The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Frequency:
daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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oclc - 11319113
alephbibnum - 2052267
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FURNISHINGS
For All : of-the Homes
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FUMNITUME
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OCA LA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1913
VOL. 19.
NO. 276

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Women cf Experience Advise the Ue
of Mother's Friend.

senses loeneG trie aoor ana ceparrea,

a worta at any moment especially tor

1 taking his seat upon the little car women's and children's benefit.
. ; ,,. cfesn iaq h We don't want any panics, at, least be-

the city below.
He entered the bustling place just
a3 the sun dropping behind the west-

There Is tt certain djie? of trepidation la
hn minda f rr(at women in reirard to the

eubj'-t-t of motherhood. The longing to j

pnsge?!?. Is oft'n contradicted by the jnhar jnhar-ent
ent jnhar-ent tear of a period of distress.
lint t"re need le no such dread in view
of she .act tiiat we have a most noblo
Hmpdirjn what is known as Mother's
lkni. S i his is an external application
that Lain wonderful intiuem-e and control
over !h" iHi-iciilar ti-ues of the abdomen.
llv iti iailv uo ih' Liusciea. cords, tendons
end IH-.inir.ta all gently fxjand without
to slL b?t t ruin: there is no pain, so
tjujsi.-fi, ho ln'rvooriU'-sf : what was dreaded
mil- a se.;ere phvsi.nl i.:dal t--.ni-H a calm,
... .1. ltd im.

' jn.ss .u.'h as our oie'cost teachers of
Koscn.i-s ore striving t- drill into 7 the
ilnd;.of the present jr-mcn. L
In "almost everv ,rn;nunlty thcr are
vomr, who Lave u-wi Mother's Frlen!. and
Hv .ire the orifs fiat recovered quily,
-mWvrtl their n'Hirh and strength to iius
t.reiM over families des'ined by every rulo
f.f ptn'siolojry and the history of Bii-vess-fvl
riien and women to repeat the stury C
rr' er achievement.
M.nher'H l-ieaI Is prepared aft-r the
f-rrr.-nTa ft a noted familv doctor ov m
T vfl.itif'ld llcsnilator To., i:j.S Lamar 1W.,

'fci ra. fra. ...
iivrto tf,.m tl.plr Instructive 1 ''- tf

er-fant m-.thers. Y01 will fln. M-e-s
lvi,-T,,i on salo ly all drug stores t.t il.uc
t. Little.

any panics, at, least be

fore we are hurt. Personally speak speaking,
ing, speaking, I believe I can make my peace
as well when I am mingling with my

ern peaks left the first shadows of " U1U tl""e, m a arrec
evening to steal swiftly across the and fn knees' an1d 1 agine you
plain. Scarcely three-quarters of an "J f the sam,e" Therefore I wish
hnnrhn,, Rw Tik nf the As- J ou to coaie-also. Dons will wel-

1(01 I sociated Press had clashed the receiv- e;ou;.a?J 1 have no doubt but
I er into its hook and darted for the that timid ones will regard you

&:- tAlPrr.n 1-pv hut alreadv th howl- BUU,"mu6 l" 01 a Protector

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ap lng newsboys were scampering about "L comei"

ifce.'i with the agility or young apes as tney

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CopqxlgU-t lia.by Harry Irvirtg Greens

CHAPTER I.

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; gathered their horde of nickels from
1 the shrieked prophecy of the dire
'death that was hurtling down upon

J thera, fighting for dropped coins as

coyotes snap and wrangle over bones,

They paused in front of the hotel

for which Desmond had been bound
and he ran his eyes over the face and
figure of his friend as he debated as
to accepting the invitation, mentally

commenting for a moment on the vig-

romised clash rous stTth and strong, handsome

The Prophecy.
Professor Desmond, astronomer In
charge of the Peak Observatory,

ly witn pleasure eitner. uut you Know
what will happen to you if 1 scatter
that story wt;rld wide and it turns out
to be a false alarm. I am looking out
for you and ourselves at the same

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glanced into the reflectoscope that ; time. It will mean that.if things don't
wonderful new Instrument for scan' i rnaterialize as you say you will be the
ning the heavens then withdrew his J laughing st ck of the world and thor- j
eya from it and stroked the polished oughly discredited in your profession.
glass gently with a piece of chamois ye have had astronomical scares be- j
skin. Then he peered again. Just! fore and you know how they have all j
atove the eastern horizon "he saw a ; turned out pure bugaboos. And I'd
speck so minute that a layman would hate to se you ridiculed. You un un-not
not un-not have noticed it at all, yet which i derstand my position."
caused the scientist to blink and gri- "Perfectly, and I will assume all re re-mace,
mace, re-mace, for he knew that in all reason j gponsibility for the report. It is good
the speck should not be there, and its of ycu t0 be so interested in my wel wel-presence
presence wel-presence on the glass irritated his ; fare."
professional eye as though it had j ..ot at all ni have them yelling
been a particle of foreign matter on S extra3 on the streets from Elaine to
his own iris instead. For a moment; Caifornia within an hour. What

he watched it with a face that second

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t HO J 1 1 1 1 Ill 1 11 U J v. i mj j M4?y c ...

: of celestial bodies as had two knights v '"""f
Sof the squared ring challenged each s s pidly winning fame and for-
other to pigmv mortal battle. Des- un bi3 illfulness and level
; mond, watching them, doubted not beaded : A1 1 Jm
that they would have stood daunt- P0r-he ba( oftel thfht her to
; lessly screeching their wares before the Pe"les glr11 he had eer met-
I the onslaught of a Jupiter, scrambling n3f ff hthf ha5elK wavy
i for the coins in the very shadow of chestnut hair, and he really did want
ithe approaching monster. With a to her again. And while at any
j cynical curiosity new to him he other time he-would have accepted
! scanned the faces of those who pur- wth alacrity, now with his threat
! chased the news which he had sent hanSig o heavily over them he was

uncertain as to wnexner ne couia

fnpti in Via Tt-rrlrt u-otrhinc thm !i 3

they read the huge headlines bearing ith propriety place himself in their

his name, reading in their faces their

I shall I sav it is a babv planet, moon.

uy secor,u grew tenser aim more satellite quick now, for I want to get

varied emotions their open derision,
their incredulity, their doubt and in a
few cases their fear. On all sides he
heard the comments of those who had
purchased the scare head extras.
"Another high brow says a moon
or something is going to drop on us
this evening. Guess I'll have to put
up my umbrella."

midst. Also, there would be those

; who in a friendly manner to be s'ure
yet who as rank skeptics would be
certain to poke ridicule at him, at
last until the premonitory disturb disturb-ances
ances disturb-ances which must to a certainty usher
In so momentous an event began. Yet
on the other hand to sit alone in some
obscure room with four blank walls
t surrounding him, retreating like an

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drawn, then springing to his feet he

swung the secondary telescope upon
It. On either side of him and rising
to within a few hundred feet of the
observatory were the crests of other

into action."
"Just call it a small body, appar apparently
ently apparently dense and of great velocity."
"Any idea where it hails from?"

"Not the slightest. It is something

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peaks, towering, ragged, swimming in heretofore unknown."

the thin air more than a dozen thou thousand
sand thousand feet above the level of the sea,
while below was a dizzy sweep of can canyon
yon canyon and gorge that at last smoothed
themselves out to the plain upon
which stood the city in the very
shadow of the mountains. Tense as
iC man stretched upon a rack he
peered through the telescope across
the million miles of space that inter intervened
vened intervened between his eye and the speck,
and as he did so the sweat began to
burst from his temples in tiny beads.
For several minutes he looked, turned
l'rom the glass to the reflectoscope
again and then began a series of rap-

sd computations, finished them, swung

to the long distance telephone and
jammed his thumb upon the fjutton
labeled "Washington." A moment
later he was talking to the head de department
partment department direct, his voice calm and
incisive.

"Hello, Washington! This

ncauiudiin; i ins is uesmona oi tne i

Peak. There is something coming di-

"Bet you twenty to one she misses cave. 11113
ug .. which he believed would he the most
"Fine bet that. If I won what good fJentfu!f .a.y 6ince fthe da?'n o;
would it do me-buried a hundred ih .earth s hlstor' or to wandfr .at

! miles deep?"
j "You can't always tell. Those wise

"Has it an orbit of its own or is it j
flying off on a tangent?" j
"I cannot tell you. But it Is com-
ing straight for us, straight as a J
stone falls. It will hit the western
hemisphere of North America at nine ;
or ten o'clock tonight."' i
"Will it destroy us?" j
"In the absence of precedent it is
impossible to state. But the earth j
will probably know- that it has been
hit." j
"Will it be visible to us at any

time?"
"From certain

phere is favorable

by dark."

! "What can be done

"Nothing at all except wait, and
j If you are religious pray."
i The crash of the newspaper man's
j- receiver at the far end of the wire.
1 and the blank silence which followed

) ou' r told Desmond that the other had dart-

i hanging up his own instrument he

random amoncst straneers and he

' pointed out on every side by vulgar
fingers and be compelled to run the
gauntlet of their derision and abuse
seemed still more undesirable. He
cleared his throat, still uncertain as
I to what he should say.
i "While I thank you, I cannot prom-

boys hit things right once in a mil million
lion million times."
"And just think, Julia. If it hits ua
it will break up the dance."
"A scheme to sell more yellow news-

'hcM,rf? ?mrn?ih1P unscientific : Ltl1" ao LU JUBL
Absurd, impossible, unscientmc what m movementa be durin
He says it is as big as this state few hours J
"Glad the state ain t Texas then ,t iQ mind and
From a nearby corner a band of Ad- f mQ appearance some-
ventists began to chant to the beat- wh an(J
ing of a drum, seeming to glory in the
I? VX'IZ? irff company-especially to Miss Ful-

" ; ton-nd tell them all that I sincerely

points if the atmos-; holy Kingdom. Come ye while yet 5e ho haye suddenl become
tvirtu t1 hn c-nuoi fnr trio on fl nf nil

. But it will arrive ; "" " T "rely irresponsible for my sayings.

i wmu, t.ba as for you personally, I hope to see

1 Anything!" T & 3I ?e"" you in the near future- whenever and

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For a Few lays?

wherever that future may be." lie

and have made my computations. Its

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u. uu auu jubi wi ed hi3 forehead and for a moment
above my mountain horizon. I have j 6at Iost in thought over what he had

i u ; i ,uumtms i done. He had staked his jealously
both in the reflectoscope and class S i j c i
... v-lwc auu feidbs gUarded professional reputation upon

one of the wildest improbabilities

hat

It is not a fragment, but i h,a aris Nnr wnnw hsw A

j so if he could, for unless he was the
j victim of some unaccountable hallu

cination he knew that he was not
mistaken, and useless though he had

turned upon his heel and started for
V. t Viyfl V o f r irio Qn)TK.

a uluj 3 grasped Alan's hand, pressed it for
tomed to frequent, but had scarcely I , ,
, ila moment and then walked quickly
taken half a dozen steps when a; other gazing after
hand fell upon his arm and he looked him meditatiye f Then with
up to see the half-serious half-smi ing a ghr hig ehoulders Wch h
face of his friend A an March before haye indicated eJU doubt QT
him ,He paused, saluting naUon tQ h& JncvitaMe March went

iarcn suppea me proiebtsur a aim
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Scarcely had Desmond taken his

speed is tremendous, its size small-: known to sci and come wl
I would say perhaps a quarter of the ; mi ht u was now too late to rec

MRS. LARAMORE
TELLS TROUBLES

Udy la Goodvvater Describes Her
Distressing Experience and
Tells How She Was
finally Relieved.
Ooodwatcr, Mo. "Ever since I wai
a little girl," says Mrs. Riley Laramore,
I was a great sufferer from dyspepsia.
I suffered misery after eating, and had
terrible heartburn.
I thought I had to suffer ihht way as

long as I lived, but when I began to take

moon s

rather a complete body, and to all

appearances is a small satellite with
a circumference of sav a thousand

miles. How is your eastern weather?
Thick! Then you probably will not be
able to get a look at it. It is about
a million miles away at present and Is
coming at the rate of perhaps two
hundred thousand miles an hour. Un Unless
less Unless I am greatly in error it will
strike the earth somewhere in this
region in about five hours say about
nine o'clock tonight. Of course you
understand what that may mean. I
have nothing more to say at present."
He hung up the receiver without
awaiting a reply, sat thought en engrossed
grossed engrossed for a moment, then put his
finger upon another button.
. "Hello, Associated Press! This Is
Desmond of the Peak Observatory. A
short while ago I happened to notice
a foreign body in the reflectoscope

that seemed to be approaching us i

from a comparatively near distance
as space distances go. I immediately
pu the telescope upon it. At that
time, wfiich was but a few minutes
ago, it was perhaps a million miles

away and appeared to be a small sat satellite.
ellite. satellite. Its speed is tremendous
comet-like its size perhaps three
hundred miles in diameter and a thou thousand
sand thousand miles around. I am not prepared
at this moment to hazard an opinion
as to its density other than it is un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly a solid. Furthermore, In all
probability it is going to hit us some somewhere
where somewhere in this region within a few few-hours.
hours. few-hours. I leave the information up tq
you to use or not as you see fit." From
the other end of the wire came the
incredulous voice of Kelly, the man
of the press.
"Come now, Professor, that's good.
It would make a fine scare head, but
you don't want us to put you on rec record
ord record as saying that, do you?" The
listener's brow corrugated.
"Have I been in the habit of send

ing out false reports?" he demanded

believed It to be to warn the world
against a calamity wherein mankind
would be as helpless as ants, he had
yet considered it to be his duty to pos possess
sess possess them with such facts as he had

learned. Yet now in the reaction the

beneath his own. "Come along, now,

and tell me all about it. Might as
well know the worst first as last," he
announced as he scanned his friend's
face as closely as a physician might
scan the features of a patient of
whose sanity he was slightly in doubt.
"What was your idea in starting all
this excitement anyway or is the re report
port report a canard conjured up by some
enemy or practical joking alleged
friend of yours?" Desmond shook his
head.
"No, it Is my own message, and as
you will readily appreciate, I have
staked my reputation upon its accu accuracy.
racy. accuracy. If I am wrong I will be the butt

colossal magnitude and unbelievable of the world a clown- ,a uffoon. a

wonder of it all dazed him, and he
leaned back weakly In his chair with

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A Hand Fell Upon His Arm.

lunatic." Despite himself he drew a

sigh. It did not seem possible that
such a grotesque calamity as he had
prophesied could occur in a universe
of such perfection, God-made, where
each stupendous body of unthinkable
space lay balanced to a hair against
its countless neighbors of hundreds of
! millions, yes, hundreds of billions of
miles away; where a perfection incon incon-j
j incon-j ceivable to man seemed to rule
I through both Infinity of time and
space. And now that he had had
' time to ponder over it, it seemed to
him that it must all have been a
j dream, a dream eo vivid that ho hnd

upon awakening mistaken far real reality.
ity. reality. Yet if he had been asleep then
he was as apt to be asleep now, and

with his die cast he would stick to it
to the last and either go down to dig-

l J he survived the cataclysm stand erect

kind. Allan spoke again.
"In common with all who know you
I have a huge respect for your scien scientific
tific scientific attainments, your level headed headed-ness
ness headed-ness and your thorough integrity.
Therefore I am convinced that you
fully believe that thi3 awful catastro catastrophe
phe catastrophe will occur to us as you have prog prognosticated.
nosticated. prognosticated. The only element of doubt
in my mind lsthe possibility of any
man, no matter how careful or learn learned,
ed, learned, to err especially when dealing
with infinite distance and the mysteri mysterious
ous mysterious laws of space. But of course all
we can do is wait and see how it

! turns out. And that makes me think

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Kelly ceased his silent chuckle.

"No. you never ave us anvthine of three consequences must happen

before that was not pardon me en-j to him. If he was suffering from a

delusion ne was, as tne press man
had said, a ruined man, disgracea,
discredited; and the jeers or the
world would ever ring in his ears,

at their home, Japanese lanterns and
all that, and I had intended to be one
of the also present. It suggests itself
to me that one might as well be out In
the open as cooped up somewhere in

seat in the dining, room of the hotel
than he became uncomfortably aware
that he was the eeriter of interest of
all eyes. A-hush fell, several waiters
crowded about him and stood staring
with open mouths until with a motion
of disgust he motioned all save one
away. From nearby tables ladies and
gentlemen laid down their table im implements
plements implements and gazed at him with little
better manners and full as mueh in insolence
solence insolence as had the menials who served
them. From several quarters little
ripples of laughter arose, half toler tolerant,
ant, tolerant, half taunting, and he felt the
blood rush to his cheeks in full tide

as he lowered his eyes to the menu.
Anger began to arise within him, not
at the servants but at these ignorant
though well dressed vulgarians, who
stared at him so insolently or mocked
him to his very teeth, and for the first
time in his life he knew how it felt
to be one maa against a world. And
well ho knew bow unforgiving, how
merciless, how cruel they would be
forever afterwards should hi dire
warning go the way of all similar ones
in the past. And in that moment he
felt a resentfulness arise within him

such aa he had never felt before a
rebentful hope that tb?. prophecy
would come, true regaiil'-is of conse consequences;
quences; consequences; that these giants of space
should roevt like two battering rams

in a. fcrash which would echo to the
tars the accuracy of his judgment,
the fulfillment of his prophecy, the
verification of his sanity. True, thou thousands
sands thousands and perhaps millions of lives
wouhl ba destroyed in the colossal
grind, but what of it? They must
soon die anyway in the natural order
of things, and if the master of space
had sent this special thunderbolt
against them, that in itself was proof
good enough that it was time for them
to perish, else the bolt would not have
bi en sent. Then quickly following
this came a great flush of shame that
colored his cheeks to even a deeper
scarlet, and he felt like Saying him himself
self himself with a lash of scorpions as a pen penance
ance penance for his flash of savagery. He
grasped the menu card, and scarcely

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at random. Half way through it a
messenger boy burst upon him with
a score of telegrams, and forgetful
of hi3 dinner he tore them open and
besen to read. They were from all
parts of the city, the country, the
etate even the United States. They

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very extraordinary! Is it not just
possible that you are mistaken as oth-

while if he was correct and the im impact
pact impact took place he would either be

ers have been in this direction time crushed like a fly beneath a mountain,

and again?"
T have never prophesied or believed
in the probability of such a thing
happening before. But my eyes are
good, my mind normal, my instru

ments and mathematics accurate and

I cannot dobt such evidence

or surviving by some miracle, find him- j comgion anywhere hereabouts it

case your mysterioua wanderer ar- men and women -of
rives, therefore I shall go as I had ym exl tence be bad never

Yr "" 4V heard. They were from plebeians and

self among the most famous of men. i

would probably make little or no dlf-

Verily he was m the hands of a des- j ference where one bappened to be.

uny eo colossal iiia.L mi iae armies j
and navies of the world and all its : Even if the world withstood the shock,
teeming billions of humanity to hack I an arei as large as several states

j I them were a3 impotent as a swarm of j would be buried miles deep la the

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OCALA EVENING STAB, SAlCIUXAY, APRiL 10, 1013

1

OGALA EVENING STAR

I tit tinker & Carroll Proprietor.
It. It. Carroll, tiusfness Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Kntered in the postofflce at Ocala.
Fla.. a? second cla-3 mail matter
If the legislature of Florida could
be called in special session, to give
the big city of Jacksonville a chance
to secure municipal docks, it is only
justice that the regular meeting of
the same body should devote a few
hours to giving the little city of
Ocala a chance to obtain a similar
privilege.
We notice that several editors and
newspaper correspondents are pro proclaiming
claiming proclaiming that the House bill
against lobbyists, introduced by Rep
resentative. Spencer will not- do any
good. How can they know until it
has been tried. Give the bill a trial
befpre passing judgment on it. There
has been too much harm done the
people in the past by the corrupt in influences
fluences influences brought to bear on legisla legislation
tion legislation to ignore any measure that tries
to curb the evil.
Peter O. Knight says that the bill
introduced in the legislature by Mr.
Light of Marion, to raise railroad
taxes, is not a just one. Mr. Light
represents the people of Marion coun county
ty county in particular and the people of
Florida in general. Mr. Knight rep represents
resents represents a corporation in particular
and corporations in general. If Mr.
Knight, indorsed Mr. Light's bill, it
would be a sure sign that there was
something the matter with it. The
difference between the public aims
and methods of Light and Knight is
the difference suggested by their
names the difference- betwen day daylight
light daylight and darkness.
Peter O. Knight, whose methods in
influencing legislation were so plain plainly
ly plainly shown up by Claude L'Engle a few
years ago, has rushed into print in
opposition to any and all employers'
liability bills that may be introduced
at the present session of the legis legislature.
lature. legislature. Some of his objections are
sound and some of them are not, but
it seems to the Star that there are
enough able and distinterested men
in the legislature to frame, pass or
reject any measure, without any ad advice
vice advice from Mr. Knight. A just and
reasonable employers' liability bill
would be a good thing. Employers
should not be required to insure em employes
ployes employes against their own carelessness,
nor to watch over them like they
were children. But they should be
required to insure them against un unsafe
safe unsafe or unsanitary buildings and sur surroundings,
roundings, surroundings, and to provide them with
safety appliances. Mr. Knight seems
to think that workingmen kill or crip cripple
ple cripple themselves for amusement or to
spite their employers. The great ma majority
jority majority of workingmen are careful and
conscientious with their lives and
limbs and property intrusted to their
care. The great majority of employ employers
ers employers desire the health and safety of
their employes. A just law would
help the careful and conscientious
majority of both classes against the
careless and criminal of both. A
good workman killed is a loss to the
state as well as to his family; one
crippled is a burden, and it is the
state's duty to see that there are no
more of either than it can help.
Other progressive states have em employers
ployers employers liability laws. They are not
suffering therefrom, and it is Flor Florida's
ida's Florida's time to fall into line.
THK GREAT XOIITII
. LAKE LOT SALE
On Tuesday morning, next, April 22,
at 10 o'clock, Auctioneer Combs, of the
Bowman Realty Co., will commence to
sell to the crowd there gathered to the
highest bidders, the beautiful resi residence
dence residence lots in the old General Bullock
and Chautauqua tract owned by Capt.
It. C. Johnstone on Lake Weir and
n.ore fully described by the page ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement and plat in another issue
of this paper.
These lovely residence lots are the
first that have ever been put on the
Ti arket at public sale on the popular
n rth side of Lake Weir and there is
going to be a big crowd there to buy
thm. One can get at this sale lots
mar the lake front or further back at
prices that will be within reach of all
and the terms offered are one-third
down and time on the balance.
A special train over the A. C. L
railway will leave Ocala at 9 o'clock
on the morning of Tuesday, the 22nd,
with five passenger coaches. In blocks
of ten passengers can get round trip
tickets to Eastlake for 80 cents. At
Eastlake, Capt. Johnstone will have a
number of launches chartered and will
carry every one across, free of charge.
A mid-day lunch will be served on the
grounds at the sale, free of cost. A
lot will be drawn for and some one
will get one of these fine lots free. It
is a splendid time to go to North Lake,
take your basket dinner and have a
good day's outing and an enjoyable
picnic.
KING LOST A plain gold class rins
somewhere between the residence of
Mr. J. R. Moorhead and the high school
building: A suitable reward will be
given for its return to this office. 4-17
Melba face preparations'" are new ar
rivals at the Court Pharmacy. Just
look around on entering the store and
you will see them. Adv.
FOR SALE Maxwell automobile. 23
horsepower, only. been used six months,
in perfect condition, reason for selling,
need a four-passenger car. Apply to
U F. Blalock. 4-18
Local agents wanted to handle mon money
ey money making proposition. References
must be given. Eureka Chemical Co.,
Parrlsh, Fla. 4-9
FOR SALE Rambler 34-horsepower,
foredoor touring car, also auto truck.
Address. Geo. R. Needham, Leesburg,
Tla- 4-15
Undertaker Smith, phonts 10 and 94.

JOE LEE'S JOB

Sure to Go to Hays Lewis, So Claude
L'Engle Says
It may be old news by the time it
is read, and then again it may be new
news; but it is certain that the real
important piece of news in it is liable
to be overlooked by the regular cor correspondents,
respondents, correspondents, so I will mention that
at this time. Mr. McAdoo, secretary
of the treasury, has determined that
he will present to the president for
appointment to Joe Lee's job the
name of Hays Lewis of Marianna.
It may be that this will be no news
at all, for Hays has not yet accepted,
there being some other things for him
to consider that he has not made up
his mind about yet.
Whether Hays takes it or not, the
real, genuine, hopeful, acceptable and
encouraging piece of news is that the
decision of Mr. McAdoo to recom recommend
mend recommend Hays is a direct, positive, em emphatic
phatic emphatic indication that the progress progressives
ives progressives are going to hold the federal of offices
fices offices in Florida under the new admin
istration, and reactionaries are not.
Claude L'Engle's Washington Letter,
in Dixie.
LOCAL LEGISLATION
The city council met last night
with a full board present. Minutes of
the several special meetings were
read and approved.
The offices of tax colletcor and
treasurer were combined, and the
remuneration made $50 per month in
future, instead of $20 and $17 respec:
tively, as in the past.
Mr. Moorhead proposed to buy the
five-acre lot on the Blitchton road
from the city for $100. A committee
was appointed to look into the mat matter
ter matter and report.
The fire committee was instructed
to continue its investigations into
the matter of establishing direct pres pressure.
sure. pressure. The office of sergeant of police
was created and the policeman on
night duty, who should be appointed
to this position, is to receive $C5, in
stead of the regular salary of $C0 for
night policeman.
Mr. Livingston made a proposition
to solve the matter of cattle running
at large in the city limits, proposing
to fence the city in with automatic
gates. The chair asked Mr. Living
ston to obtain additional data.
In the matter of white way light
ing, the -council decided that all per persons
sons persons who would establish such lights
on the sidewalks, paying for the fix
tures themselves, should be allowed
a rate of four cents for electricity,
actual cost of production.
The salary of the city attorney
which has been $50 heretofore, was
abolished, and the city attorney will
be paid a retaining salary of $100 per
year, and fees for all services render rendered.
ed. rendered. The salary of the recorder was al allowed
lowed allowed to remain as heretofore, $25
permonthj the assistant recorder at
$2 for each day he serves in the re
corder's stead, with a maximum sum
of $25 in any one month.
' The mayor's salary remains the
same as heretofore, $15 per month.
Sanitary inspector, $C0, fire chief,
$75, firemen $45, with the exception
of one man who has been In the sta
tion for three years and who gets $60,
City marshal, $S00 per month. The
salary of the street superintendent
was not fixed.
The salary of the city clerk was
raised from $105 to $125 per month,
and the electric light superintendent
from $115 to $135 per month. Assist Assistant
ant Assistant superintendent same as hereto heretofore,
fore, heretofore, $S0. Night engineer, $50; day
firemen and night fireman, $40 each;
marl?t janitor, $10.
Council then adjourned.
MA KIOXS YOUNG STATESMAN
A coming man in Florida is Rep Representative
resentative Representative Spencer of Marion coun county,
ty, county, only twenty-three years of age,
but strong in debate, bright as a dol dollar,
lar, dollar, and sufficiently progressive to
meet all the requirements. Chas. E.
Jones in Dixie.
Twenty-three years of age and a
leader in the "legislature." That's
a crime of which Edwin Spencer, a
bright young lawyer of Marlon
county, has convicted himself. Why,
if he continues in sin he'll land in
the presidential chair! Alleged levity
aside, though, Spencer, is a coming
man, and I'll imager a million dol dollars
lars dollars which is all tfce cash I have
with me that he'll br walking
around in the shoes now occupied by
the pedal apixrn&ages of Park Tram Tram-mell
mell Tram-mell before many moons wax and
wane.
THREE REELS AIRDOME
TONIGHT, 5 CENTS
The Airdome will show three good
reels tonight, and the price wjll be
cents to everybody.
WKATHEIt REPORT
Clear, southwest wind.
Minimum temperature, 52 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 86 deg.
Average, 5S degrees.
WEATHER FORECAST
Fair tonight and Sunday.
DH. W. K. LANE,
Specialist, 12 ye. Ear, None nod Throat.
Office. Law Library CM., Oeala. Ad.
"WOODMAH RESIDENCE FOR REXT
My home at Woodmar on Lake Weir,
is for rent for the months of June, July
and August, completely furnished. Ap Apply
ply Apply to J. G. Lege, Eastlake. Fla. 4-16-tf
For first class auTomoTne service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly

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KinVORTIt LKAC.tl: SOCIAti

Friday evening, between eight
and eleven, Mrs. M. E. Ervin, as assisted
sisted assisted by her two daughters. Miss
Ruth and Miss Susie and Miss
Nan Brooks, entertained the Sen Senior
ior Senior Epworth League at its regular
monthly business meeting and so social.
cial. social. The business meeting was called
to order by the president, Mr.
Clarence A. Blalock, by reading of
the scripture, followed by the
Lord's Prayer and the reports of
the several officers of the league.
The first vice-president reports
splendid attendance at the after afternoon
noon afternoon devotional meetings and
leaguers respond most readily to
lead when called upon. Favora
ble reports from all the other of officers
ficers officers of the leage, make the out outlook
look outlook for the league most encourag encouraging.
ing. encouraging. Upon request of the league,
the president, Mr. C. A. Blalock,
withdrew his resignation, and will
hold office until the general elec election
tion election of officers in September, at
least.
The Mission Study class will be
officially organized at the Sunday
devotional meeting, as also the
contest between the "Reds and
the Blues" for new members will
come to a close. The form of and
time for the entertainment given
by the defeated side will be acte'd
upon at this meeting.
As no further business was to
come before the meeting, motion
to adjourn was in order, and it was
moved and seconded that the
league adjourn for the social part
of the evening.
The evening was spent in the
playing of different games, to the
enjoyment of all present. Miss
Ola Floyd furnished music for the
evening, which was much appreci appreciated
ated appreciated and greatly enjoyed.
Refreshments were served dur during
ing during the evening by Misses Ruth
and Susie Ervin, Nan Brooks and
Ruth Ley, after which the leaguers
and their friends left for their
different homes, after expressing
their thanks to the gracious hos
tess for the pleasant evening.
L. A. Snow,
S. C. Hickle,
Publicity Committee.
PRESBYTERIAN SOCIAL
The regular monthly social of
the Ladies' Aid Society of the
Presbyterian church will be held
at 3:30 p. m. Monday, April 21, at
the home of Mrs. J. E. Johnson,
Oklawaha avenue. All friends of
the church are cordially invited.
FOUR FEATURE REELS
AT THE IDEAL TONIGHT
The Ideal will show an unusually
fine set of pictures tonight.
Biograph special, "A Girl's Strate Strate-gem,"
gem," Strate-gem," Is an exceptionally good pic picture.
ture. picture. Vitagraph feature, "Tim Grogan's
Foundling," is a comedy drama in
which kidnappers and black-mailers
play a prominent part, featuring Mr.
Van Dyke Brooks and Helen Costello.
Another Vitagraph feature, "The Fi Final
nal Final Justice," features Mr. E. K. Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln and Miss Lillian Walker.
Lubin's comedy, "Will Willie Win,"
is a screaming face of laughter.
Plenty of seats 5 and 10 cents.
Ct) i I x c it Civ
The Great C. W. Park Pramatie Co.
will return to our city ALL SJTfXT
WEEK, for their annual engagement,
presenting high class society dramas,
catchy musical comedies and real live,
up-to-date vaudeville between &ts.
Mr. rark, who is personally conduct conducting
ing conducting this year's tour, has gone to con considerable
siderable considerable expense to play this engage engagement,
ment, engagement, and we feel safe in saying that
mis grana Pia man vvno has grown
gray in the bhon- business, backed with
unlimited capital and years of exper experience,
ience, experience, can offer the best In the amuse amusement
ment amusement line to his many friends and pat patrons.
rons. patrons. The show has been greatly enlarged,
scenery, costumes and electrical effects
being so blended as to make this mam mammoth
moth mammoth tented theater a dream of beauty
and magnificence never before accom accomplished
plished accomplished by traveling company of this
kind.
The popular price of ?0 cpnt to all
5-jll prevail, and performance wiil be
give pi our regular show grounds n
Xorth Main street, starting Monday.
April 21st. and etIing April 26th, rain
or shine. Reserved seal 25 cents ex extra.
tra. extra. DON'T FORGET. ALL NEXT WEEK.
Adv. fra ana ;vky
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.
VELVET BEANS FOR SALE
100 bushels of velvet beans for sale
at 51.50 f. o. b. Ocala. Address box
391. Ocala, Fla. 4-2-tf dw
VOTICE
Of Final Settlement and Dittcliargr
Notice 13 hereby given that cn the
5th day of July. A. D. 1913, the mder mder-siimed
siimed mder-siimed will present my accounts ar'.
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 dis
charge. .
This 3rd day or January, a. v. ivi.
D. A. Smith,
As Administrator of the Estate or A.
L. Barber.
Beck's bard water soap, tfn cents
Per cake. Court Pharmacy. AdT.

WOMAN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY

Following is the program for the
second annual meeting of the Wo Woman's
man's Woman's Missionary Society of the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist Episcopal church, south, to be
held in this city April 1&-23: J
Saturday Afternoon
3:30 p. m. Delegates convention,
conducted by Mrs. Wilbur McCoy.
3:30 p. m. Conference of executive
committee.
5:00 p. m. Organization.
Saturday Evening
Mrs. G. A. Hanson, presiding.
8:00 p. m. Opening service. Rev.
J. B. Ley, pastor.
8:15 p. m-Creeting, Mrs. W. K. Ze Ze-wadski.
wadski. Ze-wadski. Response, Miss Kate Batey.
Address, Present Conditions in Mex Mexico,
ico, Mexico, and Their Effect on Misions, Miss
Ellie Tydings, Durango, Mexico.
Sunday Morning
11:00 a. m. Annual sermon, Rev. J.
B. Culpepper.
Sunday Afternoon
Children's Hour, Mrs. Geo. Pyle,
presiding.
Stories by missionaries.
Sunday Evening
Mrs. F. A. Curtis, presiding.
Devotional exercises, Mrs. Mabel H.
Stevens.
Address, Five Years in the Orient,
Mrs. S. S. Harris, Soochow. China China-Monday
Monday China-Monday Morning
9:00 a. m. Devotional service, Rev.
F. R. Bridges, P. E.
President's address.
Reports
Mrs. O. D. Wetherell, corresponding
secretary of home department.
Mrs. B. F. Holland, corresponding
secretary of foreign department.
Mrs. C. T. Carroll, treasurer home
department.
Mrs. A. C. Hamblin, treasurer for foreign
eign foreign department.
District secretaries and delegates.
11:15 a, m. Bible hour, Mrs. Mabel
H. Stevens.
Monday Afternoon
3:00 p. m. Meetings by districts,
conducted by district secretaries.
4:00 p. m.' The Wesley House, Miss
Royalty.
4:15 p. m. Institute on Christian
service and stewardship, led by Mrs.
Trawick.
Monday Evening
Mrs. J. E. Wall, presiding.
Address, Missions in the United
States, Mrs. A. M. Trawick, vice pres president
ident president of the council.
Tuesday Morning
Devotional service, Miss Tydings.
Reports of four vice presidents, dis district
trict district secretaries and delegates.
Talk, Glimpses of Out Korean
Work, Miss Nichols.
11:15 a. m. Bible study, Mrs. Ste Stevens,
vens, Stevens, Tuesday Afternoon
3:00 p. m. Committee work.
3:45 p. m. Devotional service.
4:00 p. m. Travel Talk on Afriea,
Mrs. C. S. Elliott.
4:15 p. m. Our Woman's Work in
China, Mrs. Harris.
Tuesday Evening
Young People's Service, Mrs. P. N.
King, presiding.
Address, The Call of Korea,
Lillian E. Nichols, Seoul, Korea.
Wednesday Morning
Devotional, Mrs. S. M. Godbey
Reports
Miss
Mrs. Mark Verdery, superintendent
of literature.
Mrs. Joseph Mizell, 'superintendent
of supplies.
Mrs. S. M. GodbejT, superintendent
of press.
Institute on social service and local
work, conducted by Mrs. Trawick.
Wednesday Afternoon
4:00 p. m. Devotional service.
4:15 p. m, City missions in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Mrs. L. B. Newman.
Election pf officers,
Installation.
Officers
Mrs. G. A. Honson, Tampa, presi president.
dent. president. Mrs. G. E. Pyle, Gainesville, first
vice president.
Mrs. P. N. King, Williston, second
vice president.
Mr. J. Edgar Wall, Tampa, third
vice president.
Mrs. F. A. Curtis, Orlando, fourth
vice president.
Mrs. O. D. Wetherell, Tampa, cor corresponding
responding corresponding secretary home depart department.
ment. department. Mrs. B. F. Holland, Bartow, corrfet-t
ponding secretary foreign department.
Mrs. I. C. Jenkins, Lakeland, record recording
ing recording secretary.
Mrs. A. C. Hamblin, Tampa, treas
urer foreign department.
Mrs. C. T. Carroll, Monticello, treas treasurer
urer treasurer home department.
Mrs. S. M. Godbey, Waldo, superin superintendent
tendent superintendent press work.
Mrs. Joseph Mizell, Tampa, superin superintendent
tendent superintendent supply department.
Mrs. Mark Verdery, Jacksonville,
state superintendent literature.
Ocala District
Mrs. W. L. Floyd, Gainesville, dis district
trict district secretary.
Miss Mabel Zetrouer, Rochelle, su superintendent
perintendent superintendent literature.
Bartow District
Mrs. A, B. Canter, Fort Meade, dis district
trict district secretary.
Mrs. K. L. Solomons, Alva, superin-
itmarjti. uieritiure. j
niiui Mien ivi
Mrs. W. E. Mettinger, Sanford, su-Jn
perintendent literature.
Tallahassee District
Mrs. R. E. aloati. Monticello, district
secretary.
Miss Bessie Turnbull. Mentiertto,
superintendent literature.
Jacksonville District
Mrs. L. B. Newman, Jacksonville,
district secretary. I
Mrs. J. C. Durrance, Jacksonville,
superintendent literature.
Tampa District
Mrs. C. C. Carlton, Plant City, dis-

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A ti -tho-r
Tbe Lash of Circumstance,"
(Uopyr'.gnt. raiz, oy Harry irrlng Green.)
(Continued from First Page) N
reau win De destroyed by an-act ot
the Almighty, If it Is not fulfilled the
bureau will die of shame. In either
case you seem to have settled us.
"HEADMANN, Chief."
His face gone white now, he crushed
the mass of sheets Into a ball, and,
arising, left the room with his dinner
a forgotten thing. Walking as though
in a trance and seeing the curiosity
filled faces about him but mistily he
seized a wrong hat and plunged un uncertainly
certainly uncertainly into the street, thoughtless
of where he should go.
(Continued Monday)
trict secretary.
Miss Ada Miller, AVest Tampa, su
perintendent literature.
Live Oak District
Mrs. Leona Kirchbain, Cedar Key,
district secretary.
Mrs. C. N. Hildreth, Live Oak, su
perintendent literature.
Mrs. Gilbert Evans, Sutherland, con
ference organizer.
TEMPLE THEATER TONIGHT
Five Reels, Two Vaudeville Acts, Big
Bill Anderson, Matinee and Night
Great- show today, matinee from
to 5, night ghow from 6;30 to 11. Five
fine feature licensed pictures, includ?
ing an Essanay featuring the king of
moving picture cowboys, "Big Bill"
Anderson. 'I his is the last day of the
Louise Buckley & Co. engagement,
and they will present a great western
bill today. The name of the act Is
"The Arizona Bandit," and it Is full
of western snap and good comedy.
Harry Hamilton will prese'nt a com
edy singing and talking act. Let the
children come and see this great com
edy show this afternoon. It is the
best show we have put on for their
Saturday's amusement in a long time.
Come early tonight; only 800 seats.
ad.
FOR ItEXT
FOR RENT Of Sees in Holder build building'.
ing'. building'. Apply to Davis & Martin.
If you eat something: wh ch 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 dos of HERBINE
It drives out impurities in the stomach
and bowels and you feel better immedl
ately. Price 50 cents. Sold by all
dealers. Adr.
Rheinauer's i3 the place to And the
best makes and most popular prices of
ladies' and children's shoes. Ad,
J. E. GHAGE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 0, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
I folder Block.
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Dental Surgeon
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OCALA.
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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
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Ice Cream Freezers
Lawn Mowers
Rubber Hose
Porch Shades
Porch Swings
Lawn Scats
Hammocks

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

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INSURANCE DEPARTMENT
Agent for a dozea of the best Fire Insurance Companies In the
country. Thoroughly competent to care for your Insurance business.
I Will be rieased to Care for Your Business in Any of These Lines.
F. W. DITTO Phone 285 OCALA, FLA,

CHICKENS FOR FRYING
Young Frying Sized Chickens, in. Limited Quantity
35 Cents Per Pound
Dressed Extra Fine and I Want You to Try Them
CHOICE BEEF, PORK, AND MUTTON, CELERY, OYSTERS, ETC.
First Class Service Assured and will Appreciate your trade
Phone 108 W. II. MARSH, City Market

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Vntir fa hprebv sriven to all cred
itors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de-1
mands against the estate of Selwjrn E5-1
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
tember 30th. 1S12. Mary E. liogle.
Administratrix of the Estate cf Selwyn
E. Rowe. Deceased.
.
XOTICfci TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given to all credit
ors, leg-atees. distributees and all other
fiersons having claims and demand"
as-ainst tne estate or Aioert uaroer.
30th. 1912. D. A. Smith.
As Administrator' Estate of Albert I
Barber. Deceased.
Ocala, Florida, Jan. 30. 1812.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Creditor, legatees, distributees and
all persons havins claims or demands
against the estate of William Ander-
son. late of Ocala. Florida, are called
upon to present them within two years
irom mis aate to ine unaersignea.
Ocala. Fla.. Dec. 31st. 1912.
ebecca Anderson,
Executrix of the Will of William A-
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Embalmer
and
Funeral Director.
Rear of Marcus Frank's
Store.
Day PhoB 10
Mht Pboae tM
Ocala, Fla.

deceased, to present sa:a cxaims auiyner 0f the northwest quarter of sec sec-proven
proven sec-proven to the undersig-ned within one j Hon nineteen, in township fifteen,
year from the date of the first puMiea- outnii rar.are twenty-two east. Marion
tion of this notice, to-wit: January countv. Florida, th price rnnnlnc nnrfh

MITH,

E. M. WILLIAMS

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Porch Farnilurc
Matting and Crex Rugs
. Big Porch Rockers

Awnings
Mosquito Nets
Garden Plows
and Garden Tools
Flower Pots
CONTRACTORS AND
BUILDERS
& McKAY
FLORIDA.
AND INSURANCE
JtlJAL ESTATE
Town property, improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real profit profit-bringing
bringing profit-bringing investments v
Orange Groves .Jetaoi etoal shrd
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or
ange Groves or almost anything you
wish, on terms, to suit.
ItCXTAL I)FAItTMEXT
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
Don't forget about tho-e unbreaka unbreakable
ble unbreakable combs' that we guarantee at the
Court. Pharmacy. -Xlv.
KOTIC
To Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby given that during
the enduing- session of th Ipjrlslatura
!i me state or Florida, and sixty (60)
days after the first publication of this
notice, application will be made, by
(the introduction of bills in said leg-is-
j if1"' ort. the extension of the city
limits of the city of Ocala. a munici-
jpal corporation, under the laws of th
f tate of Florida, as follows. Said
boundary lints to be established as
follows:
Comrnencinsr at the southwest
with the rants line om hundred sint
I sixty chains to the northwest corner
j of the southwest quarter of section
fver, thence running east through
(the tenter of sections seven and eight,
jone hundred and fifty-seven chains to
me noruieast corner of the southeast
quarter of section eieht, thence south
one hundred and sixty chains to the
northeast corner of lot two (2) In
section twenty, thence runnlne- west
one hundred and fifty-seven chaini to
the
nlice of beainninar containing
Ifosir square miles more or less.
ti9v frm uo. ,,,.i...
nU: r;i;,t fc ni" k- k1:
the introduction of a bill durinT th.
ien.ulng session of the lezlslature. to
; -xiena tne city
limits on the east of
jthe city of Ocala, a municipal corpor corpor-jatlon
jatlon corpor-jatlon organized and existing: under
the laws of the state of Florida, to
Silver h'prins. Marlon county, Fior Fiorina
ina Fiorina SL r ri 1 b O '.rnnnci.il Vin i.n t ir 1
thereof as follows:
Commencing at the southwest cor corner
ner corner of section nine. In township flf-
j teen, Eouth. rar.gre twenty-two, east,
jthence running- east one mile to the
thence rutmins? in northeasterly direc direction
tion direction to the northwest corner of the
southeast Quarter of the northeast
quarter 'of sfctitn one of said town?'
ship and ran.?, thtnee rmning ea4t
one-haif mile to the northeast corner
of the southwest quarter of the north northwest
west northwest quarter of eection six, township
fifteen, ransre twenty-three, east,
thence running south one-half mile to
Jthe southeast corner oz the northwest
quarter of the southwest quarter of
said section six .thence 'unning west
ior;ehaif mile to the soutnwest corner
j of the. northeast corner of the south
I ea.t quarter of section one, in towpi
ship 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-g-innlnsr.
B. A. Weathers,
President of the City Council.
Attest: II. C. Shrunk, City Clerk.



OCA LA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1913

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MONEY

IN OUR'BANKs

A banker in Ohio is responsible for the state statement,
ment, statement, that if all the money taken out of his com community
munity community by smooth strangers and "Get-Rich-Quick"
schemes had remained at home, it would pike every
road in the county.
Why do you not put your money safely in your
home bank, where it will help you and everybody
else in your community, and where you can get it
when you want it.

DO YOUR BANKING WITH US

We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts

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itmtfxcutt mint

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- Mr. Leslie Bostick is home from
Stetson University at DeLand.

Dr. W. II. Dodge left yesterday for
Live Oak to attend the Presbytery.

Capt. D. XV. Purvis was a visitor
to Lake City the hrs: of the week.

Miss Julia Webb of Kendrick. sis sister
ter sister of Mr. Bradford .Webb, is quite
ill

Mr. Watson Tyson, a clever young
man from Blair. Neb., after a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit to Ocala friends, left for
home today.

It is reported that the Ocala Elks
willendow a room in the new Mar Marion
ion Marion County Hospital building.

The county judge today issued a a-marriage
marriage a-marriage license to Mr. Philip Beck

er and Miss Frances C. Stetina.

The Ocala Ififles lined up well ;aor

inspection yesterday evening. Thirty

jiwo men were present.

II. S. Hall, a prominent promoter
of Ocala, is a visitor to Tamjiti to

day, registered at the
Tampa Times.

Hillsboro.

rr v . l i 1 i t

i ne seveuin graue uojs ana giis,

chaperoned by their teacher, Mfs.
Margaret Lawrence and Miss Anna

McDowell, enjoyed an all day picnic
at Silver Springs today.

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jusepa jue.i, r ihiik An
thony and P. II. Perkins went to one
of the lakes ast of Ocala Thursday
and caught twenty-five -fete trout,

OUT OF ORDER

The electric motor that drives the
Star's linotype machine, after eight
years of service, went back on us this
morning, and it is proving a large large-sized
sized large-sized job to adjust another one to
take its place. This, accounts for our
leaving out many items today.
The Banner kindly gave us the use
of its machine, but as we did not call
on it until 11 o'clock, it was not pos possible
sible possible in that short time to have Set

anywhere near the usual amount dfj

matter.
All Might Again
Thanks principally to Mr. E. C
Bennett, who rigged tip the necessary
shafting, belts and pulleys to enable
us to use another motor, the Star's
machine was at work again at 2 p. m.

RETURNED FROM TAMPA

Messrs. Z. C. Chanibliss and-S. IL
Gaitskill, delegates from this county
to the meeting of the Florida Citrus
Exchange at Tampa, returned last
night, highly pleaded with the result
of the meeting; there. In addition to
these gentlenisujj there were present
at the meetings of the exchange,
Messrs. G. A. Nash and XV. D. Taylor
of Ocala and Mr. XV. J. Crosbj- of
Citra. Mr. Gaitskill was much pleas pleased
ed pleased by the receipt of a telegram while
at the meeting stating that a lot of
his nrauffps h:u1 inst sold, rip tins' him

$3.20, f. o.'b. the cars at Mcintosh. A

some

kfine.

of which Vere. exceptionally

IF. E. ;IVIeCIA.NE- IVf O

SPECIALIST IN
THE Dr. r.lCLANE

CHRONIC DISEASES
MEDICAL, SURGICAL

AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
OCALA, FLORIDA,
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr. McClarie's Residence. No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7. Holder Block. Southwest Corner Public Square.

The candy sale given by the Sun Sunday
day Sunday school class of Mrs. C. L. West
yesterday afternoon at the band stand
was a great success. All the candy
was sold within two hours and $3. 3.1
was realized,

BOUGHT A BIQ BUSINESS

Messrs. J. D. and H. A. Odom have
bought out the big commissary busi business
ness business owned by Mr. M, E. Robinson, at
Zimmerman, and took charge of the
same several days ago. Mr. Robinson
has done a fine business at this point,
but was unable to give it his personal
attention. Odom Brothers will carry

mm

If you have any items for this de department,
partment, department, call Phone 106.

Seniors Entertained by Miss Marian
ewey
"The week ends from now until
commencement will be filled with
gaieties for tl-ifi embers of the grad

uating class bt ityijhe4aHes
of-ielYwTIIin the far future, be
numbered among the most pleasant
of their entire school life. jMissMa-

Ifian Dewey was the attractive young

hostess of the second of the series of
parties and yit was given last eve evening
ning evening at the hoiuv of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. lL Dewey. Her guests
included ljgides her classmates,

many friends in the high school and

several others. --'""''

Tnoo"ms15T"tLe lower floor were
aily decorated with O. II. S. pen pennants,
nants, pennants, nasturtiums, roses, sun flow flowers
ers flowers and Easter lilies, the brightness
Of which formed a fitting back background
ground background for the light and merry
Spirits of the young people. As the
Quests arrived they were served to
refreshing punch by Miss Dewey's

Mrs. C. B. Wheeler, of Jaek-

The punch table was on the

Screened in porch and was a popular
spot all evening.
An advertisement guessing contest
was the first diversion and later,
slips of paper were drawn by each
and on them was written a request,
the fulfillment of which proved quite
ludicrous. "
Assisted by her mother, sister,
Miss Hester Dewey, and Miss Dor Dorothy
othy Dorothy Sehreiber, the hostess served
during the evening delicious fruit
salad, sandwiches, olives, pickles and
wafers to her guests, which includ-

atunt,

aonville.

A Treacherous Memory
often gives you much discomfort when you realize
that your insurance policies or other valuable papers
are lost.
Faulty memory, fire, theft and dishonesty may
result in loss some day of valuable documents, se securities,
curities, securities, contracts, jewels or other valuables. Why
should you take the risk? A safe deposit box, secure
and convenient, can be secured for from $5 per year
up. Store your silverwear and other valuables in
our safety deposit vaults during your vacation.
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANS

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CAPITAL PULL PAID IX f75.
H. D. STOKES. Cshlr.
EDWARDS, Prs. CLARENCE CAKP, Tlc Pr.

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South Atlantic League,
Every Evening.

eating's Buffett.

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eral merchandise. staple and fancy
groceries, and w il lmake a specialty of
buying and selling country produce,
and will make a strong pull for a full
share of the business of that section.
The Odom Brothers were raised in
Ocala, and haye been engaged in the
naval stores business for a number of

Mr. AV. M. Brooks of Tampa and
his son are in the city, guests of the

Harrington. They came up in Mr. jyears. and for the past two years have
BrocTks' six-cylinder Hudson roadster,! been Seated at IJrooksville. They
which his son drives. Mr. Brooks is!have wel1 for themselves, and
mining phosphate again in Citrus are amoiy; many other examples of
,m,ntv aM it .m l.Vo nl.l timps!cala and Marion county boys start-

to have him with us. i

HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE

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 of fence and
have demonstrate:! in the prist that it ts 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
and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods don't make
good we will.

KNIGHT & LANG

Ing without any means, except their

I own nrams ana muscle, ana maKing
S. S. Savage, Sr., of Yalaha, for-' something of themselves in the bus
mer editor and proprietor of the Re-jness world. The Star hopes to see-
cord, dropped in 'this morning to j them succeed beyond their most rosy
look after business interests. He 'dreams in their new lot-ation.
i i
looks well, is as sprightly as a boyj t
and is being warmly greeted by hisj l5Ui IMl'UOVUMKXT

many inenas nere. tie is joinea in

his visit here
Winter Haven

a large and up to date stock of gen-!ed: Misses Alice' Sexton, Theo and

Gladys Wallis, Mabel Meffert, Gladys
Martin, Rexie Todd. Christine Hjort,
Nellie Beckham, Mary Sanders, An Annie
nie Annie Pope Eagleton, Wenona Wether Wether-bee,
bee, Wether-bee, Lorayne Kemp, Emilee Bridges...
Mamie Sheppard, Messrs. Olaf
wadski, Claude Hickle, Welsh Dewey,
Joe Blalock, Robert MacKay, Alfred
Green, Sam Burford, Fred Meffert,
Homer Small, Robert Clarkson, La-

Grange Sistrunk, Carlton Ervin, Wil-'

Iiam Camp, Pat Anderson, Robert
Connor, Prof, and Mrs, Milne, Miss
Mayes and Miss Bartlett,

by his son, Xed, of

-Bartow Record,

;e to give the clerks $

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MiC r i:: Smoak and "his peopW -zt formally; opeVl
fthe srings are having a good deal 0f)Thursday on wh

fun, and incidentally makin

profit catching Uie big forked-taileitjp-

channel cathsh 'liiXhe hilver Springs
run. They set liijfes in tho river,
baited with meat" liver being the
best, and catch the big fellows, one

1 lilt. i V. V II I II I I ll -) tl VJ llllli

pounds, and ma

from 10 to Is pounds

V" Manager Hunter has so improved
ithe baseball' "'-ounds, one would
'hardly k no vN he m. It is desired Wo

J t'he park on the first

ich the Ocala stots

ftlo

lilf holi-

OCAl4. MUX All KM)

Messrs. Jos, XV. Dodge and J. G.

S-waim have been given the contract

?atches weighing 2 4 'or the exterior painting and miscel miscel-ny
ny miscel-ny of them weighing an0OUjl repairs on the federal build-

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Clocks of all kinds an3 at all prices.
A. E. Burnett. Adv.

TWO
hi:i:i.s,

VAl DKVILI.II ACTS, F1VK
TKJI PIA-Z TO KiHT. lv.

lug in Gainesville. They had much
competition, some from Atlanta.

EASTERN STAR MEETING

FOR RENT Furnished rooms In
modern home, for coupl; or two young

men. With board or without. Phone i

378. 3-21-tf

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

F.eek'a hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.

Nyal's Corn Remover actually re removes.
moves. removes. 25c. at both Gerig drug stores,
Adv.

Fur sale,
condition.
Co.

a "nl work mule, in fine
Aujily to tiie Cam-Thomas'

Pearl tooth brushes are sold at

IF YOU ARE PUTTING UP A ROUGH BUILDING WE
HAVE FOR YOU ROUGH HEAVY BUILDER'S HARDWARE
THAT WILL STAND ROUGH HARD WEAR.
IF YOU ARE BUILDING A HOME WE HAVE FOR YOU
FINE ORNAMENTAL TRIMMINGS THAT YOU WILL BE
PROUD OF. NO MATTER WHAT YOU WANT IN HARD HARDWARE
WARE HARDWARE REMEMBER WE HAVE IT FOR YOU

iti ill trail irk ?tr iuici

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Phone 118.

Gerig's drug stores at
anteed. Adv.

:3c. and guar-

Stop coughing by using Cherry Bark
Cough Syrup. Sold only at the Ttexall
stores. Adv.

FOR RENT Pleasant room. Large.

Two bedg. Close in. Gentlemen. Ad Ad-j
j Ad-j dress, Reasonable, care Star.

Shoe polish of every .ieseription can
be found at the Court Pharmacy. If it
is shoe polish, they 'have it. Adv.

Ocala Chapter No. 29, O, E. S., met
Friday afternoon at Vonge's hall for
regular meeting.
Mr. C. E. Connor, worthy patron,
and Mrs. A. E. Burnett, worthy ma matron,
tron, matron, gave splendid reports of the
Grand Chapter, which they attended
Inst week in Jacksonville, where Mr.
Connor was appointed Grand Senti Sentinel
nel Sentinel for this year.
Mrs. Martin K. Weed man of Chica Chicago,
go, Chicago, Hi., btave the chapter a bright tak
complimenting their work and thank thanking
ing thanking the members for the pleasant
times given her during her stay in
our city. The chapter will regret to
have her leave, and hopes another
winter will f.nd her a.gain in Florida.
At at early date, the Grand Matron,

Mrs. Heed, of Tampa, will visit Ocala j

.Miss Stovall to Kiitertitiit for Mlisos
Xcwsoni -mmK Davi.-i ...

lunvniiig luuiauoa nas oeen
issued: j
iMIss Minnie Avall at home Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday eveninsr. Anril tho twpntv-

third, eight cCcoik, Miss Elizabeth j
Xewsom, Miss Sara Davis. Bridr"!

Ihis will be the first party of. a
long series to be given for the two
popular bride-elects.
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Dance at Yonge's Hall
On account of the inconvenience
of reaching the Lake Weir Yacht
Club, the dance which the young men
intended giving there took place at

longes Hall last evening and prov proved
ed proved most enjoyable. A colored string
orchestra of three pieces furnished
the music for the fourteen dances.
The four attractive visiting girls
present were Misses Bessie Hull of
Inglis. Lola McClure of Kentucky,
Mary Sklpworth and Clarabel Cul Culpepper
pepper Culpepper and the others present at this
informal affair were the younger so society
ciety society young ladies and gentlemen of
the city.

mnos

Talking

rgans

Machines

Sheet

music,

IN- FACT,

iweryfiili. Ii MUSIC

We have several Pianos, recently

ebuilt, that are nearly as good as

new, as low as luu.uu eacn.

Organs as low as $15.00 each.
Easy terms.

The Ocala Golf Team Defeated
The gold match played by six rep representatives
resentatives representatives of the Jacksonville
Country Club and an equal number
from the Ocala Country Club result resulted
ed resulted in a victory, by one point, for the
visiting team. The Ocala team was
defeated badb" when it played in
Jacksonville several weeks ago and

though refretful of yesterday's

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Music House.

A. M. LMISFWl, Manager

Ocala, Florida

home she wil Ibe joined by Miss Mary
Skipworth. Misses Culpepper and
Skipworth are the much admired
guests of Miss Clara Johnson and
their many friends regret that their

de-j visit to Ocala is soon to be complet-

feat it feels greatly encouraged over ; ed.
its opponent's small victory. j yiT L F Blalock's four M. M. C.

Messrs.
ly were

Harnett, Groover and Gree-!delegates are Mrg fJ E Pvle of
defeated respectively by ir Vri5 nraMP of Tamt.a:

Messrs. Clarence Caran, G. K. Robin-U, ,, Atict; rirht r

chapter, ar., whk-h this chanter -1 son and Stephen Jewett cf the Ocala j jekHonvilc vjss Bright lived in
send a degree term to Fori ...Irtoy ttam Messrs. Tucker, Menninger ; 0cMa SQyeial j(arsago
and Mclntobh to institute chapters. rimr .ftr, Messrs. J. Cam.i

! Icy-IIot bottles
I acy. Ady.

:t the Court Pharm-

OCALA

FLORIDA

The people's show, ALL. NEXT
WEEIv. C. W. 1'ark Kranutlc Co. A.i.

The show yim -ci 11 know.
PA II K, ALL NEXT WEEK. Ad v.

C. W.

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

Call up riionc 300 and Let us Give an Estimate on Your

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AND ELECTRICAL

WORK

IVe Guaraniee to Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines

we eniplov none but fiperts we are la poslllun to uruarantee eT eT-err
err eT-err pleee of work we eonMruct to slanil Uie Inspection of the mi
riKitl luHprciorN. It cot nwtbluK to net our fiurei, ami you are the
wtauer, whether we secure the coutraci or not. tilve us a trial.

. W. TUCKER

FOHT KING BLOCK

OCALA, FLORIDA

You will look a gooa 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 yo-i have a cough j
or cold, and you are certain to be pleas- j

ed with the prompt cure which it will
effect. For sale by all dealers. Adv.

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

LOST On or near the courthouse, a
lATiXt- buck on operative surgery by
llurden. Suitable reward for return to
Star office. 4-17

GLASSES LOST A pair of gpM rim
glasses lost on street between ten cent
store and j-ostofrtce. Finder please re return
turn return same to the ten cent store. 4-17

The correct treatment for cuts,
burns, scalds, wounds, sores lumbago,
rheumatism, or neuralgia is BAL

LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It is heal-j
ing, 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.

3 cans Van Camp's soap 25c

" M beans.... 25c
" " Hominy 25c
" Mince Meat 25c
" Sunbeam shrimp 25c
lb Soda 5c
cans small flat Salmon 35c
" large " ..30c
" tall Salmon 30c
" Argo large Salmon 45c
M Ocean Gem tall ... 20c
THY OUR
Hotel Astor Coffee
SOMETHING FINE
40 cts. per Pound
LORD CALVERT
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound

GARN-THOMAS

I P. Robinson

i Ocala team.

Holder accompanied

F. Drake of the

ital score was 12!lj' hisses Matlie Williams and Alice

After the match bath teams werejsure trip to Inverness and interme interme-entertained
entertained interme-entertained at an elegantly served; Iioint-s toda-v-course
luncheon at the club house,: Rni Trice of Tampa, who
the host being Mr. Clarence Camp, j frequently visits Mis Mary Burford,
president of the Country Club. 'returned Wednesday night from a
j trip with friends 'to Panama and
The many friends of Mr. and Irs-!cuba
Walter Mucklew will regret to learn j
of the death of their 12-year-old son,! Ur. and Mrs. George Witch of
Alfred Sollace .which occurred laOealu were visit.ng their niece Mrs.
night at 8 o'clock, at their residence, M. M. Hut edge of this city on NNed-

18o3 Riverside avenue. Metropolis.
Mr. Mucklow is the senior member

of the firm of Mucklow-Ford of Jaek-i Two, little misses taking promi promi-sonville,
sonville, promi-sonville, and the friends he madenent parts at a reception given in
while in Ocala attending the wedding ; Miami Thursday were Misses Annie
in December of his partner deeply Lester Patterson and Elizabeth Sam Sam-fvmpathize
fvmpathize Sam-fvmpathize with him and his wife in'niers. Their parents are well known

their great loss

nesday and Thursday last. Hernan

do notes in Tampa Times.

GO.

PHONE 163

Mrs. J. B. Hull and daughter, Miss
Bessie Hull return to their home at
Inglis today after a stay of a week
at the home of Mrs. J. M. Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, Mrs. Frances Dantzler, a delegate
to the M. M. C, from Jacksonville,
is being entertained by Mrs. L. T.
Izlar. Mrs. Dantzler was formerly
from Orangeburg, S. C and as Mrs.
Izlar came from the same state they
have many friends in common.
Miss Clarabel Culpepper will leave
Wednesday for Palatka to visit Mrs.
Thorp until Friday, when she will
return to her home in White Springs
after an absence of several months
spent in St. Augustine. En route

in Ocala.
Mrs. Mark Verdery of Jacksonville
is the guest of Mrs. J. B. Ley, having
come to attend the Methodist Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary Convention. Mrs. Verdery
is the mother of Miss Mary Verdery
and Mrs. John West of Tampa, who
have been popular visitors to Ocala.
Mrs. P. B. Larson and Mrs. It. D.

O'Dell arrived today from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and will spend several days
with their sister, Mrs. J. C. Caldwell.

Rev. J. G. Glass will be the guest
of Mrs. S. A. Ellis until tomorrow
afternoon,
Mrs. Trawiek, vice president of
the National Missionary Convention
and Mrs. God bey, arrived today
from Birmingham, Ala., and are the

guests of Mrs. J. XV. Hood. They
came to attend the M. M. C.
Three prominent people in Ocala
at present are Mrs. S. S. Harris, Miss
Fllie Tydings and Miss Lillian Nich Nichols,
ols, Nichols, all three missionaries of note.
Mrs. Harris is a guest in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris, Miss
Nichols is being entertained by Mrs.
XV. K. Zewadski and Miss Tydings is
with her mother, Mrs. L. B. Tydings.
Mrs. R. E. Sloan of Monticello is
also a guest of Mrs. Zewadski.
Mrs. Mary Eagleton has returned
from her visit to her daughter. Miss
Margaret, in Philadelphia.
Mrs. A. G. Waldron and baby of
Wildwood are the guests of Mrs. Wal Wal-dron's
dron's Wal-dron's sister, Mrs. Charles Goddard.

Mr. anJ Mrs. J. C. West arriyd

this afternoon from Ashland City,

Tenn., and will sjtend some time with
their son and wife, Mr. and -Mrs. C.
L. West.
Mr. Geo. A. Blowers returned on
Thursday from Pennsylvania, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by his mother, who will make
her home with her son.
Miss Isabelle Blowers is quite ill
at the home of her parents near
Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. M. I). Watson, who
live two and a half miles southwest
of Ocala, at the Cnambliss siding on
the O. and S. XV. railway, gave their
little daughter a birthday party to today,
day, today, and had a number of 'her. little
friends with her. Ruth is one year
old today. She is the baby of six
children, and the family had a fine
time in celebrating her first anniver anniversary.
sary. anniversary. Mrs. Paul Durand will entertafn
the Baptist ewing circle Monday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. Charles Smith and daughter.
Miss Ruth, after a very pleasant visit

to friends in this city and other parts
of Florida, left today for their home
in Mount Pocano, Pa. They were ac accompanied
companied accompanied as far as Jacksonville by
Mrs. Tom Jamison. Their friends
here hope they will return next fail.

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