The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Ocala, Fla.
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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For All of the Homes
Thcus -Zachry Co,
VOL. 19.
NO. 294

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Orlnlii HeMiilf on Sotlal Drinking of
Ihe SueceM f KiihI ull'raKt'.

J,t k London in Saturday livening I'o.-it

erations to this day man has continued
to manufacture and drink it. And
there has ,never been a day when the
women have rot resented man's use of
alcohol, though they have never had

the power to ive weight to their re resentment.
sentment. resentment. The moment women get the

vote in any community, the first thing
they proceed to do is to close the sa saloons.
loons. saloons. In a thousand feneration. to
come men of themselves will not close
the saloons. As well expect victims of
morphine to legislate it out of exis-

i:ac k to personal experiences and t-f- i

feels in the pa-t of John Ilarlevcorn's i t nce-
White L,-i- on Ni... On my lovely T!,e "f- know. They have paid
ranch in the Vall-y o f:he Moon, brain- an incalculable price of sweat and
soaked with many months of alcohol '-r i"r man's use of alcohol. Kver

jealous for the race, they will leais-

1 am opprc-sf-d by the cosmic sadness
that has always been the heritage of
man. In vain do I a.k myself why I
should oe sad My ni-ihts are warm.
My roof doe not U-ak. I have food
nalon- for all the raprices of appe appetite.
tite. appetite. Kv-ry creature comfort is mine.
In my body are no aches or pains. The
uood old tles'i machine is running
smoothly on. .Veit her brafn or mus muscle
cle muscle is overworked. 1 have land, money,
power, recognition from the world, a
con "ieioiisness that 1 do my ino-il of
H 1 in serving others, a mate whom I
love, children that art- of my own fotfd
liesh. 1 have done and am doim? what
a uood citicen of the world should do.
1 have built houses many houses
and tilled ma.ny hundred acres.
And as for trees, have I not planted
a hundred thousand'.' I very where,
from every window of my house, I can
naze forth upon these trees of ray
planting, standing valiantly erect and
aspiring to ward, the sun.
My life hay indeed fallen in pleasant
places. Not a hundred men in a mil million
lion million have been so lucky as 1. Yet. with
all this vast c-ood fortune, am I sad.
And I am sad because John IJarleycorn
is with me. And John ilarleycorn is
with me because I was born in what
future aes will call the Dark Aes
before tiie avje of civilization. John
Harieycorn is with me because in all
the unwitting days of my youth John
Ilarleycorn was accessible, calling to
me and inviting me on every corner,
and on every street between the cor corners.
ners. corners. The pseudo-civilization into
which f was born permitted every everywhere
where everywhere licensed shops fur the sale of
soul-poison. The system of life was

so organized that I and millions like
me was lured and drawn and driven
in (lie poison shoos.
And like such a survivor of old red
war, who cries out, 'Let there be no
more war!" so I cry out. "Let there be
no more poison-fihtln.uf by our youth!"
The way to stop war is to stop it the
way to stop drinking is to stop it. The
way China stopped the general use of
opium was by stopping the cultivation
and importation of opium. The phil philosophers,
osophers, philosophers, priests and doctors of China
could have preached themselves
breathless against opium for a thou thousand
sand thousand years, and the use of opium, so
Ionic as opium was ever accessible and
obtainable, would have continued un unabated.
abated. unabated. We are so made that is all.
We have with great success made a
practice of not leaving arsenic and
strychnine, and typhoid and tuber tuberculosis
culosis tuberculosis germs, lying round to destroy
our children. Treat John P.arleycorn
the same way. Stop him. Don't let
him lie round licensed arid legal, to
pounce upon our youth. Not of alco alcoholics
holics alcoholics or for alcoholics do I write, but
for our youths, for those who possess
no more than the adventure stings and
the genial predispositions, the social

man-imnulses. which are twisted all

awry by our barbarian civilization that
feeds them poison on all the corners.

It is the healthv. normal boys now

born or being born for whom I write.
It was for this reason mure than any
other, and more ardently ban any
other, that I rjde down into the Val

ley of the Moon, all ajingle, and voted
for equal suffrage. I voted that wom woman
an woman might vote, because I knew that

thev. the wives and mothers of the

race, would vote John r.arleycorn out
of existence and back into the histor

ical limbo of our vanished customs of

savagery. If I thus seem to cry out
as one hurt, please remember that I
have been sorely bruised, and that I
do dislike the thought that any son
,n: daughter of mine or vours should be
similarly bruised.
The women are the true' conservators
of the race. The men are the was wastrels,
trels, wastrels, the adventure lovers and gambler-:
and in the end it is by the wom women
en women they are saved. About man's first
experiment in chemistry was the mak making
ing making of alcohol, and down all the gen-

Office Over Mnuroe & Chambliss Dank
(looms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor
Holder lilock.

late for the babes of boys yet to be
born; and for the babes of girls too
for they must be the mothers, wives
and sisters of these boys.
Anil it will be easy. The only one?
that will be hurt will be the topers
and seasoned drinkers of a single gen generation.
eration. generation. J am one of these; and I
make solemn assurance, based upon
long traffic with John Ilarleycorn, that
it won't hurt me very much to stop
drinking when no one else drinks and
when no drink is obtainable. On the
other hand, the overwhelming propor proportion
tion proportion of young men are so normally
non-alcoholic that, never having had
access to alcohol, they will never miss
it. They will know of the saloon only
in tiie pages of history, and they will
think of the saloon as a quaint obi
custom similar to bull-baiting- and the
burning of witches.

IIS fll 11 HI

Fourteenth cavalry, was detailed to

he army aviation service last Septem

ber. He was a native or Khode Island.

With his death army aviation has ex

acted a toll of nine lives, seven com commissioned
missioned commissioned officers and two instructors.

I.lndxev'M Hill Would Give Sixteen
CounticM to the Mate of
t Florida
Tallahassee, May 10. Senator Lind Lind-sey
sey Lind-sey yesterday introduced his measure
for creation of the state of West Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, with the Suwannee river as the
dividing line.
Judiciary committee I! of the House
has favorably recommended the bill
for removal of the state capital to
some point east of the Suwannee river.
This has been accepted with mixed
feelings by the West Florida repre representatives.
sentatives. representatives. They say it is the best ar argument
gument argument for division of the state yet
presented, for should the voters favor
taking the capital out of West Flor

ida that section would have nothing in idiers and a few Mexican civilians pur

sued and defeated the looters and re-

in ijyiiiPi

liurieh of American in Mexico Itcpitl Itcpitl-el
el Itcpitl-el a Itail from llanditx
Washington, May 10. Tired of being
railed and despoiled by every passing
ban! of brigands, the little American
colony at San Dieguito, Mexico, re recently
cently recently took to the warpath. When a
band of fourteen outlaws swooped
down upon the colony ten colonists re reinforced
inforced reinforced by five Mexican federal sol-

covered a number of stolen horses.




Pi ot lamnfiou from Governor Tram Trammell,
mell, Trammell, Selling Anlde Suutlay, May
11, as Mother1 Day

State of Florida; Fxeeutive Office.
By the Governor A Proclamation.
I, Park Trammell, governor of the

state of Florida, do hereby designate)

ami proclaim Sunday, May 11, 1913, as
Mother') Day

and earnestly recommend that it be
generally observed by all of the people
of this state as a mark of tribute and

respect to their mothers.

In conformity with a custom which

lias in recent years become well es established
tablished established in many of the states and in
numerous other civilized countries, it
is suggested that on said day each

person offer some special evidence of
respect to his or her mother, whether
living or dead. It is specially rec

ommended that this occasion be appro

priately observed by the people in
their churches and in their homes.

(liven under my hand and the great

seal of the state of Florida at Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, the capital, this the 7th day
of May, A. D. 1913.

Park Trammell, Governor.
P.y the governor, Attest:
H. Clay Crawford, See'y. State.

common with the rest of the state.
Millions for I)ralni;p
Tallahassee. May 10. In the House
yesterday a communication was read
from the board of trustees of the in internal
ternal internal Improvement fund showing an
expenditure of $2,1 ."O.OOo on the Mver Mver-glades
glades Mver-glades drainage work up to April 1.
191 also showing maps and cost of
canals dug and sale of large areas of
lands at prices of from to ?0 per
acre. The board promised to complete
tlie drainage work a soon as possi possible.
ble. possible. ltryau'M Primary Hill
Practically the entire session of the

House was taken up in consideration'

oi tne primary mu, wnu-n as written an,j mucous surfaces
by r. S. Senator P.ryan. considering the Testimonial sent free

domlin amendments. Mr. Spencer of
Marion urged adoption of these amend amendments.
ments. amendments. Just before the House ad adjourned
journed adjourned a vote was taken, resulting in
passage of the bill with two amend amendments.
ments. amendments. The vote was 47 to 23. The
P.ryan bill covers all elective offices,
county, state and national. Any party
polling more than 10 per cent of the.
total vote must nominate under its


We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J.
CHFXEV & Co.. Toledo, Ohio.

I We, the undersigned, have known F.
j J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be be-j
j be-j lieve him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions, and financially
(able to carry out any obligation made

by his firm. Walding Klnnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Intern Internally,
ally, Internally, acting directly upon the blood

of the system.
Price 75 cents

per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family rills for con

stipation. Ad.


To Hie I'. S. Army in Attempts to Fly,
I. leu tenant Park the l.nst

Oeala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday a 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. rordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. fc. Ad.


Tired-out, weak, nervous men and
women would feel ambitions, energet energetic,
ic, energetic, full of life and always have a good
appetite, if they would" do the sensi sensible
ble sensible thing for health take Electric
P.Uters. Nothing better for the stom stomach,
ach, stomach, liver or kindeys. Thousands say
they owe their lives to this wonderful

home remedy. Mrs. O. Rhlnevault, of

Vestal Center, N. Y., says: "I regard

of district No. 2, is very busy cutting
and grading a straight road from Dr.
S. H. Blitehe's to Levy county line.
Mrs. Edward Johnson has been on
the sick list.
Mr. J. W. Tison, who has been with
Clark, Raj. Johnson .for some time,
with his family, has returned to his
home at Millwood, Ga.
The forty acre bean field of G. W.
Easterling looked like a perfect bee
hive Wednesday. The pickers were
very thick.
Mr. W. B. Newbern returned home
Monday from Mayville, after being ab absent
sent absent for several days.
Mr. J. S. Weathers was at River's
mill last week with some fine sweet
potatoes, for which he found ready
Ye writer heard an excellent and in interesting
teresting interesting talk, by Rev. F. E. Bridges,
at St. Johns church Sunday.


Port Inglis, May 10. Entered: Brit British
ish British steamship "Scawby," Captain Fisk-

er, from pernamouco: will loaa a

cargo of "700 tons of phosphate rock
for Xeuf ahrwasser.
Cleared: British steamship "Jupiter"
for Gulf Port, after discharging a
cargo of iron pyrites, consigned to the
Barker Chemical Company.

Los Angeles Cal.. May 9. Lieut. J.
D. Park, a military aviator who start started
ed started from San Diego yesterday morn-

lUn on x 111,111 ijua !i r it i

killed at OJive. nine miles north of of ifts- 1 can never forget what it
Santa Aha. His machine hit a tree as nas done for me-" Get a bottle your-

ho whs; rieseeniiin"- (self and see what a difierence it Willi

Lieutenant Park met his death in a niake i:i Vur health. Only 50c and $1

fall of less than fifteen feet. He iaii liCcommemiea Dy lyaings & CO. Ad

alighted a quarter of a mile from the

was Electric Bitters as one of the greatest

Olive school house on account of a
heavy mist that confused him as to
his bearings and after giving a mes message
sage message to a little girl to -telephone to



Martin in Los Angeles, lie rose j Tuesday

Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every

To Imprexs American Physician n an
Absolute Remedy for
Washington, May 9. Public health
observations so far into the condition
of the patients inoculated by Dr. F. F.
Fr'edmann with his tuberculosis vac vaccine
cine vaccine "do not justify that confidence in
the remedy, which has been inspired
by widespread publicity," in the opin opinion
ion opinion of the surgeons who have conduct conducted
ed conducted the government's investigation.
This first authentic and official con conclusion
clusion conclusion from the tests were announced
here yesterday before the American
Association for the Study and Preven Prevention
tion Prevention of Tuberculosis, by Dr. John F.
Anderson, director of the government's
hygienic laboratory, and Dr. A. M.
Stimson, another public health sur surgeon,
geon, surgeon, who were detailed to observe the
progress of the Friedmann patients at
Mount Sinai hospital in New York
"We believe that at the present
time," says the report, "we are not yet
in position to express an opinion bas based
ed based on the practical condition of pa patients
tients patients under observation. The dis disease
ease disease for which the remedy is used is
prolonged and is characterized by pe periods
riods periods of advancement and retrogres retrogression.
sion. retrogression. It is also one in which psychic
influences are a powerful factor. Time
is, therefore, necessary to properly
evaluate the effect of therapeutic
"We do not lose sight of the possi

ble therapeutic value of this prepara preparation
tion preparation and on the other hand it is nec necessary
essary necessary to guard against too great an
optimism in respect to its merits.
"Without presenting "n detail the

conditions of patients under observa

tion, we are in a position to state that
the facts thus far observed do not jus justify
tify justify that confidence in the remedy
which has been inspired by widespread


Von ge's

evening at 8
Hall, Fort King

o'clock in
ave. Visit-

Then he swooped over a low hill and i ors in the city invited to be with us.

L. F- Ballard, N. G.
W. 1.. Colburt, Secretary. Ad.

crashed into a tree. He was dead when
the child and her father reached his
First Lieutenant Joseph D. Park.


A Xev Hack for an Old One How an
Ocala HeMdent Made a Had
Hack Strong
The back aches at times with a dull,
indescribable feeling, making you
weary and restless; piercing pains
shoot across the region of the kid kidneys,
neys, kidneys, and again the loins are so lame
that you stoop in agony. No use. tQ
rub or apply a plaster to the back if
the kidneys are weak. You cannot

reach the cause. FqIIqw h& example
of this Ocaja citizen.
M. Peterson, 177 N. Magnolia street, I
Ocala, Fla., says: "I do not hesitate to
recommend Doan's Kidney Pills. I was
annoyed by lame back and pains
through my kidneys that made it hard
for me to stoop. I used two boxes of

Doan's Kidney Pills and they certain certainly
ly certainly did me a world of good. My kidneys
were strengthened and the pain and
soreness in my back was removed."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,

New York, sole agents for the United

Ucniomber the name Doan's and
take no other. Ad. 6

Attorney at Law

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Ocala, Fla.

The Texas Wonder cures kidney and
bladder trouble, removing gravel,
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the kidneys and bladder in both men

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from this and other states. Dr. E. W.
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A woman generally cares for a man
most when their love affair is over, and
a man cares most for a woman before
t'neir love affair has begun-

Lame back Is usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscles of the
hack, for which you will find nothing
better thar Chamberlain's Liniment.
For sale by all dealers. Ad.

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

them. We are willing to personally
guarantee this and to return your money
without argument if your complexion is
not fully restored to its natural beauty.
fragrant and absolutely harmless. Will
not make hair grow but wiH positively
remove TAN, PIMPLES and FRECK-.
LES. Come in today and try it. Thejara

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Sent by mail if desired. Price 50c.
Mammoth iars $1.00. WILSON'S FAIR
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Charity covers a multitude of
that ought to be exposed.



Dental Surgeon



Lovers may be divided into two
classes, amateurs and professionals;
and loving is one of the few things the
amateurs do better than the professionals.


If you belch up a bitter tasting liquid
it is a sign of bad digestion. A dose
or two of HERBINE will correct the
disorder. It stimulates digestion and
purines the bowels. Pr'ce SO cents.
Sold by all druggists. A.

Human beings IctVc warning other
people, and other people love ignor ignoring
ing ignoring warnings and being human beings.


Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store.

Ocala, -


Stiff neck is not only painful, but an annoying.
noying. annoying. To get rid. of it quickly, rub
the parts affected with BALLARD'S
SNOW LINIMENT. It penetrates the
tlesh and relaxes the muscles so that
the pain ceases immediately. Price
25c, 50c and $1 per bqtqs. Sold by all
drugsis. A-3-

If you wish to buy, sell,
lease, or exchange, it will
pay you to take the matter
up with me at once.


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Ocala, Florida.

I nderwood Tariff Kill Goe from the

Lower to the Upper II mi Me
of CoBKrewi
Washington. May 9. The Under Underwood
wood Underwood tariff bill, proclaimed by the
democratic party as the answer to its
platform pledge to revise the tariff
downward, was passed by the House
late yesterday. The vote was 281 to
139, Ave democrats voting against the
bill and two republicans voting for It.
Four progressives supported the bill
and fourteen opposed it, while one in independent
dependent independent progressive joined with the

When Speaker Clark announced the
vote in loud tones that revealed his
satisfaction in the arrival of the day
he long had sought, exuberant defno defno-cvatss
cvatss defno-cvatss hoisted a stuffed democratic
donkey over the heads of their col colleagues
leagues colleagues in the rear of the chamber. A

faint ripple of applause followed and
the gavel fell on the first chapter in
the history of President Wilson's extra
session of Congress.

Today the tariff fight shifts from the

House, with its overwhelming demo

cratic majority, to the Senate, where

the party's slim majority of six al

ready has been reduced, as far as this
bill is concerned, to four. Unless sen

ators familiar with the progress of
such legislation are mistaken, there is

now little prospect of a final vote on

the bill before August 1.

The bill's passaae through the Sen

ate will be fought at, every step by a

republican organization apparently en

tirely willing to spend unlimited time

and energy in an effort to defeat It

Leaders of the democrats on the Sen Senate
ate Senate finance committee which will han handle
dle handle the bill expressed the belief to tonight
night tonight that it would go through in
practically the same form as it passed
the House, and that their small major majority
ity majority will stand firm to the last.

Official Iteport of the Proceeding at
the May Meeting of the Hoard.
Tuesday, May C, 1913.
The board of county commissioners
for Marion county met in regular ses session.
sion. session. Present: Hon. C. Carmichael,
chairman; X. Mayo, W. T. Henderson
and W. Luffman, commissioners.
On motion the reading of the min minutes
utes minutes of the last meeting of the board
was deferred until a later hour.
Letter by W. H. Anderson, at Wil Wil-liston,
liston, Wil-liston, Fla., asking for justice of the
peace supplies, read and on motion of
Commissioner Henderson the matter
was referred to the clerk to take up
with the comptroller, and ask him to
furnish Mr. Anderson with necessary
books, etc.
Mr. Ridge, representing the Auto Automatic
matic Automatic Construction Company, appear appeared
ed appeared relative to furnishings for the
clerk's office and vault in the court
house. On motion the clerk was in instructed
structed instructed to place order for such fur furnishings
nishings furnishings as he now needed for imme immediate
diate immediate use, and to enter advertisement
for bids for balance of furnishings
P. H. Nugent appeared and present presented
ed presented some apparent irregularities in the
records and reports of the tax sale
certificates sold and redeemed by his!
predecessor. On motion of Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Watkins the clerk was in- j
structed to notify the comptroller that
the board of county commissioners de- j
sired him to send the state auditor at
once to investigate the irregularities.
Hon. J. W. Stevens appeared rela relative
tive relative to the sub-roads district for Fort
McCoy, Orange Springs and Eureka.
Matter was referred to County Attor Attorney
ney Attorney Hocker.
Letter by Mr. Louis It. Chazal and
concurred in by others as follows:

Ocala, Fla., May 5, 1913.
C. Carmichael, Esq., Chairman County
Commissioners, Ocala, Fla.:
Dear Sir As promised, I went to
Woodmar on Saturday, May 3, and
looked over the route you propose for
the public road at thp.t point between
the bluff and the track of the A. C. L.
R. R.
I cannot see but that it will be a
great injury to my property, and I
think that you will find that a large
majority of the owners at that point
will take the same view.
Please do your best to improve the
road that is already located, and for
which I am informed good material
can be had, both at points on the road
near East Lake and Lake Weir (Weir
Park). I believe that this road will
suit the public better, and that the
construction will be cheaper. Mr.
Snow and Mr. Woodrow agreed with
me fully.
Yours respectfully,

and on motion matter was referred to
Tax Assessor Ayer.
Minutes of last meeting of board
read and approved.
Letter by W. M. Jones of Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field relative to tax certificates
against the Colony House and lot at
Summerfield read and discussed by
Commissioner Mayo. On motion of
Commissioner Henderson It was or ordered
dered ordered that the board recommend the
comptroller to allow the redemption
of tax certificates at face value of cer certificates
tificates certificates and omitted years taxes,
without Interest.
Bill by S. L. Cleveland read, and
on motion of Commissioner Hender Henderson
son Henderson it was ordered refused as being ir irregular;
regular; irregular; that vouchers must be mail mailed
ed mailed or paid to individuals doing the
work or to their order; that pay rolls
must be made on regular forms; also
because the county cannot pay over
$3.50 per day for double team.
On motion board adjourned for din dinner,
ner, dinner, to meet again at 1 p. m.
Afternoon Session
The board met pursuant to ad adjournment.
journment. adjournment. All members present,
Commissioner Watkins arriving
shortly before adjournment for din dinner.
ner. dinner. Hon. E. L. Wartmann appeared and
discussed bills before the legislature
on the formation of a new county
which was proposed to embrace a por portion
tion portion of Marion county.
Mr. E. L. Wartmann also asked re relief
lief relief for Mr. J. C. Little. On motion
matter was referred to Commissioner
Mr. Johns appeared and complained
of the condition of the Ocala and
Blitchton, Fantville and Wacahoota
road from Fantville to Orange Springs
road. On motion matter was referr referred
ed referred to Commissioner Watkins.
W. T. Henderson, commissioner in
charge of the county infirmary, made
report for April, showing- expenses,
$82.37, and reported three Inmates,
one white and two colored; one death
since last report. Which was read
and filed.
Hon. Ford A. Rogers appeared and
presented petition by himself and oth others
ers others as follows: We the undersigned
citizens and property owners of Ma Marion
rion Marion county do most respectfully pe petition
tition petition to your honorable body to open
and improve and dedicate to public
use the road along the north line of
section 10, and the road along the

west side of the Ocala Northern rail railroad
road railroad from the said north line of sec

tion 10 to the Burbank postoffice, be

lieving this to be a needed and desira

ble public improvement. Also please

order closed the old road now running
east from Burbank, also 3-4 mile west

of Burbank postoffice. Which was
read, and on being referred to Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Luffman it was recommend recommended"
ed" recommended" by Commissioner Luffman for ac

ceptance in part, or to the postoffice.

whereupon, on motion of Commission

er Henderson the petition was order ordered
ed ordered granted as amended, and road or-

We concur in the above: Charles S. I dered opened to postoffice, provided

Cullen, David S. Woodrow, R. R. Car- petitioners would put in culverts and
roll, F. B. Beckham, Z. C. Chambliss. I fix railroad crossings.

Hon. M. L. Payne appeared and nre-

Which was read and filed. I r,tA ,,. 1o!r aa sr, f

Mr. J. R. Moorhead, surveyor filed wa? for Fairfield and Blitchton road,

plat and report as .follows:

Ocala, Fla., May 5, 1913.

To the Hon. Board of County Commis

sioners, Ocala, Fla,:
Gentlemen I herewith furnish you

map of the proposed change in road

in section C-17-21, through property of

C. E. Connor, N. W. Harison and D.

E. Mclver, which survey terminates

in a 50-foot street through D. E. Mc

Iver's land, and which extends to the

water's edge of Lake Weir. From this
point I have gone over the proposed

route along the lake shore as far as

Lake Weir and Stanton, on the A. C

L. R. R., and find the same to be en-

signed by A. J. McLaughlin and oth others,
ers, others, which was accepted, and road or

dered opened.

Treasurer's report for April, 1913,

was as follows:

(Concluded on Second Tage)

Can't Help But
Admire Babies
Erery Woman Casts Lorinff Glance at
the Nettling Cuddled in its Bonnet.


Many a misguided young man thinks
that stepping stones are merely some-,
tiling to throw at the birds.

Some sirls make themselves out to
be greater fools than they are by pre pretending
tending pretending to have refused chances they
have never had.

Xow Is tne time to get rid of your
rheumatism. You can do it by apply applying
ing applying Chamberlain's Liniment and mas massaging
saging massaging the parts freely at each ap application
plication application For sale by all dealers. Ad.

Have you seen that $2.25 percolater
at Masters' store? It's fine. 5-8-3t

Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. MclVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
411 Work Done ty Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed.

There never wa.? a time when peo people
ple people appreciated the real merits of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy more
than now. This Is shown by the in increase
crease increase in sales and voluntary testi testimonials
monials testimonials from persons who have been
cured by it. If yau or your children
are troubled with a cough or cold give
u a trial and become acquainted with
its good qualities. For sale by all
dealers. Ad.

D. E. Mclver 164
V. Roberts 305
Undertaking Office 47

Leroy, May $L Mrs. L. A. Holmes
left Leroy two weeks ago for Breckin Breckinridge,
ridge, Breckinridge, Mo., to be with her son, where
she may live the balance of her days.
Mrs. Grace Maybury was in this
burg- about two weeks ago to look
uver the property of Mrs. L. A. Holm Holmes,
es, Holmes, lives at Jacksonville.
Mr. W. E. Newbern spent several
days last week at Mayville looking af after
ter after his interests at that place.
Our D. S. is kept busy these days up upon
on upon the road. He's a hustler.

Cupid is very busy at work now


Our road overseer, Mr. C. A- Carter,

The Slickest Electric

Motor for Sewing Machines

on the Market. Phone us
for a Demonstration.
Ask to see our Stoves

and Ranges. We will Save

you Money.

Agents for the Stand Standard
ard Standard ''Central Needle' Sewing
Machine. Try one and if it

is not the Best, we Want it
Back in our Store.
Phone 10

A woman's beart naturally responds t
the charm and sweetness of a pretty child,
and more so to-day than ever before since

tirely practical, and one that presents .tne advent of Mx Jber's Friend.

permanent road at the least possible

cost. J. R. MOORHEAD

Which was read and discussed, and

on motion of Commissioner Mayo it

was ordered that the board of county

commissioners accept the proposition

as outlined by burveyor .Moorneaa, rhi3 j, a most wonderful external hela

provided risiht of way be furnished the! to t!e muscles and tendons, it penetratee
. . I the t paos them pliant to readily
county for said road after a further t:m t r.ajur-"g dirand for eroansion.


. Ill

survey and profile has been made and f 5s E i'-n?er a period of pain, dis dis-'
' dis-' ... 4. C n.frt, crram.r.ff. nausea or other eymp-

s so oftm distressing during the anxious

shore from Mclver avenue to Lake (:f"s -xrfciancy.

Weir Station, and if right of way be! Oe c.ndne event, and lts'u-. br'insrs coin coin-Tint
Tint coin-Tint furnished and miit claim deed f Tt' r''n '7nd r7M,f durinj; the term. This
not. rurmsneu anu qun ciaim uu ni((lit marked innuendo n,.r.n .v.. k

made therefor, to complete the hard '-p it thus inh'-rits a gpiendid growing
. ,c 6ytem .f nerve and dieestlve function.

Ana particularly to young mothers is this
famous remedy ,f inestimable value. It
rabies her to preserve her health andi
ptrenjrth, and she remains a pretty mother
by havin? avoided all the suffering and
danger that would otherwise accompany
u'h an occasion. Mother's Friend thor

oughly liibrleates every nerve, tendon and

road on the route suggested by Mr.

Moorhead's report to Oklawaha ave avenue,
nue, avenue, provided right of way be furnish furnished
ed furnished to that point. Then to begin at
the Lake county line on the south

line of Marion county, and continue! rnusde involved and is a sure preventive

the hard road o Stanton on the A. C. I y(,u win find this sniVndiA remedr

T T? Tt and rnnnppt- thpn connect I 'f at a!1 dru stores at fl.Oo a'.c,
Lu li. K., ana connect, men connect i d , h, ...

Write I'.mdfield Uegulator Co.. 134 I.ani-ir
BMg.. Atlanta, ;a.. and thev will ma'l u
filled, a very instructive book for ex t --

tant mothers.


with the Ocala hard road either by
East Lake or Summerfield, as the
board may deem best. That the hard
road construction crew proceed with
this work as soon as theS work on
Sharp's Ferry road is completed.
Commissioner Henderson reported

on one, Mr. Richardson, a pauper, at I CIVIL EXGIXEEil,

the county infirmary, saying that hel DltAUGliTSMA??

had kindred in Jacksonville that want- AND CONTRACTOR.

, Ac?uate. Building Plans, Blue Prints

ui uomiu13)UuCi ana specifications made. Lands sur-

that a railroad ticnet De purcnaseu ior veyea and platted. Ciose estimate

and Richardson be sent to his people made on erection of buildings of any
?r, Ti-cnnviii. character by contract or on a mm.

Mr. Rogers, of the Florida Title and mission basis' Write or nsult me at
Abstract Company, appeared relative Northwest Corner Ocala House Block

tn enmo asspssmpnfs Vu5 n c o-vcocsttral m

0 vaua - FLORIDA


OCA LA EVE.MNO is f Alt iATVitiAY, MAY 10, iit



Ilittlnger & Carroll, Proprietor
II. It. Carroll, General Manager
Port V. Leavengood, DuMineM Manager
J. II. Ilenjamln, Editor
Entered In the postofflce at Ocala,
iTda., as second class matter.
The Star thinks that the present
probable agreement on a price between
the city council and the water company
is good business on both side.-!. The
town is not lare enough to support!"
two water plants, and if the city put
up its own plant, the water company
would certainly operate at a lo-s. Tp
Star thinks the council is offering! a
fair price for the plant. It is true t:yit
it is much less than that set by the ar arbitrators,
bitrators, arbitrators, but no one can possiblX.
know how much underground pipe
needs replacing- On the other hand,
the city can take its money and by im improving
proving improving the plant have a much better
one than if it tried to build an entirely
new one with the funds it lias at its
The governors of the Board of Trade
at their meeting last evening decided
that it wasn't necessary to send a dele delegation
gation delegation to Washington at present, tho
one may be send later on.
Mr. J. C. Mathews of Flemington,
was among trie Friday visitors in tne
ty re
As a relator of
trly Marion eoun eoun-Mathews
Mathews eoun-Mathews is a
?miniscences M

i uast master, and he

is never happier

I than when so

ost sjcce.'
the c
the sc
He is one of
county's most
ssful tillers of
Little Harry Clarkson is steadily im improving
proving improving at the hospital, where he was
taken Thursday morning. He rested
well all last night, and every hope is
flt now for his recovery.
Major R. A. Green came in last night
from Jacksonville, -and spent today
looking over his cantaloupe field near
Anthony, where he and the Howells
have in I'JQ acres of cantaloupes that
are looking fire. Major Green has been
near Macclenny for a week, buying
Irish potatoes.
Dr. S. II. Blitch is in Tallahassee,
where he Is doing some work for some
measures he is interested in before the
Messrs. R. S. Hall and H. M. Hamp Hampton
ton Hampton spent yesterday in Jacksonville,
where they were looking after busi business
ness business matters.
Most Ocala people remember the
rimith family that lived some years ago
in the little cottage now occupied by
Mr. J. G. Swaim on the corner of
South Second and Osceola streets. The
family removed to Jacksonville a few
years ago, and that city is now excited
over the disappearance of the young youngest
est youngest girl, Annie, who was about twelve
years old when she left Ocala. She is
supposed to have eloped with Ed Sa Sa-gasse,
gasse, Sa-gasse, a young chauffeur, to New Or Orleans.
leans. Orleans. You'll have to call pie early, call me
early, porter, dear; if I get away on
number ten, so soon she will be here.
Mighty early every morning she will
be coming thru; don't forget five-twenty
a. m. is the minute she'll be due.
The drummer.
The Japanese government has made
a formal protest to Secretary of State
Bryan against the California anti anti-alien
alien anti-alien land law bill.
Gomptrs' lawyers have appealed his
case to the supreme court, and the
chances are that he will not go to jail
even for a month.
TVe suppose that the Irish nation nationalists
alists nationalists in Parliament voted against
woman suffrage because the rocks the
suffragettes had- been throwing were
not sham rocks.
Wonder why a man doesn't laugh In
his sleeve when you hit h's funny funny-bone?
bone? funny-bone? Mr. O'Dell af Summerfield. the well-
known truclf grower, bought yester-
day from MK Ii. Nichols, the live

I stock dealer of
mules and a

lis city, a fine pair of
high-stepping driving
Mr. Bart Corley of the Leesburg
Commercial, was in town this after afternoon
noon afternoon to pay a short visit to his friends
of the newspaper) fraternity.
Joe Lee is at last down and out, and
visitors to Jacksonville are not requir required
ed required to put up any longer with his im impudence.
pudence. impudence. Inverness Chronicle.
We are all glad that Joe Lee is out,
but we never heard of anybody hav having
ing having to put up with any impudence
from him. We have heard many white
men say he was always attentive to
the duties of his office and respectful
to those who had business with him.
Rev. George G. Smith, D. D., author
and historian, died Friday at his home
in Macon, Ga. He had been a member
of the South Georgia Methodist con conference
ference conference for over fifty years. He was
one of the best-known preachers and
writers in the Methodist church, South.
We understand that all the Dunnel-
inn inlns south of Dunnellon will
close today. What truth there is in
tho rumor we do not know, but believe
it to be right. This will seriously
cripple some of the towns north of In Inverness.
verness. Inverness. Inverness Chronicle.
Mr. E. L. Martin of the Ele.ctra sec section
tion section was In town today
A thin-skirted girl in Bordeaux.
Wouldn't wear petticoats o.i.
She'd go out in the sun.
And she'd say: "Ibis is fun
t hni.A that my ankles
sheaux." Cincinnati inquirer.
Another who lived in Boulogne.
Was followed by dogs not her ogne.
She was thin as a rail
So thev kept on her trail.
Believing that she was ane.
Another who lived in Toulouse,
Said. "Some girls may think I'm
But 1 won't turkey trot.
I ho rl fat ho r lie shot.
A.irVi: co iinnr. U nat s loe .u--v
Louisville Lvenm.-
Another who lived in Champagne.
Surely did raise some cagne -When
she became a suitragette.
For she pines in jail yet.
Poor thing, she must be msa;-rne
Cincinnati Times-Gazet .e.
Another who lived In Kissimmejt,
Didn't care for a fancy shimmee,
For her figure was spare,
And nobody would care
To gaze at a girl built so slimmee.


Ocala, Fla., May 10, 1&13
Members of th Board of Trade and
Regular monthly meeting of the
Ocala Board of Trade will be held
Wednesday niht at the court house
beginning at 7:30. Every member is
urged to be present, and every citizen
invited. Matters of vital importance
to Ocala are to be discussed and handl handled;
ed; handled; don't fail to be on hand.
J. K. Chase, President.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.
Mr. R. A. Kelsey aifMi last nini at
the hospital. He w T8 years old. Hi
ur.r, w- T-Toi-i of Jacksonville, was
ent for and he acompanied the re
mains to Lake Weir J this afternoon.
Mr. Kelsey was one (A Marion county's
..i.i ..i,i v, ,.rt ,ir..ii riti'ns. and had lived
' J 1 A (A 1 1 V" -
bv the shore of Lake Weir for many
The I-:. M. Howard groves have just
gotten returns on a carload of 336
boxes of late Tardiffs sold in New New-York,
York, New-York, showing a net profit of il.270 on
the carload. This is considered very
satisfactory. This week will probably
see the last of fruit shipments from
the Auburndale region this season.
The total will run not far short of
4r,,000 boxes. Auburndale notes in
Hand picked peanuts at one dollar
and twenty-five cents per bushel, at II
T! Masters Co, 5-7-6t
I)U. V. K. LAXK,
Specialist, Eye, Ear, Noae and Throat.
Office, Law Library Bldg., Ocala. Ad.
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour. Ad.
New 1913 World's-Admanac. Just re received;
ceived; received; 35 cents at Ballard's News Newsstand.
stand. Newsstand. Adv.
If you want a well, have a good one
and let S. II. Christian do your work.
Adv. May 21.
Generally fair tonight and Sunday.
Editor Star: Kindly allow us space
in your -paper to publicly thank the
good citizens of Ocala for their many
acts of kindness during the recent ill illness
ness illness and death of our beloved baby.
For the many friends who so thought thoughtfully
fully thoughtfully sent ilowers and gave their ex expressions
pressions expressions of sympathy during our
trials we ask the blessing of the All
Wise. We especially desire to return
our most heartfelt thanks to Mrs. Mary
Eagleton, Mr. J. D. Rooney and Mr. M.
Fishel for their interest in our behalf.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Myers.
The section four miles east of the
Sharp's Ferry bridge was visited by a
severe hail storm Thursday night, and
a strip about two miles wide crossing
the road there was badly cut up by the
falling hail. Such crops as were in the
tract of the storm are badly damaged.
I wish to express my deep apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation and thanks to Miss Marshall and
the nurses for the many kindnesses
and the patient care shown me during
my recent illness while at the hospital.
Mrs. Leon Griggs.
Oxford, Fla., May 10.
Pure blood fawn and white, standard
variety of these famous "egg ma machines."
chines." machines." Eggs for sale for hatching at
ten cents each. Also two drakes for
sale at $2 each. Write or inquire of
N Trafton, Belleview. Fla. 4-28
Two members of the carnival aggre aggregation
gation aggregation now holding forth on South Or Orange
ange Orange street were brought before Re Recorder
corder Recorder Izlar this morning on a charge
of fighting. After hearing the testi testimony
mony testimony the judge decided that it was a
case for the county authorities to
handle, and the two victims were turn turned
ed turned over to the sheriff's office.
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale,
For Rent and Similar local Needs
FOR RENT Offices in Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
WANTED A country woman to do
general house work. Apply to 28 N.
Sanchez St. 5-10-6t
FOR SALE A brass frame cot and
felt mattress, like new, apply to Star
rooms for light housekeeping, phone
216, Fort King Ave., and a four room
cottage with gas. 5-5-lm
FOR RENT Five-room cottage No.
507 North Second street. Inquire at No.
204 South Main street. 5-5-56t
My house, No. 229 Fort King avenue,
will be for rent after June 1st. Mrs.
McDowell. 3 2
WANTED To trad new player
piano, standard make, for real estate,
city or country, or will sell at a bar bargain,
gain, bargain, cash or easy terms. Address,
-Piano," care box 328. 5-7-12t
I WANT 10 MEN At once to learn
the barber trade. New method. Only
few weeks required. Position waiting.
Tools furnished. Money earned while
learninsr. Write today. A. B. Moler,
Pres., Moler System, Atlanta Ga. 10-6t
FOR SALE A steam laundry equip equipped
ped equipped with modern machinery and at
present doing a profitable business;
everything in splendid running- order.
Operates its own water and gas plant.
Building is 40x50, and property In Includes
cludes Includes 2U acres of land. Will sell
plant either with or without real es estate
tate estate at reasonable price. Reason for
selling, illness of one of present part partners.
ners. partners. Will teach the business to pur purchaser.
chaser. purchaser. Books are open for inspection.
Address, Sanitary Laundry, Ocala,
Fla. 5-6-td 5-9-2 tw


Fev Hundred Dollars Apart on
the Price of the Plant
Present indications are that the city
council and the ocala water w or.
company have at last arrived at mu mutually
tually mutually satisfactory terms upon which
the city will purchase the water plant.
The city council at a meeting called
for Friday night for the consideration
of the water company's proposition to
.-,.ii tii. r.bni f.r 61.000 resulted in
the making of several counter propo propositions
sitions propositions by both parties.
Mr. K. G. Harris, acting for the wa water
ter water works people, agreed to meet the
city's offer of $33,000 better than half
way. Iff stated that he was in po position
sition position to make a price of 543,000. In
response to this offer the council voted
favoraMy on making an offer of 4-.--aa
tr Harris stated that it would
be necessary for him to have more
time to consider the matter and that if
the proposition was held open until the
next regular meeting of the council on
the 20th of the month he would give a
definite reply.
Thus the whole matter rest.- nntil
the stated time, when it will in all
probability be taken up and settled for
good and all.
For several years past the question
of buying the water works has been
most thoroughly threshed out, not only
by the council, but by nearly every
grown man within the city limits, and
now that it is on the eve of settlem.-nt
all will breathe a sigh of relief.
Manager Hunter of the Ocala Base Baseball
ball Baseball Association, after scouting around
for some days in search of a good
ball team to play his nine, has succeed succeeded
ed succeeded Jn arranging for a game in this
city next Thursday afternoon with the
Palatka team.
Palatka has always been able to put
up a good, strong game and they
claim that they have now enlisted a
real ball team, which they will exhibit
in Ocala next Thursday.
A week from next Monday will be
an important day in the history of the
colored lodge of Knights of Pythia in
this city. This is the date set for be beginning
ginning beginning the annual session of the
Grand Lodge of the Florida jurisdic jurisdiction
tion jurisdiction of this order. It is the twenty twenty-fourth
fourth twenty-fourth annual session of the Florida
division of the colored K. of P., and
the local organization is expecting a
more delegates, besides several hun-
area visitors. puouc- lerepuun
been arranged for by the committee on
arrangements. llus reception win '"-
held in the Mount Zion A. M. K. ehurcn
on South Magnolia street and quite an j
extensive program has been prepared;
for the occasion.
The following schedule is not paid
for, but is printed for the information
of the public. The railroads arere arerequested
quested arerequested to send in corrections when whenever
ever whenever necessary.
Southbound Arrive Leave
3 l:0o p.m. ?:20 p.m.
9 (Limited) .. .2:31 p.m. 2:32 p.m.
,1:35 a.m. 1:40 a.m.
.2:25 a.m.
.1:00 p.m.
.4:23 p.m.
2:30 a.m.
U:15 p.m.
'4:25 p.m.
The limited leaves Jacksonville at
11:30 a. m. and arrives in Tampa at 6
p. m. It leaves Tampa at 1 p. m. and
arrives in Jacksonville at 7:30 p.
stops only at Turkey Creek, Plant City,
Dade City, W'ldwood, Ocala, Starke
and Waldo
Southbound .lax. and St. Petersburg
Arrive Leave
No. 9 10:45 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
No. 39 2:40 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
Southbound Oonla and Lakeland
No. 35 (Sunnyjlm) 6:40 a.m.
Northbound -.lax. ami St. Pet?rburr
Arrive Leave
No. 10 5:19 a.m 5:20 a.m.
No. 40 12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
Northbound Lakeland, apd Orala
No. 32 (Sunnyjlm) Arrive S:50 p.m.
Ocala and HomoMaMsa-
Leave No. 49 8:20
Leave No. 47 2:25
Arrive No. 44 12:50
Arrive No. 48 6:00
Lv. for Palatka.. 7:30 a..m. i:25 p.m
Sunday trains .... 8:00 a.m. 1:25
Ar. from Palatka. 10:40 a.m. 5:10
It is rumored that a Jackson girl
played a joke on h'r mother the other
day that "Mom" will remember a long
time. She accidentally found a love
letter that her father had written to
her mother in their halcyon days of
courtship. Siie read the letter to her
mother substituting her own name and
that of her lover. The mother raved
with anger and stamped her foot in
disgust, forbidding her dauuhtej to
have anything to do with a man who
could write such nonsensical stuff to
a girl. The girj then gave the letter
to her mother to read and the home
suddenly became so quiet that she
could hear the snow flakes falling in
the back yard. Jackson, O., Sun.
When a druggist recommends a rem remedy
edy remedy for colds, throat and lung troubles,
you can feel sure that he knows what
he is talking about. C. Lower, drug druggist,
gist, druggist, of Marion, Ohio, writes of Dr.
King's New Discovery: "I know Dr.
King's New Discovery is the best
throat and lung medicine I sell. It
cured my wife of a severe bronchial
cold after all other remedies had fail failed."
ed." failed." It w'll do the same for you if you
are suffering with a cold or any bron
chial, throat or lung cough. Keep
bottle on hand all the time for every)
one in the family to use. It Is a home i
doctor. Price 50c and SI. Guaranteed!
by Tydinafs & Co. Ad- j
A soft answer may i-n turn away
at' a Jot of ust-
It would surprise you to Know the.
great good that is being done by!
Chamberlain"s Tablets. Darius Dow-
ney. of Xewberg Juncticr K. B.. writ- ;
es: My wife has been using- Chani- ;
berlain's Tablets and finds them very 1
effectual and doing her lots of good." j
If you have any trouble with your'
stomach or bowels give them a trial. ;
For sale by all dealers. Ad.
joh nr.Y, HAiHifB t oTf;i.i.o
The financial returns of the record recorder's
er's recorder's court this morning were very
light less than twenty dollars.


Grace Episcopal
Rv. J as. G. Glass, Priest in Charge
a. m. H'iy communion.
rn. Sunday
m. Li: any
(W. Ii. Coleman, Minister.)
10 a. rn. Sunday School.
3 p. m. Junior C. E.
11 a. m. Sermon.
'Moth, r."
s p. m. Sermon.
"Divine Auinority."
Special music.
Everybody welcome.
Junior C. E. will meet at 3 o'clock,
led by Mrs. Chare, and will use the reg regular
ular regular program in the Kind's Builders.
(Pastor. Rev. W. H. Dodge, D. D.)
J:43 a. in. Sunday school.
11 a. ni. Sermon.
Mother's i Mice."
3 p. m. o ...or Missionary Society.
S p. m. Sermon.
"Let t's Have Grace."
A r-ordial invitation extended to the
puld;...'. Strangers cordially welcomed.
Banyan Stephens, Pastor.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning service,
by tii,.. pa.-tor. Subject, "A M
iher in
3:30 p. m. Junior Union.
6:43 p. m. Senior Union.
7:30 p. m. Evening setrice.
ov t!:e past
Lot's Wife"
A hearty welcome to all.
Rev. J. B. Ley, Fastor.
Bible school, 0:30 a. m.
Miss Bartlett w.H entertain the
school with a ten minuf address on
"Srylla and Charybdi."
At 11 a. m. the pastor will speak
from the theme "Tht- Cross Unveiled."
making the cross f Christ the symbol
of nrogress and power. A very urgent
rciUf-at is made of all members and
friends r r'lis church to !e present. At
niiiht Mr. Ley vvill discuss the second
j in ins series Ol nutinons concerning
county prohibition. Last Sunday night
he spoke on "Why We Should Have
It." The present address will be jn
answer to the Miiestiori. "How Can We
Get It." Last week lie invited saloon
keepers and ihtir families to lie press-
lent. This time lie woui.i, u anytuing,
prefer to have them stay away. Xot
because ii
proposes to issue any tirade
j nf a)l,e or condemnation, but be-
pause., -;V Wise general d'sn't care to
show his line of attack to i :o enemy."
Senior league at 3:G0 p. in.
Reception or new members.
' This story is told on ne of the cen central
tral central Illinois county paper-. It v.-yg de devoting
voting devoting considerable space each week
to k sensational divorce case then be-
ing fought in
porter on ilie
tfe 1
cal court. A re re-walking
walking re-walking through
the city park afternoon, noticed a
young lady layjaji4
ft opy or tne pa
per, lane on
her sh
les and piokings,
turn the tatter wron
put them on again.
side out and
This aroused the
curiositv of tiie replrtei and
te went
for her
to rier ami asKea tie reason
peculiar action. She replied
just reading the account of the divorce
case in this paper and it wms such hot
stuff. I had to turn the hose on my myself."
self." myself." W "OXDERFl L SKEj S tLVE
Bucklen's Arnica Salve is known
everywhere as the oest remedy made
for all diseases of the ski:, and also
for burns, bruises and boils. Reduces
inflammation and is soothing and healing-.
J. T. Sossaman, publisher of the
News, of Cornelius, N. C, writes:
that one box helped his serious skin
ailment after other remedies failed.
Only 25 cents. Recommended by Tyd Tyd-ings
ings Tyd-ings & Co. Ad.
Ladies, it is a comb that we guar guarantee
antee guarantee that yoj cannot break. Call at
the Court Pharmacy c-nd ask to see it
on your next trip down town. Adv.
lbs. Granu Granulated
lated Granulated Sugar
To any one buying for CASH
other goods to the amount of
$1 or more. Only one pack package
age package of sugar to a customer on
clay of sale.
Phone 434
Optometry Office and Laboratory
office nouns
9 to 12 a. m., 1:20 to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2-6 Gary Building. Ocala, Fia


ill! 1IIK
(Continued from First Page)

School Fund
Received $13,928.04.
Disbursements' 1 3 ,900.09
Balance $ 27.95
Road Fund
Received $21,10S.SC
Disbursements 21,000.00
Balance $ 10S.5S
County Proper Fund
Received $ 4.0SS.75
Disbursements 421.59
Balance S G7.16
Fine and Forfeiture Fund
Received $ 3.S9S.S7
Disbursements L31S.S0
Balance $ 2,3S0.07
Building Fund
Received $ C.42S.74
Disbursements 6,400.00
Balance $ 2S.74
Total balances $ 2.S12.GO
Which was read and filed.
Bond for license to carry pistol by
C. X. Holder read and on motion was
referred to Commissioner Watkins
for report.
Notary pub ic bond by R. S. Rogers
read and approved.
Bond for license to carry rifle by S.
J. Martin read and approved.
Bond for license to carry pistol by
Chas. A. Elliott, J. P. Folks, and B.
Brooks, read and approved.
Petition by D. G. Watkins et al ask asking
ing asking for reduction on tax assessment
n-n Inia 2
324, 325, 326 and
an unnumbered lot boualcd ?n north
by Wekiva avenue, on east by lot 313,
on soutU by river, and on west by lot
Ci.", all being on river and partly over overflowed.
flowed. overflowed. Read and on motion was re referred
ferred referred to the county attorney.
Petition by c-srate of II. J. Watkins
et al, asking a reduction in t$x assess assessment
ment assessment on lots 42, 1244, 1247, 1292,
129", 129G, 1317, 131S, 1320, 1323, 1337,
1324, 1325, 1345, 1240, e of 1320,
town of Dunnellon, read and referred
to the county attorney.
Tax returns and petition by R. J.
Rivers aaliira: reduction in tax assess assessment
ment assessment read and rpiVrrpl to county at attorney.
torney. attorney. Letter by Dr. S. II. Blitch saying
that Mr. C. A. Carter hod a county
tent burned, not due to any careless carelessness
ness carelessness but purely accidental, and asking
that another tent be sent Mr. Carter.
Kafi aiid on motion of Commissioner
Henderson wn: referred to Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Watkins for attention.
Petition by S. II. Blitch, asking the
recommendation of the board to the
governor for the appointment of Mr.
O. S. Sanders as inspector of marks
and brands for Blitchton precinct,
read and on motion of Commissioner
Mayo was granted, and clrk instruct'
ed to transmit recommendation to the
Report of sheriff to the state audi auditor
tor auditor of fcne.i and costs imposed in Ma Marion
rion Marion county and chargeable to the
sheriff, showing fines, $1G13.oQ; costs,
$402.96. Total, $201C4G. Read and
Special committee composed of J.
M. Meffert, D. E. Mclver and W. ?.
jGary, appeared and presented the fol
lowing memorial:
Ocala, Fla., April 28, 1913.
The special committee appointed by
President Chace at a special meeting
of the board of trde, held at the
court house on the night of April 25,
to examine condition of road to Blitch Blitchton
ton Blitchton and t.ike the same up with the
county commissioners, looking to bet bettering
tering bettering conditions and assuaging com complaints
plaints complaints of good citizens in that sec section
tion section of the county contiguous there
to, having made a personal examina examination
tion examination this afternoon, present the fol following
lowing following report:
Ve find that while this examination
was at a time when the roads are very
dry, we found a tuiily good road un under
der under the conditions, and that i'ue snae
witn a few exceptions has been
scraped and put in about as good
shape as possible under present con conditions
ditions conditions and with the material used;
further, that conditions show conclu conclusively
sively conclusively that several points are no
doubt in the rainy season more or
less in bad shape and need immediate
attention to make them passable dur dur-ing
ing dur-ing the wet .season, and recommend
and urge the building of a hard sur surface
face surface road, for not less than five miles,
beginning at Blitchton and coming
east, and th.T hard surfacing of the
worst parts Intervening.
We believe that in the preparation
of this road and hard surfacing the
ianie, the road bed should be given a
j better width, as the present road bed
i too narrow,
j nie five miles just out of the city1
' jilts were found in fair condition,
J A-hieh can bo surfaced at such time
lor times as the commissioners can
! reach the same. This is one of the
j very best agricultural sections in the
; count3' and present developments
! warrant our most earnest efforts on
) the part of these citizens and we
j pledge our best endeavor looking to
this end.
' (Continued Monday)
u w a n t
; reity !:nv heel pump
Little's Shoe Parlor. ZMi
j aeasor. s
l misses' reac
i auer's. Ad.
:ert styles and ladles' and
to wear dresses at Rhein-
Packard's fine nand-pamted china at
Burnett, the jeweler's. Ad.
Solid T.i filled chairs, the best for
the money, ar.d guaranteed as repre represented.
sented. represented. A. E. Burnett. Ad.
Clicks of all kinds and at all prices.
A. C. Burnett. Adv.
O-.m'a Lodge N'v. 2 S, Benevolent and
otective Or.ier
cct.I and f,.unr
of Elks, meets the
Tuesday evenings in
t iih month. V:c't:ng brethren always
welcome. Chas. vV. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary Ad.



Raisin Cake, Pound Cake, Walnut Cake,
Glace Fruit Cake and Oriental Fruit Cake.
Dundee's Pure Fruit Jams, Peach, Straw Strawberry,
berry, Strawberry, Raspberry and Apricot.
Dundee's Orange Marmalade.
Walnuts, Seeded Raisins, Currants, Crystal Crystal-ized
ized Crystal-ized Cherries, Crystalized Ginger.
Mushrooms, French Peas, Anchovies,
Truffles, Macedoin, French Mustard, German
Ox Tongue, Lunch Tongue, Shrimp, Deviled
Crabs, Underwood's Deviled Ham.





21 Pounds of

Until further notice we will on Saturdays and Mon Mondays
days Mondays sell 21 pounds of Granulated Sugar for One Dol Dollar,
lar, Dollar, to any one buying for cash, other goods to J;he
value of $1.00 or more. Only one package of sugar'
to a customer on each sale day. While taking ad advantage
vantage advantage of this offer be sure to inspect our line of
"White Rose" canned goods ; none better made.
North Magnolia Street, Fjrst Door North of the Ocala
National Bank


For Sale Registered Pigs
Registered Duroc Jersey pigs sired by Top Notcher
Wonder, Fancy s Sensation, Cherry Tenn., Tenn. Col.
Tippy Orion, Lexington Chief and H. C's. Col., out
of dams such as Orion Chief, Missouri's wonder,
Tip Top Notcher. Ohio Chief, Golden Model, Volun Volunteer,
teer, Volunteer, Cherry, Tenn., King of Colorado and other?
representing herd carrying blood lines the equal of
any. If you have any doubt about Florida raised
hogs visit my farm and see how it is done.
H. II. WHITVVORTH, Proprietor
Hiawatha Lake Stock Farm


I am Opening a Candy Factory in Ocala
and will Give a Five Pound box of my Fa- $
mous Chocolates to the Lady that Sends
me the Best Name for it. All Answers
Must be Mailed to me bv Noon, ?
C.Daniel VVT&itiielci I

Madame, Do You

Close, Practical Economy?

Well. berei a Mure nay to net retill:
AVnl-ta the market rlnwely, and whenever you can make a ftavloic 0
by huyine jour meats, fih, poultry, fruit, eetahlen, or milk and
butter in larger uantitie than iioual, DO anil your refrigerator yy

lll be what it otigbt to be our

Union Square
Clean, Comfortable, Oouveiiient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans.
Vme-'.iiaa Plan, $2 per day and up. European. Plan. 11.00 pr lar and
Special W eeltly Rates.
Churchill & Co.


Sugar for
- E
Believe In
own cold toragc plaat. .Ow






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li lowif

The man who has a bank account feels sel re respect
spect respect and confidence. There is a mysterious thing
called "Credit," which is based on faith. You can
establish this credit and this faith, that people have
in you, by having MONEY IN THE BANK. The bank banker,
er, banker, who is the friend and advisor of every business
man in his community, grows to believe in you when
he sees you putting money away for your future. If
you have not got a bank account start one NOW.
We Fay 1 per cent Interest on Savinjjs Accounts


mntmm miuut


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

Mr. Iliebey and Mr. Knight Enter Entertain
tain Entertain for Mi MeOure
Yesterday afternoon between four
and six o'clock the Woman's Club was
the scene of one of the mo.-t beauti beautiful
ful beautiful and elaborate receptions ever giv given
en given in Ocala. Hostesses at this charm charming
ing charming affair were Mrs. '. D. Richey and



JOHN III V, M A lit It '1-2 ( OSTEM.O
!:mi'm: ton it; n r. iv.

Mrs. W. A. Knight, who entertained in
compliment to two Kentucky belles,
Misses Ethel and Lola McClure, who

j have been the quests of their sister,
j Mrs. Banyan Stephens in this city since
; January.
I Mrs. T. U. Johnson and Mrs. Maude
Iforne, standing in front of an em em-jbankment
jbankment em-jbankment of ferns and palmetto, re re-iceived
iceived re-iceived the quests as they arrived and
Mrs. Van Hood, standing within the
door, introduced t hem to the reeeiving
'line which included Mrs. Richey, Mrs.
jKnisht, the Misses McClure and Mrs.
1 Stevens.
Mrs. Johnson was gowned in black
j lace, handsomely trimmed and wore a
'corsage bouquet of pink roses. Mrs.
,'Horne wore a gown of black crepe de

jchene with pink roses. Mrs. Hood was,
j in white crepe de chene with a bodice j
! of white embroidered chiffon with!
; trimmings of crystal. Mrs. Richey.!
who is pronounce. 1 one of the most;
stately matrons In Ocala. wore a most1
becoming- gown of lavendar crep del
chene over pink messaline. Violets j

; were her tlowers. Attractively fash fashioned
ioned fashioned was the lovely ratine costume of
Mrs. Kniiiht. Ratine trimmings and a
tou?h of Nell rose completed it. The
two sweet young honor guests were
pretty in blue voile and pink messa messaline,
line, messaline, Miss McClure wearing blue and

.ui'v-iure piiiK. .mis. ruepri-
. . t

ens. wore white ratine with ratine
uimmings in which a touch of royal
blue was used.
From the receiving line tht guests
were asked by Mrs. Arthur Clark and
Miss Alace Bullock to the punch table,
where Misses Mattie Williams and
Marguerite Porter and two brides brides-!
! brides-! elect, Misses Sarah Davis and Elizabeth
iNewsom, all in pretty pink and white
'dresses, served ice cold fruit punch.
; The punch table was long and cen-

mode of entertaining- for their beauti beautiful
ful beautiful party, to which one hundred and
eig-h.ty-s.-ven ladies were invited.
Delicious ice cream and white cake
with crystalized grapefruit was serv served
ed served by the group of pretty girls serving-
punch and the two ushers after the
entire program was completed. On
each plate was a bouquet of sweet
peas which was a pretty souvenir of
the occasion, the memories of which
will linger long- with those accepting
the hospitality of Mrs. Knight and Mrs.
Ml Fuller Entertained for .Minn Law

Numbered among the prettiest of the
many pretty parties given recently for
brides-elect, was the one at 10 o'clock
this morning in honor of Miss Mar-

j garet Lawrence whose marriage to Mr.
Witherspoon Dodge occurs on the
tenth of June in this city. The twelve
j guests present included the girls in
jthe hostess' neighborhood and special

friends of the honoree who were Miss Misses
es Misses Sarah Davis, Elizabeth Newsom,
Minnie Stovall. Edith Williams, Ber Ber-n'ce
n'ce Ber-n'ce Alfred, Bessie MacKay, Mary and
Anna McDowell, Elizabeth Mizelle,

Dettie Mclver and Annie Atkinson.
Miss Fuller, who is an accomplished
hostess, greeted her guests very in informally,
formally, informally, wearing a pretty white em embroidered
broidered embroidered dress and with her was Miss
Lawrence, who wore an attractive
Mack and white striped voile trimmed
with lace and black velvet ribbon.
When the dozen girls had arrived
they were given dainty little flowered
silk work bags, each containing a tea
napkin marked with the initial D to
be embroidered. The living- room,
where the morning was spent, was

guests had a merry time chatting while
! their needles were being deftly used.
I When the napkins were completed
j they were put in a blue messaline bag
and presented to Miss Lawrence, while
!tiie little work bags were kept by the

guests and were dainty gifts of the oc


i At 11 : .1 0 o'clock the hostess assisted
I hy Misses Mclver and Atkinson, served
'delicious fruit salad in cucumber boats
j living white sails, olives, wafers and
mint ice. Fruit punch was served in
jthe hall and enjoyed while sewinir

Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94

Sewing is a pleasure with our elec

trie motors. A trial will convince you. in. rmin

cala Furniture Co. Phone 10. 5-10-fit

silver Tea,
The monthly sivf. lea always given
by tlte ludu; vf St. Margaret's Guild
was htfll this afternoon between 3:20

and 6 o'clock at the home of Mrs. C. R.

Ass'stlng the hostess in en en-the
the en-the many callers, among

iams, Mrs. J. K, Moorhead and Miss

Caroline Harris returned todar from
Live Oak, where they have been all

week attending the annual state con convention
vention convention of the United Daughters of the

Confederacy. Miss Harriss is presi president
dent president of the Fanny R. Gary chapter C.
of C. and Mrs. Moorhead is directress

iney were beautifully entertained

while in Lave Oak and report having

had a delightful time.

Mr. W. J. Frink of Levon was an out
of town visitor enjoying the band con

cert last night.
Dr. Julius McClymonds of Lexing

ton, Ky.. arrived today to administer

to. his father. Mr. J. H. McClymonds.
who has been sick for several weeks.
Miss Mildred Pyles is up after a re recent
cent recent severe illness but will not be able
to resume her studies at school this
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp, Misses

Mae Camp, Jennie Harrell. Nettie and
Clarita Camp, Alice Hullock, Mrs.

Violet Powers and Mr. William Camp
composed a congenial party going to
the Withlacooehee river this morning
to enjoy the day fishing.

for a

and Mrs. J. W, Terry of Fal Fal-after
after Fal-after spending a few days with
relatives, have gone to Sparr
short visit before returning

Epworth Lengnie SkI1


See change in the A. i '. L. schedule.
t :.-iSr lilies rot- iaio. V-hone 30. Ai.

. . .1 i that

I-:a t carter s i.reao. nere a noiie j

better. o-'j-ot i i

cents a dozen. CarA-

. I

JM ". IJennett wwut

U'-U'l'j yi pui me


toiii-ius on t he.- elect rie plant of

turn v VanRoy Crate Co. Up

Eggs. L'O
Thomas Co.

ti:mpi,i: ton m;ht. iv.

t lu lull
ll lull ys

when c$LW.rted the plant will

i.ive a caiKielty iii large as that of our

present city plrtt. It will furnish
power for crate and basket
factory of the company.

tered with a basket of sweet peas rest

ing on a handsome cloth covered with Tydings.
trailing asparagus tern u which was tertainin

led sw'vct leas. A large punch, whom were a number of men. was her

bowl Wax oil either end, lister. Miss Annie Davis. Mrs Ci TV.

! 'iiii- spacious room was a bower o" Maughs and Miss Lou Gamsby. iu the

loveliness, wlijeh was obtained by the dinin

lllli&.UIi-, .irtiiit,. urMii'fKniDtif nf

If you wanf something 8'-ok to
tu. 'Cavtev'a Bakery. i-6-6t


tueii.-an Reauty Rath spray fits any
Path tub. outfit complete .?1.23 at
' ierig's drugstores. Adv.

Mr. C. R. ProoKs
the city yesterday
1 laiTington,

or' Inverness was in
and stopped at the

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

Have you seen our electric motor for
sewing machines? Phone us about it.
dr-alj Furniture Co. Phone 10. ."- 10-Gt

We have
made A-jk

the best bread toaster
to ,e : it. il. TJ. Masters
1 5-8-3t

I trior.

elk oxfords n biacK and tan
; ours ;i to 6. Little's Shoe
S-8 6t

room refreshing lemon sherbet

many Roston and cake was served bv four church

ferns In boxes, bamboo, a wealth of girls. Misses Virginia Sistrunk, Annie
pink and white oleanders, sweet peas Mo.ovJvd, Emma Perry and SicWey
and climbing clematis, heavy wivh Cullen.
white bloom. j The tea proved mtvu delightful and
On leaving the puoc-ii table the the silver offering amounted to a most
guests were shown by Misses Clara acceptable sum.
Johnson and Minnie Stovall to seat,
which were arranged in rows facing; ur. .Lainl Woodruff Hendricks of
the stage, and by the till? on the pro- IJradfordi Vh., wiu arrive in ocala
grams given t,vm as they were seat-( eUhp Umihx or tomorrow. Mr. Hen Hen-e
e Hen-e they soon discovered by the quot, : (lrick5! comes to vjsU hlg flancfii Mlss
llon j Pernice Alfred to whom he will be mar

ried net Wednesday, in Jacksonville.

A Word i Assistance
Many people often overlook material advant advantages
ages advantages that are theirs for the asking. This is some sometimes
times sometimes due to an underestimation of their own im importance.
portance. importance. We want you to know that all indivi individuals
duals individuals interested in making financial progress are
invited to open a banking account with us.
Without regard to the size of their accounts,
we desire their names on our books, believeing
that through our facilities industry and thrift will
be increased.



H. 8TOKE3. Ctahir.





Mr. T, C Devani, one of Hernando
count 's popular members of the bar,
who resides in P.rooksville, was in the

city yesterday. He drove up in

"Music resembles poetry: in each
.r nameless grades, which no method
And which a master hand alone can

that a rare treat was in store.

ltev. J. K. Glass is being enteviatn enteviatn-ed
ed enteviatn-ed by Mrs. H. A. Ford during his reg-.

;ular weekly visit.
While i ...

Trailing Arbutus, a new talcum pow-d.-r
for Itexall stores. At the Postof Postof-fiee
fiee Postof-fiee Drugstore. Adv.

:'he H. P.. Masters Company agents
top denatured alcohol, :he most reo
tiomical cooking food riade. r-H-: t

Mr. Frank P.. IVekham left yester yesterday
day yesterday for Fernandina, where lie will for
the next week or ten days supervise
the loading of a cargo of phosphate

Call at the II. P. Masters Company'

hardware department nxi see. thvi Aias-rj
ka ice cr.-'uni f;eeze- nest made. 5 8 ?.t ':

his 1 Me ues;s were assemnnng .miss .iarie

Van Fngelken and Prof. Abbott (n th
piano and violin rendered u beautifv

musical program.
The program included musical r
mance hicH was a follows:

'.'.A beatuiful maiden named Annto
Lauriis lived close beside My old Ken-

Miss Fatiuie Ko Vinson who, U one of

the teachers m jfle Lniscopal Sunday

school, gave he p4ass an all day pic picnic
nic picnic at Silver SiSIrs today. Assisting

her wa Miss Aflele Dlttlnger.

Friday evening Mrs. George Rentz at
her home on South Third street, as assisted
sisted assisted by Mrs. Geo. C. Looney and Mrs.
J. P. Ley, most delightfully entertain entertained
ed entertained the Epworth Leaguers and their
friends at the regular monthly busi business
ness business meeting and social.
The business meeting was called to
order by the president, Mr. C. A. Bla Bla-lock,
lock, Bla-lock, by reading of the scripture, fol followed
lowed followed by prayer by the first vice pres president.
ident. president. Miss Lillie Roux, and reports of
the several officers of the league.
The applications for membership,
forty-seven in all, met with a favora favorable
ble favorable election and will be active mem members
bers members of the league if present at the
.Sunday afternoon devotional meeting,
at which time they will be taken into
the league.
The entertainment to be given by the
"Reds," the defeated side, will be held
Thursday, May 15th. on the lawn ad adjoining
joining adjoining the Methodist parsunage.
The treasurer's report ending April
20th was exceedingly good and the last
and final payment on the league piano
w;ll be nrMde this week. The final pay payment
ment payment in $35. which makes a total sum
of $2S7 paid for the juano.
Adjournment was taken for the so social
cial social part of the evening. The first of
the social numbers was the "May Tuz Tuz-ble."
ble." Tuz-ble." which proved to be a very inter interesting
esting interesting contest, after which Miss Xan
Brooks and Mr. Davies chose sides -and
the game "py" was played to the en enjoyment
joyment enjoyment of all present. During the
same Miss Hallie Ley played so-me
beautiful numbers on the piano.
Following the game "Spy," Miss
Marguerite Porter sang four beautiful
solos, which were areatly enjoyed and
which added greatly to the festivities
of the eveudnfr.

Refreshments were served by

George Rentz assisted by Mrs. Looney
and Mrs. Ley, after which several

games were played. All returned home v
. v. i . . 1 41 . I

.cueiiM tor uie pleasant evening as
guesta of Mrs. Rentz.

L. A. Snow-.
S. A, Hickel, Jr.,
Publicity Committee.












Mrs. K



I Have Several Thousands of Dol Dollars
lars Dollars Worth of
Unredeemed Pleies


Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Alfred and, their
daughter. Miss liernice Alfred, will go

tucky Home. She had a handsome and;to Jacksonville MovUv afternoon. On
gallant lover whose nome had orig- Wednesday Mis, Alfred will be wedded.

inauy ueen tanner soutn in iixie. ins Mr Hendricks, the marria-e btn

Keep cftol this summer by eookins
with our fanoms "Ross" oil stove. H.
P. Masters Co. 5-8-3t

j ; a. prominent event

name was Ben Bolt, lhis gallant younc;1

gentleman oeions;eu to ine s'.ai? Hil-'hfoh noon in the
litia, commanded by Ragtime Soldier horeh

and wU occur

First Presbyterian



IMiolnnuor'a i the nil no tn finl the

!st makes and most popular p.aCoa ori ,l
,. , ; of the lady n
dies and childr. snees. Ad.
' f - that he first i

p; jt i.n t an Wastman, it isn't a
..oduli. K'o.laks' and Brownies, all sizes
nd prices, at tJerig's drmrstorcs. Ad.

Rexull Tan and Freckle Lotion is


externa application for

Man. Lvery year, his regiment came
land spent a week Tenting on the Old,

not far from the Home

m question. It was there

that he fir?,; mi the beautiful maiden,

j whose teasing brother called, ner
i Kathleen Mavoureen.

in i sunburn, at Gerig' drug-

R IT A man that's hard to
shoes'." Let us "give you a. fit."
tie's Shue Parloi. i-s-tii

fit in

I Melba face prej,a at uns are new ar ar-j
j ar-j rival at the Court Pharmacy. Just
! look around on entering the store anl
you will see them.- Ady.

rMnail new cottage tor rent, eleclrb eleclrb-jigthed,
jigthed, eleclrb-jigthed, soft of eity water. o per

ihtnth. 110't south ornn

street. 5 5 tit

Mr. T. Vs. Bridges was in

ville yesterday, wnor' 1
squad of prisoners to
South Florida.

hand concert last night drew a
iisdieiu-e. and t!ie bandsmen gave
hearer- some splendid music.

Jackson- w;ng t the fact that the grass was

i e went for a i wet. the kids were not as lively as

take them to usual and the people wet
1 i hea r the music.

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"lie saw her Inst in the Good Old
Sumnvy I'lnif. on A Perfect Day and
was smitten at first sight. He was in introduced
troduced introduced to her one evening After the
Ball Vaa tiver,
"Byery day he brought her Hoses or
a Sweet Bunch of Palsies.
"At Jant he found courage to press
hU wult. The maiden listened to him
kindly, but gave him no encourage;
ment. She told him s-hc, referred
Life on the Ocean "V-uve to being the
bride o a siJdUv. She said her chief

better able j wish Vud always been Sailing, Sailing Sailing-'
' Sailing-' v.ver the Ocean Blue. Then she added,

blushing, that sho inought she might
have oiiw yet. for there was a sailor
Out On the Deep.

i can bear no more, he cried, in

an agitated manner, 'Good Night Dear.'

lie turned away with an aching

heart. Life held no more pleasure for

him. In his desperation he enlisted as

a soldier In the Philippines, taking

with him, as the only mementu of his

lost love The Last Rose of Summer.

which had fallen from her hair, at 1

the constant memory of her voice so J

! Sweet anil Low. He performed woi-i

derful deeds of valor for the Star

Spangled Banner, and alt the world
rang; with h name, but he could not
forget his sorrow.
"One day he received a letter and out
of it fell a Blue Bell. I Love You

I iruiv fsaiu intf letter; oeane every

other image is blurred, and I have
come to feel that any home with you
would be Home, Sweet Home.
"So the romance that threatened to
be sad turned out happily after all.
and the gallant soldier boy and his
Annie Laurie are married now and
live with The Old Folks at Home."
To give variety to this program

some of the songs were illustrated by

humming accompaniments w.-iich was
done by Mrs. II. M. Hampton. Mrs. Goin

and Miss Porter. Others were illus

trated by violin and piano or in pan

tomime. Miss Stovall dressed in yel-

( low messaline with a large bunch of

daisies acted perfectly the Sweet

Bunch of Daisies and Miss Johnson in
yellow cleverly carried out The Iat
Rose of Summer.

J Master William P.cttc.s, me hand hand-ome
ome hand-ome son o. the hostess, made a hit

j with t tit? audience when he appeared
dressed as a soldier man and in panto panto-t
t panto-t mime acting Ragtime Soldier Man. He
also illustrated the Star Spante
'.Banner by waving a large ng of the
Stars and Strides. Concluding the
i muiiwai romance was a 'tableau repre

senting "Old Folks at Home." Dainty
little Virginia Beckham was dres j
as a colonial dame and Master Kic.iey
as a colonial man. Tney occupied the
front of the sta;e and grouped in the
background were the oth-rs taking
part. In; addition to this treat an ar

tists musical program wa given m

which Prof. Abbott, a eenius with his
violin. Mfss Van Engelken and Miss

Porter took part.

Mrs. Richey and Mrs. Knight were

showered with congratulations upon

selecting sueh a thoroughly delightful

.Mrs. Allen, who has been the wlntar

guest of her daughter, Mrs. James

Taylor, left yesterday for her home in
Chattanooga, Tenn, Mrs. Taylor and
sweet little daughter accompanied Mrs.
Allen to Jacksonville.
Miss Kathleen Sanders of Spartan

burg, S. C, who has been viisting hr

sister, Mrs. Donald Fraser r-eturned
home this afternoon.

ur. Hubbard, a prominent yaui

physician of Bushnell, accompanied

in? ovety uncle were in ucaia rnprs-

day evening. Dr, Hubbard comlnd to

attend the medtcal society meeting

the banquet at the Harrington. Mrs

Hubbard was before her marriage Miss
Pearl Harrison, a sister of Mrs. B. YV.
Blount of Jacksonville.



Mr. and Mrs. James F. Johnson and

daughter Miss Sarah, are the guests

today of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Spencer A

and family at their home on the gulf,

They wil return home Monday.

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where Mr. Rentz

will transact business for the Ocala IV

Northern Railroad. From there they
will go to Westf Baden, Ind., where Mr.

Rentz will take a short course of treat

ment at the famous springs.

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Harry Irving Greene
Author of
Ttie Lash of Circumstance,"
"Barbara of the Snows"
(Copyright, 1312, by Harry Irving Green)
The Story of North.
Sorao teres hour? later and by tha
early moonlight the planes began to
Etrargle tack. One by one, Li twos
and toiall companies, the:r arose ovf.-r
the crest again and settled softly
upen the ground at the place frorn
whence they had started, until all
were accounted for with the excep exception
tion exception of North and his big blue Flyer.
Those cf the returned aviators who
had stuck the longest In the chaco
reported that the last they had ecen
of th rrisniriT one he was stiJi in pur pursuit
suit pursuit tf the fugitive, flying swiftly and
steadily beneath the 2ret pale moon moonlight
light moonlight and apparently ctill holding his
own. A3 for the"-selves, tley had at
last realized tio impossibility of over overtaking
taking overtaking the apparently exhausciess
creature that r.iht, and a3 their ma-
chine3 wore bgicning to suffer from
divers corpiainf as a rcnult cf the
long, rrr'tlling run, they tad deemed
'd"i3avIe to return for repairs while
they could, and alao that tlicy
might held c council of war a? to what
thny should do next. In regard to
North they expressed considerable
concern, tha fato cf Putnam bciig
still fresh in thtir minds. The dad
man bad been ?3 skillful a3 the br.t
of them, as well mounted, and bad
had the advantage of full daylight in
bis duel with the incomparable; fiy-n
man-bird, yet the latter had at all
time's held him at hia mercy. For
North, therefore, to follow him alone
through tha uncertain shimmer of the
moonlight with a machine that must
bo suffering for rest, oil and adjust adjustment,
ment, adjustment, and especially when it was
known that his enemy had owl eyes
by dark, was on every hand conceded
to be foolhardiness even by these
men whose daily business was the
risking of their lives; a foolhardiness
not consistent with the missing one's
every-day level-headed judgment. It
was generally conceded that In the
excitement of the chase and dazzled
by the size of the reward he had for forgotten
gotten forgotten his ordinary good judgment
and had been lured on by the flying
devil to unequal combat, and it was
promptly decided that if he bad not
returned by morning a scout should
be made for him far and wide.
But return In the morning he did,
jaded and weary eyed, and merely
shaking his head In a negative reply
as to whether he had had any luck
he left bis machine in the care of a
mechanician and went straight to his
hotel for breakfast and a nap. At
eleven o'clock, however, he arose as
fresh as ever and started back for the
field. March's office happening to be
upon his route, be stepped inside for
a moment's chat with his old chum.
Alan was delighted at his safe return.
"Tell me about it," he urged.
The aviator laughed carelessly. "Oh,
I was compelled to give it up at last
and come down on those mountain
tops by moonlight. Say, they were
not exactly designed for alighting
upon by an aeroplane, were they? Bad
landing place, bad shook things up
quite a bit but escaped serious dam damage.
age. damage. Yes, I had quite a night of it."
He suddenly seemed to think of some something
thing something else, changed the subject and
became enthusiastic. "By George, old
fellow, that was a smashing pretty
girl you had with you yesterday, that
Miss Fulton. Yours?" March sighed
and shook his head dolefully.
"No. The field is open so far as I
know. Want to enter your name?"
North threw back his head and
laughed, showing his perfect teeth.
" 'Fraid they'd scratch me as a
ringer. Fact is, I am engaged to an another
other another one just about as pretty as she
i3 and fully as sweet. That's the rea reason
son reason I am in this high flying business
not for love of it, I assure you, but
for the coin of the realm that is to be
made out of it. You see I would not
be contented unless I could have Clare
that's her name, by the way step stepping
ping stepping along as high as the rest of
them and wearing just as good things,
and the only way I could think up
whereby I could get the price in a
short time was by skyscraping. She
set up an awful holler when I told
her what I was going to do. but I
went at it just the same, because
there was no way out of it. And if
I land that million do you know the
first thing I am going to do?"
"Get married, of course."
"Nope, that would be the second.
First thing would be to buy an ax
and chon that Blue Drason of mine
into silvers and then burn tne silvers.
I love the eld girl all right, but she's
a wanton and a devil when she gets
to going and she'll lead me to destruc destruction
tion destruction yet If I don't quit her cold first.
So I'd take the ax and put temptation
behind me with one fell swipe. Then
I'd marry Clare in peace and live
happily ever afterwards, and if I ever
wanted any more excitement I'd learn
submarine diving I've had enough
of being up high. But just because
I'm engaged to a girl wisom I would
not trade for all the- rest of them put
together, that don't crevent me from
appreciating some Otner tnorougnoreir
msn stepper wnen i see ner. n m
my innate lovo of the beautiful crop cropping
ping cropping cut, you know, and besides that
I am a normal human male animal.
Hope 1 will meet her again before I
leave or get killed." March nodded
and turned to the telephone.
'Tpecial 123," he call3i to the oper oper-ntcr.
ntcr. oper-ntcr. North grew suspicious upon the
"Now look here, March," he expos expostulated.
tulated. expostulated. "I am no Buttinski, and if
eke is ycurs just tay tho word and
"Keep ?till, you idiot. She is an answering
swering answering now." He faced tha 'phone
again and began speaking, evidently
In reply.
"Yes. it la I and I am cuite well,


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by th? vay, 1 nave
the- o.Tie.i ibis minute
!, en aUrrcu aviator

i t.?r i'i
rr u d t r.
no: unfrlJ
:k you n:.h
i-r.ff'y thij morning. I
12 .-i stcrj to toil, tut he
J it to me. However, I
ht coax it out of him.
sentimental about you.
is r-'j'l
you know.
' At-
"They've Cot Him! They've Got
"an:" exclaimed Doris irera her
end of the wire.
"You pup," gritted North from his
chair. All undisturbed, March con continued
tinued continued maliciously:
"Yes, he i? greatly taken. Says you
remind him of the girl ho is engaged
to and want3 to tell you about her."
Ah!" breathed the girl in evident
relief. "I shall be more than pleased
to listen. Also, I want to hear about
the case from him. You must bring
him up."
"I will do so with all the resicna-
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t:on ana misgivings or wmca i am j
capable. He i going back to the field

right r.C7- and I have decided to ac accompany
company accompany him and shew him your
house. Ha ta'ys he will stop in for
a few moments on his way with your
"Liar." hissed the listener. "But I
will, juEt to spite you. You can't bluff
me that way."
Dori3 seemed genuinely pleased at
the announcement- "By all means
come both of you. And if you hurry
you will bo just in time for lunch
light and cold, you know just a few
mouthfuls and a cup of tea. I am
going to ring off cow before you have
a chance to decline. Goodby." The
receiver clicked in the hook and she
was gone. March turned to his friend
with a grin.
"We are elected to go at once and
have a few bites of lunch before you
pass on to your machine. She hung
up the receiver on me before I got a
chance to consult you about it So I
suppose we might a3 well be on our
way." He banged down his desk, put
on his hat and left the office.
Doris met them at the door frankly
pleased to see them, wonderfully
tempting in her soft morning gown
that floated about her light as a sum summer
mer summer cloud. Exceedingly dainty and
pretty she was, but Alan was quick
to notice the faint, dark half circles
that underscored her eyes and which
bespoke another night of ill rest She
led them directly to the light dining
room with its plain, solid oak furni furniture,
ture, furniture, and seated them at the table at
once. "I was afraid that Mr. North
might be impatient to get back to hla
machine, so I thought we would have
our luncheon first and our chat after afterwards
wards afterwards that he might not feel that I
was delaying matters. I realize that
he feels that he should be prepared
to leave upon a minute's notice at all
times. Anyway we can talk more or
less as we nibble. Do you know"
she turned the tea with a wrist so
rounded and altogether fascinating
that they watched it as if spellbound
"that I imagine I feel somewhat as
the southern women did during our
Civil war when their men folks were
marching away to defend their homes?
All houses were cpen to the soldiers
then, and while you gentlemen of the
air are here risking your lives for our
protection, we women should be hap happy
py happy to do everything in our power to
make your stay as pleasant as pos possible.
sible. possible. I want you to come straight
here whenever jou feel inclined and
bring any friends you may wish to
with you. Now tell me about the
chase.". North laughed belittlingly.
"There isn't anything in particular to
tell except that the creature we wTere
after and myself sat it out together
all night." He attacked his sandwich
"And what happened?" breathed the
"I suppose I might as well tell the
story at once and be through with it.
You saw the first part of the chase
when he led us around that big loop
to see what kind of stuff was in us,
so I need not go into that. It was
just the same thing all the way
around, anyway. Of course when that
mortar sent him pinwheeling through
tho air we felt considerably encour encouraged,
aged, encouraged, but he wasn't hurt a bit and
kept on as fast as before, keeping his
distance ahead of us almost to a rod
and leaving us as much in doubt as
ever as to whether he was doing his
best or just flirting with us. Just a
we got over the mountains some of
tho boys got discouraged and opened
fire on him you should have heard
those peak echoes come back at us.
II a was so far ahead that it was
merely wasting ammunition to shoot,
yet there was a bare chance of land landing
ing landing him so the rest of us cut loose
in order if somebody happened to drop
him we could all have a claim on the
reward, since nobody would be able
to swear which bullet 'did the work.
Of course we did not get him, so we
kept on with the chase. It got dusk
pretty soon after that, and for a while
wo bad a hard time keeping him In
sight, but presently the moon arose
and that gave us light enough for all
practical purposes. It certainly was
an eerie sight to see that old bat bat-winged
winged bat-winged party ahead scudding through
the moonlight like one of those funny
things you sometimes dream about
after a rarebit. For the first time
in my life the creeps came along my
back felt like frozen footed caterpil caterpillars
lars caterpillars werti crawilng up and down me.
Presently I looked around and saw
that the rest of the fellows had
turned back, but I thought I would
go on for a little while longer just on
a bare chance. So I did."
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We have several Pianos, recently
rebuilt, that are nearly as good as
new, as low as $100.00 each.
Organs as low as $15.00 each.
Easy terms.

in house furnishings are in demand
by those of artistic tastes. A visit
here will disclose
but not overly dear. Merit I3 what
wins these days, and It's only merit
that gives us our liberal patronage.

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An elegant line of lawyers' manu
script covers, In any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
10 Whom It May Concern:
Notice is hereby given that during
the ensuing session of the legislature
of the state of Florida, and sixty (CO)
days after the first publication of this
notice, application will be made, by
the introduction of bills in said legis legislature,
lature, legislature, for the extension of the city
limits of the city of Ocaia. & munici municipal
pal municipal corporation, under the laws of the
state "of Florida, as follows. Said
boundary lines to be established as
commencing at tne southwest cor- j
ner of the northwest juarter of sec- i
tion nineteen, in township fifteen,
south, range;r-two east. Marion
county. Florida, thence running noith
with the range line one hundred and
sixty chains to the northwest corner
of the southwest quarter of section
seven, t.nence running 'east through
the center of sections seven and eight,
one hundred and fifty-seven chains to
the northeast corner of the southeast
suarter of section eight, thence south
one hundred and sixty chains to the
northeast corner of lot two (2) in
section twenty, thence running west
one hundred and fifty-seven chains to
the place of beginning containing
four square miles more or Icf.3.
Notice is also given that after sixty
days from the first publication of this
notic-, application will be made, by
the introduction of a bill during the
ensuing session of the legislature, to
extend the city limits on the east of
the city of Ocala. a municipal corpor corporation
ation corporation organized and existing under
tr,f laa'S nf the fat6 r,t VI nri.-l a t r
Silver ti-.T-in" Marion ronntv Vlnr.
..ner 1.,,.-, .uinon count), i:ior-
and the nosed boundary
t reof as follows:
Commencing at the southwest cor corner
ner corner of sccikm nine, in township fif fifteen,
teen, fifteen, south, rariffe iwpnty-t vo, eat,
thence running east one mile to x.t
southeast corner of said section nine,
thence running in northeasterly dlrec-
tion to the northwest
corner or the
the northeast
of sail town-
southeast quarter
M-iarter of section
ship and range, thence running east
one-half mile to the northeast corner
of the southwest quarter of ih; north northwest
west northwest quarter of section eix, townshio
fifteen, range twent y-thre. east.
I thence running south one-half mile to
the southeast corn
aer of the northwest
authwest quarter of
;er of the g
said section six .thence running west
one-half mile to the southwest corner
of the northeast corner of the south-ei-t
quarter of section one. in town town-ship
ship town-ship fifteen, range twenty-two. east,
thence running in a southeasterly di direction
rection direction to the southeast corner of the
southwest quarter of the northwest
1'iarter of section fifteen. In townshin
'fifteen, range twenty-two. east,
wp.-t on ami or.e-frmrth milf. to th
west line of section sixteen, thence
ginnins-. B. A. Weathers.
President of the City Council
Attest: H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.


& MacKAY
WO'T III 11 X,
WonJc-r what it is? Why It'3 noth nothing
ing nothing more than one of those
$ tM-: mi 1 11 mo.v miiis
that we want you to come in and
buy. They are "things of beauty
and a joy forever." At the same'
time buy one of our
You can do more sleeping in a night
on one of these mattresses than you
can in a year on some "body killers"
we know of.
t -1r--?:; .1 J
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4 9 A I
fayc: "It is a wie precaution ajaiust getting
.o!ea in iiia;e ho--iery to powder the sttoea
Uf.-ire j.iittin,' on.' ifaiiy people itprinkle
t!.; f iiiiom arit:-ep:!c powder, Allen's Foot-E&f,
hi:o the tU-, mid find that it eave iu coat ten
tin:es ovtr in pinj hoies from hoe ierjr a well
leen:r.2 f net ion and consentient ttuartitiz
! and kchkig of t!ie feet.
Creditors, legatees, distributees and
all persons having claims or demands
against the estate of William Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, late of Ocala. Florida, are called
upon to present th,em within two years
from this date to the undersigned.
Ocala.. Fla.. Dec. 31st, 191?.
Rebecca W. An1ersoi,
Executrix of the Will of William .!?-
derson. Deceased.
1-10-17-24-32 7-14-21-28
Notic- U herv;' given to all credit creditors,
ors, creditors, legate.:.-, distributees and all other
S ersons having claims ar.d demand
against the estate of Albert L Uarber.
deceased, to present sail claims duly
proven to the undersigned witnin one
year from the date of the first publica publication
tion publication of thie notice, to-wit: January
20th. 1912. D. A. Smith.
As Administrator Estate of Albert Z
Barber. Deceased.
Ocala. Florida. Jan. 30, 1812.
Of Final Settlement nnd DUrbary
Notice is hereby tdven that on the
ih day of July, A. D. 1913, the under undersigned
signed undersigned will present my accounts ai4
vouchers to the Judge of probate in
and for Marion county, Florida, at his
. '"" iri ,Jcaia, ana will make my
.-..i-.n,,,, ,, .(1i ..,i.. ,J
! a-vvn r uis
Ird day of January, A. D. 1913.
, , U. A. Smith,
As Administrator of the Estate of A.
U Darber.
Notice 13 hereby given to all cre
itors. legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de demands
mands demands against the estate of Selwyn E.
Kowe. deceased, to present said claims
duly proven to the undersigned within
two years from the date of the first
publication of thlz notic?. to-wit: Sep September
tember September 20th. 19K'. Marv 11. Unzi
j Administratrix of the Estate cf fe'elwyn
i K. .Rowe. Deceased.
' Careful Estimates Ma 3 8 on All Con-
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than iy other
ion tractor tn the dtr.