Boneless Pigs Feet
Philadelphia Cream Cheese
Swiss Cheese Roquefort Cheese
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Mr. Baxter Carn eont'nues to im improve.
prove. improve. Undertaker Smith, pnones 10 and 94.
Mr. W. D. Taylor has returned from
a business trip to Jacksonville.
Icy-Hot bottles at the Court Pharm
acy. Ad.
Mr. A. J. Fausett, the Star regrets to
say, is yet very sick.
Beck3 hard water soap, ten cents
per cab. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Ed Carmichael is the youngest
grandpa in town, but he wears his
honors lightly.
Apply to Mrs. R. D. Fuller. 1-5
J. T. Padgett, who has been visiting
friends here, has returned to his home
at Port Tampa.
Pearl tooth brushes are sold at
Gerig's Drug Stores at 25c. and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ad.
W. M. Brooks and W. A. Brooks of
Tampa were at the Harrington last
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Mrs. O. IT. Hoffman and Percy Hoff Hoffman
man Hoffman of Kalamazoo, Mich., were at the
Harrington last night.
Gentlemen,, have your suits, hats
and neckties dry cleaned by one who
knows how. J. S. Cromer, phone
451. 3-6-tf
Mr. J. D. Buky, who is now in the
Ocala Star printing office, spent the
week-end in Palatka. ralatka notes
in Times-Union.
Nyal's Corn. Remover actually ri
moves. 25c. at both Gerig's Drag
Stores.1 Ad.
Joseph Bumby left for Ocala this
morning and will spend the week there
on a business and' pleasure trip. St.
Petersburg Independent.
Palmer's toilet arncnes can be found
at the Court Pharmacy. Adv.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms in
modern home, for coupls or two young
men. "With board or without. Phone
378. 3-21-tf
The Jacksonville Metropolis states
that Mr. Maxey Moody is among those
who are anxious to serve their country
as United States marshal.
Stop cough!ng by using Cherry Bark
Cough Syrup. Sold only at the Rexall
Stores. Ad. ..-"
Pfckardsnae hana-pamuu china at
Ririf-'iiett.-: thA awp1tis. Ad.
England yesterday afternoon. His
father, who waif -no very sick, is much
Rheinauer's is the place to find the
best makes and most popular prices of
ladles' and children's shoes. Ad,
Judge Lester Warner and Rev. I B.
Warren returned last night from Or Orange
ange Orange Lake, in the waters of which they
left a few fish.
Beck3 hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Mrs. G. W. Storer, Mrs. Irving Miller
and Miss Florence Heath of Eustis,
Miss Blanche Walcott of Hill?dale
Mich., and Mrs. Belle McEwen of Mc McAfee,
Afee, McAfee, Ky., made up an auto party at
the Harrington yesterday.
Call phone No. 25 ror your qu1?k
delivery service when in need of drug-?,
pre.-ci iptions or toilet articles. Adv.
Editor J. H. Benjamin of the Star
wort to Jacksonville this afternoon to
meet his &on Laurie, who is attending
St. Joseph's Academy at Loretto, and
the t will spend Sunday together in j
If I cannot .satisfy you now In. n
r ii-k, bag or 1:0 cue else ca..
have a large variety ui vry aUiiic-
ive prices. Must reduce the stock. You
will soon be taking a trip supply
yourself now. Why Pay More? B.
Goldman. Adv. 4-3-4td ltw
The W. C. T. U. will hold a -"dues
social" at the residence of Mrs. T. E,
Bridges on Thursday afternoon at 4
o'clock. All members are cordially in
vited to attend and bring with them
some friend Interested In the work.
New members are specially solicited.
'Season's latest styles and ladles' and
misses' ready to wear dresses at Rhein Rheinauer's.
auer's. Rheinauer's. Ad.
The W. C. T. V. Flower Mission will
pack a box for the flood sufferers on
Tuesday morning. Any one wishing to
donate articles of clothing, groceries or
cash will kindly deliver same to Mrs.
Zora D. Mclver, near the Marion Coun
ty Hospitah
Beck's hard water soap.
ten cents
per cake. Court Fharmacy.-
Mr. Edwin Spencer, Jr., member of
the legislature from this county, has
packed a portion of his household
goods for shipment to Tallahassee, and
he, Mrs. Spencer and Edwinn, III., will
keep house there through the session
of the legislature.
Clocks of all kinas and at all prices.
A. .E. Burnett. Ad.
The Temple had a big crowd of chil
dren yesterday afternoon, to see the
oral hygiene reel, and the young folks
certainly derived much instruction as
well as some amusement from the les lesson.
son. lesson. The reel was run again In the
evening, with several of the best on
other subjects, and the house was
crowded until a late hour. Beside the
pictures and music was an Interesting
amateur feature. Little J. J. McCranie,
Jr.. and his brother Alvin, sang, "That
Ragtime Violin" and "I Want to be
Down Home in Dixie" so cleverly that
they won immense applause.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Wanting good laborers both colored
and white for working in and about
sawmill, shingle mill and lath mill,
also on lumber yard. Can use also a
few good axe J men girdling cypress
timber. Wages paid in cash every two
weeks. Location Centralia, Fla., on
Tampa Northern Railroad. For further
particulars address Central Cypress
Co., Centralia, Fla, 4-5-ltd 2tw


Mr. Pe-szello, who has been conduct conducting
ing conducting the fire sale for Mr. Joseph Mai Mai-ever
ever Mai-ever in the C U. Gaines stand, where
the fire occurred a few weeks ago, has
had a real, genuine fire sale, and it has
been the biggest little sale that has
ever taken place in the city.
Mr. Malever bought the stock for a
small lump price, went through and
marked the stock down, opened it up
and put it out on tables and counters
where it could be seen, and when the
store was opened this morning- the
crowd came and has filled the place all
day long. Mr. MaleVer had his money
back long before noon, at which time
500 individual sales had been made.
In many cases the customers would
wait on themselves and bring their
purchases to the wrapper to pay for
them. Mr. Malever did nothing but
grin, punch the cash register and make
People in the flooded districts from
Pennsylvania to Missouri are on the
verge of starvation. Ocala should help
considerably more than she has done
so far.
The Southern Express Company will
take money or supplies to the sufferers
and charge nothing for the service. See
the local agents for the particulars.
Among other things, there are large
quantities of cabbage in the country
roundabout. A carload of it would be
a godsend to the starving, and it would
be a comparatively easy matter to send
it to them.
Help the suffering people at once.
This is a matter particularly proper
for the churches to look after.
Mr-TpVA farff-r. an nlil art hnnnV
resident of Sumter county, died last
Sunday night at his horn- near Ox
ford. Mr. Carerwas sick only a fewi
days and his3eath was a great shock)
to his many friends and relatives. He
leaves a wife, daughter and brother'
and other relaiive-fo mourn his death
He was an umtfe of Mrs. C. V. RobeKtf
and Mr. R. L. Carter of this city.
c ir:rRmE--TifittA5rs xot ill
Mr. C. E. Thomas of the Carn Carn-Thomas
Thomas Carn-Thomas Grocery Co. says he is being
worried a good deal and the store Is
be'ng damaged by persistent rumors
that he is ill. Mr. Thomas is enjoying
perfect health, is in the store sixteen
hours a day and wishes us to state as
much, and he did exhibit his mortal
body in our sanctum to prove that his
statement was correct.
The Star did that live wire, Sunny
Jim Robinson, an injustice Saturday,
in stating taht he sold $6,000 worth of
shoes for his house in one month, and
was receiving the congratulations of
his house on the fine business. This
should have read for one week, as
that was the period during which Mr.
Robinson sold $6,190 worth of shoes
for the Jos. Rosenheim Sons Co.
' '
fThe quickest and surest cure for
burns, bruises, boils, sores, lnfiamma-
Uon and all skin biseases Is Bucklin's
Arnica Salve. In four days It cured I
;H. Hafiin, of Iredell, Tex., of a sore on
his ankle which pained him so he could
hardly walk. Should be In every
house. Only 25 cents. Recommended
by Tydlngs & Co. Adv.
If I Cannot satisfy you now In a
trunk, bag cr suit case no one else can.
I have a large, variety at very attract attractive
ive attractive prices. Must reduce the stock. You
will soon be taking a trip supply
yourself now. Why Pay More? B.
Goldman. Adv. 4-3-4td ltw
Fair tonight and Sunday, cooler
peninsula tonight.
Partly cloudy, southwest wind.
Minimum temperature, 63 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 88 degrees.
Average, 73 degrees.
Are you going away? It will pay you
to buy your trunk, bag or suit-case
now, while I am offering them at very
low prices to reduce stock. Big allow allowance
ance allowance made for your old bag, suit-case
or trunk, taken In on the purchase of
a new one. Must reduce the stock.
Why Pay More? B. Goldman. Adv.
FOR RENT oraces n -Holder build
Ing. Apply to Davis & Martin.
I am overstocked on trunks, suit suitcases
cases suitcases and bags and am making special
efforts to reduce the stock by cutting
the prices way down. Why Pay More?
B. Goldman. Adv 4-3-4td ltw
Beck's hard water soap, ; ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy.- Adv.
cans Van Camp's soap 25c
" beans 25c
" Hominy 25c
" Mince Sleat- 25c
" Sunbeam shrimp .... 25c
lb Soda 5c
cans small flat Salmon 35c
" large M .-30c
" tail Salmon... 3Cc
" Argo large Salmon 45c
" Ocean Gem fall 2Cc
Hotel Astor Coffee
40 cts. per Pound
40 cts. per Pound
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If you have any Item3 for this de department,
partment, department, call Phone 106.
A Very Ejtyable Danre
The informal dance given to the
Lake Weir -Yacht Club members and
their friends at the club bouse last
evening by Mrs. Grace Willard Robin Robinson
son Robinson and Miss Florence Sehnitzler of
Weirsdale. was one of the most pleas pleasant
ant pleasant social affairs on the winter calen calendar
dar calendar of the club.
Mrs. Robinson and Miss Schnltzler
received their guests very informally
and during the evening served refresh refreshing
ing refreshing grapefruit punch. Music was fur furnished
nished furnished by the club house graphophone
and the twenty couples danced until
the midnight hour, when the merry
gathering dispersed.
Those going from Ocala were Misses
Marie von Engelken, Muriel Bittinger,
Hope Robinson, Lucile Robinson. Hes Hester
ter Hester Dewey, Josie Bullock. Annie Laurie
and Emma Perry, Messrs, R. M. Curtis,
E. J. Crook. Tom Pasteur, Coney, Phil
and Ralph Robinson, Bert Dosh, Bruce
Meffert, W. V. Newsom, Edwin Green,
Norton Davis and several others.
Sr. Margaret' Guild Tea at Homi of
Sirs. WMdron
Betwen the hours of 4 and. 6 o'clock
this afternoon the monthly silver tea
given by the ladies of St. Margaret's
Guild was held at the attractive home
of Mrs. D. S. Woodrow. Assisting Mrs.
Woodrow In making the afternoon
most enjoyable for the many church
people and friends who called were
Mrs. C. S. Cullen and Miss Meta Jewett.
Gorgeous and unusually fragrant
clusters of Easter lilies and bright nas nasturtiums
turtiums nasturtiums were used advantageously In
the living room and dining room and
their beauty frequently commanded the
conversation while the guests were en enjoying
joying enjoying the tea, coffee, sandwiches and
cake passed by Misses Blair Woodrow,
Hannay Ellis, S'dney Harold and Mary
Carter Riddle.
On account of the splendid program
at the Woman's Club the attendance
was lessened but the silver offering
netted a most acceptable sum.
Misses Lillie Bailey and Genevieve
Woods went to the lake last evening
for a week end visit.
Miss Frances Hale, who has been
teaching school at Weirsdale this term,
closed her school Thursday and will
leave next Wednesday for a visit to
her sister, Mrs. Blanding at Juliette,
from which place she will go to Bar Bartow
tow Bartow to spend the vacation months with
another sister, Mrs. Thompson. Miss
Hale has made many friends around
the lake who regret to see her leave
and hope that she will come back to
them again next term.
Miss Mary Connor went down to the
lake last evening to spend the week
end with her parents.
Miss Mary Howard leaves Thursday
afternoon for Jacksonville, where she
expects to make her home with her
brother, Mr. Hatton Howard, of that
city. Mss Howard Is one of the most
popular and attractive of the younger
set and will be greatly missed. Pa Palatka
latka Palatka notes in Times-Union.
Miss Frances Anderson and Miss
Mary Groover returned to the city last
night after a pleasant visit with. Miss
Elizabeth Hughlett in Cocoa. Times-
Miss Ida Floyd entertained at a
house party at her home In St. Au Augustine
gustine Augustine during the Ponce de Leon cele
bration and among the guests present
was Miss Alice Martin of Jacksonville.
Both Miss Floyd and Miss Martin have
friends In Ocala.
Capt. C. T. Howard, who is in com
mand of the yacht Doolie at Crystal
River, has been notified by the owner.
Mr. George Teabeau of ChJcago, to be
in readiness to lift anchor about the
fifth. Mr. Teabeau expects to take a
short cruise down the, west coast after
which the Doozie in all probability will
be brought back to Crystal River.
Mrs. W. D. Turnley has returned to
her home in Fort Meade, after a visit
to her mother, Mrs. Fanny R. Gary and
other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Hollinrake of
Ocala vlalted Mr. and Mrs. R. F.
Kriegsman over Sunday. Eusti3 Lake
Mr. and Mrs. Will Davis, who have
been the guests of the former's sisters,
Mrs. C. R. Tydlngs and Miss Annie Da Davis,
vis, Davis, left this afternoon for Columbus,
O., to visit relatives before leaving for
Oregon, where they will again take up
their residence. j
Mr. and Mrs. 1L M. Hampton and Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Rentz returned this
morning from their trip to St. Augus
tine and they report a delightful time.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Gamsby are enter-!
talning Rev, Glass during ".lis week end
Mr. T. H.lijarris left this morning j
for Duluth, Min??., going by Washing
ton for a shorf stay.
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Several of the golf and bridga de
votees who are members of the Coun
try Club took advantage of the perfect
day by spending it at the club. Picnic
lunch was taken and a thoroughly de delightful
lightful delightful day was enjoyed.
A candy sale will be held Thursday
morning in the band stand by the
members of the Altar Guild of the
Episcopal church.
Miss ,Mary Skipworth arrived this
afternoon from White Springs and is
the guest of Miss Clara Johnson. Miss
Clarabell Culpepper of St- Augustine,
was called to Jacksonville and will not
arrive until Monday and Miss John
son's other expected guest, Miss Chris
tine Wideman of DeLand, is detained
at home on account of Illness in her
Immediate family.
Sister Esther Carlotta of St Augus
tine will arrive In Ocala Thursday for
a few days stay. Shef comes especially
to be presenCa.UJthe U. D. C. meeting
Friday and while here will be enter entertained
tained entertained by Mrs. D. E. Mclver and Mrs.
E. M. Howard.
" The following, talieri' from the Win
ter Garden Times, will be of Interest
to the friends here of Mr. Pounds, who
frequently came to Ocala while playing
baseball: "Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Pounds
are spending this week motoring over
the country In their splendid eix-
cylinder Everett. Mrs. Pounds is better
known to this community as the at
tractive Miss Grace Early of Ocoee. Mr.
and Mrs. Pounds have a beautiful home
handsomely furnished, oi Starke Lake
in Ocoee. They will take their wed
ding trip this summer to Rochland

This bank co-operates with depositors in
development of their business in every way
consistent with good banking.
The same attention is given to large and
small accounts.


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Five neela Temple Tonight
Comedy, western and dramatic fea features"
tures" features" galore tonight, five of them, a
show, pleasing to all. Boys, Its your
duty to see that the girls get the best
of everything, so take them where they
can see the most up to date pictures
and while they are seeing them can
hear good music, the kind that makes
them Just want to get up and dance.
Some show tonight. Look It over.
"The Melbourn Confession." A grand
Essanay drama.
"It Might Have Happened." A west western
ern western and a dandy.
"Peggy and Her Romance." Don't
miss this; its great.
"The Opening of a Bud." Educational
and interesting.
"Barry Breaking In." A thriller by
the Edison company.
Door sopen 6:30 5 and 10 cents.
Ocala "Thallata" Made a II iff Hit at
Chaperone!" by Mrs. Moorehad and
Mrs. C. Green the Thal'an Dramatic
Club of this city went to Dunnellon
yesterday afternoon in autos and last
night they presented their play, "The
Freshman," at the opera house to a
large and appreciative audience. The
show was pronounced A No. 1 by the
Dunnellonites and the best of compli compliments
ments compliments were showered upon the mem
bers of the club. The Thalians are al already
ready already on the lookout for another good
play as "The Freshman" has been a
great success in every way and as 3Ir.
C. Green has consented to become their
coach, the next play will contain a lot
of snap and run more in the musical
and comedy line.
The Ocala Lodge. 2-To. 699, Loyal Or
der of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock In the Gary build
ing, third floor. Visiting brothers are
Invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, D'rator.
E. L. Stapp. Secretary. Ad.
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. A'A.
M. meets on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each month at 7:20
o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
Ocala Lodge No. 285, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings In
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Howell M. Hampton, E. R.
v Joseph Bell. Secretary. Ad.
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
ing brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. R. S. Ad.
I will allow you as much for your
old trunk, bag or suit-case as I will
get for It, when you buy a new one, in
order to reduce stock. Why Pay More?
B. Goldman. Adv. 4-3-4td ltw
I m overstocked on trunks, suit
cases and bags and am making special
efforts to reduce the, stock by cutting
the prices way down. Why Pay More?
B. Goldman. Adv. 4-3-4td ltw


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Phone' 118. '

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 of flee, and
other changes in the city charter of
Ocala, giving the council wider scope
of authority.
A bill to change the county line of
Marion county on the northern side of
the county, in and around Orange Lake.
A lotal 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, 191E, provided that
no general road law satisfactory to
the people of this county can be pass passed.
ed. passed. A bill establishing a criminal court
of record in 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 countyT'w
I know of no other local biUs7exepX-.
bills to incorporate the towns of Mcin Mcintosh
tosh Mcintosh and Summerfleld, 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 thajt I shall
so far as possible comply, with the con constitution
stitution constitution of the state relative to sixty
days notice for local bills, and that
any and all persons or citizens desir desiring
ing desiring to present to be for consideration
local leglsl4tin fcd 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
ity. Respectfully,"
Edwin Spencer, Jr.
Fort King Camp, No. 14. Woodmen
of the World, will hold their next reg regular
ular regular meeting Friday evening. Mch. 14,
at Ypnge's HalL Every member Is
urged to be present and visitors al always
ways always welcome. J. F. Thompson, C C.
C K. Sage, Clerk. Ad.
ROOMS FOR RENT Large, cool.
furnished rooms for rent Apply to
Mrs. T. 11. Walll3, 116 South 2nd 8t.
WANTED To Tent ror two or three
months, a small wall tent, large enough
for two. Address Shake, care Star.
Use Dike's Quinine ana Sage Hair
Tonic once a week on your head and
enjoy a healthy, clean scalp. You will
find this excellent tonic at the Court
Pharmacy. Adv.
Mr. Trniimrll necotnmead Lirarlr
tor Public Scboola and Several O""'
Needed Improvement la Pt -""
Are you going to.
go to the Coup
bar of Bfc
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. Bellevlew, April 2 Mr. E. R. Roberts
who has been spending the winter In
Bellevlew, left last Monday on the
limited for his home In Hartford, Ct,,
in response to a telegram relating to
the serious Illness of one of his fam family.
ily. family. Mrs. C. B. Bates and Mrs. Mary C.
Cook left last Monday on a visit to St.
Petersburg, Tampa and other points
Mrs. Guy d'EquIvelly who has been
visiting with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac Nix, returned to her home
at Lou g-h man last Tuesday.
Mr. Frank Ritter made his usual
week end viist to his family last Sat-

One of the recent arrivals at the Ho Hotel
tel Hotel Marion Is Mr. J. C. Hancock of Pa Pa-latka.
latka. Pa-latka.
There is being circulated a petition
asking for the removal of the present
postmaster and the appointment of an another.
other. another. Miss Elite Tremere with her friends,
Miss Flossie Evans and Mrs. Mariems
of Hastings, made a little trip to San Santos
tos Santos last Tuesday afternoon on pleas pleas-lira
lira pleas-lira bent.
Mrs. F. T. Benedict of Danbury, Ct,
left last Monday on the limited for her
home accompanied by her two Inter Interesting
esting Interesting children.
Mrs. Isaac Nichols is visiting with
her daughter, Mrs. I. I. Strong in
Mr. Alex Moorhead, the Jovial sur surveyor
veyor surveyor for the county, passed through
Bellevlew a couple of times this week,
each time stopping to shed the rays
of his sunshiny disposition on some of
his friends.
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Forbes, who have
been visiting with Mr and Mrs. Bry Bryant,
ant, Bryant, returned to their home in Mis Missouri
souri Missouri last Thursday.
Miss EIHe Tremere, Miss Flossie
Evans, Mrs. Mariems, Miss Margaret
Mariems and Minnie Tremere were a

bunch that spent last Thursday in
Ocala, going and returning with Capt.
Johnstone in his Nancy Hanks autogo

The Misses Turner with Mrs. Wilk

erson and Mrs. Pike went to Ocala in

Capt. Johnstone's automobile last Wed

Miss Ruby McClendon came up from
"Wildwood last "Wednesday to spend a
couple of days visiting with her

mother, Mrs. G. R. McClendon.


Coughs and colds, when neglected,
always lead, to serious trouble of the

lungs. The wisest thing to do when
you have a cold that troubles you is to

get a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis

covery. You will get relief from the

first dose, and finally the cough will
disappear. O. H. Brown, of Muscadine,

Ala., writes: "My wife was down in

bed with an obstinate cough, and I
honestly believe had it not been for

Dr. King's New Discovery, she would

not be living today." Known for
forty-three years as the best remedy
for coughs and colds. Price 50 cents

and $1. Recommended by Tydings &

Co. Adv.

Are you going away? It will pay you
to buy your trunk, bag or suit-case
now, while I am offering them at very

low prices to reduce stock. Big allow

ance made for your old bag, suit-case

or trunk,, taken in on the purchase of

a new one. Must reduce the stock.

Why Pay More? B. Goldman. Adv.


Jake Klein received today a big

shipment of the latest styles in ladies'

hats, among them being the very latest

thing, the canvass hat.

Ladies, have your dresses, gloves
and plumes dry cleaned by J. S.- Crom Cromer,
er, Cromer, phone 451. 3-6-tf


as hi


and things that you will need and which you will
buy, and we have them waiting for you. The big biggest,
gest, biggest, best line in the country. Just look at this
list of the few things we now have in stock:
Refrigerators Porch Furniture
Ice Cream Freezers Mattinn and Crex Ruas

Bis Porch Rockers

Mosquito Nets



Lawn Mowers
Rubber Hose

Porch Shades
Porch Swings
Lawn Seats

Garden Plows

and Garden Tools
Flower Pots

Furniture of all kinds. Hardware of all kinds.
Leather Goods of all kinds. Builder's Material.
Paints and Painter's Supplies. Wagons, Buggies.
Field and Poultry Wire Fence. Galvanized Iron.
In fact, everything except something to eat and
















Then Consult an Agent of the

and Other Information.


xll. 11. ii luumuiu.

City Passenger and Ticket Agt.


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


Copyright, 1911. 1312, by Doubleday, Page
& Co.

One Year of a Progressive Governor.
rpjUE platform upon which Gov Gov-J
J Gov-J I ernor Wilson had been elect

ed had promised four princi principal
pal principal things, which probably

not a man in the convention that
adopted it expected to see realized
the direct primary, a corrupt practices
election law, a public service commis commission
sion commission with power to fix rates and an
employers liability and workingmeu's
compensation law. The governor's in inaugural
augural inaugural address a remarkable docu document,
ment, document, vibrant with the spirit and the
consciousness of a new age, new alike
in politics and In the very elements of
social and industrial life made it clear
that he regarded the platform prom promises
ises promises as binding.
The new governor of New Jersey
had little respect for the doctrine of
"the three co-ordinate branches, as it
had been pedantically exaggerated in
It is not necessary here to go fur further
ther further Into Mr. Wilson's Ideas of re responsible
sponsible responsible government (he believes
that the American plan Is capable of
natural improvement), except to re remark
mark remark that he attributes the upgrowth
of the boss system, with its extra
legal (extra official) leaders, largely to
the absence of constitutional provision
tor official leaders and to add that he
had determined to be, as governor, an
official leader the chief of his party
in the state, the party put Into powor
by an overwhelming vote of the people
the leader, therefore, responsible not
only for administering the routiue
business of the governor's office, but
for seeing that the policies indorsed in
the party platform on which he Jiad
been elected were embodied In legis legislation.
lation. legislation. During the campaign he had
explicitly requested that no man vote
for him who did not want him to be
the party leader. He had warned the
electorate of the state that If elected
he meant to be an "unconstitutional
governor," as the constitution was in

stantly interpreted to forbid his taking

part in legislation.
What was the situation that con confronted
fronted confronted this hopeful governor?
His party had a majority on joint
ballot of the legislature, but the sen senate,
ate, senate, without whose concurrence no
bill could become law, stood Repub Republican
lican Republican 12 to 9. Democrats were in a
majority of 42 to 18 in the assembly,

but many of the party's representa

tives were connected with the old or

ganization and resentful of the college
president's advent into politics. The

governor's triumph in seating Mr.
Martine in the United States senate

over ex-Senator Smith's candidacy had

not ended the war between him and
the old organization. It had given

him prestige, it had heartened the
friends of good government, but it

had even more savagely embittered

the old leaders and engendered sullen
ness among their still faithful follow

ers. "We gave him the senatorship,"

they said among themselves, "but that

is the end. We've done enough. If

he asks for more he'll find out who is
running the state of New Jersey."

The state of New Jersey had been
"run" for years by the allied corpora corporation
tion corporation Interests.
The way in which a situation so dis discouraging
couraging discouraging was forced to yield the sur surprising
prising surprising results it did yield is full of
promise to men of hope
Governor Wilson relied from the start
on the merits of the bills, on public
sentiment in favor of them and on his
power to force the open discussion of
them. He would not permit them to
be done for in secret conferences; there
should be public debate, ne would
make his own arguments for the bills
so that all the state should hear him.
and he would compel the opponents to
give the reasons of their opposition
publicly. The doors of his office stood
always open, and he encouraged sena senators
tors senators and assemblymen to make it a
habit to come to see him and talk
things over familiarly, but never se secretly.
cretly. secretly. Those who did not come he
sent for on one pretext or another, and
he matter of the bills naturally came
up. He told them that he had no
patronage to dispose of, no promises
to make and no warnings to issue, but
he should like to have them consider
the bills on their merits and let him
know where they stood.
Heretofore Republican governors
had consulted Republican members,
and Democratic governors had consult consulted
ed consulted Democratic members. Wilson con consulted
sulted consulted members of both parties. He
talked to them all alike of the good
of the commonwealth. To Democrats
he added arguments based on the plat platform
form platform promises. He made it clear that
he considered himself chosen party
leader, but he gave no orders he
would not be a boss. The nearest
that he ever came to a threat was in
the suggestion to a few stubborn op opponents
ponents opponents that they debate the question
with him in public in their own dis districts.
tricts. districts. From time to time the gover governor
nor governor Issued public statements regarding
his measures. In one be expressed the
fear that he might have to name the
men who were preparing to be faith faithless
less faithless to the platform promises and t
betray the people.
On the opening of the legislature,
Jan. 10, 1911, it was with difficulty
that sponsors could be found to intro introduce
duce introduce the governor's bills. Few believ believed
ed believed that a single one of them could be
forced through before the end of the
cession. "Very well, then; Tve shall

hare to cave special session to ao

it," was Governor Wilson's undismay undismayed
ed undismayed reply. "However, let us hope that
won't be necessary."
. First in order came up the primary
elections bill, to which an assembly assemblyman
man assemblyman from Monmouth county had al allowed
lowed allowed his name to be given the Geran
This revolutionary piece of legisla legislation
tion legislation contemplated the turning over of
both or all political organizations to
the people. Conventions, so easily ma manipulated
nipulated manipulated by nominating bosses, were
done away with. All candidates for
office from that of constable to presi president
dent president were to be nominated directly by
ballot of the people: all party officers,
committeemen, delegates to national
conventions, and the like, were to be
so elected by popular ballot.
To those who nnderstand the signifi significance
cance significance of the great movement for the
resumption by the people of the direct
powers of government It would have
been sufficiently astonishing that a
governor of a state like New Jersey
should have thought It worth while to
make to his legislature such an au audacious
dacious audacious proposal as the direct primary,
with' popular selection of United States
senators, popular nomination of presi presidential
dential presidential candidates and popular choice
of party officers. This meant the kill killing
ing killing of the bosses; it meant the ex extinction
tinction extinction of corporation controlled or organizations;
ganizations; organizations; it uiant everything that
New Jersey had never bad and that
the professional politicians and the big
business interests couid never permit
it to have..
No wonder lb.rf a: a battle rova II


(Continued Monday)


Expert Medical Scleatlata Annonace

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If you have experimented with oth

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We have just received a carload of

St. Louis horses that we will be glad

to show to our customers at our tern
porary quarters at Dr. Dunn's veter

inary hospital. These horses are very
fine animals and among the drove are
horses for all purposes. You will be

sure to find the horse you want among

them. Harrell-Johnson & Co.,
4-3-dw tf Ocala, Florida,

I will allow you as much for your

old trunk, bag or suit-case as I will

get for it, when you buy a new one, in

order to reduce stock. Why Pay More?

B. Goldman. Adv. 4-3-4td ltw


I The Antiseptic powder shaken into
the shoesThe Standard Rem

edy lor the leet for a Quarter
r-p-ntnrv. ."Vl.nOO testimonials. Sold

Trade-Marie everywhere, 25c. Sample FJtEE.

Address, Alien s. oimstea. i.e hot,
The Man who put the EEs in FEET,

I will allow you as much for your
old trunk, bag or suit-case as I will

get for it, when you buy a new one. In

order to reduce stock. "Why Pay More?

B. Goldman. Adv. 4-3-4td ltw

Freckled Girls
It is an absolute fact, that one 50 cent
will either remove your freckles or cause
them to fade and that two jars will even
in the most severe cases completely cure
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.
fragrant and absolutely harmless. Will

not make hair ctow but will positively
LES. FRECKLES. Come in today and try it. Thejar3

are large and results absolutely certain.
Sent bv mail if desired. Price 50c.

Mammoth jars $1.00. WILSON'S FAIP.
SKIN SOAP 25c For sale by

Chinese and American Cooking

Regular Meals



All Food will be well Pre Prepared
pared Prepared by a Chinaman
who Knows How.

Regular Meals, 25c and Up.
Lunches, 5c.

Located In tt Bnildlns Be Between
tween Between Ilurxt & Garner and
Burnett's Tailoring; Establishment.

Careful Estimates 3Ta2e on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and Detter
work for the .money than iy other
contractor in the dtx.


t5elow Is a list of prizes to be given

a war. in the girls tomato club contest.

State Prise
$30 to the first prize winner of Flor

ida, given by Federation of Women's

Marion Coantjr Prizes
1st prize, short course at "Woman's

College, and canning outfit.

2nd prize, certificate of record and

520 in gold.

3rd prize, certificate of record and

$15 in gold.

4th prize, certificate of record and

$10 in gold.

5th prize, certificate of record and $5

in gold.

The next seven will be given a cer certificate
tificate certificate of record and $1 In gold.
$5 to club member who sends in first

crate of ripe tomatoes, sale of tomatoes

go to the club member; prize given by

J. R. Moorhead.

$1 to club member sending in first
two baskets of rJpe tomatoes; prize
given by J. IL Moorhead.
$5 to club member who puts up to tomatoes
matoes tomatoes in greatest variety; prize giv given
en given by O. K. Grocery.
A gold watch Is offered by the E. O.

Pointer Fertilizer Co., of Jacksonville,
to club member who makes best re

cord. If their fertilizer Is used in mak

ing this record, an additional prize of

$25 is offered.

There will also be given two ban banners,
ners, banners, one given to the club of the first

prize winner, and the other one to the

club from which the best essay is
written. The county school board has
offered a prize of $10 in gold to the
teacher in the county who conducts
the best tomato club, and $5 to the
second best. Cans and labels will be

handled at as small cost as possible.
On Saturday, May 3rd, all club mem

bers with their parents, teachers and

interested friends are invited to meet

in Ocala. They will bring picnic bas

kets and spend the day on the league
playground. Prof. Vernon of Gaines

ville, and Miss Harris of Tallahassee

will be with us. Instructions on tomato
culture and canning will be given. On

that day club members who have gar

dens started will receive pennants for
same. Please let me know if you will
be with us. The boys of the corn clubs

of this and adjoining counties are es

pecially invited to be present as the

guests of the tomato clubs.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead,
Agent, Girls Canning Club, Marion Co.

The following prizes will be" given

to those under ten years of age.
1st prize, $10.
2nd prize, $5, by Carn-Thomas Co.
The next five will be given one dol
lar prizes.


Sick headaches, sour, gassy stomach.

indigestion and biliousness disappear
quickly after you take Dr. King's New

Life Pill3. They purify the blood and
put new life and vigor in the system.

try them and you will be well satisfied,
Every pill helps; every box guaran guaran-ed
ed guaran-ed by Tydings & Co. Adv.

If I cannot satisfy you now in a

trunk, bag or suit-case no one else can.

I have a large variety at very attrac attrac-Ive
Ive attrac-Ive prices. Must reduce the stock. Tou
will soon bo taking a trip supply

yourself now. Why Pay More? B
Goldman. Adv. 4-S-4td ltw


To Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby given that during
the ensuing session of the legislature
of the state of Florida, and sixty (60)
dava aftop tho first niihHatfnn ctt this

notice, application will be made, by

the introduction or Dins in sam legis legislature,
lature, legislature, for the extension of the city
limits of the city of Ocala. a munici-
nal nrnnraHnn. unrlpr tho laws -of the

state of Florida, as follows. Said

boundary lines to oe estaDiisnea as
Pnmmotiln! a t tho Bftllthwost rftr.

ner of the northwest quarter of sec section
tion section nineteen, in township fifteen,

soutn, range tweniy-iwo east, iiarion
county, Florida, thence running north
with tho ranp-o Utia on o hundred and

sixty chains to the northwest corner

of the soutnwest quarter oi section
seven, thence running east through
tho fontor nf sorptions seven and eiarht.

one hundred and fifty-seven chains to
the northeast corner of the southeast

quarter or section eight, thence soutn
one hundred and sixty chains to the
nr.rthoat rmol rtt lnt t WO H In

section twenty, thence running west

one hundred and nrty-seven cnams to
the place of beginning containing
four square miles more or less.
Notice is also given that after sixty
days from the first publication of this
notice, application will be made, by
the introduction of a bill during the
ensuing session of the legislature, to
extend the city limits on the east of
the city of Ocala, a municipal corpor corporation
ation corporation organized and existing under
the laws of the state of Florida, to
Silver Springs, Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and the proposed boundary lines
thereof as follows:
Commencing at the southwest cor corner
ner corner of section nine, in township fif fifteen,
teen, fifteen, south, range twenty-two, east,
thence running east one mile to the
southeast corner of said section nine,
thence running in northeasterly direc direction
tion direction tn tho nnrthwest corner of the

southeast quarter of the northeast

quarter or section one oi saia town township
ship township and range, thence running east
one-half mile to the northeast corner
of the southwest quarter of the north northwest
west northwest quarter of section six, township
fifteen, range twenty-three, east,
thence running south one-half mile to
the southeast corner of the northwest
quarter of the southwest quarter of
said seetion six .thence running west
one-half mile to the southwest corner
of the northeast corner of the south southeast
east southeast quarter of section one, in town township
ship township fifteen, range twenty-two. east,
thence running in a southeasterly di direction
rection direction to the southeast corner of the
southwest quarter of the northwest
quarter of section fifteen, in township
fifteen, range twenty-two, east, thence
west one and one-fourth miles to the
west line of section sixteen, thence
north one-half mile to the place of be beginning.
ginning. beginning. B. A, Weathers,
President of the City Council.
Attest: II. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.

The tax assessment roll for the city fnr tho voar. A. D. 1913. is

TeTa nrm nloted a tho same will be

presented to the city council. The said

tax roll win oe open ior inspection
during office hours at the city clerk's
nfn trnm thfa Hato until the sefnnd

Tuesday in April, being the 8th day of

said montn, on wnicn aaie ai a o ciuca
p. m the city council will sit as an
equaiiation board to hear complaints
against assessments as made by the
city tax assessor, and to correct as assessments
sessments assessments of value of property. All!n3 mii at ..a tnado tn tho coun

cil in writing on or before the date

aforesaid. ii. cisirunit
City Clerk and Assessor oi Taxes of
the City of Ocala.
Thi3 March 28th, 1313.
r.nitAM losj-atooa. d!strShtooi and

all persons having claims or demands

against the estate oi wuuam Anaer Anaer-son,
son, Anaer-son, late of Ocala, Florida, are called
upon to present them within two years
from this date to the undersigned.

ucaia, t ii., uec 411,
Rebecca W. Anderson,
Executrix of the Will of William Aj-
derson. Deceased.

3-10-17-24-31 7-14-21-28

Of Final Settlemeat and Dlacaary f

Notice Is hereby given that on the
5th day of July, A. D. 1913, t3 under undersigned
signed undersigned will present my accounts a.
vouchers to" the Judge of probate in
and for Marion county, Florida, at his
office in Ocala, and will make my
final settlement and will apply for dia-
This 3rd day of January, A. D. 1913.
D. A. Smith,
As Administrator of the Estate of A.
I Barber.


FrM to Yms mnd Erary Stsiar
faring from Wmana AUnxMrta,

I am a, woman,
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wearinsss, kidney and Nadder troubles wher
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Young Frying Sized Chickens, in Limited Quantity
35 Cents Per Pound
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First Class Service Assured and will Appreciate your trade
Phone 108 W. H. MARSH, City Market

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

Call op Phone 300 and Let us Give an Estimate on Vcar


We Guarantee (0 Save Yon Money on Any Work In Onr Lines
Aa we emslor none bat experts we are la position to guarantee ev
err plere of work we construe! to aland (be Inspection of the moat
rlslA Inspector. If eosta notltlna; to get our figure, and yon are tka
winner, whether we secure the contract or not. Give ua a trial.



Take no chances with a pain In the chest.
22rerr case of consumption began with tiiat.
ymptcrn. Stop It at once with


MorehoyncI Syrup
It Is a Fin Healing Remedy for
Sore Lungs, Coughs and
It TProraptly chftcks Inflammation, relaxes tightness, clear tb
air passages, restores tone and strengrth to the bronchial tubes.
Believes hoarseness. Irritating coughs, tickling sensations In the
throat; removes congestion and enables tho patient to breathe
easily and rest comfortably at night.
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per Bott.3.
Buy the 11.03 elate. It contains five times as much
as the 25c size, and yon Ret with each bottle a Dr.
2Terricks Red pepper porous piaster for the chest,
StepTsesa Eye Salve fa t safe and speedy remedy for Sore JCyea.

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