The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


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

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VOL. 20.
NO. 164


AT i
Over Kleven Hundred Million Dollars
a Year Needed to Keep His
Household in (Juration
Washington, Dec. 2. Congress is j
asked to appropriate just $1,10S.- j
OS 1,7 7 7 to operate the government
or' the United States during the fiscal j
year 1513 according to estimates




preparea dv eaca ueparmieui ana ; VSVTjt VSVTjt-sent
sent VSVTjt-sent to the House yesterday by Sec- fc, UL.
retary McAdoo of the treasury. i

With this vast sum the govern government
ment government will maintain the battleships
and forts and the armies in the states
and in the countries that border the ;
seven seas; it will keep the scales of j
justice balanced; endeavor to retain
the friendship of foreign nations,
look after domestic prosperity and
seek at intervals to discover new i
in which to better health, im-l
prove Jiving conditions ana mvesu-
gate the merits of the thousand new j
things in industry and commerce j
that come to its attention. j
The estimates submitted are $22, $22,-864,067
864,067 $22,-864,067 in excess of the appropria appropriations
tions appropriations for the last fiscal year, but
their total falls 139,255,066 below
the estimates for that year. Ex Exclusive
clusive Exclusive of the postoffice the estimates
are as follows:
Legislative establishment $7,533, $7,533,-331;
331; $7,533,-331; executive establishment, $30, $30,-90S,26S;
90S,26S; $30,-90S,26S; judicial establishment, $1, $1,-242,110;
242,110; $1,-242,110; department of agriculture,
$19,061,332; foreign intercourse;
$4,447,042; military establishment,
$105,937,544; naval establishment.
$139,831,953; postoffice department,
including parcel post, $306,953,117;
Indian affairs, $10,20S,S65; pen pensions,
sions, pensions, $169,150,000; public works,
$97,917,592; miscellaneous, $S4, $S4,-393,213;
393,213; $S4,-393,213; permanent annual appro appropriations,
priations, appropriations, $131,196,407.
Has Nearly Half a Million Dollar;
Ileeommended for Her Rivers
and Harbors
Washington, Dec. 2. Florida has
fared very well in the government
estimates for harbor and river im improvements
provements improvements for the next fiscal year.
The estimates sent to Congress yes yesterday
terday yesterday by Secretary McAdoo include
the following:
For government postoffice at Pa Pa-latka,
latka, Pa-latka, $3,000.
For the improvement of St. Lucie i
Inlet, $100,000.
For additional work in St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg harbor, $1,500.
For continuing work in Tampa
Bay, $6,000.
For removing water hyacinths
from various Florida rivers, $5,000.
For dredging work in the Apala Apala-chicola
chicola Apala-chicola river, $15,000.
For work on Black water river
For work on Holmes river, $3,0 00.
For deepening and clearing of the
St. Johns river, $300,000.
For work on channel from Clear Clearwater
water Clearwater harbor to Tampa Bay. $3. "00.
For improvement of Lake Cres Crescent
cent Crescent and Dunn's Creek channel. $3. $3.-000.
000. $3.-000. For work in Santa Rosa Sound,
$5,0 00.
For a new lighthouse on Florida
reef, $75,000.
For aids to navigation cn the St.
Johns river, $56,000.
For aids to navigation in Tampa
Bay, $12,000.
Try a Star Want Ad. It PAY is

What Wc Say it Is-

In -ret tor Mes-er Places Upon It the
(;okl Sea! of His Approval
(Times-Unicn Firing Line)
In an article to the Firing Line,
isome time since, noiei tommiiiiuu-
er Messer stated that he was prepar preparing
ing preparing to issue to hotels inspected bj
him an inspection certificate showing
v. tif.romi o (r r o r a tVm from a
j point of efficiency, stating that to the
I hotel making a score of 95 to 100 he
would issue certificate bearing a
gold seal; tc the one making S5 to
95 he would issue a certificate bear-
ting a silver seal and a red seal to the
hotel making 75 to 84 and a plain
seal to the one making a score of
from 60 to 74, and that a plain cer certificate
tificate certificate bearing no seal at all would
be issued to all hotels inspected that
did not make a score higher than 5:
Since the Firing Line has taken an
active interest in the passage of the
hotel inspection law and has seen the
great gool that can be derived from
its enforcement for the traveling
men, we are reproducing herewith a
photograph of and a synopsis of the
first gold seal certificate issued to a
hotel by Hotel Commissioner Mes Mes-.ser.
.ser. Mes-.ser. This certificate was issued to
the Harrington Hall hotel at Ocala
which, according to the inspection
certificate, is really a 100-point or
gold seal hotel and one that caters
especially to the traveling men. As
can be seen by the certificate, it is
really a gold -seal hotel.
European Hotel Inspection.
City or town, Ocala.
Date of, November 22, 1913.
inspector, A. L. Messer.
Name of hotel, Harrington Hall.
Proprietor, R. S. Hall L. M. Gib Gibson,
son, Gibson, manager.
Number of rooms, 75.
Per- Neces- Al-
fect sary lowed

b m re mm k

Personnel 2 0 2
Office 4 2 4
Water Supply 5 2 5
Baths, washrooms . 7 3 7
Sewerage disposal . 6 3 6
Bedrooms 10 6. 10
Halls and Stairs... 7 3 7
Surroundings .... 4 2 4
Total equipment score 4 5
Per- Neces- Al
feet sary low
Fersonnel 5 2 5
Office 5 3 5
Water suply. dl'vry. 5 3 5
Baths, Washrooms S 4 S
Sewerage disposal .7 4 7
Bedrooms 10 6 10
Halls and stairs. ..10 5 1"
Surroundings .... 5 2 5
Total method score 55
Total score, 1'"'0 per cent.
Score: 95 to 100, gold seal.
Score: S5 to 9 4. silver seal.
Score: 75 to S4. red seal.
Score: 6" to 74. plain seal.
Plaii certificate granted all hoti




reacning necessary score on an es-;
, 4
sential points. Total to be not less
In a letter to Sam Ditto's Firing
Line in the Times-Union, State Hotel
Inspector Messer gives the following
lescription of Ocala's Harrington
Hall, conceded to be the best hotel
jf its size in the state:
Eighty rooms, new hotel.
Furnishings new throughout.
All doors, windows and outside
openings well screened with copper
Doors and window screens hinged.
Steam heated, hot and cold water
and phones in all rooms.
Vacuum cleaner and elevator ser service.
vice. service. Walls perfectly sanitary, on wall
paper. Interior .painted with flat flat-koat
koat flat-koat washable oil paint.
Rooms 206, 20S, 214,
230 with private baths;
with Circassian, walnut.
21S and
brass beds
i and birdseye furniture;
with new felt mattresses, writing
desks, grip stands and complete in
all details. Condition, A No. 1.
Rooms 201, 202. 220. 222, 224,
226, 22S, 234, 236, 23$,. 24S, 250,
205, 207, 229, 243, with connecting
baths. Furnished with new mahog mahogany
any mahogany and oak furniture, brass and ve veneer
neer veneer martin beds, felt mattresses,
Hot and cold water and all the
necessary equipments that ere up
to-date and modern. Condition, A
No. 1.
Rooms 204, 210. 216, 240, 242,
244, 246, 203, 211, 227, 245, 247,
249 without baths, hot and cold wa
ter, furnished like rooms with con
necting baths. Condition A No. 1
Third floor: Rooms 306, 308, 312,
314, 31 S, 330 with private baths
Furnished with mahogany furniture.
felt mattresses, brass beds. Condi
tion A No. 1.
Rooms 301,
326, 328, 332,
350, 305, 307,
necting baths,
302, 320. 322, 324
u .J -t uuD, ooo, o-to,
343, witn con-
furnishei with ma
hogany furniture, felt mattresses
brass beds. Condition A-l.
Rooms, 304,
316, 340, 342
311, 325, 327
344, 346. 303,
345, 347, 349,
turnisned same as
rooms with connecting baths. Con
dition A-l.
Lobby and front office in perfect
condition, tile floor, painted walls
and new furniture. Steel safe and
lockers for guests.
Writing' room perfect: eight pri private
vate private desks, notwithstanding the fact
that each bedroom has a writing
Dining room, perfect condition:
linen snow white and tile f.oor. and
well screened.
Kitchen in perfect condition, all
e;';uiiment and utensils new. Ice
boxes first class, well screened.
Genuine Thermos bottles from $3
down, at Tydings & Co.'s. 11-14-tf

Quality for quality and price for price. You can certainly buy to better advantage at
B. Goldman's than elsewhere. Not only will you find prices much to your liking, but there's an
unmistakable excellence of quality and style that foretells the lucky recipient's appreciation.
Cuff Buttons, Scaif Pfrs, Eiccch Ffr.s ficm fCc fo $5.
Solid Gold and Genuine Diamond Rings from $5 to $200.
Our Watches are well worth considering. Look them over and compare our prices with others.
Vre also have a few unredeemed Pledges of every description.
"Why Pay IVIore?" IB. Gol (domain.


Some Humorous ami Instructive
ecdt.tes by a Well Knawn
(Lester Warner in Field and Stream)
When I was a boy fishing was con considered
sidered considered a lazy man's job. The meth method
od method was to take a row boat, a cane
nole a tin can of worms, and row
' around the shore until you found the
blue-gill beds. Then overboard went (
an old plowpoint for anchor and you
were ready to begin operations. The
operations consisted of watching a
cork, as a horde of small-fry tweak-
" I I lit"- 11(1 1 I i 1 lllll llir- A i X-I .V 1"V V A
tfting upon the cussedness of the
The advent of the rod and reel
has changed all this, and now one
gets some action for his money.. The :
self-adulation he feels when he mak-1
es a skillful cast, and the frenzied ;
roar he lets out when he lands his

bait in the bushes, all help to enter-' tor was making a fish box. Now,
tain the oarsman, and if he gets a though he is a profound logician, yet
few bites, so much the better. j I am sure he is neverthegoshal-
I believe I must have had the spirit mightyless most execrable carpen carpen-when
when carpen-when quite young and long before ter in the world. I looked, he ran
we heard of such things as reels to the saw into a tenpenny nail with
troll the bait. I remember of get- a noise like a maiden aunt trying to
ting a very long pole and adding on sing, and then with joyous abandon,
a part of another, then with a line seized the hammer and struck his
and a small green frog I had a close thumb a reverberating whack,
approximation to a casting outfit, for t remonstrated with him, and
I could land the frog a long way tried in my feeble way to show him
from the boat and troll him in. how much better I could build a fish
I live quite near Pine Lake, Mich., DOX tnan he. This peeved him and

and, though I have seen many lakes
in many states, I know of none finer,
Ten years ago one could get plenty
of fun and plenty of fish, but now,
with the shore lined with summer re
rt cottages, and every foot of
water raked with all the painted de-
vices known to modern piscatorial
art, it isn't worth while to go out.
This state of affairs led me to go to
Florida, the sportsman's paradise,
and after a canvass of the state I
bought a winter home in the city of
Ocala, the best town in the best
ounty in the state. Nowhere can
they beat us for position, climate
and opportunity. One day I fish in
the Withlacoochee, which mingles1
its waters with the Gulf, and per
chance the nxt whip the Oklawaha
on its way to the Atlantic.
Then there is Blue Springs and

suver springs, six nines irom iu",;fears nothing, hardly waited for the
which come, up out of the ground ;rain t t hpfo hp draeee3 o-jt

and flow nine miles into the Okla
waha. and big enough and
enough to float a man-o-war.
river is so clear that you can see
small objects on the bottom sixty
fxof- Viol -. ijnnrf in rjKstinc vmi spp
. A ,
the fish charge out from under the
pad and take the bait.
Barber Joe and I were coming up
this run one afternoon in a little old
motor boat, and, dropping my bait
a Shakespeare-
nnrlpr come ovpr
ome over-
hanging bushes, I saw a
big fellow
charge out and nail it. The boat was
running fast up-stream and the fish
ran fast down-stream, but Joe slow slowed
ed slowed up the boat and I slowed up the
fish. Pull! well some! He went to
the bottom and hogged out all the
line and I was getting ready for a'
forceful remonstrance, but finally ;
turned him and he ran under a ledge

of limestone, where I felt sure he be leading one m, I would see half
wauli saw my line off. bur, glory be, a dozen whoppers darting after the
he didn't, and instead came out and bait projecting from the mouth of
went three feet into the air. I say the first candidate. Once I had hook hook-three
three hook-three feet, because all fishermen al- ed a fair-sized bass, perhaps three or
rays say their bass jumped that four pounds, when I saw a big one
high, but anyway, he jumped, and dart from under an old log and fol fol-that
that fol-that is what I am trying to get into low the first. The smaller one tore
your head. loose at close approach, and the big
Joe says, "Holy smoke! you got a one took the bait and was landed,
whangdoodler," and he was so, for He weighed eight pounds,
after he had had his little fling and On this trip we found the Withla-

got him in, he weighed twelve
Prices Add to

- -m
homeless knot in his line that would
not go thru the guides, so he told
Tim to keep close in. Tim knowing j
that I like sixty feet, steers a middle
-Well,," says the doctor, relapsing
into the vernacular of his trade,
"Why in Tophet don't you get in?"
"Yaas, sir, yaas, sir,
says Tim, I
but Sets nowhere in particular. j
The doctor turES on him in hih
dudgeon, and
says, "iim: you unre-
generate son of Ham, you defiant
abomination and descendant of Sa Satan,
tan, Satan, what do you mean by disregard disregarding
ing disregarding my order?"
"Well, sah, I knows you can kind-
ah holt yosef in, bein' a preacha,
out I haint so sure ob de jedge."
We fished the lake several days,
sleeping in a shack at night.,
The first morning I was awakened
by the sound of a hammer
The doc-
ne retired from action, and being
thus put, as it were on my mettle,
i went at it, dragged from under the
1 i10use a ron 0f wire netting, found
'some siats and pounded nails in un-
til I had what I called a pretty nifty
box.. Of course the doctor scoffed at
and-said it wouldn't hold whales,
; DUt 0I course, I knew there were un-
hoiv motives behind his skentcisini.
anci we'put it in the lake and turned
out our catch into it. It worked to
perfection: we fished till Saturday
night, and the fish in that box were
a signt. Six-pounders, seven-pound-
ers and one or two eight-pounders!
j RatlIPdav afternoon we were to so
. t. tVlQ 'inr. Wiiofl to nroanh
Sunday in Ocala, but just as we came
ashore a tremendous thunderstorm
Jcame up which frightened nigger
I Tim ohmit ctiff Tho finntnr who
jthe terrified Tim and touting to
i me to get ready and crank up, he
i and Tim went to get the fish from
! the box.
I Each grabbed an end to lift it to
'the plank, and just as it left the wa-
. ...
iter the bottom fell out and every fish
' skiddooed!
Thus may the fruits of my energy
; ya"-e ana viii cum to aauCS imu
.1 T II 3 fi nnlnr-tn c- i
r i i.:n i, V. ..
- lue uuuanoweu iuui:u ui cn.icsiasu-
cal error.
I have very little patience with the
doctor's iterations and reiterations
that I did not nail it up as he would
have done. Even Tim laughed the
loud laugh of scorn at what he con-
sMerei my Waterloo.
On this trip I landed two big
fish at one throw and did the trick
three times. Many times as I would
coochee choked with hyacinths three
the Pleasure ot

pounas. iou con t nna sucn Dass in raiies aoove uanneuea, ana were
the north, but in the lakes and forced to abandon our boat and
streams of Florida that is no unusu- forced to carry our stuff on foot thru
al size. I the jungle to Dunnellon, where the
I was fishing last summer on Half fish were pat on ice and that even even-Moon
Moon even-Moon Lake. My companion was Dr. ;ing distributed to our Ocala friends.
Warren, whose occupation is against; But now about this prize fish, I
him, being a clergyman, but never- j know well enough that lots of big
theless. one of the best all-around ; gsh leal in tamely and come to the
men I know, and we had a little nig- j gaff like a chunk of pork, .but this
ger, Tim, to row. The doctor had a ; one was a sure 'nuff sport. I was

. TV 1 -S

fishing with Judge Will Hocker, of
Ocala, and our boatman was Jake
Hudwell, one of the best men with
ia boat I know of, and a great hunter.
' r -w -r a i
.vir. tiocKer nas a canvas ooai, ana
when in action he continually has an
insane fear that I will catch a big
fish, get excited and tip his boat
over. He little knows how careful I
am and hold this fear on general
We loaded my little car up with
boats, oars, ice, frying pan, lard, and
about two hundred other things and
drove out to some small lakes 25 or
30 miles away and covered two or
three lakes with indifferent success.
We caught plenty or small bass of
one or two pounds but no large ones.
Mr. Hocker was continually talking
about a lake somewhere that was
full of whoppers, but inasmuch as
he is a lawyer, I paid very little at attention
tention attention to what I considered merely
semi-professional yarns, possibly, in
a way, excusable in a lawyer.
"I say let's cut this out and get
over to Little Prairie Lake. I want
you to get a winner today," suggest suggested
ed suggested Mr. Hocker.
We were fishing then in a small
bayou of a rambling shallow lake.
! and as I was about to dissent, Jake
yelled, "Ketch that little 'gator 'gator-There
There 'gator-There lay, only a few yards awaj a.
tiny 'gator about eight inches long.
Turning I threw for him, landing
a few inches beyond and giving a
quick jerk, snagged him.
The little rascal came in making
a piteous croaking and was deposited
in the boat and he continued to grunt
a complaining "Eoumph! Eoumph!"
Directly we noticed a slight ripple ripple-not,
not, ripple-not, far off and Jake yelled, "Look
out for the old lady!" And sure
enough, there lay a fourteen-foot
'gator looking our way.
She lay inactive a moment,' gazing
at us in our innocence and purity,
but on hearing the plaintive calls of
her offspring she moved slowly to.--ward
"Git out, you old hell hound,"
shouted Jake, but the ancient sau
rian wouldn't "git." She swam slow slowly
ly slowly until within about twenty feet of
the boat and dived. We felt the frail
canvas boat oscillate as her huge
bulk heaved the water underneath
"Back water," cried Mr. Hocker,
being in the stern.
"Pull ahead," I yelled, inasmuch
as I was in front and nearest shore.
The old she-'gitor came up near nearby
by nearby and eyed us viciously, .but Mr.
Hocker, with the marvelous instinct
of a lawyer, snatched his notebook
and made out a bill for $68.34 for
saving her child from drowning, up upon
on upon seeing which she sank, and I
think, died, We decided at once to
go away from there.
We had left our auto at Jake's'and
loaded our plunder into his one one-horse
horse one-horse wagon, and into this we now
piled our stuff. It was the middle
of the day and hot, fearfully hot! I
told the boys they were welcome to
all the honors due cn their blooming
I lake, wherever it was and rolled into
j lhe back erid of the wagon to sieep
For bedding I had two oars, a box
of ice and a bag of wet fish, and thus
slept comfortably for days, it seem seemed
ed seemed to me.. I have no idea which way
we went,. nor how far, but was awak awakened
ened awakened by the sound of Jake's rifle as
he took a shot at a big 'gator out in
the lake, and the boys said he "had "had-got
got "had-got there."
The sun was low and the air was
cool and my interest came back. So
(Concluded on Page Two)

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Odd Fellows meet tonight.

Council meets this evenin:

MA X V J ; ESI : I i V A I I ON s

.Moose meet Thursday evening.

The county boards are in session.

Oat seed from other states are un uncertain
certain uncertain in Florida. 11-21-tf

Seats for Creatore's concert are
selling fast at the Court Pharmacy.
Secure yours early.

We have it, the latest style en engraving,
graving, engraving, "Astor Text." Gerig's Drug
Store. 11-17-tf

J Manager Gibson of the Harrington
! Hall hctel has a great many reser

vations for guests who will be with
him at intervals through the winter.
Among these are D. B. Wentz of
Seranton, Pa.; Perry Clark of Phil Philadelphia;
adelphia; Philadelphia; D. X. Satch of Boston; W.
A. McGuire and wife of Chicago, and
Dr. Tenbrook of McLean, 111. Sev Several
eral Several large automobile parties have
included Ocala and the Harrington
in their itinerary and will see the
advantages of this section, many of
them for the first time.

Mr. B. F. Borden returned Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning from a business trip to
St. Petersburg.

Carter's bread, cakes, etc., are
made with machinery and baked by
steam. 11-5-tl

Mr. Z. C. Chambliss made a bus business
iness business visit to Webster yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon and returned today.


The latest style engraving, "Astor
Text," can be seen at Gerig's Drug
store. 11-17-tf

FOR SALE Two good work
mules; cheap, or given in exchange

for sood Florida grown hay. The

John Dozier Co. 12-2-6t
f"' Mr. Edward Tucker returned Sun-

Iay morning fromlTampa, where he,
s went to drive a Ftrd car whichhara
been sold to Tampa parties. .""

Oysters and sea food specialties of
11 kinds. Also a la carte service at
Keating's.- 11-11-tf

Mr. R. E. Yonge is much cast
down over his failure to get a blue
ribbon or other recognition on his
tcter display at the Marion County
Fair, and says what is the use to try
to raise taters in this county where
every other fellow raises more and
bigger ones. He thought he had a
cinch on his sixty-five pounds from
four hills, raised in a corner of his
yard, but there were so many bigger
and better ones there that they evi evidently
dently evidently did not see him. This all
goes to show that this is some coun-

, ty for raising sweet potatoes.

Rev. J. B. Ley will leave for con conference
ference conference Monday. His friends hope
lie will be returned to Ocala for an another
other another year.

Mr. D. H. Kirkland of the Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha Farms was in town yesterday
and informed the Star that the Edi Edison
son Edison moving picture people would
take views of the big Kyle & Kirk Kirkland
land Kirkland plantations and Capt. J. B.
Martin's turpentine farms near Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha Wednesday. The Edison
people will be here tonight and leave
Silver Springs for the farms on the
gasojine boat Sharpshooter, Captain
Mills, tomorrow morning. The pic pictures
tures pictures will be used in promoting the
great reclamatian work of which
Kyle & Kirkland are doing such a
large share.

Always here with the newest. Ask
to see the "Astor Text" engraving at
Ceris's Rrtrg-StoTe": lUlJ-tf

Our form

r 1 1 : a : t

Wheeler, now of Murfreesboro,

Term., is at Clndlerfor a few days,

( looking after flLa'nne grove and en

Njoying the fishing.

Ifoubuy oat seed, be sue to buy

the genuin&Eioxidtr'Taised 90-day
? or Rust Proof.

Creatore and his band arrived this
noon from the South, and are pre preparing
paring preparing to give one of their splendid
concerts at the Temple tonight.

Watch for Little's chewing gum.

There are "strings" attached. One
string will make you the owner of a
fine horse, buggy and harness. Can
be found at Tompkins & Cobb's
stables. 12-l-6t

Our Tulip Linen pound paper with
envelopes to match is unexcelled and
one trial will convince you. Sold in
Ocala only at Gerig's Drug Stores, tf

Tickets are on sale at the Court
Pharmacy for the moving picture
show, "The Last Days of Pompeii,"
at the Temple Thursday night. This
is one of the greatest picture stories
ever put on a film.

The gentleman who bragged yes yesterday
terday yesterday that he had just bought the
votes of two darkeys in the coming
municipal election, wasn't working
for the white primary candidates.

Moviim Picture. ( t Marion County to
lx Sir mil All Over the lnited
Stmt'- by the Montgomery
Mr. A. G. Ken:, representative of
the Montgomery Amusement Co.,
appeared before the meeting of the

board of governors ot the Board of
Trade Monday evening with the
pioposition of his company to give
this section some of the most effica efficacious
cious efficacious advertising it can have.
Mr. Kent proposes to have pic pictures
tures pictures taken of the best scenes in
Ocala and surrounding country and
shown to the people in the. moving
picture theaters served by his com company.
pany. company. The film will then become the
property of the Marion County Board
of Trade, to use as it sees fit.
The plan met the approbation of
the governors, who passed a resolu resolution
tion resolution endorsing it in the strongest
It is easy to see that this form of
advertising is the most effective that
can be designed. All over the
country are people who have heard
of Florida and are anxious to visit
the state, and the indisputable evi

dence of the camera before their
eyes will confirm them in the belief
of the attractions and advantages
they hope to see.
As soon as the picture film is
turned over to the Board of Trade, it
will become a most valuable asset. It
can be sent to any point with any
citizen or booster of Ocala who de desires
sires desires to use it in illustration, and as
moving picture machines are found
everywhere the material for a most
convincing lecture on Florida will

always be to hand.
It is Secretary Rooney's desire to
go out through the northwestern
states next year and do missionary
work for this part of Florida. This

film would be the most convincing
testimony he can take to back up
the eloquent talks we all know he
can make. Others of our promoters
are willing to use the film in the
same way.
The amount to pay for the pic pictures
tures pictures must be raised by subscription,
and a number of our prominent citi citizens
zens citizens have decided to help on it. Mr.
Ed. Bennett of the Temple theater
started the ball to rolling by a cash
subscription of $23 and an offer to
give 50 per cent of the receipts for
three nights when the pictures are
run in Ocala, which will be a big
help if our people are patriotic and
turn out well to see them.

And We'll Do flue Rest

We will send for your clothes and launder them as
they should be laundered, returning them to your
home as quickly as first-class work can be turned out.
Our machinery is all of the latest make, which practi practically
cally practically eliminates the possibility of injuring even the
most delicate fabrics.

m mow

11IMW ,y


(Continued from First Page)

A. B. Sansom, the well known
sign artist ,has again taken charge
of the sign department for the Dodge
Sign Company. 12-1-Ct


Dr. Blackiston, who has been al almost
most almost blinded so long, is here from
Jacksonville where he is undergo undergoing
ing undergoing treatment. "Doc" has been much
benefited and has every prospect of
soon being able to see well. He will
probably return to Jacksonville to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. He is as happy as a lark
and his friends rejoice with him.


Mr. Sam Teague, an enterprising
young traveling man, is a guest of
the Ocala House and is greeting his
many Ocala friends.

In his thanks to the Marion Coun County
ty County Hospital, expressed elsewhere, Mr.
C. M. Hawkins also gratefully men mentioned
tioned mentioned the good physician who look looked
ed looked after his hurts, but the rules of
the medical society demanded that
that part be marked out.

Gainesville Now Owns Its Light and
Water Supply
Gainesville, Dec. 2. The streets

of this city are illuminated by cur current
rent current from its new municipal electric
plant, one of the largest and most
modern in the South; in fact, ex experts
perts experts from various concerns who
have been sent here to supervise in installation
stallation installation of the various parts of
machinery have stated that nowhere
south of the Potomac river will be
found a plant as well equipped when
the size of the city is f-considered.
The new plant, including the exten extension
sion extension of the waterworks system, cost

in excess of $100,000, and will be
sufficient to supply Gainesville's
needs for several years to come.

Mr. Adolph Fishier, one of the
best known traveling salesmen cov covering
ering covering this territory for New York
firms, is a visitor in the city today.

If there ia any better candy man manufactured
ufactured manufactured than Norris' let us know
about it, as we'd like to secure the
Ocala agency. The Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. 11-19-tf

Up-to-the-minute Men's I
Z Wearing apparel when I
you see it? If you do,

you are the man we
2 want to pass judgment
on our line oi Fancy
Shirts, Hats, Shoes,
Neckwear, Underwear,
etc. Our goods will all
stand the closest scruti-
ny, and we are anxious
to have them examined
real values when eon-
fronted by them.

. G. Rivers I

Mr. Lee Cox, now with a big Fort
Wayne, Ind., firm, is greeting his
Ocala friends. Lee is at the Ocala

Rev. J. P. Hilburn, formerly pas pastor
tor pastor of the Ocala Methodist church,
was greeting his friends on our
streets today.

We cater to the trade of those
who know a good cigar when they
smoke it. Try ours. The Court
Pharmacy. 11-19-tf


Harrington Hall

The town is not as clean as it
should be, but it is cleaner than it
used to be. It is much a matter of
education. Men who a few years
ago would toss an orange peeling or
scrap of paper to add to the general
disorder in the street, will now walk
fifty yards to find a trash can.

Special buffet luncheon 30 cents.
Every day from 11:30 to 2:30 at
Keating's. Everything that's good
to eat. 11-11-tf

Ladies' you should see our line of
stationery and box papers. None bet better
ter better in the country. Tydings & Com Company.
pany. Company. 11-14-tf

White Dent and Golden Dent seed

corn from Ohio at Tydings. 11-14-tf!

"Fresh unlay and Fresh every day"
is our constant guarantee.
Every thing to satisfy the candy

lovers here, and there is always
something new and delightful.
Perfect Bon-Bons ami Chocolates in
most Attractive Boxes 80c lb
Beautiful Hound Decorated and Rib Ribbon
bon Ribbon tied 21b Boxes 1.60
The rich and unique Beverly
Chocolates in violet boxes, ribbon
tied, one, two and five pound boxes,
80c Pound
And finally the New Dollar Box of
Chocolates, the very finest example
of the candy maker's art. They're
different from all other HUYLEll'S
Candy. Ask for the Dollar Box.




I W. Troxlcr

we launched the boat and unlimber unlimber-ed
ed unlimber-ed our rods. I believe I was using
my Bristol 5 V2 -foot rod and a South
Bend reel made by Shakespeare, of
Kalamazoo, Mich. My minnow was
a Dowagiac and the regulation hooks
had been replaced with a size larger,
which is a wise precaution when us using
ing using them in southern waters. My
line was an Abbey & Imbrie and very
strong, but rather too heavy for fine

work, but I preferr short casts and
had confidence in my line.
We pushed thru the shallow water
and reached a deep irregular pool of
perhaps two acres, and I began to
smell the battle afar off.
My old yellow-bellied minnow
landed spat! under a leaning tree; a
few turns of the reel and "Whoa
there, old boy!'
"Well! What in the name of

reel up! reel u! give him rope!
don't tip the boat over! Hold him!
Hold him! Don't tip the boat over!
Hold him! Don't tip the boat over!"
I could not pause at that time to
explain to Mr. Hocker the utter fu futility
tility futility of his repeated precautions
about the boat. Why should I want
to tip the boat over. Nix, not for me
then. Some day I may wish to tip
the boat over, but candidly, I did not
at that time.
Again, he was about to say some

thing about not tipping the boat over
when spang! the old mossy head
jumped three feet into the air. This
is the stereotyped three feet and
really means that the fish just clear cleared
ed cleared the water with his rudder, but he
opened that cavernous mouth of his

and shook his head until the hooks : v
and minnows rattled like castanets, j

T)nvn no crrvoc a n A im acroin n Ct n r Tn o c

- V ' in. UlO II X '.A UX I It i 11 A i V 1 ill v
making a final leap and landing on
his side thirty feet away, with a
splash. And then apparently realiz realizing
ing realizing that he was up against it, he
came sulkily to the boat and was
taken aboard.
Such big fish are not very good to
eat. I prefer a bass (or trout as
they call them here) of about 1 Vfc
pounds. Then let Jake fix it, gashed
on the sides, rolled in "eawn meal"
mixed with salt and pepper and fry
it in smoking hot lard. I tell Jake
he would make somebody a good
Why don't more sportsmen come
to Florida. From Ocala he can get
to the coast either way in a few
hours, but I prefer the inland lake or
With a winter home in Ocala and
any kind of a motor car, one can, in
an hour be in the haunts of deer,
bear, wild turkey, quail galore,

squirrel, rabbit, etc., for his gun,
.and there is always, the ubiquitous
large-mouthed bass for his rod, to
say nothing of bream, catfish, speck speck-eled
eled speck-eled perch and jackfish or pickerel,
and when the day's sport is over one
can come back in time to take his
wife to the theater.

Save'OnoseEgcgs, Ladies
Never Again Shall' Making a Cake Cost
Never were such cakes as you are going to make now, ladies ev every
ery every one of you; never such delicious filling and icing and always
sure to come out just right. Never such meringue for pies and
puddings, as you are going to make now with
And Without the use of a Single Egg.
This SNOW-MELLOW is going to revolutionize the work and ex expense
pense expense of desert making for you. For less than four pennies
worth of SNOW-MELLOW makes the filling for your cake, or
the topping for two of your p ies.
Get a tin at once, and we will give you a booklet which tells you
all about SNOW-MELLOW and its many uses. 25c-and 50c tins.

0. K, Teapot Grocery
Phones 16 and 174.


Designing Engineer and Architect


Drawings made for conveying and special machin machinery,
ery, machinery, mills and mill buildings.
Make engine and boiler room tests, experimental
work and inventions developed, call or write
815 E. Adams St Ocala, Fla.






Room 20, Holder Building

Telephone 327


We are equipped with the Latest, Largest, Best Vulcanizing
plant in Central Florida. Any ized tire handled at one time.
All work Guaranteed to e First-Class.
Bring us your Casings and Tubes to be Vulcanized.
Worn out tires and tubes bought.

1013 state and county tax books
are now open. Two per cent off for
November payments and one per cent
off for December payments. Come
early and avoid the rush, being sure
to bring a correct description of
your property with you. 11-5-tf
W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.

of all sizes and rims, always in stock
1 DAVIES, The Tire Man
? Phone 438. OCALA, FLORIDA Main St., near Postoffice,


An elegant line of all kinds of cut
glass at Tydings & Co. 11-14-tf

Advantage of Eucalyptus.
It requires more than a century for
a cedar tree to grow large enough to

! yield a 30-foot telephone pole. The
j eucalyptus will attain a larger growth
, in 30 years, and its wood is quite as


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

i i

Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock ( in ah Kinds of electric treatment for
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis-1 the scalp at the Ocala Beauty Par-

itors in the city invited to be with as
G. L. Taylor, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.

Large alligator hags and traveling

dressing sets at Tydings.


The Commercial Bank build-

The best line of hair brushes and
combs in the city. Tydings & Com-

11-14-tf i pany's drugstore.



1L R. C.:rr..II. General Manager Fort V. Ler.ven'tl. Iiaii;e Mauap.T i.-:.-.r
J. II. Renjamin. Editor : "-'
v:I :n": do un-
- -- t
y:r; : r v,.-0
. .
Cf El
i -i
V, e have been building this bank for years with an eye to the future.
A goovi'niauy people in Marion ana adjoining counties, with an eye to both
present and future have brought their business to this bank. V'e have endeav endeavored
ored endeavored to handle their accounts on a mutually profitable basis. We solicit new
business on-the same terms.
' t - -: v o n 2
; -vho j? cU-rU- interest-! is bjx th ; j
Ei.:--e.I a: Gjala. F la., pcitoince as sec:
I :o the courthC'Use and search the re-
citizen? a cent.
One year, in advance 53.00
Six months, in advance. . 2 5
Three months, in advance. 1.25
One month, in advance -r0
( Foreign )
One year, in advance...
S:: month:, in advance.
The Mimroe & Chambliss Bank
Invent igation of the Scientist Show
that the Soil is Our Inde Indestructible
structible Indestructible Asset
months, in advance.
One month, in advance.



f eliire3


After a successful visit to all the j unquestioned integrity to serve as
principal western ports of the Medi-j jurymen when summoned. So dis dis-texranean,
texranean, dis-texranean, the American battleship j gusted have we been with the long long-fieet
fieet long-fieet has started on its return voyage standing custom in Dade county of

j picking up any sort of a fellow for
I jury duty that we have hailed with

hearty praise the coming new law,
and here it seems that there has
never been any need of imposing

street loafers, rum-soaks and gambl

ers upon the justice-seeking, people
Miami Metropolis.

First thing you know, some special

some prominen

Mr. C. M. Carn of Reddick, who
was,, in town Monday, said the new
cold storage plant at that place is
doing good work and already has
over S000 pounds of meat put away.

The best purity training school is j

a good home, with Professor Father interest will hire

and Professor Mother as the faculty. ; lawyer to break up the law, and then
Palm Beach News. j the organs of the interests will set
Correct. And the worst training j up another triumphant yell about the
school is a bad home with the pro- j blunders of the late legislature. Cer Cer-fessors
fessors Cer-fessors neglecting their business. ; tainly we need the best of citizens on
. ; the jury, but criminals, whether in-
The article written by Judge War-1 dividual or corporate, wan: the
ner for the Feld and Stream, which worst,
appears on the first page of today's ;
iaier, is not only very interesting to; Last Wednesday, some one play play-onr
onr play-onr own people, but will be oi much ; ed a mean trick cn both the Star and
hnpfir rn this : art of Florida in all i the Southern Express Co. About

localities in which that standard pub- j neon, the Star received a phone mes mes-lication
lication mes-lication is read. Marion count? j sage to the effect that the express
fishermen should chip in and buy the j office would be closedjall day Thurs Thurs-jmlge
jmlge Thurs-jmlge a medal. ; day and that the Star would please
i give notice of the same. The notice
Fairfax Harrison, president of the j requested was published, and Satur Satur-Chicago,
Chicago, Satur-Chicago, Indianapolis and Louisville j day afternoon Captain Maughs re re-Railway
Railway re-Railway Company, has been elected ceived proof that the Star is read

president of the Southern Railway abroad by

vieorous rebuke from

Company to succeed the late W. W. j headquarters. As he, and his force
Finlev. Mr. Harrison is a native of had hardly stopped work long enough

New York City. He is a son of Bur- i for a hurried dinner Thursday, he
ton Harrison of New York and a j was naturally some peeved, and
brother of Francis Burton Harrison. ; came down on the Star like a thou-governor-general
of the Philippine sand of brick. As the Star is out 75
Islands. His home is at Belvoir, j cents worth of advertising, it is
Fauquier county. Va. i some peeved itself. It is appropriate
j right here to remark that the South-
An M. D. in Pensacola didn't dis-! ern Express Co. is always on the
tinguish between a buck and a doe job, and the only way its men can
in accordance with law, in a drive in obtain a day off. is to get sick, get
Escambia county, last week. and. in married or get fired.
consequence, he was soaked to the
extent of something like a dollar a The banners and streamers that
pound for his venison. St. Angus-1 n:ade the town so brilliant fair week
tine Meteor. and the week before were taken


Marion county sportsmen have ex- : down Monday, and everyone

iraordinary good eyes.

The Star i miss them

the next

aasn't heard of one killings doe.

Putting them up was another of

The Ocala Star is another of the
Florida newspapers that will increase
its subscription price January 1st

ew days.


retr.ry Reoney's excellent ideas. They
attracted a lot o: favorable atten attention
tion attention and will cause many who saw
the fair this year to be more likely

Oklawaha, Dec. 2. 1&13.
Editor Star: War has broken out

among the scientists of the agricul

tural department over the old con contention
tention contention whether the soil will finally
be exhausted and humanity in the
distant ages die of starvation. The
United States bureau of soils has
taken the position that the soil can

never be exhausted, that commercial

manures are not a necessity to keep

up production and that, after the ni

trate beds have sent out their last
ton. crops will still be raised. Its

assertions are most positive, as

shown in the statements in bulletins

sent out by the department. The
following are a few of them:
'"From the modern conception of
the nature and purposes of the soil
it is evident that it cannot wear out:

r'Q- i for pi th& TTiinpr.'?! fon.1 5? I

concerned i: will continue automati automatically
cally automatically to supply adequate quantities
of mineral plant foods for crops."
"There is another way in which

the fertility of the soil can be main maintained,
tained, maintained, namely, by arranging a sys system
tem system of rotation and growing each
year a crop that is not injured by the
excreta of the preceding crop; then
when the time comes round for the
first crop to be planted again the

soil has had ample time to dispose
of the sewage resulting from the
growth of the plant two or three
years before."
"The soil is the one indestruct indestruct-able.
able. indestruct-able. immutable asset that the nation
possesses. It is the one resource that
cannot be exhausted, that cannot be
used up."
There are millions of money spent
every year by the farmers of the east
and southern states for commercial
manures, and the firms engaged in
the business are very much opposed
to the theory announced by the bu bureau
reau bureau of soils. It may be that they,
like the lawyers engaged in an in insanity
sanity insanity case, can get scientists to tes testify
tify testify on either side.
Crop rotation and other things ad advocated
vocated advocated by the bureau are all against

the interests of the geat fertilizer
concerns. Some experiments made
ip the south have shown that the

makes one of the most pleasing pic pictures
tures pictures I have seen in a long time.
"You are certainly to be congrat congratulated
ulated congratulated upon the booklet, which is
most tastefully arranged, carries
beautiful and convincing illustra

tions and coupled with the statistics
should be the means of influencing
to Ocala a desirable class of citizens.
You have the resources and with
your unusual energy applied it seems
to me there is nothing more to it."



For mayor, W. J. Edwards.
For alderman at large, M.

For alderman first ward, W. A.
For alderman second ward, John
H. Taylor.
For alderman third ward, unex unexpired
pired unexpired term, J. R. White.
For alderman third ward, full
term, B. H. Seymour.
For alderman fourth ward, F. G.
B. Weihe.

We have j ust unloaded a carload of fine
Also a number o! Good Horses



We will be pleased to show you these fine ani animals
mals animals at the barn, and are prepared to make close
prices on them.

eod dly wkly


To the Ocala Voters: In becom becoming
ing becoming a candidate for alderman at ;
large in the coming city election toj
succeed myself, I wish to announce j

that I shall in the future, as in the
past, be entirely independent in my Shattered iU.p for Thoe
actions. My sole object in wishing; Thought Huerta Had
to be re-elected to that position is Skipped

that I may serve the interests of the
whnlp citv. I am subservient to no

,. . hours vesterdav it was rumored here s
clique or ring and have no personal, o c

ax to grind in the city council.
I am unalterably opposed to



Mexico City, Dec. 2. For several I

i that Provisional President Huerta

: had fled by private train to Vera ;

His return to the capital set i

1. Closins un the citv's streets v-1Ui

,. c j iy o,- the rumors at rest. He had merely

lui luc utrutri-i t ui iuclt.. 1-1. jl ullj.

from SI to ? !..? a year. We are ;c return next year. Also.



:glad to see this move becoming more ; pleased our own people
general with the papers of this state. The decoration should be

The paper that isn't worth $1.Z a : next year.
year isn't worth house room. Kis-;
fjmmee Valley Gazette. i Editor P. W. Collens of the Sum-

Any good weekly paper in Florida merfield Chronicle was in town Mon Mon-is
is Mon-is worth $2.50 a year. dav evening and savs the r.ublic road

rir in A,-, k o nB Secretary Rooney as follows, regard-

cotton and the corn crops can

more than doubled by

farmins without the

mercial manures.
David II. Kirkland



use of com

other railroad;
2. Letting any other corporation
furnish power for the municipal
plants or to individuals in competi competition
tion competition with these enterprises;
3. To any private individual or
corporation owning public utility

Business College

Positions that Pay
Attractive Salaries.

Oar courses include Shorthand

been paying a visit to a farm in the I
vicinity of the city. The report orig- j
inated with railroad officials who j

claim to know of General Huerta's j and Bookkeeping with the auxiliary
departure at 4 o'clock Sunday morn-; studies of Touch Typewriting, Pen Pen-ing
ing Pen-ing on board a special. manship, Rapid Calculation, Spell-
' ins: and Commercial Law.

franchises; j
4. To grossly under-assessing

nc real and personal values.
m- ; t ..n

i specially iaur
1. More paved streets;


Berlin, December 1.
; Editor Star: Allow me space in
behalf of the members of the Boys'
Corn Club of this county to thank

I Rates are cne dollar per week in
I advance, each student to furnisa
j test bocks, cote paper, ink, pencils,
' etc. Studenets are not charged for
j the use of typewriters.
I Call on or write,

Mr. J. W. White, head of the
Southern Agricultural Department of
the Atlantic Coast Line, writes to

Hawk's Ruiness College,

At a meeting of the heads of labor I auspiciously. The people turned out
organizations in Boston Sunday, ex-1 well, but so far have more team team-President
President team-President Charles S. Mellen of the' than men to handle them. The work
New York & New Haven, was highly j is from Summerfieid to Orange ave ave-eulogized.
eulogized. ave-eulogized. proving that he was welllnue, and from Pedro to Dallas. The
"thought of by the men who operated people are not picnicking but fur fur-iJae
iJae fur-iJae system under his orders. Very nishing their own dinners, and the
likely Mr. Mellen was like some Flor- work will last all this week. Mr.
Ida railroad superintendents the j Collens says the people of his dis dis-faults
faults dis-faults of his system were with thejtrict sent some fifty workers to help

moneyed men who owned it, and on the Blitchton road, but thev

vrho were more solicitious about lin lining
ing lining their pockets than providing the
xailroad with adequate equipment.

It is strange but true that people
on this side of the state who desire
to travel on the East Coast railway
always have trouble in finding out
how the trains run on the Flagler
system. About the only way is to
Interview a Seaboard or Coast Line
agent, who generally has to consult
Ibis railway guide. The time-tables

haven't seen any volunteers from
here down there yet. That section
of the county is one of the best, and
our people should help in the good

ihe Star has always contended
that our sawed-off solon. Legislator
Light of Reddick, had lots of good
sense and worked for good measures,
it isn't able to agree with him how however
ever however in his attempt to niake the

ing the Marion County Booklet:
"The very attractive booklet upon
being opened revealed in the 'slogan'
that you were 'still on the job.' As
we glance through its pages we ob observe
serve observe a familiar figure with an ap apparently
parently apparently attractive exhibit in the
background. I might say without
hesitation that the foreground car carrying
rying carrying the animate and the back

ground the inannimate to my mind

2. An adequate sewerage system Mr. Ed. Carmichael for the one hnn-

jas quickly as possible; dred dollars he contributed to the

3. The filling in and develop- members of the Boys' Corn Club for
ment of what is known as the Tay- prjzes. i aal sure he could not have

iur yuuu iu uie uuuueiu yau ui spent a nunoreu dollars wnere it foom No. 1, Merchant's Block,
city as a public park; would have been more appreciated or j OCALA FLORIDA
4. The removing of the A. C. L. one a greater amount of good, as j Hours: 7:30 to 9:30 p. m.
freight depot from" the city's public lhis monev was divided into sixteen

5. The extension of

the water

prizes. .This will give the boys in- j

spiration to do more in the future

county commissioners print an item-

in the Times-Union are Greek to any!ized re.,on of their receipts and ex-

travelers, and an
is never seen over

"but experienced
Kast Coast foldei

this way. An Ocala railroad man j
was asked the other day why there!
were no East Coast folders in the
tracks of the hotels and railway wait waiting
ing waiting rooms, and he replied that he
supposed the Flagler system didn't
care to waste its literature on us
crackers, but kept it for the tourists.

Ji mav be remarked in rv

;enses twice a year. No doubt, the

pasSiUg ma i

there doesn t seem to oe anv erea

amount of love for the East Coast

people among the other railway men j Terxna.

of the state

lill CMS

Dental Surgeon
Rooms ?, 10. 11, Holder Block
Phone 250


Ocala Seed Store
is headquarters for Poul Poultry
try Poultry Foods and 'Stock and
Poultry Powders. W keep
on hand all the time:
Reef Scrap,
Blood Meal,
Mica Grit,
Cracked Bone,
Scratch Food,
CONKEV'S Poultry and
Stock Foods and Rem Remedies:
edies: Remedies: a full line.-
A large assortment of

r lower

works and electric ngnts to accom- and j fuly v,eiiVe that Marion coun coun-modate
modate coun-modate all taxpayers within the city ty-s number of members of the boys'
limits; corn clubs will double in 1914.
6. The opening of meat markets g j McCully.
in any portion of the city when peti-

tioned by ihe citizens representing
any particular section; ;
n.i j, x. 1

ine assessment oi actual aiuea
on city property, both real and per

sonal, and a reduction of the mill-,


Gainesville. Dec. 2. Father P. J.

; Lynch, builder of St. Patrick's Cathe-

dral on East Main street, died yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning after a lingering ill

If these declarations of principles lue 1U11 Ui
appeal to the voters of the city and Father Lnch was for nearl-v thlrt-v

on thp?P J tai s pasiui ui liit: i l.iuuj am.

my services in the past

lines meet your approval, I shall ap

preciate your vote at the December

city election.
11-2 6-tf dly

C. M. Livingston.

was universally esteemed. He was ;

conscious to the end and directed as

; to arranzements tor his lunerai. :

The remains will be taken to St. An-j
jeustine for interment.

notice ;
1913 statp and countv tax books! Watch for Little's chewing gum.
are now open. Two per cent off for There are. "string," attached. One
November pavments and one per cent ering will make you the owner of a
off for December pavments. Come.n norse. buggy and harness. Can
e,Hv m tha mh. bPin- zureM found at Tompkins ic Cobb's

to bring a correct description oftstaDes
your property with you. 11-5-tf.-

W. L. Colbert, Tax Collector.


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la carte service is daily
being "discovered" by
the traveling public as
well as by many of the
home people. Every Everything
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nothing is too good for
our patrons.
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The Silent House.
Number 1313.
As Rudolph Van Vechten entered
the outer doorway of his club, the
handsome mission clock in the hall
was chiming the three-quarter hour
after eight.
The young man's thin, sensitive Hps
assumed a rueful curve and his brow brow-gathered
gathered brow-gathered in a scowl.
"Fifteen minutes yet until nine," he
muttered in a tone of complaint, star staring
ing staring hard at the dial. "Whatever I
shall do until night the gods alone
know. Plague on such rotten luck!"
And having thus given audible ex expression
pression expression of his feelings, he dismissed
the temporary irritation with a re resigned
signed resigned shrug and sauntered listlessly
into the luxurious but deserted loung-ing-room
overlooking the street, where
he dropped heavily into a huge, bil billowy
lowy billowy leather chair which stood facing
one of the windows. He immediately
discovered tbat the chair was insuffer insufferably
ably insufferably hot, and bounding to his feet,
glared round for an attendant.
None was to be seen; so he shoved
the stuffy chair away it was too
heavy to kick and jerked a cooler
and more inviting willow one into its
place, wherein he once more seated
"Somebody ought to kick me for
having come here," he feelingly re remarked.
marked. remarked. Then he turned again to his
incipient contemplation of the hot hot-empty
empty hot-empty street.
Van Vechten might have told you,
if he had paused to analyze his feel feelings
ings feelings respecting the Powhatan, that his
attachment to his club was based upon
some sort of sentiment. His slender,
modishly attired figure, and his finely
chiseled, high-bred features (which
were much paler than they should
have been) were by no means strange
to their present rich and elegant sur surroundings.
roundings. surroundings. In point of fact, no mem member
ber member of the Powhatan more assiduously
availed himself of the club's exclusive
privileges than did he. Among the
small coterie of his intimates and
friends, and the much longer list of
acquaintances who would have liked
to share the closer relationship, no nobody
body nobody ever thought of calling for him at
his own handsomely appointed bache

lor apartments in the Kenmore until J tions, would have amounted to excite

ietnar"gy or nis ennui as effectively as
if the rotation of the earth upon Its
axis were suddenly to be reversed.
And the incident, but one of a start startling
ling startling series, was not long In coming.
Again from the hall floated the state stately,
ly, stately, melodious chime.
Nine o'clock.
With the first dulcet note. Van Vech Vech-ten's
ten's Vech-ten's regard fell idly upon a man who
was passing along the farther side
of the street the first human being he
had seen since taking up hie position
at the window. He was not at all in interested
terested interested in the man, who was entirely
unknown to him; but the stranger had
advanced within his field of vision,
and it was much easier to follow him
than it was to look away. So he con continued
tinued continued to watch him, albeit but hazily
conscious of the fact, because his
thoughts were occupied with matters
of vastly more importance to himself.
That is to say, at the time he fancied
they were of. more importance; subse subsequently
quently subsequently his opinions on this score un underwent
derwent underwent a decided change.
Only a few seconds later, in truth,
he regretted that he had not given the
man more of his attention sufficient,
at least, to recall something of his
appearance. But even at that, he
never dreamed how nearly the epi episode
sode episode affected himself at the moment,
nor did he have any premonition of the
extraordinary events that were to en ensue
sue ensue in the immediate future.
The man was walking with a certain
halting, indefinite slowness, the while
he studied the house numbers, as if
in search of a particular one.
All at once he stopped stock-still.
Van Vechten, as ii chanced, failed to
observe this, for his eyelids, heavy
with loss of sleep, chose this precise
second to curtain the scene. Nothing
had yet occurred to prick his curiosity.
His lids drooped only for an instant,
to be sure; but within that brief space
the strange man's bearing had sud suddenly
denly suddenly altered. He had thrown off his
irresolution, and had gone quickly ui
the steps of the house directly oppo opposite.
site. opposite. Van Vechten opened his eyes
only just in time to see him disap disappearing
pearing disappearing through the doorway, and the
door itself swing shut.
The Silent House! The House of
Mystery! The house wherein nobody
had even been seen to enter!
There was no mistaking the fact
that Van Vechten was galvanized into
an alertness which, had it been almost
anjbody else under the same condi-

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the Powhatan Club had first been
tried, and even then not before noon.


"Say!" he demanded of himself un-

Because, prior to that hour, all at- ; der his breath. "Is this a pipe-dream?

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tempts to communicate with him so
invariably had been frustrated by his
diplomatic valet, Barnicle. that every everybody
body everybody had long since learned that he
was not in the habit of rising before
twelve o'clock.
Familiar, therefore, as his appear appearance
ance appearance was to the astonished and dis discomfited
comfited discomfited club attendant (in season),
it was associated reluctantly as the
fact must be admitted only with late
hours, the poker or bridge table, and
a multitude of cocktails whose num number
ber number was known by no man save that
miracle of divination, the Powhatan's
steward. He carefully indexed and
preserved all the checks which Van
Vechten so promptly forgot.
Without spending too much time,
or trying to interpret too many words,
let us endeavor to make the situation
clear; for it was all very strange, the
manner In which the commonplace sit situation
uation situation described interlaced with what
immediately followed.
Here and this is the point to be
brought to the front and borne in mind
was a concurrence of time, place and
individual which had never happened
before, and In all likelihood would
never happen again, but which wore
every outward aspect of one of those
rare and inexplicable tricks on the
part of Fate, as rare and mysterious
as mushrooms, freakishly contrived to
land some poor mortal plump in the
midst of a troublesome predicament,
like Napoleon's star at Waterloo. Mer Mercury
cury Mercury blazed at mid-day on that mem memorable
orable memorable occasion, if you have not for forgotten
gotten forgotten this apocryphal footnote to
Certain it is, at any rate, if Van
Vechten had been anywhere else at
this particular hour on this particular
Sunday morning, he would have
missed witnessing an incident which
nresentlv was to iar him frora the

Or did somebody really go into that
house?" And after a reflective pause:
"No. I wasn't asleep," he deliberate deliberately
ly deliberately settled the unwonted occurrence in
his mind; "I saw the chap coming
along the walk. Let's see what did
he look like? What was he doing?
What the dickens does it mean, any anyhow?"
how?" anyhow?" There was nothing or nobody to an answer
swer answer these puzzled inquiries. He was
convinced that he had remained
awake, although drifting along the bor borderland
derland borderland of slumber, because he dis distinctly
tinctly distinctly recalled having heard the clock
in the hall strike nine. He glanced at
his watch. Yes, only nine. So he
could not have been asleep, even for
a second.
All of which may seem a ridiculous ridiculously
ly ridiculously trivial matter to be the occasion of
so much concern; but anybody ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with the circumstances
would not have thought so.
To begin with, there was something
positively repellent in the very appear appearance
ance appearance of the house across the way.
Even the number on the fanlight by
pure accident, 1313, for it was an old,
old number and not the true one at
all was doubly and reiteratively un uninviting
inviting uninviting to persons owning supersti superstitious
tious superstitious weaknesses. And who of us, to
some extent, does not? Erected in the
days when high, narrow brownstone
fronts were accepted as the hall-mark
of affluence, it still successfully re resisted
sisted resisted the encroachments of improve improvement
ment improvement which otherwise modernized and
beautified the thoroughfare.
At the time the Powhatan Club
moved into its new quarters Number
1313 was vacant, and had remained so


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Temple Theater, TONIGHT, Dec. 2.
Prices 25c, 50c, 75c, $1. Seats on Sale Court Pharmacy Saturday

Lomberto Grand Opera Sextette
Sianora Cuilia Catalans, Soprano. S!p. Giuseppe Catalano, Basso.
Signora Annita Deluco. Soprano. I'omencio Paroling Tenor.

Signora Teresa Barelli, Contralto.

Sig. E. Turci, Baritone.

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Wedding of Senator Fletcher'-;
Washington, Dec. 2. Of all inter international
national international weddings in Washington,
the quietest ever known here was
that of yesterday afternoon, when
Miss Nell Fletcher, second daughter
of Senator Duncan U. Fletcher, of
Jacksonville, was united to Lionel
Smith-Gordon, son of Sir Lionel

Smith-Gordon of Salisbury, England,

the author of the 'Civil Government' j
of Florida." Dr. Yocum is the dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished father of Mrs. W. T.

Gary and with Mrs. Yocum frequent frequently
ly frequently visits in Ocala.
Miss Esther Ley is president of
the senior kindergarten class. The



"I would look up j

and love, and laugh, and lift.''

II eatli-Sherouse


No invitations had been issued to Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock

Miss Dorothy L.

obert L. Heath

the residence of

only the members


ing present. Revi

the wedding, and there was no re the marriage

ception following it. The ceremony Sherouse to

was performed in All bouis Lnitar- was solemniz

lan cnurcn, oi wnicn senator t lei- Mrs. c t ifaves

eher is a member and which William nf the fam

Howard Taft attended, while he wasVBunyan Stephens officiated Mr

president. ; KeathV'up to a few"" weeks ago, was
The church was beautifully dec- one of the pretty telephone operators
orated for the wedding. The pre- and won many friends who never
dominent features of the decorations saw her by her unfailing intelligence
were palms and red and gold chry- and courtesy. Mr. Heath is connect connect-santhemums.
santhemums. connect-santhemums. The ceremony was d with the Arcade barbershop. He
performed by Rev. U. G. B. Pierce, is a most industrious and popular
a distinguished minister, who for-' young man. Mr. and Mrs. Heath are

merly was chaplain of the United
States Senate. The groom's attend attendants
ants attendants were Ralph Hodder Williams
and Alan Coventry.

for the present boarding with Miss
Josie McClure.

Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Gates had as

IJiitchtoii tt Ocala I'eople Should
Help in South County Road

What's the matter with Ocala and ;
our good Blitchton road friends? J
This is road week down at Sum Sum-merrield
merrield Sum-merrield building 11 miles first first-class
class first-class lime read. We should go down
one day and give them a boost. They
were on the Dlitchton road, more
than fifty or seventy-five strong.
Several walked here to be on hand.
Recoprocity should be the slogan
and its our turn to get right out and
give them a good day's work. Line
up, get busy and let us turn out one
day. It is all old Marion county, the
best in the state; Ocala reaps her
reward. The county site is the clear clearing
ing clearing house of activities and should
cooperate with all such movements.
What helps any part of Marion coun county
ty county is beneficial to all.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.



The bride wore a traveling suit of their guests last week, Miss Irene
Russian green duvetyn, trimmed in Gates and Miss Cara Sanbornt two
fitch fur, with a turban of Russian cnarming young ladies 0f South
green velvet trimmed in fur. Her Lake Weir,
bouquet was an innovation in bridal

bouquets in that it was made up of
green orchids and Richmond roses, j
Miss Fletcher's sister, Mrs. Thorn- j
as Kemp, of Wasnington, was the
bride's only attendant. She wore a

blue duvetyn costume, trimmed in

ermine, and an ermine turban, with
blue and white ostrich plumes.
After the ceremony, the bridal
couple left immediately for New
York, where they will take a steam-

Miss Louise Booe, who has been
visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and
Mrs. T. G. Wiley, in Springfield,
Jacksonville, returned home this af afternoon
ternoon afternoon after a most pleasant stay
with them.
Mrs. F. E. Sheppard, after a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit to her children and friends

j in Ocala, left today for Orlando,

whprp she will visit fripnd? for a

er for Europe, intending to travel on i , ,
, tew days before returning to her
t ni pnntinflTif until T n n !n ri- 1 A f t i

, ..,-. home in Daytona.

mat iney win go to ineir iuiure
home in Dublin, Ireland, where Mr.
Smith-Gordon, who is secretary to
Sir Horace Plunkett, will have charge
of organizing a library of the litera literature
ture literature on rural credits.
Miss Fletcher and her fiance met
while Senator Fletcher and his
daughter were traveling with the
president's commission on rural
credits, of which he is chairman.

Tneir engagement was announced

eoon afterward. Miss Fletcher is
popular in Washington, where she is
noted for being the cleverest ama amateur
teur amateur actress in Washington society.

U. I). C. Bazar and Oyster Supper
Friday afternoon and evening
Dickison Chapter of the U. D. C. cor cordially
dially cordially invites every one to come to
the Woman's Club and inspect the
large assortment of fancy work
which will be on sale and enjoy an
oyster supper. Oysters will be serv served
ed served in all styles, and cakes, candies

and tea will be on sale. The Daugh

ters are very desirous of making the
affair successful and profitable, for
as soon as possible they want to be begin
gin begin the erection of a chapter house,
and with that motive always fore foremost
most foremost each member is striving to
raise the necessary fund.
From the November Talisman,
published bi-monthly by the Thalian
Literary Society and Minerva Club of
the Florida State College for Wom Women,
en, Women, we clip the following notes,
which will be read with interest by
"The friends of Miss Carol Perre Perre-noi,
noi, Perre-noi, who was graduated with the de degree
gree degree of B. M. year before last, will
be delighted to know of her wonder wonder-ful
ful wonder-ful success in her work at the Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati Conservatory. Her talent was
so pronounced that after a few weeks
study there, she was asked to assist
in teaching. She is also accompanist
for a celebrated tenor, who recently
came to this country to be instructor
in the conservatory. It is very like like-1;
1; like-1; that she will give her artist's re recital
cital recital this year." Miss Perrenot has
been the admired guest of Miss Mary
Burford on two occasions.
"Miss Hallie Ley. one of our for former
mer former students in kindergarten work,
is now at the head of the kindergar kindergarten
ten kindergarten department of the English Clas Classical
sical Classical School in Tampa, Fla."
"Ruth Reynolds, former president
of the Alumnae Association, is now now-teaching
teaching now-teaching in a high school in New New-York.
York. New-York. She is also studying at Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia University. Miss Mary Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds is also teaching in New York."
The Misses Reynolds taught one win winter
ter winter each in the Ocala High School.
"We are very fortunate in having
with us two very prominent people
in the state of Florida, Miss Caroline
Brevard and Dr. W. F. Yocum. Miss
Brevard collaborated with Mr. Ben Bennett
nett Bennett in writing the History of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, which is used in the public
schools of the state. Miss Brevard
"has also written many interesting
books on the South Dr. Yocum is

Mr. and Mrs,. George Ford who
were Thanksgiving guests of Mr.
and Mrs. B. A. Weathers, have re returned
turned returned to their home in Jacksonville,
Mr. Ford going up Thursday night
and Mrs. Ford this afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Williams re returned
turned returned today from Brooksville,
where they visited Mrs. Williams'

I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Zoller for a

few days.
Miss Elizabeth Mizelle is quite
sick with fever at the home of Mrs.
T. E. Bridges. Her sixth grade work
is being carried on by Miss Eugenia
The ladies of the Catholic church
intend to give a sale of dressed dolls
and Christmas candies Saturday,
Dec. 20. The place where the sale
will take place will be announced
. m --
Mrs. Arthur Williams and pretty,
little daughter, fEliz&feeth Thayer,
have returned to iheir home at Char Charlotte,
lotte, Charlotte, after an enjoyable visit of sev several
eral several weeks spent dith Mrs. Williams'

uncle andJauntr-Ir.-and Mrs. G. T.

Maughs. Mr. and Mrs. Williams

sirentf Christmas with the former's
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert McDoughal at Ingle Ingle-wood,
wood, Ingle-wood, and some time in January,
Mrs. Williams and daughter will re return
turn return to Ocala for another visit.
Dr. S. H. Blitch and Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Coulter of the Blitchton sec section
tion section were in town today.
Mr. Wallace E. Davis of Ocala,
sient Sunday in Orlando, with his
pr. rents. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Davis,
on South Orange avenue. Orlando



2 Creatore's Band.
13 "The Leopard's Spots."
16 Neil O'Brien Minstrels.
18. Last Days of Pompeii.
27 Bought and Paid For-

30 Coburn's Minstrels. j
1 "Divorce Question." j
G "Tie Shepherd of the
12, 13 14 De Armond Si-'
17 "Polly of the Circus."

20 Mary'3 Lamb Company.
27 The Spring Maid Co.
2S Anti-Saloon League lec-

30. Paid in Ful.
3. Smart Set.
10 A Modern Eve.
IS. U. of F. Glee Club.
23 Evan's Honey Boy Min-
24 Fine Feathers.
1 to 11. Chautauqua.

Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
held memorial services in the Mas Masonic
onic Masonic hall on Sunday at 4 p. m. This
chapter is four years old and has not

lost a member by death but each i
year holds these services which are!
very beautiful along with the other
chapters. j

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Switches, curls and transforma transformations
tions transformations from your own combings made
by the Ocala Beauty Parlor on short
notice. Miss N. V. Lambert, man-

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Judiciary Livingston, Taylor and
Finance Carmichael, Helvenston
and Weathers.
Light and Water Taylor, Weihe
and Weathers.
Street Weathers, Weihe and
Fire Weihe, Helvenston and
Police Weihe and Bennett.
Market Livingston, Hunter and
Building Bennett, Carmichael
and Taylor.
Cemetery Cam, Weihe and Liv Livingston.
ingston. Livingston. Sanitary Cam, Taylor and Carmichael.

Mrs. Bunyan Stephens.

better today.

who has

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Mr. D. S. Woodrow returned last
night from a visit to his daughter.
Miss Blair, who is at college in Co Columbia,
lumbia, Columbia, S. C.
Master Kenneth Ramsaur of St.
Petersburg, after visiting his aunt,
Mrs. Carroll, returned home yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon.
Miss Elizabeth Mays, of Monticel Monticel-lo,
lo, Monticel-lo, the vivacious daughter of Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Dannitte H. Mays, was
here Sunday, a guest of Mrs. A. R.
Harper and Miss Bessie King. Miss
Mays left in the evening for Ocala.
where she will be a guest of friends.
Gainesville Sun.

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Hastings 100-bushel cats, $1.23.
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21b pkg S. It. Graham Flour. . .10c
5 IT) pkg S. R. Plain Flour 25c
21b pkg Plain Flour 10c
Sweet Stuffed Mangoes 5c
Sweet Stuffed Cucumbers 5c
Sweet Stuffed Peppers 5c
Try the-e, they are fine.
J. L. Smith Grocery
North of Ocala National Bank

Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Ocala.
District Attorney E. W. Davis,
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert.
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer. Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham.
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
.T'idge of Prtu.ate Win. E. Smith,
County Commissioners C. Carmi
chael, Ocaia: J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field:
field: Summer-field: W t Henderson. Lynne; D. G.
Watkins. Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, Sparr.
Board Public Instruction -J. VL.
Brir.son. Superintendent. Ocala B.
R. Blitch. Blitchton; J. S. Grantham.
Fort McCov; W. D. Carn. Ocala.

Come wind, come snow, let Boreas Tdow, with robes like these
your body will glow. We have the largest and most up-to-date
and down-to-the-minute line of laprobes for auto and buggy that
was ever brought to this part of Florida. We have overstocked
our store in them, and our greed in buying will be your gain in
coin, as we are going to sell them out at ridiculously low prices.
We also have a complete line of rain goods for your bodily pro protection
tection protection better than insurance and doctors.
Kmigrlhit k Lang


IHIIgflhL GpacIUe IPpaottlrtisf

$ as


While building our new telephone
system this year, we built office
equipment for a ten-year growth and
cable equipment for a five-year
growth. We have plenty of lines,
plenty of office equipment, plenty of
telephones and the men to put them
in. Your order for a telephone will
receive prompt attention. Make your
wife and family a Christmas present
of a telephone.
ll-21-30td Ocala Telephone Co.


7 m rfWES2H THHi


Fot King Camp No. 14 meets in
ionge's Hall at S p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad

Watch for Little's chewing gum.
There are '"strings" attached. One
string will make you the owner of a
fne hcrse. buggy and harness. Can
be found at Tompkins & Cobb's
stables. 12-1-St

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons. W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad

Orders for- cakes, etc., for recep receptions
tions receptions receive prompt attention at
Carter's Bakery. 11-5-tl


Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union

of America, meets In Yonge's Hallj
on the second Thursday evening ofj

each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad



The Ocala Lodge No. 699, Loyal j
Order of Moose, meets each Thursday Ocala Loage No. 19. Conventions;
evening at S o'clock in the Moose held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at'

buildina-. Visitinz brothers are in- ; castle Hail, over tne jams uanisie

vited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, Dictator.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary.

drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis--'

Siting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.

Oar rates for auto repair repairing
ing repairing are very reasonable, con considering
sidering considering the strictly high high-grade
grade high-grade of workmanship and
promptness with which we
do repairing. If your auto automobile
mobile automobile needs putting in good
condition, you will find that
no one can do it better or
cheaper than
Lucliie's Garage,
Yl N. Main Street.


Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S.


P. O. BOX 46






Departs in Seme Degree from the
Usual Custom of Giving a Formal
Review ofj Departmental Work


peril the interests of peace, order, and 1
tolerable life in the lands immediately
to the south cf us. Even if the
usurper had succeeded in his pur purpose?,
pose?, purpose?, in despite cf the constitution of
the Republic and the rights of its
people, he would have set up noth nothing
ing nothing but a precarious and hateful
power, which cculd have lasted hut
a little while, and whese eventual
downfall would have left the country
in a mi-re deplorable condition than
jver. But he has not succeeded. He
has forfeited the respect and the
moral support even of those who were
at one time willing to see him suc succeed.
ceed. succeed. Little by little he has been
completely isolated. By a little every

UPON THE HORIZON da his Pwer and Prestige are

crumbling ana tne couapse is not
far away. We shall not, I believe, be
nHI 5 era A tn ultoi" nn r nnl irv nf watrh-

Hopes to See Constitutional Order fuJ And then when the end

Restored by the Concert and Energy comes. we snau hope to see constitu

tional order restored in distressed
Mexico by the concert and energy of
such of her leaders as prefer the
liberty of their people to their own

I turn to matters of domestic con concern.
cern. concern. You already have under con consideration
sideration consideration a bill for the reform of
our system of banking and currency,
for which the country waits with Im Impatience,
patience, Impatience, as for something fundamental-to
its whole business life and
necessary to set credit free from ar arbitrary
bitrary arbitrary and artificial res traits. I
need not say how earnestly I hope


of Such of Her Leaders as Prefer
Liberty to Ambition Urges Senate
to Concentrate Upon Currency Bill
Until Passed Rural Credits to
Farmers Advocated.

Washington, D. C. The annual ad address
dress address of President Wilson, delivered
at a joint session of the two houses
of Congress at the beginning of the
second session of the Sixty-third Con Congress,
gress, Congress, was as follows:
Address of the President.
Gentlemen of the Congress:

In pursuance of my constitutional ; for its early enactment into law

duty to "give to the Congress informa- take leave to beg that the whole

tion of the state of the Union," I energy and attention of the Senate be

take the liberty of addressing you on ; concentrated upon. A till the matter

several matters which ought, as it is successfully disposed of. And yet

seems to me, particularly to engage t fei that the request is not needed

the attention of your honorable bodies, that the Members ot that great
as of all who study the welfare and House need no urging in this service

progress of the Nation. to .t country.

I shall ask your indulgence if I

I present to you, in addition, the

venture to depart in some degree from urgent necessitv that special provision
the usual custom of setting before b made also for facilitating the

you in formal review the many mat-" credits needed by the farmers of the

ters whicn nave engaged tne atten-; COUntry. .The pending currency bill

tion and called tor tne action ot tne Qoes the farmers a great service. It

several departments of the Govern- : DUt them UDOn an eQual f00ting with

ment or which look to them for early other DUSiness men and masters of
treatment in the future, because the. enterprise, as it should; and upon its
list is long, very long, and would suf-. passage they will find themselves quit
fer in the abbreviation to which I 'f0f many of the difficulties which now

snouia nave 10 suDjeci u. i snau sud- ; hamper them in the field of credit

mit to you tne reports or tne neaas oi The larmerc of course, ask and

the several departments, in which snould be given no special privilege.

xnese subjects are sei iorin in care- ; guch as extending to them the credit

lui detail, and beg tnat tney may re- t of the Government itself. What they
ceive the thoughtful attention of your need and snould obtain is legislation

Committer and Ot all MemDerS Ot hinVi u.jii mnko thmr nwn abundant

the Cr 0r ;s who may have the leisure
to str r em. Their obvious import importance,
ance, importance, us constituting the very sub substance
stance substance of the business of the Govern Government,
ment, Government, makes comment and emphasis
on my part unnecessary.
The country, I am thankful to say,
is at peace with all the world, and
many happy manifestations multiply
about us of a growing cordiality and
sense of community cf interest among

ers. I nope ana Deneve tnat tne

committees of the Senate and House

will address themselves to this mat

ter with tne most rrmttui results.

and I believe that the studies and

that we should more and more put
under the control of the native citi citizens
zens citizens of the archipelago the essential
instruments of their life, their local
instrumentalities of government.

Let us once find the

i path and set out with firm and con con-i
i con-i fident tread upon it and we shall

not wander from it or linger upon it.

us with regard to

recently formed plans of the Depart- j their schools, all the common inter interment
ment interment of Agriculture may he made j ests of their communities, and so
to serve them very greatly in their j by counsel and experience set up a
work of framine appropriate and J government which all the world will
adeouate legislation. It would be j see to be suitable to a people whose
indiscreet and presumptuous in any- j affairs are under their own control,
one to dogmatize upon so great and ; At last, I hope and believe, we are

manv-sided a question, but I feel j beginning to gam tne connaence oi
confident that common counsel will the Filipino peoples. By their coun coun-produce
produce coun-produce the results we must all de- j sel and experience, rather than by
sire our own, we shall learn how best to
Turn from the farm to the worid serve them and how soon it will be
of business which centers in the city f Possible and wise to withdraw our

and in the factory, and I think that j supervision.

all thoughtful observers will agree

that the immediate service we owe
trip hnsinpss communities of the

rr,T,trv i to nrovpnt nrivatP mon- A duty faces us with regard

opoly more effectually than It has Alaska' which seems to be very press press-yet
yet press-yet been prevented. I think it will i ing and very imperative; perhaps I
be easily agreed that we should let j should say a double duty, for it con con-the
the con-the Sherman antitrust law stand, j cerns both the political and the ma ma-unaltered,
unaltered, ma-unaltered, as it is with its debatable i terial development of the Territory,
ground about it, but that we should ; The people of Alaska should be given
as much as possible reduce the area j the full Territorial form of govern govern-of
of govern-of that debatable ground by further ment, and Alaska, as a storehouse,
and more explicit legislation; and I should be unlocked. One key to it is a
should also supplement that great system of railways. These the Gov Gov-act
act Gov-act by legislation which will not only ; ernment should Itself build and ad ad-clarify
clarify ad-clarify it but also facilitate its ad- minister, and the ports and terminals
ministration and make it fairer to it should itself control in the interest
all concerned. Xo doubt we shall of all who wish to use them for the
all wish, and the country will expect, service and development of the coun coun-this
this coun-this to be the central subject of our try and its people,
deliberations during the present But the construction of railways is
session; but it is a subject so many- only the first step; is only thrusting
sided and so deserving of careful in the key to the storehouse and
and discriminating discussion that I throwing back the lock and opening
shall take the liberty of addressing the door. How the tempting resources
you upon it in a special message at of the country are to be exploited is
a later date than this. It is of capi- another matter, to which I shall take



South Georgia Conference Entered a
Strong Protest Against
Child Slavery


Macon, Ga., Dec. 2. In adopting'
the report of its temperance and ;
moral reform committee, the South

Georgia Conference of the Methodist
Episcopal church. South, roundly
scored child labor conditions in
Georgia. The report condemns the
'organized system of child slavery"
and deplores the lack of state laws to
protect children. Desecration of the
Sabbath, lax marriage and divorce

laws and modern styles in

dress were also condemned.



tal importance that the business
men of this country should be re relieved
lieved relieved of all uncertainties of law
with regard to their enterprises and

the liberty of from time to time call calling
ing calling your attention, for it is a policy
which must be worked out by well well-considered
considered well-considered stages, not upon theory.

investments and a clear path indi- but upon lines of practical expediency,
cated which they can travel without it is part of our general problem of
anxiety. It is as important that conservation. We have a freer hand in
they should be relieved of embar- working out the problem in Alaska than
rassment and set free to prosper as in the States of the Union; and yet
that private monoply should be de- the principle and object are the same,
stroyed. The ways of action should wherever we touch it. We must use
be-thrown wide open. the resources of the country, not lock
I turn to a subject which I hope them up. There need be no conflict

can be handled promptly and with- or jealousy as between State and Fed-

Leron, Dec. 1. Dr. T. K. Slaugh Slaughter
ter Slaughter and wife drove up to Ocala Mon

day morning and Mrs. Slaughter
placed on exhibition a very pretty
display of hand-painted china.
Mr. B. F. Ellington received a
telegram Tuesday morning announc announcing
ing announcing the death of his brother. Mr.
Ellington left on the noon train for
Barnesville, Ga., to attend the fun funeral.
eral. funeral. Mrs. M. L. Shaw and little son, M.
L. Jr., after a two weeks visit with
relatives in Orlando, returned home

Among those from Levon attend attending
ing attending the fair last Thursday, were Mr.
and Mrs. H. P. Perry, W. M. Gary,
C. L. Gaulding and son, H. C, and
daughter Gladys, Dr. and Mrs. T. K.
Slaughter and children, Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Barrett and children.

Mrs. George Lovell was shopping

in Levon Friday morning.

Mr. J. J. Waters left Thursday for
Ocala, where he accepted a position
with a wholesale grocery company as
It wili be delightful news to the
many friends of Dr. and Mrs. T. K.
Slaughter to learn their little son

Sweet Milk
Butter Milk
Pork Sausage,
Tennessee Style in Shacks

Dressed Poultry,
Fresh Country Eggs,
Sanitary Dairy j
Corner Fort King Avenue
and Magnolia Street.
"Basement of Burnett Building) J

Mother's Friend
in Every Home
Comfort and Safety Assured Before
the Arrival of the Stork.

and substantial credit resources
available as a foundation for joint,
concerted local action in their own
behalf in getting the capital they
must use. It is to this we should now
address ourselves.
It has, singularly enough, come to
pass that we have allowed the indus industry
try industry of our farms to lag behind the
ether activities of the country in its
development. I need not stop to tell

out serious controversy of any kind.
I mean the method of selecting nom nominees
inees nominees for the Presidency of the
United States. I feel confident that
I do not misinterpret the wishes or
the expectations of the country when
I urge the prompt enactment of leg legislation
islation legislation which will provide for pri primary
mary primary elections throughout the coun

try at which the voters of the several

parties may choose their nominees resources and yet not jeopard or dis-

. ... , ... ,, you how fundamental to the life of
of settled peace and good will. More i x. .. j; f
. ,., J" j the Nation is the production of its
and more readily each decade do the .. ,,
.. i . food. Our thoughts may ordinarily be
nations manifest their willingness to, x u 1,0.
..... . -. 1 concentrated upon the cities and the
Tnnd themselves by solemn treaty to . . f -
. ., hives of industry, upon the cries of
the processes of peace, the processes , tv,
. , . 0 the crowded market place and the
of frankness and fair concession. So,, .,, A .iJA-r

; ciangor or me iactory, uui u is irum

far the United States has stood at the

front of such negotiations. She will,
1 earnestly hope and confidently be believe,
lieve, believe, give fresh proof of her sincere
adherence to the cause of international
friendship by ratifying the several
treaties of arbitration awaiting re renewal
newal renewal by the Senate. In addition to
these, it has been the privilege of
the Department of State to gain the
assent, in principle, of no less than 31
nations, representing four-fifths of the

the quiet interspaces of the open val val-'
' val-' leys and the free hillsides that we
draw the sources of life and of pros prosperity,
perity, prosperity, from the farm and the ranch,
j from the forest and the mine. With With-I
I With-I out these every street would be silent,
every office deserted, every factory
' fallen into disrepair. And yet the far far-;
; far-; mer does not stand upon the same
footing with the forester and the
' miner in the market of credit. He is
1 the servant of the seasons. Nature

for the Presidency without the in intervention
tervention intervention of nominating conven conventions.
tions. conventions. I venture the suggestion that
this legislation should provide for
the retention of party conventions,
but only for the purpose of declar declaring
ing declaring and accepting the verdict of the
primaries and formulating the plat platforms
forms platforms of the parties; and I suggest
that these conventions should con consist
sist consist not of delegates chosen for this

single purpose, but of the nominees

eral authorities, for there can be no won the first prize in the better

babies' contest at the fair.
Mr. W. J. Frink is spending Satur

day and Sunday with his parents at-

'Miss Thelma Gaulding is improv improving
ing improving some but is still confined to her
bed with fever.
Messrs. H. P. Perry, Willie Perry,
Charles Carter, A. L. Simpson and
Mrs. Grace Gildersleeve attended the
show at Ocala Friday night.

essential differences of purpose be between
tween between them. The resources in ques question
tion question must be used, but not destroyed
or wasted; used, but not monopolized
upon any narrow idea of individual
rights as against the abiding inter interests
ests interests of communities. That a policy
can be worked out by conference and
concession which will release these

sipate them, I for one have no doubt;

and it can be done on lines of regula regulation
tion regulation which need be no less acceptable
to the people and governments of the
States concerned than to the people
and Government of the Nation at
large, whose heritage these resources
are. We must bend our counsels to
this end. A common purpose ought to
make agreement easy.
Three or four matters of special
importance and significance I beg



The old sayics what Is home wlthoTit
a mother should add "Mother's Friend."
In thousands of American homes there
is a bottle of this splendid and famous rem remedy
edy remedy that has aided many a woman through
the trying ordeal, saved her from suffering
and pain, kept her in health of mind and
body in advance of baby's coming and had
a most wonderful influence in developing &
hePlthy, lovely disposition In the child.
There Is no other remedy so truly a help
to nature as Mother's Friend. It relieves
the pain and discomfort caused by the
strain on the ligaments, makes pliant those
fibres and muscles which nature is expand expanding
ing expanding and soothes the inflammation of breast
Mother's Friend is an external remedy,
acts quickly and not only banishes all dis distress
tress distress in advance, but assures a speedy and
complete recovery for the mother. Thus
6he becomes a healthy woman with all her
strength preserved to thoroughly enjoy the
rearing of her child. Mother's Friend caa
be had at any drug store at $1.00 a bottle,
and is really one of the greatest blessings
ever discovered for expectant mothers. :
Write to Bradfield Regulator Co.. 12S
Lamar Bldg., Atlanta. "!a., for their free
book. Write to-day. It Is most Instructive.

He may give his note,

season of its maturitv de-

gotiation of treaties by which it shall determines how long he must wait for
' ifnrxc on1 will t- rvt ho nnrnon in

intprpst rr f Tnlv nrisp nrhirh 1 ner Processes

processes of diplomacy they shall be Pends uPn the season when his crop
publiclv analyzed, discussed, and re- niatures, lies at the gates of the mar mar-ported
ported mar-ported upon by a tribunal chosen by ket where Products are sold. And
the parties before either nation de- the security he gives is of a character
termines its course of action. notiknown in the broker s office or
There is only one possible standard i 05 familiarly as it might be on the

l)v which to determine controversies musi ul ua4a-

The Agricultural Department of the

Government is seeking to assist as
never before to make farming an effi efficient
cient efficient business, of wide co-operative
effort, in quick touch with the mar markets
kets markets for foodstuffs. The farmers and

between the United States and other
nations, and that is compounded of
these two elements: Our own honor
and our obligations to the peace of
the world. A test so compounded

mifht pacilv tri ho maHo tr ?nvorn Vint h I

the establishment of new treaty ob- i Government will henceforth work
ligations and the interpretation of j together as real partners in this field,
those already assumed. I whre we now begin to see our way
There is but one cloud upon our ; veiT clearly and where many Intel Intel-horizon.
horizon. Intel-horizon. That has shown itself to nt plans are already being put
the south of us, and hangs over Mex- into execution. The Treasury of the
nft M, 0 rtn r. United States has, by a timely and

pect of peace in America until Gen. i well-considered distribution of its de-

Huerta has surrendered his usurped Poslls- lue mumB ui
authority in Mexico; until it is un-1 "ops in the present season and I pre pre-derstood
derstood pre-derstood on all hands, indeed, that I vented the scarcity of available funds

' too often experienced ai. sucn umes.
But we must not allow ourselves to
depend upon extraordinary expedi expedi-'
' expedi-' ents. We must add the means by
; which the farmer may make his credit
constantly and easily available and
; command when he will the capital by


for Congress, the nominees for va- that you will permit me to mention in

cant seats in the Senate of the closing.
United States, the Senators whose ; Our Bureau of Mines ought to be
terms have not yet closed, the na- j equipped and empowered to render
tional committees, and the candi- even more effectual service than it
dates for the Presidency themselves, j renders now in improving the condi condi-in
in condi-in order that platforms may be tions of mine labor and making the
framed by those responsible to the mines more economically productive
people for carrying them into effect. 1 as well as more safe. This is an all all-These
These all-These are all matters of vital ; important part of the work cf con con-domestic
domestic con-domestic concern, and besides them, serration; and the conservation of
outside the charmed circle of our human life and energy lies even near-

own national life in which our af affections
fections affections command us, as well as our
consciences, there stand out our
obligations toward our territories

er to our interest than the preserva preservation
tion preservation from waste of our material re resources.
sources. resources. We owe it, in mere justice to the

over sea. Here we are trustees, i railway employes or tne country, 10
Porto Rico, Hawaii, the Philippines, provide fcr them a fair and effective
are ours, indeed, but not ours to do employers' liability act; and a law

what we please with Such terri territories,
tories, territories, once regarded as mere pos

sessions, are no longer to be selfish- j those who administer the railroads of
ly exploited; they are part of the' the country than to the advantage of
domain of public conscience and of those whom they employ. The expe-

Program to be Observed at Studio
of the Ocala School of Music, Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, December 0, at 10 a. ni.
Vocal solo, by Miss Cecile Downs.
"Principles to Guide in Promo Promotions."
tions." Promotions." First speaker, Mr. J. H.
Workman, principal of the Ocala
High School; second speaker, Mr. A.
C. Maddox, principal of the Reddick
"How to Keep Pupils in Proper
Grades and Classes Without Offend Offending
ing Offending the Parents" Mr. E. H. Miller,
principal of the Fairfield school.
"How to Leave a Desire in the
Child's Mind to Know More and Go
Farther" Miss Carrie Dean, high
school teacher in Ocala.
Public cordially invited to attend
the meeting and especially trustees.

j that we can stand by in this matter
will be no less to the advantage of


serviceable and enlightened states statesmanship.
manship. statesmanship. We must administer them
for the people who live In them and
with the same sense of responsibil responsibility
ity responsibility to them as toward our own peo people
ple people in our domestic affairs. No
doubt we shall successfully enough
bind Porto Rico and the Hawaiian

rience of a large number of the States
abundantly proves that.
We ought to devote ourselves to
meeting pressing demands of plain
justice like this as earnestly as to
the accomplishment of political and
economic reforms. Social justice
comes first. Law is the machinery for

Islands to ourselves by ties or justice ts realization and is vital only as it
and interest and affection, but the expresses and embodies it.
performance of our duty toward the j An 1ntprnatinnal coneress for the

such pretended governments will not
be countenanced or dealt with by the
Government of the United States. We
are the friends of constitutional gov government
ernment government in America; we are more
than its friends, we are its champions:
Vinpi ii co in nn ntlipr vrav ran rmr

neighbors, to whom we would wish hica to support and expand his busi-

In everv wav to make proof of our ess. w e lag oemna manj ouier
friendship work-out their own de- j eat countries of the modern world
velopment in peace and liberty. Mex-! n attempting to do this. Systems of
ico has no Government. The attempt ral cr?d5t have been studied and
to maintain one -at the City of Mexico! developed on the other side of the
has broken down, and a mere military j ter while we left our farmers to
despotism has been set up which has sniit for themselves m the ordinary
hardlv more than the semblance of na-i money market. You have but to look

tional authority. It originated in the about you In acy rural district to see

usurpation of Yictoriano Huerta, who.
after a brief attempt to play the part
of constitutional President, has at

last cast aside even the pretense of
legal right and declared himself" dic dictator.
tator. dictator. As a consequence, a condition
of affairs now exists in Mexico which
has made it doubtful whether even
the most elementary and fundamental
rights either of her own people or
of the citizens of other countries resi resident
dent resident within her territory can long be
successfully safeguarded, and which
threatens, if long continued, to im-

the result, the handicap and embar

rassment which have been put upon
those who produce our food.
Conscious of this backwardness
and neglect on our part, the Con Congress
gress Congress recently authorized the crea creation
tion creation of a special commission to
study the various systems of rural
credit which have been put into op operation
eration operation in Europe, and this commis commission
sion commission is already prepared to report.
Its report ought to make It easier
for us to determine what methods
will be best suited to our own farm-

Philippines is a more difficult and
debatable matter. We can satisfy
the obligations of generous justice
toward the people of Porto Rico by
giving them the ample and familiar
rights and privileges accorded our
own citizens in our own territories
and our obligations toward the peo people
ple people of Hawaii by perfecting the pro provisions
visions provisions for self-government already
granted them, but in the Philippines
we must go further. We must hold
steadily in view their ultimate in de dependence,
pendence, dependence, and we must move toward
the time of that independence as
steadily as the way can be cleared

and the foundations
and permanently laid.

discussion of all questions that affect
safety at sea is now sitting in Lon London
don London at the suggestion of our own
Government. So scon as the conclu conclusions
sions conclusions of that congress can be learned
and considered we ought to address
ourselves, among other things, to the
prompt alleviation of the very unsafe,
unjust, and burdensome conditions
which now surround the employment
of sailors and render it extremely dif difficult
ficult difficult to obtain the services of spirited
and competent men such as every
ship needs if it is to be safely handled
and brought to port.

thouehtfullv ; -Ma" 1 no1 express uie w) redi

! pleasure I kave experienced in co-op-

Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorfr Joseph Bell.
Council J. H. Taylor, president
pro tem; E. C. Bennett, Baxter Cam,
C. W. Hunte, E. T. Helvenston, G.
A. Carmichael, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M.
City Attorney C. I.. Sistrunk.
City Clerk H. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
TV. Clyatt.
Superintendent Light Plant J. C
Superintendent Water Works .1
A. Campbell.
Marshal A. J. Brigance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Street Commissioner R o b e r t
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.

235 or 388
when you want a
First-class Plumber
I am prepared to
do all kinds of Steam
and Gas Fitting.
J. W. Akin,

S.OsceuIaSt. Ocala, Fin
And Be Free From Her Troubles,
bat Finds Better Way.

Columbia, Tenn. "Many a time
says Mrs. Jessie Sharp, of this place.
"I wished 1 would die and be relieved
of my Suffering, from womanly troubles.
I could not get up, without pulling at
something to help me, and stayed in bed
most of the time. 1 could not do my

Acting under the authority con-

j CrauUg Willi Uilb V. Ulifcif auu ocii-
I ing with it the labors of common
S service to which it has devoted in

ferred upon the President by Con-

people of ihe islands a major!,;- in o unreservedly during ; the past
both houses of their egislative body .'L?''T

ct'i.11 anuu uyuu tiitr uutiuc;j ui 'ct"

lation? Surely it is a proper and
pertinent part of my report on "the
state of the Union" to express my ad

miration for the diligence, the good

The least amount of work tired me
out. My head would swim, and I would
tremble for an hour or more. Finally, I
took Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I
am not bothered with pains any more,
and I don't have to go to bed. In fact,
1 am sound and well of all my troubles.
Cardui goes to all the weak spots and
helps to make them strong. It acts with
nature not againsi her. It is for the
tired, nervous, irritable women, who feel

Nylotis Toilet Water, the verv j something' to quiet 'erves and
latest odor, to be had at 7 5c. the bot- l strengthen the worn-out system,
rle at either one of Gerigs Drugj !f cMfforin (mm

of the numerous symptoms of woman!
trouble, take Cardui. It will help you.

Ilairdressing, manicuring and
massaging by an expert at the Ocala
Beauty Parlor one door west of Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Bank corner. 11-11-tf



All kinds of fancy calces and pas-

At all drutists.

hand at Carter's Bakery.

Ladies who experience a feeling; DR. AY. K. LAXB

by appointing five instead of four
native citizens to the membership of
the commission. I believe that in
this way we shall make proof of
their capacitv in counsel and their


cise of

r (i r r

clear our view for the steps wnicn ; i uufi SQLAu uu.mful.nd. it is a
- : imnortiort ;rtriieinn nf mvsplf into the . ...

to follow. biep oy siep e, woman's medeme. It Is especially

try, such as pound cake, layer ease j Write t- Chattanooga Kedlcir.a Co.. L&dsetf
, i Advisory Best.. Chattanooga, Term-, for Secial
and macaroons are constantly on ; xf 4or.vourcasaar.a64 wize book. -Home

1 1-5-ti Treatment for Worren." in plain wracper. N.C 123

-Specialist, Eye

Office Law

i - a l - ) 1 T 1 .

of rpcrjorciDiiiiv in me eiti ; i

political power and tha tile' PUUiiU UUL wiiiWii uos ciicnuj u-.u j lul iiiitri iitii si uiyiuiiis .ucr-u iuc unci 1.1 omi.i liiiuiut,. s v. cv 4 ca .-.u,.

nf tv.? tpn will bp sure to i manitested Dy txnn me nouses, restorative effect of Dr. SIMMON 5 ;


should extend and perfect the sys system
tem system of self-government in the isl islands,
ands, islands, making test of them and modi modifying
fying modifying them as experience discloses
their successes and their failures;

I picture if I say with how much and

how constant satisfaction I have
availed myself of the privilege cf put putting
ting putting my time and energy at their dis disposal
posal disposal alike in counsel and in action.

prepared to overcome the evil effects
of irregularities, heart palpitations
and weakness due to the ailments to
which the female body is subject.

The nobbiest line of correspond

ence stationery in the city has just
been put on display. Come in and
examine its texture and general
make-up. The Court Pharmacy. ll-t

Try a Star Want Ad. It PAYH

.Price 1 per bottle. Adv.

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Estimates on any kind
of Building furnished on
short notice. All work
P. O. BOX. XO. 438.
Coming South?
For sale 50 improved farms,
10 to 600 acres, northern
Marion County, Florida. Al Also
so Also 2,000 acres cut-over land;
well located; fine truck and
orange section. Write for
description and prices. Come
see me.
jWood! Wood!
I First-class
j Oak or Pine,
l Any Length.
I Prompt delivery any-
l where in the city.
j Ocala Wood Yard,
Cor. Magnolia & Jefferson Sts.
Phone 258
SIsde Daily,
J 25c per gallon.
Bought and Sold.
Farm Tools, Gasoline Engines, Wag Wagons,
ons, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Beds and
Bedding, Stoves, Tinware, Queens Queens-ware,
ware, Queens-ware, Crockery, Etc.
Phone 481
310 S. Main Street, Ocala, Fia.
Charles Goddard
Livery and Feed
Successor to Tompkins &.
Cobb, Livery Department.
Cor. Magnolia and Ft. King
Ocala, Fla.
Now is the Time
To have your home brightened up.
Interior Decorating including Kalso-
mining, Tinting, Papering and Paint Painting
ing Painting Neatly and Cheaply Done.
Wall Paper in all Grades from 10c
a Roll Up
Work fully guaranteed; estimates
cheerfully furnished.
Call Phone 285
Isaac Simmons
Ocala. Florida
'Queen oi Sea Routes"
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Boston and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
fares; wirelest telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points
Bend for booklet.
H. C. AVERY. Aent,
Jacksonville, Fla.
L. D. JONES. C. A.
Seminole Hotel. Jacksonville. Pla
Finest coastwise Trio in the orld
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and bfttsi
-work for the rno-iey than any othe-roTitracro-
in the "v

Al iVi

Author of "The Silver Blade,"
"The Paternoster Ruby," etc
(Copyright 1912 bjr A. C McCitirg 4 Co.)
(Continue J from Fifth Page)
max 13 to bay, uui quite two years.
How long previously to that it had
stood empty no club member could
say. During all the period within their
knowledge its begrimed facade had
been an eyesore and an object of exe execration;
cration; execration; somber and brooding, it was a
sort of memento mori to the idlers
behind the big plate glass windows of
the lounging-room, a eilent but per perpetual
petual perpetual rebuke to the folly of their
lives; which attribute had more than
once called forth a passionately resent resentful
ful resentful tirade from some member who had
been unlucky at cards, or had con consumed
sumed consumed too much alcohol the night be before.
fore. before. Then one afternoon the club was
electrified. Tom Phinney had been
staring unseeingly into the street for
some minutes. It struck him all at
once that the windows and the front
door across the way were no longer
boarded, and that all the windows
wore blinds; the red stone steps, how however,
ever, however, showed no indication of having
been recently cleaned.
"I say, fellows," he abrutly sang out,
"thirteen-thirteen's occupied!" I
There was a concerted movement
toward the club's window; everybody
present left off whatever he happened
to be doing at the moment and stood
silently gaping at the gloomy front.
"Blinds close-drawn," somebody
presently remarked. "Wonder who it
can be?"
What was learned during the word wordless,
less, wordless, curious inspection was about all
the information respecting Number
1313 that was to be vouchsafed dur during
ing during the succeeding months. During
that time it was scarcely possible that
any person could have come or gone
within the eighteen hours that are the
liveliest of the twenty-four, without
attracting somebody's attention at the
Powhatan. For as the weeks passed,
and the shades remained down by
day, and the windows dark by night,
curiosity grew apace; the house be became
came became more and more a fruitful topic of
speculation; and with its secret front
constantly staring one in the face, the
least sign of life or activity must have
been noted.
Why should anybody want to main maintain
tain maintain such persistent, unnatural seclu seclusion?
sion? seclusion? Inquiry at the estate's office build building
ing building was productive of no enlighten enlightenment.
ment. enlightenment. Considerable difficulty was ex experienced
perienced experienced in gaining access to the
manager; then he at once denied Num Number
ber Number 1313's occupancy. Whereupon
Tom Phinney felt that the Powhatan's
committee was not being treated with
the deference which it unquestionably
"See here," he said, thumping the
desk under the manager's nose; "your
confounded house is situated right
across the street from the Powhatan
For the first time the manager's
eye contained a gleam of interest. He
"Isn't Mr. Percy Bonner on your
house committee?" he inquired.
"Yes, he is," returned Tom, not re receding
ceding receding in the least from his determined
stand. He waited a moment, but as
the gleam died in the manager's eye,
"Our body is select, you must be
aware, and we are proud of the quiet
respectability of our neighborhood.
There's enough influence in our mem membership
bership membership to run out anything of a shady
nature we won't 6tand for it, in
The manager acknowledged the jus justice
tice justice of this ultimatum, but merely
said: "If you see or hear anything
wrong, run 'em out; I don't care."
"We have a right to know who our
neighbors are," insisted Tom.
"Inquire of them," said the mana manager;
ger; manager; "I can't tell you."
"Do you mean to say you don't
know ?" incredulously.
"Just that. The present tenant nev never
er never applied to us at all have never
seen him, in fact. Occupancy of the
house was arranged in quite another
manner. Really, gentlemen, that is all
I am at liberty to tell you."
And the Powhatan's committee was
bowed politely out.
It was not for nothing that the
house was called the House of Mys Mystery.
tery. Mystery. Continued lumcrrow)
The constant itching, burning sen sensation
sation sensation and other disagreeable forms
of eczema, tetter, salt rheum and
skin eruptions promptly cured by Dr.
Hobson's Eczema Ointment. Geo.
W. Fitch of Mendota, 111., says: "I
purchased a box of Dr. Hobson's ec eczema
zema eczema Ointment. Have had eczema
ever since the civil war, have been
treated by many doctors, none have
given the benefit that one box of Dr.
Hobsons Eczema Ointment has."
Every sufferer should try it. We're
so positive it will help you we guar guarantee
antee guarantee it or money refunded. At all
druggists or by mail. 50 cents. H. E.
Bucklen & Co.. Philadelphia or St.
Louis. Ad
All cf the choice brands of 5-cent
circrs. C. H. S. our leader, 6 for 25

cents. Tydings & Co.



He and Other Noted Soldiers to fas
in Reproduction of Custer Battle
at Rushviile, Neb.
Rushville, Neb. Lieut. Gen. Nelson A.
Miles, accompanied by H. H. Tammen,
a newspaper publisher of Denver.
Colo.; Gecrge C. Spccr, F. G. Bontils
and Colonel Thomas arrived here from
the east recently. They were to be
joined by Gen. Charles King of Mil Milwaukee.
waukee. Milwaukee. General Miles and General King are to
take part in a moving picture battle
reproducing the last stand of Custer,
the battle of the Little Big Horn, the
treaty of peace with the Indians tv.d
historic incidents connected with thu
life and history of the red man aud
General Custer's connection therewith,
'- ". T.I
Gen. Nelson A. Miles.
In addition to the two generals, oth other
er other army officers who were connected
with the battles during the Indian
wars will participate in the battles to
be reproduced. These are to be
"fought" out on the scenes of the act actual
ual actual battles. The reproduction will re require
quire require about four months and an ex expenditure
penditure expenditure of $100,000, and will be un under
der under the direction of Col. W. F. Cody
("Buffalo Bill").
they cannot reach the seat of the
disease. Catarrh is a blood or con constitutional
stitutional constitutional disease, and in order to
cure it you must take internal rem remedies.
edies. remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internally and acts directly upon the
blood and mucous, surfaces. Hall's
Catarrh Remedy is not a quack
medicine. It was prescribed by one
of the best physicians in this country
for years and is a regular prescrip prescription.
tion. prescription. It is composed of the best ton tonics
ics tonics known, combined with the best
blood purifiers, acting directly on
the mucous surfaces. The perfect
combination of the two ingredients
i-3 what produces such wonderful re results
sults results in curing catarrh. Send for tes testimonials,
timonials, testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Proprietors, To'edo, Ohio. Sold by
all druggists, price 75c. Take Hall's
Family Pills for constipation. Ad.
The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 2-28-tf
Croup is a terrible disease, it at attacks
tacks attacks children so suddenly they are
very apt to choke unless given the
proper remedy at once. There is
nothing better in the world than Dr.
King's New Discovery. Lewis Cham Chamberlain,
berlain, Chamberlain, of Manchester, Ohio, writes
about his children: "Sometimes in
severe attacks we were afraid they
would die, but since we proved what
a certain remedy Dr. King's New
Discover is, we have no fear. We
rely on it for croup, coughs and
colds." So can you. 50 cents and
$1 a bottle. A bottle should be in
every home. At all druggists. H.
E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia and
St. Louis. Ad
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O E. S.,
meets at Yonge's Hall the first Fri Friday
day Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock and the
third Friday afternoon at 3:30, of
each month.
Mrs. Emma C. Burnett, M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secretary.
Stomach, liver and kidney troub troubles,
les, troubles, weak nerves, lame back and fe female
male female ills disappear when Electric
Bitters are used. Thousands of wo women
men women would not be without a bottle
in their home. Eliza Pool of Dpew,
Okla.. writes: Electric Bitters rais raised
ed raised me from a bed of sickness and
suffering and has done me a world
of good. I wish every suffering wo woman
man woman could use this excellent remedy
and find out as I did just how good
it is." As it has helped thousands of
others, it will surely do the same for
you. Every bottle guaranteed, 50c.
and $1. At all druggists. H. E. Buck Bucklen
len Bucklen & Co.. Philadelphia, Pa., or St.
Louis. Ad
If you are a user of high quality
toilet articles our elegant line is
worthy of your inspection. The Court
Pharmacy. 11-19-tf
! If you are constipated, your en en-!
! en-! tire system is poisoned by the waste
I matter kept in the body. serious
I results often follow. Use Dr. King's
New Life Pills and you will soon get
t rid of constipation, headache and
iother troubles. 25c at druggists or
; by mail. H. E. Bucklen & Co.. Phila Phila-,
, Phila-, delphia, or St. Louis. id


it crown
The Ocala Seed Store has the gen genuine
uine genuine 90 day oats at $1 per bushel;
the Georgia or Tennessee 90 day oats
at 80c. per bushel. 11-21-tf
The Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder troubles, dissolves grav gravel,
el, gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism, and all irregular irregularities
ities irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in
both men and women. Regulates
bladder troubles in children. If not
sold by your druggist, will be sent
by mail on receipt of $1. One small
bottle is two months' treatment, and
seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send
for testimonials from this and other
"states. Dr. E. W. Hail, 2 026 Olive St.,
3t. Louis, Mo. Sold by druggists. Ad
CHAPTER XO. 13. It. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
I Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
1:30 p. m. C. B. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brow, Secretary. A3
Handsome chafing dishes at Ty Ty-dings
dings Ty-dings & Cjs. drug store. 11-14-tf
Notice is hereby sriven that the city
council of the city of Ocala, Marion
countv. Florida, at its resrular meeting
to be" held at the city hall in the city
UfDeceniler 2nd. A. D. 1013 at 7:30
O'clock P.
w'll consider bids for the construction
o? sidewalks and curbs (not already
constructed) on both sides of Dauner Dauner-tv
tv Dauner-tv treet. commencing at Oklawana
avenue and running north to Franklin
tref-t. in accordance with specifica specifications
tions specifications provided by ordinance now on
Sle ?n th citv clerk's office in tne city
of Ocala." Said bids to be sealed and
led with the city clerk of the city or
Ocla at least five days prior to the
-ail 2nd dav of December. A. I). 131.
The citv council reserves the right to
reject any or all bids bmitted
president of the City Council Pro Tern.
"Ue:: H. C. 5ISTRUNK.
Citv Clerk. 10-28-Tues tf






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Hops are tonical and sop soporific.
orific. soporific. A bottle of pure
beer at bedtime will ben benefit
efit benefit you greatly. But be
sure it's pure.

1 1

Schlitz is brewed in the dark, cooled in
filtered air,every bottle sterilized, aged
for months to prevent biliousness.
The windows oi our bottling plant
are of brown glass.
Schlitz is made pure and the Brown
Bottle keeps it pure until it is
poured into your glass.

or cork is branded "fr-hlJ
Of Bankrupt Auction Sale
The undersigned, J. M. Thomas, as
trustee in bankruptcy of the estate of
E. P. Rentz and E. P. Rentz & Sons,
hereby gives notice that pursuant to
an order made on the 15th day of No November,
vember, November, A. D. 1S13, by the Hon. Chas.
5 Adams, referee in bankruptcy in the
matter of E. P. Rentz and E. P. Rentz
6 Sons, bankrupts, pending In the
United States District Court for the
Southern District of Florida, he will
Friday, the 5th Day of December,
1913, at 10 O'Clock A. M.
at the sales stables of H. J. Nichols on
Broadway street in the city of Ocala,
Marion county, Florida, offer for sale
and sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash, forty-four (44) mules, with
carts, harness and equipment, or so
much thereof as may remain unsold at
that time. Said mules may be inspect inspected
ed inspected at the stables of Tompkins & Cobb
and at the stables of H. J. Nichols in
Ocala. Florida, and may be purchased
at private sale from the undersigned,
all sales hereunder to be subject to
confirmation of the court.
Trustee in Bankruptcy of K. P. Rentz
and E. P. Rentz 6c Sons. Bank Bankrupts.
rupts. Bankrupts. 11-22-tf dly
Sealed bids will be received by J. H.
Erinson, superintendent, on behalf of
the Board of Public Instruction of
Marion county, Florida, at his office in
Ocala. Florida, until Tuesday, the 10th
dav of December at 12 m.. for the con construction
struction construction of a school building for the
said board in Dtinnellon. Florida, in
accordance with plans and specifica specifications
tions specifications prepared by E. C. Hosford & Co.,
architects. Eastman, Ga.
Bids will also be received at the same
time and place, for the installation of
steam heating and plumbing systems
in said buildinsr in accordance with
plans and specifications prepared by
said architects.
A copy cf the plans and specifica specifications
tions specifications can bj seen at the office of the
superintendent of public instruction in
the court house at Ocala. Florida, at
the office of Mr. G. W. Neville, at the
Bank of Dunnellon in Dunnellon. Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, at the "office of Louis A. Fort, su supervising
pervising supervising architect. Lakeland. Fla.,
and at the office of the architects E. C.
Hosford & Co., at Eastman, Ga. A
copv of the plana and specifications
can be obtained from the said archi architects
tects architects at Eastman. Ga., on receipt of a
deposit of $15.00 to guarantee their
safe return to the architects on or be before
fore before the date of receiving bids
By order of the Board of Public In In-...
... In-... s r, r f o t- ; n n Crmn?v Florida.
! this 4th day of November, 1313.
Secretarv of the Board of Public
ll-7-5t wkly e o d tf
Try a Star Tant Ad It pays.


Telephone 37
he Carmichael Sc Sons Co.

6 X. Magnolia Street
Ocala, Fla.
At a special meeting of the city
council held on this date, the registra registration
tion registration books of the -city were revised and
the following names stricken there therefrom:
from: therefrom: Ward One
Bonner, J. H., moved.
Bellamy, 'J- W., moved.
Baker, T? W., moved.
- Baker, Charles, moved.
Coleman, W. H., moved.
Davis, E. W., moved.
Duval, L. W., moved.
Feltham, George, moved.
Gray, C. M., moved.
Graham, A. A., moved.
Hamilton, E., moved.
Knight, L. J., moved.
Morgan, S. G., moved.
Mustin, F. R., moved.
Pasteur, G. C. moved.
Riehbrough, C, moved.
Richardson, M. L, moved.
Smith. V. W., moved.
Thompson, T. C, moved.
Ward Two
Miller, C. V.. movd.
Ward Three
Armstronsr, Wm., moved.
Cody. B. C, dead.
Dukes. J. W.. moved.
t Dreyfus, E., moved.
Dame. A. O., moved.
Evans. W. G.. moved.
Garv, Thos. R, dead.
Goin, P. G.. dead.
Gibbf. S. M., moved.
Houstin. Jim, moved.
Jones, E. V., moved.
I-Ufius, Wm., moved.
Lvlt-w. J. V., dead.
Manor, Cebon, moved.
MeClymonds, J. H., dead.
Owens, John, moved.
Parker, M. L., moved.
Pittman. E. P., moved.
Taylor. Randolph, moved.
Stewart. S. D., dead.
Smith. W. H., dead.
Tison, J. M.. mow-d.
Ward Four
Agnew. E. W.. moved.
Herzenbersr, H., moved.
Johnson, T. W.. moved.
Jones. C. O.. dead.
Martin. S. H., moved.
Mills, T. H., dead.
Mooney, J. A., moved.
JSchwerine, I., moved.
Smoak. J. L.. moved.
Wilson, George, dead.
Notice is hereby given that the
council will meet to hear complaints
for restoration of names erroneously
stricken at 9 o'clock a. m. on the
2Mb day of November, 1913
Notice is also hereby given that the
registration books of the city are now
open an d parties desiring to register,
both in the old and new city limits,
mav do so bv calling at the city clerk's
office between this date and the sec second
ond second Saturday in November.
This October 27th, 1913.
(Seal) H. C. SISTRUNK,
Clerk and Ex-Officio Supervisor of
Rpsistration of the City of Ocala.
10-27-Tues tf
Masons meet Thursday evening.

Odd Fellows meet tonight.