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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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EVENING

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FURNISHINGS
For All o! the Homes
IB-MI! (I
THE FURNITURE MEN
FUMMTO1E
AT RIGHT PRICES
Theus-Zachry Co.
VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1913
NO. 279

M GOOD KK

Preented by the Cliih Women of Flor Flor-lihi
lihi Flor-lihi for the ConMlalerntlon of
the Legislature
The Woman's Club intends that if
it can do so there will be better laws
for the protection of women and chil children
dren children in Florida, and with that end in
view the club has forwarded to the
legislature and to Governor Trammell
a memorial containing an outline of
thf needed laws. This petition was
mailed to Tallahassee recently by
Mrs. W. S. Jennings, chairman of the
legislative committee.
The great necessity of legislation
on the following subjects and the
present bills pending in our honora honorable
ble honorable body have been absorbing the
deepest interest and attention of the
club, and have been carfeully consid considered
ered considered for some time, and determined
by the club. "Worthy Objects" of the
club," and the subjects were referred
to and placed in the hands of its leg legislative
islative legislative committee:
First Amend the present juvenile
court law, and make it operative; pro providing
viding providing and fixing salaries of proba probation
tion probation officers; providing detention
houses in such cities where such
courts are to be established.
Second Make 'a sufficient appro appropriation
priation appropriation to establish at the state re reform
form reform school, at Marianna, a modern
industrial and manual training institu institution.
tion. institution. Third To create a state board of
charities, similar to the state board
of control for schools.
Fourth To restrict and regulate
child labor and create the office of
commissioner of labor.
(a) Prohibit boys under ten years
and girls under sixteen, to sell news newspapers
papers newspapers and magazines.
(b) Prohibit children under twelve
from working in stores and offices.
(c) Prohibit working of children
WHEN THE BOWELS
ARE UNCOMFORTABLE
and you miss that fine feeling
of exhilaration which follows
a copious morning operation,
you should put a small quan quantity
tity quantity of Simmons Red Z Liver
Regulator (The Powder Form )
on the tongue and wash it
down with a little water.
Its action in the system is
purifying and strengthening.
It drives out hard impactions
and impurities and gives tone
to the muscular structure of
the bowels. It overcomes the
tendency to chronic constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, relieves a bloated feeling
in the abdomen, sweetens the
breath, and promotes vigor of
body, mental alertness and
cheerful spirits.
Sold by Dealers, Price, large package. $1,00.
Atk for the genuine with the Bed Z on tb label.
If you cannot get it. remit to ua, we will send It bf
mail, postpaid. Siramom LWer Regulator la pat ap
also In liquid form for those who prefer It. Price,
tl.00 per buttle. Look for tbe Bed Z label.
J. IL ZE1L1N & CO., Props., St Louis, Mo.
REAL ESTATE.
If you wish to buy, sell,
lease, or exchange, it will
pay you to take the matter
up with me at once.
J. H. BRINSON
Ocala, Florida.
EDWARD DRAKE
CIV Hi EXGIXEEit,
DRAUGHTSMAN
AND CONTRACTOR
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
Northwest Corner Ocala House Block
OCALA ... FLORIDA
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than ny other
wintmrtn m th rttj
it
Queen of Sea Routes''
SIEHCIIANTS & MIXERS, TRAXS. CO.
JACKSONVILLE TO
Savannah, Baltimore, rhiladelphic,
Boston and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
fres; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Fend for booklet.
H. C. AVERT, Agent.
Jacksonville, Fla.
Lu D. JONES, C. A.
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla,
"Finest Coastwise Tripa In the World"

under fourteen in industrial establish establishments.
ments. establishments. (d) Prohibit employment of chil children
dren children under fourteen in any occupa occupation
tion occupation during school hours.
(e) Fix the age of night messenger
service at eighteen years.
(f) Fix the age of employment in
bar-rooms and saloon's at twenty-one
years.
(g) A nine-hour day for boys up to
sixteen and girls. up to eighteen; no
night work for either boys or girls un under
der under those ages.
Fifth Prohibit the printing of the
details of executions of murderers,
suicides and kidnappers.
Sixth Establish an institution for
the feeble-minded.
Seventh To prohibit the placing
of any advertisements on stones,
stumps, trees, telegraph poles, tele telephone
phone telephone poles, mile posts, buildings,
mile boards, bill boards, etc., within
the limits of a public highway.
Eighth That women be made eligi eligible
ble eligible for election as school officers.
Ninth That the membership on
county school boards be increased.
Tenth To remove a married wo woman's
man's woman's disability to make contracts in
the control of her individual proper property.
ty. property. Eleventh To make wife and child
desertion a felony.
Twelfth An act to make a felony
of seduction under the age of consent
fixed by law.
Thirteenth An act to authorize the
employment of women as matrons,
keepers, nurses and physicians in
state, county and city institutions hav having
ing having the custoday of women and chil children.
dren. children.
Fourteenth An act to provide for
state registration of trained nurses.
Fifteenth An appropriation that
will insure the participation of Flor Florida
ida Florida in the Panama-Pacific Interna International
tional International Exposition, in a manner befit befitting
ting befitting its importance and dignity.

Jacksonville Metropolis.
nrcW.VHE OP OINTMENTS FOR CA CATARRH
TARRH CATARRH THAT. CONTAIN 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, as the damage they will do is 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 taken
en taken internally and made in Toledo, O.,
by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials
free..'
Sold by Druggists. Trice 75 cents
per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills.
for constipation. Adv.
CANDLER
Candler, April 21. Miss ATida AYest,
a pretty and attractive young lady
from Trenton, X.' C? who has been
visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. T. K. Pritchett. left Friday noon
for her home.
Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Phil Port
and Miss Eunice Loom is were hostesses
of the thimble club, at the home of the
latter in Fast Candler, The ladles,
while plying their embroidery needles,
were entertained with instrumental
music. Delicious refreshments were
served by the hostesses.
A special feature Sunday morning at
the Methodist service was the quartet
which was composed of Mrs. Twaitout.
Mrs. Comstock. Mr. Robert Blair of
Oklawaha and Dr. Rankin of bur home
talent.
There being no 'regular meeting of
the C. E. Sunday evening, a song ser
vice was enjoyed by all present.
Mrs. George Russell and Mrs. AA'ill AA'ill-iam
iam AA'ill-iam Hyde of Lake AYeir were Friday
visitors to relatives and friends.
Rev. and Mrs. E. G. XJcKinley, Dr.
and Mrs. Rankin and Miss Elizabeth
Rankin attended the Tresbytery aS
Eustis last week.
Mrs. and Miss Ellis, who have oc occupied
cupied occupied a suite of rooms in the Clark
apartment house during the past four
months, have returned to .their home
in New York.
Mr. David Martsolf has returned to
Beaver Falls, Ta., after a brief visit
here.
WHY' HP. WAS liATE.
'What made you bo late?"
"I met Smlthson."
"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
Iain's Tablets?"
"Sure, that is what he needs." Sold
by all Dealers. Adv.
MAXV SCRIPT COVERS
An elegant line of lawyers' manu manuscript
script manuscript covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
office.
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 51 per
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Adv.
Shoe polish of every description can
be found at the Court rharmacy. If it
is shoe polish, they have it. -Adv.
FOR BURXS, BRUISES AXD SORES
The quickest and surest cure for
burns, bruises, bolls, sores. Inflamma Inflammation
tion Inflammation and all skin biseases is Bucklin's
Arnica Salve. In four days It cured L.
H. Had in, of Iredell, Tex., of a sore on
his ankle which pained him so he could
hardly walk, snoma De m every
house. Only 25 cents. Recommended
by Tydings & Co. Adv.

in m in

Of What h I'riMin Farm and IfOHpItal
Should He ;mmI DMcriition
by J. II. Itooney
As Mr. Itooney, secretary of the
Ocala Board of Trade, ha written the
following story of our visit to the Ma Marion
rion Marion Farms and has made a.s good or
better story than we could have writ written,
ten, written, we will use the scissor.-? instead of
the pencil and reproduce it from the
Jacksonville Metropolis of yesterday,
adding this little fhouxht, that if every
farmer in Florida could visit this farm,
go all over it and talk to ("apt. Purvis,
the visit would le worth a great deal
to him arid-there is not a farmer in the
state, large or small, who would not
receive .,me idiuu.i" mr auu iinu.
mauon rrom sucn a visit.
Ocala. April 21. By spec ial request
4 accompanied by Carroll of the Star,
..ii.. ..w. ...... ...
Batch, attending physician at the hos
pital of the Marion Farms, on which
are located the invalid convicts of the
state, there being now on hand 102
men and 36 women. Conditions found
there in connection with the manage management
ment management of this farm are such that war warrant
rant warrant this article.
Five hundred and sixty acres are
under cultivation, under the manage management
ment management of I. W. Purvis. The general
conditions from a san'tary point are
the best to be found, I believe, in Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and demonstrates that Mr. Purvis
not only in making a success from a
farming standpoint, but is also handl handling
ing handling these prisoners from., a humane
view that is commendable in the very
strongest terms. The best of discipline
's maintained, every one able, both
white and black, is required to attend
both Sunday school and church ser services
vices services on the Sabbath; no swearing al allowed
lowed allowed either on part of guards or in inmates.
mates. inmates. The ward seating quarters and
entire premises were perfectly clean,
and could have passed the closest
spection, although it was not known
that we were to make this visit.
Something of the scope of work be-
ing handled by Mr. Purvis can be bet better
ter better appreciated when detailed: Two
hundred acres of corn, 200 acres in vel velvet
vet velvet beans, twenty-two acres in sugar
cane, twelve in Japanese and sorghum,
140 acres set to pecans, land under cul cultivation:
tivation: cultivation: ten acres in pecans budded to
the native hickory trees: twelve acres
as a garden; ten acres in bearing or oranges;
anges; oranges; fifteen acres in peaches; eight eighteen
een eighteen acres in watermelons; two hundred
and fifty head of hogs for killing th's
year; five hundred cans home packed
tomatoes; three hundred cans 'peaches,
a barnyard full of laying hens, eggs
in abundance. fine frying chickens,
twelve cows, giving a fine supply of
good milk and butter.
A summary of some of the staple
articles produced the past season: Four
thousand bushels sweet potatoes, six
thousand pounds lard, thirty-five thou thousand
sand thousand pounds meat, twenty-six hundred
gallons syrup, with plenty of corn, fod fodder
der fodder and other forage crops to feed all
the stock on the place, with all the
different kinds of vegetables that can
be grown on the fertile lands of Ma Marion
rion Marion county.
One of the unique features found was
that In clearing up new lands the wood
taken frQm same is made to take the
,
as to answer this purpose, until such!
time as it is disposed of to the citizens
of "Ocala for fire or cook wood. An Another
other Another feature is that all shoes and nails
for putting them on are made by their
blacksmith, as well as all handles and
other farm implements. Mr. Purvis
has exhibited his genius in many ways,
having from a lot of old junk burned
in a fire rigged up a good sawmill that
cuts all lumber needed on the place, as
well as hard wood for making repairs
to farm implements; a dynamo that
lights the entire place, runs his syrup
mill, pumps water from a well 142 feet
deep; also a system of pumping air
into the well to overcome certain con conditions
ditions conditions when sending men into it be being
ing being overcome by the atmosphere.
Found the old-time hopper running
lye from the ashes, which is used in
making clean and better sanitation
the whole premises, as well as a disin disinfectant
fectant disinfectant for the. poultry and hog pens,
as well as making lye soap; regular
bath tubs provided for both men and
women, white and black; far better
conditions here for cleanliness than the
average negro is accustomed to. hence
the lessons learned are beneficial and
places those unfortunate enough to be
confined there Is conditions that will
make better people out of them when
their time is out.
This is a demonstration of what can
be accomplished in Marion county. If
proper methods are used in cultivating,
the land. If this can be done with the
invalid convicts, what may we expect
when they utilize the more scientific
methods, with the latest 'mproved ma machinery.
chinery. machinery. Today Mr. Purvis is loading 1,000
bushels of sweet potatoes that are to
be shipped to Atlanta. Ga.. having been J
purchased by E. B. Stuart and Company
of that city. "
AXSWEP. TIIE CALL.
Ocala People Have Found That This Is
Xeeessary
A cold, a strain, a sudden wrench,
A little cause may hurt the kidneys.
Spells of backache often follow,
Or some irregularity of the urine.
A splendid remedy for such attacks,
A medicine that has satisfied thou
sands
Is Doan's Kidney Pills.
Thousands of people rely upon it.
Here is one Palatka case:
u. Hall. River street. Palatka,
Fla., says: "I can strongly recom-
mend Doan's Kidney Tills, for my ex-
perience with them convinced me that j
they act just as represented. I have 1
taken Doan's Kidney Pills on several
occasions for weak kidneys and lame'
and aching back and I have never fail- i
ed to get benefit."
"AA'hen Your Back is Lame-Remem-
ber the Name." Don't simply ask for a
kidney remedy ask distinctly for;
Doan s Kidney Pills the same that Mr.
nan naa. an stores. Foster-Mil-
burn Co., Props., Buffalo. X. Y. Ad No 4
Orange Springs. April 22. Mr. J. F.
Flinn of Philadelphia, Pa., was h vis visitor
itor visitor here the last of th week a guest
of the Carlton House. Also Mr. T, M-

Melhuri-h. They were very much
pleased with Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ix Miner of Pa Pa-latka
latka Pa-latka are visitors at Orange Springs.
Master Van Parramore has return returned
ed returned from an extended visit to his sister,
Mrs. KHie Fort of Tampa.
Miss I-Mna Igle of Crescent City and
Mr. J. H. Pegram of this place were
married last Sunday-.
Mrs. J. A. LIradshaw and children of
Trilby, are spending this week here
the guests of Mrs. It. K. Carlton.
Mr. Quincy Clark has sold his farm
in section It to Mr. AV. Bruce Sweezy.
Mr. K. S. Temple of South Dakota
was a visitor here last week. He is
greatly pleased and w'll make Florida
his home soon.
Mr. Damouth who has spent the win winter
ter winter here left last week for Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to undergo an operation.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Pedrick spent
Sunday with friends at Bay Iake.

Miss Lois Massey returned last Fri-
(liiy from a mQst uelil,htful visit witn
friends at Oklawaha.
Mrs. J. R. Wimble is with
j mother Mrg McGahagin. who
h,. ,.,,it ;n
her
has
! v fa. v v ill,
Mr Kussel If. Bedford and
his
brother. Mr. Karl Bedford, have re returned
turned returned to their home in- New York.
They have a nice farm east of Orange
Springs.
Mr. Frank H. Pedrick and Mrs. AW
II. Massey are the pleased recipients
of a real imported Persian scarf pre presented
sented presented to them by their friend. Mrs.
K. M. Tamraz. who 's a native Persian.
Miss Bucy Pegram left last AVed AVed-nesday
nesday AVed-nesday for Crescent City to be present
at the marriage of her brother.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred A'ogt of Ocala
were week end visitors here en route
to Crescent City to attend the Igle Igle-Pegram
Pegram Igle-Pegram wedding.
OHIIIM; THE COMPANIES
A lee ami Electrle Trust to Operate
in Florida
The Southern Utilities Co. is being
organized by J. G. AVhite & Co., of
New York City, to finance and manage
thirty electric, ice, gas and water prop-

In-ierties in fifteen towns in Florida. The

properties will include the Arcadia
electric light, power and ice plant; the
Fernandina ice plant; Fort Lauderdale
electric,-water and ice plant; the Brad Brad-entown
entown Brad-entown electric, ice and power plant;
Fort Myers electric light, water and
ice plant: Lake City ice plant; Live
ak electric light, power and ice plant;
Miami ice plant: Pulaski ice plant;
Pensacola ice plant: Punta Gorda ice
plant; St. Augustine ice plant and
steam laundry; Sanford electric light,
power, ice, gas and water plant; Tar Tarpon
pon Tarpon Springs electric light, power and
ice plant, and the West Palm Beach
elt-ctric liu:lit. power and ice plant. II.
C. Adams, recently of West Palm
Beach, will be general manager of all
t lie properties mentioned.
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.
VELVET HEAXS FOR SALE
100 bushels of velvet beans for sale
at $1.50 f. o. b. Ocala. Address box
Ocala Fla
' ucaia- ia
4-2-tf dw
J. E, GHAGE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block.
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.
DR. L. F. BLALOGK
Dental Surgeon
OFFICE OVER COMMERCIAL,
BANK
OCALA, . FLORIDA
J. G. PURVIS,
DENTAL SURGEON.
Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store.
Ocala,
Florida
: JOSEPH BELL
I Attorney at Law
Office
I Second Floor,
Munroe & Chambliss Bldg
: Ocala, Fla.
M'lVER & MAG KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Buna) Robes
I). E. McIVEK and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
Vll Work Done ly licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed.
PHONES'
D. E. Melver
I. V. Roberts ....
Undertaking Office
. .104
.30b
. 47

IBIS ill

!! i:hlbilH nn.J Compete for Prize
With Our Own Cilixen at tbe
Marion County Fir
To the Citizens of all Counties Ad Adjoining
joining Adjoining Marion: At the annual meet meeting
ing meeting of the Marion County Fair Asso Association
ciation Association held in January last, it was
decided to invite one or two of our
neighboring counties to participate in
our fair to "be held Nov. 25-28th next.
To do this it was deemed necessary
that appropriations should be made by
th- several counties, to cover first, the
expense of collecting exhibits anil, sec second,
ond, second, as a guarantee to us that the
counties should be represented on sueii
a scale as to warrant -us in erecting
additional buildings to house the in increased
creased increased exhibits. As this plan has fail failed
ed failed to materialize, and believing as we
do that friendly competition -with our
neighbors will invigorate and stimu stimulate
late stimulate the agricultural interests of our
own people and at the same time be
an ocular demonstration to all those
in attendance of what a county fair is
and what it will and lias accomplished
for the farmers of Marion county and
thus induce other counties to emulate
our ex;vnple. For these reasons and
because, of fhe encouragement we have
received from a few up-to-date citi citizens,
zens, citizens, we have"d-t-rmined to open our
fair to the competition of Alachua.
Citrus, Lake and Sumter counties, all
exhibits to receive the same attention
and care as those coming from our
own county of Marion. No extra space
will be provided and the exhibits from,
the several counties will not be housed
or placed in individual divisions or sec sections,
tions, sections, all to share and "share alike.
Should this actien meet, with your ap approval
proval approval we would request that you give
it as wide publicity as you "deem ex ex-pedient
pedient ex-pedient and necessary, and inform us
at an early date of the prospect for ex exhibits
hibits exhibits from your county.
Respectfully,
Marion County Fair Association,
D. S. Williams, Secretary.
JtEAl)THlS.
The fTcxas Wonder cures kidney .and
bladder trouble, removing gravel,
cures llabetes. weak and lame backs,
rheumatism and all irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder in both men
and women. Begulates bladder troub troubles
les troubles in children. If not sold by your
druggist, will be sent by mail on 're 'receipt
ceipt 'receipt of $1. One small bottle is" two
months' treatment and seldom fails to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from tliis and other states. Dr. K. AA".
Hall, 20H6 Olive street, St. Louis Mo.
Sold by all brug gists. Ad
FOK BEAT
FOB B 1 N T Offices in Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis fc Martin.
PAIXS IX THE STOMACH
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, da da-betes
betes da-betes or Bright's disease. Thousands
recommend Electric Bitters as the very
best stomach and kidney medicine
made. II. T. Alston, of Raleigh, N. C,
who suffered with pain in the stomach,
and back, writes: "My kidneys were
deranged and my liver did not work
right. I suffered much, but Electric
Bitters was recommended and I. im improved
proved improved from the first dose. I now feel
like a new man." It will improve you,
too.. Ouly 50 cents and $1. Recom Recommended
mended Recommended by Tydings & Co. Adv.
OI.L1E 3IOHDIS' MARKET OPEN
The market Tormeny known as the
Oilie Mordis' Is now open- AA'ill 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 right
Tours respectfully.
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS.
Dealer in Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia.
"My little son had a very severe cold,
was recommended to try Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, and before a small bot bottle
tle bottle was finished he was as well as
ever." writes Mrs. H. Silks, 29 Dowling
street, Sydney, Australia. This remedy
is for sale by all dealers. Adv.
WANTED Man wit',
farm work. Must be in
commence now. r'.ox lf'.
family for
position to
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.
,
Wanting good laborers toth 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. AA'ages pail in cash every" two
week. Location Centralia, Fla., on
Tampa Northern Railroad. For further
particulars address Central Cypf ess
Co.. Centralia, Fla, ,4-5-ltd 2tw
FOR SALE Maxwell a-tomobile. 23
horsepower, only been used six months,
in perfect condition, reason for selling,
need a f our-passenuer car." Apply to
L F. Ulalock. 4-18
Use DARBY'S rRCPHYLACTIC
FLUID in the house and the stable,
it is as good for animal tiesh as it is
for the human body. It heals sores,
cuts, ragged wounds, coil:, dysentery,
galls, chafes, scratches, distemper,
bots, and worms. There is hardly any
limit to its usefulness about the home home-Price
Price home-Price 50 cents per bottle. Sold by all
drusgists. Adv.
HHI' ATTACK MMTTIXi
I-Mit-'.r Star: Having read with ap approval
proval approval your attack jU the ;i:hy condi condition
tion condition of eertaln railroad eiches. I find
myself wishing that yu could tiive th
common drinking eup. a, rid the prof Je
-.dtting a Ion if the .-tr-?-ts and in other
jiuhlic place. a !!w with your -ditor-iai
club.
The per.- i-.re doing a good
work c?.a?ing t ::e tly, the ilea and even
the dear uld tbly from our homes, but
the sa!iv;t still drips from the mouths
of the tobacco ehewers and the snuff
dippers, too. for that matter.
In the community where I live men.

women, and even s-weet-faced little
girLs and boys, are all on the "tiring
line."' Target practice goes on right
merrily. My neighbors can sit a rod
from the fireplace and fire a volley of
li'iuid shot that will hit the mark every
time. From the small window of a
nearby church I have even seen a fe female
male female leader discharge the same, re reminding
minding reminding me of a .salute from the port
hole of the gospel ship.
My stomach fails me when I contem contemplate
plate contemplate the open wells sa prevalent in
any locality, or even the genial barbe barbecue,
cue, barbecue, where both food and drink are
likely to be contaminated by the dried
spittle that the frisky breeze may
pepper them with. If tobacco juice
alone were thus contributed it, possi possibly,
bly, possibly, wouldn't be so unpleasant a sub

ject to contemplate, but along with
the dried saliva may come germs of
tuberculosis, cancer, or other ailments
to which the contributor may, unknown
to himself, be carrying about.
Tiie last time I came from your me metropolis
tropolis metropolis to Ocala I fount! myself in the
middle of most disgusting puddles of
saliva, but am in hones vour attacks
have ameliorated quite largely the
condition of things, and now 1 beg vou
to give the nuisances to which I have
alluded a telling blow.
. "Fault Finder.
ECZEM.lt TRY ZEMO
Haw Cured AVornl Ca- and Yoa ran
Prove It for Only 25 Cent
"res, try ZTemo. That's all you need
to do to get rid of the worst case of
eczema. You take no chance, it Is no
experiment. Zemo is positively guar
anteed to ston itchinsr. rash. raw.
bleeding eczema, make a pimpled face
smooth and clean. Zemo is a wonder
and the minute applied sinks in, van vanishes,
ishes, vanishes, leaves no evidence, doesn't
stick, no grease, just a pure, clean,
wonderful liquid and it cures. This Is
guaranteed. Zemo Is put up by the E.
AA. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis. Mo.,
and sold by all druggists at $1 for the
lajge bottle and at 25 cents for the
1
lioeia! bi.se inai ooiue. xry one 25-
cent bottle and be convinced. Sold by
the Court Tharmacy. Ad. l

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For a Few Iteys i

10c size Hecker's Self Rising Buckwheat 3 for 25c

20c "
30c
40c 44 " 44
35c bottle Pure Maple Syrup,
65c 44.
3 pounds Evaporated Apples
35c package Cluster Rasins
25c 44 44

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OCALA,
Phones

IMS THE

DOCTOR'S

FEE OF REAL WORTH
Uhen you pay a doctor for a skillful diagnosis you want to get full
value for your money. If the medicine that you get on his orders Is not All
that it should be you are the loser. It is of supreme importance that tb con contents
tents contents of your prescription be fresh and reliable Just as It Is of Importance
that your doctors' orders are carefully followed. Bring your prescriptions t
us to be filled and they will be compounded from fresn, reliable drugs. And
what's more we offer you the same prompt and polite service that our cus customers
tomers customers have beer, enjoying right along. Try us with the next prescription.
THE COURT PHARMACY
' THE DRUG STORE ON THE SQUARE
OCALA - - FLORIDA

General Contractor
and Builder
ttoUcrn Home, Store and Office Build Building
ing Building Ereeted at Ileanonable Prleea.
AH Kind of Ilepair Work Promptly
Executed
nan Furnliifaed With all Work-. All
Work Ga a ran teed
Box 43S
No. 33, Saaehex Street
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IlaukiB Han laTentlirated lb Cra
Prwxpertu mud la CoatrqafBft
I Happy
(Jacksonville Metropolis)
"Florida next year will have grape grapefruit
fruit grapefruit on the trees for market as late as
September. The state has the finest
prospect for this luscious variety f f-the
the f-the citrus family that it has ever had.
and the trees are blooming sutrieiently
now to give a good early crop, while
the June bloom will come In uncount uncounted
ed uncounted thousands and set the late fruit
that will task the handlers to dispose
of."
Such was the statement of Walter
Hawkins, one of the leading: handlers
of Florida citrus fruits, this morning,
after a trjp over the slate to investi investigate
gate investigate the prospects for the coming
year.
Mr. Hawkins says there was never
a winter before when the groves of
Florida went, through in such perfect
condition, and right now, the grove
can stand until June, and still set theif
blossoms, without any more rain, and
it is hardly possible that there will be
no rain in Florida during the summer,
judging by the past year's record.
The quality of the fruit on the trees
now, he states, is of the best, and the
size, while, of course, larger than the
early marketed fruit, is not too large
to meet the demand in outside mar markets.
kets. markets. Mr. Hawkins is enthusiastic over the
conditions he finds in the state, and Is
counting on the finest crop, counting:
quantity, size, flavor, sweetness and
color, all mingled with keeping quad-'
itiep, that he has seen here in some something
thing something over twenty years.
Stop coughing. by using Cherry Bark
Cough Syrup. Sold onl. at the Rexall
(stores. Adv.
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25c
30c
29 c
55 c
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OCA LA EVENING STAR, WtDXESDAT.Rrl 23, 113.

OGALA EVENING STAR

Bittlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
H. K. Carroll, Business Manager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered in the postoffice at Ocala,
Fix., as second class mall matter.
OCALA CIGARS
Secretary Rooney "of the Board of
Trade saya he is going to inaugurate
a movement to push the wider and
more aggressive sale of Ocala made
weeds in all the stores and cigar stands
of the city.
A very good idea. Ocala has sevral
small but busy factories which make
first class cigars. A number of our
citizens won't smoke any other as
long as they can obtain the home- pro
duct, and their example should 0
more widely followed. If it was, the
factories would be bigger and employ
more workmen. It would be little
trouble for a dealer to recommend
Ocala cigars to his customers, and in
proportion as he helped the trade, he
would help himself.
Ocala was doing a big business in
cigars twenty years ago had a num number
ber number of large factories with hundreds of
" workmen, and though we can scarcely
expect to rebuild the business to such
an extent we could considerably in increase
crease increase what we have.
Another thing that should be brought
out prominently: Some fifteen to eight eighteen
een eighteen years ago, a number of Marion
county farmers entered quite extens extensively
ively extensively into raising tobacco. They rais raised
ed raised very good tobacco, but circum circumstances
stances circumstances were not favorable to its mar marketing
keting marketing and the industry died out.
Tobacco is not a difficult crop to
raise. Forty years ago, almost every
farmer in the South raised more or
less tobacco, generally enough to pro provide
vide provide for his own pipe and chewing.
The tobacco patches were small, but
with one on almost every farm, the ag aggregate
gregate aggregate was immense.
It is not likely that our farmers
would go back to raising their own
tobacco. They have contracted the
habit of using the manufactured ar article,
ticle, article, though it is probably not as good
as the home made "smokes and chews."
But if every farmer in Florida would
cultivate a little patch of tobacco and
take the product to a factory in his
shire town, the help to every county
"would be considerable, and to the en entire
tire entire state would be immense. Very fine
tobacco can be raised in Marion coun county.
ty. county. Buyers who were here in the years
from '93 to 98 pronounced it as good
as any raised In America, and if there
had been capital In the county at that
time to put the industry on the level
that it needed, it would today probably
be a large-sized figure in the business
of the state.
Mr. Rooney was approached Tuesday
by a business man of means, who told
him that if his proposition for a con-
. certed attempt to sell Ocala made
cigars was consistently carried out, he
" would guarantee ttie speedy erection of
, a good sized factory. This is some some-thing
thing some-thing to be considered seriously and
at once. Tobacco and cigars, not be being
ing being bulky, are not as dependent on
freight rates as most other manufac manufactured
tured manufactured articles. A big cigar factory
' would bring many more people and
much more business here, and if the
farmers would Join in a determined at attempt
tempt attempt to raise tobacco, a very large
industry could be built up in compar comparatively
atively comparatively little time.
lRtJ,LF:lGIUSON
y
Everybody in Ocala, as well as .her
relations and many friends out in the

county, sincerely regrets the death of
Mrs. Allen Gibson, who died at the
hospital early this rnorning.
Mrs. Gibson was Miss Pearl Lisk, a
daughter of the rand old physician.
Dr. Lisk, and one the popular young
ladies of the Grahfimvllle section. Ten
years ago, she became the bride of
Captain Allen Glbkon, and their happy
married life had Hlmost its first shad-'
ow in the slckneis that finally proved!
fatal. Brought to the Marlon County
Hospital a few weeks ago, she at first
s rallied, then began to fail until this
... morning, when she passed away.
" With her at the last were. lier,lus lier,lus-band,
band, lier,lus-band, mother and brother. Dr. P. F.
Lisk of Fort McCoy, her uncle and
aunt. Dr. and Mrs. Chittick, from In Indiana.
diana. Indiana. A younger sister. Miss Nettie
Lisk, who is teaching in Alabama, did
not arrive until this afternoon.
The funeral will be at Grahamville
tomorrow.' The funeral cortege will
- leave here about 8 a. m., for the church
at Oklawaha Bridge, where the services
; will be held about 11 o'clock. The re remains
mains remains will be Interred beside those of
Mrs. Gibson's father, Dr. Lisk, who
preceded her some years ago. Mclver
& MacKay will have charge of the ar
rangements.

The Gibsons and Llsks are among the and is- exerting wide and great in inmost
most inmost respected and influential of the fluence in his circle. The ancient city
East Oklawaha families, and sympathy delegate is not very much attached to
with them is deep ana widespread. the loud pedal movement, but his ways
. are ways of mystery -and general pro-
The body of the five-year-old child ductive. Senator Zlm knows how to
of Mr. and Mrs.. O. S. Hammond was vote, for his name, alphabetically list list-broughj
broughj list-broughj to Ocala Tuesday and buried ed, gives him the opportunity to get

Dy aiciver & MacKay In Greenwood,

The little one died at Norwalk on the clerk has reached Zim, the gentleman
eastern side of the county some time is convinced as to how he should de de-ago
ago de-ago and was buried there, but Mr. and cide. Don't forget, though, this man

-Mrs. Hammond, who now live at Ter-
rell, felt like they could not be content
to allow the remains of their child to
atay in a locality so remote from their
hdme and difficult of access; so they
had the little body disinterred and
brought to Ocala to res forever in
beautiful Greenwood.
Now if Rooney will succeed in teach-j
Ing those Ocalaites to eat Irish pota potatoes,
toes, potatoes, he may put some starch in them
and stiffen their backbones. Jackson-j
ville Metropolis.
well, darn your soul. If we could
find a business man in Ocala with as
little backbone as the Met., we would
tie a tin kettle to his coat tail and run
him out of town.
The Star heartily commends the ob
jects and alms expressed in the meas measures
ures measures suggested by the Women's clubs
of Florida to the legislature, as set
forth on the first page of today's pa
per. All of them are good, and some
of them are so imperatively necessary
that it is e reproach to the men that
they were not enacted into law years
ago.
The Brotherhood of Locomotive En
gineers, one of the most important ofi
labor organizations, is holding its an-i
nual convention In Jacksonville.
1 he old Clyde Line pier at the footl
of Washington street in Jacksonv'lle j
was destroyed by fire Tuesday. Loss,
DOUt 175,000.
" The socialists of Belgium seem to
fcave won their strike for equal suf suffrage.
frage. suffrage. They had a good cause and the
nu orderly manner in
which
mey conducted their strike
is

a soodj

example to the workmen of America
and other nations.

ANOTHER CHANCE
FOR THK
A M EX DM EXT
At the request of Mi.-s Jeanette Ran
kin, a charming suffragist from the na
tional headquarters at Washington,
the House of Representatives at Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee has recommitted thf woman
suffrage constitutional amendment, re-
norted unfavorably last week, to the
committee on constitutional amend amendments,
ments, amendments, which will hold a general hear hearing
ing hearing on the subject within six days.
Prominent Florida women will go to
Tallahassee and wage a fight for suf-
fratr and as manv of the leaders of
both houses hold it in favor it is not
at all impossible that the question will
be submitted to the people.
SINGINC A GOOD ROADS SONG.
Messrs. S. Phillips, J. N". Willis. J. B.
Epperson and L. C. Hester, all promi prominent
nent prominent citizens of eastern Levy, county,
were in town Tuesday evening, chape chaperoned
roned chaperoned by Dr. Blitch, to confer with
our people about improving the roads
between Ocala and their locality, with
a few side remarks about county di division.
vision. division. In compliance to their wishes,
the Board of Trade meeting, announced
in another column for t riday evening.
was called. Our people will gladly con confer
fer confer with them on the subject of good
roads. Their section is a most im important
portant important one to our town. As for cut cutting
ting cutting off a slice of our county, however,
we can more reasonably discuss with
them a plan-to annex all Levy this side
of the Seaboard to Marion.
HITTING THE NAILS ON THE HEADS
We never realized what a dear, gen
tle soul the great Carrie Nation was
until the Pankhurst contingent of
England loomed up on the horizon.
Orlando Sentinel.
It must be embarrassing to Repre Representative
sentative Representative Sims to have the House so
widely advertise the fact that another
man slapped him. Times-Union.
While the fleet goes on a cruise the
crews will go on the fleet. Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. "Broward county" is the name that
seems most popular for the new coun county
ty county that may be formed from Dade.
"Everglades" is also a popular name,
but the former title would be a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant way of perpetuating the name of
Napoleon Broward. Miami Metropolis.
The 1913 snirtwaits are made up of
holes, separated by thin threads. The
reason for this style is easily seen
through. Tampa Tribune.
Since the president has come to the
capitol they are discussing the giving
the cabinet ministers seats in the two
houses'. Funny in how many ways
they are copying the old Confederate
constitution. Tampa Times.
SEVERAL SMART SAYINGS
(Columbia, S. C, State)
Bryan and Clark have revoked the
pure feud law.
Mexico needs a lot more horse sense
before it can produce a stable govern government.
ment. government. V
Nobody minds being caught at the
home place when there is a Columbia
breakfast on it.
Now it is proposed to annex Sonora,
but who wants a shooting-star in the
American flag?
IS XT ON
THE HUNT
FOR FREE ADVERTISING.
From reports that come from Wash Wash-gton,
gton, Wash-gton, Congressman L'Engle and the
Peerless have formed quite a mutual
admiration society. Claude has been
busy since he went to tne national cap capital,
ital, capital, and the people of Florida will
soon discover that he is a very live
wire. He has avoided running all over
the capitol grounds hunting for the
Times-Union correspondent. He never
expected to figure in the Times. Union's
news from Washington, but he is bugy
working for the people and carry'ng
out his pledges. Citizens who have
lately returned from Washington re report
port report that Claude has made many
friends there, and that he will stand
out prominently in championing the
measures he believes will be of bene benefit
fit benefit to the whole people. Chas. E. Jones
in Dixie.
ST. JOHXS WORKING SENATOR.
L. W. Zlm of St. Augustine, is a
record-breaker. He Is president of the
State Federation of Labor, senator
from St. Johns county, and editor of
the St. Augustine Meteor. He has
been saddled with the chairmanship
of the labor committee in the senate
the. drift of opinion, and by the time
from St. Augustine is capable of de-
ciding for himself and is recognized as
one of the unapproachable and
tin
terrified members of the great and dig
nified body known as the senate of
the state of Florida. Pennarola Jour
nal.
OCALA LODGE NO. II. p. o. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. Vls'ting brethren alwavs
welcome. Howell M. Hampton, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE
The Ocala Lodge No. 699, Loyal Or
der of Moose, meets each Thur.sday
even'ng at 8 o'clock in the Gary build
ing, third floor. V'siting brothers are
invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary. Ad.
WOODME-X OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14, Woodmen of
the World, will hold its next regular
meeting Friday evening. May 9th, at
Yonge's Hall. Every member is urgel
to be present. isitors always wel
come. J. r. 1 hompson, c u.
C. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening, at 7:30 o'clock in
Yonge's Hall, Fort King ave. Visit
ors in the city Invited to be with us.
L. F. Ballard, N. G.
W. IA Colburt. Secretary. Ad.

SEABOARD'S XEW SCHEDULE

Limited Will Vmmm Later and Stop on
Else Signal for Loeal
PaMtengera
Beginning Sunday, th Seaboard Air
Line will inaugurate a schedule which
will be of much benefit to the people of
this section.
Tnat highly popular train, the limit limited,
ed, limited, will leave Tampa at 1 p. m. and ar arrive
rive arrive in Ocala about 4:20. It will meet
here the southbound limited and arrive
in Jacksonville at 7:30. The north northbound
bound northbound train that now arrives here at
2:30 p. rn. will arrive about 1. This
will give people from the south their
long desired chance to come to Ocala
and trade and return home the same
day. as they can arrive about 1 p. m.
and leave at 4:20 or thereabouts. The
limited will stop at all important local
stations like Belleview, Summerfield
and Oxford on flag signal, and there is
nnt much doubt of its beintf flagged
every day.
There will not be any great enange
in time of the night trains or the
southbound day passenger. As soon as
the officials furnish the time and num numbers
bers numbers of the trains to the Star, it will
print and keep them stand'ng not for
pay but for the public convenience.
Mr. Sidney Haile. of the Seaboard,
says that his road, as fast as it finds
out what the people want, will give it
to them. That policy if persevered in,
will make the Seaboard solid in this
section, and so-the Star gives Mr. Haile
the straight tip to whisper in the ear
of his higher officials that along with
convenient passenger service the peo people
ple people want clean cars and lower freight
rates.
SESSIONS OF
THE WOMAN'S
MISSIONARY SOCIETY
Tuesday Evening
The young people's service was pre presided
sided presided over by Mrs. George Pyle. We
had present with us on this occasion
three volunteers to the foreign field.
Miss Pluckett of St. Petersburg, who
is now a student in the Scarritt Train Training
ing Training School, made a short talk explain explaining
ing explaining why she was going to be a mis missionary
sionary missionary in the foreign field. Her talk
was very sweet. She said she would
be so glad when her studie3 were com complete
plete complete and she could go to the mission missionary
ary missionary council and be consecrated and go
to the foreign field.
Miss Mann, a student of Southern
College, said she was so glad that she
had been called to go to the foreign
field, and would be so happy when she
was ready to start. That she would
be ready tomorrow if she was prepar prepared.
ed. prepared. Her talk was also very sweet.
Miss McCoy of Jacksonville, said it
took her a time to make up her mind;
that she was called several times she
knew, but that she wanted to be sure
about the thing, but that she has been
so happy since she made up her mind
to go to the foreign field. She said she
was ready and wished she could go to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Miss Nicholls then gave her message
of call, preparation and her six years'
experience in the foreign field. She
said when she was about eight years
old there was a junior missionary so
ciety organized in her home town. and.
that the first missionary she ever
heard anything about was 'Miss Ellie
Tydings and that she prayed then that
she too might be a missionary when
she was old enough. She said she was
put down on the program as speaking
on 'The Call of Korea." and that the
call of Korea was so great, that so
many missionaries were needed over
there, medical missionaries, nurses,
etc. She said she was counting and
praying for great bless'ngs from the
meeting last night, and I am sure that
God answered her prayers and the
prayers of others, in that when the
service was concluded one of our
nurses went forward and said that she
was ready to go to the foreign field
Miss Emma Washburn, who is giving
her life for this beautiful work, is
nurse or good standing, has naa sev
eral years' exper'ence, a woman of
strong Christian character and our
church feels very proud to have one of
its members who they feel is so thor
oughly capable answer God's call to
the foreign field. She is also very
much interested in W. C. T. U. work
Miss Nicholls' talk was moat inter interesting
esting interesting and to s't and listen to her talk
made us feel that we were doing so
little in this great work.
Wedntodar Morning;
The devotional was ied by Mrs. S.
M. Godbey of Tampa. Then came the
reports. Mrs. Joseph Mizell, superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of supplies. Mrs. Mizell said
she believed she had the honor of be
ing the oldest officer in this body, hav
ing been elected to nr office nine
years ago in Ocala. Her repot was
very Interesting.
The question box was then openefl
and the questions answered. This is
very interesting.
Miss Nicholls then showed some pic
tures of the ways the Korean people
dress.
Mrs. S. M. Godbey, supr rintendent of
press work, made her report.
Mrs. Harris announced that a tele
gram had been sent from Pekin;
ror tne prayers 01 the Christian peo
ple for China, which request Is as fol
lows:
Feking, April 17. An appeal made
by the Chinese government to all the
Christian churches in China, to set
aside April 27 as day for prayer that
China may be guided to a. wise solution
of' the critical problems besetting her,
is regarded here as striking evidence
of the extraordinary changes which
have taken place in the nation since
the revolution.
The appeal wa distributed broad
cast by telegraph today t all the gov
ernors and high officials within whose
Jurisdiction Christian communities are
to be found. It was also sent to the
leaders of the various missions.
Prayer was requested in the appeal
for the National Assembly to- the new
government, for the president of the
republic who if yet to be elected, for
the constitution of the republic, for the
recognition of the republic by the pow powers,
ers, powers, for the maintenance of peaLe and
for the election of strong and virtuous
men to office.
The appeal has given extraordinary
satisfaction to mission circle!, where it
is pointed out that this is the nrst
time in the history of the world that
such a request has come from a non non-Christian
Christian non-Christian nation.
Mrs. Lewis then gave us a talk absut
West Tampa, which was very interest interesting.
ing. interesting. She then sang a solo in Spanish.
Her voice was very sweet but or course
that is all we could say.
Mrs. Wetherell theft made an appeal
for the missionary voice which wa
somewhat original and amusing.
Mrs. Trawick then conducted the ser
vice on social -service and local work.
Mrs. Kea, Reporter.
CHAPTER 0. 13, It. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter Xo. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month, at 7:20 p. m.
C E. Connor, IL P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.

AMUSEMENTS

Five Reels, Two "Vaudeville Ads, Al Alkali
kali Alkali Ike. Temple Tonight
Alkali Ike, that "phunny feller," will
be seen in a comedy Essanay feature
tonight. Five fine feature comedy and
western reels. This is your last chance
to see those jolly funmakers, as they
close their engagement tonight and
they will put on a fine comedy act
for their last night's bilL Doors open
at 6:20. Coming May 0-6. the great
four-reel feature, "Hagenbeck and
Wallace Circus."
ilig Three Reel Feature, Caah Prizes,
Four HeeU, Ideal Tonight
The holder of the lucky number at
the Ideal last night was Mr. Charles
Peyser, the Ocala cigar manufacturer,
who "won the cash prize. There was
another good sized audience to witness
the fine pictures. Tonight there is a
big three-reel feature. 'Through Trials
to Victory," and it is a beautiful pro
duction superbly acted.
"One of the Bravest" is a laughable
farce comedy.
Go and enjoy the pictures and stand
a chance of drawing the cash prize
which the Ideal is giving away every
night. 5 and 10 cents.
J. II. WILLIAMS.
J. B. Williams died at his home at
Rockwell, after a short illness of only
a few days, Wednesday morning Mr.
Williams was employed by Dunnellon
Co. as superintendent of Plant No. 10.
The body was carried to Lawtey for
burial and was accompanied by his
family and a few of the members of
tlie Woodmen lodge of which he was
an active member. Dunnellon Advo Advocate.
cate. Advocate. I1I.ITCIITOX
Blitchton, April
Blitch and Mr. B. C
21. Mrs. B.
Blitch spent
R.
last
Thursday in Ocala.
Misses Opal Blitch and Ruby Sher Sher-ouse
ouse Sher-ouse spent Friday in the Brick City.
Messrs. B. C. "and H V. Blitch visit visited
ed visited Morriston Saturday.
Rev. A. L. Prisoc preached at Pleas Pleasant
ant Pleasant Hill Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weathers and baby
of Emantilla were Sunday callers.
Mr. Will Rawls of Berlin was a Sat Saturday
urday Saturday visitor.
Mrs. N. Peterson and Miss Inez Pe Peterson
terson Peterson of Morriston were here Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday. Mrs. W. P. Hammons is on the sick
list.
Mr. Vasco
tended the B
Messrs. J.
Seckinger of Berlin
at-
Y. P. U. Sunday.
B. Epperson, L. Hester
and Jasper Phillips of Williston were
here Tuesday consulting the people
about county division. The party ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Dr. Blitch motored to
the Brick City in the afternoon.
Mr. J. N. Coulter and daughter. Miss
Lydia visited Ocala Mondasr.
Mr. Joseph Lanier and Mrs. Bailie
House of Ocala called Tuesday.
Mrs. Flora MacKay Morrison and
Mr. Guy Miller'of Morriston were Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday visitors.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L.
ner. Meals a la carte and
any hour. Ad.
depot cor cor-lunches
lunches cor-lunches at
DRAY FOR. GEXERAL DELIVERY
Mr. A. S. Burgess nas gone Into the
transfer and delivery business. He
has a big dray and a team of power powerful
ful powerful mules, with competent men to
manage them, and will haul and deliver
your goods with promptness and good
care. Call phone 470. Ad.
WOODMAR RESIDENCE FOR RENT
My home. at Wpodmar on Lake Weir,
is for rent for the months of June, July
and Aujrust, completely furnished. Ap
ply to J. G. Lefci?, Eastlake, Fla. 4-16-tf
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday a 7;30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit
ing brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. R. S. Ad.
MARIO N-DUXX MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A,
M. meets on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evening s of each month at 7:30
o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
SOMETHING THAT WONT BREAK
Ladle, it is a comb that we guar guarantee
antee guarantee that you cnnot break. Call at
the Court Pharmacy and ak to see it
on your next trip down town. Adv.
The correct treatment for cuts,
burns, scalds, wounds, sores lumbago,
rheumatism, or neuralgia is BAL BALLARD'S
LARD'S BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It is heal
ing, penetrating and anticeptic which
is everything that i3 needed to effect
a complete cure. Price 25c, EOc and $1
per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Ad
Local agents wanted to handle mon
ey making proposition. References
must be given. Eureka Chemical Co
Parrish, Fla. 4-9
COUGHS AND CONSUMPTION".
Cougha and colds, when neglected,
always lead to seriou3 tro ble'of the
lungs. The wisest thing to do when
you have a cold that troubles you is to
get a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis Discovery.
covery. Discovery. You will get relief from the
first dose, and finally the cough will
disappear. O. It. 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 Z0 cents
end ?1. Recommended by Tydings &
Co. Adv.
If you eat something vh c disagrees
with you, don't let it work Its own way
thriujh. 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 tha stomach
and bowels and you feel better immedi
ately. Price 50 cents, sola by au
dealers. Adv.
ro.vcoHnit i.oim.;k k. r. of a.
Concordia Lt-dire. Fraternal Union of
Amt-riea. meets in Yynse'j- Hail on the
Sfcop.i Thursday evening of each
month Geo. 1. Taylor, F. M.
Cha.. K. Sa?e, tfecretary. Ad.
Don'tbe surprised If you nave an at attack
tack attack of rheumatism th's spring. Just
rub the affected parts freely with
Chamberlain's Liniment and it will
soon disappear. For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Adr.

OHJM:: AI

It is the purpose of The Munroe and Chambliss Bank to render to the pub public
lic public the best in banking.
Our facilities are being constantly improved-Every care is taken to safe safeguard
guard safeguard the bank' and its depositors.
The officers keep themselves posted on financial as well as local conditions,
and this information is to be had for the asking.
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS
The Munroe & ChambHss Bank
OCALA, FLORIDA

J. F. JENKINS,

Jo Fo JEKOKIKr

General Building Contractors
30:J Osceola Street, Ocala, I la. PHONE 389. Kck Xortheast of IWoffiec
THK VERY BEST OF EVERYTHING IX BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
We are prepared to handle all branches of Building Work, no matter how large or small. We offer our
services and materials. Carpentry, Masonry, Brick and Stone, Plumbing, Steam Fitting, Lathing and Plas Plastering,
tering, Plastering, Hoofing, Blacksmithing, Special Iron Work, and all other branches of building.
We Offer to the Trade Lime, Cement, Plaster, Rooting, Sewer Piie, Plumbing jnul Steam .Fitting Supplies and
Building Brick, Both Common and Pressed.

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Did you know that you could buy first first-class,
class, first-class, made-to-order screens in Ocala
for less money and quicker delivery

than you
screen
We lake

house?

Class Screei
are making them now. Ask our satis satis-....
.... satis-.... fied customers. We measure your
house and dit the screens whenever
desired. Not made in Jacksonville or
any other seaport, or inland town, but
MADE IN OCALA,

I Simpplly CdDo
'Phone 223.' J

Palmer's toilet artlne3 can Te found
at the Court Pharmacy. Adv.
FOR RENT Comfortable house close
in. -Apply to ar of flee. 4-22-?
Piles Cured ?n 6 to H Days
kYour $rugrfrit will -e.unl money if PAZO
OINTMENT fails to cuit sny case of Itching.
Blind, Bleeding or Protrnrtintr P:Ies in 6 to 4 dav
The first application g ves Ease tri Ktst. 50c
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Creditors, legatees, distributees and
all persons having claims or demands
against the estate of William Ander
son. late of Ocala, Florida, are called
upon to present them within two years
from this date to the undersigned.
Ocala. Fla.. Dec, 31st. 1912.
Rebecca W. Anderson.
Executrix of the Will of William An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, Deceased.
3-10-17-24-31 7-14-21-28
XOTICE
Of Final Settlement and DUcIiargr
Notice is hereby eiven that on the
t.fh rlav Tvilv 1 T 1 J 1 1 Iho UTiiler.
:-rned will present my accounts av'.
vouchers to the judsre of probate in
and for Marion county, Florida, at his
off
ice
in Ocala, and will make ray
rina! ff 1 1 f-mt-ri t andwill Artrlv for dli.
charge.
This 3rd day of January. A. D. 1313.
D. A. Smith,
the Estate of
As
Administrator of
L. Barber.
A.
XOTICE 1U CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all credit creditors,
ors, creditors, legatee?, distributees and all other
persons having claims and demand'
against the estate of Albert L. Earber,
deceased, to present sail claims duly
proven to the undersigned within one
Vnsr frnm th
e date or tne nrat puoijca puoijca-notice,
notice, puoijca-notice, to-wit; January
D. A. Smith,
tion of thi
As
Administrator Estate of Albert L
Barber, Decea?sd.
Ocala, Florida. Jan. 30. 1912.
The Brutes!
"It would be a strange and wonder wonderful
ful wonderful man who would go for long with without
out without making a woman cry." Mary E
Maun.

G. K. WILLIAMS,

FLY TIME

get from
can
: i ou can

km Absolutely

THE COMING
V
MEANS THE COMING
and things that you will
f
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f
buy, and we have them

gesi, Desi line in tne country. Just look at this
list of the few things we now have in stock:
Rclrigeralors Porch Furniture
Ice Cream Freezers Matting and Crex Rugs
Lawn Mowers Big Porch Rockers
Rubber Hose Awnings
Porch Shades Mosquito Nets
Porch Swings Garden Plows

Lawn Seats
Hammocks

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

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UNDERTAKERS AND
EMBALMERS
Y
McIVER
t OCALA,
The Best Gift.
The best gift is the one that show
thought an appreciation of what, will
be pleasing and useful to the recipi recipient
ent recipient that is "what "counts 'lor value, not
the price in money.

E. M. WILLIAMS.
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Oil
any other
fill
"V
OF SPRINGTIME I
OF MANY OTflER THINGS
need and which vou will
waiting for you. The bid- X
and Garden Tools
. Flower Pots
CONTRACTORS AND
BUILDERS
& McKAY
FLORIDA
X
Only One Required.
"You Just take a bottle of my medi medicine,"
cine," medicine," said a quack doctor to a con consumptive,
sumptive, consumptive, "and you'll never couch
again." "Is your medicine so fatal at
that?" gasped the consumptive.

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OCAIA tVESTSQ STA&, wd. rfsDAY, April 23, 1913.

& ifiS fiepyou

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When a man is sick he pays a doctor for advice
before he uses it; he does the same with his lawyer.
The banker, gives advice cheerfully and free. When
you are in financial difficulties, why not consult us?
It is strange that the banker, whose advice is as
cheerful as it is free, is never sought BEFORE men
have risked and lost their money, but AFTER. If
you want some advice or help, come in; we will wel welcome
come welcome you.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts

Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.

Moose meet tomorrow evening.

Royal Arch meets Friday night.
Alkali Ike, five reels, two vaudeville
acts. Temple tonight. Adv.

Sweet peas by the dozen or hundred.
Phone No. 246. Adv. 4-21-3td

Sweet peas by the dozen or hundred.
Phone No. 246. Adv. 4-21-2td

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

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

Sweet peas by the dozen or hundred.
Phone No. 246. Adv. 4-21-3td

Alkali Ike, five reels, two vaudeville
act. Temple tonight. Adv.

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

llr.r Usher Norwood is up and out
again after a severe tus.le with the
mump.

Pearl tooth brushes are sold at
Gerig's drug stores at 25c. and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Adv.

Nyal's Corn Remover actually re removes.
moves. removes. 2Tc. at both Grig drug stores.
Adv.

IMPORTANT BOARD OF" TRADE
MEETING FRIDAY EVEMXO

To Confer With CltUeas from Levy on
Good Roads nd Countj Countj-Divfsion
Divfsion Countj-Divfsion Ocala. Fla., April 23, 1M3.
Members Board of Trade: Every
member is urged to be present Friday
evening, 7:30 o'clock, at new office. Ill
Broadway, to confer with committee
of citizens from Williston. Levy coun county,
ty, county, in reference to good roads and
probable county division. Let us hear
what they have to say. Come one,
come all. J. D. Rooney. Secretary.
Approved: George MacKay. President.

MIS OME II ALL STRICK
HV A MOTORCYCLE

A message from Live Oak yesterday
brought the good news of the further
improvement of Mrs. G. V. Carter.

Fresh palmettoes are taking the
place of the wilted ones around the
courthouse border.

Mr. E. K. Nelson of Tampa, was in
town yesterday and is now at Home's
still attending to business.

Messrs. .Gerig,- Thomas, Blitch and
Stokey'"will leave tomorrdw to attend
tbe bankers' meeting in Jacksonville.-

As Miss Osie Hall, aged 16. who is a
salesgirl at the Globe, was going to
dinner today, she was struck by a
motorcycle, while crossing Magnolia
street near the Colonial. and badly
hurt. l
The motorcycle was ridden by Mr.
Erik Collier, who had another man on
the wheel with him. Mr. Collier was
not exceeding the speed limit, but his
passenger kept him from seeing his
road plainly enough. He sustained a
painful injury to one knee, and the
other man, said to be a Mr. Santapher,
had some bcuises. The motorcycle's
handlebars were bent.
Miss Hall was picked up and taken
into the home of Mrs. II. C. Jones, who
sent for a physician. The young lady
was badly shocked, an ugly wound
was made in one leg, her dress was al al-most
most al-most torn off, and it is feared her back
is seriously hurt. Mrs. Jones cared for
her until she somewhat recovered from
the shock, and then sent her to her
home on North Magnolia street.
The accident seems to have been a
result of the pernicious practice of
two people riding on one motorcycle,
which the authorities should put a
stop to. When a man is guiding a
motorcycle thru the streets, he lias
enough to do without looking after a
passenger.

U II iff

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

NO CONCERT THI WEEK

SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
THE Dr. MCLANE 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 Public Square.

i Mr. Tom Proftbr went to Anthony

today, to attend1 the funeral of his
grandmother, 3prs. Forbes, a good old
lady of that community.

On account of the absence from the
city of several members of the band,
there will be no concert from the band
stand in the public square this week.
Next week the band promises an un unusually
usually unusually good program, and regularly
after that, the concerts will be held
each Friday evening through the summer.

"iJIr. J. S. Morris, formerly with Tom j
Snyder, -and now a prosperous mer merchant
chant merchant of Okahumpka, was in town yes-
terday.

AN INTERESTING MEETING.

HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE.
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 demonstrated in the past 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
and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods don't make
good we will.
KNIGHT k LANG

A good-sjzed attendance was at the
meeting of Tulula Lodge I. O. O. F. last

jnight. and heard with interest the re-
Mrs. MaudeHorne is the proud pos-Prts given by the delegates to the
sessor of a new .seven seated Cadillac .Grand Lodge at Palatka on that im im-touring
touring im-touring car, which is one of the hand-i portant occasion. Messrs. M. M. Lit-

itle, Y C. Blanchard and P. V. Leaven-

somest machines on our streets.

Pretty Children'! I'arty
In response to attractive, invitations
issued Monday, about fifty little child children
ren children assembled this afternoon at four
o'clock at the home of Mrs. C. R. Sapp,
on South Tuseawilia street. The oc occasion
casion occasion -of such a large gathering was
the twelfth birthday of Master Will William
iam William Kmrrson tfapp. The party was a
complete surprise, the youn; folks
meeting at the hme of Mrs. John Ed Edwards
wards Edwards nearby, "an 1 i.ot until they had
all readied William JEmecson's home
did he know of the pftrtty party plan planned
ned planned especially in his honor. Each
guest carried a birthday remembrance
and the excitement and joy of opening
them was intense. Snaring- the honors
with Master .app was Raymond La La-heir
heir La-heir of Terra Haute. Inl, who is a
visitor in the home of Cap:. Tucker.
A visit to the children's playgrounds
a short distance away, was made and
there all kinds of amusements had
been arranged for trie guests' "pleas "pleasure.
ure. "pleasure. A lars'e canvas donkey was in
evidence and pretty prizes were given
the boy and girl who pinned his tail
on right and a booby to the one who
missed it the furthest.
After an hour at the playgrounds the
children were invited to return to the
house and in Cue dining room, decorat decorated
ed decorated with panies. violets, carnations and
paper garlands, ii-e cream, cake and
candies were served by Mrs. Sapp as assisted
sisted assisted by Mrs. C. i. Harris. Mrs. J. W.
Akin and Miss Mae Parr. A large
birthday cake, surrounded by the re required
quired required number of candb-s. was on the

table and enjoyed with the cream.
Master Sapp has the best wishes of
his friends for many more happy
birthdays and all who were present
this afternoon hope that next year his
mother will give him another surprise
party.
The Eastern Star sewing circle met
yesterday afternoon at Yon ge's hall
and spent a most pleasant and busy
afternoon. Mrs. F. W. Cook treated
the ladies to some elegant home-made
candies, and altogether the meeting
was a most enjoyable one.
Miss Hallie Ley is now i Tallahas Tallahassee,
see, Tallahassee, visiting her sister. Miss Esther
Ley, for a few days before returning
home.
Miss Marie Van Engelken will be the
hostess of the Young Ladies' Auction

Club Saturday afternoon at o'clock.

KEEP THAT BOLLA

Take any dollar out of your pocket, look at it and realize
what it means. In that dollar there is a man's work for "a
whole day, and there is FOR YOU freedom from slave- and
from poerty for at least one day.
Look at the dollar, realize it represents labor value frozen
into money.
Keep that dollar not in your pocket, but in this Lank,
where it will earn interest. Add other dollars to it, and It
won't take you long to become independent.

THE OGALA NATIONAL

CAPITAL, FITLLr PAID I V 75,.
H. D. STOKES. Cashl.n
JNO. I EDWARDS, Prs. CLARENCE CAMP, VIc PrM.

BANK

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South Atlantic League,
Every Evening.
Keating's Buffet!.

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jgood were the delegates, and their re-

Mr. C. R. Haile of Lake City, repre- j ports were full of interest and encour encour-sentative
sentative encour-sentative in this territory of a bigjagement to the Ocala members of the

Cincinnati wholesale house, is in town
visiting his brother, Mr. Sidney Haile.

Mr. C. W". Hill, district agent for the
Cole automobile, came down this morn morning
ing morning from Gainesville, driving one of
the new cars. He brought with him
Messrs. Mason Tison, Truehart Bodi Bodi-ford
ford Bodi-ford and Oliver Hutchinson..

great order.

ODI FELLOW ANMYEHSAKY.

The Odd Fellows anniversary sermon
will be preached at the Presbyterian
church next Sunday morning by Itev.

Iw. H. Dodge.
All members of Tulala Lodge, and

all visiting Odd Fellows, are requested
a number of years! to meet at the hall at 1 ;45 a. m., to

In view of the

Mr. R. F. Hyman

ago a resident of Ocala and a popular 1 Proceed to the church

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BEFORE YOU START TO BUILD. GOOD FRIEND, COME
AROUND AND SEE US AND YOU WILL FIND THAT WE
HAVE THE RIGHT STUFF AT THE RIGHT PRICE IN
BUILDING MATERIALS. WE KNOW THAT HONESTY IS
THE BEST POLICY. WE CAN'T AFFORD TO GIVE YOU
ANYTHING BUT THE RIGHTSTUFF AT THE RIGHT PRIGE

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nmiL mm mail uuwwaii ,m9

Phone 118,
Ocala, IFioricla.

traveling salesman, is in the city, a
guest of the Ocala House.

is

Mr. Z. C. Chambliss took Editor Har Harris
ris Harris and Secretary Rooney to Citra to today,
day, today, to show tiem the beauties and
advantages of ffrat favored region. He
invited the editor o the Star, but that
unlucky wight was hained to his desk.'
The C. W. Fark Company has its
tents up on the carnival grounds and
is giving fine shows every evening.
The Park company is an old favorite
in Ocala and the people are always
glad to see it. The tent was packed
last night. The play this evening will
be "Saints and Sinners. a remarkably
interesting one.

occasion, and the excellent sermon Dr.

Dodge is sure to preach, it is hoped
all the members will be present.

' Mr. and Mrs.
returned from

Fred II. Ibbinon have
a visit to Jacksonville.

NOW IS THE TIME

TO ORDER

Breakfast Bacon. Boiled Bam, Dried Beef,
Boneless Ham and Bologna Sausage.
Any of the above sliced thin to suit your" taste on
modern slicing machine.

ALSO

Fine! Quality of Florida and clem Urvf, Pork Lnmli and
Frefch t uelaltlfx.
Phone 108 W. II. MARSH, Gty Market

SALE WAS A FAIR SUCCESS

As soon as an advertising man' of
any line arrives in town, he makes a
bee line for Secretary Rooney of the
Board of Trade. They all know him,
and he knows them, and sends them on
their way with the gentle admonition
to speak a good word for Ocala wher wherever
ever wherever they go.

The case of Austin Buxton charged
with forgery, which was to have been
tried at this term of court for Putnam
county, has been continued on account
of the defendant's illness.

Mrs. Carrie Arms is having the
Woodmar Sand & Stone Co. lay a ce cement
ment cement sidewalk along the west side of
her block on Watula street, which is a
much appreciated improvement for
that part of town. One of the truest
statements $ver made that the spirit
of improvement in a community is con contagious
tagious contagious is here emphasized. Mrs. Geo.
J. Blitch has just had a splendid walk
laid along the east, and south side of

jher property and Mrs. Arms across the

street is having the same improvement
made.

Capt. K. C. Johnstone had a fairly
successful sale at North Lake Weir
yesterday and we understand about
thirty-five of the lots advertised were
sold at auction. The special train from
Ocala carried very few passengers, but
a good many went down in cars and
gathered from points about the lake.
The prices brought were fair and the
lots were sold mostly to people of that
section and Ocala, many- of whom al already
ready already hold property about the lake and
appreciate Its value.

KV HEFEHEE IX BAXKItlPTCY

Mr. Jrover McClure, attorney at law
of this city, has been appointed ref referee
eree referee in bankruptcy, in United States
court matters, and will be qualified, as
soon as his bond has been filed and accepted.

PHI SKiil V C4ILLEGE

At the meeting of the Elks last night
seven candidates were initiated into
the lodge and much important business
was attended to. After the meeting
had adjourned the members enjoyed a
chicken purlo and other good things
too numerous to mention. There was
a large crowd out and the gathering
did not break up till the midnight
hour.

Alkali Ike, five, rels. two vaudeville
acts. Temple tonight. Adv.

The spring-fall term proper of our
fine little select school will close Fri
day, April 25th, but as we have sev
eral pupils who have not finished their
business course and a few good stud students
ents students who wish a month longer in their
work, we will be open for four weeks
after the 25th inst.
We shall prefer to take pupils who
net-d arithmetic, algebra and English
grammar only and can come from 8 to
11:30 a. m. Rate per month as hereto heretofore.
fore. heretofore. If young teachers should like to
learrr the finest system of easy arith arithmetic
metic arithmetic and short methods w- will irive
them the whole course in one rionth
for $10, in separate class.
Geo. C. Rooney.

Miss Clarabel Culpepper, who has
been an admired guest of Miss Clara
Johnson for a fortnight, left today for
Palatka to visit Mrs. Thorp.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hodges are busy
packing their household effects and
Monday with their three lovely little little-children.
children. little-children. Misses Evelyn and Eva and
Master T. M. Hodges. Jr.. will return
to LaGrange. X. C. from which place
thfy came to Ocala last year.
Mr. and Mrs. George F. Huffman.
Mrs. J. F. Leihe and son Raymond, of
Terra Haute, Ind.. who have been visit visiting
ing visiting Capt. and Mrs. !. A. Tucker for the

past nine weeks, returned home todav,
Mrs. Huffman is Mrs. Tucker's sister
and Mrs. Leihe is her niece. The party
had a most delightful visit in Ocala
and are delighted with the city.
Mr. Harold Dunn of St. Petersburg
is in the city on a visit to his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. .1. I i. Dunn.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Magaw and child children
ren children will leave tomorrow for Chicago,
their former home, where Mrs. Magaw
and the children will remain, and Mr.
Magaw will divide his time between
the Windy and the Brick City. This
excellent family has a host of friends
here who will' be sorry to hear that
they will no longer be permanent res residents
idents residents of Ocala.
Mrs. G. W. Pitts and pretty little
daughter Doris arrived today from St.

I'etershurg tor a.1 viu to their Ocala

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BROADWAY AND 1 1th ST.
Union Square il

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Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like IJodelon
the American and European Plansi 1 tit?ov
vme-ivaai Plan, (2 per day and up. i European Plan; -SLM lf -day' aH-i
Special Weekly Rates.

relative.

""Mrs. Annie Condon and daughter,
Miss Florrie. visited Mrs. Webb at Ken Ken-drick
drick Ken-drick today.
Mr. J. M. Thomas, after attending
the meeting of the bankers in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, will go on to Atlanta, to fill
his ears with grand opera and his eyes
with the sight of old friends in the
Gate City.

Churchill & Co.

to .vign the neceary papers and bring
the child home.
' "'
Mr. and Mrs. Mabry Sumner have'

gone to Ocala ty4eside, much to the

regret of "their friends in this city.

Tampa Times.
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Mrs. Belle Gale who has been visit--ing
Mrs. Fred Robinson, left Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday for Jacksonville, accompanied by
Mrs. Robinson and they spent the week
end with Mr. Robinson. Mrs. Gale re returned
turned returned to her home in Albion, Mich.,
Saturday and Mr. and Mrs, Robinson
returned to Ocala Monday. Mr. and
Mrs. Robinson and Miss Lucile expect
to leave for Miv-hlsaM the first of May,
where they will visit their daughter,
Mrs. Ooux in Detroit, and will spend
the cummer in various parts of the
state.
Miss Emma Washhum entertained
Mrs. S. 1. Potter of Leesburg during

the missionary convention.

MOKlt I SOX-IMt ATT

Mrs. F. Y. Parse is exp
from her friend Mrs. J.
formerly of -vit. i,t,

A s w-et lit tn- 'lu.
month- oi-i. ?s .v
home with J r 1 'Mr
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Watt going to Ta;iiM.i ,;

cting a visit ;
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Dr. Jack Halton, a prominent hotel
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ton Hal-ton has a Iftrse circle of friends and
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burg Petersburg Independent.

DR. W. K. LAVE,

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New 1913 World's Almanac, Jiist re received;
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Adv. May 21.

HLAC K CAT LOX

Sam. a huae black cat. has been

stolen or strayed off from my house on
South Third street. He is very fat and
gentle. A liberal reward will be paid
for his return. R. IL Carroll.

Miss MiriamC. Pratt and Ir. Henry
K. Morrison were married at the home
of the groom's parents. Bishop and
Mrs. If. C. Morrison. Tuesday after-

Lnoon,.' liisnop .Morrison speaking the

words that bound them together. Only
close relatives of the contracting

I parties were present. Immediately
after the ceremony they left on an au au-Jtomobile
Jtomobile au-Jtomobile trip to east coast resorts. The

liride is the oldest daughter of the late
.1 'is. H. C. Pratt, for many years editor

I of the Commercial, and .sister of the
; t-resent publisher, Jos. ('. Jratt. Dr.
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jtucky Ken-jtucky a few years ayo. He is one if
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i birge practice in 'Leesburg

country. Leesburg

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3UUUedUl Minnip Zieon-ratulatel on winning her. Mr

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friends at the home of the bride's Ms Ms-tr.
tr. Ms-tr. Mrs. A. L 'alhoun. Dunnellon
Advocate.

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Maximum, "it degrees.
.verage, 60 decrees.

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acts, Temple tonight. Adv.

L K. Tucker, junior member of the
H. Finley Tucker Bro. Insurance
agency, Palatka, Florida and Georgia
representatives for the Continental
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visitor in the city yesterday. It is Mr.
Tucker's purple to estabi'sh an agen agency
cy agency for his company In Ocala.

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

Pickard's fine hand-painted china at
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Melha face pre7arations are new ar arrivals
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DR. D. M. BONEY
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Sunday evening at the home of the
bride's ure-le, Mr. .T. Ogle, Miss
r.-rtha Oarle was married to Mr. Jim
Parker of Leroy. .Miss Ogle is the only
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will le
and is a very poju4ar and charming
younir lady and ha hosts of admiring
friend?. Mr. Parker is op.e of Ieroy's
prominent business men. Dunnellon
Advocate.

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One of the prettiest weddings ever
solemnized in Lee.-burg tr.ok j la.- e on
Wednesday morning, the sixteenth, at
the. Kpi-coo.il church, when Miss Eve Evelyn
lyn Evelyn fit-ary and Thorr.as Caldwell, were
united in marrlag-, the lleverend
v.'ard officiating.

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amid -howers of rice
ulati'ins of the lio-t

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and
of

ceremony,
the consrat-fr'end-,
'the

?.appy coupl- left via Atlantic Coast

Lin for a short trip throughout the
state, and will be at home to their
friends after April, at 1"2 E. Monroe
St., Jacksonville, Fla.

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"Barbara of the Snows"
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(Copyright. I&i2. by Harry Irrlng Greene)
CHAPTER III.
The Flying Man.
It was perhaps five minutes later
that Alan came into a certain posses possession
sion possession of his Eenses, not fully as one
may do who awakens from a faint, but
rather with a gradual return to normal
understanding through which period
he had grotesque dreams, saw visions
and seemed to exist for long periods
in unfamiliar worlds. Then as full
consciousness became his again he sat
? life (
She Was Blown Bodily Into His Arms.
up. There was a strong wind blowing
once more, a gale in fact, but it was
now coming steadily instead of in gi gigantic
gantic gigantic gusts and the roar from above
had diminished to the long, dull rum rumble
ble rumble of dying thunder. All was yet in
darkness so dense that he could not
see his hand before his face.
For a moment he sat quietly as his
brain tried to grasp the full signifi significance
cance significance of all that had happened, his
name, his whereabouts, the cause of
the blackness, the roar and the wind.
Ah, he had it now. The collision. It
had evidently taken place and he was
still alive Doris! His heart leaped to
his throat and he went fumbling over
the ground on his hands and knees in
blind search for her. His touch fell
upon her still lying prostrate, and
placing his arm under her he raised
her to a sitting position, feeling of her
face as he did so. Thank all things
she was alive and now even able to
move a bit. He drew her gently to
him until her head rested against his
shoulder where he held her with his
arm clasped about her waist. He
could feel the deep and rapid pulsing
of her bosom and knew that she was
breathing spasmodically as though
greatly exhausted, realizing for the
first time that he, also, was panting
as after a severe race. He spoke to
her with an effort and after a few
fruitless trials succeeded in making
himself heard. He asked her if she
was much hurt or in pain and she
shook her head against his shoulder in
a negative.
He became conscious that something
to which it seemed he had always
been accustomed had suddenly ab absented
sented absented itself and for a moment pon-
L dered vaguely as to what it could be.
Oh yes, the roar! It was gone now,
the earth was steady beneath them
and the wind almost dead. What had
become, of the others of the party?
He must see at once. He found that
Doris was now able to sit upright with without
out without assistance, told her to remain
where she was until he returned, and
got upon his feet. As he did so he
saw a light flicker a short distance
away and a moment later the flame of
a' Japanese lantern revealed the set
face of Desmond. Alan went hurrying
up to him.
For a moment the professor stared
at the one who had come to him from
out of the darkness as though trying
to recall a familiar face for the mo moment
ment moment forgotten, then he spoke in a
low, strange voice like one who talks
in his sleep. "Oh yes, I know you
now. You are my old friend March. I
congratulate you upon your escape.
Come with me. There must be other
lanterns scattered about and we will
need all the light and help we can get
in order to search for the missing ones.
I have hopes of finding most of them
alive." Rapidly they searched the
grounds, coming across the forms of
their fellow guests at every few steps.
Some still remained inert, some were
sitting up in a dazed way, while others
were already upon their feet directing
their way to the will-o'-the-wisp lantern
light which flitted about the lawn. In
the course of the next few minutes
they had also found a dozen of the
lanterns which had not been torn to
pieces or blown from their fastenings
upon the trees, and these they lighted
and distributed to the ever increasing
searching party. It had been a case
of suffocation into insensibility in a
partial vacuum which had followed
the departure of the great weight, a
condition which had only Tevailed for
a very few minutes, and with the re return
turn return of the normal quantity of air the
victims had quickly recovered with
the exception of Mrs. Emmond3. She
had been in a faint and breathing but
feebly when the crucial moment ar arrived,
rived, arrived, and Doctor Raymond, who was
among them now, pronounced her
dead. Silently they bore her within
the house, found the telephone to be
unresponsive to their appeals, and
leaving two of the women beside her
they returned to tha lawn.. Ther

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were still partially dazed and wholly
awe stricken and moved about half
automatically as though just recov recovering
ering recovering from an anaesthetic.
The electric lights which for some
reason had gone out In the early
stages of the disturbances were now
burning as brightly as ever again, and
from all sides came the sounds of a
city temporarily stricken returning to
bewildered life, the shouts of men, the
cries of women, the barking of dogs,
the cackle of fowl. Someone suggest suggested
ed suggested that inasmuch as there must have
been considerable loss of life in the
tumultuous winds when many of the
flimsier buildings must have gone
down, it was clearly their duty to try
and assist those less fortunate then
themselves. Professor Desmond an answered
swered answered him.
"What you have said is undoubtedly
tcue, yet at the same time there may
be serious riots as the result or a
happening like this. Gangs of vandals
are apt to form after great panics
while the people are still dazed, and
taking advantage of conditions commit
all sorts of depredations as for in instance
stance instance in times of armed attacks upon
cities or after great fires or floods.
Therefore at such times it is a man's
first duty to look out for those nearest
and dearest to him. We have quite a
number of women here, wives, daugh daughters
ters daughters and perhaps a sweetheart or two,
and most of us should remain with
them until we know that it is safe to
leave them alone. Let me count. I
find that there are sixteen ladies and
fourteen gentlemen present. Of the
latter I should imagine that half might
be spared for a scouting party while
the rest remained here for the time
being as an emergency guard. As soon
as the scouts report that it Is safe for
the ladies to go upon the streets we
can send for carriages, cars or ve vehicles
hicles vehicles of some sort and escort them
to their homes. Meanwhile I beg of
you to restrain your natural anxiety
for a brief half hour for the benefit
of all concerned. We will now cast
the ballot to determine who shall go
fnrth an1 -n-Vi- cVioll ctnr rinirVIr-
the selection was made and the seven
chosen ones departed in several differ different
ent different directions with assurances that
they would hasten back as soon as
they had observed conditions abroad
in the respective portions of the town
to which thev bad assigned them-
A Barbed Wire Cut. Collar
or Saddle Gall not properly,
healed leaves a disfiguring
scar.
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face surface and breaks out Into a run running
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selves. Blind chance decreed that
Alan, Clay and Professor Desmond
should remain. Judge Fulton as mas master
ter master of the house remained with them.
They gathered themselves into a
close groupv "Your theory now, pro professor?"
fessor?" professor?" they asked as their fellows
disappeared. Desmond, tall and gaunt,
rugged without uncouthness, passed
his hand slowly over a forehead lined
by long years of study and thought.
"My friends," he began hesitatingly,
"we have not only witnessed but are
living to tell of a miracle so astonish astonishing
ing astonishing that human history contains noth nothing
ing nothing "which even, approaches it. You
will understand perfectly that any at attempted
tempted attempted explanation upon my part will
be but my individual theory, and that
it may be entirely disproved in the
light of subsequent developments.
That being borne in mind, I think up upon
on upon your part you will readily concede
that while my prophecy as to our de destruction
struction destruction went astray, yet our escape
was by a hair's breadth of a few score
miles. And while I did not calculate
with entire accuracy, I did calculate
even closer than you could have
wished."
"And our being missed how can
that be accounted for If the earth was
the object of attack? How can the at attracted
tracted attracted object miss the magnet and
pass on as this body seems to have
done?"
"It cannot. And that is the very
thing that proves to us that the earth
was not the magnet in this case, and
it was the error on my part which
tends to explain the miss. The body
which passed us was and undoubtedly
at this moment is bound for some oth other
er other point in space many million miles
beyond us, perhaps for some vaet
body or group of bodies of which we
have no knowledge, perhaps for orfe of-
the huge suns we can see. Or. again, j
possibly like some of the comets it
has an- orbit of well nigh incalcul- j
able extent, and like a comet passes a
certain point every so many years. In.'
any event it took small notice of us I
.... . i
no more m iact man naa we Deen a
soap bubble
We merely happened to
be in its path.
"But why did not the earth divert j
this much smaller body to itself when 1
they were in such close contact?" j
"That may he accounted for by as- i
suming that because of the entirely ;
different natures of their compositions i
they did not happen to attract each j
other, as for example glass ignores the I
lodestone while iron does not. And
because of the terrific speed of the j
traveler it shot through our sphere of j
influence by sheer momentum, as an j
Iron ball may be thrownor shot past j
a magnet which woulddivert and re- ;
tain it had not its momentum carried j
if by. Some comets which pass very I
close in their circuit around the sun
are only kept from falling into it by ;
their awtul momentum, the speed of i
some of them at that period of their
flight being 03-er a million miles an j
hour. These are the possible solutions
which occur to me at th!s time. How- :
ever, I am free to admit that my rea- I
soning faculties have been consider-
ably disturbed, and tomorrow I may I
entirely reverse my opinion- of to- i
night." i
"Did it touch us at all?"
(Continued Tomorrow)
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RELIEVES PAIN AND HEALS
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The WonJctful, Old Reliable Dr. Porter's
Antiseptic Healing Oil. An Antiseptic
Surgical Dressing discovered by an
Old R, R. Surgeon. Prevents Blood
Poisoning.
Thousands of families know it already,
?nl a trial will convince you that DR.
PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING
OIL is the most wonderful remedy ever
discovered for Wounds, Burns, Old Sores,
Ulcers, Carbuncles, Granulated Eye Lids,
Sore Throat, Skin or Scalp Diseases and
all wo amis and external diseases whether
slight or serious. Continually people are
finding new ires for this famous old
remedy. Gtiarr.nteril hy your Druggist
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Phone 296
J. G. KIRKLAND,
Fla.
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