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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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VOL 20.
OCALA. FLORIDA. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 20. 1913
NO. 179

4

RICHEST LANDS

RECLAIMED

FIVK THOUSAXD ACRES ONCE SWAMP NOW TEEM WITH VEG VEGETABLES,
ETABLES, VEGETABLES, FI1UIT AND FLOWERS

DEVELOPED FROM A fILBEUSS 10
A GARDEN B SCIEHTIHC DRAINAGE

Smiling Fields and Handsome Homes as Well as Heavy Shipments of
Produce Prove that Kyle and KirklandV. Great Experi Experiment
ment Experiment is a Confirmed Success?

Whatever may be the temporary
applause of men. or the expression ; ValIev Here is a strip of fertiie coun coun-of
of coun-of public opinion, it may be asserted try ai)I)roximately 25,000 acres, ex ex-without
without ex-without fear of contradiction that J u n Jing from the ake re?ions 0,- Har.
no true and permanent, fame can beri? Gril5in an;1 Dcra northeast to the
founded except in labors which j 5t Jolms river at paiatka, and aver aver-promise
promise aver-promise the happiness of mankind. I ag?ng not more thau two iniIes in
-Let's go' hand in hand, not one be-; ,vi:lth Five years ago the valley land
fore the other," for all are willing to j v,a s comparatively speaking, in its
unite and to take part with t hc.e j native 5Tae. But somewhat far see see-whom
whom see-whom they see ready and billing to:n? anl believing in doing things in
put forth their strength, as they no uncertain manner, our company
ought. J touched this fertile spdt. and in a
Every locality is measured by the ; I)eriod of le,6 than five yearri we
character of its soil and the stability : jiave reclaimed' and wrested from
of the men who compose the cozn-!the oklawaha river r,,0u0 acres of
mercial body. When the products of i the rif.hes: muck soil, and we now
the land are seen, the soil and its;have lt abloom with fruitage, and we
possibilities are known, -ihe work j rreJ5ct that when the iiaiance of the
of its business men attest their ca-iYalley is :naJe cultivable that almost
pacify and fixes their place in the j a -treani of pcU wiI1 get lhU way in
commercial activities of life. It is j 1.ynietit for the products of the soil.
equallv as true that men, to a very ; ..... .,
1 The soil m this vallev wnl furnisn
great extent, are like the country n ..

which they reside. Men of real merit
rarely seek those places where there
are few posibilities. The men of
v.-orth desire mere than existence.
They seek to live, and find those

places where the broadest promise o; Thoroughly impressed with the
life are present. This has been ex-! greatness of our most favored sec sec-emplified
emplified sec-emplified many times in the march i cn, we have gone about the task of
of progress in our Marion county, j home-making and country building
Where kind nature has wrought in a vigorous manner. We are not
along the broadest lines great men, j money-mad. We have wrought with
as a rule, make their homes. .Seek-J earnest zeal and intelligence mark marking
ing marking congenial surroundings has beenjed the earth to which we are tenant tenant-the
the tenant-the effort of the ages by those who j e l to better things brought it to its

have a thought for the future.
While many places on the conti
nent are examples of the most capa
ble finding their level, not one of
these stands out more prominently
than that of our company to devel-
op the resources of the Oklawaha

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Sunday night

FLORIDA

FROM THE OKLAWAHA RIVER

v i. i v. j 1 i 111 a 11 u 1. u;
e,t-:ables fresh from the gardens
when Boreas rages and winter holds
the northland in its frigid, spell.
A Word About Ourselves
1 own as a yielding force in the wealth
,of a nation and as a result land
lvalues have swept upward until acre
j values which, a few years ago were
j but a trifle, will run well into the
j hundreds. But .this valuation is
merely the beginning. Those who

InevJ you weR.e gommc-
7b ASK ME AU 'lMe

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know the worth of the soil Dr.
Cyril G. Hopkins, formerly at the
head of the University of Illinois and
Mr. Clement S. Ucker, for many
years the government land expert,
both gentlemen now in charge of the
Southern Settlement & Development
Company predict that before we
finish .colonizing our Oklawaha river
farm our land will be clamored for
at $700 to $1,000 per acre.
Increased and increasing valua valuations
tions valuations are not all.
Beautiful homes, all. with twenti twentieth
eth twentieth century equipments, will dot our
town site homes, in which hopes
will be realized and ideals on a high

plane created. The trend will be up-
ward, nearer and nearer to that con condition
dition condition in which the. highest life of
the human will be made iossible.
People of merit will mark this col colony,
ony, colony, and who will make it the great greatest
est greatest on the American continent. In
its producing 310v.tr they will make
the land, in every sense of the word,
commensurate with that climatic
condition which render it
nature's
sanitarium. Sincerely,
David H. Kirk land
SHE'S A GOOD SPORT
Probable that Ore I in!ianap:)Iis
Dance Matron Will be Very
Popular
Indianajolis, Ind.
De". The;

matron whose duties it is to preside; "These men," continued Speaker
at all dances, made her lir.-t apiear- Clark, "propose to get into ihe news news-ance
ance news-ance in Indianapolis last nigh: at a j papers every day. day af.er day. that
dance given by society folk at a local j the country is goiiv? to the dogs and
hotel. She was jut as popular as j business is going to the deuce and
any other woman present and danc- people that never t ho a gin of a panic
ed all the latest steps without cen- j will begin to study about it. Dy ,-,11
suring the way any of the guests ; thinking men this will be considered
danced, or criticising the vmsic or j a monstrous and unpardonable per-

the dress oi those ire. -ent.
fused to rccept ih tee of
she is alio we i by the law.
She re-
which
Cl'T DOWX CHl'llirs ( (;i!i)HTS
Pejiev(Ient Autocrat of Florida Ie
publicans Feels Some
Bilious
. Washington, Dec.
20.xationar
Committeeman Chubb of Florida, Is
in a state of high dudgeon. The Re
publican National Committee, over
his protest, adopted a change in rep
resentation at national
by which Florida loses four delegate
votes.

iarge aingaior Dags ana traveling ; viving connaence 11 ne wouia. ine aence 01 jane urown. Apply to uox tne matter was at lioetnai s re redressing
dressing redressing sets at Tydings. 11-14-tf democratic side of this House could 55S. 12-16-tf quest," said Metcalfe.

Our Members Make a
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YoO KNOW UNLf

SCORED 81

THE SPEAKER
Calamity Howlers and their Method
Vigorously Denounced by
Champ Clark
Washington, Dec.
20. Speaker ?
Clark left his chair in the House;
yesterday to challenge the patriot-j
ism of "calamity howling" republi
cans after minority leader Mann had
made a speech picturing the country
vo noa f w,
4 n.. U1 u.ao
trial depression as the result of dem-
ocratic tariff legislation. As the
"greatest calamity howlers in Amcr
ica.
Root
the speaker presented Senator
n r X a it I- T r.r c- r r o sir
i Cannon, chairman Hilles, of the re-
publican national committee, former
Governor Hadley, of Missouri, and
Representative .Mann. 1
Vigorously defending the new tar-1
iff law, Mr. Clark declared that if'
there had been any hold-up in bjsi-;
ness it was simply because prudence
was being exercised. He said the
wish was father of the thought with
the republican leaders and suggested
that it was strange that no one ele
had teen signs of falling pr
' formance."'
Ile;:re?-entative Mann ha
a
gloomy
picture oi
tne country
unier tne democratic tanit ana
threat of political control of bank banking
ing banking and curency.
"Throughout the country today."
1
he. roiri." -wherever men are ennzre
!ofj u,. it,, rf,,,
Ision going on.' which, when cold
Weather strikes the country, will end
: in a roar and a howl that will even
j penetrate the ears of the deaf states-
man on the democratic side of the,
aiHies. Men with wives and child- j
j work three months ago. are now
seeking the opportunity. The Presi-
dent could do much today toward re-
Ten Strike With the Ladies.
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I do much, but they are pursuing the

fatuous policies which they have
talked ab.out on the stamp so many
years. We are not justified in keep- j
ing silent on the situation." i
CA0HE8 WAS CLEARED
t
Macon, Ga., Clerk Who Killed His
Employer, Xot Guilty of
Murder
Macon, Ga.. Dec. 20. After being:
j out only fifteen minutes a jury de- j
clared Jesse M- Coon?r not guilty or,
the murder of ?- MeWilliams. a j
rominent merchant of this city J
Cooner wag a clerk in McWilliams'
tore. He wanted to give up his po-
sition. witnesses testified, and Mc-i
Williaffis insistei that he remain.
-vccoran.g 10 xne Minee me
t T ii'iT i m r woe in
self-defense. The ;
j-m 311-KT H WE 1JKEX
WEAIIV OF LIFE I
Mexican Soldier Cros-cd the liorder
and Opened Fire on Uncle
Sam's Men

Preside Texas, Dec. 20. An ex-a decidedly noticeable feeling of un un-change
change un-change of shots between Mexican 0 ., ra;tai

and American soldiers on the Amer
k.an side nvo mie5 west of Presidio
.,it,i nr

cclciu. icuni ui vance or io,uuu men on. tne capital,
Luis Orozco. a federal regular from j whiIe from Tampico the report is
the army of Gen. Mercado. The Mex-'that the insurgents who attacked
icans fired the first shots, Orozco, that port are now turning their -a-v.
ho lived several hours, admitted Mention to either this city or Vera
after being shot that he and his ; Cruz.
companion had crossed to the Amer- It i3 al0 known that Zapata with
ican side with a note and that whenooo men has advanced to within

thfy were halted by the American
sentries they fired.
CLAUK'S HILL OX WAI1 CLAIMS
Washington, Dec. 20.-
The House
committee on war claims has set to- :
day as the time to consider whether!
or not the general government re-;
fund to the Southern states the cot
- r -M"VJ.
ten tax collected in the sixties
Rep
resentative Frank Clark has been in-j
vited to aPPar before the committee.;
and explain in detail his plan for the
j refunding of this money.
HOUSE FOR REXT

A six-room, two-story residence; ; of making huge profits in purchas purchas-all
all purchas-all modern conveniences; possession ing government supplies.

' January 1st; located next to resi
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ESTIMATES HAVE
BEEN EXCEEDED

Postoffice Department Swamped by
the Tremendous Flood of
Christmas Parcels
Washington, Dec 30. The parcel
post is being swamped all over the
country by the tremendous number
f ri.rktI,195 nnrka? nil estimate
having fceen exceeded,
It is underStood that Postmaster
Gneral Burleson is considering a
scheme to have addressees on pack.
ages notified when parcels are re received
ceived received and asked to call for them.
OScials believe that only one-
i third of the parcels received can be
, aeiiverei next wees
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CLOSING IX OX TIIK CAPITAI
Dictator and His Partisans May Soon
Have to Fight in Their
Last Ditches
I Mexico City, Dec. 20. Persistent
j reports of a planned attack by the
revolutionists on Mexico City causes
j Vrom Chihuahua comes the report
ttat Gen. Villa is leading an ad.
. .. ..
Hixteen miles of Mexico Citv.
j Huerta and his advisers are bus bus-lily
lily bus-lily engaged in preparing their da-
j fenses.
COETHALS IS AFTER
THE GRAFTERS'
i Incited Governor Metcalfe to Push
i - r
the Canal Supplies Inves Investigation
tigation Investigation Panama Dec. 20. Richard L.
; Metcalfe governor of the canal zone,
states that Colonel Goethals is re
sponsible for the investigation of
John Burke, head of the canal com-
I missary department, who is accused
j "Whatever part I may have had in
By F. R. MORGAN
(Copyright, 1913, Western Newspaper L'nlon.)
Eycose Me.'R:
- 9of if yoSae ever
in-bad". Co Me and
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1913
IX THE CIRCL'IT COURT

OCALA OCCURRENCES

The case of J. H. J. Counts vs.
Wm. A. Jeffeoat, which was set for
hearing today in the circuit court.

CHwHwH'X'H''H:' ::::X:X:X: was potnoiied on account of the pa- j

pers being mis-placed. It will come

ed from that old and influential pa- J Jp for trial on the ord of January, j

per, the Illinois state -Kegister, a lei- -c.ciai inunuai iuea ut?eu
tpr a-in? for information on rates set for trial Monday morning and I

the jury for the week has been sum-

K. of P. meet Monday night.

Elkg meet Tuesday evening.

Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.

A man thinks he is good when he
isn't acting worse than usual.

'' Lack of money is the root of much
evil.

White Dent and Golden Dent seed
corn from Ohio at Tydings. 11-14-tf

At this season of the year, a man
should grant his wife's smallest
wish. The smaller it is, the easier
to grant.

Every time we hear people say
they love their enemies or like to
work, we are tempted to say what
we think".

Finest values ever offered In coat
suits, every one we have in stock
now on sale at much reduced price.
H. B. Masters Co. 12-19-5t

Wonder if the currency bill will
relieve the stringency that always
comes after Christmas.

Genuine Thermos bottles from $3
down, at Tydings & Co.'s. 11-14-tf

Work is progressing on the new
metal ceiling being put in the Ocala

House

and cost of operation and his opinion
on the practicability of municipal
ownership. Mr. Caldwell is one of
the best electricians in the state, and
his opinion is worth having.

moned.

Fruit Cake (dark or white), pound
cake, raisin cake, fig cake, nut cake,
marbel cake, etc., 30 cents per
pound, at Cartel's Bakery. Phone
360. 12-18-6t dly

Mr. John S. Pedrick, of Dunnel Dunnel-lon,
lon, Dunnel-lon, was in town yesterday. Like
all other Dunnellon citizens he
claims prosperity for his town.

An up-to-date milking machine,
one of the best in the state has been
installed in the Ocala Heights
Dairy.

If you want something to make
ycur hens lay, come to the Ocala
Seed Store 12-19-tf.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. L. Godwin and
Mrs. Henry E. Schoeflin spent the
afternoon Friday in the city, doing
their Christmas shopping.

Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Becker, of Hol Holder
der Holder were among holiday shoppers
in the city Friday. Mr. Becker has
charge of the office of one of the
largest phosphate companies operat operating
ing operating in Citrus county.

Mr. H. A. Black of Richmond, Va.,
is a new arrival in our city. Mr.
Black some time ago heard of Ocala,
and desiring to make his home in a
warmer climate than that of Virgin Virginia,
ia, Virginia, wrote to Postmatser Huber for
information about the city. Mr.
Huber sent him what information he
had to hand and referred him to the
Board of Trade for more. The re
suit is that Mr. Black is among us,
is pleased with out city and its sur surroundings,
roundings, surroundings, and will very likely make
his home here. Mr. Black is some something
thing something of an invalid at present, but
will soon recover his health under
the influence of our genial climate.

Messrs. Robert T. Adams and R.
L. Keating made a flying business
trip to Gainesville today.

yTiob Adams alrlost has to make
twins of himself between hisjwo
I big hotels.

At Heintz' Bakery go for fruit
r cakes, pound cake, currant cake,
"lady fingers, maccaroons and any
other cakes you wish. Always on
; liand, fresh bread and pies. 12-15-tf

Mr. Dan Porter, manager of the
Porter Bros., sawmill, of Palatka,
and one of the best liked young men
of the Gem City, was a visitor in the
city yesterday and today.

They have heard of Ocala up

- north. Superintendent Caldwell of

the electric power plant has' receiv-

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The best line of Sachet Powders
we have ever shown is now in stock

at Gerig's Drug Store 12-15 tf

Rev. T. J. Nixon will serve the

Tallahassee Methodist church for an

other year.

The Ocala Seed Store is headquar headquarters
ters headquarters for best poultry and stock
foods 12-19 tf

Right now, before any practical
joker gets in his work, Mr. G. T.

Maughs wants it understood that the
Southern Express Co. will be on the

job all Christmas day.

The largest shipment of Xunnal-

ly's Candies that ever came to Ocala,

just in at! Gerig's Drugstore 12-1 of

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SUGGESTIONS
Walking Dolls,
Novelties
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All Kinds,
Hand-Bags,

Purses
and Bill-Folds,
Collapsible
Drinking Cups,
Full Line of
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Mr. A. W. Haldenby, who had a

position on the Panama canal under

the late Lieut. Col. Galliard, Ispeaks

most highly of that excellentfficer

and was deeply grieved to hea
his death.

PERFIDIES AND TOILET WATERS

In Fancy Xmas Packages, and a
large line to select from, at the
Court Pharmacy. 12-9

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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.

MILLINERY BUSINESS FOR SALE

Large crowds arrived on all the

trains today and all the stores are

thronged with Christmas shoppers.

Mr. H. S. Chambers sold three of
his fine wheels today.

The best line of hair brushes and
combs in the city. Tydings & Com Company's
pany's Company's drugstore. 11-14-tf

Judge D. S. Williams is working
all day and until late at night every
night on preparations for the next
Marion County Fair.

My well-established and paying
millinery business in the Ocala
House block, Ocala, for sale, cheap
for cash. Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick,
Ocala. Fla. 12-18-6td

SECOND-HAND REFRIGERATOR

For Sale A good 50 pound capa capacity
city capacity refrigerator; cheap for cash.
See it at my office. H. A. Kramer,
Fort King avenue. 12-18-6t

The Tampa Tribune says that Col.
R. W. Davis has removed from Tam Tampa
pa Tampa to Gainesville in order to attend
to the duties of register to the Unit United
ed United States land office, to which he has
been -appointed.

Mr. William Dickerson and Miss
Marie Andfson, two good-looking
young people from Burbank, were
joined in m a tl mm'bT" J u dge Smith
in his office wthe courthouse at 2

o'clock this afternoon.

Mr. E. F. Coney, who has been

with the Roess Lumber Co. here for
the past year, will leave Wednesday

for Waycross, Ga., to spend Christ Christmas
mas Christmas at home. Upon returning, he
will proceed to Tampa, where the of offices
fices offices of the Roess Company are be being
ing being moved. Mr. Coney has many many-friends
friends many-friends in Ocala who regret to see
him leave us.

Mr. John C. DeVant of Brooks Brooks-ville,
ville, Brooks-ville, is in the city dh the interest of
t i i t a i e t-j

cueni. xie aupeareu ueiure juuge

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Mr. J. H. Roberts is on the police
force in the absence of Mr. Koonce.
Mr. Roberts is one of them sprinters.
Its no use for an evil doer to try to
outrun him.

Let Carter's Bakery bake y

t.irkey or chicken for Christmas

ner. Phone 360. 12-18-6t

our

Mr. Ben Chambers, the mercIVant,

of Fairfield was a business visitor

town yesterday.

Call phone 291 if you have second secondhand
hand secondhand furniture to sell. 11-20-tf

If you are interested in furniture
read ad. on page S. 11-20-tf

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The hearts of the members of the
Star force were made glad, also their
mouths and stomachs, by the receipt
Friday afternoon of a box of delic delicious
ious delicious oranges from the grove of Mr.
J. R. Williams, of Citra. The or oranges
anges oranges are of the famous pineapple
variety and nothing in the citrus line
tastes better.

A select line of Stationery is on
display at Gerig's Drug Store and we
feel sure you can supply your
wants. 12-15 tf

Mr. W. A. Guthrie, the affable
railroad section master of the Stan Stanton
ton Stanton section on the A. C. L., was in
the city today and renewed his alle allegiance
giance allegiance to the Star.

Gaiter was

M. Turner of

the visitors in the city today.

He came in tpjineet his son, Mr. f red
Turner, who fame home to spencj the
holidays fronr the University of
Florida at Gainesville. He is diking

an agricultural course at tnejnniver-

?ity.

SEED OATS

Florida raised 90-day Oats for sale
at Ocala Seed Store. 12-19 tf

YOU WILL FIND AT THE COURT

PHARMACY

S. Bullock

forenoon.

in chambers during

r. Frank Sanders will leave the

ejfiy part of next week tor Brooks-

ville, to spend Christmas with his
parents.

E. C. Bennett was among the
many business visitors from Ocala
spending yesterday in the city.
Tampa Tribune.

The city council has cut off the
free list of the electric light plant,
and after Jan. 1 the hospital, the
band and the Board of Trade must
pay for their lights. The Star sug

gests that all the people who expect
to save money by the reduced cost of

electric current remember the hos

pital in their Christmas giving.

A Beautiful line of Cut Glass Ato Atomizers,
mizers, Atomizers, which are very suitable for
Christmas presents. 12-9

Sterling Silver.
Buy now.
Quantity limited.
1 2-1 7-0 1 The Murray Co.

Mr. Fishel & Son have been doing
a phenomenal business in hole-proof
hosiery for men and women, for
Christmas. They have filled over
one hundred orders.

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South, Liggett's the standard of the
Xorth, either of these candies to be
had in Ocala at Gerig's two stores
cnly. 12-15-tf

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One of our friends heard a joke joke-ster
ster joke-ster say that when a man's wife
quits quarreling with him he is dead.
He said he was going to get behind
the stove and tell his wife the joke
as soon as he got home. We notice
that he looked like he wished he was
dead next day.

Mr. J. Carstens went down to his
home at Xorth Lake Weir this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon to spend the Christmas holi holidays.
days. holidays. He will not return to Ocala
until Monday week.

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge, Xo. 286, Benovelent
and Protective Order of Elks, mets
the second and fourth Tuesday even-

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Last Tuesday Mr. R. L. Turner ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mrs. Moorhead of
Ocala, organizer of the boys' corn
clubs and the girls' tomato clubs,
visited this place with the intention
of organizing a club here. We un understand
derstand understand some few members were
secured. Lecanto item in Crystal
River News.

The- boy scouts held a well attend attended
ed attended meeting yesterday afteroon, and

adjourned to meet again Monday, at

S:30 a. m. at their hall in the Gary

block. The organization is a good

thing for our boys, and the Star rec-
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commends the older people to spare
no efforts to keep it up.

CANDIES
"Fresh today 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 and Chocolates in
most Attractive Boxes 80c lb
Beautiful Round Decorated and Rib Ribbon
bon Ribbon tied 21b Boxes $l.GO
The rich and unique Beverly
Chocolates in violet boxes, ribbon
tied, one, two and five pound boxes,
SO CENTS POUND
And finally tiie New Dollar Box of
SPECIAL
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of the candy maker's art. They're
different from all other HUYLER'S
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ren brethren a'ways welcome.

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Joseph Bell, Secretary.

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ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, Xo. 29, Q 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, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Secretary.

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String beans are positively scarce
this season, and we advise that you
put your orders in early. Seed houses
have all cut their orders down to 50
ler cent and Iowpi 12-13 tf

ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge Xo. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 7:20 o'clock ( in
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis Visitors
itors Visitors in the city invited to be with as
G. L. Taylor, X. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.

The right kind of features to have
in good tailoring are fabric, fashion
and fit. We furnish all three excel excellently
lently excellently as our best patrons will cheer cheerfully
fully cheerfully testify. Let us make you a
sample suii in any style you prefer,
and we know that the satisfaction
we will give you will keep you a
steady customer ever afterwards. We
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THE OCA LA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, DECEMBER SO, 1913

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LORD SOMEBODY
OR OTHER

By M. QUAD
Copyright. 1S12. by Associated L't L't-erary
erary L't-erary Press.

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10 ILL BE 10

And Which and Why Among Xext
Spring's Chautauqua
Attractions
Russell Conwell Church builder,

university rounder, journalist, one

If an American wants to go abroad
i. -rs a.u i !...- T Ol t

to prevent. WLeu I started out with

my friend Killani. who was an arti-t : Signor Berini Lyrio tenor, for for-instead
instead for-instead of a journalist and had nierly with the Metropolitan Grand

the oldest of the great platform

speakers.

Opera Company of New York.

less capital jj3 well, we took steerage
on a steamer and planned to do Europe
on foot and avoid all extravagance.

As to how we got along until we struck ;h Savage Grand Opera Co.

Greece and a certain event happened Js t

of no great consequence. We tramred
here and there, ate, slept and had a

From Athens we went on a tramp
up the country, viewing tombs Ami
ruins by the way. and after putting in
two days at Marathon we started -.out
one morning fur a hamlet called II is is-trophus.
trophus. is-trophus. After a long tramp I found
a place to take a nap.

At the end of two Lours i 'Wiw

awakened by some one Living me a

Madam Berini Dramatic soprano.
! Mace her reputation with the Eng-

!

Miss Gay MacLaren Producer of

whole plays. Leland Powers' prote prote-!
! prote-! ge. Presents "Man From IJome,"
j '"Within the Law." etc. Just home
j from Canal zone government engage-
merit.
; Dertha Wooden Ladies' Orchestra
i Band From Chicago. Eight mu mu-i
i mu-i .-Irians capable of giving an entire
j program alone. Wi appear at sev-
era! sessions.

Walt Holcom! Sam Jones" right-

smart kiekori the hip. and I roused up i I'-nd man. Brings a whole horse
to see that we hud been taken pti.,u- race to the platform. Action excite-

ers bv fu:ir brigands.

come down off

four miles away, having probable-bean
notified by a mexsenger from the vil-

T he fellows had ; n-en i. cheers. All

t'ie mountains aimc ;

a matter of words, j

Professor Lewis Williams Elec- :

jtrical entertainer. Demonstrates

lage. I have manv times read f the "i''"""3
picturesque ilreel: brigands. b;UvSrt scientific discoveries, telephoto telephoto-four
four telephoto-four who gobbled us up that day 'nirsVraphr. the electrical echo, etc.
have gone out of the pivtures-ue busi- Miss Meldie Hamilton Platform
ness some weeks previous. They w "V-aiariairer. Comes from Mother Chau Chau-a
a Chau-a ragged, ugly lot. The leader se.-i:,fi, ru0.lt0,w,0 Vq- vv n,

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j gisnizer of reading courses. Presents
j'fiaily simple, eloquent lecture-'ecit-;a!s
on favorite poets.

English fairlv well. It was the h-idi

who had kieketl iue. v.lil li 1 have c
ways taken :'.s a contji'irjcnr, ami as
sat up he salutfd me and said:

"My lord, you will please consider Julius Caesar Xayphe Athenian, j
yourself a prisoner and come aloujrT'CJivs in native costume picturesque I

without resistance.

"Now. d n't make any mistake ui
me." I rep! u d. "If you are couut'ng
on capturing a rich Englishmmi you
will get badly left, for I am an Amer American,
ican, American, and a poor one nt that. As -near
as. I can. make out from this short
range, you are brigands."
"I am liobetto." he said as he laid
his hand on his heart and howodjow,
"Excuse u.e that I never heard'f
you before. You are a brigand ami hi
it for mou'v. and this is your band.'"
"My lord is correct."
"Now. about this lord business. Let
us have an understanding. VVh do

you take me for?"

descriptions of the Orient, the ilolv ;
Lands. i
, Bvron W. Kinz President of the ;

I Iting School of Oratory, Pittsburg, j
; Dramatic recitals from great litera-j
i tare. Delivers in Florida his mas- ;
i i
i ter oration on Robert E. Lee. j
j The Katherine Carroll Smith Con-!
j cert Company Personnel of four j
members. Sheer lightness and bright-j
! ness in instrumental music, song and
j recitation. ;
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j Can you hum a tune and see the

I 7,omt or a joxe: .Miss Dolly ltan-

"An Knglish lord, my lord. I havejG01Pn win want j ou io tase part in
been expecting you for several days. ; the Chautauqua home talent enrer enrer-The
The enrer-The name I cannot proa ounce, but ijtrdnment, the Opera Comique.

know you to le the giUit'eman. Have!

case of ransom."

"This is kind of you. If you take me
for an English lord who do you take
this other chap to be?"
"Your companion, sir. His name I
heard, but cannot give iL He will also
be held for ransom."
Then we started for the west. The
particular retreat of this band was
halfway up a mountain and consisted
of two brush huts' and a fire in front of
them. As soon as we had arrived at
the huts Bobetto brought out station stationery
ery stationery and commanded me, to write to the
English minister at Athens and obtain
the sum of $10,000. Both Killam and
1 burst out laughing at this demand,
and after a little while I said to the
leader:
"Of what use to play the fool in this
matter? As I told you before, we are
Americans and poor men at that. We
can raise about $200 apiece, but not
another cent."
"You may be Americans, but you are
my lord just the same." replied Bo Bobetto.
betto. Bobetto.
"But there are no titles in America.
If I should write to the American min minister
ister minister he would take it as a joke."
"But you must write." persisted the
wooden headed rascal. "You must
write to the American minister that if
he does not send us $10,000 by our
messenger your ears will be sent him
in a package."
I read the letter to Bobetto after it
was written, and he was perfectly sat satisfied
isfied satisfied that it would fetch the cash in

reply. It was sent off by a messenger,
who would be gone at least ten days,
and then we .went into "retirement."
For the first five days of our cap captivity
tivity captivity we were closely guarded, and
there could be no thought of ouf es escape.
cape. escape. Then, as we appeared to make
ourselves at home, the vigilance of the
brigands relaxed.
On the eighth day came our opportu opportunity.
nity. opportunity. The artist whispered to me:
"Let's end this right here and now!
You tackle the leader, and I'll go for
the other fellow."
The "other fellow" was at the fire
heaping the brands together. We rose

no in unison and made the attack. 1

pave old Bobetto a kick on the jaw
which knocked him over and caused
doleful howls, and Killam hit his man
such a blow on the neck as to render
him unconscious for half an hour.

Hal Merton Prince of jugglers

i and ventriloquests
j Dr. Carolyn Geisel Of Battle ;

Creek. Conducts school of health!
during forenoons of a week. Talk- j
topics, diet, physical culture, first (
aid in the home. Woman's federa-1
tion leader. A favorite at St. Peters- j
burg.
Declamation contest. Participants :

school children of Marion county.
Robley Male Quartet Not school
boys out for a lark, but trained sing singers
ers singers with a reputation to maintain.
Dr. George P. Bible President of
the University of Pennsylvania State
Normal College. A dramatic speak speaker
er speaker with a practical turn of thought.
Mrs. Lydia Locking Of the Jun Junior
ior Junior Chautauqua. Conducts after
school story hours seven days of the
ten.
The season tickets, of which only
400 will be sold, are already being
snatched by eager buyers. Watch
your chance to obtain the wholesale
price for the ten days' pleasure.

SOUTH LAKE WEIR

South Lake Weir, Dec. 18. Rev.
r.. C. Albertson has closed his pack packing
ing packing house until after Christmas.
The Seaboard section force has
been rebuilding the Lake Weir spur
tc this place. The work has been
completed as far as here and the
force has moved to Waldo. The road
is now in first class condition.
There is a report that a railway
the railroad near the Schnitzler pack pack-the
the pack-the railroad near the Snitzler pack packing
ing packing house, but the railway officials
say there is nothing in the report at

all, as the depot at South Lake Weir j

is sufficient to handle the work.
Mrs. Wm. Carey, went to Ocala
Tuesday on business, returning the
same afternoon.
The Ladies Aid Society gave a so social
cial social and Christmas bazaar at the
Weirsdale church Tuesday evening,
v hich was well attended. The music musical
al musical program and the reading and rec recitations
itations recitations was well tendered and in all

;. treat to hear. The ladies having

There were two guns in camp, and .we the social in charge were Mrs. M. S.

siezed them and made for the highway,
only a mile distant. Before departing
I gave the leader a tap on the head to
quiet his yells, and so far as I know
we were not followed a rod. We reach reached
ed reached the highway just in time to get a
lift in a passing cart and in a couple
of hours were in Marathon. As to the
letter, it was delivered at the consu consulate,
late, consulate, but was looked upon as a joke,
and the messenger was sent off empty
banded. We might have lost our ears
on his return, but were not there to
have them sliced off. Bobetto died
two years later, as I read in the pa papers,
pers, papers, and it is said that he was badly
disfigured by a broken jaw the one
"mv lora" gave him with an Ameri American
can American calfskin shoe.

Carnahan, Mrs. Logan and Mrs. F. W.
Ferrin.
Mr. Chas. A. Brannon, of Orlando,
came down last Sunday from Ocala
to visit Miss Irene Gates.
Mr. E. C. Brown of Webster, came
rp last Friday between trains, after
his little son, Carl, who has been vis visiting
iting visiting his grandparents for the past
four weeks.
Mr. Albertson made a trip to
Ccala one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Foss motored
to Ocala Monday, returning Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gates made a trip
to Ocala Wednesday on a shopping
expedition.

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You never saw, I don't believe,
The really, truly Samta Claus
Who comes around on Christmas Eve
Behind his reindeers' prancing paws,
Who stops at ev'rybody's house
(At least where there are girls and boj-s)
And leaves, as slyly as a mouse,
His booKs and dolls and carries and try

"an uonet man may have a bad title through no fault of his own"
"a gool man dte not always mean a good title
"men pass away, title run n forerer.
"au abstract of title is the only mean by. which yoo can determine
whether you are basing land or a lawsuit" -

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I iincw hov Santa locKs becevro
tie has a- Kind cf Grcntipa style.
Tlio smile ycu see on Santa Claus
Is just lilie any Grandpa's smile.
C r Grandpas have the same white hair;
He has the wrinKles Grandpas do
Tl.-y'rG so aliKo I do declare
I; s hard to tell between the two!

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And yet we all Know how he looKs,
The little children's patron saint
Wo ve seen his face in picture-booKs,
So red and jolly, queer and quaint.
It's wreathed around with hair as white
As Winter's piles of drifted snow,
And all his features are alight
With happy smile and cheery glow.

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Resist the mental suggestion to curtain your regular taking of

ice until "the weather turns warm again." Your refrigerator Is

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your practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a little bit it may sulk on you all the
remainder of the season.
Maintain your regular supply of OUR ICE all through the season.
That is the way to save on your ice bill.
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.

They both are always full of fun
And have a twinKle in their eyesi
They both are Kind to ev'ryone
. (Especially of children's size).
That's why that I've made up my mind
That Grandpas all are friends of his.
That Santa is so good and Kind
Because he's liKe a Grandpa is!

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Yes, that's the way that Santa seems.
The Santa that the children praise,
The Santa that they see in dreams
While waiting for the Christmas days,
"Why, I can shut my eyes and see
Him just as plain as if he came;
I Know just how he looKs to me.
And that to you he loons the same,,

Money tto ILoanmS
WE HAVE RECENTLY ADDED
TO OUR BUSINESS A
LOAN DEPARTMENT.
Loans from 2 to 6 years interest 5 per
cent. under mortgage on Improved City
Property. If you need money call and see us.
G. S. SCOTT & SON,
Fire Insurance Agency.

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AS THE boat pointed its nose to toward
ward toward the city, the solitary man
on freedom and gazed longing longingly
ly longingly at the graystone penitentiary,
which seemed to be slipping away
"from him and growing smaller and
cozier as distance lent the enchant-
vl persyecuve 10 ms loneliness.
For Mulcahv. dazzled bv libe.rtv.
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was very lonely indeed. Every mo-;
ment that the water widened between
him and the prison it lessened the ;
distance from the city, and in two
minutes more the man knew that the j
metropolis, bristling with antogonism, :
uiu aiiu strange ana ousy witn us
holiday season, would be upon him,
and it filled his heart with a name-;
lass dread. j
: But, after all, he had only himself j
to Wame for his liberty. Good be-1
havior -that was the thing that had j
turned him loose from a comfortable j
borne, three square meals a day, and ;
If he had only transgressed a few i
Mr -1 I
laws, broken a simple rule or two. all
uugui uavc uccu til. llligUL
bave eaten Christmas dinner with
"V 11 si i i 1 -r i i
jerry me opiite. uouies. nanK ana me i
wliole appy crew who had contrived
to spend another Christmas in the
"peii" through trifling indiscretions
committed in defiance of the keepers.
These reflections were interrupted I
by the sharp teeth of the wind snap
ping at his legs through the thin i
trousers and the threadbare coat.
He shivered as the boat docked, and
den took a long breath as" he walked
up the gangplank and out into was
this freedom striking terror to his j
soul? Why was he trembling? He J
. was free at last, but free to do what? I
Free to kill himself before he starved j
'to death, free to wander the uncom
panionable streets and gaze upon the
bappiness that showed itself in the
laces of fugitive passers-D.
He was only free to go anywhere;
but these people had the?r homes
to go to, each his separate-"peniten-
':- tiary," where there were warmth and i
: food and human things to talk to. j
, He shut his eyes for an instant and I
started bravely up the hilly street that i
yJed to First avenue. Then suddenly
a strange thing happened. He forgot
bis misery and his wretched home- I
sickness. At first he couldn't realize
what the influence was, then he rec recognized
ognized recognized the soothing and thirst-inspiring
smell of hops that poured ever
bim like a hot breath from the brew brewery
ery brewery on the next street. This prompted
a thought which was immediately fol followed
lowed followed by a sharp movement.
Mulcahy minded him cf the faded
five-dollar bill he had in his pocket,
the last bounty o the good home
across the river. He pulled it out and
looked at it.
It represented two weeks and a half
4s life; that is, he calculated that
"Mie he was looking for a job it
would provide food and shelter for him.
If he couldn't find a job but that
tbought ended with a look toward the
liver; and again he saw the "pen,"
and another thought occurred to him.
If he didn't find anything to do, he

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could go back to tlie "pen" and beg
them to take him in. No. he couldn't

do that. He squared his ragged
shoulders as if trying to rise superior
to the thought, for there was a rem remnant
nant remnant of pride in Mulcahy, albeit time
and a desperate struggle to keep his
feet on the globe had frayed its
edge3.
No, he determined to go back there
honorably, as he had left. He might
get a job shoveling snow but alas! it
was one of those cheerless Christ-1
mases, and nature had not even sup-;
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! snow to shovel.
Mulcahy had worked all his life.
He was fifty now, and, as he unrolled
the long catalogue of calamity which J
other people might have called his
career, he found that the only year
of his life that had been a happy one
was his last in jail. It had started
merrily even, for, after his outraged
pride had revolted at the idea of be being
ing being arrested for his slight connection
with the robbery, comfort came swift swiftly
ly swiftly with the thought that he was being
punished for omission rather than
commission.
These thoughts and the haunting
smell of hops brought Mulcahy to
Fouth avenue and a saloon. It was
twelve o'clock, and corned beef and
cabbage-leaf being slated for lunch on
a blackboard under a Satyrish-look-ing
bock and a life-sized "schooner,"
determined the man, and he stepped
liuaiut;.
The st0ry will move much more
ranidiv if we do not f0now Mulcahv
and wait for him to eat his ,corned
beef and philander with a spirit more
of his ilk than any he has met for
the last year a spirit that seemed al-
most fabuiOUs when dreamed of in
the Den" to-wit. the bartender.
But look where Mulcahy emerges
half an hour later the inner man
lulled by the succulent cabbage and
beef but a meiancholy gnawing at the
outer whose clothes are slight
protection against the increasing
wmd
As t Vl o rf V rpw hpr rnTtoTa clnwlv I
together he fell to trembling again, j
now was ne going to race tne nignxr
Gazed Longingly at the Graystone Pen.
All alone in one of those ten-cent
beds which promise so much to a
weary body that soon discovers the
egg-shell substance of the promise?
He shuddered and hurried down a
side street of American-basement
houses, with their dainty Boston ferns
and yews, pretty windows with costly
curtains that sealed happy homes
from the profane eyes of the public.
And this atmosphere gave Mulcahy
hope. The inspiration born of des despair
pair despair took root
He intended to alfrandon all thoughts

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of getting wcrk until warm weather.
It was worse than hopeless to think
he could get work now why, the
weather, his age, all were against it.
He would go back to the "pen" if he
had literally to "steal" his way back.
The thing to do now was to conjure

I up some reasonable offense, some
; trifling transgression that would open
j the iron gates of the prison, as dif dif-;
; dif-; ficult of entrance as it was of exit,
j and tide him over the winter months,
i But what could he do? Not a single
misdemeanor suggested itself to his
; overwrought brain. If he could only
steal something long enough to get
; arrested and sent to the island! But
'; how? When, and above all where?
Broadway and Thirty-third street,
with its triangle of shops, answered
j that question. It was very late, but
i he knew that a week before Christ Christ-!
! Christ-! mas the shops would be open until
late. In the hope that his clothes j
w-rmlrl rnntrihiitA thiir hpln tnvarrf
arousing the suspicions of the store
detectives, he quickened his steps
feverishly.
Inside tne shP was warm, brilliant,
: and jammed with people. The incom-
Ing and outgoing crowds jostled and
pushed Mulcahy as if he were a rub-
"Have You Seen My Mamma?"
ber-washer between the hub of a
wheel and the linch-pin.
Presently he found himself at the
notion counter, swept there by the
tide of customers. He wondered at
the confidence of the storekeepers,
who took no trouble to protect their
wares set forth in little compartments.
Now he was backed into a little
case of tooth-brlshes. He felt his fin-
cotc; rlnco nn c r m r4 Vi i r cr tti nflnninTl.
ly he placed the thing in his pocket,
and then let himself drift along with
the crowd.
He had stolen something! Was it a
cake of soap perhaps; but writh a
sickening sensation of impotence he
remembered that one cake of soap
might not unlock the iron gate of
the "pen."
Mulcahy sighed. Now he was in
the jewelry department. It yielded
vast possibilities as far as valaubles
were concerned, but these were care carefully
fully carefully protected by glass cases. True,
there were some little trays of gold gold-filled
filled gold-filled pins and bracelets scarcely
worth the effort of attainment. And
yet a handful of these trifles, flagrant flagrantly
ly flagrantly abstracted, might attract the at attention
tention attention of a detective.
Perhaps there were no detectives,
after all. This thought smote to him'in
the act of reaching out a trembling
hand toward a delicate gold-filled
bangle. Then he paused, and in that
moment cf hesitation he felt a twitch
at his coat, and, turning to face what
he felt must be authority either in
plain or blue clothes, he perceived at
his side a very pretty little girl.
She was well dressed; and after the
first shock he felt on looking into
her clear blue eyes, Mulcahy saw a
; beautiful locket and chain clasped
around her neck.
In the mean time she has possessed
herself of his coat-pocket as if it were
his hand, and clung to him as she
asked:
"Have you seen my mama?" Her
voice was smothered by the crowd
that pressed around her, and Mulcahy
had to lift her up in his arms to make
himself heard.
"No," he replied, his face close to
her pretty neck and ear. "Shall we
go and look for her?" he added,
touched by the sudden moisture that
blurred her eyes.
As he spoke he carried her to the
revolving-door. Once out in the street,
she told him that she had been shop
ping with her mother and had got
lost She lived, she said on Fiftieth
street, between Madison and Fifth

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denue. She didn't know the number,
but there were green trees at the
door, and it was a white house.
The man assured her that they
would find it together.
You musn't think that this esca escapade
pade escapade diverted Mulcahy from his origi origi-al
al origi-al scheme. Only he wanted to be of
use to the child, and he also saw a
much better way of obtaining his ar arrest
rest arrest and entrance to prison.
The locket and chain he knew
would serve his purpose, for he in intended
tended intended stealing them as soon as he
had found her home. There were
four dollars and ninety cents left
from the "pen's" munificence, but he
spent enough of it In a candy-store
to have provided for himself for two
days.
Over a congenial glass of ice cream
soda the little girl gave him her name
Violet Van T wilier. The telephone
book did the rest in the matter of lo locating
cating locating the Van Twiller mansion,
whither Violet was escorted by her
ragged friend.
Afterward, when Mulcahy left her
standing at the door of her home
waving at him and smiling in her
sweet, frank way, he wondered how
he had found it in his heart to steal
the necklace;, but there it was in
his hand, still warm from contact with
her throat.
Then he darted away from the
street, and, clasping the locket tightly,
flew to the first police station and
gave himself up.
The judge did not conceal his dis disgust
gust disgust when he learned that Mulcahy
had robbed a child; and when he
uttered sternly, "Six months on the
island for him," he marveled at the
brutality of a man who could smile at
the sentence.
II.
Meantime, Violet Van Twiller had
been received with the tears and re rejoicings
joicings rejoicings of a hysterical and loving fam family
ily family and diligently interrogated con concerning
cerning concerning the events of the evening.
Over and over again she repeated
the story of the "kind, ragged gentle gentleman"
man" gentleman" who had bought her candy and
soda and had found her home for her.
Later, Mr. Vaii Twiller discovered
that Violet had mysteriously lost her
locket; but, though he suspected her
strange friend, he was so grateful to
the "ragged gentleman" that the next
day he advertised in all the papers
that he wished to reward the person
who had restored his daughter to her
family.
But Malcahy never learned of this
golden apportunity which might have
given him a new start in life, though
he gave the officer who accompanied
him to the island the name and ad address
dress address of the little owner of the neck necklace,
lace, necklace, and it was sent to her.
The 'next day saw Mulcahy" safely
aboard the Fidelity and headed for the
"pen."
At the end of the week he was sit sitting
ting sitting at the Christmas dinner which
had seemed a fantom on that dread dreadful
ful dreadful day he was set at liberty.
Between mouthfuls of fat turkey
and cranberry sauce he boasted to
Jerry the Spike, Hank,, and Bottles of
how he had hoodwinked justice.
When he reported for work, a few
days later, the keeper who presided

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Boasted to Jerry, the Spike.
over the men engaged in breaking
stone remarked casually to a fellow
keeper:
"I see Mulcahy is back on the job."
"Yes," the other replied; "he was
liberated a week ago, and now he's
back again. I tell ytfci this place is a
cinch for those fellows. They're do doing
ing doing life on the installment plant. If
you dumped the whole caboodle into
the East river and told them to swim
ta New York, they'd all turn like a lot
cf rts and squeak to come back to
the 'pen.'
Cojrright.)

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IF YOU ARE GOING TO PUT IN THAT HARDWOOD FLOOIt
TO PLEASE YOUR WIFE, OR BUILD THAT WING FOR THE
NEW DINING ROOM OR KITCHEN, WHY DON'T YOU DO IT
FOR HER CHRISTMAS PRESENT. YOU ARE INCREASING
THE VALUE OF YOUR OWN PROPERTY BY KEEPING IT IN
GOOD CONDITION AND IN GOOD REPAIR. GIVE YOUR
HOUSE AN XMAS PRESENT. YOU WILL ENJOY IT YOURSELF.

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mals animals at the barn, and are prepared to make close
.ices on them.
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1913

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The best place to hide money is where they have
vaults for safely protecting it. Every week we see
newspaper accounts of people having been robbed.
Sugar-bowls, rag-bags, under the carpet, behind pic pictures
tures pictures and all of those other places where people con conceal
ceal conceal their money, are well-known to burglars. Hide
it in OUR BANK, then you know you can 'get it
when you want it.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts

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FOR YOUR LITTLE BOY BLUE, FOR MAMMA, FOR EVERY
ONE IX THE FAMILY, AND FOR YOUR FRIENDS, WE HAVE
THE MOST SENSIBLE CHRISTMAS PRESENTS YOU CAN BUY.
YOUR MONEY WILL HAE A LONG REACH IN OUR HARD-
WARE STORE. ONLY A FEW DOLLARS AT MOST, WILL
BUY A SUITABLE PRESENT WHICH THE ONE WHO GETS IT
AYILL APPRECIATE.
JUST COME IN AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE FOR PRESENTS

Martoi Hardware Cud,
Phone 118, Ocala, Fla.

.orscs aid liks

I have on hand at all times
at the barns and lot on West
Exposition St., (Broadway) a
big drove of first class horses
and mules for you to make
your selections from. Every
head of this stock has been
selected by me personally in
the markets. I will guarantee
to give you as good stock at
as low price as can be had in
the state. Every animal is
warranted to be as represented.

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Phone 356

OCALA, FLORIDA

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW COMMUNICATION FROM

REV. W. H. COLEMAN

Laptit

(Rev. Banyan Stephens, Pastor) : The Star has reeehed a letter from
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0:30 a. m. Sunday .school. ; Rev. W. H. Coleman, now sojourning
11 a. m. Preaching by the pas- ir Carlisle, la., in which he makes
to. Subject, '-Christmas; Its Mes- tD? following statements that will
sa?e and Motive." ; be of interest to his Ocala friends:
3 p. m. Junior Union. s "-- is practically well. Is

6:45 p. m. B. Y. P. U.

doing her own house work. Is

7:30 p. m. Preaching by the pas-' teaching the Junior C. E. on Sunday
tor. Subject, "Philip and the afternoons, teaching a class in the
Eunuch." Sunday school and doing the usual
Tuesday evening at 7:30, Christ-; bouse to house isiting which we al almas
mas almas entertainment for the giving of wa-vs do' especially among the sick,
good gifts unto men. And what is more, she begun this re-
A hearty welcome to all. covery two weeks before we left
! Ocala and -has not lost ground a

single day since Oct. 7. And he- re-

i covery would have been accomplish

ed just as well in Ocala as here.
"A church about forty uiilea from
here which tried to get me to take
their pastorate when I first reached

j Grace Church (Episcopal)

(Corner S. Broadway and Watula.

St. Rev. Jas. G. Glass, Rector; resi-:
dence, 311 S. Broadway; phone 415.)
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.

The Ladies Will Find
in this bank not only a sincere desire to please
and serve them, but also the means to do so.
W e have provided for their special benefit a
convenient, small sized cheek book, bound in fine
leather and stamped in gold.
Every Woman will appreciate the comfort and
cleanliness, to say nothing of the safety of paying by
check.

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THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
An Active United States Depository.

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, . DesMoines, is now offering 300 per
11 a. m. Morning nraver. litanv .. .

year more tnan l am getting ftere.

"The I. O. O. F. subordinate meets
here on b'atuiday night p.nd the en encampment
campment encampment meets on Tt.esuay nights."

and sermon

7:30 p. m. Evening prayer.
Choir practice 7:30 p. m. Friday.
Meetings of vestry and societies at
hours appointed.

Presbyterian

SANITARY DAIRY IN
A NEW LOCATION

(Pastor, Rev. W. H. Dodge, D. D.) i T, '. .
i The Sanitary Dairy is moving its
9:45 a. m. Sunday school. place of business from the Burnett
11 a. m. Sermon. Building on Fort King avenue to the
Subject, "What Good is My Relig- Campbell farm, south of town a mile
ion to My City?" and a half.
3 p. m. Junior Missionary So-
ciety- DIG FURNITURE HOUSE

i p. m. Lhiluren s services under
auspices of the "Junior Missionary
Society. Parents and friends of the
children are cordially invited to at attend
tend attend this service. A cordial invita invitation
tion invitation extended to the public to at attend
tend attend all services of the church.

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DAVID S. AVOODROW

II. E. riLCHEIi

PAMTODGE-WOODROW
COMPANY

DOING BIG BUSINESS

Messrs. Theus-Zachry Co. have re received
ceived received this week three solid carloads
of merchandise, two cars of which
were mattresses and one of stoves.

REAL ESTATE.
Auction Lot Sales a Specialty.
Huntington, West Va., and Ocala, Florida.
Anywhere Everywhere Anytime

SIDNEY JEFFORDS

Junior Society Program

Song.
Prayer and Scripture reading by Clearwater, Dec. IS. The news
Dr. W. II. Dodge.

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the death on Sunday, December 14,;
of Sidney A. Jeffords in Cuba, where

SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS.
Watch this space for particulars of this valuable
body of Marion County's richest lands, which will
soon be offered for sale..

Song, Xo. 14 8.
Recitation by Elizabeth Murray.

f ssaoDain iejis. he had raa;le his home for the past X.::::::

uecnauou u. waiter i roxier ana fourteen years. Mr. Jeffords was

Reese Hunnicutt.
Song, Xo. 1.1, We are Little Sun
beams.
Address by Dr. Doige.
. Anthem by choir.
Rt-eitation i y Lynn Hoilinrake.

for many years a resident of Clear-;
water, coming here from Marion X.
county, where he was born August ; t

ARCHIE F. INGRAM
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

1, 1S5 4. Just be"ore the Spanish j
war he made a trip to Cuba and be-
fntniiiir infprPRfpf? in thnr rrmntrv V

Song Xo. loi, Jesus Did s I s Shine. soon afterwards went there to live, j
Solo, "Shepherd Divine" Miss ne was engaged in buying ''and ship-;?

uuholk. ping 0f fraits from Cuba to the Unit
"How They Live in Other Lands" r! arptps hPsidP spvpmI nrhr hue

Finding Out Club. iness ventures. His many friends in 'S

"The Finding Out Club" is com- thjs section will remember him as a
posel Of the boys and tills Of the s-pnial onmhaninn nnrl hnnstpr fnr

Junior Missionary Society, who have this part of Florida, where he made'

... s-v.. v.... .-. ..v,. nis n0m IOr so many years, inter-j ,h;....;5mJ
for the foreign medical missions. mom -k mfl in Pni.n tt i0v0J

Solo, "Holy Night" Mr. Albert five sons,' "four of whom live in Cuba
Gen- and the other in Clearwater, besides
Song, Hark! the Herald Angels a sistert Mrs. Wm. Wallace, and two
bin- brothers. John R. and Edward Jef-
: fords, all of Clearwater.

815 E. Adams St. Ocala, Fla

OCAI.A-JFXIOn LFAfiUE

The Ocala Junior League, reor-

XOTICE

ganized last Sunday, proposes to hold ()f fhe stockhcl(lers, Meeting of the
an interesting program in the Meth-i ..'
. c Coinniercial Bank of Ocala
odist church tomorrow afternoon at I
2:30 o'clock. Parents and visitors1 To the Stockholders of the Corn-

cordially invited.
Leader, Frances Bridges.
Program
Instrumental music.
Scripture reading. Christmas les
son.
Prayer.

Song, Joy to the World.
Blackboard illustration. j
Solo by a Junior, VI Heard the j
Bells on Christmas Day." ;
Application of the lesson. j
Christmas selection by a Junior, j
Chorus by Juniors, "Hark the I

Bells.

Talk by superintendent. Miss Ern Ernestine
estine Ernestine Brooks.
Song, Holy, Holy, Holy.
Reception of members.
Announcements.
League benediction.

i mercial Bank of Ocala: Xotice is
hereby given that on the 13th day of
I January, 1914, at twelve o'clock
i noon, the annual meeting of the
i stockholders of The Commercial
j Bank' of Ocala will be held at the of-
fices of H. M. Hampton, Esquire, the
I attorney for the bank in Ocala, Flor Flor-!
! Flor-! ida. All stockholders are urged to
i be present.
j By order of the president,
j GEO. J. BLITCH,
i 12-20-3t sat Cashier.

HAS RETURNED HOME

XOTICE TO ROY SCOUTS

COOL SPELL SUGGESTIONS.
Come wind, come snow, let Boreas blow, 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 brougnt 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.

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ESTABLISHED 1852.
GRAHAM BROTHERS, Lessees,
OCALA FliA.

Center Hill Item in Bushnell
Times: Mr. T. W. Smith has return returned
ed returned from the Marion County Hos Hospital
pital Hospital at Ocala and his many friends
are rejoicing in his speedy recovery.
Mr. Smith has suffered at intervals
for several years with appendicitis,

but he would never consent to an

Boy Scouts will meet Monday operation until last attack, which
morning at S:30 in their rooms on j was the most severe he had ever
thp Thirr. flnnr nf the rtcrv hii,ifn- had. His wife and Mr. Louis Craig's

This is a special meeting to plan went to cala and acompanied him
some special work for the holidays, nome-

and every scout is urged to be pres-!

ent.

Firsr consideration and especial attention given to smalj tracts.

Bunyan Stephens.

HOOTEX-MADDOX

KICIILIXE'S RIG CONTRACT

Center Hill Item in Bushnell!
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i Times: A very pretty wedding was
A $3,000 contract has been sold solemnized at the heme of the
to J. G. Kichline of Ocala. bv the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Southern Sales Companv, which has'Maddox- Thursday December 11.
headquarters for the state to handlt when the eldest Shter, Miss Lou Lou-the
the Lou-the vacuum clothes washer. Mr. a iIa-v Maddox, was united in matri matri-Kichline
Kichline matri-Kichline is one of the prominent real!mon-v to Mr. Bunnie Hooten.

estate dealers of Ocala, but says thatj
he will close his office to enter this!

new enterprise. St. Petersburg

dependent.

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OCALA SEED STORE

has fresh wax and green bean seed
now on sale. Bean seed are extreme extremely
ly extremely scarce this year, seed houses fill filling
ing filling only 50 per cnt. of their orders.
Seed will be high, and if you wish to
secure seed at all you must order
early. Put your order in right
now. 12-ld-tf

XOTICE

In-! A regular annual meeting of the

I stockholders of the Marion Hard-

are Company will be held in their
effice, Ocala, Fla., on January 13th,
1914. for the transaction of such
business as shall come before the
meeting. 12-18-tf
H. B. Clarkson, President.
C. E. Xelson, Asst. Secretary.

R. C. M UN CASTER
DNSUiRArcGE

FIRE
LIFE
ACCIDENT
HEALTH
PLATE GLASS
BURGLARY. EMPLOYEES LIABILITY
BIERMAX BLOCK OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. PHOXE 420

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All our beautiful coat suits will
soil at 3 .rest reductinn. H. B.

1000 Loads Ready for Delivery.
Ocala Iron Works

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THE OCA LA EVENIaG STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1913

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
DITTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
1L. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

PHONE

SUBSCRIPTION' RATES

(Domestic)
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance.... 2.5
Three months, in advance.. 1.25
One month, in advance 50
Bird Coler says the science of eu eugenics
genics eugenics will kill oft the race in 150
years.
Here's wishing a brand new cur currency
rency currency measure as a Christmas pres present
ent present for President Wilson.
The editor of the Star will confer
a special treat on the readers of the
vaper by refraining from writing a
Christmas editorial.
The entire edition of the Woman's
Home Companion should be confis confiscated.
cated. confiscated. It contains a full page illus illustration
tration illustration of kewpies, most of whom
are clad only in smiles.
An eligible bachelor of our ac acquaintance
quaintance acquaintance desires us to make his
lady friends wise to the fact that he
has quite a few neckties left over
from last Christmas, but he Is shy
on socks.

"The Star would advise its readers
5 not to shop later than 12 o'clock to to-r
r to-r night. It will weary the clerks and
possibly cause some of them to go to
.- sleep during the excellent Christmas
sermons that will be preached tomor-
. iOff.

The German nation will not have
an exhibit at the Panama Canal Ex Exposition,
position, Exposition, but the Germans of the Uni United
ted United States will have one that will
make the world take notice, and ask
their countrymen everywhere to as assist
sist assist them.
The Florida Metropolis reminds
the people of Jacksonville and the
state tuat it has been fifteen months
since the necessary funds were se secured
cured secured to enable the first steps to be
made to provide our principal At At-Jantic
Jantic At-Jantic port with municipal docks, and
:nothing tangible about building the
'docks has been done yet. This stirs
rthe Star up to remind the people of
Ocala that it has been seven months
since the legislature annexed Silver
-Springs to Ocala, but progress to toward
ward toward availing the city of the annex annexation
ation annexation is not visible to the naked eye.
Secretary Rooney has at the Board
of Trade rooms a number of pictures
iaken of the road work recently done
in Marion county. Some are of the
work done on the Blitchton road and
some of that in the south end of the
county. They are most interesting
to our home folks, and would make
.good information for people in dis dis-"tant
"tant dis-"tant states.- Many of our prominent
citizens show up well in the pictures,
and some, if cuts were made from
them, and they were published,
would make excellent advertise advertisements,
ments, advertisements, showing the progress of good
Toad work, which is always attract attractive,
ive, attractive, to prospective settlers.
Senator Fletcher will leave Wash Washington
ington Washington as soon as the vote on the
currency bill is taken and after the
Christmas holidays will devote him himself
self himself to his campaign for re-election.
Of course, the usual howl will go up
about his neglecting his duties in
order to mend his fences The seu-
-alor, hov. ever, will do or-ly what ny
efher sensible mm would do. .TLe
people who will criticise him for
coming home to attend to his cam campaign,
paign, campaign, would vote and work against
him, just the same, and find fault
with him for something else, if he
stayed in Washington. In personally
looking after his campaign the sen senator
ator senator will please his friends, who are
.anxious to see him re-elected. In
he meantime, he will not neglect his
duties. His secretary will look after
routine affairs, the senator is paired
on important issues, and if there is
Imminent need for his vote on any
question, he will return to Washing Washing-ion
ion Washing-ion at once.
The Star regrets to learn that
some of our people object to the
Carnegie library because of the
harsh spirit evinced by Carnegie to toward
ward toward 'he memory of General Lee.
The Star would respectfully ask
them if they are not at least a little
Itjit copying Carnegie's attitude. Gen General
eral General Lee's fame is secure he will
"be Temembered when Carnegie is
' forgotten ; meantime the iron master
3s spending his millions wisely, and
Ocala people, particularly the child-

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One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance.... 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance.... .SO
ren, need the library. Rejecting it
on such grounds would, in the Star's
opinion, bea clear case of trying to
make a risht out of two wrongs, in
which our own people must suffer
from the latter. Carnegie has hi3
faults, no more than other pluto plutocrats,
crats, plutocrats, but not so many as most of
them, arid he has certainly done and
is trying to do some great and noble
things. Its better for U3 in our lit little
tle little corner of the world, to try and
help rather than oppose his better
sentiments.
STAR OF THE EAST
(Translated 'from the Italian)
Star of our ancient Faith! that erst
led three
Lone Wise-men from the desert of de despair,
spair, despair, Star of the East! O star of hope and
prayer,
Are there not millions, now, who fol follow
low follow thee?
Shine on, thou hallowed orb, more lus lustrously
trously lustrously From age to age, and dim the fitful
flare
Of that new planet, rising in the West
Creedless, of false ambition, of unrest.
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Guide onward down the years; stead steadfast
fast steadfast and true,
Till perfect joy has crowned our world worldly
ly worldly care!
Through 1 time and space burn faith faithfully
fully faithfully above!
For only in thy holy name, can there
Be worthy recompense for earthly
rue
The immortal recompense of mortal
love!
W. W.
SOME APPROPRIATE
CHRISTMAS SENTIMENTS
(Tampa Times)
It is more blessed to give than to
receive. If you don't believe it, try
it and see.
By making beasts of themselves
men are not honoring the birthday
of the Son of God.
Let your good deeds be to the des destitute
titute destitute and suffering as "the shadow
of a great rock inNa weary land."
Innocent hilarity is appropriate to
the Christmas season; but drunken
carousing insults the God who hal hallowed
lowed hallowed the day.
As the family circles gather about
the festive board let the vacant
chairs be garlanded with the mem memories
ories memories of those who filled them.
Christmas should be a day set
apart to the doing of good, to inno innocent
cent innocent mirth and merriment, to the
creation of .the increase of happiness.
Do not limit your gifts to those
who are able to give again, but
rather give to those who have no re recompense
compense recompense save grateful hearts.
Do not limit your charitable im impulse
pulse impulse to a single day in the year, but
let the good deeds of Christmas
typify the year-long way of living.
Remember that Christmas is a
Christian anniversary and not a pa pagan
gan pagan festival to be commemorated by
sensual indulgence and debauchery.
If you are ever inclined to doubt
that there is a lime when ignorance
is bliss observe the child watching
for Santa Claus, and you will be con convinced
vinced convinced of the folly of wisdom.
c
If there is a cast-off boy or a
wayward girl who was once a mem member
ber member of the home circle, send and
bring the wanderer back that the
vacant place at the board and in the
heart may be filled on this Christmas
day.
The reeling sot full of "Christmas
whisky" profanes the image of God
by making a beast of himself and the j
name of God by his blasphemy, and
thinks he is having a "good time"
celebrating the birth anniversary of
the Son of God.
Dr. F. E. McCIane announces the
removal of his offices to the ZeButt
tuilding; Main street entrance be-
tween the Murray Co. and Troxler's j
stand. Hours, 9 a. m. to 11:30 a.,
m., 1:30 to 4 p. m.; telephones, of-
See, 333; residence, 407. 12-13-lSt'

DESERVE THE THANKS
OF THEIR FELLOW CITIZENS

The tax payers of the city are con congratulating
gratulating congratulating Messrs. C. L. Sistrunk
and H. M. Hampton for their vic victory
tory victory for the city, in the hard-fought
case of Callie Garrison's next of kin
vs. the Ciry of Ocala for $15,000
damages. Many people expected that
at least ? 5.000 would have been re received
ceived received by the plaintiff, and Mr. Ze Ze-wadski.
wadski. Ze-wadski. their attorney, certainly did
make a gallant fight for it. This was
the second trial of the case, the first
one resulting in a mistrial. The city
had a tight squeeze from having a
big judgment rendered against it.
FRANK CLARK'S EXCURSION
INTO REALMS OF FINANCE
Washington, Dec. 20. Represen Representative
tative Representative Frank Clark of Florida, is the
author of a bill just introduced pre prescribing
scribing prescribing the method for banks to
compute interest on loans and fixing
punishment for computing interest
in any other way. The bill is intend intended
ed intended to reach cases where banks pre pretend
tend pretend to give a substantial rate of in interest
terest interest but by 3 method of unfair
computation, really pay very little
interest. The bill follows:
"Be if enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the
United States of America in Congress
assembled, That from and after the
passage of this act each and every
bank now existing under and by vir virtue
tue virtue of the laws of the United States,
and each and every bank which may
hereafter be incorporated and au authorized
thorized authorized to do business under the
laws of the United States shall, in
calculating interest on loans, calcu calculate
late calculate and charge the same on the
basis known as true interest; that is
to say, that when any bank shall
make a loan at a given rate of inter interest
est interest per annum such interest shall be
computed upon the basis of three
hundred and sixty-five days to the
year, using the figures 365 as the de denominator.
nominator. denominator. "Sec 2. That any officer or em employee
ployee employee of any bank violating the pro provisions
visions provisions of section one of this act
shall be deemed guilty of a misde misdemeanor
meanor misdemeanor and on conviction shall be
fined not exceeding $500, or impris imprisoned
oned imprisoned not exceeding three months, or
both, in the discretion of the court.
"Sec. 3. That this act shall take
effect from and after its passage and
approval by the president or on its
becoming a law without such approv approval."
al." approval." CANNING CLUB WORK
IN CITRUS COUNTY
Inverness Chronicle: Mrs. J. R.
Moorhead, of. Ocala, was here last
week and organized canning clubs
in Cove Bend, Pleasant Grove, Le Le-canto,
canto, Le-canto, Red Level and Floral City,
assisted by Suprintendent Turner.
Mrs. Moorhead is a district agent of
the government, and promises that
she will do all in her power to assist
Citrus county -in the grand enter enterprise,
prise, enterprise, which is backed with the time
and money of superintendent Tur Turner,
ner, Turner, and she has promised the Chron Chronicle
icle Chronicle to keep our people posted on the
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J. E. CHACE
Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Fhone 250
OCALA, FLORIDA
Terms: Cash.
L F. BLALOCK
Dental Surgeon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211
OCALA, FLORIDA
Don't
Handicap
Your Faculties
For work by eating poor poorly
ly poorly cooked meals when
you can get THE BEST
at the same price. Our
la carte service is daily
being "discovered" by
the traveling public as
well as by many of the
home people Every Everything
thing Everything is first-class and
nothing is too good for
our patrons.
Ocala House Cafe
Wilbur Cleveland
MANAGER.

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SIXTEEN YEARS' STRENGTH.
While a bank's strength is usually' shown in
figures, we consider that our real strength as a
financial institution is best expressed in the sixreen
years we have served the people of Ocala and
vicinity.
These sixteen years spell S-U-C-C-E-S-S. And
this success is a result of the Quality Service and
Absolute Security offered each customer.

Tine Mmirae & GQnamlbMss Baulk
OCALA, FLORIDA

progress made thru these columns.
the result of the formation of the 1
clubs in this county may rightfully
be attributed to Superintendent Tur Turner,
ner, Turner, who is untiring In his efforts to
advance this and all other
causes
pertaining to agriculture and
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siuwiug ui mis beciiuii. noaor io
whom honor is due, say we, and Mr.
Turner is entitled to all the honor in
this glorious cause.
BETTER TRAIN SERVICE
Hflt III SH AKLIi f
In deference to the wish of the
citizens of Bushnell, experessed thru t
the railroad commission, the Sea
board limited now stops at Bushnell
on flag signals.
SUMTER'S TIME TO
SELECT A SENATOR
Correspondent of the
Wildwood
Bushnell Times:
It will soon be
time to nominate a senator for the
20th district, and according to the
rule and custom, the coming senator
will be from Sumter, and it would
be well for the people to be casting
about in their minds for the
man
who will best serve the interests of
both Sumter and Marion counties

Sumter has many men who would rj
make good senators to select from,' y
Messrs. W. A. Collins, H. O. Collier, ;X
F. L. Rutland, W. D. Gamble, J. C. ?V
R Knnnrp rw fJlpn TprrplT Anv nnp

of these men would make good and
efficient senators, having had ex
perience
along business lines, and:
are in position to know what would
uc iu tue wsi liiLtjx tjsis ui me yt;u-j
pie along legislative lines, and could j
assist in making laws that would be
best suited to the condition of all
the people. While we do not know know-that
that know-that either of these gentlernen have
aspirations along this line, at the
same time, we are confident that the
people of Sumter will make no mis-
take in selecting either one of these
gentlemen, if they will- consent to

serve them. Every one of these men lfcrts.to Provide for the prompt de de-are
are de-are well and favorably known thru- liverv of a11 mail3 during the holiday

out this and Marion county. Now I
let the people gat to work and select j
a senator.
DUNNELIjON dots

(Advocate) j respectfully offer the following sug
gestions:
Mrs. Harrison, of Inglis, accom-1 A1I packages should be properly
panied by her niece, Miss Betty j r&Cked, wrapped with strong paper
Thomas, has been visiting .Mrs. E. and tied witn twine proportionate to
L. Ray. j tne weight and character of the con-
F. D. Pedrickv who has been quite j tents. Each parcel should be plain plain-ill
ill plain-ill at the home of J. S. Pedrick, is j iv an(i COmnletelv addressed, show-

much improved, which will be wel welcome
come welcome news to his many friends.
The local hunting championship is
at present held by T. S. Russell, who
went after turkey and got them, too.
He brought in three fine birds as
evidence of his unerring aim.
Mrs. E. R. Vann entertained a
number of the young people at
her home Tuesday evening. Progres-
sive "set-back" was the card game of
the evening. After a repast had been
served the dining room was opened
for dancing. Mrs. Vann was assisted
in entertaining by her sisters, Mrs.
Charles Hood and Mrs. Harmon
Head. About 2S guests were pres
ent and all unite in declaring the
evening one of the most enjoyable of
the year.
CAP. STRAWN KILLED
Dunnellon Advocate: A serious
blow fell on the family of J. L.
Strawn who carries the mail between
Dunnellon and Lebanon. Joe, the
lS-year-old son of Mr. Strawn, had
been in Dunnellon to attend the cir circus,
cus, circus, and rode home in the dog cart
used for transporting the mail. On
the way, it being a wet rainy even evening,
ing, evening, he lost his balance in some way,
and the horse became frightened
and
ran
away, dragging him to
death. The funeral was held at
Lebanon last Tuesday. "Cap." as
i the boy was known by everyone, had
a host of friends ,"and the parents
have the srnypathy of all in their
hour of sorrow.
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

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Nothingimore appropriate for a Christmas present
All Sizes in Stock
Prices $1 to $2.50 a pair
Miles to Parlor

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i pQST OFFICE PTROS
AND HOLIDAY PACKAGES
Advice that will Save Trouble for
Both the Public and Postal
Employes
Patrons of the postoffice are vital vitally
ly vitally interested in the delivery of their
j Christmas parcels on or before
j Christmas day and the Postoffice De-
! Partment has made extraordinary ef-
season. The cooperation of the pa-
' trons of the Ocala office is most
i earnestly sought in order that all
i mail matter, for dispatch Nor delivery
will be handled with facility during
i this season and to that end I most
ing the street address or room num number
ber number if a public building, and bearing
in the upper left hand corner the ad address
dress address of the sender preceded by the
word "From," and indorsed in the
appropriate instances "Fragile,"
"Perishable," etc.
Packages may bear the words,
"Not to be opened until Christmas,"
or similar inscriptions, and this to-
j gether with early shipment insures
the timeliness of Christmas gifts;
whereas the practice of mailing pack packages
ages packages late in the hope that they will
; reach their destination on Christmas
day is likely to defeat its own object,
ithru unavoidable delay due to the
J congestion of the mail,
j During the heaviest days of the
! season a parcel post window will be
opened at the east end of the post-
office lobby where parcels will be ac accepted
cepted accepted for mailing upon the payment
cf the postage, stamps to be affixed
later by the employes of the office.
This will be done to relieve the con congestion
gestion congestion usual at this time.
Persons desiring to insure parcels
may secure in advance tags which
they will need. These tags can be
filled out at home or place of busi business,
ness, business, and thereby avoid the necessity
of so doing in he postoffice lobby.
The insurance fee is five cents for
(parcels valued at ?25 or less, and 10
cents from $25 to $30. Insuied par parcels
cels parcels must be presented at the win window.
dow. window. By having your packages com completely
pletely completely ready for mailing when pre presented
sented presented at the window, you will save
yourselves the postoffice force time,
and both the time and patience of
those to follow you.
Very respectfully,
F. J. Huber, Postmaster.

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Sweet Milk
Butter Milk
Cream
Butter
Pork Sausage,
Tennessee Style in Shucks
Dressed Poultry,
Fresh Country Eggs,
CALL PHONE 482.
Sanitary Dairy j
Corner Fort King Avenue
and Magnolia Street.
'Basement of Burnett Building) J
Mclvcr & MacKay
Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes.
). E. MclVER and C. V. ROBERTS
Funeral Directors
ill Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed
PHONES:
). E. McIYXR ..104
C. V. ROBERTS 303
Undertaking Office 47
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.
JOHN L. DAVIS,
IRVINE, FLORIDA
WATCH OUR STOCK FROM NOW
ON UNTIL XMAS. NEW GOODS
COMING IN EVERY DAY. MAKE
THE COURT PHARMACY YOUR
HEADQUARTERS FOR CHRIST CHRISTMAS
MAS CHRISTMAS GOODS. ; 12-9
COLDS & LaGRIPPE
5 or 6 doses 666 will break
any case of Chills & Fever, Colds
& LaGrippe; it acts on the liver
better than Calomel andjdoes not
gripe or sicken. Price 25c.

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THE OCA LA EVEXIXG STAR, SATURDAY", DECEMBER 20, 1913

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Who's YourHabadasher?!

Get the Habit of Saying
Wat ewmmm
For he has everything for the
Man and Boy and never dis disappoints
appoints disappoints when your go to him.
A Few Suggestions for Xmas Gifts:
Bath Robes, Smoking Jackets, Gloves, Shirts,
Collars, Neckwear, Ties and Sox to match
in Holiday Boxes, Silk and Silk Lisle Sox in
Holiday Boxes, Tie Holders, Tie Rings, Trav Traveler's
eler's Traveler's Sets, Pajamas, Night Robes; Fancy
Vests, Full Dress Vests, Mufflers, Linen
Handkerchiefs, Initial Handkerchiefs, Sil
Handkerchiefs. Shoes for Men, Big Boys and
Little Boys. Hats, Caps, Boys and Girls Stock Stockings,
ings, Stockings, Sweaters. Men's and Boys Suits and
Overcoats. We are sole agents for the Cele Celebrated
brated Celebrated Line of
TBeHome of
Hart Schaffner
& Marx
g Clothes g
H. A. Watternmaiii

The Haberdasher
store: open evenings

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Ocala's Best Hotel and Best Cafe.
Only Hotel in the City with Steam Heat,
and Telephones.
Rooms $1 a Day Popular Priced
and Up. Gate.

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CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR
Cheap Excursion Rates

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ATLAWBCT COAST LONE
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
Tickets will be on sale from all points on the Atlantic
Coast Line to all points South of the Ohio and Potomac
and East of the Mississippi Rivers, including Washington,

Cincinnati, Evansville and Cairo, for all trains December j

17-18-19-20-21-22-23-24-25 and 31 and January 1 limited
returning January 6: and to many points in the Northwest
nriH Southwest on December 20. 21 and 22. limited return-

in January 18. Also to Key

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For further particulars, schedules, reservations, etc.,
apply to Ticket Agents, Atlantic Coast Line, or address
JG. KIRKLAND, D. P. A. TAMPA.
T. C. WHITE, G.P. A., Wilmington, N. C.

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(Copyright, by W. G. Cha.Dman.
WO bats, six Teddy
bears, three balloons
six boxes of lead' sol soldiers,"
diers," soldiers," the head nurse
counted. "And a foot football.
ball. football. Who wants the
football r
swered Nurse Blair,
half crying and half i
laughing. "Isn't it
pitiful, Miss Goughr
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Nurse Gough set
down her pencil and the memoran memorandum
dum memorandum and looked at the other wonder wondering!
ing! wondering! y. "A football!" she reiterated.
Then ,o Hnncn't i-ooHto"
'No, poor little fellow. Would you
trtvm in. Vitv If Inn V.
"What would th mnthpr thinW
the head nurse asked, and then Nurse
Blair ceased all pretense and dabbed
her handkerchief against her eyes
openly.
'Let's ask Dr. Keith," she answered.
and that solved the difficulty for the
time being.
ti vtr j
and had been in the hospital for
Unearly five weeks, ever since he was
knocked down by the baker's wagon
while playing upon the street almost
in front of the hospital entrance. He
was quite helpless below the waist,
and would always be so, said Dr. j
"I've Brought Him This and These."
Keith, after the operation, unless
well, miracles had happened and such
cases had got well before. So he said
nothing to the pretty young mother
who came day after day, wistful and
patient and always hopeful. Of late
she had begun to suspect that her
only boy, her stay that Vas to be in
her later widowhood, would never
leave the building save in a wheeled
chair. But she kept her fears to her herself,
self, herself, and nobody had had the heart
to tell her.
And Johnny wanted a football for
his Christmas present!
"Well," said Dr. Keith gruffly, "why
shouldn't he have one if he wants it?
Isn't there enough money to buy a
football? Why, I'll buy him one my myself.
self. myself. What sort should he have?
What are they made of? It's a long
time since I was a boy myself," he
added, in self-excuse.
"Why, they're made of pigskin,
aren't they, doctor?" answered the
nurse. "But you don't understand.
How can we let him have a football
and let his mother see him with it
and him lying there so helpless? It
would be inhuman, doctor."
"Hum! I'll take the matter under
consideration," the doctor answered.
But a few minutes later he was ask asking
ing asking the head interne, "Where would
you go to buy a football?" He pat
down the address in his memoran memorandum
dum memorandum book, and the interne looked at
him in wonder, for football and Dr.
Keith seemed somehow unassociable.
"Well, here's the football, nurse,"
he said that evening, coming into the
ward. It was Christmas eve. All
the children were supposed to be
asieep. were and tnere an eye
drowsily unclosed to see if Santa
Claus had really come, but sleep was
stronger than exDetation. and Nurse
aif d s.ee t0 at no. ?if!s
i io me sieeMess. ur. Keitn new
went to the sleepless.
out the paper-wrapped globe. The

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clerk had blown it up for him, and. j Plete as possible, keeping nothing
not thinking of having it deflated ; back, and then go out to the pleas pleas-again.
again. pleas-again. he had carried it thus for half j ures and duties of your life, having
a dozen blocks. "If you think it best i been truly born anew into hi3 divin divin-for
for divin-for him not to have it. give it to J ilY, as he was born into our human human-someone
someone human-someone else. Give him a Teddy il7 on Christmas day. Phillips Brooks,
bear," he said. I D. D.

"Why, a boy that age tSoesnt want

Teddy bears," answered Nurse Blair
scornfully. She thought for a long
while after the doctor had gone. At
last she went softly to Johnny's bed
and hung the football from the
head. The little boy's eyes were
closed a..d he was sleeping soundly.
The little helpless feet made tiny
mountains under the bedclothes.
Xurce Blair turned away quickly.
Morning came; the ward awoke.
Shouts and cries of delight were
heard. The day nurses went from
bed o v!- unwrapping packages.
Nurse b.uir had ccne to her room,
'l";t she did not lie down. She came
back, tired but resolute, a half hour
before visiting time, and went to
j Johnny's side. He was playing with
tbe ball, bouncing it upon the sheets.
It had fallen down six times, and
each time the nurse nearest had pick picked
ed picked It up again and returned it.
"Johnny," said Nurse Blair, "your
mamma will be here in a few minutes
now."
"Yes, ma'am," answered Johnny.
"Johnny, what are you going to do
with that football?" asked Nurse
Blair.
Johnny knew Immediately. "I'm
going to look at it and look at it and
; wish hard to be well," he answered.
she will see it and it will make her
' cry to think of the time when her
iltuJ boy ,wf 9 strong and welL You
don t want to make her cry. do you,
dear?"
"No, ma'am," answered Johnny,
j "Then, Johnny," said Nurse Blair,
tue uiuiuai, ouyyuoe wo iui. iu oa,
' when she comes and don't show it to
her."
Yes ma'am," said Johnny. A tear
8to1 11110 h.is eyf an overflowed.
He handed her the football. "Y-yes,
m-m-ma'am," said Johnny, gulping.
And just then the visitors came in.
Nurse Blair had taken the ball, but
BJe a no time conceal it before
the little woman in black had come
hurrying to the bedside, and she
8t?d folding it rather foolishly and
seu-cousciousiy uuu cuuiu uui mga
those searching eyes.
"I've brought him this and these,"
said Mrs. Ward, holding out the box
of bricka and the f mechanical toy.
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Nurse Blair stammered something,
but she could never remember what
I If nrao fni vaiihot Txr?1vrir Vioil fair
en both her hands in hers and was
looking at her in such a way as to j
make falsehood impossible.
"Nurse," she said, "I want to ask
you something. Will he ever walk
again?"
Nurse Blair was silent. They might
have been alone in the ward, so
closely did the hum of conversation j
hedge them in. Each was with her
?-n that Christmas morning and had
no thought but for hers.
"Will he ever walk? Will he ever
stand?" The widow grasped the
nurse's hands tightly as though cling clinging
ing clinging to her as her last hope in life.
"Tell me," she pleaded.
"Never unless a miracle happens,"
answered Nurse Blair, and the wom woman's
an's woman's hands fell and she turned to the
child and smiled. Then Nurse Blair
understood why some of the Madon Madonnas
nas Madonnas were painted smiling.
"Mamma!" said the voice from the
bed, "I want to Vhisper something."
The widow knelt down, but the
childish whisper was loud enough to
I reach the nurse's ears.
"I mustn't tell you what my Christ Christmas
mas Christmas present is, because it will make
you cry."
The widow placed her arms round
his neck and pressed his face to hers.
"Mamma, I want to show you some something
thing something I've kept for a Christmas pres present
ent present for you. Sit up, mamma, and
look; Look!"
Nurse Blair screamed. Dr. Keith
passing by, stopped, looked, and as assumed
sumed assumed an attitude of professional
pride. His rather tired face broke
'ito a smile.
"Do that again, Johnny," cried
Nurse Blair. "Look, doctor, look!
He's wiggling his toes!"
"Yes, ma'am," said Johnny proud proudly.
ly. proudly. "That's why I wanted a football.
There, mamma, you're crying after
all!"
Something He Wouldn't Break.
Willie is a boy who is very much
blessed with aunts and uncles. These
use every opportunity to give him
presents. Last Christmas he received
so many toys that his parents, instead
of giving him toys, told him he could
carry out one of his cherished plans.
"Actually," said his papa, "you have
more things now than you can break
in a year."
"Oh, no, papa," said Willie with an
injured air; "there's one present I
won't break."
"Well, Willie, I'm glad there's one.
Which is it? the cast-iron train from
Uncle Jack?"
"Oh, no!" cried Willie. "I can
manage to break that. I mean I
won't break your promise to buy me
a reason ticket for the baseball
i matches."
The Great Meaning.
Lift up your eyes to the great mean-
in& of tte daF. and dare to think of
! 5"our humanity as something so divine-
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A SILVER
MUG
By HENJAMIN CARTER

One morriiijr uy t hie f received a
teiephue niesare that a wealthy gen gentleman
tleman gentleman naujJ Tocthaker was found
d?nd in his bed. lie had gaue to bed
tLv evening U'fure in perfect health.
Ou the discovery .f the body a physi physician
cian physician had been summoned and had 'de 'declined
clined 'declined to make an investigation as to
the ciiuxtf of death without some e:u
being present to represent the po'.ice.
The doctor had on one occasion unin unintentionally
tentionally unintentionally destroyed evidence in a
murder case, and this had made him
careful. I was sent out on the case.
I found the doctor awaiting me in
the library, and he told me all he knew
about the deceased, ne lived alone
with a niece, a girl of twenty, who. it
was supposed, would inherit the prop
erty. There were also servants in the
house. I went with the doctor to the
death chamber without having seen
any one of the household. The corpse
lay on the bed, beside which was a
small stand and on the stand an emp empty
ty empty bottle, the label of which indicated
that it had contained ale. I noticed
that there was no glass or mug from
which the liquor had been drunk.
Having concluded our observation of
! the room, we went downstairs, and
I the doctor, leaving the matter in my
Alice Toothaker. and she sent word
to me to say that she was unnerved
by her uncle's death and wouldn't her
maid do as well. 1 asked th? m:iVJ!
who had carried the ale to her master.
She replied that she had done so about
10 o'clock the night before. Mr. Tooth Toothaker
aker Toothaker frequently drank something at
that hour, and she had placed the ale
on the stand beside the table. I asked
her from what he had drunk, and she
said he always took yale from a silver
mug. What had become of the mui:
she did not know.
Investigation showed that the only
person interested in Mr. Toothaker's
death was his niece, who would inherit
a fortune from him. He was a widow widower,
er, widower, but had recently been paying atten attention
tion attention to a woman much younger than
himself. My theory was that Miss
Toothaker was the guilty person.
There was one link that I could not
find. I felt sure that the silver mug
from which the .deceased had taken the
ale was the key to the situation. I
believed that Alice Toothaker had re removed
moved removed it. I5ut none of the servants
could tell what had become of it. and
Miss Toothaker claimed that she did
not know who had taken it away.
Nevertheless I was convinced from her
looks and the stammering way she an answered
swered answered my questions that she had tak taken
en taken it herself. I
I wove a chain of circumstantial evi evidence
dence evidence against her that, I felt confident,
if it did not convict her would strongly
point to her guilt. Feeling sure that
she knew all about the removal of
the silver mug, I relied on her being
forced by the prosecuting attorney's
searching examination to reveal the
mystery of its disappearance. There
was one feature of the case that puz puzzled
zled puzzled me. Though I was sure she was
prevaricating about the mug, she did
not bear herself like a person guilty
of a great crime. True, she appeared
anxious, for she knew she was sus suspected,
pected, suspected, but she showed an occasional
confidence in the outcome.
When she was arrested she showed
no surprise. She had evidently nerved
herself to bear what was in store for
her and only begged for a speedy trial.
Fortunately for her, the case was
brought on a few days after her ar arrest.
rest. arrest. Iler attorney was evidently con convinced
vinced convinced of her innocence and seemed
to me to be confident of procuring her
acquittal, ne listened attentively to
ti e statement made by the state at attorney
torney attorney as to what he proposed to
prove, occasionally giving his client a
reassuring look. She needed it. for so
ingeniously was the evidence to be
brought out woven together that it
looked very bad for her.
When the statement had been made
and the evidence against the prisoner
was all in her counsel, without refer referring
ring referring to any part of it, called the maid
who had carried the ale to Mr. Tooth Toothaker.
aker. Toothaker. Having brought out the fact
that she had done so. he asked her if
one of her duties was not to polish "the
silver. She answered "Yes." He then
drew from her that she had polished
the mug from which the deceased
drank the ale on the afternoon previ previous
ous previous to his death, and. to the best of
her knowledge and belief. no one had
touched any part of it except the han-
! die.
The attorney then called the butler
of the Toothaker household, who
brought in a glass clock cover, under
which was a silver mug.
I knew now that I had been outwit outwitted.
ted. outwitted. The attorney showed each jury juryman,
man, juryman, using a glass, the imprint of a
hand on the IkmIv of the mug with tbe
fr.renner missing. He then toTd his
client to hold up her hands, and all her
finders were present. Then, stating
that some one had been in tbe room
with a maimed hand, he rested his
'-. and tbe judge instructed the jury
t bring in a verdict for the prisoner.
turned out that Alice Toothaker
h.ii f-n the discoverer of her uncle's
murderer. She hnd examined erery-
thins nlxMit the and discovered
the hand print the cup. Foreseeing
that he would be -suspected of the
crime, she had taken away the mug
to make sure that it would not be
tampered with.
The real murderer was in time traced
tnd convicted by a missing forefinger.

21 Ponds
Of
Sugar for
One DollaFo
To each cash purchaser of $1.00
worth of other groceries, we wiU
sell twenty-one pounds of sugar for
one dollar on Saturday and Monday.
Remember, this offer is for these

days ONLY.
J. L. Smith Grocery
Company,
PHONE 434.
Next to Ocala National Bank
Telephone
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235 or 388
when ypu want a
First-class Plumber
I .am prepared to
do all kinds of Steam
and Gas Fitting.
J. W. AMlB,
S, Osceola St. Ocala, Flo.
Oeala Seed Store
is headquarters for Poul Poultry
try Poultry Foods and Stock and
Poultry Powders. W keep
on hand all the time:
Beef Scrap,
Blood Meal,
Mica Grit,
Cracked Bone,
Charcoal,
Scratch Food,
Wheat,
COXKEY'S Poultry and
Stock Foods and Rem Remedies;
edies; Remedies; a full line.
A v large assortment
Flower Pots!
of
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CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FUItXlSHEB
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P. O. BOX 46
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Fine steamers; best service; low
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tickets to and from principal points.
Bend for booklet.
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'Finest coastwise Trip in the World
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Have you a house to
rent, or do you want
to rent a house?
Have you something to
sell, cr do you wish to
buy a house, a lot, a
horse or a buggy?
Are you looking for
employment, or do you
need the services of
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If so, you should pat patronize
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(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)

Mrs. M. K.

Robinson
Million

Heiress to a

There i3 in England a fabulous
sum of money, reaching well up into
the millions, awaiting to be disburs disbursed
ed disbursed among the heirs of John and
Richard Hazzard.
On embarking for America, some sometime
time sometime about the ISth century these
two men left a moderately large sum
of money in the Bank of England,
London, which, not being taken out,
formed the nucleus for the present
amount. The interest has been add add-d
d add-d annually to the principal and the
sum has gradually increased and will
continue to grow until all the heirs
establish their claim.
Mrs. M. E. Robinson of this city
is the principal direct heir to Rich Richard
ard Richard Hazzard and among the others
are Mrs. Julia White of Savannah,
Secretary of the Treasury W. G. Mc Mc-Adoo,
Adoo, Mc-Adoo, Mrs. E. M. Howard of this
city, and Dr. Blackshear of Citra.
It is only of recent date that any
decisive steps have been taken to
obtain a complete list of the de de-scendents,
scendents, de-scendents, numbering into the hun hundreds
dreds hundreds and if the plan along which
lines the work is now progressing,
is successful, it will be probably
only a year, or perhaps a little long longer
er longer before the money will be divided.
Mrs. Robinson has been active in
the work of locating the heirs, which
in itself represents a vast amount of
tedious correspondence. She has
searched family history and old,
musty documents and records, trying
to find some clue, if possible, which
Will assist in getting into commun communication
ication communication with heirs who have not been
located. The data obtained thereby
has been taken up by a member of
her immediate family who has al--
ready teen in consultation with Mrs.
White, another diligent worker, and
at an earlv date Secretarv McAdoo
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will personally supervise the tabula--!.

tion of all the information, sending
it with a lawyer, accompanied by
one or more of the heirs, to London,
where final steps will be taken to ob obtain
tain obtain the money.
Mrs. Robinson was a Miss Black Black-shear,
shear, Black-shear, daughter of Dr. E. J. Black Black-shear,
shear, Black-shear, of Macon, a son of James
Hamilton Blackshear, who married a
Miss Hazzard, a near descendent of
Richard Hazzard. One of the two
daughters of Richard Hazzard mar married
ried married a Floyd, a kinsman of Mrs.
Howard.
After the lawyer's fee and other
expenses have been paid, Mrs. Rob Robinson's
inson's Robinson's portion of the immense sum
will amount to a million and a quar quarter
ter quarter dollars and probably more.

powerful as some, has in it a sweet sweetness
ness sweetness and vibre which goes straight
to the heart of the hearer and makes
him forget the present."
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Dance Friday Evening
One of the enjoyable events of
Christmas week will be the dance
given Friday evening by the young
men at Dr. F. E. McClane's place in

the ZeButt building.

The W.
Methodist

at 3 o'clock

meet at fhe

cnurcn .uonaay aiterno

C. T. U. will

Miss Ruth Cook, who has been at attending
tending attending the Florida State College for
Women at Tallahassee, arrived in the
city last night, and will spend the
holidays with her brother, Mr. F. W.
Cook and family.
Mrs. E. M. Osborn and baby will
leave Wednesday to spend Christmas
day with Mrs. Osborn's mother, Mrs.
M. F. Evers at Plant City.

-Masters Joseph Borden and

Osborn, two bricht Ocala students

Rollins College, I Waiter Park, arriv

ed last night tptnd the holidays

atOiome.

Miss Nona Sewell of Brooksville
will reach Ocala the day after Christ Christmas
mas Christmas to visit her sister Mrs. J. P.
Galloway until after the New Year.
Miss Rebecca Smith, who has
made her home in Tampa for the
past year, will spend the Christmas
holidays with her sister, Mrs. C. C.
Bailey, in this city.
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Misses Onie Chazal and Marian
Dewey students at St. Genevieve

Convent, Asheille. X. C, are home

to spend the Irblidavs with their

ents. i

-urs. uecrge .'lacKay, aitor an ex extended
tended extended visit of three months with
relatives in New York, Xew Jersey,
Rhode Island and Massachusetts, has
returned home, accompanied by her
sister. Miss Mamie Lewis, who will
sisend the winter in Ocala.

chapter. Next month the Ocala
Chapter and the Masonic lodge will
meet together for installation after
which a banquet will be held.
Mrs. John Brown and daughter re returned
turned returned to their home at Wilawood
today. They came up yesterday to
shop and-vere guests of the Ocala
House.
Mrs. B. X. Looney has as her
Christmas guests her brother-in-law
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ham Ham-rick
rick Ham-rick of Daytona. Mrs. Hamrick ar arrived
rived arrived several days ago and was join joined
ed joined yesterday byMr. Hamrick.

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jfra guesrf5f "fi cousin, Misses

Theo and Gladys Wallis, having ar

rived today from her home in Savan-

Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Luckie will
leave in their car Wednesday for
Daytona, where they will spend
Christmas at the home of Mrs.
Luckie's mother, Mrs. F. E. Shep Shep-pard.
pard. Shep-pard. Miss Laura Chapman will arrive
tonight from the Florida State Col College
lege College at Tallahassee to spend Christ Christmas
mas Christmas with her parents. She will also
visit friends in Ocala during the hol holidays.
idays. holidays. Jacksonville Metropolis.

Mrs. Cecil Bryant and little daugh

ter Louise, leit on the limited this

afternoon for Jacksonville. Mrs.
Bryan goes especially to attend the
wedding of her sister. Miss Lillian
Farris, to Mr. Pereival Harry, Mon Monday,
day, Monday, Dec. 22nd. While there she will
make an extended visit to relatives.

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limited this afternoon to attend the j
Harry-Farris wedding in Jackson- Z

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'Returning home for the holidays are

lisses Helen Brown and Ellen Slark-

son. who win arrive tonight from

Randolph-Macon College, Lynchburg,
Ya.. and Messrs. Julius Brown ami
John and Charles Chazal. who are
expec-red tonight from Perdue Uni University.

COMBINATION SETS,
Of Tic and Handkerchiefs, or Hose.

TIES,
Fine assortment, latest patterns, in holiday boxes
GLOVES,
In Brown, Tan and White.
HOSE,
Silk and Lisle, in all colors.
HANDKERCHIEFS,
Silk and Linen, Linen with Initials.
VESTS,
Fancy and Full Dress.
COLLAR BUTTONS,
CUFF BUTTONS,
STICK PINS.
A Fine Assortment of Men's Jewelry.
Are the very things for a Gentleman's Xmas Present.

Mrs. R.

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idays holidays with relatives.

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Irma Blake of this city, a

in the" State College for

Women at Tallahassee, arrived at

her home herd, to spend the holi-

days, last nigAt.tf Miss Blake took

part in the rendition- of the operetta,
"The Feast of the Red Corn," which
was given by amateur talent in the
capital jcity last Monday nigjiLThe

Florida Kecord says of Miss BJaKe:

Then there was MJs-Irma Blake,

whose insinuating name of Weeda
Wanta,' Queen of the Wanta tribe,
carried with it the mystery of Indian
legends of far off times and dark
ages. Her songs were superb and the
manner of rendering them was fault faultless.
less. faultless. She handled her part of the
operetta like a veteran and made
those who had never had the pleas pleasure
ure pleasure of hearing her voice, wish for
more. Miss Blake is gifted with a
sweet voice, which, while not as

young guest of Miss Byrd Wart Wart-mann.
mann. Wart-mann. She will return to her home
at Lady Lake either Tuesday or
Wednesday, and Miss Wartmann will
go to Citra for a ten days' visit with
her brother, Mr. E. L. Wartmann
and family.

CHAPTER NO. 13. IS. A. M.

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M on the
fourth Friday in every month at
1:30 p. m. C. B. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Aa

Mr., and Mrs. L. P. Wilson will havei

as their guests for the holidays Mr.

KWilson's mother and sister. Mrs. J.

C Wilson and Miss Josephine Wil Wil-sofa,
sofa, Wil-sofa, of Anniston, Ala.

WOODMEX OF THE WORLD
Foit King Camp No. 14 meets In
fonge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
' Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Ad

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THEATER I

Four Reels High High-Class
Class High-Class Motion
Pictures.
TO-NIGHT
THE MEDAL OF HONOR

(Lubin Drama)
EMBARRASSMENT OF RICHES
(Edison Comedy)
BRONCHO BILLY REFORMS
(Essanay Drama)
ACROSS THE CHASM
(Pathe Drama)

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Ir. and Mrs. Stanley James of
Okahumpa passed thru town today
oif their way to Palatka, where they
ylll visit relatives during the holidays.

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Mrs. E. Van Hood is home from
Arcadia, where she attended the
meetings of the Woman's Baptist
Missionary Union of Florida.
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Mrs. Christian Ax and sister, Miss
Daisy Keidel, will return tomorrow
from Jacksonville, accompanied by
Miss Adela Ax, Mr. Henry Keidel,

their father, and Mr. Fred Keidel.

their brother, who joined them there,
arriving from Baltimore.
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Miss Sarah Pearl Martin and Mr.
W. M. Martin reached home today,
coming from Washington Seminary,
Atlanta, and the G. M. A., College
Park, Ga. Arriving also from the
latter place was Master Roy Carn.
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Miss Bessie Hull returned to In In-glis
glis In-glis today after an over-night shop shopping
ping shopping tour in the city.
Miss Josephine Williams will go
to Live Oak next week to spend
Christmas with her sister, Mrs. F. E.
Thomason and family.
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk. Miss
Virginia Sistrunk. LaGrange Sistrunk

and Miss Annie Atkinson mntnrprf tm

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ieiaiiu mis morning, going espe especially
cially especially to leave Miss Sistrunk at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Can-

nons, where she will be the holiday j

guest of Miss Emma Cannons.
Mr. Norman Pratt of Camp's dam.
on the Withlacoochee river, was
numbered among the Christmas
shoppers yesterday.
Ocala Chapter No. 29. O. E. S..
met in Yange's hall Fridav. after-

noon. The attendance was splendid.
At this meeting Mrs. Edna Strong!

and Mr. Robert Rogers were initiat initiated
ed initiated into the order and Mrs. Starbuck

transferred her membership to this'

YOUNG HORSES FOR SALE

A three-year-old horse, finely bred
and thoroughly broken to work dou double
ble double or single; sound, gentle and ab absolutely
solutely absolutely all right in every particular;
cheap at $100 for cash. Also a ten-months-old
mare colt. See them at
my farm on S. A. L. track one mile
east of Anthony hard road crossing.
J. D. Robbinson, Ocala. 12-20-121

If You
Want to Buy,
Sell or
Exchange
New or Second Second-Hand
Hand Second-Hand Furniture
Phone, write or call on
us before doing so.
We are buying, selling
and exchanging both
New and Second-hand
Furniture all the time,
and can accommodate
you.
Easy terms made on
enstallment contracts if
you are not prepared to
pay cash.
Marion Furniture
Company,
C. A. FORT, Proprietor.
West Exposition Street,
Phone 291.

The winter schedule of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line is now In effect. It:

is as follows:
Southbound
No. 39 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
a. m., arrives Gainesville at 12:30
a. m., arrives Ocala at 2:40, arrives
St. Petersburg at 9:10 pi m.
No. 9 leaves Jacksonville at 3:40
p. m., arrives Gainesville at 6:53 p.
m., arrives Ocala at 8:45 p. m., ar arrives
rives arrives at Leesburg at 10 p. m.
No. 37 leaves Jacksonville at 9:30
p m., arrives Gainesville 12:37 a.
m., arrives Ocala 2:18 a. m., arrives
St. Petersburg 8 a. m.
Northbound
No. 38 leaves St. Petersburg 8:30
p. m., arrives Ocala at 2:20 a. m.,
arrives Gainesville 3:58 a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville 7 a. m.
No. 10 leaves Leesburg at 4:45 a.
m., arrives Ocala at 6:05 a. m., ar arrives
rives arrives Gainesville at 7:55 a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville at 10:55 a. m.
No. 40 leaves St. Petersburg at
6:30 a. m., arrives Ocala 12:54 p.
m., leaves Ocala 1:14 p. m., arrives
Gainesville at 3:30 p. m.f arrives
Jacksonville at 6:30 pi m.

FANCY STATIONERY
Alawys acceptable, even by the best
of friends. Some mighty fine Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Stationery among our stock.
The Court Pharmacy. 12-9.

Lawyer cake, angel cake, and ether
fancy cakes at Carter's Bakery.
Phone 360. 12-lS-6t dly

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Judge Circuit Court W. S. Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. Ocala.
District Attorney E. W. Davis,
Ocala.
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent.
Ocala.
Sheriff J. P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert.
Ocala.
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala
Treasurer John M. Graham.
Ocala.
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Prouate Wm. E. Smith
Ocala.
County Commissioner C. Carmi
chael. Ocaia; J. W. Bavis. Summer-

i field; W T. Henderson, Lynne; D. G
j Watkins, Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-!
! Luff-! man, Sparr.
t Board Public Instruction -J. II.
I Brinson, Superintendent. Ocala: B.
i R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S. Grantham.

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And every thing that goes in into
to into a fruit cake and mince pies

FRESH CANDIES
AND
NUTS
FILIPINO NUTS
Something new and a curiosity

Canri-TldPiiais Co,

CARN BUILDING

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Don't fail to take
our large discount on
H. B. Masters Co.

advantage of
all coat euits.
12-19-5t

THE PARKER LUCK1 CURVE
Fountain Pen can be found in any

style you want for an Xmas present J

at The Court Pharmacy. 12-9

All of the choice brands of 5-cent
cigars. C. H. S. our leader, 6 for 25

scents. Tydings & Co. ll-14-tT

JUST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS
Two cases extra high top button
boots; gunmetal and patent; the
famous Krippendorf make. 'Price
while they last, $4. Little's Shoe
Parlor. 12-17-4t

Call phone 291 if you want to buy
'nrniture. 11-20-tf



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"You were that loneliest and most for forlorn
lorn forlorn of human beings, a great heiress
end an orphan. All your life you hsd
h-d everything you wanted, excer
fhe thirg you wanted most of all siD-
t.-re ?r.'J d:cr:tf-rrStC'd love. Your
u.-r r.r d r..rr.er Lad died before you
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1913

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(Copyright, by Daily Story Pub. Co.)
r was ennstmas eve,
a. Liu Alice jiititiiiiiu
sat alone in her luxu luxuriously
riously luxuriously furnished bou boudoir,
doir, boudoir, putting the fin finishing
ishing finishing touches on the
gifts she was to be bestow
stow bestow on the morrow.
She tied the last bit
of scarlet ribbon
about a jewel box
with mathematical
precision, tucked a
bit of holly under the bow, and pushed
It away from her with impatient wear weariness.
iness. weariness. "There," she exclaimed, surveying

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table and the couch; "there, thank
goodness, that's done! I've done my
duty by my family and remembered
every one that is likely to remember
me, and I have worn myself to a fraz
zle, and brought on paresis trying to
find things for people who already
have everything there is. Let me see,"
she continued, taking up the packages
one by one and checking them off with
a smile that was half sad, and half
cynioal.
"Let me see here is a silk smoking
jacket for Uncle Joseph, that he will
never wear, and the Sevres cups that
Aunt Maud coyly hinted would be an
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Anybody I Love.'
acceptable reminder of the blessed
seasop to her; the string of pearls that
Adele has been openly admiring for
months, and a check for Jack for his
college larks one's relatives aren't
bashful about letting one know what
they want, and that is a comfort, at
any rate, at Christmas.
"Then, um-um-um, a gold bangle ?0 ?0-Mayme
Mayme ?0-Mayme Winslow that she will take
right down to the jeweler's to appraise,
and a tortoise shell and ostrich feather
fan for Sally Stinton; she'll be sure to
send me something, though she hates
me, the little cat, and a couple of
fcronzes for dear old Mrs. Bullion,
though where she'll put them in that
overcrowded house of hers I'm sure I
don't know, and oh, things for the
servants, and steins and etchings for
the men who have been nice to me
and er I don't believe I have forgot forgotten
ten forgotten anybody I love, or who holds a
kindly thought for me."
She paused abruptly, pushed the gay
litter of costly trinkets away from her
with disdainful hands, and with a sud sudden
den sudden rush of tears, buried her face in
her arms on the table.
"Yes," she murmured brokenly to
herself, "there is one that I have for forgotten,
gotten, forgotten, and he is the one in all the
World that I have remembered most,
and to whom I would give all if I
dared," and then she sat still.
"Why do you not send him some lit little
tle little trifle, just a token that you have
not forgotten the old days?" suggested
her heart.
"Never," said Pride.
"Even casual acquaintances may ex exchange
change exchange gifts at Christmas," urged her
Heart, speciously.
"He would cast my gift back at my
feet," said Pride.
"Christmas,' said her Heart, "is the
time of peace on earth and good will
towards men. It is a time when old
wrongs should be forgotten, when oH
wounds should be healed, when broken
ties should be mended, and hearts es estranged
tranged estranged should be reunited. Why do
you not kiss and make up, as children
do?"
"What!" cried Pride, "and be flouted
once more?"
"You were very tired of the old,
empty life, with its monotonous rounds
of insipid gayety," went on her Heart.

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v yi a distrust c" c .-:y huian bc bc-..ho
..ho bc-..ho came about ;ou.
"Ycu r":v hriew the joy that ether
girls h: ci c; :,-;;(e liked fcr them themselves
selves themselves V" ;:. itors carr3 you wore
told they wirt fortune hunters. Peo People,
ple, People, in speaking of you, never praised
you for any charm of your own, or any
grace, or accomplishment. They al always
ways always said that you were rich, and you
wondered sometimes if they knew how
their words hurt, or how it must seem
to a girl to come to believe that there
was nothing about her that could win
love that she must buy it with the
money she hated.
"Finally you began to realize that
your whole nature was being warped
by your environment, that your soul
was being atrophied, and so you ran
away from it all. You persuaded dear
old Mr3. Bullion to take you away as
her hired companion to a little quiet
place, where no one would recognize
you. You wore plain little cotton
gowns, and snobs who would have
flunkied' before the rich Miss Maitland
snubbed and ignored you, but there
was a man who saw the woman's heart
under the shabby gown, andfthe wom woman's
an's woman's brain under the common hat, and
he loved you, and asked you to be his
wife. "We shall be very poor," he
said, "for I have my way yet to make
in the world, but, please God, we shall
fight the battle out shoulder to shoul shoulder."
der." shoulder." "You remember," went on her Heart,
"how, with your head upon his breast,
and his arms around you, you planned
out the future the little house, with
the rose above the door, the dear little
economies, the struggles, and the final
success, and you drank deep of the cup
of joy, for you knew life had made you
rich at last, for you were loved for
yourself alone loved as a woman
would be when a strong man trembles
at her touch, and his smile grows soft
and tender only for you. Then, at last,
came the time when you had to tell
him that you were none other than the
rich Mis Maitland
"And he went white as death while
he listened, and said that had he
known it he would never have asked
you to be his wife," interrupted Pride.
"But it was then too late," triumph triumphantly
antly triumphantly cried her Heart; "he loved you,
and nothing not money, nor position,
nor anything, could change that. You
came home," continued her Heart,
"and your worldy wise uncle and aunt
called him a furtune hunter, and said
that he was going to marry you for
your money. You did not believe them,
but, by and by, as you plunged into
the old life, with its sordid strivings,
and selfishness, and disbelief in all that
is high and true, the old distrust began
to creep up and poison life again."
"He should have trusted your love,"
said Pride; "he should have known
that you were merely playing."
"His life," said her Heart, sadly,
"had not taught him how to play. It
had all been hard, bitter seriousness,
and so when he saw you smiling into
this ether man's eyes with the counter counterfeit
feit counterfeit of the look you had worn when
your head lay upon his breast, he
thought that you were faithless and
loveless, and that you you who had
so much had come down out of your
high estate to rob him of the little he
had, and to make life worthless."
"Then," said Pride, desperately, "he
came and flung back your promise in
your face and told you that he was
ashamed to have loved so poor a
thing."
"Love does not go at any man's bid bidding,"
ding," bidding," sighed her Heart; "you saw him
the other day. He looked ill, and worn,
and poor. Tomorrow' will be Christ Christmas,
mas, Christmas, day
"Think" began Pride; but Miss
Maitland had risen up with a look on
her face of great and exceeding joy.
"Think, I can think of nothing but
my love!" she cried.
The next morning Miss Maitland
arose early, and spent much time at
her desk printing a large placard in
bold and unmistakable letters. This
done, she donned a simple little gray
gown, much affected by her the sum summer
mer summer before, and over this she threw a
long cloak. An hour later she directed
her astonished coachman to drive her
to a certain building on one of whose
upper floors a struggling young lawyer
was, at the moment, engaged in de devouring
vouring devouring with his eye the photograph
of a comely young woman. A3 she
reached his office door Miss Mait Mait-lar.d's
lar.d's Mait-lar.d's courage wavered and sank, but,
taking a. death grip upon it, she hur hurriedly
riedly hurriedly passed the office boy, and before
she knew it was in his presence.
"Alice!" he cried, starting to his
feet; but she did not wait for him to
speak.
"Tom," she said, hurriedly, "I I
I have come to bring you a little
Christmas present," and with that she
dropped the enveloping cloak aside,
and pinned upon her breast was a
large placard with the inscription:
FOR TOM.
WITH ALICE'S LOVE.
"You darling." he murmured,folding
her in his hungry arms. x
"It's so hard to know what to get ;
for a man, so I just thought I'd bring :
myself," she said, hypocritically; "but ;
oh, Tom, please don't send this present j
back, and change it." But he stopped i
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Will the young ladies who had
their exhibits of canned products at
the fair, and afterword took them
ho:r.e. lease send them, according
to promise, to thv Marion County
Board c: Tnvij Ik ad. quarters in
Ocala, so I may arrange iheni in a
permanent, display.
I would also suggest that each
young lady send her photo with her
exhibit. I wish to arrange the ar articles
ticles articles so that visitors to the Board
cf Trade rooms can see at once what
the articles are. where from and who
made them, and if the young ladies
will give their cooperation we can
establish a feature that will be of the
greatest benefit to the county.
Respectfully.
J. L Rooney. Secretary.
OCALA NORTHERN SCHEDULE
Xo. 74, leaves Ocala daily except
Sunday, at 1:2 3 p. m. Arrive Bur Bur-bank.
bank. Bur-bank. 2:0' p. m.. Fort McCoy, 2:."0
p. m.. Orange Surings. 4:05 p. m..
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'Florida is showing as pretty a stock of goods in the Jewelers Line
as I am. The department of CUT GL4SS is exceptionally well

stocked with exquisite new designs and cuttings and the prices are
very modest. I point with pride to my line of Watches, in all styles and sizes
open faced and hunting cases, for both men and women, and a particularly
pretty line suitable for gifts, and can engrave them for you. A watch bought
of me is'gue ran teed to be just as represented.

The large assortment of Pins, Chains, Bracelets, Charms, Rings, Beads, etc., has been bought
with much care and embraces something you will be sure to want.
I have a pretty line of Diamonds in Rings and Pins, and can get you any special order in
these goods on very short notice.
Beautiful Hand Paintel China is always appropriate for gilts, and I have a very attractive line
to show you.
My Clock Department is one you should inspect for I am showing this season many handsome time
pieces at a wide ranee of prices.
Silver Ware is a staple line and at the same time one of the most attractive sources from which
to select gifts. I have surpassed all -previous efforts in the Silver Ware Department and can supply
almost any article wanted in Silver. The designs in Sterling Silver are many and beautiful. I also
have a large stock of, Heavy, Quadruple Plate, guaranteed goods if something of that kind is de desired.
sired. desired. You will find most of the new novelties in Jewelry in my store.
I am agent for Edison Phonographs and Records and a full stock of these goods are kept
constantly on hand to make selections from.
Our very efficient Engraving. Watch and Jewelry Repair Department, with skilled workmen, is
at your service, and we are able to execute all orders promptly. THE PHOXE IS TWO HUNDRED

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Xo. 71. Leaves Palaika daily ex except
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McCoy ; :2o a. m., arrives Burbank,
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m.. arives Ocala 10:40 a. in.
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FALL and
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For Husband
For Brother
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of automobilists. Finest oil that can
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gives perfect lubrication. Gear case
compounds that never hardens,
dries melts nor runs. Oil cans, fun funnel,
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17 N. Main Street.
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Our courses include Shorthand
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studies of Touch Typewriting, Pen
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Rates are one dollar
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text books, note paper,
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ink, pencils
charged for
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ERRY CHRISTMAS! The
ery word expresses the
spirit of the day. Christmas
is the embodiment of joy and
mirthfulness, a glorious day of gaiety I
and merriment for old and young. Let
us all be children at Christmas time,
and enter into the preparations and
plans for the day with youthful fervor. ;
Everyone is occupied with the pre-
parations for the gala occasipn. Tie
custom of decorating the homes Tv ith ;
Christmas greens is increasing each ;
year. Surely it is. a happy thought in
the midst of winter at the Yule tide
season to bring the greens from the j
woods. The many traditions connected :
with holly and mistletoe make them I
all the more appropriate for ue as j
decorations. The brilliant glowing ;
scarlet of the holly berries and the ;
green of the evergreen have always
been associated with Christmas. ;
With a very small investment one
can easily arrange many unique ef- j
fects in decorations for the home and i
table that will accord with the spirit
of the season.
Unless the Christmas tree is going I
to be a surprise, and you intend to
trim it behind closed doors in the
greatest of secrecy, let the children
assist in fashioning many of the or ornaments
naments ornaments and trinkets, and they will
have double the pleasure out of it. The
little ones will certainly delight in
stringing the popcern with which to
festoon the tree. If the popcorn is
strung on wire it can be arranged
most effectively. If you wish, you
can dye some of the corn red and
string it alternately, one red and one
white kernel. The nimble little
fingers can string chains of cranber cranberries
ries cranberries or cut stars out of gilt paper.
Paper link chains can be made out of
any color to harmonize with the color
scheme of the tree. Paste narrow
strips of paper to form rings and slip
i one link through another and paste
securely.
It is very simple to gild nuts, and
they are quite an addition to a tree
when suspended with gilt cord. Snow
balls are made by packing white tis
sue paper tight in the shape of an or-
ange, then pasting white cotton on j
the ball. The cotton is dusted with J
diamond dust and gives a glittering j
effect. Icicles are made of white
fringe tissue paper that has been dip- j
ped into a solution of alum. The j
green of the tree can also be given a J
trostea enect n it is toucnea a .th a
solution of alum. The Christmas good
ies can be put in bags of tarletan. j
Don't Torget that the large presents j
and heavy decorations of the tree i
should be at the bottom. j
A pretty tree for the table is the
pepper plant, which can be purchased
at any florist's. The little plant can j
be trimmed as a Christmas tree for
the central decoration of the table, j
Around the bottom of the tree is heap-1
ed a mound of cotton dusted with mica. ;
At each place is a little red flower pot
containing a small souvenir which is i
hidden by a spray of mistletoe. The
souvenir can be something suggestive
of the personality of the guest. Over j
the table is suspended by red ribbons j
a bunch of snow balls of white cotton I
sprinkled with mica. The candle
shades are of ornamental sprays of
holly, and a little piece of holly is j
pasted on the place card. j
The table illustrated has the star j
shaped poinsettia for its main feature.
If it is not possible to procure the nat natural
ural natural poinsettia, beautiful ones can be
obtained made out of crepe paper.
The basket for the center piece i3
heaped with poinsettias and ferns. Fa Favors
vors Favors are hidden among the flowers,
and ribbons are attached to them ex extending
tending extending to each plate. A large Christ Christmas
mas Christmas bell adds to the festive appear appearance
ance appearance of the room. This bell is made on
a wire frame IS inches tall, covered
with crushed tissue paper.
The little baskets for the salted al almonds
monds almonds are made of 12 poinsettia
leaves pasted neatly around a small
paper cup.

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For place cards use a white card
to which is attached a small bell about
two inches high. Tie on the top with
a small bow of red baby ribbon.
Instead of silver napkin rings use
rings made of pasteboard covered with
red crepe paper to harmonize with the
rest of the decorations. A crepe pa paper
per paper napkin designed in poinsettias
would be very appropriate.
If one prefers to use a tablecloth
of paper instead of damask, the same
idea can be carried out by using pa paper
per paper in the same color scheme. Ruf Ruffle
fle Ruffle the paper around the lower edge
and have two flounces, the first of
plain white and the second of the dec dec-crated
crated dec-crated paper.
Candle shades are made of card cardboard
board cardboard frames. Cut the petals from the
crepe paper the same as for the other
flowers, and paste around frame, fin finishing
ishing finishing it with two large green leaves
and a small bow of red ribbon.
Many of the dishes served can be
garnished with red beets, radishes or
red peppers.
A poinsettia salad could be placed
at each place. Slice off the top of
a large red apple and scrape out as
much of the inside as possible, fill the
apple with equal portions of apple cut
in small cubes, chopped celery and
nuts. Moisten this mixture with cream
salad dressing.
Cut pimentoes in petal shaped pieces
and arrange them in the form of a
poinsettia on the plate. Set the ap apple
ple apple filled with the mixture on center of
plate and use small petals of the
pimentoes to trim the top 0 the ap apple.
ple. apple. If ice cream is. served for dessert,
pistachio and cherry make a good
combination. (
As Christmas is the season of toys,
table decorations which would seem
absurd at any other time are very fit fitting
ting fitting on this occasion.
A table with a snow man In the cen center
ter center made on a wire frame and covered
with cotton is very effective. Have
smaller snow men at each place. Snow Snowballs
balls Snowballs placed in groups all over the ta table
ble table may be surrounded with sprays of
holly. The candle shades can be
made of wire covered with cotton to
form snow man's face.
The bonbon boxes can be small
boxes covered with red crepe paper
to represent a Santa Claus cap. Paste
the paper around the edge of box, leav leaving
ing leaving the crepe twice the height of the
box. Fringe a small piece of crepe
paper to represent the tassel. Around
the edge of the cap cut a band of
white crepe one-half inch wide and dot
with ink to represer' ermine. If the
ic 2 cream is molded in the shape of
Santc Clauc in individual forms, or in
the shape of snow balls, it will add
to the fun of the dinner table.
Another table may have a Christ Christ-mar,
mar, Christ-mar, star for a variation in the way
rf table ornamentation. A star may
be formed of holly and edged with rib ribbon.
bon. ribbon. The guests' places are between
the points of the star. In the center
of the star a candlestick with shades
ornamented with stars cut out of
crepe paper is placed. Stars of paper
are hung all around the table.
From the chandelier by means of
wire suspend a string of stars. Minia Miniature
ture Miniature stars decorate the candy boxes,
and the favors are contained in star star-shaped
shaped star-shaped boxes. The nut cups are
made of a six-inch star cut from card cardboard
board cardboard covered with white crepe paper
edged In gold.
The following menu may assist you
in deciding what to have for Christ Christmas
mas Christmas dinner:
Olives Celery Radishes
Blue Points on Half Shell
Cream of Celery Soup
Roasted Goose
Baked Sweet Potatoes
Creamed Cauliflower Apple Sauce
Lettuce and Pimento Salad
individual Plum Pudding Hard Sauce
Raisins Fruit Nuts
Camembert Cheese Coffee
Copyright. 1312, by W. G. Chapman.)

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ment instrument in beautiful mahogany. Stool and scarf go with it.
Until January 1st we will sell our regular $450 player piano for $350 on
easy terms. It is fully guaranteed and a high grade instrument that
can be played automatically or by hand in the usual way. Bench,
rolls and cover go with it.
Don't delay but write us at once to send catalog of these pianos, or better
still, come to our store and see the pianos. They are fresh from the
factory.

OCALA, FLORIDA
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1913 state and county tax books j
are now open, two per cent on ior
November payments and one per cent
off for December payments. Come
early and avoid the rush, being sure
to bring a correct description o.f j
vour nronerty with you. 11-5-tfi
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Call phone 291 if you wish to ex
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and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
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Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
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Christmas the Season of All Others
Where Its Beauties May Be
Learned Anew.
?r1rf OVE is the keynote of the
innsiwas season. i uo
greatest mystery of life it
love. Who has not sought
to sound its unspeakable
depths? Who has not felt
its all-compelling power?
Who has not surrendered
to its irresistible force?
Romances are built about it. Wars
have been fouglit for it and religions
based upon it.
Love is the dream of the poet, the
puzzle cf the philosopher, the theme
of the novelist and the song of the
minstrel.
Love links all the human race. Its
note of victory is heard in the royal
court and in the peasant's cottage.
The song of love is on the lips of the
proudest queen and of her humblest
subject.
It is the stimulus of parental affec affection
tion affection in the home and of patriotism in
the nation. Brave men die for it and
noble women perish that they may
bear its sweet incense with them to
the grave.
How sweet and tender is this splen splendid
did splendid attribute of mankind! In its smil smiling
ing smiling presence, anger, bitterness and
strife melt away. How much more
has the world to hope for from love
than from envy, malice and hatred!
In this period of world-wide dis-j
trust, of resentment against econo-
mic conditions, of protest against au- j
thority, human and divine, and wide-
spread defiance of law, can we not
turn aside at this Christmas season
for a moment and learn anew the les lesson
son lesson of love?
When we shall have learned that
lesson, we shall also know the better!
and fuller meaning of obedience, con
tentment and peace
A YEAR OF PLENTY.
The Christmas trees nod in the breze;
The car.dy from them drops.
And folks declare they'll surely bear
The heaviest of crops.
Philadelphia Bulletin,
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tarms, orchard lands, city resident
or business property to buy, build.'
improve, extend or refund mort-,
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sonable; reasonable; special privileges; corres correspondence
pondence correspondence invited. Dept. L., CIS
Commonwealth Dklg., Denver. Colo..
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Democratic and Progressive Hepub-j
Mean-. Put the Measure Thru
Washms;cz. I'ec. 20 The admin-

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as stabilizing elements in the banking
and financial world, passed the Sen- j
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a! tern
Forces that had fought together
for improvement and amendment of
j the measure to the last, divided when
the final vote was cast. Senator
Hitchcock, who had led the opposi opposition
tion opposition to the bill, returned to the dem
ocratic ranks, and Senator Weeks,
one of the leaders on the republican
side, with five other republicans, and
Senator Poindexter, progressive, vot voted
ed voted for the passage of the measure.
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proach Approach to Ideal.
Humanity Affected by Teaching of
Him Whose Birth Is Celebrated
Spirit of Helpfulness Prevails
Among Men.
ACH year brings the world
nearer to the ideal of the
Prince of Peace, the ideal
of universal brotherhood.
Wa.rs may occur from
time to time and nations
continue to arm them themselves,
selves, themselves, but steadily the
thought develops in the
minds of men throughout
the range of civilization that fight fighting
ing fighting is a wasteful, senseless, incon inconclusive
clusive inconclusive method of adjusting differ differences,
ences, differences, and that righteousness and
justice can be maintained by other
means.
Over nineteen hundred years have
passed since Christ was born, bring bringing
ing bringing the message of peace on earth
and good "will to men. Before his
time the world knew no such doc doctrine.
trine. doctrine. There was the law of might,
and might prevailed. There were
rights, but rights were dependent up upon
on upon the strength of arms and often suf suffered.
fered. suffered. The strong arm governed in
the affairs of men. The doctrine that
vnrist. preacnea was one ot enugnten
ment, an appeal to the reason, ad addressed
dressed addressed to the higher self of man.
That Christianity spread, so rapidly
after the first struggling start is
proof that men were eager for such
a teaching, and that they longed for
the opportunity to live their lives
placidly and honestly in a spirit of
brotherhood.
Those who are discouraged by the
occasional outbreaks of strife between
nations should take comfort in the
thought that there Is a steadily in increasing
creasing increasing sentiment for pacific adjust adjustments,
ments, adjustments, that the essential spirit of
Christianity is at work throughout
the world to bring men into more
reasonable relations, and that in the
international as well as the private
conditions of life the doctrines that
were first preached in Judea nineteen
hundred years ago are becoming
steadily more dominant.
Christmas day naturally causes a
reflection upon the state of humanity
as affected by the teachings of him
whose birth is celebrated. Men are
unquestionably kinder and more
thoughtful toward one another now
than ever before. There is more
cuaruy in tne onu, ana more jus-
1 :i a j.1 j j i
w, j upuS.uu 7
uiiug uuiuaiiiiy up iu a nigner level
There is more widespread education
as a result of this spirit of helpful helpfulness,
ness, helpfulness, and there is less suffering.
Men are devoting themselves and
their lives to the study of the needs
of the less fortunate and to the
amelioration of their condition. In
i all lands practical Christianity is
I working: to the end literallv of brine-
ing peace on earth and good wiU to
pn
The observances' of Christmas are!
mere tokens of the essential spirit of

the daTf wbjch is more than the merejso long as we are dealt with in this

twenty-four hours of this particular
calendar time, and extends through throughout
out throughout the year. No matter how elabor
ate or costly the gifts that are ex-
changed how beautiful and impres-
! sive the services in the churches,
how extensive the decorations, Christ Christmas
mas Christmas is no more sincerely commemo commemorated
rated commemorated than by him who on this day
pauses to remember what it means,
who pays tribute in his soul to the
glorious example of Christ's life and
j resolves to conduct his own as nearly
as possible in imitation of it. It is
the personal Christmas celebration j
that counts, the individual effort to
9nn1v tn PTPrV(lav nfe that which un-
derlies the occasion, that which began
at Pethlehern over nineteen centuries
ago.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Loase No. Hi. Conventions
held e very Monday at 7:20 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the Jain?s Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to via
I kins brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S.
Ad

WILL FREE THE WIRES

eminent will Reestablish Compe
tition in the Telegraph and Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone Service
1 Washing-con, Dec. 20. Attorney-
General McReynolds has made pub-
I5c details for the reorganization of
L1UU llJ iiiai. t-orpurauou
to dissolve
U!1r ami-irusi act, ana unaer
which competitive conditions will be
restored in the telephone service of
tn entire country and the combine
will dispense with its holdings in the
Western Union Telegraph Co.
The reorganization plan originat originated
ed originated with the company, although it
followed many reports that a suit
against it might be filed. It is re regarded
garded regarded by department of justice offi officials
cials officials as the most striking example
offered in a decade that "big busi business"
ness" business" has come to the conclusion
that it is better to conform to the
Sherman law than fight it.
President Approves Plan
The plan met, not only the ap approval
proval approval of the attorney general and
his "Chief Trust Buster" G. C. Tcdd,
and officials of the subsidiaries of
the combine, but was heartily ap approved
proved approved by President Wilson.
In a letter to Mr. McReynolds, the
president expressed his admiration
for the attitude in which the tele telephone
phone telephone company acted, and expressed
his conviction that such action meant
a building up of business on sound
and permanent lines.
Coming on the heels of the an announcement
nouncement announcement that Postmatser Gen General
eral General Burleson is seriously consider considering
ing considering government ownership of tele telephone
phone telephone or telegraph lines, this action
took on additional importance and
some of the officials believe it indi indicated
cated indicated that legislation to acquire the
country's telephone business would
not be pressed by the administration
at the present session.
In brief, the announcement pro provides
vides provides that:
The American Telephone and Tel Telegraph
egraph Telegraph Co. will dispose promptly of
its holdings in the Western Union
Telegraph Co., so that each company
will be under distinct management
and also entirely independent.
The company hereafter will not
acquire control of other telephone
companies and where control of the
telephone companies has been ac
quired but no actual physical union
nas been affected, the American Tel-
ephone and Telegraph Co. will sub submit
mit submit the course it is to pursue to the
Interstate Commerce Commission,
and to the department of justice.
The telephone company will make
arrangements by which all other tel telephone
ephone telephone companies in the United
States shall have access to its toll
lines.
Department officials declare that
the plan gives the government ev everything,
erything, everything, and more than it could
have hoped to have obtained in court.
Officials are particularly pleased with
the last part of the agreement, in
which the Bell company gives long
distance connections to all subscrib subscribers.
ers. subscribers. President Wilson's letter, written
to the attorney general yesterday,
was one of the most interesting docu documents
ments documents made public in connection
with the settlement. It reads:
How President Views It
"My Dear Mr. Attorney General:
"Thank you for letting me see the
letter from the American Telephone
and Telegraph Co. It is very grati
fying that the company should thus
volunteer to adjust its business to
competition.
"I gain the impression more and
more, from week to week, that the
business men of the country are sin sincerely
cerely sincerely desirous of complying with
the law and it is very gratifying in indeed,
deed, indeed, to have occasion, as in this in instance,
stance, instance, to deal with them in com complete
plete complete frankness, and to be able to
show them that all we desire is an
j opportunity to cooperate with them.
spirit. we can help to build up the
business of. the country upon sound
and permanent lines.
'"Cordially and sincerely yours,
'Wood row Wilson."
Otherwise About the Same.
The difference between tne man
who rocks the t cat and the man who
1rags the g:in through the fence 19
that it is not r.--"e-sary ro dres tor
the bf,iy o: rh? hitter.-- Loni.-viiia
Justifies Impatient Father.
Law Notes quotes the following from
the opinion of Justice Riddell of the
high court of justice. Ontario, in a
habeas corpus ease over the custody
of a child: "And even if he did not
wish his sleep to be broken by a cry-
;ing infant, it is understood that this is
! not without precedent in the tenderest
ana most conscientious or tamers.
, That Tired Feeling.
Johnny (very tired) Auntie, my
eyelids won't stay up any longer."

SEEKING REST III

THE llilY SOUTH
President Wilson will Leave Wash
ington for a Two Weeks
Vacation Tuesday
Washington, Dec. 20. President
Wilson expects to leave Washington
for the South about Tuesday. He
will be accompanied by his family
and hopes to spend two weeks in
quiet, away from business and pub public
lic public affairs. Pass Christian, MissT,
will be the probable' destination 'of
the President and his family.
MARIOX-DUXX MASONIC LODGE
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
Found That Hogs Could Jump.
A Geary county (Kan.) farmer built
a "hog-tight" fence around his feed
lot just before he received a big ship shipment
ment shipment of Arkansas "razorbacks." The
next morning the hogs were scattered
all over the county. It was found that
most of them could clear the fence
with a standing jump, although some
of them were compelled to make a
running jump of it But all of them
could jump it.
Safe at Least for a While.
Conductor We have missed the con connection,
nection, connection, and you will have to wait at
this station six hours. Old lady (who
is a little nervous on the railroad)
Well, I'm safe for six hours, anyway.
Try a Star Want Ad. It pays.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR SALE One E. M. F. 5-pas-senger
touring car in good condition.
Apply at Tydings Drug Store. 17-12t
FOR SALE S. C. White Leghorn
pullets. Sacrifice if sold at once. Ivy
Poultry Farm, Ocala, Fla. 12-17-tf
FOR SALE Mammoth Pekin
duck eggs; $2 for setting of twelve.
Apply 203 East Eighth St. 12-17-10t
FOR SALE CHEAP Thirty thou thousand
sand thousand good second-hand brick. Call
at our office and inspect them. J. F.
Jenkins & Co. 12-1 8-6t
RESIDENCE FOR RENT A seven-room
residence, all modern im improvements,
provements, improvements, close in; possession No November
vember November 4th. Apply to Geo. J. Blitch,
at Commercial Bank. 10-31-tf
FOR SALE -A 20-hp. 2-passen-ger
Hu:mobile; in good condition;
price $250 is sold at once; terms
cash. Apply to George F. Williams,
at Ocala House pool rooms. 12-8-12t
FOR RENT A six-room cottage
at 509 Tuscawilla street, across frora
the primary school building. Apply
to Dr. R. D. Fuller at his office ovei
Munroe & Chambliss Bank. 10-6-tf
FOR RENT Lower floor of Col Collier
lier Collier building; fireproof with cement
floor; also furnished rooms; all mod modern
ern modern conveniences. One block from
the square; rent reasonable. 11-4-tf
FOR SALE A 25-barrel still
complete with pump, vat, glue ket kettle,
tle, kettle, and steam pump complete. Also
five crops galvanized McCoy cups.
All for quick sale. For further in information
formation information apply to Sisal Hemp &
Development Co., St. James, Fla.
12-3-tf
RAGS WANTED The Star office
v.ill buy CLEAN COTTON rags for
use in cle'aning up presses and ma machinery.
chinery. machinery. 12-12-tf
FOR EXCHANGE We have ship shipment
ment shipment of Pearline and Premium
Washing Powders, Ball Potash, Pearl
Soap and Every Woman's Soap that
we will sell at cost or exchange for
country corn or hay. The John
Dozier Co. 12-13-6t
FOR RENT OR SALE Two mod modern,
ern, modern, five-room bungalows, attractive attractively
ly attractively built and fitted with all modern
conveniences. Apply to Dr. Chace,
Holder block, or D. S. Welsh, Ocala
Lumber & Supply Co. 12-19-lm
LOST PACKAGE A parcel from
Belleview. Fla., addressed to Mrs. I.
I Strong, 115 N. Sanchez street, was
lost by parcel post carrier. It found,
return to postoffice and get reward.
F. J. Huber, P. M. 1-20-tf
LOST A very dark blue bird dog
with real small white spots or specks,
and answers to name of Napp. Last
seen with chain around neck. Suita Suitable
ble Suitable reward for return to C. A. Fort
at Theus-Zachry Co. 12-20-tt



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For $9
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Watches
For Gentlemen
all sizes and makes.
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Mooo, Elk. Masonic,
W. O. W., Eastern Star,
K. of P., Odd Ftllows,
Ladies' and Children's
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Gold, Diamond, l'earl.
Crescent, Etc.
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Gold Stick Pins.
Tie Clasps,
Vest and Coat Chains.
Lockets,
Xecklaces,
Pearl Bead Necklaces.
Gold and Silver Thimbles,
Slipper Buckles,
Gold Pocket Knives,
Silver Pocket Knives,
Hand Painted China,
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Jewel Cases with lock and key,
Fobs,
Crosses,
Rosaries,
Hat Pins.
Cut and Engraved Glass, the
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In Cameo, Pearls and Dia Diamonds.
monds. Diamonds. The very best selec selection
tion selection in Ocala.
FOUNTAIN PENS
Boston Safety cannot leak,
onklin's Self-Filler, does not
leak.
Waterman's Ideal.
SILVER WARE
Rogers "1847."
Community.
American Silver Co.
Comb, Brush and Mirrow Sets.
Carving Sets.
Leather Hand Bags.
Match Boxes.
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By CHARLES EDMONDS WALK
Author of "The Silver Blade,"
"The Paternoster Ruby," etc
.V.
(Copyright 1912 by A. C McClurr Co.)
CHAPTER VI.
500 Reward.
When Rudolph Van Vechten rallied
from the staggering blow of the brutal
scarehead, he contrived by a mighty
effort to focus his attention upon the
sensational news story that lay below, ;
and which shrieked as loud as a lav- ;
ish use of black ink and red ink and I
double leads could make it. There j
were smaller headlines but visible j
enough, heaven knows which bore i
his uncles's name and his own, and j
most inconspicuously of all doubtless
as being the least important factor j
Mrs. Devereaux's.
In the first place, it 'was made un-
mistakable that everybody who knew j
or should have known where Paige
Carew was, either would not tell, or j
else they did not know, and it was j
demonstrated how this reticence was
conclusive evidence mai sue nau en-
countered some untoward fate. Every
I rnihlP rhamre was rune unon the pv- I
rossible change was rung upon the ex
cited query in the hectic headline:
"Where is Paiee Carew'"
i, J I V Vr J! J
Rudolph Van Vechten, prominent I

5;Hnhman and wril-known nHPtv fa-

vorite, the missing girl's fiance, had i
been signally evasive in his replies.
The interview with him was quoted in
allusive comments made
it appear as if he were at the time dis-
tressed to the veree of insanitv.
A recent celebrated abduction case

was summarized, and certain similari- accomplish some definite result, bearing her talk, perhaps a bit mourn mourn-ties
ties mourn-ties between it and Miss Carew's Then I shall act promptly. Draw ou fuliy of growing old. the child was
:t i mp fnr npppss-arv funds: but don't fail .. j 1 n.

the deliberate intention of course be-
ing to insinuate that the girl had met
with a like outrage.
In short, so adroitly was the whole
thing worded that the Sphere in no
way committed itself; and however
Miss Carew might reappear, and what whatever
ever whatever the subsequent explanation, it
would he good tor another "front
page
story, and the Sphere would
have nothing to retract.
Van Vechten, white with rage,
gnashed his teeth. Glancing up to
ascertain whether he was the target
of too many curious eyes, and discov discovering
ering discovering that he and" Tom were once more
alone, he gave vent to a hushed but
heated expression of his feelings.
"That," gritted he, mutilating the
sheet with a vicious jab of his list, "is
damnable. If that meddling little re-
porter were here I'd thrash him within j
an inch of his life. Lord, won't Uncle j
I nPfiflnrP 7fl ITlfi TPaT ills liair
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when he sees it? Believe me, old chap, j
! V. '11
be something doing now.
AlpTanner' Where did that i
Aiexanuer. wnere ma j

. i ooy go;
Si.. i

t i mi i
a pvandpr was nnnn inp. sp.ene ai-
most as if by magic, his mien one of
childlike innocence.
Van Vechten instructed:
"Telephone the Kenmore garage and
have Ramley fetch my touring car
here immediately the largest one."
j Ensconced in one of the club s
j booths, Alexander soon got the gar gar-'X
'X gar-'X age and next Ramley, whom he thus
addressed:
"Say, you Ramley hick, your boss
wants his biggest buzz-wagon at the
Powhatan, C. Q. D. J'get it? .
W'at's that? . Who? Me? Well.
I'd rather be a fresh kid than a pickled
mutt. Beat it, j-ouse, and don't get
pinched on the way, else youse'll be
chasin' annuder job."
Whereupon he forestalled further re repartee
partee repartee by speedily hanging up and re resuming
suming resuming his occupation of lurking, un unobserved
observed unobserved but strictly vigilant, in the
offing.
That Ramley not only got the im import
port import of Alexander's message, but ap appreciated
preciated appreciated its urgency as well, was
proved by his prompt appearance.
"This beats hunting taxis every
minute or so," Van Vechten explained
to Tom, "and Ramley might as well be
earning his wages. I'll just keep him
at hand for emergencies."
"Let Ramley go; I'd rather run the
machine than listen to you talk, any anyhow,"
how," anyhow," returned Tom, .candidly. "A
fellow might have a chance tc think
The offer was considered seriously,
and, to Tom's satisfaction, favorably.
"Perhaps," Van Vechten returned, j
, "it might be as well not to have too
many witnesses in case anything very
private occurs; even the best of ser servants
vants servants including Barnicle, of course
can be made to talk, if cleverly
manipulated."
Alexander went to fetch Tom's mo motoring
toring motoring gear from the cloakroom locker,
and Ramley was dismissed.
Under Tom's expert guidance the
huge machine glided silently over to
Fourth avenue, across Union square
to Broadway, and down that busy
channel, as if it were held within the
speed limits only with the utmost diffi difficulty.
culty. difficulty. Arrived at the New street of offices,
fices, offices, Tom remained with the motor
while Van Vechten hastened to his
uncle.
The Man of Iron, it was quickly
learned, had already seen the Sphere's
article. And something was already
doing, too. Outwardly entirely uo uo-moved,
moved, uo-moved, ironlike, inflexible, showing
nothing of the annoyance that stirred
beneath his adamantine crust, he had
pulled this wire and that one, with the
result that the Sphere's entire local
staff, from the city editor on down
to the newest cub. were solicitously

speculating upon trie cnances or land-

ing new jobs in the extremely likely
event that their present ones would
terminate next pay-day. A striking
tribute, this to the Man of Iron's far far-reaching
reaching far-reaching power; for in all the wide
world no other authority could so have
shaken the apparently impregnable
strength of this great journal.
Moreover Uncle Theodore had al-
ready very explicitly cabled his prin-
cipal Paris a-nd London representa-
tives, wno naa means or gathering in-
telligence beyond the scope either of
,
"Send Me Typewritten Bulletins Con
taining All Facts, but Pared to the
tscne. inow oei uui.
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ponce or news Dureaus. aii oi vnica
he succinctly and unemotionally laid
before h5s nephew.
"I ,n hezinnine to fear he terse-1
1 aE1 Beginning to iear, ne terse-,
Ur conciuaea, mat sometnmg very
serious has happened to Paige and
J; wtat- 1 c311'1 imagine. But no
mere can be done than we are doing,
I am a busy man; I can not afford to
. . j. r J
1 nave my pians, upbta or inienerea
!:with; I must delegate this matter to
until active interference by me
to keep an accurate account of every
cenc spent ooiu eaci amount uuu
specific purpose lor wmcn expended.
Rudolph drew a long face. "How can
you expect me to do that?" protested ;
he, "when, where my own expendi-t
tures are concerned, I am uaaWe even ;
to arrive at an estimate?"
"Then," dryly, "you need not draw
on me at alj; for once you may direct
; your money to some uselul and pront-
1 able end. But 1 must be kept fully in-
forined of every step of progress made,
i Send, me typewritten bulletins con-;
! taining all facts, but pared to the
bone. Now get out"
nut if ti, Vor, T't inoi tv,t
he had succeeded in muzzling the
' , .
press for once in his life, at least, he
, uidineoriuy oi an error ui juuS-
! ment. The story was become public
property, and the early afternoon edi-
tions. instead of observing restraint,
tw "tcucu ill uicn dill piiiiLanuu j t.
. . .......
"s sensational possibilities, uuaoipn,
durine the ride back to the club,
winced more than once when some
,.,
fiHYVKfifiv s s n ri 1 1 v snmiTPn nu'n 1 1 mv-
J J a
fianltpH Vr?a hoarincr
-o-
"Where is Paige Carew?" Tom
asked himself under his breath, j
"What's the answer? They'll be pull- j
in? rp p"Q frnm that nn tho rnnf car- I
dens tonight. It's the catchword al already.
ready. already. Poor old Ruddy!"
They stopped at a telegraph office,
where Van Vechten filed a cablegram
to Paige's last known Paris address.
When he returned to the car "Let us
hurry back to the club," said he. "I
mean to phone Flint, and He
paused and looked questioningly up at
Tom. '"I suppose you wouldn't mind
taking us over to Rocky Cove?" he
asked.
Tom instantly brightened all over,

1 1 i. ... 1 1 n 1
"Why, I'd be a er a sort of
what you call 'em? accomplice. Dash
! it all! I'd jolly well like to go,
though."
The decisive way in which Van
Vechten climbed into the tonneau indi indicated
cated indicated that this half-hearted protest
was accepted for joyous acquiescence.
"Let's find Flint," he said. "Speed
up."
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easier saia man uone, nowever, iui i
on their arrival at the Powhatan the
most diligent use of the telephone
failed to elicit the slightest trace of
the detective's whereabouts.
Rudolph and Tom were in the act of
leaving the club to enter the automo automo-bife,
bife, automo-bife, when a messenger boy entered,
under Alexander's cautious guidance,
and handed to Van Vechten a cable cablegram.
gram. cablegram. Before tearing open the cover,
he was a bit puzzled to observe that it
was addressed both to his uncle and
himself; which meant that a duplicate
would be delivered to the Man of
Iron, if, indeed, he had not already
received one.
The message was dated at London,
and this is what Van Vechten read:
"Two ladies answering description
Mrs. D. and Miss C. two weeks in
Withypool Somerset July. Two la ladies
dies ladies same description booked pass passage
age passage on America August S as Mrs. and
Miss Schuyler New York. Have post posted
ed posted reward five hundred pounds.
"FOTHERIXGILL."
(Continued Monday)
Whenever You Need a General Tonic
Take Grove's
The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
chill Tonic is equally valuable as a
General Tonic because it contains the
veil known tonic propertiesof QUININE
imA IRON. It sets on the Liver, Drives
jut Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
.il-li up ilie VTiioie System. C cents.

appaiemij out uev ex ims ue j xew Life Pills and you will soon get
posed an objection. j rid of constipation, headache and
"Wouldn't look right, Ruddy. Can't, other troubles. 25c at druggists or
you see?" j bv mail. H. E. Bucklen & Co., Phila-
"No, I can't" bluntly. Idelphia, cr St. Louis. id

COMMITTEES OF THE

CITY" COUNCIL
Judiciary Livingston, Taylor and
Helvenston.
Finance Carmichael, Helvenston
and Weathers.
Light and Water-
-Taylor, Weihe
and Weathers.
Street Weathers,
Eennett
Weih and
pj
Carn.
Weihe, Helvenstoa and j
1 Police Weihe and Bennett.
! Market Livingston, Hunter
and
I Carn.
Building Bennett, Carmichael
and Taylor.
Cemetery Cart, Weihe and Liv-
! mgston.
Sanitary Carn, Taylor and Car Carmichael.
michael. Carmichael. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
CITY OF OCALA
Mayor J. D. Robertson.
Recorder L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Kecorfr Joseph Bell
Council J. H. Taylor, president
pro tern; E. C. Bennett, Baxter Carn,
C. W. Huntei, E. T. Helvenston, G.
A. Carmichael, F. (I. B. Weihe, C. M.
Livingston.
City Attorney C. L. Sistrunk.
City Clerk II. C. Sistrunk.
Treasurer and Tax Collector W.
V. Clyatt.
ouptiiuituueiu wgui nam j. j
Caldwell.
superintendent water
Works- I
A. Campbell.
Marshal A. J. Bngance.
Fire Chief H. S. Chambers.
cqnitarv Tnpppfnr a W
Oleve-
land
Street
Commissioner R obert
Marsh
City Engineer J. R. Moorhead.
Ash Heap for Grandma.
A certain little fellow loves hla
CTandmother dearly. The other dav.
ed his fcabv arm3 about th6 beloved
aeck -when you do get old will mam-
ma throw you out ca the ash heap,
Uke slie does a!, nur old tiliriJr5v..
CATARRH CAXXOT HE CURED
with LOCAL, APPLICATIONS, as
ifliov r.innnt rnnr-Vi t1i pnt nf the
;di? Catarrh is a blood or con-
gtitutional disease, and in order to
;cdies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
cure it you must take internal rem-
internally and acts direptly upon the
blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's
Catarrh Remely is not a quack
j medicine. It was prescribed by one
of the best physicians in this country
.f?r years and is a regular prescrip- j
tion. It is composed of the best ton- j
,cs known? combined with the best
blood purifiers acting directly on
tVio
combination of the two ingredients
is what produces such wonderful re-
ou-ilo 1 1 i. i jui s- .auuiii. kjiivj. iwj ice
- ti t -l i o r- I
i imoniais, uee. r. j. aeue o.,
proprietors, lo'eao. unio. boia Dy
all druggists, price 7oc. Take Hall's
.Fam lv Pills for const nation. Ad.
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OPEN DAY AND 51GIIT
. Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.
Oysters and sea food specialties of
all kinds. Also a la carte service at
Keating's.
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CONSTIPATION POISONS YOU
If you are constipated, your en entire
tire entire system is poisoned by the waste
matter kept in the body. serious
results often follow. Use Dr. King's
An elegant line of all kinds of cut
glass at Tydings & Co. ll-14-tf
Thermos Bottles at all prices at
Gerig's Drug Store. 12-15 tf
STOMACH TROUBLES
Mr. RcLgland Writes Interesting
Letter on This Subject.
Madison Heights, Va. Mr. Chas. A.
Ragland, of this place, writes: "I have
been taking Thedford's Black-Draught
for indigestion, and other stomach troub troubles,
les, troubles, also colds, and find it to be the very
best medicine I have ever used.
After taking Black-Draught for a few
days, I always feel like a new man."
Nervousness, nausea, heartburn, pain
in pit of stomach, and a feeling of full fullness
ness fullness after eating, are sure symptoms of
stomach trouble, and should be given the
proper treatment, as your strength and
health depend very largely upon your
food and its digestion.
To get quick and permanent relief
from these ailments, you should take
a medicine of known curative merit.
Its 75 years of splendid success, in ths
treatment of just such troubles, proves
the real merit of Thedford's Black Black-Draught.
Draught. Black-Draught. Safe, pleasant, gentle in action,
and without bad after-effects, it is sure
to benefit both young and old. For sale
cv;ry-.v:.er2. Price 25c. N. c izl.

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Prof. Prescott, of the Univers University
ity University of Michigan, explains why
Royal Baking Powder adds
healthful qualities to the food.
Testifying before the Pure Food Com Committee
mittee Committee of Congress, the Professor stated
that fruit acids were excellent articles
of food and that of these cream of tar tartar,
tar, tartar, the acid of grapes, held rank with
the highest both in itself and its effect
in the process of leavening and baking.
He regarded the results from cream
of tartar baking powder as favor favorable
able favorable to health. Scientists and hygien hygien-ists
ists hygien-ists are in accord with this opinion.
Royal is the only Baking
Powder made from Royal
Grape Cream of Tartar.

OP.AXGES EOR CHRISTMAS
I am now booking orders for my
I'sual "Presentation Pack," com composed
posed composed of pineapple oranges, grape grapefruit
fruit grapefruit and tangerines. Price, 32.50
per bcyc, straight. Oranges, (pine (pineapple)
apple) (pineapple) 2.25 per box, f. o. b. Au Au-burndale.
burndale. Au-burndale. Samples at the Ocala
Steam Laundry. E. M. Hor-ard,
phone 101. 12-11-tf
COXCORDJA LODGE F. J. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge's Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
CROUP AND COUGH REMEDY
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
Discovery is, we have no fear. We
rely on it for croup, coughs and
colds." So can you. 50 cents and
$1 a boitle. A bottle should be in
every home. At all druggists. H.
E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia and
St. Louis. Ad
We have just received a large line j
of elegant Photo Albums, Scrap!
Books, Baby Books, and Auto Trip j
Books which are beauties. Look j
them over at The Court Phar-f
macy. 12-9.
SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE
Southbound
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 p. ni.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a.
m.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.
Xo. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 a. m.; arrirs Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
Xo. 9 limited leaves Jacksonville
ll:?D a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p.
m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
Northbound
Xo. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 local leaves Tampa 8:45 a.
m.; arrives Ocala 12:50 p. m.; ar arrives
rives arrives Jacksonville 5:4 0 p. m.
Xo. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p.
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.
DR. HOBSON'S OINTMENT
The constant itching, burning sen-
SdLlUii d 11 Li UL11CI Uioagi cuaui aw uo
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 sinr the civil war. have been
treated by many5 doctors, none have :
jiven 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 o- St.
Louis. Ad

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OPEX ALIi NIGHT
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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
A M. BOBBITT
NEW AND SECOND HANI)
Furniture
Bought and Sold.
Farm Tools, Casoline Engines, Wag Wagons,
ons, Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Beds and
Bedding, Stoves, Tinware, Queens Queens-tfrare.
tfrare. Queens-tfrare. Crockery, Etc.
Phone 4S1
310 S. Main Street, Ocala, F!a.
Metropolitan
Company,
Bankers,
Give some reasons why an account
opened with that institution will
prove profitable:
IT WILL
Establish your credit;
Encourage the saving habit;
Give feeling of independence;
Assure absolute safety
Hive guarantee against financial an annoyance;
noyance; annoyance; Put you in position to take advan advantage
tage advantage of business opportunities.
The Metropolitan Co.-
HANKERS,
OCVLA, FLORIDA
Wow is the Time
To have your home brightened up.
Interior Decorating including Kalso Kalso-mining,
mining, 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.
S Call PhOIIC 285
Isaac Simmons
Ocala. Florida
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates Made on All Con Contract
tract Contract Work. Gives more and bettsr
work for the money than any other
on tractor in the city.



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You had a fine Thanksgiving Dinner, that you will
have even a better Christmas Dinner and that your
New Year s Dinner will be a dream.
And here's hoping something more than that, and
that is that you will have the appeetite to go with the
dinner.
We can't furnish the appetite, but we are prepared
to furnish the GOOD THINGS TO EAT for that
Christmas and New Year's Dinner.

Make Up Your List Now and Send it In.
Malaga Raisins, Royal Scarlet Seeded Raisins and Currants, Drome Dromedary
dary Dromedary Dates, Stuffed Dates and Figs, Crystallized Cherries and Pineapple,
Mince Meat, Cranberries, Cranberry Sauce, Currant Jelly, Sweet, Pickled
and Brandied Peaches, French Maroons, Melba Sauce, G. B. R. Fresh Fruit
Salad, Maraschine Cherries, Mint Cherries, Mint Sauce, Pickled Walnuts,
Queen Olives, Bulk Olives, Ripe Olives, Celery, Pimiento and Almond Stuffed
Olives, Walnuts, Almonds, Pecans, Brazil Nuts, Chestnuts, Shelled Almonds,
Mushrooms, French Peas, Sweet Midget Gherkins, Pineapple and Edam
Cheese, Fresh Horseradish, Evaporated Horseradish, and a hundred and one
other items too .numerous to mention.

(01 EL TeapdDll tory

After Sixteen years of service to the people of
Ocala and this section of the state, under its present
ownership
"The Laemdry fflhialt Makes Ocala
Famoiis"
leaves it to the thousands of patrons whether or not
it has Made Good on the job.
This laundry is better equipped in men, machin machinery
ery machinery and experience than ever before to give the pub public
lic public good service.
We thank our patrons for their business and good
will in the past and trust we will merit a continuation
through the years to come.
With best wishes for a Merry Christmas and a
Happy, Prosperous New Year.

(tola Sttom Lattunimdhry

E. M. HOWARD, Proprietor
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In the purchase of a Gift at the Christmas Season for a member of the family or a friend, one considers three things the appropriateness of the article, its merit
and its cost; we can satisfy vou on each of these three important points. Our Motto; Why Pay More has been well advertised in this .part of the btate,
and every one who has ever traded with us, knows that they pay less for the same article if it is bought from us, no matter what it is.
We have the largest Stock in this part of the State in the lines that we specialize, namely:

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of all sizes and grades, from the cheapest to the best made. Nothing makes a better Christmas Present than one of these, and my prices are far below all com

petitors.

SHOT GUNS

Single, Double, Hammer and Hemmerless, Pump and Automatic Rifles of all kinds and calibers. Revolvers of all kinds, both newand second hand, and Ammu Ammunition
nition Ammunition for all fire arms. I have by far the best stock in the country, and the prices are the very lowest possible. The men and boys would certamlyppreciate a

present from among these.

JEWELRY

My stock of Diamahds, Watches, Pins. Rings, Chains, etc., is well worth looking over. The goods are guaranteed as represented, and the prices 4tWhy Pay More"
My stock of Cut Glass also is attractive and the prices down low.
All kinds of Fishing Tackle. Leggings and Hunting Clothes. Workmen's Tools of all descriptions. Large Line of Clothing far" Men and Bys-Overcoats, Shoes
Hats. Keep in mind that I have a great stock of Unredeemed Pledges that I will sell you at exceedingly Low Prices. Then if you are a Little Pressed for Ready
Money come to me, I will make you Liberal Loans on all Articles of Personal Property of Value.

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"At Christmas, play and make good cheer;
For Christmas comes but once a year."

While you make merry we wish for you that pleasure
which comes with a consciousness of the year spent in worthy
endeavor.

We hope, has in store for you a full measure of peace
and plenty.

HIE WMM

Mi CIMfflK
OCALA, FLORIDA

T. T. Munroe,
President

Z. C. Chambliss, J, M. Thomas,
Vice Presidents

A. E. Gerig
Cashier

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JAS. C. BOOZER, President.

GEO. J. BLITCH, Cashier.

B. C. WEBB, Vice President

TDne Commimeipoall Baumk fl dDeailla
Capital and Surplus Over $90,000
Resources Over Half A Million

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We Want Your Business; and we Offer you the Banking Facilities, the Strength,
Integrity and Financial Advice of one of the Strongest and
Most Conservative Banks in the State

THE HOLIDAYS ARE WITH US
CHRISTMAS THE DAY OF GOOD CHEER
Will be here in a few days and we take this occasion to wish our patrons and every one
"A MERRY CHRISTMAS"
We wish to thank our hundreds of patrons all through this county and section of the state for their liberal patronage, their growing business
and their trust in this bank. The success of our patrons is our success, our interests are mutual and we must work together, each for the other's
good. This bank is ready at all times to assist the worthy with its money and advice and its officers will be glad to have you come in at any
time and talk over your business matters with them.
Our Savings Department offers a good chance for you to make one or more of your family a substantial Christmas Present by opening
an account for them here. One dollar or more will open a savings account and give you a pass book. If your savings are deposited and the
interest added quarterly.it will soon grow to a sum that will surprise you.

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