The Ocala evening star

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

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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VOL. 21.
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1914
NO. 25

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WORK ID PRAY
BY THE WATCH

Noises of Time Whistles, Alarm
Bells and Church Bells are
Dangerous Nuisances
Jacksonville, Jan. 29. Dr. J. Y.
Porter of the State Board of Health,!
says:
Americans stand for a good many
unnecessary nuisances. And one of
them is noise. They become accus accustomed
tomed accustomed to it, and fail to realize that
a good deal of it is entirely needless,
and also that, unconsciously to them,
it works a big wear and tear on their,
nervous forces.
The increasing complications of
modern living, especially in the larg larger
er larger cities, is productive of confusion
as well as of noise. It has its in influence
fluence influence more or less certainly trace-
able on the robust individual and de decidedly
cidedly decidedly definite on the ; nervous and
the invalid. It might be difficult to
determine in dollars and cents the
cost of this damage to the pubUc
health, but doctors, some of them,
are very plain in their assertions
that such injury has actual exist existence.
ence. existence. 'It Is the undisputed prerogative of
every American, from his earliest
boyhood to his declining years, to(
make just as much noise as he pleas pleases,
es, pleases, when and where he chooses, re regardless
gardless regardless or wholly thoughtless ot
how it may or may not please his
neighbors. If he lowers the pitch of
his voice, if he cuts off the piano at
midnight or fails to cut off the muf muffler
fler muffler of his auto, he wishes it distinct distinctly
ly distinctly understood that it is a personal
favor and not in any degree because
he is obliged to. Yet when signs of
desperate illness call for silence, no
man on earth is more chivalrously
sympathetic than this same Ameri American,
can, American, be he humble or mighty.
What are some of the noises the
. needless noises of our municipal life,
that we might do without to the last lasting
ing lasting benefit and without serious in-
convenience?
One of Jacksonville's public insti institutions
tutions institutions and every city has one or a
dozen like it is "Big Jim." This
is the pet name for the great brazen brazen-throated
throated brazen-throated steam whistle at the city's
waterworks, which is sounded four
times every week day to announce
the beginning and ending of working
hours, at 7, 12, 1 and 5 o'clock.
Whenever an alarm is sent in to the
fire department, day or night, this
great deluge of noise is poured forth
on an innocent public. On a quiet
day the sound may be heard from
three to five miles away.
Quite recently the serious illness
of. an honored citzen, whose home
was within a few hundred feet of the
big whistle, silenced it for a week or
more. In that time It was discover discover-by
by discover-by hundreds and thousands of citi citizens
zens citizens that they were able to put in a
full day's work, to get their meals
on time and to enjoy the usual quota
of sleep, just the same as if this
great disturber had been bellowing
an aggregate of seven to eight, min minutes
utes minutes every day. The fires that oc occur
cur occur in the city were distinguished as

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promptly and effectively as if Big
Jim had been sounded. In short,
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mitted that this mighty noise was J
needless and a nuisance. But Bigj
Jim had been telling the people j
when to go to work ani when to
quit work, when (but not where)
the fire3 were for so many years that j
some have come to regard it as actu actually
ally actually of some real value to them w but
It isn't Indispensable. In fact it is
a relic of the village stage of Jack Jacksonville's
sonville's Jacksonville's development.
There are some other Florida cit cities
ies cities that are hampered by the same
kinds of nuisances.
There is another useless noise.
Every city and nearly every hamlet
in the state and in the land has rt.
The etatement is made with rever- j
ence and due regard for long cher-j
isheJ and time-honored traditions j
and prejudices, but church bells are,j
unnecessary, wholly unnecessary.!
People -don't depend upon bells to
call them to the "movies," to the j
theater, to any place of amusement, j
or entertainments or business, not i
even to catch railroad trains, which j
are expected to move at specified mo-j
ments. They don't need bells to call;
them to church they only think)
they do. They go b: the home clock
or, dad's watch, and the bell is mere.
ly incidental. Comparatively few few-city
city few-city churches in thees "days are pro provided
vided provided with bells. Why should any
churches have them?
RIDDLE WILL MANAGE
EAST COAST RAILWAY
General Superintendent of Florida
Division of Coast Line Received
a Merited Promotion
St. Augustine, Jan. 29. The Re
cord of this city says:
It has been currently reported for
the "past three or four days that an
important appointment nas been
made on the staff of officials of the
Florida East Coast Railway. While
official confirmation is lacking, it is
more or less widely known that Mor Morton
ton Morton Riddle, general superintendent
of -the third division of the Atlantic
Coast Line, with offices in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, is to become general manager
of the Flagler System, reporting to
Vice President J. P. Beckwith, the
appointment to become effective on
Sunday next, February 1st.
General Superintendent J. H. Nel Nelson,
son, Nelson, it 'is also learned, is to be super superintendent
intendent superintendent of transportation of the
entire system. This appointment
also is to become effective Sunday.
Mr. Riddle will make St. Augus Augustine
tine Augustine his headquarters, occupying a
suite of offices in the general office
building. He will also take up his
residence here, and he and his fam family
ily family will be very cordially welcomed
fto the Ancient City.
Mr. Riddle is a native of Virginia,
having been born at Petersburg in
1860. He entered the service of the
Atlantic Coast Line in 1891, remain remain-ins
ins remain-ins with that company until the
' present time. He was first road
I master, then superintendent of the
Richmond .district, and from June,
' 1904 ,to January, 1905, was assist
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CITIZENS OF OCALA AND MARION COUNTY
WHAT IS A BOARD OF TRADE ?
WHAT DOES A BOARD OF TRADE STAND
FOR ?
WHO IS THE BOARD OF TRADE ?
We the three banks of Ocala, representing the financial interests
of our city and county are backing the Marion County Board of
Trade. We'stand for its principle and endrrse its work and en endeavor.
deavor. endeavor. Business Man ? Citizen? Farmer?
Are you a member? Why not? Are you not willing to cooperate
with us in this work of upbuilding and developing our county?
Enough said- JOIN.
T. T. Munroe,
President Munroe & Chanibliss Bank.
Geo. J. Blitch.
President Commercial Hank.

Attend the
meeting
ant chief engineer at Savannah. Then
ht-became general superintendent ot
the second division at Savannah, and
afterwards was transferred to the
Jacksonville division.
He is rated among the best and
most efficient railroad men in the
South, and his connection with the
Florida East Coast is therefore all
the more important.
FEARFUL CRIME
IN WEST FLORIDA
Holmes County Woman Murdered by
Her Husband and Two Females
of III Fame
Bonifay, Jan. 29. Yesterday
Sheriff J. Z. Mayo received a phone
message that Frank Chancey's wife
was found dead near their home and
requested that a coroner's inquest be
held immediately. Judge Tew and
Sheriff Mayo went to Chancey's
house and empaneled a jury.
Upon Investigation the evidence
went to show, it is said, that Chan Chan-cey,
cey, Chan-cey, with the help of two women of
ill repute, had killed Mrs. Chancey
some time during the night and
dragged her through the fields to
near the roadside, where passers-by
saw her yesterday morning.
Chancey and his wife came to this
county about twelve years ago from
Alabariia. They never had any chil children
dren children but got along well until recent
years.
V llUiiVV, 14. JUL. JLX V 1 V XX Ui I.
locked up the county jail. Chancey
has a good farm ani is reported to
have money.
The killing happened about eight
miles north of Bonifay. The people
in that community are much in incensed.
censed. incensed. ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every ,mcnth at
1:30 p. m. C. E. Simmons, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.

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Jno. L. Edwards,
President Ocala National Bank,
this evening.

TEIITORf FREED
CATTLE TICK
Over 17,000 Additional Square Miles
in Eight Southern States to be
Released from Quarantine Feb. 16.
Tennessee Entirely Free.
Washington, Jan. 29. The terri territory
tory territory in the South freed from cattle
ticks and released from quarantine
has been increased by 17,106 square
miles by an order issued by the act acting
ing acting secretary of agriculture, effective
February 16, 1914, releasing ad
ditional portions of Virginia, North
Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Ala Alabama,
bama, Alabama, Mississippi, Oklahoma and
Texas. This action has been taken
as a result of further progress made
in the extermination of the ticks
which spread splenetic or Texas
fever of cattle. The total area re released
leased released since the beginning of the
work in 1906 now aggregates 215, 215,-90S
90S 215,-90S square miles and amounts to
about 30 per cent, of the territory in infected
fected infected at the time the work was un undertaken.
dertaken. undertaken. Tennessee is the first of the states
extensively infested by ticks to be
entirely freed from this pest and.-e-leased
from quarantine. In 190 6
about one-half of this state was
under quarantine. The order, just
L-wiiQf1 rolcocoz a rntf' inn rt Atari oti
county, which was the last remain- j
; ing part of the state to be cleaned
I up and released. The suceess of the j
! work in Tennessee has been achieved j
j thru hearty cooperation by state and,

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county ozhcers and cattle owners j nouncei at the treasury department
with the federal authorities. Seve-' that thirty-four of Florida's fifty-one
ral other states have also made rapid national banks have applied f6r
progress in getting rid of the ticks ; membership in the new federal re re-and
and re-and now have large free acreas. serve system. Tbe application of the
The portions of the several states Bamett National Bank of Jackson Jackson-to
to Jackson-to be released from quarantine on ville was received yesterday.

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February 16, under the order men mentioned,
tioned, mentioned, are as follows:
In Virginia: The county of Sus-

; sex and the balance of the county of
Greenville.
In North Carolina: The counties
of Moore, Hoke, Scotland, Robeson
and New Hanover.
In Georgia: The counties of Mor Morgan
gan Morgan and Franklin. ;
In Tennessee: The remainder of
the county of Marion.
In Alabama: Portions of the
counties of Jackson and Sumter.
In Mississippi: The counties ot
Clay, Jasper, Smith Scott and Lef Leflore,
lore, Leflore, the remainder of the counties
of Lowndes, Holmes, Madison, At Attala,
tala, Attala, Rankin, Noxubee, Chickasaw,
and portion of the counties of Clai-
borne, Warren, Yazoo, Sharkey, Bol Bol-:
: Bol-: ivar, Newton, Grenada, Leake, Mon Mon-:
: Mon-: roe, Jones and Lafayette
j In Oklahoma: The county of Cot-
ton, and the remainder of the coun-
ties of Tilnian, Grady, Craig and Ot-
i tawa, and portions of McClain, Os Os-!
! Os-! age and Delaware.
In Texas: The remainder of the
counties of Foard, Knox, Haskell
and Mitchell, an dportions of the
counties of Throckmorton and Wil Wilbarger.
barger. Wilbarger. The order also provides for a
feeding station for non-infected cat cattle
tle cattle at the stockyards of the Fort
Worth & Denver Railway at Wichita,
Falls' Texas, in addition to the feed feeding
ing feeding stations already authorized at
other pints in the quarantine area.
" Copies of ther formal order issued
by the acting secretary of agricul agriculture,
ture, agriculture, which also defines the territory
remaining in the quarantine, may be
obtained upon application to the
chief of the bureau of animal indus industry,
try, industry, department of agriculture,
Washington, D. C.; for B. A. I.
order 207.
BROADCAST PROTEST
AGAII1ST HOBSQH BILL
Liquor Dealers of Kentucky Open
Fight Against National
Prohibition Law
Louisville, Ky., Jan. 29.- Assert Asserting
ing Asserting that the passage of a national
prohibition measure by Congress
would destroy property worth two
thousand millions, would throw idle
three million people and would
prive the government of two hun hundred
dred hundred and fifty million dollars annual
revenue, the liquor interests of Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky today sent broadcast a letter
of protest against the Hobson bill
now pending in Congress.
The letters carry a blank for sign signing
ing signing a remonstrance to be sent to
Washington.
GETTINu IATO THE GAME
Florida National Banks Flocking to
the Federal Reserve System
Washington, Jan. 29. It is an-

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Comes an Aviator to Take Flying
Lessons in St. Petersburg's Air
and Water Craft
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St. Petersburg, Jan. 29. The In In-depenedent
depenedent In-depenedent says: v
Two pupils who.will learn to fly in
the Benoist airboats arrived here
this nforning. One of them, Hein Hein-rich
rich Hein-rich Evers, came all the way from
his home in Germany to St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg to enter the aviation school
here and made his appearance in St.
Petersburg in a novel way. He is a
licensed pilot of aeroplanes in Ger Germany,
many, Germany, being a member of the avi avi-ayon
ayon avi-ayon corps of the German army, and
he landed in St. Petersburg by the
way of the all-air route across Tam
pa bay.
Three Passengers on One Trip
Evers and Arthur L. Johnson were
carried from Tampa by Tony Jannus
In the regular Benoist alrboat which
has been 'running between this city
and Tampa, this being the first time
that three persons have ridden in the
little boat. Mr. Johnson was the
passenger to Tampa on the regular
run this morning. When they were
ready to start back to St. Petersburg
they were approached by Evers who
told Jannus that he wanted to come
to St. Petersburg to enter the alia-'
tion school. Jannus, with his pas
senger's consent, Invited the German
airman'to come across in the alrboat..
The trip was a success in every way way-and
and way-and tested the airboafs carrying ca capacity
pacity capacity as Evens' baggage was taken
along.
The German had been writing:
to Tom Benoist, head of the com company
pany company which conducts the school, and?
had made arrangements to enter the1
school. He has never handled an
alrboat although he is experienced
in the driving of aeroplanes which
start from the land. The German
government wants to know about the
airboats and decided to send Evers
to this country to learn all about
them. Mr. Benoist managed to reach
Evers at New York, as the latter was
starting for St. Louis, and turned
him to St. Petersburg where the
school is being conducted.
INVENTOR OF LINOLEUM
HAS GONE ACROSS
Miami, Fla., Jan. 29. David N.
Melvin, of Po'rt Richmond, Staten
Island, N. Y., said to have been the
inventor of linoleum, died of heart
failure yesterday at his winter home
here.
McINTOSII
Mcintosh, Jan. 29., Mrs. Smith
and Miss Edna Gaitskill were in Oca Ocala
la Ocala Wednesday.
After a week's stop our motion
picture show has gone, headed to toward
ward toward Tampa. Next the Island Grove
folks will present "A Noble Outcast"
at the Bank building, on Friday
night.
Mr. Dersny, representative of J.
P. Wilson & Co., of Philadelphia,
Pa., is in town soliciting consign consignments
ments consignments of vegetables.
By F. R. MORGAN
(Copyright. 1913. Western X;wpapr Union.)



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THE OCA LA E VEXING STAR, THURSDAr. JANUARY 29, 1014

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OCALA OCCURRENCES

Moose meet this evening.
Annual unredeemed pledge sale at
B. Goldman's. Why par more? 1-2 8-u
You ca nget your pictures framed
at The Murray Company. l-29-3t
One Singer sewing machine in
good order for $10 at B. Goldman's.
Why pay more? l-28-3t
Calljmone zi ir.you wish to ex exchange
change exchange furniture. r tt-20tf
DR. W. K. LANE Specialist, Eye
Gar, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building. Ocala Adv.
J. D. McDuffy, the hustling color colored
ed colored farmer, has seventeen acres of
' cabbage that are fine to see, and is
planning for seventy-five acre3 of
watermelons and cantaloupes.
Fresh bread, cakes and pies every
day; delivered to any part of the
city. Heintz Bakery. 12-3 1-tf
Subscribe for your magazines at
The Murray Company. ', l-29-3t
Victrola records for February and
a big supply of the latest sheet music
and music books at Lansford's, oppo opposite
site opposite Harrington Hall hotel. 1-2 8-2 1
The Ocala House has had to do
some planning and shifting around
to, care for Its guests lately, the
house being crowded.
' Ball-bearing skates for $1.50 at B.
GoldmaaTs. Why pay more? l-lZ8-3t
Call phone 291 If you have second secondhand
hand secondhand furniture to sell. 11-20-tf
Mr. C. M. Trammell, county judge
of Polk county and a cousin of the
.governor, was in town yesterday.
'All 3dnds of. pastry, cakes and
'bread, fresh every day. "In quality
we trust not quantity." Carter's
Bakery, North Main street. 1-2 6-tf
jMr. W7 P. Malcolm, the Reming Remington
ton Remington typewriter hustler, paid the Star
a pleasant call this morning, i
Dry batteries, guaranteed full
strength for 19a at B. Goldman's.
Why pay more? l-28-3t
''Call phone 455 if in need of plain
dresw- mukliiii swl-8-tf.
Mr. 'JmJPi Keihp, the Juliettet
sntine operatof is in the city
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Mr. Baty Burnett; of Reid3ville,
C. arrived in he citjlast night and
rill be the guest of niluncle, Mr.
rry Burnett and f mily for some
JKT B. Hudgens, one of Martels
Curdy farmers, made an important
addition to the Board of Trade win
dow display yesterday. He brough
In some fine syrup v3 robust rib ribbon
bon ribbon cane, and a coop aple so large
that Secretary Rooney built a nice
tnest of moss in which to present it
the admiring gaze pf all who pass
the window.
Victrola records for February and
a big supply of the latest sheet music
and music books at Lansford's, oppo opposite
site opposite Harrington Hall hotel. l-2S-2t
SUGAR HAM3IOCK IAXDS
JPartridge-Woodrow Company
Selling. Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala
LICEO
COM) BOILED HAM
DRIED BEEP
COLD BOILED OX TONGUE
BREAKFAST BACON
LUNCHEON MEAT
CHEESE:
LIMBURGER
SWISS
EDAM
REQUEFORT
INTERNATIONAL CLUB
BRIE, ..-
CAMEMBERT
GORGONZOLA
CHESTER
.and
PIMIEXTE
0. K. TEA-POT
GROCERY
-.'PHONES 16 and 174
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JUST RECEIVED
Just receLved a full line of Stead Steadfast
fast Steadfast shoes for men. On Nov. 1st
these shoes were raised fifty cents a
pair. But we will sell them this sea season
son season at the old price, $5. Little's
Shoe Parlor. l-28-6t
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala
The venerable Dr. Billingsley con continues
tinues continues about the same. He is free
from pain and cheerful. Judge Jes Jesse
se Jesse Billingsley was obliged to leave
for Miami yesterday, but will return
as soon as possible. Another son, Mr.
Arch Billingsley, with hi3 wife, ar arrived
rived arrived this morning.
If you want shoes .'without the
"extra touches," which raise the
price and lower the value, see our
children's, misses' and ladles' shoes
for spring. Little's Shoe; Parlor,
West Broadway. l-28-6t
The Harrington lobby was so full
o f traveling men and tourists last
of traveling men and tourists last
to turn without stepping on their
valises.
The Star is very sorry to say that
Mr. H, A. Black, who came here
about a month ago from Richmond,
Va., in hope to restore his health, is
very sick. His wife arrived last
night. She will have the help and
sympathy of the many friends Mr.
Black has made since coming here.
Supervisor of Registration D. M.
Barco has been obliged by an at attack
tack attack of fever to return to his home
a,t Cotton Plant, but has left his
books in the competent charge of
Mr. Geo. J. Ross.
Don't forget the typewriter sup supplies,
plies, supplies, "all kinds, at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. r l-29-3t
Call phone 291 if you want to buy
furniture. 11-20-tf
You can get the best typewriter,
the Royal, for $75.00 at The Murray
Company. l-29-3t
Mr. Wm. R. Wright, with the J. P.
Bell Co., of Lynchburg, Va., which
firm printed the Marion County
Booklet, was in the city last night.
He was on his way to South Florida
to look after a big contract for his
firm and stopped to see Secretary
Rooney.
Some wise guy is responsible for
tire statement than when a couDle
is fit married they seem to want to
devour, one another, then a year or
so Later they resret that they did not
oliow first inclinations.'
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The" fire department has been on
the hustle this afternoon. Two cars
of wood on the Ocala & Southwest Southwestern
ern Southwestern road caught fire about five miles
ut of town and were rushed by the
train crew to the street by Fausett's
stpre, where the firemen promptly
extinguished, the Diaze with little
amage. About 2 : duf nre, prooaoiy
caused by the first one, broke out in
the roof of Fausett's store. The
clerks and neighbors did good work
on it, and the job was finished by the
firemen, who did a lightning streak
to the scene.
Mr. Thornton Stringfellow of
Gainesville is here consulting with
Mr. S. M. Davis lessee of the Ocala
House, on the numerous changes and
improvements that are to be made
on the hotel.
The last of the members of the
Homosassa Fishing Club went to
their Atlanta homes today in their
private car. Among those in the
party leaving today were Drs. Rid Ridley
ley Ridley and J. C. Carter, old friends of
Dr. Walter Hood.
Friends of Mr. Ber Maloney will
be glad to know that he has been re removed
moved removed to his home on Duval street,
Jacksonville, from DeSoto Sanitar Sanitarium
ium Sanitarium where he has been ill for .some
time and Is gradually improving.
Times-Union.
Messrs. Roberts and Mcintosh of
Mclcer & MacKay's undertaking de department
partment department went to Crystal River this
morning to embalm the body of Mrs.
M. H. Hunt, who died last night.
The remains will be sent to Mrs.
Hunt's old home at Lansing Mich.
W. W. Stripling, the well known
meat salesman, of Ocala, passed
(thru Gainesville yesterday, en route
to Jacksonville, where he was called
on business. Gainesville Sun.

GET A 3IOVE ON YOU

Tour Opportunity to Register for the
Primary Will Soon Hare Passed r
Up to date, only 324 voters have
registered in District 1, and the reg registration
istration registration is light in proportion all
over the county.
In less than five weeks, the books
will close, and then so far as the
primary, the real election, Is con concerned,
cerned, concerned, if you have not registered,
you will be disqualified.
Previous registrations are worth
no more than a last year's bird's
nest.
. .-'Get a move on you.
PUSHING THE WORK, "t 9
AT THE OCALA HOUSE
Quite a large force of men are at
work on the Ocala House. The roof
was first put in good shape and re renewed
newed renewed where necessary. Plasterers,
painters and paper-hangers are busy
inside and all the rooms and halls
are being worked over and plastered
where necessary and will be papered.
All of the wood work will be painted
in white. New mattresses are being
ordered for all of the rooms not al already
ready already thus equipped and new carpets
will be laid t In the halls and bed bedrooms.
rooms. bedrooms. : :
WORLD ALMANACS FOR 1914
World Almanacs at Ballard's, 35
cents each: 1-29-tf
MRS. MOORHEAD ENTERS
' THE CONTEST
I wish to announce to my friends
that I am entering the contest for
the automobile now going on in the
Ocala Banner, and is my time is al almost
most almost entirely taken up, being away
most of the time, I shall be obliged
to depend largely on my friends for
their support. Respectfully,
1-29-tf Mrs. J. R. Moorhead.
A CAR OF STOCK COMING
Mr. H. J. Nichols telegraphed his
manager, Mr. Igou, from Atlanta
this morning that he started a car carload
load carload of as fine mules and horses to towards
wards towards Ocala last night as one could
ever ask to see. The stock will ar arrive
rive arrive here tomorrow afternoon.
WEATHER FORECAST
Fair east and south portions; rain
northwest portion tonight or Friday;
colder Friday extreme northwest
portion.
HOW'S THIS?
We offer One Hundred dollars re reward
ward reward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure F. J Cheney & Co.
Toledo, Ohio.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and fin financially
ancially financially able to carry out any obliga obligations
tions obligations made by his firm.
National Bank of Commerce,
Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter internally,
nally, internally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cts.
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family, Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. Adv
COTTAGE FOR RENT My. cot cottage
tage cottage on South Third street, next
door west of the primary school
house, all modern conveniences, is
for rent at $20 per month. R. R.
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day Friday at 6:30 am. Trips made
entirely by daylight. Elegant
a la carte service on board.
Every accommodation, con convenience
venience convenience and safety aDpli aDpli-ance.
ance. aDpli-ance. For further information, ap apply
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C. (Ed) Carmichael,
Ocala, Fla.
Wellcr Carmichael,
Silver Springs, Fla.
Charles Rodoff,
Palatka, Florida.
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THE IIE17 EXPRESS ItATES

EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY" 1, 1014
In conformity with the order of
the Interstate Commerce Commission
the following table -is illustrative of
some of the differences between the
new and old rates between Ocala and
the following points:
New York
Old Rate New Rate
Five pounds ...... $ .75 $ .37
Ten pounds 1.15 .54
Fifteen pounds .... 1.35 .72
Twenty pounds .... 1,65 .89
Philadelphia
Old Rate New Rate
Five pounds .75 .36
Ten pounds ...J... 1.10 .52
Fifteen pounds .... 1.25 .69
Twenty pounds. .v .140 .85
Baltimore
Old Rate New Rate
Five pounds A . $ .75 $ .36
Ten pounds ......... 1.00 .51
Fifteen pounds . . 1.15 .67
Twenty pounds 1.30 .83
Chicago
Old Rate New Rate
Five pounds .75 $ .37
Ten pounds ....... 1.15 .54
Fifteen pounds .... 1.35 .71
Twenty pounds . . 1.65 .88
Atlanta
Old Rate New Rate
Five pounds . . .$ .65 $ .28
Ten pounds ...... .80e .37
Fifteen pounds. . .90 ; .45
Twenty pounds ... 1,10 .54
Cincinnati
'Old Rate New Rate
Five pounds $ .75 $ .36
Ten pounds ....... 1.10 1 .52
Fifteen pounds . .1.25 .68
Twenty pounds ... 1.40 .84
Savannah
Old Rate New Rate
Five pounds .45 .27
Ten pounds ....... .55 .33
Fifteen pounds 60 t .40
Twenty pounds ... .75 .47
i-. Chattanooga
Five pounds .70 $ .31
Ten pounds ....... .80 .43
Fifteen pounds .... 1.00 .54
Twenty pounds .... 1.20 -66
t Louisville
Old Rate New Rate
Five pounds .$,.75; $ .35
Ten pounds 1.10 .49
Fifteen pounds . '. 1.25 ; .64
Twenty pounds . 1.40 .79
. New Orleans
Old Rate New Rate
Five pounds ......$ .70 $ .32
Ten pounds .. . 1.00 .44
Fifteen pounds .... 1.10 '. .57
Twenty pounds .... 1.25 .69
GEO. T. MAUGHS,
; Agent, Ocala, Fla.
SEABOARD AIR LINE SCHEDULE
Southbound
No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
m.; arrives Tampa. 6:30 a. m.
No. 3 local leaves Jacksonville
9:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited leaves Jacksonville
11:0 a.; m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p.
m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
Northbound
No. 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 a. m.;
arrives Ocala, 12:01 a. m.; leaves
Ocala 12:16 p. m.; arrives Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 4:20 p. m.
No. 10 limited leaves Tampa 1 p.
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.
OCALA NORTHERN SCHEDULE
No. 74, leaves Ocala daily except
Sunday, at 1:25 p. m. Arrive Bur Bur-bank,
bank, Bur-bank, 2:30 p. m., Fort McCoy, 2:50
p. m., Orange Springs, 4:05 p. m.f
Palatka, 5:15 p. m. Sunday train
leaves Ocala 1:25 p. m.; arrives Pa Palatka,
latka, Palatka, 4:25 p. m.
No. 71, Leaves Palatka daily ex
cept Sunday: 7:05 a. m., arrives Or Orange
ange Orange Springs, 8:15 a. m.; leaves Ft.
McCoy 9:20 a. m., arrives Burbank,
9:40 a. m., Ocala, 10:40 a. m. No.
75 leaves Palatka, Sunday at 7:30 a.
m., arives Ocala 10:40 a. m.
SUGAR HA30IOCK IANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
3Ierchants Block, Ocala
CONCORDIA LODGE F. "J. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets Ir Tonge's Hall
on the second Thursaay evening of
each month. Geo.L. Taylor, F.M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
SUGAR HA3DIOCK L.NDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
Board of Trade meets tonight.

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No, we are not refetrtng;'to the late spring
bonnets for women nor Uytiithty chorus girls.
What we are talking abdutjre pretty Spring
Patterns for Men's anditfoiCiiits now ; being
displayed in our style hsvpre is probably
not another house in FloaSSnth the complete
assortment that we are "showing for this spring's
wear. Droo in and let us oivhn nvr th linA

wear. Drop in and let us pdu over the H
H Harrinaton Corner ii,i;B

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OCALA CHURCH DIRECTORY
. The following directory was cor
rected Jam 1. Ministers are request requested
ed requested to notify this office when 'changes
are made.
PRESBYTERIAN Corner of Ft.
King avenue and Watula street; pas
tor W. H. Dodge; residence 309 Ft.
King avenue; phone 233. Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a.m.;
superintendent W. H. Dodge; morn morning
ing morning sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Mis Mission
sion Mission Society 3 p. m.; evening sermon
7:15 o'clock. Midweek prayer meet meeting
ing meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30.
CATHOLIC North Magnolia St;
priest, D. Bottolacio; residence 327
North Orange street; Sunday ser services:
vices: services: High mass 10 a. m.; vespers
5 p. m.; Sunday school 3 to 5 p. m.;
communion services second Sundays
6:30 a. m.; also regular service.
EPISCOPAL Corner S. Broadway
and Watula streets; rector. Rev. Jas.
G. Glass; residence 311 S. Broadway;
phone 415. Sunday services: Holy
communion 7:30 a." m.; Sunday
school, 9:45 a. m. ; morning, prayer,
litany and sermon 11. a. m.; evening
prayer 7 : 3 0 p. m. ; cnoir practice
7:30 p. m. Friday; meetings of ves vestry
try vestry and societies at hours appointed.
CHRISTIAN East Broadway be between
tween between Watula and Osceola streets;
pastor, N. T. Lawsbn. Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m.,
superintendent C. T. Hooper; morn morning
ing morning sermon .11 o'clock; Christian En Endeavor
deavor Endeavor 4 p. m.; evening sermon 7:30
o'clock. Midweek prayer meeting
Wednesday evening 7:30 o'clock.
, BAPTIST Corner North Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia and North Second streets; pastor
Bunyan Stephens; residence 520 Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha avenue; phone 314; Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
superintendent W. T. Gary; morning
sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Baptist
Young People's Union 4 p. jn.; Sen-
ior Baptist Young People's Union
6:45 p. m.; evening sermon 7:30 p.
m. Midweek "prayer meeting Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening 7:30 o'clock.
METHODIST Corner Fort King
avenue and South Main street; pas pastor
tor pastor J. M. Gross; residence 99 Fort
King avenue; phone 157; Sunday
services: Sunday school 9:30 a. m.,
superintendent L. N. Green; morn morning
ing morning sermon 11 o'clock; Junior Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League 4 p. m.; Senior Ep Ep-worth
worth Ep-worth League 6:30 p. m.; evening
sermon 7 o'clock. Midweek prayer
meeting Wednesday evening 7:30.
Choir practice Friday evening at the
church.
If you are interested in furniture
read ad on page 6. 11-20-tf

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The best plac;nioney is where they have"
vaults for safely protecting it.; Every week we see
newspaper accountrrof1 people having been robbed.
Sugar-bowls. rag-bagSjttmder the carpet, behind pic pictures
tures pictures and all of those other places where people con conceal
ceal conceal their money. areMell-JCaowiut6 burglars. Hide
it in OUR BANK, then you know you can get it
when you want it. ,t y v
DO YOUpBA&KlNG WITH US
We Pay 4 per celnjresl n Sayings Accounts

BUY A NEW PATENT WAsffifi AND SOME NEW DESIGN
IRONS AND liESSEN THE WEEKLY BURDEN OP THAT HATED
"WASH DAY." 'jjffi
AVASHING IS THE IIARDESTVORK A WOMAN CAN DO; SHE
SHOULD HAVE EVERYCONVENIENCE ., THAT WILL MAKE
IT EASIER AND SAVE HER HEALTH.
COME AND SEE OUR "TOOLS" FOR THE LAUNDRY, WltlCH
AVILL LIGHTEN THE IIARdIaVORK.

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Phone 118, Ocala, Fia.

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X Come wind, come snowf let Boreas blow, with robes like these
Y your body will glow. We have the largest and most up-to-date $
f and down-to-the-minute-line of laprobes for auto and buggy that 4
was ever brougnt to this part.of Florida. We have overstocked
i our store in them, and 4 our greed in buying will be your gain in j
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-
& tection better than insurance and doctors. x

Kruiirjltitt k Lannigi

OCALA JUBILANT 3IEETING

Mrs. Wambolt, President

Friday Morning, .9 o'clock

i -rjaisa-Verycec Doxologyv Scrip

mic, xvc viir j-iu, run.
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Prayer Mrs.1 Peelman.
: Hymn, "All Hail the Power of Jes Jesus
us Jesus Name."
Hymn," "The Morning" Light is
Breaking." -
Talk, "Contribution of State WVM.
U. to the History of the W. M. U. of
the Southern Baptist convention"
Mrs. A. M. Izlar.
Talk, "Meaning of the Jubilate"
Miss Kathleen Malloy.
One .Hundredth Psalm, Choir.
Talk, "Permanent Foreign Mission
Equipment"- Miss Sallie Priest,
Shanghai.
Talk, "Adequate Church Building
at Home" Mrs. Neal, Georgia.
Announcements.
Benediction.
Lunch.
Friday Afternoon
Conference by churches or organi organizations.
zations. organizations. Processional, "Sing Ye Women of
the Southland."
Scripture Psalm 96.

Prayer.

Hymn, "The Sons of God Goes far

to War," or "Jesus Shall Reign."
Jubilate praise offering Miss Mai
lory.

Talk, "Our Duty to Our City and

How to Fulfill It" Mrs. W. T. Gary
Organization hymn.

Talk, "Our Spiritual Need" Miss

Priest.
Announcements.
Benediction.
Recessional, "Take the Light."
Friday Night

Processional, "Children of Light."

Praise service. Doxology.
Hymn, "Crown Him."
Scripture, Psalm 67.
Prayer.
Talk, "Answering China's Appeal"
Miss Priest.
Talk, "A Prophecy of Growth"
Miss Kathleen Mallory.
Jubilant hymn. (
Sermon: "Our Blessing, a Trust
for the World."
Collection Miss Mallory.
Benediction. ;
Recessional, "Lift Up Your Voices,

Ye Children of Light."

A MEETING OF INTEREST

--Tomorrow beginning at 9:30 a.
m. there will be an all-day meeting
of the women interested in the great
world-wide subject of missions held
in the Baptist church ih'tSis-'eityt
; The speakers from a distance will
be Miss Kathleen Mallory of Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, corresponding, secretary, -. of
woman's work of the Southern Bap Baptist
tist Baptist Convention; Miss Sallie Priest a
returned missionary 1 from China;
Mrs. H. C. Peelman, of Jacksonville,
corresponding secretary of Baptist
woman's work in Florida, and Mrs.
N. C. Wambolt, of Jacksonville,
president of the Woman's Missionary
Union of Florida.
r Ocala will be indeed honored to
have such brilliant and distinguished

women as her guests.

I IS. W. PARTRIDGE, JR. DAVID S. WOODROW
E. L. WITHERS

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SUPREME COURT

SUSTAINED SWEARINGEN

Mayor, of Jacksonville Has the Right
.--.to Contixl Police Force -of
.' His City ;
. Tallahassee, Jan. 29. The state
supreme court has affirmed the decis decision
ion decision of the circuit court for Duval
county in the case of Sig Hess et al.,
plaintiff in error, vs. Willie M. Rob Rob-erson,
erson, Rob-erson, defendant in error, thereby
clearly defining the powers and du duties
ties duties of the mayor to direct and con control
trol control the police force of Jacksonville,
the bond trustees being authorized
only to try members of the police
force upon charges made by the may mayor
or mayor for removal.

EQUIPMENT FROM EUROPE

; (Clipped Without Credit)

.The lack of money is one rcot of

evil:

When a man's lofty ideals get.no

higher than highballs, alas!

If men were as perfect as their

wives expect them to be, the monot

ony of marred .life, would be debili

tating,

Many an orator with a grip on his

subject can't hold his audience.

A man Is, indeed, ignorant if he

is ignorant of his own Ignorance.

We would be surprised if we knew

what our neighbors think of us if

they ever give us a thought..

It takes a pretty good carpenter to

floor a pugilist.

A young couple don't consider

three a crowd after the honey honeymoon.
moon. honeymoon. The way of the transgressor is
doubly hard when he has to convert
boulders Into small pebbles.
Before and American heiress who
marries a foreign nobleman places
him on exhibition she removes the
price mark.
That Pennsylvania judge who

ordered thirty-seven bars to open,
said he was digging his political

grave, but he didn't say anything
about a watery grave, f

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.Occasionally a widow gets more

than even with an old bachelor by
marrying himl,

It sometimes happens that the

spinster who says she's "glad of it"

is able to make everybody believe it

but herself.

Most of the spankings we get are
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wasted .on us before we are old

enough to distinguish between right
and wrong.

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It's a mighty poor garden that
won't entice the neighbor's chickens.

I REAL ESTATE.
i Auction Lot Sales a Specialty.
Huntington, West Va.f and'Ocala, Florida.
Anywhere Everywhere Anytime
SUGAR HUMMOCK LANDS. v
Watch this space for particulars of this valuable
body of Marion County's richest lands, which will
soon be offered for sale.

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COM3UTTEES OF THE COUNCIL

Adds Materially to the Efficiency of
Huerta's Araiy
Mexico City, Jan. 29. The arrival
today of five carload3 of ammunition
and rifles and rapid firing guns, from
Europe by way of Vera Cruz materi materially
ally materially improved the fighting equipment
of the government troops.
The rigid enforcement of the law
compelling the enlistment of all
males who are able to bear arms has
and will greatly strengthen the fed federal
eral federal a Any.

EDGAR FERHON'S
NARROW ESCAPE

The Management of DR. McCLANE
Medical. Surgical, Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
Larger quarters, more fully equipped and will be run
strictly ethical lines.
HOURS: 9 A.M. TO 4:30 PM. PHONE 333.

St. Petersburg Independent: Ei Ei-gar
gar Ei-gar Ferdon narrowly escaped being
pinned in the bed of Booker creek
underneath his big Mitchell car this
morning when the machine jumpei
the road as it left the bridge on En En-gleside
gleside En-gleside avenue while Mr. Ferdon was
driving into .the city. As the car left
the bridge, it headed into the creek
at the right. Mr. Ferdon says that
the steering gear locked on him so

that he could not hold the car on the
road. It-shot down the steep bank
of the stream and would have gone
into the water but that the wheels
straddled a log. The wheels nearer
the road hung to this log and pre prevented
vented prevented the machine from going fur

ther down the banks. Those who

saw the machine after the accident

say that but for the log it would cer

tainly have turned turtle and pinned
Mr. Ferdon under it.

TOURIST OF AN UNUSUAL TYPE
Palatka Item: Walking from
North Calonina to Tampa, where
she claims she has friends, a little
old woman about 60 years of age,
passed thru Palatka yesterday. Tho
neat and clean, her dress was of an
ancient make and ragged, her shoes
tattered and broken from her long
walk. She stopped at a house on the
Heights for something to eat, but
would not accept food until she had
done some", mending to pay for the
little she would have. She carried a
heavy bundle wrapped in brown
paper and a small dog was with her,
and she appeared to be as happy as
a bird, humming softly as she plod plodded
ded plodded along the A. C. L.. tracks. She re re-fused
fused re-fused to give her name.

Victor Records at The Murray
Company. l-29-3t

Finance E. E. Robinson, chair chairman;
man; chairman; M. J. Roess, C. W. Hunter,
Judiciary M. J. Roess, chairman;
E. C. Bennett, H. A. Fausett. f
Street W. A. Knight, chairman;
G. A. Carmichael, E. E. Robinson.'

Cemetery J. C. Smith, chairman;
E. E. Robinson, M. J. Roess.
Fire E. C. Bennett, chairman; J.
X. Tolar, H. A. Fausett.
Police C. W. Hunter, chairman;
W. A. Knight, J. N. Tolar.
Market J. N. Tolar, chairman; J.
C. Smith, H. A. Fausett.
Sanitary C. W. Hunter, chair chairman;
man; chairman; H. A. Fausett, J. C. Smith.
Building H. A. Fausett, chair chairman;
man; chairman; J..C. Smith, J. N. Tolar. U.
Light and Water M. J. Roess,
W. A. Knight, G. A. Carmichael.
Council then adjourned until
Thursday night at 8 o'clock.

REGISTRATION NOTICE!

COAST LIN K'S TIME CAR I

COTTAGE FOR RENT
My cottage on South Third street,
next door west of the primary school
house, all modern conveniences, is
for rent at $20 per month. R. R
Carroll. 1-23-tf

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie-Condon, Sec'y.

SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-1 3-tf

FOR RENT Newly furnished
room; every convenience; two men
or couple. 609 S. 2nd St. l-29-6t

MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Maion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
k. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 V clock, until further notice.
Baxter Cam, W. M.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad

The winter schedule of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line is" now in effect. It
is as follows: 1
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 p. ra.
No. 9 leaves-Jacksonville at 3:40
d. 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., a rives
St. Petersburg 8 a. m.
Northbound
No. 38 leaves St. Petersburg 8:30
p. m., arrives Ocala at 2:20 a. m.t
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., arrives
Jacksonville at 6:30 p. m.

The registration books of Marion t
county will be open for registrationi
In each election district during- tfte
months of January and Februaxj,,
1914. In district No. 1 (Ocala) the the-book
book the-book will be open from. Monday noon
till' Saturday noon andFriday nights
till 10 o'clock of. each srnk from
first Monday a January till first
Monday in March. .
All persons who fail to register in
their respective districts can reglc reglc-ter
ter reglc-ter at my office In Ocala any day
(Sundays excepted) between March
15th and April 15th. D. M. Barco,
Supervisor Registration Marion Co.
Office upstairs In court house "...
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MARION COUNTY DIRECTORY
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. Gallowuy, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,
Ocala.
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Ocala.
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead,- Ocala.
Judge of Prooate Wm. E. Smith.
Ocala.
County CominlssioDers C. CarmJ CarmJ-chael,
chael, CarmJ-chael, Ocaia; J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W t. Henderson. Lynne; D. G.
Watkins, DunneHon; Walter Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, Sparr.
Board Public Instruction -J. H.
Bririf?on. Superintendent. Ocala B.
R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S. Grantham.

SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block," Ocala

SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company.
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-1 3-tf

OCALA LODGE NO. 280, t. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge, No. 286, uenovelent

and Protective Order of Elks, me?ts

the second and fourth Tuesday even

Ings in each month. jVisiting breth brethren
ren brethren a1 ways welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell. Secretary. Ad-
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-1 3-tf

Professional as weil as amateur
photographers use the famous "En "Ensign"
sign" "Ensign" films to be had only at the
Court Pharmacy. 1-17-tf

!i

J. E. CHACE
Dental Surgeon

.Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 250

OCALA. FLORIDA

Terms: Cash.
L F. BLALOCK
Dental Surgeon

Office Over Commercial Bank
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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1014

OCALA EVENING STAR

PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTING ER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, Generrl Manager Port V. Learengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
" Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.

PHONE 31

-,- SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
One year, in advance .$5.00
tlx months, in advance.... 2.5
Three months, in advance.. 1.25
One month, in advance.'... .SO

(Foreign)
One year, in advance. ..... 8. 00
Six months, In advance.... 4.25
Three months, in advance.. 2.25
One month, in advance.... .80

ATTEND THE BOARD
MEETING THIS EVENING

The regular semi-monthly meeting
of the Marion County Board of Trade
will be held at the board headquar headquarters
ters headquarters this evening, and all the mem members
bers members who can be present should at attend.
tend. attend. There are some very important
matters to come before the board,
some that have been brought for forward
ward forward since the last meeting, and are
of the greatest interest and import importance.
ance. importance. The work of the year is be beginning,
ginning, beginning, and it is up to us-all to push
It along.

POLISHING MACHINES
FOR PEANUTS

Secretary Rooney of the Board of
Trade, corresponding with the indus industrial
trial industrial department of the-Seaboard Air
Line about peanut culture in Marion
county, receives information that
leads the Star to believe that the use
of polishing machines on the hulls is
about all necessary to put the goob goobers
ers goobers raised in this section on a par
with those of Virginia and North
Carolina.
Marion county raises many pea peanuts
nuts peanuts and could raise many more. Pol Polishing
ishing Polishing machines do not cost much.
Here is another avenue open to our
producers. Any peanut grown in
thirty miles of Ocala may hope to
furnish inspiration at a big league
baseball game in New York or Chicago.

was unhappy. Let Harry take com comfort.
fort. comfort. People laugh at him some sometimes,
times, sometimes, but as long as he does not
make anybody cry at him, his heart
should not be troubled.. The Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland Telegram sums Harry up nice nicely
ly nicely and correctly when it says:
"Harry Floyd has evidently aban abandoned
doned abandoned his candidacy for the United
States Senate for we note in his
home paper, the Apalachicola Times,
his announcement that he will be a
candidate to succeed himself in the
Florida legislature. We like this
better, for Harry is a semi-tropic
flower whose gorgeous coloring
would quickly fade in the cold cli climate
mate climate of the, Senate, but here in his
native Florida will bloom in peren perennial
nial perennial beauty."

ITS A GOOD LAW IF
PROPERLY CARRIED OUT

MARION COUNTY MILK

How many people in Marion coun county
ty county know that much o! the milk used
in Jacksonville is shipped from New
York state, Virginia, North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina and West Florida?
Don't our people know that they
-can produce just as good milk and
butter here as can be found in the
world? Is there any reason, except
their own lack of enterprise, that
they couldn't load at least two ex express
press express cars out of Marion county with
milk every morning? And as popu

lation and business grew, couldn't it
be -increased into two milk trains?
MariF county is only at the
threshold of its opportunities.

"FACTS AND PHOTOS"

SPLENDID LECTURE

BY GEO. R. STUART

The Board of Trade will place an
order with the J. P. Bell Co. of
Yynchburg, Va., for an additional ten
thousand of the Marion county book booklet,
let, booklet, "Facts and Photos."
This little work of advertising art
Js winning much favor in the typo typographical
graphical typographical world. One big house, the
Smith-Dixon Co., which supplies the
cameo paper it is printed on, has se secured
cured secured a number of copies, and is
showing them among the biggest
Qnting houses in the north as
samples of what can be done with
goodj. ress work on this paper. This
Is the "high water mark of merit, and
proof positive that it catches the eye
wherever it goes.
A town in South Florida, which is
extremely anxious to present the
merits of its section in the most at

tractive manner, has just had print

ed a booklet on the style of "Facts
and Photos," probably profiting by
the idea. It is a good plan to give
neople something that they feel like

keeping to refer to and admits, in

stead of trash-basket stuff that they
look at carelesslySand then throw
faway.

Dixie is up in arms about Section
12 of Chapter 6470 of the Laws of
1913 which compels newspapers to
print, free of charge, any reply of a
candidate to what he would deem an
attack on his official record by such
newspaper.
Dixie says it will fight the law,
and wants to know what its brethren
of the state press will do about it.
The Star will o as it always has
done. Candidate can havbspace at
regular rates and must be respectful
to each other, if the Star sees any
good reason to allow any candidate

to make any particularly pointerfat pointerfat-tack
tack pointerfat-tack on any other candidate, it will
of course allow the other candidate
to defend himself. It always has
done this, and always will, law or no
law.
It seems to the Star that the law
i3 a good one, if properly carried
out. It will, for one thing, prevent
a candidate of large means from
smothering one of smaller means.
In the last campaign, the Times Times-Union,
Union, Times-Union, after publishing attacks on
Claude L'Engle, then owner of Dixie,
by his opponents, refused Mr. L'En L'Engle
gle L'Engle space for an answer. If the Bry Bryan
an Bryan and Trammell law had been in
force then, this could net have been
done.
The Star is afraid that Dixie
is sore on both Senator Bryan and
Governor Trammell. It hasn't been
pleased with anything either of them
has done lately. It has been some somewhat
what somewhat unfair in some things, and the

Star warns Dixie that if it begins to
be unfair it will lose its influence.

It is not the Star's practice to take

sides in a democratic primary, except
in exceptional cases. So far.he only

democrats it has supported! against

other democrats have beer Wilson,

L'Engle and Fletcher. DiMkng the

campaign about to open, itLay es-! afraid said he wasn't because

HARRY FLOYD

The editor of the Ocala Star made

Harry Floyd unhappy because he at

tempted to make fun of Harry. Let

other editors beware. Harry is a

genius; he is sensitive and doesn't
like to be made fun of. He has a
mind like the sensitized plate of a
panoramic camera or a phonograph
record. He doesn't think; thought is

a process Harrj" speaks or writes
.spontaneously. If Harry didn't treat
3ais race for the Senate as a joke

others would not, for his is a giant
Intellect, indeed, and Florida would

do well to honor him, let others say

what they will. Orlando Sentinel.

Harry has not complained to the
Star, so the Star did not know Harry

The only vacant seats visible from
the auditorium of the. Temple thea theater
ter theater when Mr. Stuart commenced his
discourse last night were on the
stage at the back or tne speaker, ev every
ery every other seat being occupied, and
the vestibule full.
Mr. L. N. Green introduced ( Mr.
Cook, the state superintendent of
the Anti-Saloon League of Florida,
who in a few words explained the
aims and work of the A. S. L. and
incidentally mentioned the fact that
it was in the city of Ocala that the
Florida league was first organized,
and that it still stands on the same
platform as when f first instituted,
namely: law enforcement and the
abolishment of all saloons. He
spoke of the fight now waging in Pi Pinellas
nellas Pinellas and St. Johns counties, and
that even in St. Augnstlne where for
400 years they were afraid to antag antag-onize
onize antag-onize the saloon, they were now put putting
ting putting up a splendid fight and doing
their utmost to drive the liquor traf traffic
fic traffic out of existence. He said there
were now 40 dry counties in the
state and 326 saloons in the ten wet
ones, nearly one-half, of which were
located in Jacksonville, He then in introduced
troduced introduced the speaker of the evening,
Mr. Geo. R. Stuart of Knoxville,
Tenn. As a humorous speaker Mr.
Stuart has but few equals. He is a
natural comedian and a very large
proportion of his humor was the
work of his acting. He certainly be believes
lieves believes in the theory that we used to
hear of in our school days, credited
to old Demosthenes, that the first,
second and third qualification for
oratory is action. He commenced by
congratulating the audience on be being
ing being alive today, also that they were
Americans, and that no man In Flor Florida
ida Florida would ever die as long as he
could breathe its pure air; that this
was an age or overwhelming patriot patriotism
ism patriotism and progress; that while our
fathers had to be satisfied with wag wagons,
ons, wagons, those wagons had given way to
carriages and then in turn to autos,
which soon would be replaced by fly flying
ing flying machines. It was the same with
their houses: the wooden house had
given place to the brick one, and it
in turn to the concrete and stone

house, and some day we may have
iron houses. In speaking of Florida,
he thought she had a corner on sun sunshine,
shine, sunshine, also in oranges, as he never
expected to hear of oranges being
grown in the state of Maine or Penn Pennsylvania,
sylvania, Pennsylvania, or snow falling in Florida.
Getting down to the saloon busi business,
ness, business, he said that wonderful progress
had been made during the past year
in putting them out of business as
one-ninth of all the saloons in the
United States had been forced out
and one-tenth of the wholesalers,
which, he said, was "going some."
He spoke of the progress made in the
number of secret societies, each

Claiming to be for the benefit and up- j

lift of the age; that while a few
years ago the Masons and Odd Fel Fellows
lows Fellows had the whole field to themr
selves,, today there were ten or more
strong secret, societies. All of these
organizations had the Bible for their
cornerstone and to take it away
would be like taking the sills from
under a house. He spoke of the pro progress
gress progress made in medical science, in the
prevention of contagious diseases,
and the care of those who ar af

flicted with them, and incide
he told of a little boy in -a sto

sea who when asked if he' w

OUR METHOD
In handling all business entrusted to us with the utmost
efficiency and dispatch makes bur banking service valu valuable
able valuable to the people of the community. Your account sub subject
ject subject to check is cordially invited.
Farmers' business in Marion and adjoining counties
especially invited.

Capital.
$50,000.00
Surplus.

and

Profits
$35,000.00

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OCALA, FLORIDA

-THE DEST IN DANIilNG." V

bauch mankind. He took seven of
the greatest crimes of the age,
housebreaking, train robbing, forg forgery,
ery, forgery, grafting, counterfeiting, etc. In
each of these crimes the object was
money, and if you ask a saloon saloonkeeper
keeper saloonkeeper why he is in the business he
will say that it is for the money
there is in it, thus putting himself
in the same class with the robbers,
and at the same time the thief,
counterfeiter and the others, only
take their victims' personal effects,

leaving the man's mind and body as;

it was before, but the saloon man not
only takes his money as the others
do but robs his family likewise, robs
him of his manhood and bodily
health, makes beggars of his wife
and children and himself a victim for
the madhouse, all of which goes to
prove that the business of the saloon
is worse than that of the criminals.
Speaking of the status of the man
who drinks he said if he wanted
work no one wanted him; they would
not employ him on a railroad, the
banker, the merchant, the builder

would not take the risk of having!

him around and when in despair he
went back to the man who had built
up his appetite for drink and brought
him to his, present condition, he
would be turned down, as a saloon
man can only afford to keep "sober
barkeepers. '
He spoke of the county fair and
while the' farmers and storekeepers
and others were proud to display the
product of their farms and their
business, he never heard of the sa saloon
loon saloon exhibiting specimens of its work
and he suggested that ten bums in a
glass cage would make an unique if
not a very attractive display of their

work. The whole business, said the
speaker, is wrong; if it were. right
the preachers would keep saloons,
but progress pointed to an enlighten-i
ed civilization, when the saloon and;
all it stands for would be relegated
to the things of the past, and child- j
ren of today would live to wonder;
why man in former times ever put j
himself lower than the animals.

at a

that th

Our Jewelry

county to get
Ve have made i

business to know

It-

J: sound

ill there

to tweettothe ear of

bride as sterling silver.

Apart from the quality which

high cere, and the cnasteness

of the patterns which can be seen v

roca, it is Important to know ;
prices are not extravagant.

store is the best place In the

suggestions for wedding presents,
study of this "gift question." It is oar

bat is suitable fox various gift occasions.

ChooseYour Gifts Here

1

Oar stck is varied and

ever pocket book

many fiexpenetve

bfsidifs silverware

iThli a Jewelry tterc where yon can ret Just -wh

mwm lAAlri nmr fX m9 W a firtA wam went a te

o are the prices. Every taste and

sore to be suited. Wvhava

Uch will make excellent gifts. ; ' ,4t

Everything In ur fine ttne of silverware.

' pint, jewelry, watcnes, etc., contain
' nothing but real, tangible values.

eoupiea wtut up-to-oate ttyiea.

Block

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pouse the cause of some candidates
that it thinks deserves th$ support
of the people more than their oppon opponents.
ents. opponents. When it does so, itwili take

ic for granted that the papers who
support the said opponents' are able
to adequately present their; ause. If

for instance, the Jacksorlille Me Metropolis
tropolis Metropolis insist that the tar shall
publish one m its articles favoring
Stockton, the Star will demand the
same space for Fletcher." What is
fair for the goosew fair for the
gander, or words tiThat 'effect.

MORTON RIDDLE'S MOVE

f
cnar

The change of Morton Riddle from
the Coast Line to the Tlagler System
is a promotion for ?prt efficient rail railroad
road railroad man and one t'uat could have

been won only by merit.
All the Coast Line employes that
have spoken to the Star on the sub subject,
ject, subject, express great regret that Mr.
Riddle will leave their road. All ex express
press express high regard for him, and their
sentiments are a testimonial he may
well be proud of.
The Star has a number of times
criticised the division of the A. C. L.
that Mr. Riddle had charge of for its
policy toward Ocala and Florida in
general. Yet, it has very little doubt

that the deficiencies it has complain complained
ed complained of have been more the fault of the
owners of the road than of Mr. Rid Riddle,
dle, Riddle, and might have been worse but
for his faithful and skillful management.

been baptized and vaccinated.
And yet while everything el

reaching out forja higher and Uobler

plane on which to work for th good
of mankind. The saloon was 9ill al allowed
lowed allowed to exist to degrade atM de-

a

ntally
Hn at

af not
lifhad

it was

if

SHELBY M. CULLOM

Washington, Jan. 29. Former
United States Senator Shelby M. Cul-J
iom, of Illinois, died at his home ?
here yesterday. All hopes for hisj
recovery were abandoned several I
days ago. No arrangements have as
yet been made for the funeral, but It i

is presumed that the body will bei

taken to his foraier home at Spring Springfield
field Springfield for burial. Senator Cullom was
a figure of national importance for
more than thirty years and held
public office for more than 50 years.

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With ElGrillo you can prepare a dainty 'breakfast -M quickly &ghtion

the table. the cost? ifss than one cent for tl.e jelecmcity that li used.

connect to any available electric

light so ket and turn on the Current

and the coils Instantly turn (cherry

red.
The interchangeable u tensils take
full advantage of the heatf
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Any two cooking operations can be

carried on simultaneou.

Heating element in

Grillo is guaranteed f

'five years. Price $3

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Ask for demonstration.
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JACKSONVILLE'S FAT
POSTOFFICE JOB

ACCURACY

si cubitSt P

Board of Trade meets tonight.

ISA

Put in on File

that we have the best reputation for
executing automobile repairs, simply
because we "make good" under all
conditions, and when each job leaves
our hands we guarantee it to give
perfect satisfaction in every detail.
We employ none but skilled work workmen
men workmen who know their trade, and our
prices are satisfactory to "the man
who pays."
Luckic's Garage
17 N. Main Street.

Jacksonville Metropolis: Infor

mation received in this city today, i
that the nomination of a postmaste
for the Jacksonville office will b

sent to the Senate immediately oni4

the expiration of. the present term
Postmaster D. if. Gerow.
Mr. Gerow's commission exn'res

February 18. and it is said hJS sue

cessor has been decided on.

It is no secret that Senator

Bryan has declared unequivocaWv j

for P. A. Dignan, of this city,..fbr the
position and while it is not yet an announced
nounced announced that Senator Fletcher has
acceeded to this selection, thosein
touch with the situation stje tnat

nation isaassured.

Clarion County AbstractjlCompany
ESTABLISHED J1882.
GRAHAMJBROTHERS, Lessees!

OCALA FLA.

TIMS SUC4
or N. PI

Mr.ignans nomii

1 SIX AT A TIME RIDE

IX AX AIR SHIP

Miami Metropolis: American re records
cords records for number of passengers car carried
ried carried in a flying boat, and it is be believed
lieved believed in any type of airship, .were
broken this morning when the Cur Cur-tiss
tiss Cur-tiss bi-plane, flying boat type, which
has been making regular flights here
carried six men on one trip and five
men on another, the flights obser observed
ved observed and recorded by F. E. de Murias,
of the contest committee, Aero club
of America. Nine hundred pounds
of weight, not including gasoline and
oil sufficient for an hour's flight was
carried.

X Firstronsideratiun and especial attention given to amah tracts.

Opposite A. C. L. Station.
SINGLE MEALS THIRTY-FIVE CENTS.
TWENTY-ONE-MEAL TICKETS, $5.25.

; B. B BAUM, Proprietor.

H. A. Kramer. Office 504 Lime
St. Telephone 348. 1-22-61

Mclver & MacKay
Funeral Directors
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALHERS
Fine Caskels and Bnrial Robes.
. E. 3IclVER and C. V. ROBERT
Funeral 'Directors
til Work Done by Licensed Em Em-.
. Em-. balmers and Fully Guaranteed
; PHONES:
X E. 3icrvri:K. 104
C. V. ROBERTS 305
Undertaking Office.... 47

OCALA DRAY CO. rPHOXE 141
We are prepared to deliver freight
to any part. of the city; haul furni furniture
ture furniture or baggage, anywhere at all
hours of the day or night. Tour
orders will receive prompt attention.
Drays Nos. 1 and 2.
Thomas Johnson,
Rosalie Johnson.
l-20-6t Proprietors.

Patronize the new bicycle shop,
410 N. Orange street, Oliver Mead Meadows,
ows, Meadows, proprietor. l-26-6t

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DECIDED TO CONTINUE DANCING

SPECIAL SALE ON

WINTER MILLINERY

Until February 1st.

In order to reduce our large stock of "Winter Millinery, we will,
until the above date, sell at greatly reduced prices, our entire
line. Every item in the. store Is of the latest design; no old stock.
Such a reduction in prices at this season has never been attempt attempted
ed attempted in Ocala before. Call and see for yourself.

M

iss Mary Affleck,

Commercial Bank Building.

OCALA FLORIDA.

W. H. MARSH

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It Always Helps

says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in
writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's
tonic. She says further: "Before 1 began to use
Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I
thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able
to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles
of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon
gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework,
as well as run a big water mill.
I wish every suffering woman would give

The Woman's Tonic
a trial I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad,
and it always does me good."
Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness,
tired, worn-out feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman womanly
ly womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's
tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui
for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing
women for more than, fifty years.

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SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-AVoodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala

CONCORDIA LODGE F. 71. 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

SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
3Ierchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf

COTTAGE FOR RENT
"My cottage on South Third street,
next door west of the primary school
house, all modern conveniences, is
for rent at $20 per month. R. R
Carroll. 1-23-tf

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala; Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M,
Miss Florrie Condon, Sec'y.

Moose meet tonight.

Unique Campaign 1 and Election

the City of Oaks
Mr. David C. Stanley, Mr. J. O.

Hightower and Mr. C. A. Tremere,

spent several days in Jacksonville

representing the Belleview lodge at
the Grand Lodge of Masons for the

state of Florida. Mr. Stanley at

tended the meetings promptly and

studied the procedure and work as

exemplified by the grand lodge offi

cers.' Mr. Stanley found time, how

ever, to pay a visit to Rev. J. R. I

Wenrich and family in South Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, where Rv. Wenrich has

been returned for the ensuing
church year and they sent their

kindest regards to all their friends
in Belleview. Mr. Stanley also em embraced
braced embraced the opportunity to visit and
inspect some of the points of inter

est in Jacksonville. Mr. Tremere

found Mr. Hightower in the clutches

of one of the slickest and most con

vincing of the Jacksonville -real

estate contingent and forwith butted

In, t." saeJj3riend from possible
indreeti&aying of real estate. This

particular real estate man could
talk an ostrich out of its plumage

and had shown Mr. Hightower a

number of gilt edge propositions

with a guaranteed profit of 4,000

per cent, with in six months time on
a basis of nothing down, and noth

ing a month. Mr. Tremere felt it

was high time to step in, but with a

real live talking machine and a

Chalmers touring car, to combat

with numerous meals, refreshments,
entertainments, and other accouter accouter-ments
ments accouter-ments to overcome, he finally suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in dissuading Mr. Hightower
from, buying half of Jacksonville
and a three quarter interest in the
new million dollar telephone ex exchange,
change, exchange, now being installed in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. All three parties will long
remember their three day stay in
Jacksonville, as one of the events of
their lives.
As a preliminary to the exercis exercising
ing exercising their universal right of suffrage,
the ladies of Belleview, have been
practicing with, and playing a little
politics the past week or so, just to
get their hand in so to speak. They
say that water boils at two hundred
and twelve degrees, but the glass has
been showing somewhere around

five hundred and still boiling. The

subject mater before the house is the
old question that has been agitated
for years and years, "shall dancing
be permitted in the town hall" and

the way that the proposition was

handled by both sides shows that
when the days of universal suffrage
arrives there will be some warm
times. The council was invaded by
a body of the representative ladies
of the town, divided pro and con as
to the merits of the question. The
city fathers scratched their heads,
hemmed and hawed, and did some
pretty tall thinking and decided that
the water was getting a little too
warm and failed to fall for the bait,
for no matter which side they took
they were due to fall in hot water.
So giving the resolution the once
over and considering their fate they
decided to pass the matter up to the
legal voters and tax payers of the
town with a three days campaign,
the matter to be decided Friday
morning, January 23. The women
voted and the men voted, the result
showing skillful political work on
both sides with a vote of thirty in
favor of dancing and twenty-nine a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst it.
Mr. Geo. B. Blaksley left last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday for New Smyrna, after a very
pleasant visit at the Hotel Marion.
Mrs. R. L. Sumner and little
daughter, Virginia Fay, have return returned
ed returned from a visit to relatives in south
Florida.
Mr. W. T. Bozeman, the velvet
bean king, from Leesburg, was in
town one day last week looking af after
ter after his bean Interests.
" Several weeks ago we mentioned
that Prof. A. B. Connor was trying
to interest Chase & Co. in the hand handling
ling handling and marketing of the tomatoe
crop of this section for the coming
season and the matter has progress progressed
ed progressed so far that Mr. A. M. Middlemas,
representing Chase & Co., will be
here Saturday, January 31, and will
meet the growers and explain the
situation. This is the best chance
that has ever offered itself to this
town for the marketing of a crop and
it will be a good thing to have the
growers turn out en-masse to go
over the matter with Mr. Middlemas
and Prof. Connor.
The Seaboard limited train that
only stops at Belleview on state oc occasions,
casions, occasions, made that stop on last Fri Friday
day Friday to permit Mr. and Mrs. Oakley,
from East Williston, N. Y., to alight.
Mr. Robt F. Mitchell, of New Ha Ha-ven,
ven, Ha-ven, Ct., who has been making a lit little
tle little tour of the state came in on the
limited from the south last Saturday
afternoon. While away Mr. Mit Mitchell
chell Mitchell stopped at Dade City, Lake Lakeland,
land, Lakeland, Aron Park, Sebring, Kissim Kissim-mee
mee Kissim-mee and also jumped into St. Cloud
and said hello to Bill Millsom. He
then took a look at Orlando, before

hitting for home. After resting tip a
bit, he will take another little trip.
Mrs. W. F. Ritter trew some
trash In the fire and it went zip
bang and landed one of those little
leaden slugs out of a 22 calibre cart cartridge
ridge cartridge into her ankle, whereupon she
did what any other woman would do
hollered and sent for a doctor.
With the friendly assistance of a
pair of crutches for a few days,
plenty of linament and massage
treatment she will soon be around
afcain.

'Mrs. Eastwood and Mrs.
Rfnghampton, N. Y., are

Lamb, of
visiting

with their friends. Miss Goodnough
and Mrs. Burhans.
Mr. Sidney Thompson, of Citra,
has accepted a position as woods ri rider
der rider with the Mayo Turpentine Co.

Uncle John Hafner, with Mr. Tre-

ere, went to Ocala last Tuesday

orning in Mr. Havilands automo-

ile.

Word was 'phoned to this village

last Monday afternoon from Ocala.
that Mr. Haywood Hale was badly
shot. Mr. Hale is one of our most
substantial and industrious farmers
and numbers his friends by the
hundreds.. Expressions of regret of
this untimely accident are heard on
all sides with fervent wishes for his
early recovery.
The dance also the free will of offering
fering offering that was to have been held in

the town hall last Friday night were
a fizzle on account of incessant rains
that prevailed for a number of days
preceeding both aairs, which were
called off. The dance was postponed

until Friday night, February 6th.

: Mo w Are Yorap CoMectfioinis ? i
; ThUR BANK is not merely a place to store your
hJ funds and check them out as you require them. J
It is a very highly organized and efficient medium I
for the collection of drafts, notes and other "paper."
The records of the bank also contain much information
that yon can ttse to advantage.
Don't hesitate to use all the facilities of our-
Z bank. We have provided them for your service, and
Z we are always glad when you avail yourself of them. I
THE OCALA NATIONAL DAM ;
J An Active United States Depositary.

REAL Vs, FALSE 'Economy at This Ttas.
Resist the mental suggestion to curtain your regular taking of
ice until the weather turns warm again. Your refrigerator ii
going nicely now; it is well chilled and it Is doing full duty as
your practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a little bit It ma sulk on you all the
remainder of the season. f
Maintain your regular supply of OUR ICE all through the season.
That Is the way to save on your ice bilL v k
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO!

IiAKE WEIR
Lake Weir, Jan. 29.- Mr. and Mrs.
T. L. Day of Washington, D. C,
spent several days with Dr. and Mrs.

F. P. Herr, on their way to Tampa,
Key West and-Palm Beach, where
they will spend some time.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Kessler, of Mary Maryland,
land, Maryland, who are touring the state,
spent the week end with Mr. and

Mrs. L. W. Crum, who are old
friends and neighbors, having lived
in the same town for a number of
years.
Mr. J. L. Carney of the orange
packing company kindly sends all
the oranges too small to ship afloat
on the lake where they scatter and
drift to the shore five and six miles
away, and are eagerly picked up hy
the residents, who are waiting for
them to come, ashore. Mr. Carney
has changed the order, of things and
finds that oranges do not absorb as
much water as bread.
Mrs. Martha Robinson and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Miss Annie, of Baltimore, Md.,
are guests of Capt. and Mrs. H. W.
Henry, Sr., for the balance of the
winter.
Mrs. H. W. Henry, Jr., and sister,
Mrs. Joe Garrett and son, Donald, of
China, who are spending their vact vact-tion
tion vact-tion here, motored to Silver Springs
yesterday with Miss Tillie Pasteur.
Mr. Joe Younge has accepted a

position at St. Augustine, and left
for that: place last week, to the re regret
gret regret of all the young people, as he
was a general favorite here.
Rev. L. R. Rogers will preach at
the school house Sunday, February
1st, at 11 a. m.
The lumber is on the ground to
finish up the church, thru he untir untiring
ing untiring efforts of Mr. George Thompson,

who has given his time andl labor

for the past month for the good
cause.
Mr. and Mrs. Carson Bradford

and two children, of Nashville, will

arrive on Monday, Feb. 2d, to spend
two months on the lake.

R. C. MUNCASTER

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HEALTH

BURGLARY. EMPLOYEES

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BIERMAN BLOCK OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. PHONE 420

MARIOX-DUXX MASOXIC LODGE

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

Wtafcw IdDtel
Jacksonville's Finest
- AND
Florida's Largest and Best Year
Round Hotel
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or Sister
Home Hotel of the State

to

European Plan $1.50Per Day and Upward
A.M. Wilson. Thos. M. Wilson,
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Jacksonville, Florida

Read Out UNCLASSIFIED ADS. lor your wants

SUGAR HAM3IOCK LAXDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf

Ocala Seed Store
is headquarters for Poul Poultry
try Poultry Foods &ud Stock, and
Poultry Powders. TV keep
on hand all tho time:
Beef Scrap,
Blood Meal,
Mica Grit,
Cracked Bone,
Charcoal,
Scratch Food,
Wheat,
COXKEY'S Poultry and
Stock Foods and Rem Remedies;
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v.
A large assortment of
Flower Pots.

$71,000 ROBBERY
Although details hare not been giv given
en given out a package addressed to a local
bank containing $71,000 in U. S. treas treasury
ury treasury notes was taken and a package of
magazines substituted. The substitu substitution
tion substitution was not found out till the package
reached the bank when the cashier
found the bundle of "JjafT" magazines.
He started to read some of the stuff
and became so interested that he
aarepd with thA hank directors to

make up the loss if they would put him

on tne subscription list oi lail lor
life. In order to get you in a good
humor and help you forget even your
big troubles, domestic or. financial, we
will agree to send you "Laff" for one
year at the ridiculously low price of
50 cents.
This national magazine of fun is
making greater strides than any other
magazine before the American public
today. It is a magazine that will keep
the whole family in a good humor. The
staff of Laff contains artists, caricatur caricaturists,
ists, caricaturists, and writers who rank among the
best in the country. It is highly illus illustrated
trated illustrated and printed in colors. It will
keep the whole family cheerful the
year 'round. You can afford to spend
50c. a year to do this. Send this clip clipping
ping clipping and fifty cents today to the Pub Publishers
lishers Publishers of Laff! Dayton, Ohio, for one
year's subscription. The regular price
is $1 and we are making this special
offer to get acquainted. Adv.

SUGAR HA3IMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf

"Ensign" films are the kind, your
friends are using for their small

better. The Court
1-17-tf

cameras. None
Pharmacy.

A M. BOBDITT
NEW. AND SECOND HAN?
Furniture
Bought and Sold.
Farm Tools, Caroline Engines, Wag
ons, Buggies, -Harness, Teds and
Bedding, Stoves, Tinware, Queens
ware, Crockery, Etc
Phone 481
m S. Main Street, Ocala, Fla.

NORRIS CANDY
Ask your neighbor, friend, wife,
sweetheart or even a stranger, about
this candy; alsolutely the best in the
world. To be had only at the Court
Pharmacy. 1-10-tf.

SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-AVoodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala

OPEN ALXi NIGHT

PIANO TUNING
3. E. Frampton, Formerly of
Lamar, Missouri
Is now located In Ocala. 25 years
of my life has been spent in dif different
ferent different lines nf work which I
profess to follow. This experi experience
ence experience coupled with a thorough
course of training: in Piano Tun Tuning,
ing, Tuning, Regulation and how to care
for your piano, is why X ask an
opportunity to prove It by my
work. I profess to be an expert
workman on Pianos, Organs and
Sewing Machines. Drop a card
or call at 229 Daughertr street
until further notice. References
given.

The Merchant's Cafe Is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night

and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie-l

tor.

2-28-tf

W. G. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR k'ili BUILDER,
PLANS FURNISHER
ON APPLICATION
P. O. BOX 46 OCALA, FLA,



will be "-"; i learn that she has
recovers I u cm a recent three weeks
illness, at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. W. W. Harriss. 4

I2Sni;2SS!!!!SI!II5!!!!ISt
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS

(If you have any items for this

Miss Stovall Honored
Miss Bettle Wray 'Mclver was the
lovely hostess entertaining informal informal-lv
lv informal-lv this morning in compliment to
ilisa Geneva Stovall, a petite Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky belle who is enjoying a mid midwinter
winter midwinter visit with her cousin, Miss
-Minnie Stovall.
The sixteen guests were invited to
bring their fancy work bags and for
an hour arid a half the congenial
crowd merrily sewed and chatted in
the parlor and den, fragrant with.
the delicate odor of roses gracefully
arranged in vases. At noon the host host-essserved
essserved host-essserved a tempting salad course,
consisting of fruit salad, wafers,
-olives and salted almonds with which
was pabseu iciicsuius uiau&c auc.
Enjoying the delightful morning
with Miss Mclver and Miss Stovall
were Misses Bessie MacKay,' Alice
Bullock, Minnie Stovall, Mary Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, Hope Robinson, Marie von En En-gelken,
gelken, En-gelken, Ellen Clarkson, Ophelia Saw Saw-tell,
tell, Saw-tell, Mary and Anna McDowell, Beul Beul-ah
ah Beul-ah Hall, Lula Robertson, Lola Mc Mc-Clure,
Clure, Mc-Clure, Annie Davis and Mrs. Fred Frederick
erick Frederick Hocker.
, Mr." and Mrs. G. A. Carmichael
and Dr. E. P. Guerrant will return
tomorrow night from New Orleans,
La., where they went last week to
take Mr. Carmichael to an eminent
specialist. They will be -joined in
Jacksonville by Mr. and Mrs. Ed."
Carmichael. The many friends of
the family will be pained to learn
that the visit to the specialist of that
city has not resulted in the hoped for
benefit to Mr. Carmichael.
Miss Helen Hardee left yesteri
for Jacksonville iwhere .she will
spend the next iaxaonths taking a
business course at Massey College.
Miss E5le Jordan, a popular so
ciety girl of Atlanta, arrived this af afternoon
ternoon afternoon for a visit of several weeks
with Mrs. H. C. Dozier.
Mrs. M. Knapp of New Smyrna,
who has been visiting her daughter,
Mrs. Edmund H. Petter on East 4th
street for the past three months, re returned
turned returned home today. Mrs. Knapp
came here quite ill, but has now en entirely
tirely entirely recovered her health.
-"'.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Carmichael,
their guest, Mrs. iMorris of Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, ; Mrs. B. D. Blackburn and
children and guests, Mrs. Wall and
Miss Hilda Wall of North Carolina,
were passengers this morning on the
City of Ocala for Palatka. From
there they will go to Jacksonville.
Mrs. Morris will remain in the me metropolis
tropolis metropolis a fortnight, Mrs. ; Wall and
Miss Wall will return home and the
others will return to Ocala Friday
night.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead is attending
the school fair now being'held in
Tavares, having gone down on the
afternoon train.
.
Miss Palmer, assistant domestic
science teacher at the State College
for Women, will be in Ocala Monday
and under the auspices of the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Canning Club will dem demonstrate
onstrate demonstrate in the preserving, etc., of
citrus fruits at the Woman s Club.
The lecture and demonstration will
be free to the public.
Mr. L. P. Wilson, the popular tel teller
ler teller at the Munroe & Chambliss Bank,
went to Jacksonville this afternoon
PID you ever stop to think
how wonderful it is that
singly a man's name means
the finest confectionery in
v the world.
No need to mention even "candy'
when you want the best Just
That we are the HUYLERS Store
of Ocala would vouch for our high
standard in other lines, even If we
had not our "20 years of quality"
behind us.
Our stock offers all the most de desired
sired desired
Confections and many novelties.
A box is the key to delight where where-ever
ever where-ever you're goingalways appreci appreciated,
ated, appreciated, always acceptable. Take a
hox along tonight.
T. W. TROXLER

department call phone 106)

on the S. A. L. limited, to accompany,
his mother, Mrs. J. C. Wilson that
far on her way. Mrs. Wilson has
been visiting her son and daughler-in-law
since -Christmas.' She reiides
in.'Aniston, Ala., but goes fronhere
to Montgomery to visit a daughter,
Mrs. Geo. D. Patterson. I
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Social Activities at the Like
A number of Ocala members of
the Lake Weir Yacht Club ittended
the annual meeting of theclub at
Eastlake on Feb. 27. The election
of officers presents the following list
for the ensuing year: Comraodore
H. W. Henry, Oklawaha; vioeX com commodore,
modore, commodore, W. R. Goodwin, Eastlake;
secretary, H. T. Connard, Weirsdkle;
assistant secretary, E. J. Lytle, StaV-
ton; treasurer, J. W. Chapman,
Eastlake;- assistant treasurer (in
charge of all accounts of Ocala mem members),
bers), members), T. B. Pasteur, Ocala. Ex Executive
ecutive Executive committee, the officers of the
club and W. U. Bickley, Weirsdale;
D. S. Woodrow, Ocala; J. R. Josse Josse-lyn,
lyn, Josse-lyn, Eastlake. Members house com committee,
mittee, committee, N. H. DeLane, chairman; J.
G. Lege and J. R. Josselyn, all of
Eastlake. Applications for the use
of the club house for parties should
be made to a member of the house
committee.
At a meeting of the stockholders
of the Lake Weir Club Association,
(incorporated), which owns the club
house and rents It to the club, it was
found that a very gratifying reduc reduction
tion reduction in the debt had been made,
leaving only about 900 to be dis discharged.
charged. discharged. President W. R. Goodwin,
of the association. Commodore H. W.
Henry of the club, and N. W. Harri
son were designated to solicit supple-
ntary subscriptions, in order to
lifl this debt promptly. A fine start
s made, nearly every member
present pledging an additional sub
scription.
A meeting of the executive com committee
mittee committee held on Wednesday, outlined
the program for the rest of January
and February. The club house will
be open on next Saturday afternoon
and evening for informal cards and
tea, from 3 to 5 o'clock, and for an
informal dance in the evening. Mrs.
Goodwin and Miss Ballou of East East-lake,
lake, East-lake, wiU'have charge of the tea. The
commodore's reception will be given
at the club house on Thursday eve evening,
ning, evening, Feb. 5, at, 7: 30, by Commodore
and Mrs. Henry. Each Thursday
afternoon and evening following,
during February, the club house will
be open for informal cards and tea,
from 3 to 5 o'clock, and a dance in
the evening. The formal program
was then drafted: Saturday, Feb. 14,
St. Valentine's Day masked dance.
Only dancers in mask will be allowed
on the floor before 10 o'clock. Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, Feb. 21, Washington birthday
celebration. Picnic supper at 6 p.
m. Address at 7:30. Dancing and
cards at 8. Saturday, March 28,
cake and candy sale, 7:30 p. m., fol followed
lowed followed by dancing and cards.
Inn entertainments thus far plann planned
ed planned will be held at the club house
which is easily reached by the new
hard road through Belleview. A
large attendance of Ocala members
is confidently expected this season.
The program for March has not yet
been prepared.
'
Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Masters,
who have been the guests of rel relatives
atives relatives and friends in Jacksonville
for the past few weeks, will leave to today
day today for their home in Ocala. Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union.
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger continues to
improve from her recent accident.
Miss Fay Campbell left today for
Mount Dora.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A.. Fausett and
Mrs. Mae Bingham left, today for a
visit to Mr. Fausett's place at East East-lake.
lake. East-lake. Mrs. R. A. Alfred, Mrs. L. W. Hen Hendricks
dricks Hendricks and Miss Ruth Hendricks will
go to Port Inglis on the early train
tomorrow morning.
Dr. Y. P. Pillans has been down
from Orlando to see his grandmoth grandmother,
er, grandmother, Mrs. M. A. Pillans, who is ser seriously
iously seriously ill at the home of her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. H. J. Anderson, on New
York avenue. Lakeland Telegram.
Mrs. Pillans is a relative of the
Marion county Pillans family.
Mr. Gene Cox who has been at
Citra with Mrs. Cox and with his
mother, Mrs. W. S. Pike, who is ill
at the hospital, since Thursday, re returned
turned returned to Atlanta this afternoon,
leaving his mother resting comforta comfortably.
bly. comfortably. The friends of Mrs. Nellie Waldo

MfT E. A.,
iui a.
McKay Morrison, both
Uwere f?tly married last evenin
7:30 o'clock at the parsonage of
Riverside Presbyterian church, Rer.
Joseph G. Venabley pastor of the
church," perf ormlnsthe cerelnony.
Miss- Helena SWade was among
the Jacksonville mends of the cou couple
ple couple witnessing the ctremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Osbrne left last eve evening
ning evening for a trip dojrn the East Coast
and to Cuba, where they will spend
their honeymoon, later returning to
Ocala, where they will make their
home.
Both the bride and groom are well
known in Ocala and throughout the
state, and have many friends who
will learn with interest of their
marriage and will extend congratula congratulations
tions congratulations and .best wishes. Times-
Union
Appointments Made "by Sister Car Car-lotta.
lotta. Car-lotta. The following appointments were
made for the current year for state
committee members from Dicklson
chapter United Daughters of the
Confederacy, by the state president:
Organization of new chapters:
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk.
Cook memorial benevolent fund:
Miss Josie Williams.
Florida room: Mrs. Emma Badg Badger
er Badger Green.
Arlington monument: Mrs. J. H.
Livingston.
Shiloh mounment: Mrs. J. R.
Moorhead.
Sub-education: Mrs. E. M. How Howard.
ard. Howard.
Cemeteries: Mrs. R. B. Bullock.
Marianna monument: Mrs. D. E.
Mclver. i
.Memorial window for Florida
room: Mrs. Matilda N. Badger.
'.'
"Mrs. Duval to Entertain
The following invitation issued
this morning announced an anti anticipated
cipated anticipated event of the coming week:
Mrs. Louis Weyman Duval
at home
Tuesday afternoon, February the 3rd
nineteen hundred and fourteen
Mrs. Frederick Roche Hocker
, Miss Lucy Robertson
ACACIAS MAY
PROVE PROFITABLE
Some of the Acacias, a group of
trees with a world circling range, are
so valuable as a source of 'V tannin
and timber, says the department of
agriculture recently 1 isstted,n that
their commercial cultivation in cer certain
tain certain portions of the United States
may prove extremely profitable.
Aside from their value for tannin
and lumber, they are well adapted
to the reclamation of sandy and
semi-desert lands, some species be being
ing being able to thrive with only three
inches of rainfall.
All told, there are about 450 spe species
cies species of acacias, 300 of which are Au Australian
stralian Australian species and the rest scatter scattered
ed scattered over the world principally in Asia
Africa, and America. Australian
acacias were introduced into Cali California
fornia California at about the same time the
eucalypts, too, they are not resis resistant
tant resistant to frost.
With so many species of acacias
there is naturally no form and no
rate of growth common to the whole
group. Some acacias are mere her herbaceous
baceous herbaceous plants; some are towering
trees; most are shrubs; and some, in
fact, are vines or climbers. The lar lar-est
est lar-est acacia grows more than 160 feet
high, with a trunk clear of branches
for 50 or 60 feet and a diameter of
from 2 to 4 feet. Those which are
most used for commercial products,
and .particularly for tannin, do not
need to attain large size or great age
before the products are merchanta merchantable.
ble. merchantable. Many kinds are well adapted to
the reclamation of drifting sand
dunes. This has been demonstrated
on the California coast, clear down
to the ocean beach, directly expos exposed
ed exposed to heavy gales and dense salt
fogs. In the Golden Gate Park, San
Francisco, for example, they have
been chiefly instrumental in making
a magnificent park out of a waste of
drifting sand.
At the present time chief commer commercial
cial commercial value of acacias, says the de department,
partment, department, seems to be forvtanbark,
although the tanbark species have
important by-products. All of the
leading tanbark acacias come from
Australia, where they are generally
known as wattles, from the fact that
they were originally used for weav weav-ingaand
ingaand weav-ingaand wattling the walls of huts.
Actual tannin contents of the three
principal tanbark acacias, as shown
by analyses at the University of Cal California,
ifornia, California, are from 24 to 4 8 per cent
oak and chestnut, the woods prin principally
cipally principally used in this country, yield
from eight to thirteen per cent of
tannin.
Acacia timber is beautiful in grain

Ostrorne!and MrsV

of Octo.

Ginghams, .; ; Percales, "and

IBiro:
no
We Have
Silk and
Beautiful
I
3
O iWO
Ocaillai
Try a
and ; durable in contact with the
ground. Even the smaller species
have a value for tool handles, furni furniture,
ture, furniture, and various other useful and
ornamental objects. Some of the
best species yield a hard, heavy,
close-grain, tough timber compara comparable
ble comparable to walnut and rosewood.
In addition to tannin and tiniber,
many of the acacias produce valu valuable
able valuable by-products. The widely known
gum arabicis derived principally
from the Arabic acacia, though also
from a number of Asiatic and Afri African
can African desert species. Cutch, an astrin astringent
gent astringent gum in constant demand, is an another
other another acacia product. Many other
kinds of gums are yielded by differ different
ent different acacia species. The flowers of
still another species, known as cas cas-sie,
sie, cas-sie, yield a perfume, the manufact-
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Phone, write or call on
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We are buying, selling
and exchanging both
New and Second-hand
Furniture all the time,
and can accommodate
you.
Easy terms made on
enstailment contracts if
you are not prepared to
pay cash.
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West Expo- ition Street,
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very profitable. A full grown tree
yields about 300 pounds of flowpi
Cassle growing utilizes poor -;soiIs
incapable of bearing grain or fruit
crops.
So far, acacias have been planted

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in the United States simply as orna'11 at 55 E. Adams St. 12-31 tt
mentals, and the Information secur-! r,. x.-,,, "...
ed from a study, of these does not I, ,DA sma11 ro11 t0P
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of the trees under closely ; planted 5;f- ,Address -.are Evening

commercial conditions. Yet success
f ul acacia plantations have been
made in other .countries, and it
seems not unlikely, according to the
officials of the department, that they
can be madea success in this coun country.
try. country. Their cultivation will have to
be confined, of course, to the com comparatively
paratively comparatively frostless regions of the
gulf coast, the southwest, and Cali4
fornia.
CHILD'S PAINS
A foul, disagreeable breath, dark
circles around the eyes, at times fev feverish,
erish, feverish, with great thirst, cheeks flush flushed
ed flushed and. then pale, abdomen swollen
with sharp cramping pains are all
indications of worms. Don't let (

your child suffer Kickapoo Worm, FOR RENT A small store room
SiSE-S&i-S tti'.ffift .,': Boor, good

adds greatly to the health of your
child by removing the dangerous
and Tdisagreeable effect of worms and
parasites from the system. Kickapoo
Worm Killer as a health producer,,
should be in every household. Per Perfectly
fectly Perfectly safe.' Buy a box today. Price
25 cents. All druggists or by mail.
H. E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia,
or St. Louis. Adv
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
W.'-W. Harriss and M., J. Roess of
Ocala, were among those registered
at the White House yesterday.
Gainesville Sun.
'ASSESSMENT NOTICE
Ocala, Fla., Jan. 27, 1914.
The law provides taht all city tax
assessments must be made to the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned on or before the 1st day
of February 1914. All property
owners in both the old and new lim limits
its limits of the city will please make re returns
turns returns at once at the city clerk's of office.
fice. office. H. C. Sistrunk,
1-27 Clerk and Assessor of Ocala.

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--It Pays
UNCLASSIFIED ADS
lost Found Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Heeds
FOR RENT Furnished rooms;
POSITION WANTED Competent
white woman desires position in pri private
vate private family to do housework or care
for children. Wages can be satis satisfactorily
factorily satisfactorily arranged. Apply to Rev.
W. H. podge or Rev. Bunyan; Steph Stephens.
ens. Stephens. l-28-6t
- RAGS WANTED- The Star office
f sJ4u.rv. VyVJ x x J rags IOr
use in. cleaning fup presses and ma machinery.
chinery. machinery. 12-12-tf
FOR RENT A seven room house,
good location on Oklawaha avenue.
Possession will be given' on Feb. 1st.
Phone 6." 618 Oklawaha ave. 14-12t
location. Apply to C. R. Kreger.
1-24-Ct
FOR RENT Three or four furnished-rooms
for light housekeep housekeeping;
ing; housekeeping; .two open hearths and two flues;
Lath, etc; up-stairs; also use pf gar-,
age.; : Apply to 716 S. Fifth street
Phone 288. l-24-6t
- FOR RENT Upstairs five-room
apartments unfurnished; lights, wa water,
ter, water, etc.; conveniently located. Apply
t.- T; C. Carter at Carter's Bakery,
North Main street. l-26-6t
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. FLORID

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THE OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1914

Under the new primary lawy every man in
Marion County; if he is, to vote in any of the
elections, must! go in person to the registration
officer and register.
Though you nave been registered andj vot voting
ing voting for 20 years, you must register again in the
new books. Mr. D. M. Barco, the registration
officer, will be in Lib Qffice in the court house,
every day from Monday noon to Saturday noon
of each week from now till

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Merfc lave
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Not RegilifeM 1m Cannot

NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that we, the
tindersisrned on the 10th day of Febru
ary. 1914. will apply to the governor
of the state of Florida at Tallahassee,
the capital, for letters patent to issue
under the following proposed charter.
K. S. KOUJ2KS, 1-1
W. M. WILSON.
. FRANK D. SANDERS
EDNA WEBER.
COPY OF THE PROPOSED CHARTER
OF FLORIDA TITLE &. ABSTRACT i
CORPORATION
We, the undersigned, hereby asso associate
ciate associate ourselves together for the purpose
of becoming Incorporated under the
laws of the state of Florida applicable
to corporations for profit.
ARTICLE L
Same
The name of this corporation shall
be Florida Title and Abstract Corpora Corporation,
tion, Corporation, and its principal place of busi business
ness business shall be in the city of Ocala, MaT MaT-ion
ion MaT-ion county, Fla., but it may establish
offices and branches in. such other
place or places as it shall deem desir desirable
able desirable In the conduct of its business. y- ij
ARTICLE If ;
nuslneM
Th reneral nature of the business
to be transacted by this corporation
shall be to make and sell abstracts of
title to lands, to issue title certificates
and title guarantee policies, and to do
all other things usually Incident and
ecessarv to such title and abstract
work; to act as agent of the owner in
the renting, selling, general care ana
handling of real estate and personal
property; to loan its own funds and to
act as agent of others for the loaning
perty, ana as sucn ageni iw cnrg
nd csUct jrommlssions for such ser-
tjf, as trustee under mort-
, d of trust on either real
VersoMl property, and to- execute
tkr.d deliver rlpa?pa thereof, and do
trustee; to act as trustee, assignee, or
receiver for persons, co-partnerships,
corporations or estates, either by in individual
dividual individual appointment or by order, of
court, and to be vested with all the
nu atL;ffliefirr0fl
powers ana authority conferred upon
such officer by law or otherwise; to
buy, sell or lease and deal in real and
personal property, and to mortgage
the same; to-deal in bonds, stocks and
mortgages; to purchase its own pre preferred
ferred preferred stock and retire the same, and
to reissue same as needed; to buy or
lease abstract plants and equipment, j
anu pay lor same euner in casa ornr
the stock of the company.
ARTICLE III.
Capital Stock T
The amount of capital stock of this
ornoration shall b ON'R HITXDREn
THOUSAND ($100,000) DOLLARS. Udlfl
vided into one thousand shares of the
par value of one hundred dollars each.
payable in cash or property, labor orfj
services at a just valuation tnereor to
be fixed by the board of directors at a
meeting called .for such purpose. Of
the one thousand shares of stock, five
hundred shares shall j be preferred
stock, and five hundred shares shall be-
common stock. The preferred stock
shall receive from the net earnings of
the company an eight per cent annual
cumulative dividend before any divid dividend
end dividend is paid upon the common stock.
Out of any remaining net earnings the
preferred stock and the common stock
shall each receive equally up to a four
per-cent additional dividend, and any
additional net earnings shall belong
entirely to the common stock, but the
common stock shall not receive in any

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one" year a dividend in excess of eight
per-icem until there has been created
and hereafter maintained a surplus
cat uiuga iuuu c4uai rig a i per
centoon all issued preferred stock. The
'corporation shall have the right after
poration to retire any or all of the out
standing preferred stock by payment
to the owner thereof the par value of
such stock plus ten per cent The
corporation's intention to retire any or
ail of the said preferred stock shall be
evidenced by its written notice of such
intention mailed to the last known ad address
dress address of the holder of the stock so to
be .retired at least ninety days before
the annual dividend payment day on
which such retiring is to be made.
Preferred stock as to which such no notice
tice notice 'has been given shall- not be eligi eligible
ble eligible to participate in the earnings from
and after the retirement date set forth
in such, notice, and the funds for the
redemption thereof shall be deposited
by the treasurer of the company sep separate
arate separate and apart from all other funds
of the corporation, and shall be used
only for such retirement purposes. The
preferred stock last issued shall be the
first to be retired, and all retirements
shall be in that order.
. ARTICLE IV.
Term
' The term for which this corporation
shall exist is ninety-nine years.
ARTICLE V.
Of fleers
The. business of this corporation
shall be -conducted by a president, a
vice president, a secretary, a treas treasurer,
urer, treasurer, and a board of five directors. The
directors shall be chosen annually by
the stockholders at the annual meeting
held on the second -Thursday in Febru February
ary February of each year. The manner of the
choice of all other officers shall be
prescribed by the by-laws. The office
of secretary and treasurer may be held
by one person. The following named
officers shall conduct the business of
thi3 corporation until those elected at
the first annual meeting shall qualify;
President, R. S. Rogers.
Vice-President, W. M. Wilson.
- tSecreary,. Frank D. Sanders..
, Treasurer, R. S. Rogers.
Board of directors. R. S. Rcfgers. W.
M. Wilson. Frank D. Sanders, O. E.
Aharn- Edna Weber,
,
ARTICLE VI.
Indebtedness
The highest amount of indebtedness
or'liability to which this corporation
shall subject itself is one hundred
thousand dollars.
ARTICLE VII.
Subscription
The names and places of residence of
the- subscribers to the capital stock,
and the number of shares of stock
subscribed for by each, are as fol-
S. Rogers. Ocala. Florida. 4fln
shares.
UV.: 'Ml Wilson, Ocala, Florida, 10
shares.
FTank D. Sanders, Ocala, Florida, 10
shares.
Edna Weber, Ocala,
shares.
O. E,4,Ahearn, Ocala,
shares.
Florida,
Florida,
10
10
State of Florida,
Marion County.
Before the undersigned authority
personally came R. & Rogers, W. M.
Wilson. Frank D. Sanders and Edna
Weber, to me well known to be the In Individuals
dividuals Individuals described in and who sub subscribed
scribed subscribed their names to the foregoing
articles of incorporation, and acknowl acknowledged
edged acknowledged to me, each for himself, that he
signed his name thereto and subscrib-

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ed for the amount of capital stock set
opposite his name.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and official seal this the
9th day of January, A. D. 1914.
(Notary Seal) HENRY D. STOKES,
Notary. Public.
My commission expires- June 5,
1917. 1-10-sat
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-1 3-tf
The Weekly Star's
BEST
Clubbing Offer,
Collier's
The National Weekly
First Time
in Clubs
Until this year
CottierM has been
sold at $5.50. Now
the price is $2.5C
and we have secured
a concession where whereby
by whereby we can offer it
at a still further
reduction in con connection
nection connection with this
publication.
Special Offer to Oar Readers
Recognizing the (treat demand for Collirr't at
the new price, we have n-ade arrangements to
offer it and our wn rullication each cue year
far the price of Co'Her't s!ortf This is a limited
offer and must be taken advantage of promptly.
What Yoa Get ja Collier's
Collier's is the one hig. independent, fearless
weekly of the wi ote country. Not only is it the
good citiz-'n's handbook but it is also a
magazine fur the whole f; mily. Among the
things that a year's subscription gives arej
1000 Editorial
60O News Photo
250 Short Article
150 Short Stone
100 Illustrated Feature
2 Complete Novel
Collier's $2.50)
Weekly Star 1.50 j $2.50
ADDRESS
Ocala Weekly Star
Subscription Department,
Ocala, - Florida

Colljeji

IMHOFF

IMS

(9y Alex H. Twoqibly, Civif Eng.)
The disposal pf sewage presents
two problems the. disposal tJ Jiquids
and the disposal of solids. The aver
age sewage contains more than 99.9
per cent, water, and less than 1-10
of one per cent -solid matter,
The Imhoff tank accomplishes two
Important things. It separates the
liquids form the solids and It reduc
es the solids to a form in which they
can be handled safely.
The Imhoff tank is divided into
two compartments, "typical section,"
and upper compartment thru which
the fresh sewage flows slowly so that
the solid matter contained in it
which is capable ol being settled
falls by gravity to the bottom of the
upper compartment, and thence by
an outlet in its hopper bottom into
the lower compartment. The fresh
sewage passes thru the upper com
partment in from one hour and a
half to two hours, which time is so
short that no septic action takes
place and the effluent running away
from the tank has not fermented.
In a settling tank without two
compartments, the fermentation of
the solid matter which is settledJ to
the bottom causes gases to arise
which, passing thru the sewage pre prevent
vent prevent complete settling of the solid
matter. In the Imhoff tank the solid
matter settles to the lower compart compartment
ment compartment and the gasses arising from
fermentation, pass outside of the up upper
per upper compartment to the atmosphere,
thus causing no interference with
the settling action in the upper
compartment. Result- prove that in instead
stead instead of settling the usual 50 or 60
per cent, of such solid matter, as can
be settled, that in the Imhoff tank
the settling reaches 96 to 98 per
cent. ''
The gases which come away from
an Imhoff tank are mainly carbonic
acid gasses and march gas, both of
which are odorless. In contrast to
this the gases which come off from
single shallow tanks are apt to con contain
tain contain lai'gV quantities of hydrogen sul sulphide,
phide, sulphide, which is very offensive.
The Imhoff tank is so constructed
that the solids which have been re removed
moved removed from the sewage remain in
the lower v compartment for three
months longer, at the end of which
time the destruction of non-resistant
brganirrmatter and germs has been
accomplished to such a degree that
an odorless, sludge can be discharged
thru the outlet .pipe directly from
the tank without further purifica purification,
tion, purification, At the end of about three
months, a part of the sludge is re removed
moved removed from the bottom of the tank
at frequent intervals, 4 so that the op operation
eration operation of the tank becomes practi practically
cally practically continuous, new sludge form forming
ing forming on top of the older sludge and
gradually taking the place of the
older sludge at the bottom as it is
removed.
.The disposal of sludge has been
the, most difficult problem -with
which to contend, as the sludge has
a strong odor and is very slimy, caus
ing a nuisance.
The methods of disposing of
sludge in general use have been to
carry it to sea in barges where pos possible,
sible, possible, to transport it in tram cars to
uninhabited sections and to dump it,
after removing as much water as Is
possible by the sand Alteration on'
drying beds or by the filter presses.
These methods are more or less
productive of odors and nuisance.
The sludge from the Imhoff tank
when drawn tru the sludge outlet,
has only a faint odor similar to tar,
which disappears in a short time,
leaving the sludge with an odor sim similar
ilar similar to garden soil. The sludge is
run on to drying beds consisting of
about 12 inches of gravel under under-drained,
drained, under-drained, where the sludge rapidly
dries. Ordinarily the sludge form
other systems requires from six to
seven months to dry, but the sludge
from the Imhoff tank on account of
slime and its peculiar consistency
dries in from three to ten days, when
it can be shoveled into carts or tram
cars and dumped upon any waste or
fill land without annoyance from
odors or danger from fermentation.
The amount of sludge is only about
one-fifth of that ordinarily obtained,
as its destruction has been more
complete, and he aniount of water
contained in the sludge averages
about 75 per cent, against an ordi ordinary
nary ordinary average of 95 per cent, in other
sludges.
The effluent form the upper com compartment
partment compartment can be run directly to sea,
or where it is necessary to give it
further treatment can be passed
over a trickling filter which consists
of a bed of stones about six feet
deep, under-drained, upon which the
effluent is distributed by sprinkler
heads. This process thoroughly aer aerates
ates aerates the effluent. In its progress
thru the stone bed the bacterial ac action
tion action on the surface of the stones as assists
sists assists in rendering the final effluent
non-putrescible and stable.
The Imhoff tank thus accom

plishes the separation of the liquids
and the solids and reduces the solids
to a sludge which is handled without
danger or without nuisance from
odors. ':.-' :-''. -x
The liquid effluent from which the
solids have been separated is then
treated by well established methods
such as the trickling filter or con-"
tact filter, so that it is rendered non non-putrescible
putrescible non-putrescible and stable. This treat treatment,
ment, treatment, iiowever is unnecessary where
a sufficient body, of water is moving
to oxidize the effluent as it comes
from the Imhoff tank.

NOTICE!
Owing to the fact that our. milk
supply has been cut. down so that we
will not have a sufficient quantity
for our dispensing purposes, we will
not be able to fill any orders for
either pints or quarts.
This applies to all.
Respectfully,
1-15-tf . Gerig's Drug Store.
Indispensable Plow.
Plowing is the father of-Industries,
the indispensable primary operation
upon which civilization has depended
from the earliest ages, and the plow Is
thus the most useful and necessary im implement
plement implement which has ever been designed
by mankind for his, own advancement.
Without' the plow agriculture is im impossible,
possible, impossible, and without agriculture no
industry can exist From "Electricity
for the Farm and Home," by Frank
Xoester.
AN IDEAL WOMAN'S LAXATIVE
Who wants to take salts, or castor
oil, when there is nothing better
than Dr. King's New Life Pills for
all bowel troubles. They act gently
and naturally on the stomach and
liver, stimulate and regulate the
bowels and tone up the entire sys
tem. Price 25 cents. At all drug druggists.
gists. druggists. H. E. Bucklen & Co., Phila Philadelphia,
delphia, Philadelphia, or St. Louis. Adv
Where Women Run Cart.
The suggestion that women may be
employed as street car. conductors in
Philadelphia has brought out. the fact
that the women of Latin America,
usually thought of as sheltered, retir retiring
ing retiring and unprogressive, have been do doing
ing doing this kind of work for years. Dur-
'ing the war between Chili and Peru,
When all the men of Chili were need needed
ed needed at the front, women took their
places on the street cars, and San Santiago,
tiago, Santiago, Valparaiso and several other
cities have had women condrctors
Ter since. ;
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrowr Company
Selling Agents
' Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-1 3-tf
DEPRESSED SPIRITS
Everyone Has It Within His Power
i to be Happy
A celebrated French physician has
said that "a man's liver Is the baro barometer
meter barometer of his disposition."
Every man and every woman
knows that a cheerful smile Is a big
factor in one's success.
Everyone should know that the
disordered liver Is cause of ninety
per cent of human ills. Lazy Over Overworked
worked Overworked livers are the prime causes
of headaches, indigestion, constipa constipation
tion constipation and dozens of other ills.
But the inactive liver always warn
By coated tongue, sour stomach, dull
eye and even laziness. Heed your
warning and you inpure happiness
to yourself and reflect it upon your
associates. Calomel used to do.
Modern day science has found a bet better
ter better way in Carswell's Liver-Aid
which is a pure vegetable remedy on
sale under guarantee of money re refund
fund refund at 50 cents for large bottle.
Ask the Court Pharmacy about it.
1. Adv.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Adv.'
CONCERNING CLEAN LIVING
Modern Sanitation is a Growing
Good.
No man or woman can perform
full duty to themselves or to others
unless they keep themselves clean
within.
An upset liver or sluggish kidneys
will spoil your work and worth.
Regularly take Carswell's Liver Liver-Aid
Aid Liver-Aid and you will be a new being In
this climate for it will eleanse'your
system as soap will cleanse your
hands.
Carswell's Liver-Aid takes ''the
place of calomel takes its place ex excepting
cepting excepting in the after effects.
It gantly acts right now on the
liter and kidneys and eliminates the
poisons and accumulations.
Results internal cleanliness and
hr means of a pure vegetable com compound.
pound. compound. No danger, no discomfort.
On sale at The Court Pharmacy
in 50 cent bottles. Purchase price
refunded in full if you wish it. But
you wont, when you try thi3 scien scientific
tific scientific remedy. Ada

APPOINTMENTS OP
: ; THE TAX ASSX3302.

I will be at the following places to
receive tax returns for 1914:
;.'. t Febnuur. 1914
Precinct .
SI Martel. 4th. a. m.
4 Cotton Plant. 4th. p. m.
f"SeidtTllle 6th- 10 a. m. to 2 p. m.
24 Dunnellon. fth.
$ Jt0' 7th ii m to!p. m.
20 Blitehton, Sth 10 a. m. to i p. m.
29 Kendrick. 10th. a. .m.
18 Martin. 10th, p. m.
18 Lowell. 11th. m
2 ReddiclC llth, p. 3.
31 Fairfield. 12th, s, u.
3 Fleming-ton. 12tt; p. m.
32 Central. 13th, &. m.
32 Geigr. 13th, p. m.
2l"lcl?tosA4tn 9 m. to Z p. m.
7 -Shady. lth. m.
21 Santos, 17th, t to i 1 m. s
21 Belleview, lftb, 10 a. m. to 3 m.
23-Pedro, Itth. a. m. V p' ft
28 Levon. 18th p. m. $ V
8 Summerfleld lth. a. m. '.
25 Candler, 20th, a. m. ;
usuwana, zuin P- m.- i v-
19 Eastlake, 21st, a, rn.
i weirsaaie, zist, p. m.
10 Moss Bluff. 23rd. a. m,
10 Electrav 23rd, p. m.
11 Lynne, 24th. 8 to 10 a. m.
11 Grahamville, 24tti, 11 a. m. to 1 p.m.
11 Connor, 24th, 1 to 4 p. m.
12 Churchill. 25th. 11 Lm.totp.rn.
27 Eureka, 26th, a. m.
13 Fort McCoy, 28 th, p. m.
13 Burbank. 27th. a. m.
14 Orange Springs. 27th. p. m.
. Mareb, 114
17 Anthony, 2nd. a. m.
26 Sparr, 3rd, a. rn.
13 Pine, 3rd. p. m.
16 Citra, 4th. a. m.
15 XJnadale. 5th, 11 a. tn. to 2 p m.
1 Ocala. 9th to 31st
The law requires all tax returns to
be made by the first day of April. Aft After
er After the books are written tt is impossi impossible
ble impossible to make changes.
gei a list 01 every automobile that
Is registered. ALFRED ATER,
1-23-wkyltf Assessor.
1 Love Is Sfmllar to Sunlight.
How the sunlight seems to watci
for a chance to get through the small smallest
est smallest opening In the clouds! Lortv
which forgives because it is love, and
which waits for every opportunity to.
manifest kindness, is not going to
wait to be asked to forgive. Ignore
the wronrs vou receive und tbinv
the good that has been or yet may be
and the evil will dwindle Into notl
ingness. Robertson.
WONDERFUL COUGH REMEDY
Dr. King's New Discovery Is known
everywhere as a remedy which will
surely stop a cough or cold. D. P.
Lawson, of Edison, Tenn., writes:
"Dr. King's New Discovery Is the
most wonderful cough, cold and
throat medicine I have ever sold in
my store. It can't be beat. It sells
without any trouble at all. It needs
no guarantee." This is true, because
Dr King's New Discovery will re relieve
lieve relieve the most obstinate of coughs
and colds. Lung trouble quickly
helped by its use. You should keep
a bottle in the house at all times for
all members of the family. 50c. and
$1.- AH druggists or by mail, H. E.
Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or St.
Louis. y Adv
Last Known Survivor, of .Tribft.
Andrew Harrison of New -Britain.
Conn., is the last known survivor of
the Mohican tribe of Indians.
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock ( In
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis Visitors
itors Visitors in the city invited to be with as
H. D. -Stokes, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. -Adv.
Invigorating: to the Pale and Sickly
The Old Standard reneral strengthening tonic.
GROVE'S TASTELESS Chill TONIC, drive -ut
Malaria,enriches the blooi, and builds up the ys ys-tsm.
tsm. ys-tsm. A true Tonic. For rln!ts n1 -iildrei. 50c
SUGAR HA3D10CK LANDS 1
Part ridge-Wood row Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala
Puritans Fond of Lase.
In Puritan times, though tho bob bobbins
bins bobbins were carved with texts warning
the workers against the pomps and er errors
rors errors of this wicked world, lace was
still worn to a great extent, the family
of Oliver Cromwell in particular hav having
ing having a decided penchant for the mors
costly varieties, and after his death
his body was clothed, in a garment
more richly trimmed with c lace and
ermine than that of any king before
him. v .-- v,
FOR FROST BITES AND CIL1PPED
SKIN
-For frost bitten ears, fingers and
toes; chapped hands and lips, chil chilblains,
blains, chilblains, cold sores, red and rough
skins, there's nothing to equt uck uck-len's
len's uck-len's Arnica Salve. Stops the pain at
once and heals quickly. In every
home there should be a box handy
all the time. Best remedy for all.
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THE
Ne'er-Do-Well

By
REX BEACH
Author of
"The Spoilers," "The Barrier,
The Silver Horde, Etc
Copyright. 1310, 1311, by Harper At
Brothers.
(Continued from Page Fire)
TDe art-man rney nau uespou,i oe oe-gan
gan oe-gan to drnjr at the lusf from a safe
distance. Int when Kirk made as if to
turn the nozzle upon him He fwanifered
away amid the jeers of the crowd. A
few moments later the American feit
a hand niton his arm and saw an angry
policeman who Was evidently ordering:
him back Kehind him tood the ex excited
cited excited nozzleman with two -ompauions
"lie says you should return the 'ose
where you found it." Allan translated.
-Leave us alone." Kirk replied. "You
fellows help the others. We'll attend
to this." .More rapid words and ges gesticulations
ticulations gesticulations followed, in the midst of
which a dapjer. .yoamr man in a uni uniform
form uniform somewhat more impressive than
the others dashed up. flung himself
upon Anthony and endeavored to
wrench the hose from his hands
Meanwhile he uttered epithets in bro broken
ken broken English which the other had no
difficulty in understanding. Kirk
promptly turned the nozzle upon him.
and the mil force of Colon's water
pressure struck him squarely in the
stomach, doubling him up like the kick
of a mule. Down the newcomer went,
then half rolled, half slid across the
street as the stream continued to play
upon him.
"I guess they'll 'keep away now."
laughed Kirk, as be turned back to his
self appointed task.
But an instant later a half dozen po policemen
licemen policemen advanced in a businesslike
manner, and their leader announced.
"Come, you are under arrestl"
-Pinched what for? We're doing
a lot of good here."
" 'Come, queeckf'
"Oh. Lard, my God!" Allan mum mumbled.
bled. mumbled. "1 shall die and kill myself!"
"They won't do anything to us,"
Kirk assured him. "I've been pinched
lots of times. We'll have to quit,
though, and that's a pity. It was Just
getting good
He surrendered the hose to a fire fireman,
man, fireman, who pro'mptly retreated with It
to a discreet position, then followed
his captors, who were now buzzing like
bees.
"Don't get excited," be said to Allan,
noting his frightened look. "They'll
turn us loose all right."
But a moment after I hey were clear
of the town he was surprised to see
that the negro's captors had snapped
"come a longs" upon him in spite of his
repeated promises to go quietly". These
handcuffs. Kirk saw. were of the type
used upon desperate criminals, con consisting
sisting consisting of chains fitted with bandies
so contrived that a mere twist of the
officer's hand would cut the prisoner's
flesh to the bone. The men on each
side of the Jamaican twisted stoutly,
forcing the black boy to cry out in
pain. lie bung back, protesting:
"All right, sar, I'll come. 111 come."
But again they tighjteued their instru instruments
ments instruments of torture and their victim be began
gan began to struggle. At this an evil faced
man in blue struck him brutally upon
the head with his club, then upon the
shoulders, as if to silence his groans.
The boy flung up his manacled hands
to shield himself, and the light from a
He Swung His Fist, and the Man
Hurtled Across the Street.
street lamp showed blood flowing
where the chains had cut,. The whole

piXH-wtlu; m unprovoked, so sick sickening
ening sickening in its crneity. tbat Kirk flew into
a fury and. disregarding "tits own cap captors,
tors, captors, leaped forward before the iolke
man Voufd strike a third time. lie
swnt:g his fist and the man. with the
club hurtled across the street as if
shot from a bow. then lay still ia the
gutter. With another blow he felled
one of the handcuff meul bat at the
same time other hands grasped at him
and he was forced to lay a Unit vigor vigorously
ously vigorously on ill! ides.
They rushed him with the ferocity of
mad dogs, and he knocked them spin spinning,
ning, spinning, one after another. A whistle
blew shrilly, other uniforms came run running,
ning, running, more whistles piped and almost
before he realized It he found himself
in the center of a iiacfc of lean faced
brown men who were struggling to
pull him down and striking at him
with their clnlw. With a sudden wild
thrill he realized that this was no
ordinary street tight; this was deadly:
he mast Iwat off these fellow, or be
killed. But. as fast as he cleared them
away, others appeared as if by magic,
until a dozen or more were swarming
upon him like hungry ant. Time and
again they dragged him off his feet,
only to have him shake them loose.
But he was felled at last, and a mo moment
ment moment later, with bead reeling and wits
flickering, he was dragged to his knees
by handcuffs like those on Allan's
wrists. The pain as the chains bit into
his flesh brought him to his feet de despite
spite despite the blows and kicks that were
rained upon him. crying hoarsely:
"Let me go. eon found you! Let me
gor
But a wrench at the gyves tok the
tight Jut of him. for he felt that the
bones in his wrists must surely be
crushed One side-of his head was
strangely big and numb. A warm
stream trickled down his cheek, but
he had no time to think of his condi condition
tion condition for nis assailants fell upon him
with fresli fnry and he reeled about,
striving to shield himself. Every move movement,
ment, movement, however, was construed as re resistance,
sistance, resistance, and his punishment -continued,
until at last he must have fainted
from pain or' bad his wits scattered
by a blow on the head, for when he
recovered -ousciousness he found him himself
self himself in a filthy, ill lighted room, flung
upon a wooden platform that ran along
the wall, evidently serving as a bed
Near him Allan was huddled, his black
face distorted with pain and ashen
with apprehension.
"Where are "we?" queried Anthony
as he took in the surroundings.
"This is the prison, sar."
"(lee! I'm sick." Kirk lay back
upon the platform and closed his eyes.
"Did they hurt yon much?"
"Oh. yes. Very considerably."
"Sorry I got you into it. Allan. I
never thought they'd be so cranky."
Again he groaned. "1 want a drink."
"Let me get it- Those SpiggotJes will
not give it to you."
Allan went to the door and called to
the guard. An Instant later he re returned
turned returned with a tin cup.
"1 guess they knocked me out." Kirk
said dazedly. "1 never was bit like
that before and Jailed! Say! We
must get out of here. Call the chief or
the man in charge, will you? I can't
speak the language."
"Please, sar. if you h'anger them
they will beat us again."
"Beat! Not here?"
"Oh yes. They might kill us."
"They wouldn't do that!"
"A white mau they killed lahst
h'antumn. and several of my people
have passed away in this prison. No Nobody
body Nobody can 'ear nothing. Nobody knows
what apieus ere."
"Oh. well, they wouldn't dare touch
us I'm an American citizen. Ill notify
the consut."
Housed at the mere suggestion. Kirk
staggered to the door and shouted lust lustily.
ily. lustily. A sergeant appeared with the com command
mand command to be quiet.
"Let me out of here!" loudly demand demanded
ed demanded the prisoner. "I want the chief, or
the alcalde, or somcliody in charge. I
want to know what I'm booked for. I
want to telephone telephone, don't
you understand and arrange bail.
Quick, now!"
But the officer merely frowned at
him. obviously threatening a resort to
force if this outburst did not cease at
once. Then he went away. An hour
passed, and he did not return. Then
another hour followed, and Anthony.

WITO-not give your lad
O 1 the same training?.
"When I was a growing lad, and came
npoa many words in my readies: tLat
I did not understand, my mother, in-
etead of givis? me the definition n hea
I applied to her, uniformly sent me to
. the dictionary to learn it, ar.d in this
way I grrQnai!y learned ruusy things
besides the mcaain of the individasl
word ia Qaestion amoasr otter things,
how to use dlcticasry, and the great
pleasure and advantage there misht -be
ia the use of the dictionary.
Afterwards, when I went to the Tillage t
Echool, my chief diversion, after les lessons
sons lessons were learned and before they
were recited, wes in turning: over the
pazes of the 'Unabridged of those
days. New the most modern Una-Irldced-theXETT
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dictionaries, aad quite euSclrnt fcr
ell ordinary Bscs. ETen those who
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several Tc!ames will yet ad it a great
convenience to have this, which is bo
compact, eo fall, ard so trustworthy
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rrofesscr of the ErIIsh Lansnase end
Literature, Yale Univ. April 23,1311.
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of his drubbing more keenly, renewed
his clamor, with the result that a halt
dozen policemen appeared. From their
demeanor it looked as though they
were' really bent upon mischief, but
Kirk soon saw that an official had
come in answer to his call, tie felt
less reassured when he perceived that
the person In uniform who now step stepped
ped stepped forward was the same upon whom
be had turned the hose earlier In the
evening.
(Continued Tomorrow)
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AUCTION SALE
The undersigned, J. M. Thomas,
as trustee in bankruptcy of the es estates
tates estates of E. P. Rentz and E. P. Rentz
& Sons, hereby gives notice that
pursuant to an order made on the
14th day of January, 1914, by the
Hon. Chas. S. Adams, referee- in
bankruptcy, in the -matter of ii. P.
Rentz & Sons, bankrupts, pending in
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the Southern District of Florida, he
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Thursday, January 29th, 1914
at 10 o'clock a. m at the sales sta stables
bles stables of H. J. Nichols, on Broadway
street, in the city of Ocala, Marion
county, Florida, offer for sale and
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main remain unsold at that time. Said prop property,
erty, property, may be inspected at Silver
Springs, and may be purchased at
private sale from the undersigned, all
sales hereunder to be subject to con confirmation
firmation confirmation of the court.
. J. M. THOMAS,
Trustee in Bankruptcy of E. P.
'Rentz and E. P. Rentz & Sons,
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Notice Is hereby given that on the
14th Day of February, 1914
the undersigned will apply to the gov governor
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hassee, Tallahassee, Florida, for letters patent in incorporating
corporating incorporating "The Doctor McClane In Institute,"
stitute," Institute," under the following proposed
charter, the original of which is now
filed in the office of secretary of the
state of Florida at Tallahassee, Fla.
F. E. McCLANE,
J. C. MASSEY.
G. B. PARRAMORE.
PROPOSED CHARTER
We, the undersigned, hereby asso associate
ciate associate ourselves together for the pur purpose
pose purpose of becoming incorporated under
the laws of the state of Florida, under
the following proposed charter:
ARTICLE I.
The name of this corporation shall
be "The Doctor McClane Institute, and
its principal place of business shall be
in the city of Ocala, Marion county,
Florida but branch offices may be es established
tablished established and its business conducted in
other places in the state of Florida or
elsewhere.
ARTICLE IL
, The general nature of the business
to be transacted shall be to establish
sanitariums and hospitals and medical
institutes for the care and treatment
of any person desiring same:to manu manufacture
facture manufacture and sell all khyds of medicine
and all other articles of merchandise;
to buy and sell real estate and per personal
sonal personal property and to ; buy and sell
stocks and bonds and negotiable in instruments
struments instruments and all other kinds' of per personal
sonal personal property; to acquire, lease rent
or dispose of buildings for the proper
conduct of any business in which this
corporation shall be authorized to. en engage;
gage; engage; and to acquire and in any man manner
ner manner dispose of. mortgage or pledge all
kinds of property, real and personal,
to carry on the business of this cor corporation;
poration; corporation; to borrow money and to se secure
cure secure the same by bonds, notes, mort mortgages
gages mortgages and such other obligations as
may be permitted by law; to have and
enjoy all the rights, powers, privileges
and immunities granted a corporation
under the laws of the state of Florida.
ARTICLE III.
The amount of the capital stock of
this corporation shall be $25,000. divid divided
ed divided into two thousand five hundred
shares of the par value of $10 for each
share. The same shall be paid for in ;
cash or by notes, or in property, labor ;
or services at a just valuation thereof
to be fixed by the board of directors j
of this corporation. i
ARTICLE IV.
This corporation shall exist for a j
period of ninety-nine years. j
ARTICLE V. j
The business of this corporation j
shall be conducted by the president,
secretary, treasurer, a medical director
and a board of directors of not less S
than three nor more than five in num- i
ber. Any two of the above offices may J
be held by one person. The said offi- i
cers shall be elected by the board of t
directors and by an annual meeting by ;
the board of directors. The board of j
directors shall be elected by the stock-
holders at their annual meeting. The j
annual meeting of the stockholders
shall be held on the third Monday of
February of each year beginning with
the year 1914. and the date of said an-
nual meeting may be changed by the
by-laws of this corporation. The direc- i
tors shall meet annually on the same ?
day as the stockholders and as ?oon ';
thereafter as practicable and the date
of the annual meeting of the directors
shall be changed with the change of
the date of said stockholders meeting
and in the same manner. The follow-

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launder them as
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We Sell
BEAVER BOARD,
or Cellisg in
Quality or Price.
Investifjste.
Phone 2C3
I
lng persons shall conduct the business
"of this corporation until the time as
1 the officers thereof are elected and
qualified; F. E. McClane, president and
j medical director; J. C Massey, secre secre-'
' secre-' tary, and G. B. Parramore, treasurer.
I The board of directors shall be F. E.
McClane. J. C. Massey and G. B., Par-
I a uiiivi c
ARTICLE VI. -i
The highest amount of indebtedness
. to which this corporation shall at any
time subject Itself shall be $25,000.
ARTICLE VII.
The names and residences of the
subscribers are as follows, together
with the amount of stock subscribers
have by each;
F. E. McClane. 6500 shares. Ocala.
'Florida.
f J. C. Massey, 2500 shares, Ocala,
Florida.
. G. B. Paramore, 1500 shares, Ocala,
F. E. McCLANE.
J C. MASSEY.
G. B. PARRAMORE.
State of Florida. '""
County of Marlon.
Before me the undersigned authority
personally appeared. F. E. McClane, J.
C. Massey and G. B. Parramore, to me
Tvell known to be the persons describ described
ed described in and who executed the foregoing
charter and who each acknowledged to
me Individually that they signed and
executed the same for the purpose
therein set forth and expressed.
Witness my hand and official seal
thia the Hth day of January, 1914
Seal) J. T. LANCASTER,
Notary Public for the State of Florida
at Large.
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