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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Full Text
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VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLOEIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1913
NO. 267

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Judge Itiill4Mk Mion How Fearfully

Overburdened With. .Work and Ei Ei-pei:e
pei:e Ei-pei:e In flint Tribuaal

Ocala. Fla., April 8. 1913.
IMltor .Star: You have asked me
for an expression of opinion as to the
formation of a county court or a crim criminal
inal criminal court of record in Marlon county.
There are many read to advice you.

at law In which the demand
shall not exceed 1500.00 of pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings relating to forcible entry or
unlawful detention of lands
and of misdemeanors, and final appel appellate
late appellate jurisdiction In civ'l cases arising
in courts of the Justice of the Peace."
(Any crime punishable with death or
in the. state prison is a felony; "the
other crimes are misdemeanors.)
"The County Judge (Judge Smith)
shall be judge of said court. There
shall be elected, when the judge is
elected,, a prosecuting attorney for said
county for four years. His
duties and compensation shall be pre prescribed
scribed prescribed by law."
As to the criminal court of record:
Section 24, Art. 5, Constitution: "Upon

opin-. application of a majority of the regis-

ioit is so difficult to secure that I willjtered voters in such coun coun-only
only coun-only give you some few facts, and let ties as the legislature may deem ex ex-others
others ex-others advise you. Many of, the big-( pedient,, there may be established-a
mouthed advocates of one or the other criminal court of record and there
of the.e courts do not even know the, shall be one judge appointed by the
jurisdiction of the two courts. governor, for four years." whose" salary
When we find the Fall term of the j shall be one thousand dollars a year.

circuit court only ended a week before? the counties paying the salary.'

tiii commencement of the Spring term,
with many night sessions, it ia time for
something to be dene. A fall discus discussion
sion discussion would take more time and space
in your paper than. I feel justified to
ask, even at your suggestion. As to
the jurisdiction of the courts, Sec. 5
of the Constitution provides for them.

Section 25: "The said court shall
have jurisdiction "of all criminal cases
not capital." Two offenses are capi capital
tal capital cases, murder and rape.
Section 26: "There shall be six terms
of said courts in 'each year."
Section 27. "There shall be .
a prosecuting attorney appointed hy

As to county court, we have none, i the governor

. for four years. His

Judge Smith is not judge of the county compensation shall be fixea by Jaw."
court, but. properly, probate judge, butj Section 2$. "The offense triable in
a county judgt la -created b the legls-(said courts shall be prosecuted upon

lature. Marion county has none. Sec.
18. Art. 5. Constitution: The Legis Legislature
lature Legislature may organize county
courts which shall have jurisdiction

information . but the grand jury
may Indict for offenses triable in said
court."
Section 30. "The clerk shall be elect-

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We have just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN
Wire Fencing, staples and Hay wire and are in a position to
make some attractive prices on it. We are the only dealers
in this section of the country that handle this brand bf fence and
have demonstrated in the pit that it is absolutely the best,
strongest fence on the market, and running it as we have in
competition with the many inferior grades of wire fence. We
have had some phenomenal sales on it and made many friends
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good we will.

IGHT LANG

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m. w, .ttiljcsbc-ies:

FORT KING BLQCK

QCALA, FLORIDA

MOTEL CHURCHILL

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NEW YORK

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ea . . ror rour years ana nis
compensation fixed by law."
Section 31. States attorney Is "elig "eligible"
ible" "eligible" to this position.
Section 32. Such court may -be
abolished by the legislature.
This, in brief, is the creation and
jurisdiction and officers of both courts.
The objects to be attained are pri primarily
marily primarily economy and humanity and,
while not accurate to a dollar, we may
take last term of circuit court and It
will serve as a reasonable basis of- cal calculation.
culation. calculation. Ag to the civil docket: There were 49
civil cases on the docket. Of these,
seventeen would be triable in a county
court.
As to the criminal docket: There
were 53 criminal cases on the docket:
eight murder and rape case3 so that
45 of this number would be triable in
the criminal court of record. Of these
53 cases there are two misdemeanors

that would be triable in the county

court.

As to the matter of expense. If some

one wltn inclination and some dili

gence would get the pay rolls, it would

not be wholly a matter o festimate, as

I have made. Another important mat

ter is the "time" of holding circuit

court in Marlon county. Experience,
by many, clearly proves that the week

before Christmas you cannot accom accomplish
plish accomplish much, and immediately following
this is New Year holiday and it is hard

for business. We tried to correct this

and after three meetings by the at

torneys in the five counties, and a bill
agreed on, it was sent to the legisla legislature
ture legislature for 1909, and the representative
from Sumter county, it is stated, out outwitted
witted outwitted our statesmen, and it failed a
fearful miscarriage, but we take it as
we find it.
Assume that the grand jury investi

gate thirty cases, and -an average of

five witnesses to each case, and an

average attendance on grand jury five
days, and live an average distance of

ten miles from the courthouse, for each
witness to travel, the result is: Wit Witness,
ness, Witness, per diem, in one case, five witness

es, five days at $1 per day, $25; and

thirty cases. $750; mileage, five wit

nesses, 20 miles in one case, and. thirty

cases, is 3000 miles at five cents per

mile, $150. We say now of the thirty

cases, twenty indictments are found,
and we then have in part the same for

trial of case. How many days await

ing trial? Our average term is five to

six weeks, and increasing. We take

the six, and discount increasing time

An average attendance after grand

jury find indictment is fixed at seven
days. So, you have five witnesses sev

en days, $35 ror one case, and twenty
cases, $700. Now, the grand jury cost,

and we will average ten days, and in

creasing. You have eighteen jurors at
$3 per day, $54 per day for ten days,

$540; mileage, 18 men, 20 miles each,

360 miles at five cents, $18. This mile

age is not enough, and perhaps all the

estimates should be one-third more

Summoning witnesses before the grand

jury; 30 eases, five witnesses each case.

150, average of 3000 miles at 10 cents

per mile, $300 for sheriff. Feeding

prisoners: Take an average of 15 cases

average three months, at 40 cents a

day, $12 a month one case,, and 15

cases, $180 per month, for three

months, $540. How many false affi

davits for absent witnesses and cases

continued and much of this cost re

peated. incurred again, and this Is
omitted from this statement. Bear in

mind this is not near "all" the cost.

for no account is made of clerk's cost,

bringing prisoners to and from jail.

and attachments, mileage and cost of

service, and it is a considerable sum

This statement .will grow to such

proportions tnat one communication is

too murdensome, and it is based on es

timates" largely, and at Best only a
basis to consider and invest'gate the

matter more thoroughly. Did it ever
occur to you that one judge had all of

this, and in five counties (not one

county) the others not so, much, and

then ths not one-half of what he

doe,s Add to this estimate the esti

mate pf four other counties, and then
add the many hundreds of chancery
cases, bills for injunction, receivers,
habeas corpus, d'vorce, clouds on title.

pleadings of all characters and, above

all, the inestimable privilege (?) of

HAVING to listen to arguments (with

out law) of the many learned advo
cates. barrister, counsellors and law

y-ers, and don't you see what a fine

thing he has? It is fine (so I have

heard.)

I have not gone into the expression of

any opinion and as I have no time to

get up exact data, and no one to do It
for me, I should not care to enter into
discussions in the public print of the
matter in the absence of data not

wholly estimates.

The great evil is, that when the con

ditions are sought to be connected, im

mediately politics, wire-pulling and

personal advancement get into it most
prominently and that which is really
best is lost sight of.

I am will'ng to aid in getting data

and discussing it, if desired.

W. S. Bullock.

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I'renldcat Wilson Took 0ly Fifteen

!inaten to Read lib Mftnige
to L'oagrrew
Washington, D. C. April 9. Presi

dent Wilson stood on the speaker'3

rostrum in the halls of Congress yes

terday and personally read his message
to Congress, the first president since

John Adams to exercise that privilege.

Oalleries were packed with national

figures, Mrs. Wilson and her three

daughters and the women of the cabi

net circle prominent among them. The
diplomatic gallery probably contained

a representative or every nation with

an envoy in the foreign corps here.

The president was cheered as he

tepped upon the rostrum and shook

hands with Speaker Clark. He began

to speak Immediately. There was ab absolute
solute absolute silence, the president talking in
ordinary tone as he explained his com

ing in person to deliver his message.

Throughout the message the presi

dent read in a clear voice which car

ried his words to every corner of the
big hall. Members of the House and

Senate sat throughout in rapt atten

tion following every word closely. A
murmur of conversation that swept the

gallery when the president began was

soon nusned as tne tail, imposing

figure at the clerk's desk read on in
his commanding but conversational

style. As he closed his introductory

remarks, explaining his presence be before
fore before them, senators and representa representatives
tives representatives joined In the applause. The pres

ident concluded his address amid a

round of applause and immediately left

the assembly.

When the president concluded he

said, "I thank you sincerely."

Two motives influenced Mr. Wilson

to decide to read in person his first

communication to Congress the per

functory way in which presidential

messages usually were received, ac

companied as they are by jthe drone of

the clerk's voice and empty seats, and
Mr. Wilson's desire that every mem member
ber member should hear his appeal for a revis revision
ion revision of the tariff, the sole purpose for

which Congress was called into x x-traordinary
traordinary x-traordinary session.

spent Monday night and Tuesday with
Mrs. V. P. Smith.
Mrs. J. P .and Mrs. Y. p. Smith
spent Wednesday with Mrs. I. N.
Bawls of Montbrook.
Mrs. J. M. Smith was a business vis visitor
itor visitor to Williston Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bradley and
children of Jacksonville were week
end visitors to Mr. Robert Bradley.
The many friends of Mrs. Robert
Bradley are indeed sorry to learn that
she is still Quite ill.
Mr. Cedric Smith was shopping in
Micanopy Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Tyson and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Jamielie, were shopping in Archer
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Retis Smith and Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Bradley and daughter
Luclle, were calling in Raleigh Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon.
Mr. J. W. May and daughter. Miss
Vida of Micanopy, spent "Sunday in our
midst.
Rev. Milton Dunning passed thru
here last Wednesday on his way to
Micanopy to visit his brother, Mr. J. S.
Dunning for a few days before leaving
for his home in Louisiana.

II Mil

Special Meeting: of the City Coaarll
Lat Muht Market Ordinance Pawn Pawned
ed Pawned Over the Mayor's Veto -Important
Health MeaMure Pa.el.
The city council met last night In
special session to take up the matter
of equalizing the tax "assessment rolls
and to hear complaints of those who
thought their assessments were un unreasonable.
reasonable. unreasonable. This work was only com commenced
menced commenced last night as much of the time
of the council was taken up with the
discussion of the market ordinance and
with talks by citi-ens present against
the passage of the ordinance over the

mayor's veto. Rev. J. B. Iy and Dr.
W. 11. Dodge spoke Against It3 pas passage,
sage, passage, Mr. Ley making reference to the
editorial in the tSar favoring the pas passage
sage passage of the ordinance. On roll call the
ordinance was passed over the mayor's
veto, those voting aye being Messrs.
Helvenstm, Carmichaei. Weihe, HalrtJ,
Livingston and Bennett and those vot voting
ing voting no being the president, Mr. -Weathers
and the vice president, Mr. Tayjor.
So the market ordinance becomes a law
and that institution may be kept open
certain hours on Sunday mornings.
Dr. IZ. Van Hood, president of the
City Board of Health, was present and
had asked a number of citizens to come
with him. Also, two members of the
board of county commissioners, Messrs.
Mayo and Luffman, were present. Dr..
Hood fpoke of the urgent need at timet

(Concluded on Second Page)

TWO RESIDENCES FOR SALE

3Iy two residence properties on South
Third atreet are for aale. Halt cash,
balance on time, or liberal dlaemsnt for
all caMh. Wish to set further out aad

more ; room.. Houses are ta best of

condition, with all modern con convenience.
venience. convenience. Price and terms given on

application. IV. II. Carroll.

MARTEL

IIKWiHlJ OF OITME.TS FOR CA

TARRH THAT CONTAIN MERCURY

as mercury will surely destroy the

sense or smell and completely derage

the whole system when entering it
through the mucous surfaces. Such ar

ticles should never be used except on

lans, as the damege 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.,
Toledo, O., contains no mercury and is
taken internally, acting directly upon

the blood and mucous surfoces of the
system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure
be sure you get the genuine. It Is tak taken
en taken Internally and made in Toledo. O.,

by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials

free.

Sold by Druggists. Price 75 cents

per botie. Take Hall s Family Pills
for constipation. Adv.

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WACAHOOTA

Martel, April 8. Mr. J. A. Nelson
returned Monday from a few days fish fishing
ing fishing trip down on the Wlthlacoochee
river and reports a fine time, with lots
of fish.
The writer has been enjoying a few
days visit from his friend, Prof.'Jno. O.
Beall of Samson, Ga.
Mrs. O. T. Mattox, who has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. E. R. Har Harper
per Harper of this place, left Monday for Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, where she will visit for a few
days with her daughter, Mrs. Blitch.

Mrs. L A. Tucker, who has been til

for some time, has sufficiently recov'

ered so that she went to Largo last
Friday, where she will spend a few

days with her sister, Mrs. E. H. Giles.
It was a good looking company that
were entertained last Friday evening
by an equually good looking host and
hostess at a pound party held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Register.
The evening was most pleasantly pass passed
ed passed In music and games and last but

not least in partaking of the goodie
goodies that had been brought by the
guests.

Mrs. Will Miller Is quite ill at the

home of her sister, Mrs. W. E. Ilug-

glns. ,

ine Vianet Lumber company owns
some of the finest timber in the state
of Florida and rarely if ever have to
turn down an order.on account of its
size. As an example they sawed at
their mill here one day last week two
pieces of lumber which contained over
4,000 feet, the largest piece being 23 by
24 inches in size by 51 feet long, con

taining 2,346 lumber feet. The other one
was 20 by 20 inches and of the same

length. They also cut a number of
pieces 12 by 12 of 50 feet and over in

length.

Wacahoota, April 8. The past, week

has been ideal spring weather and ev

erybody is busy planting.

Mrs. Harvey Eruton of Micanopy

CHINESE
RESTAURANT,
CHARLEY WAH,
Proprietor,

Chinese and American Cooking

Regular Meals

AND

CARLOAD OF HORSES

JUST RECEIVED

Lunches

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

Regular Meals, 25c and Up.

Lunches, be.

Located In Xew Dulldine Be Between
tween Between Hurst & Garner and
Harnett's Tailoring Establishment.

For biliousness, malaria and constt
pation, the proper remedy is SIM

MON'S RED Z LIVER REGULATOR.

The first dose makes you feel beter and

a little more of the same medicine

cures you completely. Price, large
package, fl; small size, 25 cents. Sold

by all druggists. Adr,

'(ul TMlKDj

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Emm

No

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

Bonless Ham -Cold
Boiled Ham
Fresh Pork Sausage

Boiled Ox Tongue
Sliced Dried Beef
Frankfurter Sausage

German Salomi Sausage Bologna Sausage
Liver Sausage V Boneless Pigs Feet
Philadelphia Cream Cheese
Swiss Cheese Roquefort Cheese
Pimento Cheese Camembert Cheese

GiP(eeiryo

Phones 16-174

OCALA,

FLORIDA

CAXDLEK

JACKSONVILLE'S Fit

MOTEL

EST

We have just received a carload of

St. Louis horses that we will be glad
to show to our customers at our tem temporary
porary temporary quarters at Dr. Dunn's ..veter ..veterinary
inary ..veterinary 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.

COUGHS AXD COXSUMPTIOX.

AFilJ

FLORIDA'S LARGEST AUG BEST YEAR ROUHD HOTEL

The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or

Sister to.
HOME HOTEL OF THE STATF

RATES
AMERICAN PLAN S4-.00 PER DAY AND UPWARD
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 PER DAY AND UPWARD
A. F. MLS0F1. Ass'l Elflr. TD0S. II. WILSON. Prop, and Ugr
JACKSONVILLE FLA.

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 13 to
get a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis Discovery.
covery. Discovery. You will get relief from the
first dose, and finally the cough will
disappear. O. II. Brown, of Muscadine,
Ala., writes: ''My wife was down In
bed with an obstinate cough, and I

honestly believe had it rot 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 Tydlngs &
Co. Adv.

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

W. G. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLASS FURNISHED
OX APPLICATION
P. O. JJOX 4 OCALA, FLA.
HAVE YOUR CAR PAINTED

Candler, April 7. Mr. Thomas Gil

lespie has returned from a business

trip to Soutn Florida.

Mrs. Aiken, who has been the guest

of Mrs. Mary Elliott and Miss Cath
erine Caull, has returned to her Ten
nessee home.
Mrs. Ellis and Miss Ellis spent sev

era! days of the past week at Lake

Weir.

Mrs. Rankin, assisted by her cousin,

Miss Elizabeth Rankin, pleasantly en

tertained the following ladies Wednes

day afternoon: Mrs. J. N. Marshall,

Mrs. John Mathews, Mrs. TV. W. Jones,

Mrs. Mary Elliott, Mrs. Henry Clarke,
Mrs. J. Lough, Mrs. E. G. McKInley

and Misses Catherine Caull and Hall, j

For an hour needles were busily ap- J

plied in the execution of fancy work.

Much merriment was caused by the

guessing contest. Delicious refresh
ments were served by the hostess.

Miss Daisy Albertson paii her

Weirsdale relatives a week end vistl

Rev. Landers of Bradentown deliv

ered two scholarly sermons Supday,

morning and evening, in the Presby
terian church.

Rev. Albertson paid our town a visit

Sunday and Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clarke and Miss
Edna Clark are spending the week on
Heather Island, the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. O. Hightower.
Miss Eunice Loomls entertained her

cousin, Mis3 Lena Knox, a noted music musician
ian musician from Cambridge, Mass.. part of last
week.
Melon vines are In blossom.

IF. E. McCLANE, rVS.

SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES

THE Dr. M'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL

, AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
OCALA, FLORIDA.

PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr. McClane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block. Southwest Corner Pyblic Square.

THE COMING OF SPRINGTIME
MEANS THE COMING OF MANY OTHER THINGS

EDWARD DRAKE
CIVIL EXGINEKK,
DRAUGHTSMAN
AND :OXTltACTOIl
Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands sur surveyed
veyed surveyed and platted. Ciose estimates
made on erection of buildings of any
character by contract or on a com commission
mission commission basis. Write or consult me at
Vorthwest Corner Ocala House Block
OCALA FLORIDA

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

Don'tbe surprised if you have an at

tack of rheumatism ths spring. Just
rub the affected parts freely with
Chamberlain's Liniment and it will
Eoon disappear. For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Adv.

Gentlemen, nave your suits, hats
and neckties dry cleaned by one who
knows how. J. S. Cromer, phone
451. 3-8-tf

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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:

Porch Fnrniture
Matting and Crex Rags
Big Porch Rockers

Awnings

Refrigerators
Ice Cream Freezers
Lawn Mowers

Rnbber Hose
Porch Shades
Perch Swings
Lawn Seats
Hammocks

Mosquito Nets
Garden Plows
and Garden Tools
Flower Pols

Furniture of all kinds. Hardware of all kinds, f
Leather Goods of all kinds. Builder's Material.
Paints and Painter's Supplies. Wagons, Buggies.
Field and Poultry Wire Fence. Galvanized Iron.
In fact, everything4 except something to eat and
wear. ?

UNDERTAKERS AND
EMBALMERS

CONTRACTORS AND
BUILDERS

McIVER & McRAY
OCALA, FLORIDA

For rheumatism you will find noth nothing
ing nothing better than Chamberlain's Lini Liniment.
ment. Liniment. Try It and see how quickly it
gives relief. For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Adv.

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor tn tb cltx.

Pains in the back and irregularities
to which women are subject, with all
their attendant miseries, yield at once
to DR. SIMMON'S SQUAW VINE
COMPOUND. It is a powerful restor restorative.
ative. restorative. It is as pleasant to take as the
juice of a sweet orange Price 11 per
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Adv.

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

Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days

Yoar druraist will refnnd money if PAZO

OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching,
Blind. Bleedtstr r Protrndin tr PHru in 6 to 1 i da v
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CAFE IN CONNECTION
European Plan, S1.C0 and cp
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE DATH
Hot and Cold Roanl&c Water aad
Telephone in Room. Ciev"iter
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Corner Bay and Hogan streets, e n a
block from postofSce. Street cars
from Union Station and all 'steamers
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OCAIA EVEKIXG STA WEDXESDAfV APRIL ISIS

OGALA EVENING STAR

CLOSING EXERCISES

OP THE GOOLSBY SCHOOL

BIttinger Carroll Proprietors.

It. It. Carroll, Easiness Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In the postofflce at Ocala,
Fla., as .second class mail matter.

DOXT WANT THE DAIIKEY

The first official act of the Florida
legislature after the formalities of or

ganization were gone through with,
was to pass a resolution in each house
asking: the federal government to at
once remove Joe Lee, the negro collec

tor of internal revenue for Florida
from that office. Senator Bryan Is
back of the move and the entire Flor

ida delegation In Washington Is de

termlned to rid Florida of the negro

officeholder. Senator Bryan Is In Tal

lahassee. He will take the joint reso resolution
lution resolution with him to Washington when

he gees next week.

ANOTHER AMENDMENT

Direct election of United States sen

ators became a part of the constitution
Tuesday by Connecticutt'a ratification
of the amendment to that effect. Thirty-six
tata. the requisite three three-fourths
fourths three-fourths of all In the Union, have ap

proved the charge. It remains now

only for the governors of all the states

which acted favorably to formally no

tify Secretary Bryan and for him to
issue a proclamation announcing the

change.

The new tariff bill seems to hit the

Florida citrus growers In the solar

plexus. It reduces the tariff on, or

ange3 to about 35 cents a box. The
Star doesn't think the reduction will
hurt the fruit growers as badly as they
believe it will, however, it hopes that
our senators and representatives will
be able to restore a part of the pres present
ent present duty. In the meantime, let It be
remembered that our transportation

companies could give us freight and
express rates that would offset the

tariff reduction and still stay In bus

iness.

Mr. II. U Payne of Fairfield was

shaking hands with his Ocala friends
today. Few men anywhere keep up

with public affairs as well as Mr,

Payne. He Is a careful reader of sev

era! publications nd gives close at

tention to all public events. He is an
old-fashioned democrat, but does not
seem to find any difficulty n being a
progressive one.

The Goolsby school, between Silver

Springs and Burbank, closed Saturday,

April 5th, with a very interesting pro program,
gram, program, with great credit to the teacher.

Miss Sparkman. The following pro program
gram program was rendered:

Opening song, O Come, Come Away

By schooL

Opening address, by Roy Goolsby.
Recitation, The Baby Gertrude

Judae.

Dialogue. The Doll Show.
Recitation, At the Party Elsie

Clark.

Recitation. A Little Boy's Dream-

Douglas Teuton.

Song, Now" Dear Teacher Florence

and Elsie Clark. i

Recitation, My Pig, Roy Goolsby.

Recitation. My Pretty Kitty Florence
Clark.

Recitation. Making an Editor of Jim
Mrs. Rafferty.
Recitation, Blue-Eyed Baby Mae

Gertrude Judae.

Song, Hold My Hand, Mother Mrs.

Clark.

Recitation, Now and Then Floyd

and Rae Goolsby.

Recitation, How He Got the Dates
Mixed Johnny Brand.
Recitation, A Religious Man Flor

ence Clark.

Recitation, I'm a Little Boy Just
This High Louise Clark.
Dialogue, No Peddlers Wanter By
Misses Sparkman, Florence Clark and
Douglas Teuton and Floyd Goolsby.
Recitation, The Family Outing Mr.
Clark.

Recitation, That Tired Feeling Roy

Glemvllle.
Recitation, Mud Pies Elsie Clark.

Recitation, Guilty or Not Guilty

Gertrude Judae.
Pantomime, Nearer My God to Thee.
Recitation, The Temptation Flor
ence Clark.

Recitation, The Dog Language By

Douglas i Teuton.

Recitation, The Well Digger Floyd

Goolsby.
Dialogue, Madamoiselle's Mistake
Mrs. Rafferty and Mj3s Sparkman.

Recitation, The Inventor's Wife

Miss Sparkman.
Song, Good-Night School.

All then said farewell to the teacher

who will leave for her home in Dun-

nellon. She has made herself dear to

the patrons as well as her pupils dur
ing her stay among us.

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of some kind of a pest house, a fund
for maintaining same, guard and
nurse when the need arose to Isolate
and care for contagious cases that
drift into the city from time to time
and there being no place to care for
them, they move around and scatter
disease over town and country. After
considerable discussion by the doctor
and other citizens present, the council
expressed itself as willing to appro

priate the money necessary for the
city's share of the work, and Messrs.
Mayo and Luffman thought the county

board would be willing to appropriate

a like amount. A committee of the

chair and the chairman of the sani

tary committee was appointed to ap appear
pear appear before the board of county com

missioners in session today and lay the
matter before that body. It was pro

posed to have an arrangement that

would keep a fund on hand at all times

sufficient to defray the expenses as

they arose. At long Intervals there is

no need for the fund, but when needed

it should be immediately available

without red tape. The majority of the
council seemed in favor of the use of
tents that could be burned after the
patient had gone, rather than the
building of a little house in some
isolated spot.

last round trip of the season

Sperfal Rate for Home Folks on tbe

Citr of Oeala Next Mendar j
The yacht City of Ocala will makei

its last trip of the season next Monday,
leaving Silver Springs for Palatka at j
8 a. m., returning Tuesday. The rates s

will be reduced to half-pr'ee, $5 for the;

round trip to home folks. j

A TRIBUTE TO THE COM3IONER

OFFICIALS RE-ELECTED.

HLITCHTON"

All is not peace and happiness In the
socialistic community of Puskin. One
of the comrades, having lost all his
property, has committed suicide, and
his wife and children are destitute.

Tampa people rejected commission
government In the election yesterday.
The vote was 1241 for and 1521 against.

Reports from West Palm Beach say
that Mr. Flagler steadily grows weaker.

The people of Honolulu, 5000 miles
from Ohio, have sent $5000 to the flood
sufferers.

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PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
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OFFICES OVER THE
COMMERCIAL .BA SK

Z DR. L. F. BLALOCK
J DENTAL SURGEON

: Those 211 Ocala. Fla. :

J. E. GHAGE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 0, 10 and 11. Second Floor,
Holder Block.
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASK.

J. G. PURVIS,
DENTAL SURGEON.

Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store.

Ocala, - Florida

Blitchton, April 9. Dr. and Mrs. S.

H. Blitch, Miss Legie Blitch and Mrs.

Flora MaclCay Morrison, Mrs. A. I

MacKay, Miss Marguerite Wade and
Mr. Guy Miller of Morriston and Dr.

and Mrs. J. L. Davis of Irvine enjoyed

a fish fry at Orange Lake Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Potts of Eman-

thla were Sunday visitors.

Rev. Eldridge of Crystal River re

turned home Monday after preaching

at the Baptist church Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Buckhouse and

children of Lakeland are guests of Mr.

and Mrs. TS. J. Willis.

Mrs. W. P. Hammons spent Saturday

shopping In Ocala.

Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bl'tch of Fel

lowship were Monday visitors.

Mrs. B. R. Blitch and Miss Oda
Blitch spent Monday at Berlin.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Blitch of Willis Willis-ton
ton Willis-ton and Mr. T. J. Sistrunk of Ocala
passed through Monday.
Mr. Carnie Sherouse spent Monday in
the Brick City.
Mr. B. R. Blitch is attending the
meeting of the school board this week.

(Gainesville Sun.)
It will be pleasing information to
the people jst Florida that the State
Board of Control has re-elected Dr. A.
A. Murphree president of the Univer University
sity University of Florida, Dr. Edward Conradl
president of the State College at Tal Tallahassee,
lahassee, Tallahassee, Prof. P. H. Rolfs director of
the Florida Agricultural Experiment
Station here, as well as the retention
of all head3 of the state institutions.
At the meeting of the Board of Con Control
trol Control held Saturday at the Windsor Ho Hotel
tel Hotel in Jacksonville the entire board
was in attendance, consisting of P. K.

Yonge of Pensacola, chairman, E. L.
Wartmann of Citra, T. B. King of Ar Arcadia,
cadia, Arcadia, W. D. Finlayson of Old Town,
P. F. Fleming of Jacksonville and Jno.

G. Kellum of Tallahassee, secretary.

The president and head of every

state institution was re-elected for
the coming term as follows:

Dr. A. A. Murphree, president of the

University of Florida.

Dr. Edward Conradl, president of the

Florida State College for Women

Prof. H. W. Walker, president of

Deaf and Blind Institution, St. Augus

tine.

Prof. P. H. Rolfs, director of the

Florida Agricultural Experiment Sta

tion.

Prof. X. B. Younge, president of the

A. and M. College for Negroes.

Reports made by the heads of each

of the Institutions showed that the

work accomplished during the past
year along all lines, particularly in
the matter of enrollment of scholars.

was far greater than that of any pre

vious year.

The prominent officials of state in

stitutions who were present at the
meeting were Dr .E. W. Berger, Inspec Inspector
tor Inspector of nursery stock, Prof. P. H. Rolfs,
director experiment station, Prof. H.

H. Walker, deaf and blind institution,

and architect for the board, W. A. Ed

wards, Atlanta, Ga.

ORANGE SPRIXGS

RMSON

Heal Estate and Investment
BROKER.

Ocala, Florida.

lb. C. SMITH,
Embalmer

and

Funeral Director.

Rear of Marcus Frank's
Store.

Xlgbt Phone 4

Ocala, Fla.

Orange Springs, April 7. Mr. W. E,

Dunn of Hamilton, O., was a guest of

the Carlton House last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Sears of Prophe Prophe-town,
town, Prophe-town, 111., are homeseekers who arriv

ed here last Tuesday and expect to

reside here permanently.

Mr. C. I Mlnderman left last week
for Chicago to visit his mother, who is

quite ill. Mr. Mlnderman expects to

remain In the city several weeks.

Mr. R. H. Purdom was a visitor to

town last Wednesday, soliciting orders

for the Ocala Grocery Company.

Captain William Smiths of Lakeland,

a former resident of this place, Is a

business visitor here this week.

Mr. C. Worthington of New York

was a visitor here last Monday.

The new depot presents a very neat

appearance, with a fresh coat of paint.

There is, besides a large freight room,
a waiting room for both white and col

ored people and an office. The trav

ellng public can be qu'te comfortable

no-, while waiting for trains.

Mr. George A. Mawman, recently

connected with the New South Farm &

nome company at I'aiatKa, was a

visitor here Monday.

Mrs. J. R. Wlmberly with Miss Lois
Massey as her guest. Is spending th!3

week with Mrs. Wlmberly's parents,

Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McGahagln at Ok
lawaha.

Mr. and Mrs. George McLellen, who
left last week for the'r home In the

north, are stationed In Tennessee on

account of the floods, being unable to

reach, home.

Mr. J. N. Richardson a homeseeker

from Oklahoma, Is a vistlor who ar
rived here last Thursday.

Mr. Geo. P. Rast is treating his

friends to some delicious strawberries

Mr. j. w. Shaw and Mr. Huldon

Cousino of Toledo, O., are visitors at

Orange Springs.

Mr. W. F. Jordan brought In -some
fin oranges last Saturday, the last he
has for sale of this season's crop. A
great many crates of these luscious
oranges have been sent, to friends In

distant states.

Dr. C. B. Parramore returned from a

business trip to Eureka the first of the

week.

The New South Farm & Home Com

pany s surveyors have been over to
Kenwood the past week. While here

Mr. E. M. Tamraz fell and sustained
quite a painful wound on his forehead.

Last Saturday Mr. W. L. Cowart ac

cidentally stepped on a. nail which
penetrated his shoe and foot. Though
painful he was able to superintend
Sunday school in the absence of the
regular superintendent.
The people who have relatives in
the flooded regions have been greatly
relieved by hearing their families are
safe.
In Florida, this land of sunshine and
flowers, free from floods, the people
should all give thanks and help the

less fortunate. j
Rev. P. W. Peck filled his regular j
appointment at Kenwood last Sunday, j
also he gave us a timely sermon Sun-

day evening at this place.

Walter Sillers, of Rosedale, Miss.,!
said in a letter to the Commoner: j
"Every well-informed politician in!
the nation knew that the minions of '.

the money power were going to try to!
capture the Baltimore convention ;
just as they conspired to discredit andj
break down Mr. Wilson with the Am- j
erican people. When Bryan sent forth)
his challenge and Wilson responded to
his call they knew the battle royal
was on. yM son and I joined the ranks
of the progressives who flocked to Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore to help Mr. Bryan. We saw
him strike down' the enemies of the
democratic party and snatch his ban banner
ner banner and bear it to victory. If this ban banner
ner banner ever trails in the dust it will be
because of the treason of these same
men who sought to trample it under
foot at Baltimore. Mr. Wilson does

not need a gibbet for the Hamans of
'big business he need3 a gallows for
the traitors in his own party. The
Morgans and Rockefellers will never
strike while Mn Wilson has a Con

gress at his back.. They will first at attempt
tempt attempt to corrupt and divide Congress
and to stir up friction between Mr.
Wilson and Mr. Bryan. Succeeding in
either they will then strike. With Mr.
Bryan as one of the advisers of the ad administration
ministration administration and the Commoner the
recorder of events, the 'common people
will know the reason why, if the party
pledges are not carried out. The pol politician
itician politician who betrays h's party will be
known, called to account and promptly
retired in disgrace to obscurity, for Mr.
Wilson's and Mr. Bryan's word as giv given
en given out in the Commoner is going to
be taken as true and final. The people
understand that there are 'subsidized
newspapers, if not a 'subsidized press,'
and they know the Commoner is not
one of them, and that all of the gold of

the 'money trust' can't buy it or its ed editor,
itor, editor, the great representative of the
common people -"William Jennings
Bryan. Mr. Bryan 'keeps the faith
and inspires faith in others. I send
you the subscription of twenty good
democrats. Put them on your sub subscription
scription subscription list. I want to see the Com Commoner's
moner's Commoner's circulation grow until it
enters and wields an influence for good
government in every patriotic Ameri American
can American family. It has been the beacon
light of the democratic party 'the
light that never failed' shining with a
patriotic glow where other lesser
lights flared, flickered and went out."

Experience is one of the principal assets in any line of business. During our
seventeen years in the. banking business, we have gained valuable information re regarding
garding regarding local and general conditions.
It was our past experience that enabled us to meet every demand for loans
from our customers during the past six months, when money was considered
"tight" throughout the country. We help when help is needed

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FLORIDA

Pope Pius is very sick, and there is
little hope of his living much longer.

REFRESHING COOLXESS FOR

THE SUMMER MONTHS

'.Beginning with Sunday, April 13,
ice cream will be served on Sundays

and on special occasions when notified

until June 1st, when cream will be
served daily at North Lake Weir.

ARM V OFFICER KILLED
IX FALL FROM PL AXE

San Diego, Calif., Aoril 9. Lieut
Rex Chandler, coast artillery corps, IT.
S. A., was instantly killed and Lieut. H.
Brereton, U. S. A., was badly hurt yes yesterday
terday yesterday in the fall of a hydro-aeroplane
in the bay. The accident occurred near
Fort Rosecrans.

DR. W. R. tANE

Specialist Eye, Ear, ZVoae anil Throat.
Office, Law Library B13g., Ocala Ad.

fR REA'T

;FOR RENT ornces n tiolder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.

WORLD'S ALMAXAC AT BALLARD'S

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

FLIES ARE DANGEROUS

YOU SHOULD KEEP THE3I OUT

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
method, home manufactured screens.
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. 3-25-tf

PRIXCE-MOODY

On Sunday afternoon, April 6th, at
5:30 o'clock, Mr. M. M. Prince and Mrs.

Lula Moody were united in marriage at
the home of the groom on East Sem Seminary'
inary' Seminary' street,' Rev. J. Edgar Wilson,
pastor of the First Method'st church,
officiating.
The bride has been a resident of
Gainesville for about fourteen years
and is highly respected and loved by
her many friends. Mr. Prince has been
living in Gainesville for several years.
He is respected and liked by all who
know him and is to be congratulated
in his choice of a helpmeet. The wed wedding
ding wedding was hastened on account of the
severe illness of the groom, but it Is
the wish of all that he -will speedily
recover. Gainesville Sun.-.-..
Mrs. Prince i? well-known in Ocala,
where- she has relatives and numerous
friends.

Ol.LIE MORDIS' MARKET OPEX

The market rormeny "Known as the
Ollle Mordis is now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated righr.
- Yours respectfully.
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS,
Dealer In Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia.

CHAPTER XO. IS R. A. M.

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

BIAXUSCRIPT COVEKS

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

JiARIOX-DliXX MASOXIO lODGE

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

COMMITTEES OF THE COUXCIL

Judiciary C. M. Livingston, chair chairman:
man: chairman: J. H. Taylor, E. T. Helvenston.
Finance G- A. Carmichael, chair chairman;
man; chairman; E. T.1 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. 13. Weihe, E. C. Bennett
Fire F. G. B. Weihe, Chairman; E.
T. Helvenston, Walter Hood.
Folic E. T. Helvenston. Chairman;
F G. B Weihe. E. C. Bennett.
Cemetery . .- Chairman;
F. G. B. Weihe.- C. M. Livingston.
Marker C. M. Livingston. Chair Chairman;
man; Chairman; Walter Hood,
Sanitary Walter Hood, Chairman;
r. H. Taylor. G. A. CarmlchaeL
Building E. C. Bennett, Chair-ran;
A. Carmichael. J. H. Taylor.

OCALA LODGE KO. B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 286. Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets th th-second
second th-second and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Howell M. Hampton. E. R.
Joseph Bell. Secretary. Ad.

KXIGHrS OV FTTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle HalL over Peyser's Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C CL
-Chas. K. Sage. K. R. S. Ad.

Solid and filled chains, the best for
the money, and guaranteed as repre

sented. A, E. Burnett Ad.

ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Loftge rvo. Z2, Independent
Order of Odd Fellow, meets every
Tuesdar evening, at 7:30 o'clock in
Yonge'a hall. Fort King avenue. Visit Visitors
ors Visitors In the city invited to be with us.
L. F. Ballard N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. 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 poultrynaen,
stockmen and housekeepers. Guaran Guaranteed
teed Guaranteed by Ocala Seed Store, tues-fri Adv

Madison county, in this state, is
drastically enforcing the Sunday blue
laws. In the same county the school
year for students at the Madison high
school has been cut from ten to eight
months. Miami Herald.

XORTII LAKE LOT SALE
On Tuesday, April 22, Capt. R. C.
Johnstone is arranging to put on an
auction sale of his beautiful residence
lots at the old chautauqua grounds at
North Lake Weir, one of the most
beautiful spots on the entire lake.
Capt. Johnstone has secured the ser services
vices services 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 extensively
tensively extensively 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 success.

BEWARE OF OIXTMEXTS FOR CA CATARRH
TARRH CATARRH THAT COXTAIX MERCURY

as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
through the mucous surfaces. Such ar articles
ticles articles should never be used except on
prescriptions from reputable physic physicians,
ians, physicians, a3 the damage they will do i3 ten
fold to the good you can possibly de derive
rive derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure,
manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co..
Toledo, O., contains no mercury and is
taken internally, acting directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure
be sure you get the genuine. It is tak tak-fen
fen tak-fen internally and made in Toledo, O.,
by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials
by Druggists. Price 75 cents
per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills
for constipation. ; Adv.

J. F. JENKINS,

G. K. WILLIAMS,

E. M. WILLIAMS

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LAKE WEIR. W. C. T. U.

Meeting1 of April 3 opened with song-,
"I Need Thee Every Hoar." Psalm 5
was read responsively. Roll call with
scripture responses followed. Minutes
of previous meeting approved. Treas Treasurer's
urer's Treasurer's report for quarter read and ac accepted.
cepted. accepted. Card from Mrs. Wetherell of
Tampa read. The secretary read Dr.
Harvey Wiley's report o drug and
food ballot. A number of the mem members
bers members present critized the "letter for a
Florida woman" most severely. The C.
C. superinten -'.t.-nt reported her pro progress
gress progress in procuring' a flag for school
house. Miss Margaret ?nook took for
her subject, "How Our Religion Fits
tht- Present Day." Mrs. Sigmon spoke
at length and read an article on tem temperance
perance temperance religion. Several members read
articles on religious temperance work.
Adjournment was taken for two weeks.

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ACABEMY

AOTICK TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given- to all cred
iters, legatees, distributees and all
oiher persons having claims and de demands
mands demands against the estate of Selwyn E.
Rowe. deceased, to present said claim?
duly proven to the undersigned within
two years from the date of the first
publication of this notice, to-wit: Sep September
tember September Siith. 1312. Mary E. Bogie.
Administratrix of the Kstate cf Selwyn
E. Rowe. Deceased.

For biliousness, malaria and consti

pation, the proper remedy la SIM SIMMON'S
MON'S SIMMON'S RED Z LIVER REGULATOR.
The first dose makes you feel better and
a little more of the same medicine
cures you completely. Price, large
package, $1; small sire. 23 cents! Sold
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The Pyramids of Egypt, that were built many
centuries ago, are still standing. The whole world
looks at them with inquisitive admiration. Storms
and time have not destroyed their magnitude nor nor-their
their nor-their symmetry. But they were'built, one stone at a
time. If the FIRST STONE had not been properly
placed, the Pyramids wjuld not be there today. A
fortune can be built, little by little, but not until
after it has been STARTED. If you want a fortune,
START ONE NOW,"
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per ccnl Interest on Savings Accounts

3EA ESTATE AND INSURANCE

INSURANCE
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country. Thoroughly competent to
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VES NERVES SHOOING FLIES AWAY. BUY SCREENS. THEN YOU
CAN LIE DOWN TO ENJOY A QUIET SNOOZE, KNOWING
FLIES WON'T BOTHER YOU OR MENACE YOUR HEALTH
WE HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED IN HARDWARE.
DEAL WITH US ONCE AND YOU'LL BE A CUSTOMER
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OCALA
General Contractor
and Builder
tloilrru Homt, Store and Office Dulld-
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All KinriN of Repair Work Promptly
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Box 43S
So. 3S Sanchea Street
OCALA. FLORIDA
CMICIKEMS

Young Frying Sized Chickens, in Limited Quantity

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

CHOICE BEEF, PORK, JUiD Mil, CELERY, OYSTERS, ETC.

First Class Service Assured

Phone 108 W. fl. MARSH, City Market

KKAL ESTATE
Town property, improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real profit profit-bringing
bringing profit-bringing investments.
Orange Groves .Jetaol etoai shrd
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Groves or almost anything you
wish, on terms to suit.
REXTAIj DEPARTMENT
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
the taxes.
DEPARTMENT
Fire Insurance Companies In the
care for your insurance business,
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Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and SI.

Mr. William Dehon of Berlin was at
the Harrington last nigrht.
Icy-Hot bottles at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Adv.
Dr. A. P. Montague of Columbia Col College,
lege, College, Lake City, is at the Harrington.
SIX ROOM COTTAGE FOR RENT
Apply to Mrs. R. D. Fuller." 1-5
J. G. Swalm of Ocala was in the city
yesterday. Gainesville Sun.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
E. P. McKinney of Montbrook was at
the Ocala House last night.
R. L. Gaulding of Pensacola Is at the
Ocala House.
Mr. C. N". Petteway of Brooksville
was at the Harrington yesterday.
Mr. S. W. Jordan of Dunnellon was
at the Harrington last night.
Mr. Walter Perkins is in Sanford on
a business trip.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Mr. B. H. Seymour, after several days
of s'ekness, is able to be out again.
Xyal's Corn Remover actually re removes.
moves. removes. 25c. at both Gerig drug stores.
Adv.
The work of paving Main street from
the Methodist church south Is under
way.
Pearl tooth brushes are sold at
Gerig's drug stores at 25c. and guar
anteed. Adv.
Stop coughing by using Cherry Bark
Cough Syrup. Sold only at the Rexall
stores. Adv.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms In
modern home, for couple or two young
men. With board or without. Phone
378. 3-21-tf
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Rheinauer's Is the place to find the
best makes and most popular prices of
ladles' and chlldren'-shoes.- Ad.
-
Mr. M. Lit
shoe emrchant,
who has ueen s
sick, is able to
be at his pace
ess again.
Season's latest styles and ladles and
misses ready to wear dresses at Rhein Rheinauer's.
auer's. Rheinauer's. Ad.
FOR RENT Pleasant room. Large.
Two beds. Close in. Gentlemen. Ad
dress, Reasonable, care Star.
Mr. G. T. Maughs says that the
Southern Express Company is still
ready to ship supplies free to th flood
sufferers.
Call phone No. 2f Tor your quick
delivery service when In need of drugs,
prescriptions or toilet articles. Adv.
Mr. R. E. Yonge went to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville this afternoon, to see his son, R.
E. Yonge, Jr., who has had a turn for
the worse.
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.
Sheriff Galloway has gone to Talla
hassee, to work with the other sher
iffs of the state against abolishing the
fee system.
A candy sale will Be held Thursday
morning in the band- stand by the
members of the Altar Guild of the
Episcopal church.
Our local theatrical company, the
Thalians, will give tl.eir performance
at Leesburg Friday night under the
auspices of the Woman's Club of that
place.
Jos. W. Dodge, manager of the Dodge
Sign and Decorat'ng Company, Ocala,
was In the city yesterday. Mr. Dodge
is an old friend of the editor of the
Sun and while here made a pleasant
call at this office. Gainesville Sun.
The W. C. T. U. Flower Mission will
pack -a box for the flood sufferers on
Thursday 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 Hospital.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Albert Anson Graham representing
the Oklawaha River Line, with head
quarters at Ocala, was n the city last
week in the interest of his line. -Sanford
Herald.
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.
Chris Huthmacher, the somewhat
abbreviated but hustling representa
tive of the Liberty Grocery Co., is at
the Ocala House.
Mr. Eli .Futch of Gainesville, who is
well known inOcalawill be in Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee duringneyf legislature, being
engrossing clerks
Deputy Charles Smith last evening
ran in Henry Williams, a" sneak thief
who has been robbing the houses of
many colored people lately.
Local agents wanted to handle mon money
ey money making proposition. References
must be given. Eureka Chemical Co.,
Parrish. Fla. 4-9
The Edwards brothers hare a hun hundred
dred hundred acres in pinders, which are mak making
ing making a splendid growth on their big
farm south of town.
You will look a good while before
you find a better medicine for coughs
and colds than Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It not only gives relief it
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.
. For first class antomouie service
by, the trip, boor or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. O. Gelger. Ad.

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The following program will be ren

dered by the Metropolitan Band on
Thursday, April 10th, at 8 o'clock p. m.
"Star Spangled Banner."
1. March, "King Over All" W. IL
Scouton.
2 Waltz. "Eleanor" Wm. Huff.
tha" Flotow. Arranged by S. J. pCl
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4. Medley overture," Superba C.
W. Dalbey.
Intermission. I
5. March. "Olevine" H.
A. .Vapder-
cook.
6. Waltz.
'Wild
Flowers" W H,
Kiefer.
7. Selection,
Manuel Klein.
V
A Trip to JapanMV
8. Reconciliation medley, "The Blue
and the Gray" R. J. Hendon.
A. E. Gerig, Director.
CIVIC LEAGUE WILL
CELEBRATE SATURDAY
Saturday is Junior "Civic League Day,
and a special program is being prepar prepared
ed prepared by members of the league and the
Sunshine Department, to be given on
the Civic League playground. They
will be assisted by members of the
Woman's Club an several visitors. At
the conclusion of the program there
will be an exhibition of pets. No prizes
will be awarded, but every one is ask asked
ed asked to bring a pet for the display. An
invitation is extended to all, 3:30 Sat Saturday
urday Saturday afternoon. Civic League play playground.
ground. playground. Mabel Meffert,
President Junior Civic League.
Lucy Moorhead,
Director Sunshine Department.
COMMISSIONERS WILL COOPERATE
The county commissioners today de decided
cided decided to cooperate with the city and
the board of health in the matter of
caring for sick and -impecunious
strangers, and those afflicted with con contagious
tagious contagious diseases.
n. Y. P .1. CONVENTION.
At last night's meeting of the B. Y.
P. U. a delegation of twelve boys and
girls who came down from Gainesville
in cars gave a model exhibition which
Was so thoroughly enjoyed that at the
close they were given the Chautauqua
salute.
At this morning's meeting a splen splendid
did splendid address was given by Dr. Mon Montague,
tague, Montague, and there were talks given by
Dr. Owens of DeLand and Wrs. Peel Peel-man
man Peel-man of Jacksonville.'
A III DOME OPEX AG A IX
That ever popular Air Dome will be
open this evening, with six reels of
first rate pictiires for its first show.
MOOSE EXTRA MEETIXG
The Moose will hold a special meet meeting
ing meeting at 8 o'clock this evening
and it is necessary for all members to
be present, as much Important busi business
ness business is to be considered.
PRETTY MUSIC AXD .PICTURES
There was a very entertaining pro program
gram program at the Temple last night and a
large crowd was out to enjoy It The
Temple orchestra always furnishes
splendid music, which alone is worth
going to hear.
XEW STYLE SPRIXG HATS
Jake Klein received today a big
shipment of the latest styles in ladles'
hats, among them being the very lateSj
thing, the canvass hat.
Sister Esther Carlotta, president of
the Florida Division, U. D. C, is ex expected
pected expected in Gainesville today and will be
a guest of Mrs. II. II. McCreary. She
has many friends In Gainesville veho
will be delighted to greet her. Sun.
The Phi Sigma basketball team re received
ceived received a challenge the other day from
Orlando, but had to decline on account
of the season being over. The Phi
Sigmas will probably play Orlando the
first game next season.
Mrs. J. E. Murray, Misses Miller,
Bessie Howard, Alice Walker, H. Gran Gran-bury,
bury, Gran-bury, Lena Hunter and Sarah Johnson
and Messrs. Diamond, E. D. Winn, ItA
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It. It 11UU1J1 UllU V. D1UUIU, 111 X. X. jr.
U. delegates from Gainesville, are at
the Ocala House.
At the meeting of the Elks last
night the new officers were installed
and five applications for membership
were voted on favorably. On Tuesday
night, April 22nd, the Elks will have a
rousing meeting to initiate candidates,
some fifteen being in waiting, and a
buffet lunch, including green turtle
soup will be served.
Mr, Frank Turner was in town to today,
day, today, smiling over the crop prospects.
He says the weather of the past few
days has enabled the farmers to en engage
gage engage and rout General Green, and the
fields are now clean of gTass. : He
thinks there will be a big yield of
melons and cants, and they will be
earlier than. usual.
Mr. D. R. Willis, a brother-in-law of
Chief of Police Ferguson, of Mcintosh,
Fla., is in Miami makin0, arrangements
for establishing his future home here,
and will bring his family in a few
weeks. Mr. Willis has been associated
with the telephone company In Mcin
tosh and had charge of the Installation
of the system in that place. Miami
Metropolis.
Mr. G. W. Harsin of Jacksonville, Is
in the city and is making his plans to
move here and reside with his family
of five. Mr. Harsin is a painting con
tractor and will put In a large estab establishment
lishment establishment and carry his own stock and
supplies If he locates here. He is here
to engage a house and location. Mr,
Harsin does contracting in his line all
over the state, and can operate from
here better than from Jacksonville.
The patlent-iat the'ospital are all
doing welL Mri. Allen Gibson of Gra
hamville and iStg. Boyler of Cltra were
brought in todas and placed In the
nospnti lorrreatment.
The members of the ball team are
practicing for their game with the
University of Florida on the 17th. They
expect their new uniforms in a few
days.
Mary Mitchell Jackson, a respected
colored woman, a sister of Reuben
Mitchell, died at Mitchell's home In the
third ward yesterday. Her "home was
in Asbury Park, X. J., and she was
here on a visit to her brother. She
was 58 years old. Tucereulosis was
the cause of her death. The funeral
took place from Mount Moriah church
this afternoon and was largely attend
e3L Mclver & MacKay were in charge
of the arrangements.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.

If you have any Items for this de department,
partment, department, call Phone 10.

-f IrHdrlrka-A Ifred' En sage1
The announcement of the engager
ment and approaching marriage of
Miss Berenice Alfred and Mr. Laird
Hendricks is the! culmination of a
romance begim'Stetson University
several years Sgo ind the news will be
received with most cordial .interest by
their many friends! in Florida, Connec Connecticut,
ticut, Connecticut, Miss Alfred's former home, and
Pennsylvania, Mr. Hendricks' pre
Miss Alfred Is the only child of Mr.
and Mrs. R. A. Alfred of Port Inglis,
and with her parents has spent a large
portion of her time in Ocala and Is
considered one of the loveliest girls In
this city. Her popularity has been
won not only by her personal attrac attraction
tion attraction and charm but by her beauty of
character, and deepest regret will be
felt that her marriage will take her
from Florida.
Mr. Hendricks is a son of Mr. J. S.
Hendricks of Orlando and the Sentinel
says: '
"Laird Hendricks is an Orlando boy
who has 'made good and has a multi multitude
tude multitude of friends who have followed with
keenest interest his successful career
at Stetson, his fame as captain of the
football team of that university and
his rapid promotion' in the field of me mechanical
chanical mechanical engineering.
"The news of his approaching mar marriage
riage marriage to Miss Berenice Alfred, of Port
Inglis, Fla., comes as a pleasant sur surprise.
prise. surprise. The ceremony is to take place
in Jacksonville on the twenty-eighth
of this month, after which the bride
and groom will leave for Pennsylvania
in which state Mr. Hendricks has a
splendid position, and where they will
make their home."
The wedding will be an interesting
event during the last of May or first
of June the montn of weddings tak taking
ing taking place either in Ocala or Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, and will be a. quiet church affair.
Mr. Henry Raysor went to Orlando
Monday night and was accompanied
home yesterday by his sister, Miss Lola
Raysor, who has recently undergone
an operation for anDendicitls. Miss
Raysor is convalescing rapidly and ex
pects to resume her duties in the Or
lando highscJUMU-MmLday.
- Mjg. T. W. Brown and her brlgTrt-lU-tle.son
from Triljby passed through
town today, on t&away to visit Mrs.
Brown's mother atlartin. The,jBrowns
wilr-ceturn to Ocala ina-. few weeks.
Mrs. E. W. Giles of Orlando, on her
way to visit friends in Gainesville,
stopped in the city a few hours .today
to make a call on Mrs. R. C. Muncas Muncas-ter.
ter. Muncas-ter. ..'
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Miss Clarabel Culpepper left yester yesterday
day yesterday for Ocala where she will be the
guest of honor at a house party given
by Miss Claria Johnson. St. Augustine
Record.
Mr. and Mrs. William Marcus of Sa Savannah
vannah Savannah are expected In the city today
for a visit to their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Frank.
"andTDs
L. .wis uia fcims mz Antnony ana -vtlss
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viiiue noiiy oi ynne, two Dngnt ana
charming Maricfv Jqpunty girls, ardt
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dents of Phi ifma College. 1
Mr. FranE" l;m aj jhh of bL LouT?, II L
is the guest of his Barents, Mr. and!
Mrs. G. A. Blowers ft their home a few
miles north .of .thecity,
Miss Bettie Mclver is expected home
today from her 5 pleasant visit to her
aunt, Mrs. T. D. Wray, in Columbia,
S. C,
Sister Either Carlotta, official JSead
of the Florida U. J3. C, is expecfed in
he city tomofrcrw. She will be the
gtKgt of Mrs. tE. Mclvyer,
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Mr. D. S. Tuttle will leave fehortly
for an extensive trip through Central
America, which will include a tliorough
inspection ofthe Panama canal.
Mr. MorrisSmith arrived yesterday
from Jacksonville and will be Mhel
Shiest of his fatrfer, Dr. D. M. Smith fbrl
Mrs. .J&rTXt&SliSFol ""Jacksonville Is
theguest of Mrs. J. R. Dewey.
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Miss Blanche, Mizelle of Orange Lake
has joindthe. delighijul house party
1 T J i 4 W
J. K. Dickson of Ocala is greeting
his many friends in the city today.
Tampa Times.
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Miss Rita Oliveros, who was the at
tractive Christmas guest of Mrs. C. L.
Anderson, is now in St. Augustine.
Miss Frances Tarver and Mrs. Stroud
went to Kendrick this afternoon for a
visit with Mrs. Webb. They will re
turn home this evening.
Mrs. M. J. Sherouse went to Citra to
day to see her son, Mr. J. E. Sherouse,
who is quite sick.
3 cans Van Camp's socp... ..25c
3
" beans 25c
'"'Homioy....25c
3
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" Mince Heat...... -25c
" Snnbeam shrimp 25c
lb Soda 5c
1
2 cans
"small Hat Salmon. 35c
1
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" laroe M .-30c
" tall Salmon.'. .-.30c
2
Argo targe Salmon- 45c
1 "Ocean Gem talt ..-.20c
TRY OUR
Hotel Astor Coffee
SOMETHING FINE
40 els. per Pound
LORD CALVERT
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
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How much can you lay aside every pay day?
Begin now. Open a savings account here and
set a mark for your savings to reach in a certnin.

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will surely interest you.
typexannot do justice to
extraordinary offerings.

ing jewelry here means
spending money right.

Style may change but
our high quality, low price
standard of jewelry Sell
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Here you will find
a satisfying assort
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AMUSEMENTS
Five Heel of Licensed Picture Temple
Tonight
Five fine reels tonight, every one of
then a licensed feature, and the best of
orchestra music. Doors open at 6:30
and the prices are S and 10 cents. "The
Ranchman's Mistake" is a thrilling
Essanay western. "Mother" Is a pic picture
ture picture with a grand story. "The Height
of Fashion" Is a Vitagraph feature and
there will be two more fine pictures.
Come early as there are only 800 seats.
KTlHST TTTtBL
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week or so ago little Harry, Dozier
was playing on the sidewaiK witn tils
little cart, and along came two negro
boys with blackberries for sale. They
liked the looks of Harry's cart and
nronosed to ifti to loan them the cart
to carry their beVries it, and when they
had sold roost fof them they would
tsriug mill fuacAi auuie ucinn auu mo
can.. J.ni looKpa preiiy gooa 10 nar
ry, so he agrd, taK'ng, nowever,
few berries in advance. Up to last r
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ports Harry hfa.d never seen his cjtrt
again and the remainder of the berries
that were to pay for its use. Thelittle
fellow's faith hi the honesty o
lack-
erry vendors has been sh
The second floor of the Bell flat or
apartment house Is for rent. Apply to
box 515, Ocala. 3-31-6td
OPEX DAY AXD NIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. Cv I depot cor
ner.- Meals a la carte ana iuncne
any hour. Ad.
HAVE YOUR HOUSE SCItEEXED
Let us measure your house and It
it with screens. We make here at
home as good a screen for less money
than you can get anywhere. Ocala
Lumber & Supply Co. 3-25-tf
FOR SALE
We have a limited number of lots
for sale in the beautiful little town of
Orange Springs, all within short dis distance
tance distance of the bathing spring and also
near the railroad station. The size of
the lots Is to be 50x150 feet. These
lots If sold at once will be sold very
reasonable, and if desired can give you
terms. The New South Farm & Home
Company will soon open up their town
lots and start to Improving the
springs, and building streets and side
walks. If Interested, write to box 75,
Orange Springs, Fla. 3-2S-6td ltw
DRAY FOR GE7TERAL DELIVERY
Mr. A. S. Burgess nas gone into the
transfer and dellTery business. He
has a big dray and a team of power powerful
ful powerful mules, with competent men to
manage them, and will haul and deliver
your goods with promptness and good
care. Call phone 470. Ad.
COXCORDU LODGE V. XT. OF" A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge'a Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
month. Geo. I Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage. Secretary. Ad.
LOYAL OKDSn OF MOOSE
-The Ocala Lodge, No. 6S9, 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'stator.
E. I Sta-p. Secretarr- Ad.
Ladies, have your dresses, gloves
and plumes dry cleaned by J. S-.,Crom-er,
phone 451. 3-6-tf
WANTED- To rent for two or three
months, a small wall tent, large enough
for two. Address Shake, care Star.

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For your sweetheartmar sweetheartmarried
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solitaire is eminently proper.
Nothing better as an engage engagement
ment engagement or birthday ring:. Surprise Father,
Husband or Ercthcr with a nice rir.r. W
splendid assortment of gems in ojvto-
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WEATHER REPORT'
Clear, southwest wind.
Minimum temperature, 55 degrees.
Maximum temperature,
Average, 78.
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WEATHER FORECAST
Generally fair weather except show showers
ers showers in extreme north portion tonight
or rnursaay.-
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I'llOOMS" FOR RENT Large, cool.
furnished rooms for rent. Apply to;
Mrs. T. 11. Wallls, 116 South. 2nd St: I
DR. D. M. B0NEY
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Optometry Office mnd Laboratory
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12 &. m.r 1:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms v 2-6 Gary Building-, Ocala, Fl.
M'lVER & MAG 1AY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers: asd -Embossers
Fine Caskets and Burial 'Robes
1KB. McIYEK and C. V. HOBEHTS V
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Belleviewy April 8 Mr. Delbert Has Haskell
kell Haskell who left hero less than a year ago
to assume charge of a long distance,
high tension power transmission plant
in Mexico at a place with an awful
bad name and wh'ch only a thorough thoroughbred
bred thoroughbred greaser can pronounce correctly.
Is having a of a time with the
revolutionists on one side and the
federals on the. other side, with com communication
munication communication cut, supplies running low
and his help deserting him on all
sides. It leaves Delbert in just the
pred'cament that we predicted for him
when he went away. However, we
have faith in Mr. Haskell's tenacity of
purpose to feel that he will make a
stiff riffle to stand Dy the ship. Fail Failing
ing Failing in that he can come back to Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view and stay until the storm blows
over, providing those funny named
dons will allow him to leave there.
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trip to Terrell last Sunday, going
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Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Durant, whose
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day Monday headed homeward, with a number
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up, painting and repairing and to
keep in touch with the town during
his absence, he hands us one long
green, which properly applied in the
right place will fetch him a copy of
the Weekly Star to his Danbury ad address
dress address each and every week for the next
fifty-two weeks.
"My little son- had a very severe cold,
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One of the most complete booklets
of its kind that has come to our atten
tlon. is the 1913 edition of Painter's
Florida Almanac- It Is .the only pub publication
lication publication printed which has the astron astronomical
omical astronomical observations made especially
for its pages. It gives the time of the
rising and the setting of the sun,
phases of the moon, complete time
tables, and a thorough weather fore forecast
cast forecast that has proved 90 per cent ac accurate
curate accurate in its predictions. It also con contains
tains contains nearly 100 pages devoted to cit citrus
rus citrus fru'ts, inseots -and insecticides,
spraying and spray formulae, etc. Also
valuable items of interest to the far farmer
mer farmer and the truck grower, to the new newcomer
comer newcomer and old settler. A copy of this
almanac may be obtained by address addressing
ing addressing the E. O. Pa'nter Fertilizer Co.,
Jacksonville, Fla., enclosing 3 cents for
postage, and mentioning the name of
this paper.
FOR BURNS, BRUISES AND SORES
The quickest and surest cure for
burns," bruises, boils, sores; inflamma inflammation
tion inflammation and all skin Diseases is Bucklin's
Arnica Salve. In four days it cured L.
H. Haflin, 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 Tydings & Co. Adv.
TIME TO SCREEX
It is time to see that your house is
properly screened. We make any kind
or size screen in our own factory, and
fit them to your house. Ocala Lumber
& Supply Company. 3-25-tf
WHY HE WAS L.ATE.
"What made you so late?"
"I met Smithson."
"Well that is no reason why you
should be an hour late getting home to
supper."
"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.
. VELVET BEANS FOR SALE
100 bushels of velvet beans for sale
at $1.50 f. o. b. Ocala. Address box
398, Ocala, Fla. 4-2-tf dw
PAINS IN THE ST03IACH
If you continually complain of pains
in the stomach, your liver or your kid kidneys
neys kidneys are out of order. Neglect may
lead to dropsy, kidney trouble, d'a d'a-betes
betes d'a-betes or Bright' s disease. Thousands
recommend Electric Bitters as the very
best stomach and kidney medicine
made. H. 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
Bitters was recommended and I im
proved from the first dose. I now feel
like a new man." It will Improve you,
too. Ouly 50 cent3 and $1. Recom Recommended
mended Recommended by Tydings & Co. Adv.
SITUATION WANTED
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.
DRIVE SICK HEADACHES AWAY
Sick headaches, sour, gassy stomach,
indigestion and biliousness disappear
quickly after you take Dr. King's New
Life Pills. 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.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. 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 immediately.
ately. immediately. Price 50 cents. Sold by all
dealers. Adv.
... Clocks of all kinds and at all prices.
A. E. Burnett. Adv.
Use DARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC
FLUID in the house and the stable,
it Is as good for animal flesh as It is
for the human body. It heals sores,
cuts, ragged wounds, colic, dysentery,
galls," chafes, scratches, distemper,
bots, and worms. There Is hardly any
limit to its usefulness about the home.
Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold by all
druggists. 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 men girdling cypress
timber. "Wages paid in cash every two
weeks. Location Centralla, Fla., on
Tampa Northern Railroad. For further
particulars address Central Cypress
Co., Centralla, Fla. 4-5-ltd 2tw
The correct treatment ror cuts,
burns, scalds, wounds, sores lumbago,
rheumatism, or neuralgia Is BAL BALLARD'S
LARD'S BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It is heal healing,
ing, healing, penetrating and anticeptic which
Is everything that Is needed to effect
a complete cure. Price 25c, 50c and $1
per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Ad.
Palmer's toilet articles can Pe found
at the Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Plckard's toe hand-pawied china at
Burnett, the Jeweler's. 'AO.

The Story of His Life
'From the Cradle to
the White House
By WILLIAM BAYARD HALE
Copyright. 1311. 1S12. by Doubleday, Page
& Co.
James R. Kugeni was in active di direction
rection direction of the opposition. Ex-Seuator
Smith's relation, he ured tiu "in
giate" argument; Wilson knew no
honor and would knife the men-who
assisted him; 'state chairman, he was
official j in command of the party or
gauization and could promise and
threaten with the prestige of fifteen
long years of almost unopposed party
supremacy against this new governor's
bare month of troubled experience.
Nugent easily arranged a coalition
with the Republicans Their organiza organization
tion organization was equally threatened, and far
greater than the fali of the minority
party bosses would be that of the
Republican "'board of guardians." If
the Republican majority still in con control
trol control of the senate stood pat the Geran
bill would fail there, but Nugent
wanted more; he wanted the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic lower chamber to repudiate the
governor's plan. lie was so confident
that this could be managed that he
arranged for a conference on the bill
as a preliminary test.
It was a fatal error.
The governor heard of the confer conference
ence conference and genially suggested that he
be invited. It was unprecedented for
a governor to attend a legislative cau caucus,
cus, caucus, but it would have been awkward
! to decline to invite him if he wanted to
come. So he went.
Photo by American Press Association.
Woodrow Wilson In Meditative Mood.
The gathering was in the supreme
court room, on the second floor of the
statehouse. One assemblyman. Martin,
challenged the governor's intervention.
He had no constitutional right to inter interfere
fere interfere in legislation. Had it uot been
written by them of old time that the
executive and legislative branches
must be kejt sacredly apart? The
governor replied by drawing from his
pocket the Legislative Manual and
reading a clause of the constitution
which directed the governor of New
Jersey to communicate with the legis
lalure at such times as he might deem
necessary and to recommend such
measures as he might deem expedient
lie was there, he continued, in pursu
ance of a constitutional duty to recom
mend a measure of that character.
In noble fashion did he recommend
it That conference lasted four and a
half hours. For three hours of it Mr
Wilson was on his feet, first expound expounding
ing expounding the bill. clause by clause; answer
ing all queries and replying, to all ob objections
jections objections out of a knowledge not only
of the xperience of other states, but
of the practical workings of politics,
that greatly surprised his audience.
One by one he met and silenced all
critics. Then, looking about upon
them, he began what will always re
main one of the notable speeches of
his career, a speech which no man
who was present will ever forget.
They were Democrats, and he spoke to
them as such. This, he toid them, was
no attempt to destroy the party, it
was a plan to revitalize it and arm it
for the war to which the swelling voice
of a people called it in an hour of pal palpitant
pitant palpitant expectancy. With an onrush cf
w-ords white hot with speed and sup suppressed
pressed suppressed emotion he displayed Jefore
them the higher view of political duty
and expanded the ground of his hope
for the future of the Democratic party
as a servant of the people.
One repeats only what the attend attendants
ants attendants at this remarkable meeting unite
in testifying when he says that they,
came downstairs not knowing whether
more amazed by the force of logic that
"had fairly won them over or moved by
tne inspiring appeal to which they had
listened. The conference, called to
refu&e the Geran bill, voted to make i
a party measure.
A Republican caucus was proposed
to insure iiarty unanimity against the
bill, but so many Republican memiers
refused in advance to be bound that
the plan was abandoned. The opiosi opiosi-tion
tion opiosi-tion had hoied that the senate com committee
mittee committee on elections would refuse to re report
port report the bill out. bet to this Senator

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committee, declint'd to be a party.
The senate -kctioiii committee did
hold a public bearing arranged by the
opposition. It was a melancholy af affair,
fair, affair, from their standpoint. The speak speakers
ers speakers who were to demolish the bill
never came, while a battery of able
and by now enthusiastic cannoneers
riddled the pretensions of the enemy.
Among the expected lights who failed
to come and scintillate for the senate
committee and the public was Mr.
John William Griggs, McKinley's at attorney
torney attorney general and governor of the
state during the palmiest days of un un-rebuked
rebuked un-rebuked misrule. Governor Wilson in informed
formed informed the senators that if Mr. Griggs
appeared he would come himself and
make a few remarks suggested by
the former attorney general's speech.
It would have been a great debate had
It ever come off. The governor waited
In his office, but Mr. Griggs never
came. The total of the opposition was
represented by James Smith. Jrs, pri private
vate private secretary, who, after some desul desultory
tory desultory vaporings. seut word to his chief
that open opposition to the Geran bill
was futile.
So now was secret opposition. Nu

gent still Jiung about Trenton. One
day he went Into the governor's office
at the governor's request to talk
things over."
Nugent very quickly lost his temper.
"I know you think you've got the
v,otes." he exclaimed. "I don't know
how you got them."
"What do you mean?" queried the
governor sharply.
"It's the talk of the statehouse that
you get them by patronage.
"Good afternoon, Mr. Nugent, said
Governor Wilson, pointing to the door,
"You're no gentleman!" shouted the
discomfited boss.
"You're no judge," replied Mr. Wil
son, his finger continuing to Indicate
the exit
Let us finish with a disagreeable sub
ject of some slight interest in a picture
of Jersey politics. Nugent crept away
Six months later he came again into
the prominence of his kind. Still state
chairman, he was giving a dinner to a
small but convivial party at "Scotty's,'
a restaurant at Avon, on the Jersey
coast. A party of. officers of the New
Jersey national guard then in camp at
Sea Girt, near by. was seated at an
adjoining table
Nugent sent wine to the officers' ta
ble and asked them to join his own
party in a toast. The diners at both
tables arose "1 give you," cried Nu
gent "the governor of the state of
New Jersey" all glasses were raised;
Nugent finished "a liar and an iu iu-grate!"
grate!" iu-grate!" The diners ftood a moment stupe stupefied.
fied. stupefied. "Do 1 drink alone?" shouted the
host.
lie did drink alone. The glasses
were set down untouched. Some of
the officers indignantly threw out their
wine on the floor Then all dispersed,
and Nugent was left alone.
The following day a majority of the
members of the state committee signed
a" call for a meeting to elect a new
chairman. A little strong arm work
was indulged in in Nugent's behalf by
a gang headed by Charlie Bell, a wine
agent, but the Newark man was duly
deposed and a successor elected in the
person of Edward W. Grosscup, a
member of the organization who had
come to.be a supporter and an ad admirer
mirer admirer of the governor.
The Geran bill came to its passage in
the assembly and went through with
one-third more votes than it, needed.
The Republican senate accepted and
passed it without a struggle.
The whole legislative program fol followed.
lowed. followed. Today Jersey has the most ad advanced
vanced advanced and best working primary elec election
tion election law in the Union. It has a cor corrupt
rupt corrupt practices law of the severest kind.
Betting on elections is forbidden.
Treating by candidates is forbidden
All campaign expenses must be pub published.
lished. published. Corporations may not contrib contribute.
ute. contribute. The maximum amount allowed to
be spent by candidates for any office is
fixed by law.
New Jersey today has a public utili utilities
ties utilities commission with power to ap appraise
praise appraise property, fix rates, forbid dis discriminations,
criminations, discriminations, regulate finances, control
all sales, mortgages and leases in the
case of all railroads, steam and elec electric,
tric, electric, in the case of express companies,
of canal, subway, pipe line, gas. e'.ec
trie light, heat, power, water, oil, sew sewer,
er, sewer, telegraph, telephone companies, sys systems,
tems, systems, plants or equipments for public
use. Today New Jersey has an em employers'
ployers' employers' liability law which gives an
injured employee immediate automatic
compensation paid by the employer
The workingman may, however, sue
for damages if be prefers to take his
chances before a jury. The state has
today a provision for the adoption by
such cities and towns as may desire it
of the commission form of government
on the Des Moines plan, with the ini
tiative and referendum and recall. Un Under
der Under this law Trenton, the capital, and
many other Jersey cities and towns are
trying scientific municipal government.
Governor Wilson has spoken in many
places in advocacy of the plan.
To this extraordinary record of pro progressive
gressive progressive legislation must be added an
intelligent statute regulating the cold
storage of food, legislation establishing
the indeterminate sentence in place of
the old discredited fixed sentence and
the complete reorganization of the pub public
lic public school system.
It is worthy of special remark that
the achievement of these surprising re
suits over and against its original op opposition
position opposition left the legislature neverthe nevertheless
less nevertheless in a very friendly attitude of
mind toward the governor. lie earned
their' respect and be won, to boot
the hearty good will of most of tb
legislators. At first an atmosphere of
diffidence bung over the executive
anterooms. Visitors were not sure
how they would be treated. But they
soon found It a delight to visit the
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