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The Ocala evening star
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VOL. 21.

OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1914
NO. 26

IMPROVEMENT OF

THE OMAHA
All Members of the Florida Delega Delegation
tion Delegation in Congress Fledged to
the Great Enterprise
The following letters from the
secretary to the various members of
the Florida delegation in. Congress,
and their replies, were read at the
last meeting of the Marion County
Board of Trade:
To the Senior Senator
Ocala, Jan. 14, 1914.
Hon. Duncan U. Fletcher:
Dear Sir: No need to resolute, no
need to encourage your support of
this great waterway project. Your
heart, your time and energy have
been devoted to it from its begin beginning.
ning. beginning. Still we want to urge there be
no delay. Give us the money to-be-gin
work at the very earliest moment.
We are- proud of the success
achieved so far and hope our dreams,
our efTorts, our business life and en endeavor
deavor endeavor will be fulfilled and our im immediate
mediate immediate section come into her great
reward
This being the first move directly directly-benefiting
benefiting directly-benefiting the great interior of our
state, which is the very strength of
Florida, effecting as it does the ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural resources and bringing in into
to into development this untold wealth,
should encourage greater effort on
all to bring it to an early possibility.
Press on, press forward, let the
whole victory be won, and laurels be bedeck
deck bedeck our stalwart sons for the battle
fought. J. D. Rooney, Secretary.
From the Senator's Secretary
Washington, Jan. 17, 1914.
Secretary Ocala Board of Trade:

In the absence of Senator Fletch-jthat

er this is to acknowledge the receipt;
of your letter of January 14, with en enclosure,
closure, enclosure, and to advise you that the
same shall be brought jto the person personal
al personal attention of the Senator upon his
return to the office this coming week.
With best wishes,
Very sincerely your3,
M. E. Hogan, Assistant Clerk.
To the Junior Senator
Ocala, Jan. 13, 1914.
Hon. X. P. Bryan:
? Dear Senator: Ye son of Florida,
her natural offspring. We turn with
pride to hand you our resolution,
and bid you press on. Press for forward;
ward; forward; one more stand and the vic victory
tory victory is ours; one more battle to be
fought and then this great project
will be an assured certainty.
This being the first move directly
benefiting the great interior of our
state, which is the very strength of
Florida, effecting as it does the agri agricultural
cultural agricultural resources and bringing into
development this untold wealth,
should encourage greater effort on
the part of all to bring it to an early
possibility.
Put vour best effort, strongest in-
A,,nnyva a-nA .4 a rsM. ViAV!n fhic a r I
11 uciivc ail u cuucu J L ucuiuu buia ayr
proprlation and the Oklawaha river
project will be no longer a dream,
but actuality. Yours very truly,
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.
The Senator's Reply
Washington, Jan. 17, 1914.
Secretary Ocala Board of Trade.
Dear Sir:, Your3 of the 13th in instant,
stant, instant, in behalf of Oklawaha im
provement, has been received. I. re-
gard the project as a very important
one, and you may be sure that I shall
do all that I can toward securing the
necessary appropriation for its com completion.
pletion. completion. With kindest regards.
Yours very truly,
X. P. Bryan.
To the Chairman of the Rivers and
Harbors Committee
Ocala, Jan. 13, 1914.
Hon. S. M. Sparkman:
Dear Sir: Herewith a set of reso resolutions
lutions resolutions touching the great waterway
movementvof our state.
Our citizens, your constituents
and friends, are mindful of your pub public
lic public expressions on this great question
in your campaign when viewing the
many conditions and projects under
wayl One strong question was that
of the Oklawaha river project, met
the endorsement of the engineers of
the government it would receive at
your hands the necessary recogni recognition
tion recognition and approval, recommending
proper appropriation. Therefore,
we are all looking forward with
great enthusiasm to an early realiza-

tion of our dream3 and the necessary
money to be supplied to make this
project a reality.
This being the first move directly
benefiting the great interior of our
state, which is the very strength of
Florida, effecting as it does the agri agricultural
cultural agricultural resources and bringing in into
to into development this untold wealth,
should encourage greater effort on
part of all to bring it to an early pos possibility.
sibility. possibility. Please give this right-of-way ; it
means so nnicb to our state. If only
this intra-costal canal could have
been in readiness with the opening
of the Panama canal. Thi3 should
give it greater impetus now and we
hope for the recognition and allow allowance
ance allowance to carry it thru as early as pos possible.
sible. possible. Yours very truly,
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.
Mr. Sparkman's Answer
Secretary Ocala Board of Trade.
Dear Sir: I have yours enclosing
set cf resolutions passed by the

Ccala Board of Trade, favoring the
improvement of the Oklawaha river,
which I will lay before the commit committee
tee committee on rivers and harbors, where it
will receive careful and I trust, fav favorable
orable favorable consideration.
Thanking you for the same, and
with assurances of regard, I am.
Yours very truly,
; S. M. Sparkman..
To the Congressman at Large
Ocala, January 14, 1914.
Hon Claude L'Engle.
Dear Sir: A copy of resolutions"
from the Marion County Board of
Trade. We feel you do stand for
that which means progress and up uplifting
lifting uplifting Florida's conditions.
This great waterway project our
citizens have stood behind and work worked
ed worked for so long is now In the balance
to be weighed by the great legisla legislative
tive legislative body of ouf nation. The chair chairman
man chairman of the great rivers and harbors
committee, Mr. Sparkman, heralded
from our court house the glad news
if this Oklawaha, river project
received the endorsement of the
army engineering board his commit committee
tee committee would make the necessary pro provisions
visions provisions and recommend an appropria
tion to carry it out.
Representative Clark, now from
this district, pledged his support to
the carrying out of the legislation
necessary to make this appropriation
effective, when it had met the con conditions
ditions conditions of the engineering board and
was'recommended by this committee.
Having gotten the project on a
bed rock foundation, won't you ral rally
ly rally with all your force and energy
and help to give us this money to
begin immediate work.
The whole state needs this great
endeavor and no act of your official
career will endear you more to our
people than its fulfillment.
This being the first move directly
benefiting the great interior of our
state, which is the very strength of
Florida, effecting as it does the agri agricultural
cultural agricultural resources and bringing in into
to into development this untold wealth,
should encourage greater effort on
the part of all to bring it to an early
Possibility
We feel yOU
will stand by us to
the uttermost.
Yours very truly,
J. D. Rooney, Secy.
Can Count on Claude
Secretary- Board of Trade,
Ocala,, Florida.
Dear Sir: You may count upon
my active and enthusiastic support
of the Oklawaha project. It will be
of incalculable benefit to all Florida
and Ivam with you to the uttermost.
Very truly yours,
Claude L'Engle.
To the Congressman from this
District
Ocala, January 14, 1914.
Hon. Frank Clark.
Dear Sir: Suitable resolutions
enacted in connection with the
great Oklawaha river project, and
our citizens who .are now your
friends and constituents. Remember
Mr. Sparkman's campaign pledges
that if the board of engineers of the
war department endorsed and recom recommended
mended recommended his great committee, of
which he is chairman, would make
the necessary provisions and recom recommend
mend recommend an appropriation to carry it
out.
Thus we are reminded our present
representative, Mr. Clark, has said if
this great question was approved and
recommended as above, then your in influence
fluence influence would carry this necessary
legislation through making possible
the realization of what we have been
working for so long. Rally, now;
marshal your strongest endeavor and
give us at quickest period this appro-

priation, so work can be begun.

means more for Florida than any
other of our waterway projects.
This being the first move directly
benefiting the great interior of oar
state, which is the very strength of
Florida, affecting as it dees the agri agricultural
cultural agricultural resources and bringing into
development this untold wealth,
should encourage greater efTcrt on
part of all to bring it to an early
possibility. Very truly,
J. D. Rooney Secretary.
Mr. Clark Will Vo His Share
Washington, Jan. 21, 1914.
Secretary Ocala Board of Trade.
Dear Sir: I have yours inclosing
resolution -of the Board of Trade
with relation to the Oklawaha river
project and you can rest assured that
I shall do everything in my power to
carry this project to a successful
conclusion. Very truly,
Frank Clark.
REDUCED 118 MIES
Commodities Now Carried Somewhat
Cheaper by the Southern
Express Company
Washington, Jan. 30 Commodity
rates of the Southern Express Com Company
pany Company for the transportation of citrus
fruits, pineapples cantaloupes and
vegetables from points in Florida to
numerous destinations south of the
Ohio and Potomac rivers and east of
the Mississippi river having been
considered in connection with and
substantially reduced In many in instances
stances instances as the result of the conclus conclusions
ions conclusions announced and ordered entered
in the general express investigation
recently conducted by the Interstate
Commerce Commission, no order
will be entered in this case.
PREACHER WAS CARELESS
WITH HIS PISTOL
Macon, Ga., Jan. 30. The Rev.
G. E. Tidwell, a Baptist minister,
stopped to kiss a child good-bye yes yesterday
terday yesterday when a pistol fell from his
pocket. It struck he pavement and
was discharged, the bullet shattering
Tidwell's jaw and crashing into his
brain. He died later.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partrldge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala
XOTICE!
Owing to the fact that our milk
supply has been cut down eo that we
will not hate 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.
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ENTERPRISE
Ordinance Passed by the City Council
as an Inducement to Manufac Manufacturers
turers Manufacturers to Come to Ccala
Be it resolve I by the city council
of the city of Ocala, tha under Sec Section
tion Section 12 of Chapter 4C39, an act to
extend and enlarge the boundaries
and powers of the muncipality known
as Ocala, Marion county, Florida,
which reads as follows: Section 12.
"The said city council shall not
make any appropriations cf money
or ere lit in the way of donation, fes festivities,
tivities, festivities, pageants, excursions, par parades
ades parades or advertising, nor shall they
fce authorized to subscribe for stock
in any corporation, or to give or
lend any money, ail or credit to any
person or corporation whatever, and
they are hereby prohibitel from em employing,
ploying, employing, using or appropriating the
taxes and revenues cf said city or
any ether property belonging there thereto
to thereto in any other manner than for
purposes strictly municipal and local,
and in accordance with the provis provisions
ions provisions of this act; but said city coun council
cil council shall have power in its discretion,
an I as an inducement for the estab establishment
lishment establishment of manufacturing enter-
nriKP'S in sH Htv tr pypmnt tha!
property of such manufacturing
companies or enterprises for a term
not to exceed ten years from all city
taxes under such regulations as it
may provide by special ordinance in
each case." That all manufacturing
enterprises employing fifty hands de desiring
siring desiring to locate in this city in the
year ending 1914, be and are hereby
exempt from all city taxes for five
years; for, one hundred hands, ten
years.
I hereby certify that the forego foregoing
ing foregoing is a true and correct copy of the
resolution it purports to be as pass passed
ed passed by the city council January 20,
1914. H. C. Sistrunk,
City Clerk of Ocala.
OKLAHOMA COURT UPHELD
United States Court Decided that
Jim Crow Car Law is Valid
St. Louis, Jan. 30. The "Jim
Crow" law of Oklahoma was upheld
by the United States court of appeals
In a decision handed down yesterday.
The court affirmed the decision of
the district court at Kansas City,
which refused to award William J.
Tompkins, a negro, damages of $50, $50,-000
000 $50,-000 because of an attempt to enforce
the Jim Crow law against him.
Tompkins bought a ticket from
Kansas City to McAlester, Okla.,
over the Missouri, Kansas and Texas
Railrcad. He also bought a Pullman
ticket. When the train reached the
OCALA.
Wafcli The Star.

Oklahoma line Tompkins was in informed
formed informed that he must leave the
"white" car and enter the negro
coach. He refused to do eo and was
ordered off the train. A disturbance
resulted and Tompkins Was arrested
and fined $15.

PAIICHO VI LLA TALKS
LIKE A PATRIOT
Is Fighting to Free His Country and
Xot for His Own Aggrand Aggrandizement
izement Aggrandizement Jaurez, Mex., Jan., 30. General
Francisco Villa, military commander
cf the rebel forces, disclaims any am ambition
bition ambition to become president cf Mexico
in the event the revolution is suc successful.
cessful. successful. He said he did not want to
overshadow General Carranza, whom
he recognizes as the leader of the
revolution.
"Should General Caranza become
president he would receive my sup support
port support and I would obey his com commands,"
mands," commands," said Gen. Villa.
General Villa's Interview was giv given
en given yesterday in his little plastered
adobe house, where he went immedi immediately
ately immediately on his arrival from Chihuahua.
On the floor in th6 front room, where
he stood, were sixteen bags, each
containing ten thousand Mexican
dollars, and on the window sill were
half a dozen newly purchased dia diamond
mond diamond rings, still glittering in their
plush boxes. The coin was purchas purchased
ed purchased from the banks of El Paso for
use in Chichuahua, where silver has
been scarce, and the diamond rings
were presents- from various rebel
commanders. )
In Accord With His Chief
Gen. Villa was garbed in a newly
made olive green uniform, the first
tailor-made uniform he ever wore.
He listened with a blank, credulous
expression to questions put to him,
but he answered with a show of
characteristic fierceness In his
clinched fists and black, gleaming
eyes. ' '
'I have never been in anything
but the fullest accord with General
Carranza," said Gen. Villa. "I never
had any personal ambition to reach
high office. I am a fighting man
only, and I am fighting for the liber liberation
ation liberation of my country, not to elevate
myself. I am only a soldier under
command of my chief, and I shall
obey him whatever his orders may
be. If he becomes president and
tells me to go out of the country, I
will do it instantly. Xo greater
proof of my los'alty to Gen. Carranza i
could be asked.
"I wish all the nations of the
world to know that I an not fighting
to make myself president" and
here Gen. Villa brought both clench clenched
ed clenched fists thru the air by way of em emphasis
phasis emphasis "we are not fighting to
make any more presidents, but we
hope once for all to save our country
from spoilation and ambitious Indi Individuals.
viduals. Individuals. We are spreading the ideal3
or a republic and we are exterminat exterminating
ing exterminating those who oppose us.
"In a few months we have liberat liberated
ed liberated half of Mexico, and in a few more
we shall liberate the other half."
To Start a Rebel Mint
Gen. Villa came to Juarez to ne negotiate
gotiate negotiate with business interests for
the resumption of industry in Chi Chi-hauhau
hauhau Chi-hauhau state and also to procure
small coin for circulation. He plans
to start a rebel mint and a bank as
soon as possible. He said on his re return
turn return to Chihauhau he would prepare
personally to command an attack on
Torreon.
Bonales Sandoval, who is reputed
to have been on a mission to create
an alliance between Gen. Villa, and
the Felix Diaz faction, returned from
Chihauhau with Villa. Sandoval
said he would go to Mexico City.
Various sums of money were said
to have been paid the rebels for the
safe conduct to the border of 48
members of the Terrazas family.
Among the late refugees were Mrs.
Luis Terrazas, wife of one of the
richest men in Mexico; many grand grandchildren
children grandchildren and thirty servants. Luis
Terrazas, Jr., is still held in Chihua Chihuahua.
hua. Chihuahua. I A trainload of rebels today was
sent to Guzman, 58 miles south of
the border, to learn the fate of pas passengers,
sengers, passengers, including 25 Americans,
who were reported held up by Maxi Maximo
mo Maximo Castillo's bandits on the Mexican
Northwestern Railroad. Among the
Americans were George Rotxt Ledge,
(Concluded on Page Five)

L FUNDS
THE FARMERS
Can be Had by Cooperation if Sen Senator
ator Senator Fletcher's Rural Credits
Bill Passes Congress
Washington, Jan. 30. The ad administration
ministration administration rural credits bill was
introduced in Congress yesterday by
Senator Fletcher and Representative
Moss, representatives of the commit committee
tee committee which went to Europe to study
the question.
The measure would establish In
the treasury department a bureau of
farm land banks and make provision
for organization of such institutions
in any state in the federal inspec inspection.
tion. inspection. 'V .
A group of state farmers mignt or organize
ganize organize cooperative farm and banks
wjth power to issue bonds to raise
funds. They would be strictly pro prohibited
hibited prohibited from doing a "city business."
Loans to farmers might not ex exceed
ceed exceed 50 per cent, of the value pi Im Improved
proved Improved land nor extend more than
thirty-five years. No institution
could begin business without a foun foundation
dation foundation capital and double liability as
provided for national banks. , The
amount of long term business"
which might be undertaken by any
of the proposed banks could not ex exceed
ceed exceed fifteen times the amount of
paid. up share capital and surplus.
They might accept and pay Interest
on deposits not exceeding fifty per
cent of the capital and surplus and
receive deposits of postal savings
funds to the same extent.
The report submitted with the bill
was drafted by Senator Fletcher,
chairman; Senator Gore, Representa Representative
tive Representative Moss of Indiana, Dr. John Lee Lee-Coulter
Coulter Lee-Coulter of Minnesota, of the census census-bureau,
bureau, census-bureau, and other members of the;
rural credits commission.
T or F
Is Low Because the 3Iost Expensive'
Machinery in Making Them
is .Used
Detroit, Mich., Jan. 30 The work
of turning out Ford cars abounds in?
minute details of production which
saves precious minutes.
A unique method is used to test
cylinders to ascertain If they have
been bored accurately to the thou
sandth of an inch, this simply al allowing
lowing allowing for the movement of the
piston head.
By old machinery methods the
cylinder was bored out and the
piston head turned and then one was
fitted to the other. When Ford pro production
duction production ran up into the hundreds of
motor cars per day it was obviously
impossible to test in this vay, as the
cylinders were bored in one part of
the plant while the pistons were be being
ing being turned a great distance away.
A device was therefore worked out
in which an electric globe is used to
make the test. When a cylinder has
been bored to the correct size it is
slid over an electric globe. A piston
guage of the exact size of a piston
head is then slid into the cylinder
and the tester examines it carefully
to ascertain if any light leaks around
the guage. If there is no sign of
light it means that the cylinder has
been" bored properly, but If light
shows the cylinder is rejected as de defective.
fective. defective.
No matter how-carefully a motor
has been tested before assembly It is
always hard to start when the assem assembling
bling assembling is finished. This has always
meant laborious cranking or the
spinning of the motor by a self-starter
in the plants whose product is
equipped with a starter.
The difficulty was solved at the
Ford plant at Detroit in a unique
manner. Pulley wheels revolving at
high speed were sunk flush with the
floor in the assembly room. Wrhen a
car had been set up (and In the
rush season they are going thru at
the rate of 1,000 per day) no effort
is spent on turning the entire engine
by ordinary means, but the rear
wheels are placed on the floor pul pulleys,
leys, pulleys, after the gear has been meshed.
This soon warms the motor and
when the first puff announces that
the engine is working itself the car
Is released from the pulleys and run
out on the loading platform.
Annual unredeemed pledge sale at
B. Goldman's. Why pay more? 1-28-3

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THE OCALA 'EVEXIXCJ STAR. FRIDAY; JANXARY 30, 1014

OCALA OCCURRENCES J

You ca nget your pictures framed J
at The Murray Company, l-29-3t
Dr. McLane Is in Tampa in the In Interests
terests Interests of the Tampa branch of his
work.
One Singer sewing machine in
good order for $10 at B. Goldman's.
Why pay more? 1-2 8-3 1
Roy Galloway's friends are glad
to see him out again after his recent
Illness.
Call phone zvi it you wish to ex exchange
change exchange furniture. il-20-tf
The Baptist meetings are well at attended
tended attended and attracting much inter interest.
est. interest. DR. AY. K. IiAXB Specialist, Eye
Gar, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building. Ocala Adv.
Dr. A. G. Coogler, a noted phy physician
sician physician of Brooksville, was a business
visitor In the city yesterday.
Fresh bread, cakes and pies every
day; delivered to any part of the
city. Hejnt Bakery. 12-31-tf
Mr. Hale, the wounded man at the
hospital, passed a bad night, but his
condition is more favorable today.
Subscribe for your magazines at
'The Murray Company. l-29-3t
Ball-bearing skates for $1.50 at B.
Goldman's. Why pay more? l-28-3t
Call phone 291 if you have second second-.han?
.han? second-.han? furniture to sell. 11-20-tf
Messrs. I. S. Mitchell, O. X. Camp Campbell
bell Campbell and L. Harrison, members of the
Homosassa fishing club, passed thru
today, on their way home to Atlanta.
All are friend! of Dr. Walter Hood,
and had a visit with the doctor ; be between
tween between trains.
Dry batteries, guaranteed full
strength for 19c. at B. Goldman's.
..Why pay more? l-28-3t
' Call phone 455 if in need of plain
or fancy dress making.. 1-8-tf.
: Don't forget the typewriter sup supplies,
plies, supplies, all kinds, at The Murray Com Company.
pany. Company. 1-2 9-3 t
Call phone 291 If you want to buy
furniture. ll-20-t
You can get the best typewriter,
the Royal, for $75.00 at The Murray
Company. l-29-3t
If you are interested. In furniture
. read ad on page 6. 11-20-tf
Ts "The Judgment Day" a twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four "hour day? What eay the Scrip Scriptures
tures Scriptures on this subject? Hear Mr.
Smith at' the court house Sunday,
Feb. 1st, at 3 p. m. Seats free. No
collection. 1-3 0-2 1
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OCALA, FLA.
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For sale 50 improved farms,
W 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,
IRVIXE, FLORID

SLICED

AMATEUR MIXSTREIS MEET
: AT THE ARMORY

The Qcala minstrels are to hold a
rehearsal at the armory this evening.
All members should be present and
take part.
LIGHT'S HAT IS IX THE RIXG
Our friend L. S. Light was in to
see us this afternoon and told us in
strict confidence that he wanted to
go to Congress. If he starts to run,
we guess he will drum up quite a
number of votes in Marion county
and maybe some in the other coun counties.
ties. counties. PUT THEM TO WORK
It has become quite a fashion late lately
ly lately to allow the negroes sentenced by
the recorder for vagrancy to stay in
jail instead of putting them out on
the streets to work. There are two
or three idlers in the city jail being
fed at public expense now. Of course
that is just what they want, and is a
premium on their laziness. Put them
to work.
This morning Fire Chief Cham Chambers
bers Chambers arranged with Miss Xellie Stev Stevens
ens Stevens to give a fire drill at the primary
school. The alarm was turned in
and making the run In double quick
time, the fire department found the
children in line marching down the
steps of the school building when it
arrived. Headed by Mr. Chambers,
the firemen dashed up the steps be between
tween between the lines of children, carrying
the extinguishers. Every one was
out of the building in less than a
minute. Mr. Chambers said he was
more excited than any one for he
was afraid there might be a panic,
but not a child stepped out of the
line and there was no confusion.
Miss Stevens and her assistants are
due much praise for the training
they have given the pupils in the fire
drill.
If you want shoes without the
"extra touches," which raise the
price and lower the value, see our
children's, misses' and ladies' shoes
for spring. Little's Shoe Parlor,
West Broadway. l-28-6t
This afternoon the second series
of examinations in the city public
school were completed, which means
that half of the school term is com completed.
pleted. completed. When the members of the board
of trade arrived at headquarters last
night to hold their meeting, they
found a number of tourists in the
room. They were looking over the
exhibits .with much Interest and
seeking for information. Six of
them were from Rhode Island. All
went south on the 8:45 A. C. L.
train.
WAXTED Several sections of
second-hand sectional book case, oak
finish. Address "Book case," care
Star. l-30-6b
The Star recommends to the in incoming
coming incoming postmaster that one of the
first things he does is to have a big
mail box put at or near the board of
trade rooms. There is always a large
stack of pamphlets to mail, generally
late at night, and neither the Ocala
House or Coast Line mail boxes will
hold them.
H. A. Kramer. Office 504 Lime
St. Telephone 348. l-22-6t
! Mrs. J. LI Jones, wife of the Bap
tist minister of Belleview, fell and
injured her arm sometime ago and
it was thought that it was only a
sprain, but her arm continued to
give trouble, so yesterday Mrs. Jones
came to town and consulted a phy physician
sician physician and found that one of the
bones near the wrist was broken.
Chief Chambers wishes to state
that he will not be responsible for
the injury of any one who follows
the fire wagons when they are on the
way to a fire. There are a number of
boys, white and colored, who follow
right between the wagons on their
wheels, which is a very dangerous
thing to do. There have been sev several
eral several near accidents from this practice
and Mr. Chambers wishes to give
those doing it fair warning.
Victor Records at The
Company. l-29-3t
Murray
Announcement is being made of
the second of the series of Bible lec lectures
tures lectures in Ocala at the court house,
Feb. 1st, at 3 p. va. All who were
interested in the first lecture last
Sunday, will doubtless be glad to
hear something about the day of
judgment. Glenn G. Smith of Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, will be the speaker. l-30-2t

IXVTTATIOX TO
THE UNDERWRITERS

Mayor Robertson has extended the
following invitation to the members
of the Florida Local Underwriters
Association:
Ocala, Fla., Jan. 28, 1914.
Mr. E. W. Monrose, President Flor Florida
ida Florida Local Underwriters Associa Association,
tion, Association, Tampa, Fla.'
Dear Sir: Through Mr. D. W. Da Davis,
vis, Davis, of this city, I learn that the
Florida Local Underwriters Associa Association
tion Association is contemplating holding its
next annual meeting in Ocala.
It is the purpose of this letter to
extend to your association, on the
part of the citizens, a most hearty
welcome. We should be glad to
meet and know the members of
your association and as far as we are
able will use every effort to make
you remember your 1914 meeting as
one of pleasure, and I, as the ex executive
ecutive executive officer of the city, heartily
join in this invitation, and such keys
of the city as I may hold will be
gladly turned over to the members
of your association, and in doing so
1 am sure I will place them in most
worthy hands. Yours truly,
John D. Robertson,
Mayor, City of Ocala.
WORLD ALMANACS' FOR 1914
World Almanacs at Ballard's, 35
cents each. 1-29-tf (
Mr. E. K. Nelson, after a few days
business trip in and around Ocala,
left on the early morning train for
his home in Tampa. En route he
made a brief stop in Dunnellon.
J. E. CHACE
Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Thone 250
OCALA, FLORIDA
Terms: Cash.
Im F. blalock
Dental Surgeon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211
OCALA, FLORIDA
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Three round trips a week
between Silver Springs and
Palatka over the beautiful j
tourist route, Silver Springs
run and Oklawaha river, fam- v
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most wierdly beautiful water- jj
way in the world. Boat sails V
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Regular Dinner
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12 to 2:30
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A la Carte Service 5 a. m. to
10 p. m.
High Class Cuisine, J
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Reasonable Prices.
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THE BEST TO BE HAD
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GLENN G. SMITH
THE DAY OF JUDGMENT'
This very important and much
talked of subject will be presented
at the court house auditorium Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon by Mr. Glenn G. Smith,
of Tampa. The many different
opinions prevalent today concerning
the day of judgment makes a lecture
of this kind of interest to all think thinking
ing thinking people, and particularly to all
who have studied the matter from
the standpoint of a Bible student.
Mr. Smith is an earnest student of
the Bible, and his lectures at differ different
ent different points are said to have led many
to a more careful and thoughtful
searching of the Scriptures. As with
all lectures given under the auspices
of the International Bible Students
Association, this one will be free.
The public is cordially invited.
SURE TO SUCCEED
IX THE CIGAR CITY
Tampa Times: Guy Zewadski,
son of Mr. and Mrs. WT. K. Zewad Zewadski,
ski, Zewadski, prominent residents of Ocala,
has arrived in Tampa to associate
himself with his brother, W. K. Ze Ze-vadski,
vadski, Ze-vadski, Jr., in the practice of law.
Mr. Zewadski, recently graduated
'from the .University of Michigan
with much honor, and after taking
his examination before the state, su supreme
preme supreme court, decided that he would
come to Tampa, to practice. He is
a young man of splendid qualities,
and is sure to make a success as the
junior partner in the law firm of
Zewadski & Xuse wander.
JUST RECEIVED
Just recefved 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
s6n at the old price, $5. Little's
Shoe Parlor. l-28-6t
Mr. Henry M. Wolcott, American
vice consul general at Havana, Cuba,
has been in town recently the guest
of his uncles, F. M. and S. M. Wol Wolcott,
cott, Wolcott, and his aunt, Louise A. Wol Wolcott.
cott. Wolcott. Mr. Wolcott while In Ocala
had rooms at No. 216 North Main
street, and started Tuesday afternoon
for Havana by the way of Tampa
and Key West.: Mr. Wolcott is a
native of Vermont, and has been in
the consular service for a number of
years. He was for some time vice
consul general at Mexico City, Mex
"The Day of Judgment!" How
long is it? One guess is as good as
another. Come and hear this dis
cussed from the scriptural stand
point, Sunday, Feb. 1st, 3 p. m., at
the. court bouse. l-30-2t
COMMITTEES OF THE COUNCIL
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.
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.
N. Tolar, H. A. Fausett.
Police C. W. Hunter, chairman;
W. A. Knight, J. N. Tolar.
Market J. N. Tolar, chairmanJ.
C. Smith, H. A. Fausett.
Sanitary C. W. Hunter, chair
man; H. A. Fausett, J. C. Smith.
Building H. A. Fausett, chair
man; J. C. Smith, J. N. Tolar.
Light and Water M. J. Roess,
W. A. Knight, G. A. Carmichael.
Council then adjourned until
Thursday night at 8 o'clock.
SUGAR ILM3IOCK IiAXDS
Partridge-AVoodrow Company
Selling Agents
3ierchant's Block. Ocala 1-13-tf
Submarine Telephony.
Submarine telephony has been ao ao-comDlished
comDlished ao-comDlished over a distance of 11
J miles in England with insrlated wires.

I Donnets lor women nortlie jaunty chorus girls.
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"an honest man may have a bad title through no fault of his own
a good man does not always raeanja good title
"men pass away, titles ran on forever.
"an abstract of title is the only means by which you can determine
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I hare on hand at all times
at the barns and lot on West
Eosition St., (Broadway) a
big drove of first class horses
and mules for you to make
your selections from. Every
head of this stock has been
selected by me personally in
the markets. I will guarantee
to give you as good stock at
as low price as can be had in
the state. Every animal is
warranted to be as repre represented.
sented. represented. OCALA, FLORIDA
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OCALA EVENING STAR, KIIAY, JANUARY 30, 1914

OLD GUARD MS OUT
THE ED EXPRESS RATES
B, W. PARTRIDGE, JR.
DAVID S. WOODROW
E. L. WITHERS

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

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BUY A NEW PATENT WASHER AND SOME NEW DESIGN
IRONS AND LESSEN THE WEEKLY BURDEN OF THAT HATED
"WASH DAY."
WASHING IS THE HARDEST WORK A WOMAN CAN DO; SHE
SHOULD HAVE EVERY CONVENIENCE THAT WILL MAKE
IT EASIER AND SAVE liER HEALTH.
COME AND SEE OUR "TOOLS" FOR THE LAUNDRY, WHICH
WILL LIGHTEN THE HARD WORK.

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'Much Business Transacted at Last

Evening's Hoard of Trade
- Meeting
By the Old Guard, the Star, refers
to the wheelhorses and steady work workers
ers workers of the Marion County Board of
Trade.
It i3 quite a considerable old
guard, and comprises a majority of
the leading business men of Ocala.
It does nearly all the work and the
great proportion of the paying, and
the way the members stand shoulder
to shoulder is gratifying to see.
When you don't see one of them at
a Board of Trade" meeting, you may
know he isn't there because he can't

be, and not because he forgot it or
didn't want to go.
The old guard has not diminished
to any extent since "'the onward
movement for Ocala began. Every
once in awhile, a promising recruit
joins the tried and true veterans,

and his face begins to be familiar on
the ever lengthening firing line.
Most of the members were pres present
ent present last night. One could count the
absentees on his fingers, and could

be sure of one thing, and that was
that none were coffee-eooling.
President MacKay called the meet meeting
ing meeting to 'order and Secretary Rooney
read the minutes. A number of im important
portant important communications were read.
Those pertaining to Oklawaha im improvement
provement improvement are set forth on the first
page of today's paper. Most of the
ethers, regarding, various county in industries,
dustries, industries, have already been referred
to in the Star.
Mr. E. M. Osborne was elected a

member, and a talk from Mr. A. M.
Flanery, the latest recruit, was
greeted with applause.
The Florida Underwriters Associa Association
tion Association was invited to hold its next
meeting in Ocala. The mayor's in invitation,
vitation, invitation, printed elsewhere, was in indorsed
dorsed indorsed by the board.
The precooling plant people ereat ereat-ed
ed ereat-ed a bad impression by telegrams,
asking how much money Ocala would
guarantee them if they sent their
car here. The Board thought that
all necessary for it to guarantee was
a crowd of interested producers.
One communication shows that
there is good prospect of a canning
factory being started sometime soon,
but that is not reason for the can canning
ning canning club girls to quit work.
The board of governors will meet
this evening and hold' a session with
the city .council, in the course of
which some very important matters

will be decided on.
The future looks good for Ocala
and the Board of Trade is working
to make it look better.

EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY

I, 1914 ;j

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

spunod
1.15 .54
1.35 .72
1.65 .89

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lartoi Isiriware Co
Phone US, Ocala, Fla.

COOL SPELL SUGGESTIONS.

A Come wind, come snow, let Boreas blow, with robes like these
$ your body will glow. We have the largest and most up-to-date
and down-to-the-minute line of laprobes for auto and buggy that
'& was ever brougnt to this part of Florida. We have overstocked
our store in them, and our greed in buying will be your gain In
coin, as we are going to sell them out at ridiculously low prices.
S We also have a complete line of rain goods for your bodily pro-
X tection better than insurance and doctors.
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The Management of DR. McCLANE
Medical. Surgical, Hydropathic
r 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 P. M. PHONE 333.

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TO THE REMINGTON MAX

By One Who Thinks She Knows.
Them
Good-morning, old pal; how are you
This bright and beautiful day?
Has this week's sale of Remingtons
Made you feel like a cousin to Jay?
J. Gould, of course, I am meaning
Not one of the feathered kind
Pray do not think for a moment
I had such a thought in mind.
You are weary? Poor fellow! I know
it,
Working always under the ban,
That there is nothing so easy in
heaven or earth,
As the "spiel of the "Remington
man.
No wonder their faces are ever
adorned '
With that smile so convincing and
, sweet ;
To the other salesmen is left the
core,
Theirs always the juice and the
meat.
Armed with a box of "Lowney's,, and
the smile that won't come off
. They have a special talk for every
. "typist miss"
While the other salesmen just grind
their teeth,
Saying "Uneeda," "Zu-Zu" and
. "Grape Nuts."
But the "Remington man" juet
smiles and talks,
Then talks and smiles some more,
And serenely gathers the orders in,
While the other "salesmen" mut mutter
ter mutter "bore."
The moral of this can easily be seen,
"To them that hath shall be added
too"
And he "hath the nerve" just to
laugh and talk,
Leaving the "worry not me" for
the others to be.
M. L., 1-23-14.

To Prevent Blood Poisoning:
apply at once the wonderful old reliable DR
PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL. a sut sut-g'icat
g'icat sut-g'icat dressing- that relieves pain atid fceals al
he jams tiro Not o liniment. 25c 5Tc. $1.00

SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Wood row Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf

IS i $-
fen pounds
Fifteen pounds .
Twenty pounds .

Philadelphia
Old Rate New Rate
Five pounds .75 $ .36
Ten pounds ..... . 1.10 .52
Fifteen pounds .... 1.25 .69
Twenty pounds .... .140 .85
Baltimore
Old Rate New Rate
Five pounds ? .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 ....... .80 .37
Fifteen pounds .... .90 .45
Twenty pounds .... 1.10 .54
Cincinnati
Old Rate New Rate

Five pounds .,....$ 5 $ .36
Ten pounds 1.10 .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 .40
Twenty pounds .... .75 .47
Chattanooga
Five pounds . . . .$ .70 $ .31
Ten pounds ...... .80 .43
Fifteen pounds .... 1.00 .54
Twenty pounds .... 1.20 .66
Louisville
Old Rate New Rate
Five pounds ......$ .75 $ .35
Ten pounds 1.10 f .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.

REAL EST AXE.

I Auction Lot Sales a Specialty.
Huntington. West Va.f andJOcala, Florida.
Anywhere Everywhere Anytime

SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS.
Watch this space for particulars of this valuable

body of Marion County's richest lands, which will
soon be offered for sale.

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.

COTTAGE FOR KENT
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.

COAST LINK'S TIME CAHP

The winter schedule of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line is now In effect. It
is as follows: i
SouthlKHind
No. 3!) 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. m.
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.
Aorthlound
No. 3S leaves St. Petersburg 8:30
p. m.. arrives Ocala at 2:20 a. m.,
arrives Gainesville 3:58 a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville 7 a. m.
No. 10 leaves Leesburg at 4:45 a.
m., arrives Ocala at 6:05 a. m., ar arrives
rives arrives Gainesville at 7:55 a. m. and
arrives Jacksonville at 10:55 a. m
No. 40 leaves St. Petersburg at
6:30 a. m., arrives Ocala 12:54 p.
m., leaves Ocala 1:14 p. m., arrives
Gainesville at 3:30 p. m., arrives
Jacksonville at 6:30 p. m.

We are Making a Big Reputation on Our

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We( have selected our brands, and they have
been blended according to our own formulas, and
come to us direct from the importers in the green
berry. In the store we roast and grind the coffee,
the day you receive it. It is the best coffee that
Ocala has ever had for thj money.
! Our First Product at 30c a Pound
Our Brick City at 40 cents a Pound
Cannot be excelled. Are you using it?
SOME IATE ARRIVALS :
New Florida Syrup, 50 cents a gallon.
New Barrel of Dill Pickels.
Sweet and Sour Cucumber Pickles, not mixed.
. All kinds of New Crop Nuts.
Have you tried the Phillipino Nut?
Choice Florida Sugar Cured Bacon.
Quaker Corn Flakes, 3 packages for 25 cents.
A CARLOAD oi Star Stock and Star
Poul'ry Foods Just Received. Nothing bet better
ter better or more, economical; for your stock or
poultry.

Can-TldDittais (Cd,

Phone 163

Cam Building.
OCALA, FLORIDA

Rocky Ford, Pure Strain
Eden Gem Cantaloupe Seed
Now Ready for Immediate
Delivery at Reddick.
These seed were grown and personally selected
by me on my own farm at Rocky Ford, Colorado. -Phone,
write or telegraph,

S. C.

MAYO,

Reddick, Florida.
1-16-7 weeks wkly. Wed and Fri.dly

MOULDED TO YOUR FORM

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are the clothes we make for you.
We give you an exact fit, allowing
for each individual peculiarity in the
figure, and giving your form a most
distinguished appearance. The fab fabrics
rics fabrics are the latest weaves from the
best mills, in 4 the choicest designs. -Our
styling Is thoroughly up-to-date
and the finish perfection. Yet you
do not have to pay us a high price."

TO DO &t COIVIF3A.MY,

Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel

OCALA,

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THE OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1014

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OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

BJTJINGEirrrATmOW

rroll. General Manager Port V. Leavengoodlltisiness Manager

J. II. Benjamin, Editor

tered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

' (Domestic)
One year, in advance. .. .. .$5.00
Six months, In advance. . 2. 5ft
Three months, in advance. 1.25
One month, in advance. ... .50
If Tampa keeps Gasparilla boom
ing, it will in a few years xrfaT
llardi Gras.
Fred P. Cone, state senator from
Columbia county may reconsider his
determination to run against Frank
Clark.
The Chinese republiptfas officially
adopted Confucjjrfsm as the state
religion. Tfesurest way to corrupt
a. religion and a state Is to tie them
W
er.
The wet or dry fight in Pinellas is
becoming warm. Eggs were thrown
at prohibition speakers at a meet meeting
ing meeting in St. Petersburg the other night.
Pinellas people must be plutocrats.
We can hardly afford to eat eggs, let
alone throw them, up this way.
The Jacksonville News was almost
too good a paper the gods loved it
and It died young there's another
little mound in the Metropolis cem cemetery,
etery, cemetery, and that paper wipes away a
tear with the handle of the spade as
it says, "Next."
Only two national banks out of the
'7,500 in the United States so far
have notified the treasury depart department
ment department that they do not expect to en enter
ter enter the federal reserve system. They
will forfeit their charters. Nearly
6,000 banks have signified th'eir in intention
tention intention to enter the system?.
Senator Fletcher has secured per permission
mission permission of the Senate to have the re report
port report of the Florida Everglades com commission
mission commission printed as a public docu document.
ment. document. This means it will be avail available
able available for free general circulation, and
as many Floridians as possible
should obtain and read it, as it will
enlighten them on a much debated
question.
The idea of an arch at the Coast
Line station to advertise the fair is
not a bad one. As a matter of fact,
there should be some such display
by way of letting passengers on the
trains know something of the extent
and importance of Orlando, for little
of It is seen from the trains. Such
. advertising would cost little and it
,might be the means of attracting
some settlers and investors. Orlan Orlando
do Orlando Sentinel.
Ocala tried the experiment, with
excellent results, during the last Ma Marion
rion Marion County Fair.
Senator Bryan of Florida has in introduced
troduced introduced into Congress a bill entitl entitl-ed:
ed: entitl-ed: "An Act to Increase the Effi Efficiency
ciency Efficiency of the Navy." The bill, if en enacted
acted enacted into law, would create six ad admirals,
mirals, admirals, to be appointed by the pres president
ident president from the active list of navy of officers.
ficers. officers. Four would be appointed
within one year from the passage of
the act. The salary of an admiral,
under the provisions of the bill,
uFouId be $11,000 per year when be beyond
yond beyond the continental limits of the
United States.
There surely must be an impres impressive
sive impressive moral of some kind to be drawn
from the petty row of a bunch of
school children in Ocala resulting in
the killing of one man and the ser serious
ious serious wounding of another, to say
nothing of a feud that may last for
years to come. .A renaissance of fist
iSghting in the South, as it was be-
fore the civil war made guns and
killing so common, would do all con concerned
cerned concerned more good than tariff revis revision,
ion, revision, currency reform, trust busting
and several other momentous issues
all combined. Lakeland Telegram.
The trouble about the fist-fighting
business, Brother Hetherington, is a
lack of the fist-fighting spirit. In
every community are a lot of big
tallies, who would be the terrors of
the town if they didn't have reason
to Relieve that their plug-ugly car
casses would stop bullets if they
were not careful how they imposed
on weaker men. It is, however,
proper to remark that as far as the
Orala occurrence is concerned, no-
lijedy is dead yet, and there is law
enough in Marion county to squelch
iany lend.
And one New York paper had a
screamer head the other day "avia

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JOSEPH HENRY BILLINGSLEY
TldM Mil llilb MHIIW III t h.p
rmimd aged and honored citizen .who
peacefully passed from long ana use useful
ful useful labor to eternal rest at the dawn
of daji&ie morning
wing is1 "a 'offef sketch of his
Dr. Joseph Henry Billingsley was
born near Fredericksburg, Va., Nov.
25, 1831. He emigrated to Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky at Trenton, Todd county, in
1S38. Was graduated from the
Pennsylvania Medical College at the
age of 24 years. He practiced his
profession in Kentucky and Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee until 1882, when he came to
Florida and settled, first at Inter Inter-Iachen
Iachen Inter-Iachen in Putnam county, from
where he came to Marlon county in
1884. Reddick was his home until
a few 3'ears ago. since which time
his home has been with one or the
other of his sons.
Those left to mourn his death are
his wife, Mrs. Ophelia Billingsley, of
Ocala, and the following children,
Mrs. Carrie Billingsley Allen, Louis Louisville,
ville, Louisville, Ky.; Mrs. Kate B. Randier,
Jackson, Miss.; Harry P. Billingsley,
Reddick; Percy L. Billingsley, Ocala;
Archer T. Billingsley, WilllstOn;
Jesse L. Billingsley, Miami.
Although beset by all the troubles
and temptations to which man is
heir, his was a beautiful Christian
life.
The 'interment will be at Mill Millwood
wood Millwood cemetery, near Reddick, at 3
o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Ser Services
vices Services at residence, 516 Fort King
avenue, 11:30 a. m., J3r. W. H.
Dodge officiating.
Dr. Billingsley was a much loved
and honored old citizen, the friend
of every man, woman and child in
the section where he lived and prac practiced
ticed practiced so long, and winning the sin sincere
cere sincere esteem of thoseN he met and as associated
sociated associated with in his peaceful days of
retirement in this city. He was al always
ways always a good friend of the Star, and
it joins the bereaved ones in their
mourning for the loss of one whose
place can never be filled.
CAPT. RICHARD H. 3IARKS
News was received in Orlando yes yesterday
terday yesterday of the sudden death of Capt.
Richard H. Marks, which occured at
his home in Sanford in the early part
of the morning. Capt. Marks was
well known throughout Orange and
resident of Orange county for man
years prior to the creation of Semi
nole. Orlando Sentinel.
PLANT CITY FARMERS
USING PARCEL POST
The parcel post Is being used by
Plant City farmers for shipping both
syrup and strawberries direct to con consumers,
sumers, consumers, according to Wayne Thomas,
editor of the Plant City Courier. He
names one farmer, J. E. Strauss, who
will mail 15,000 gallons this season,
making the syrup from the cane of a
single two-acre tract. Strawberries
are going forward by parcel post
route, now, also, he says.
J. R. Burress is given credit for
originating the plan for sending
strawberries. Mr. Burress contrived a
container for the fruit by fitting two
quart baskets of strawberries into a
tomato oasKet, wnicn in turn is
placed in an oblong pine box, pack
ed about with sawdust, sealed and
mailed. His business is mainly with
Indiana towns, a territory of his
own selection.
HE LIKES HARRY
Oliver Pelren, proprietor of the
Eagle House, Concord, N. H., where
Harry has been a guest most of the
time since his expulsion from Can Canada,
ada, Canada, has been in Jacksonville with
other members of the New England
Hotel Men's Association, who are
now visiting Florida. Of Harry
Thaw, he says:
"Mr. Thaw gave me no trouble
since becoming my guest. In fact,
he has been one of the best guests 1
have ever entertained. He is very
modest with his wants, and seems
disposed to save us as much trouble
as possible. Harry Thaw is as sane
as I am. He will continue his resi residence
dence residence at my hotel for about a month
longer, when I confidently believe he
will be made a free man."

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REPUBLICAN BOURBONS

WBLL NEVER REFORM
The
following
by "The Lame
Duck' one of the best writers on
te Saturday Evening Post, neatly
sums up the attitude of the old-time
leaders of the republican party to
ward public affairs:
As -nearly as I can figure it out
from the remarks made at thp wakp
ly held here over the republi-
an party, the republicans will win
n 1915 if meantime all the demo
crats gobroke and die.
You never saw or heard so many
prophetsof gloom and disaster as
gathered mere at the meeting of the
Republican National Committee; nor
does history record an assemblage
where thef prophets of gloom were so
universally gleeful in their prophe prophecies.
cies. prophecies. Ordinarily when a man pre predicts
dicts predicts disaster he does his predict predicting
ing predicting wits a solemn face and a qua quaveringvoice;
veringvoice; quaveringvoice; but those calamity
howlers did their howling accompa accompanied
nied accompanied JSy pleasant smiles and earnest
res that what they were predict
ing would come to pass.
There was that cheerful party,
Senator Reed Smoot, of Utah, who
said no convention was necessary,
because, in addition to whatever
platform the republicans shall adopt
in 1916, there will be an added in incentive
centive incentive to vote the ticket as the peo people
ple people will be starving, the mills will
be shut down, everybody will be out
of work and famished; and the cam campaign
paign campaign cry will be: Vote for the re republican
publican republican candidate and eat!
Wasn't that a pretty spirit for a
bunch of men who came together to
devise means to get the corpse of
their party out of the tomb and re revive
vive revive it? It was plainly enough
stated and loudly cheered that there
isn't much chance of their winning
anything on their merits; but if hard
times comes and they are all root rooting
ing rooting for hard times they will win
because of hard times solely, and not
because they deserve any support by
the people. That is what they base
their hopes on universal disaster
and distress!
It was a curious gathering. After
the republican party was wiped out
in 1912 a few of the patriots who
had nowhere else 'to go determined
that the thing to do was to reorgan reorganize
ize reorganize and try to entice to themselves
a little public confidence. They
thought over the matter for a time
and held it necessary to show a prop proper
er proper spirit of humility, and eagerness
to do something anything to get
a hearing.
Now there have been difficulties
from time immemorial in the way of
raising both parties and persons
from the dead; and there were dif difficulties
ficulties difficulties in this instance. However,
as is often the case, the dead didn't
know exactly how dead they were;
and they decided the crying evil was
the system of Southern representa representation
tion representation whereby such a neat little job
as the nomination of Mr. Taft at
Chicago in 1912 was possible by the
presence and cash-registering of del delegates
egates delegates from states where the repub republican
lican republican vote is negligible.
They picked out a mild restora restorative
tive restorative unmindful of the fact that all
but these little bosses know, which
is that the dead-and-gone republi republican
can republican party cannot be brought back .by
the mere dispensing with a handful
of delegates from the south. That
is like trying to stop a ship from
sinking by throwing overboard a few
members of the crew instead of go going
ing going down below and plugging up the
holes in the hulk. Even then they
were balked, for it was decided the
national committee could not change
the system of representation, but
that a convention would be neces necessary.
sary. necessary. Now, if there is any salvation for
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the republican party at all, which I
doubt, that salvation rests in the en entire
tire entire reformation of the party and
the bringing to the front of a new
brand of leaders. If there is to be
any republican party in the futue
that republican party must be pro progressive;
gressive; progressive; and it doesn't make a party
progressive to reform its system of;
delegate representation. What the
republican party needed, and what it
didn't get, was the complete aban abandonment
donment abandonment of old leaders and old prin principles,
ciples, principles, and a proper readjustment in
accordance with the temper of the
people.
A convention would have helped.
At that convention it might have
been possible to state, with some
definiteness just what the republican
party revived and purged might
be expected to stand for, just how
sincere it is in its professions of re repentance
pentance repentance prior to its resurrection.
A platform or a declaration might
have been adopted, a lot of dead
wood thrown away, a new policy
formulated, and a disposition shown
to get .abreast of the present proces procession.
sion. procession. There was an opportunity;
but, also, there were reasons that
prevented a convention.
One set of -reasons consisted of
the warring ambitions of some men
who want to be leaders, who have
presidential ambitions, who are so
placed they cannot get a chance for
themselves in the new progressive
party and see no other place for the
gratification of their desires except
the reconstruction of the republican
party.
These men are jealous of one an another.
other. another. They split and widely: on
the question. Cummins wants a con convention;
vention; convention; Borah opposes one and so
on. And fighting side by side with
the men who wanted a convention
were Barnes of New York, and Crane
of Massachusetts who wanted noth nothing
ing nothing of the kind, but who were in instructed
structed instructed by their home folk to get
one.
The real reason wasn't that, how however.
ever. however. That was a contributory rea reason.
son. reason. The real reason there will not
be a convention next spring, where whereby
by whereby an earnest and sincere attempt
due to just the same kind of men as
will be made to breathe the breath
of life into the republican party, is
because the men who met in' Wash Washington
ington Washington and voted on the proposition ;
the Republican National Commit-:
tee knew if a new national conven-j
tion should be called a new national!
committee would be named by the
convention and a good many of those
present at this meeting would not be
on that new committee. They are
all loyal party men; but loyalty must
not be construed as willingness to
commit political suicide, as they con construe
strue construe it.
That solid gold badge which each
committeeman gets at national con convention
vention convention time and the opportunity to
do a little thimble-ringing and to
have a hand in the arrangements
were too dear. They couldn't let go.
It was a case of sublimated selfish selfishness.
ness. selfishness. The old gang would not die.
They had the votes and they put" it
over once again; and now they are
wait'ng for an era of hard times as
their salvation.
There were plenty of clear-sighted
men at that meeting; men who knew
the first requisite for the restoration
of the confidence of the people in the
republican party or what is left of
it -is in the elimination of the na
tional committe as at present consti constituted.
tuted. constituted. There is no particular question of
policies out in the land. No one cares
much whether the recall of judges,
for example, is made a republican is issue
sue issue or not by no one I mean the
rank and file; but there is a wide
and almost universal demand that
the men who rigged the convention
in Chicago in 1912 shall drop out or
shall be thrown out, or get out in
some way, and a new lot of men put
in charge.
The Sack-Suit Dinner
The former voter of the republican
ticket has a firm faith that the
troubles that destroyed his party are
in a large part comprise the na national
tional national committee that refused to
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order an experience meeting in the
guise of a convention and to furnish
an opportunity whereby things of
moment could be settled and a fight fighting
ing fighting force constructed from the de depleted
pleted depleted and defeated ranks.
They, couldn't see it, however.
They wanted to hang on. They
hoped for hard times. They croaked
over business depression. They
cheered when Smoot and others told
of disaster to the business of this
country, which they claim is coming;
and they were positively hilarious
when it was intimated that soup
houses were not far away, and for
every soup house there will be a vast
return to the republican party.
They were not patriotic or repub republican
lican republican enough to eliminate themselves
and start a new deal. They prefer preferred
red preferred to trust to future hard times for
which they were all hoping and
thought to retain themselves in
power until dark days and misery
should come to maintain them and
to elect their candidate for the pres presidency.
idency. presidency. They do not intend o reform. No,
indeed! What they Intend to do is
to hang on and pray that events will
help them, when they figure they can
go along in the old ways; because, as
they put it, the people will be glad
enough to turn from the democrats,
who will be charged with hard
times, to republicans, Who will prom promise
ise promise them good times.
That is the inside of it all. There
will be no convention to reorganize
and revive the republican party, be because
cause because such a convention would sepa separate
rate separate most of these national commit committeemen
teemen committeemen from their 'petty places as
such.
However it was observed they
were very conciliatory toward the
progressives. Not a person present
had any unkind words for those who
left the G. O. P. in 1912 and follow followed
ed followed Theodore Roosevelt into the Bull
Moose contingent. The hardest thing
said about them was that they are
erring brethren and must be urged
to come back home.
Also there was great apparent
consideration for the good opinion of
the plain people. The republican
party, as represented by these na national
tional national committeemen, must not be
called the party of the classes. It
is severely proletarian.
For example, Chairman Hilles
gave the committee a dinner on the
night before the meeting. The din dinner
ner dinner was given at the most exclusive
club in Washington, and cost a good
sum a plate; but the committeemen
were asked to come in ordinary bus business
iness business dress and not in evening
clothes.
Could there have been a neater or
more tactful appreciation of the
present situation where the people
are paramount? A genius thought
that out. No more can the republi
can party be called the party of the'
classes. Why, its national commit- j
teemen, highest of dignitaries, go to
a formal dinner at a fashionable
club in sack suits!
A Little Boom for Mr. Root
It was decided at this dinner that
there should be no convention. That
was settled. However, in order that
there might be a semblance of dis
cussion over the matter and in order
that the old line bunk might be con continued,
tinued, continued, there were several hours of
speeches, : wherein various orators
pleaded for a convention or protest protested
ed protested that a convention is not neces necessary.
sary. necessary. All those speeches were hot
air, for every man" in the room knew
there was no doubt as to what would
be done.
The committeeman from Indiana
told the truth about the whole affair
when, in a speech just before the
vote was taken, he said that not a re republican
publican republican in his state or a republican
newspaper, from the Ohio river to
the Lake, had spoken against hold holding
ing holding a convention; and most of them
were in favor of it. The only per person
son person from Indiana who protested
against a convention to him, he said,
were two men who were in that room
he meant former Senator Hemen Hemen-way
way Hemen-way and former Representative Jas.
Watson, both members of the old
crowd.
It was the old crowd that put it
over, barring William Barnes and
Senator Crane, who had no alterna alternatives
tives alternatives in their votes for a convention,
having been instructed. It was
merely another feeble and futile ex exemplification
emplification exemplification of the Old Guard spirit
that jammed thru the nomination of
Mr. Taft at Chicago in 1912 and
brought about the defeat wherein
not only was Mr. Taft beaten, but
the republican party destroyed.
They are still Bourbons. They
haven't learned anything. They
think they can sneak back into
power under cover of a period of
business depression, for which they
ardently hope; and they cheered
every mention of hard times cheer cheered
ed cheered for disaster and distress be because
cause because they think they can win with

that excuse and know they can win

in no other way, unless they reor
ganize and reform.
Of course there was some mention
of candidates. Most of the commit committeemen,
teemen, committeemen, talking privately, conceded
their willingness to take Roosevelt
regardless of the fact that it won't
be the committee that will do the
taking, should taking come about
but Roosevelt. And there sprung
up a little boom for Senator Root.
That Root boom, Jim, it seems to
me, must inevitably sweep the coun country.
try. country. How can a man fail of popular
selection who is nominated for the
presidency by Andrew Carnegie,
seconded by Senator Gallinger of
New Hampshire and endorsed by
Mr. Taft? How can the progressive-
ness of such a man be doubted?
Look at his sponseTS, Jim? A child
of the people, surely!
So there it stands. The funeral
baked meats did coldly furnish forth
the reorganization 'meeting; the
wake was decorous and in order; the
hope of resurrection was declared to
be in the imminence of disaster
but the party is still entombed and
rapidly coming to a mumified state.
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Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad
AN IDEAL WOJ1A.VS 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 system.
tem. system. Price 25 cents. At all drug druggists.
gists. druggists. H. E. Bucklen & Co., Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia or St. Louis. Adv
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
itors in the city invited to be with as
H. D. Stokes, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Adv.
XORRIS CANDY
Ask your neighbor, friend, wife,
sweetheart or even a stranger, about
this candy; alsolutely the best in tne
world. To be had only at the Court
Pharmacy. 1-10-tf
21 Pounds
Of
Sugar for
One Dollar.
To each cash purchaser of $1.00
worth of other groceries, we will
sell twenty-one pounds of sugar for
one dollar on Saturday and Monday.
Remember, this offer is for these
days ONLY.
J. L. Smith Grocery
Company,
PUOXE 434.
Next to Ocala National Bank

: How Arc Your CoHflecffitoes ?
; ThUR B ANK is not merely a place to store your
Hir funds and check them out as you require them.
It is a very highly organized and efficient medium
; for the collection of drafts, notes and other "paper."
The records of the bank also contain much information
that you can use to advantage.,
I Don't hesitate to use all the facilities of our
bank. We have provided them for your service, and
S we are always glad when you avail yourself of them.

THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK i
J An Active United States Depositary.

I-C-IE I
REAL s. FALSE "Economy at This Time.
Resist the mental suggestion to curtain your regular 1"g of
ice until "the weather turns warm again. Your refrigerator is
going nicely now; it is weU chilled and it is doing full duty as
your practical SAVER.
Don't let it lapse even a little bit it may sulk on you all tne
remainder of the season.
Maintain your regular supply of OUR ICE all through the season.
That is the way to save on your ice bill.

1 OCALA ICE &

R. C. M UN CASTER

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Jacksonville's Finest
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RATES

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Read Our UNCLASSIFIED ADS. lor your wants

PAXCHO YIL,IA TALKS
LIKE A PATRIOT
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superintendent of the railroad and
George Sowsen, a Mormon colonist.
The rebels were instructed to cap capture
ture capture and execute Castillo, who, ope operating
rating operating independently, has created
terror in Western Chihuahua for
months.
A movement In the interests of
Huerta to invade Mexico from El
Paso is said to have 'failed when the
treasurer of the federal junta, it is
said, left with the funds. The junta
had recruited 200 former federals
and followers of Diaz, it is said. The
men expect to take the field west of
El Paso and oppose Villa and Cas Castillo.
tillo. Castillo. OPEN ALL JilGHT
The Merchant's Cafe is a first class
place to take your meals. Open night
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie proprietor.
tor. proprietor. 2-28-tf
SUGAR HAMMOCK- LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala
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.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf

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Jacksonville, Florida :

"Ensign" films are the kind your
friends are using for their small
cameras. None better. The Court
Pharmacy. 1-17-tf
A. M. BOBDITT
NEW AND SECOND HANJ
"Furniture
Bought and Sold.
Farm Tools, Casoline Engines, Was
ons, Baggies, Harness, Beds and
Bedding, Stoves, Tinware, Queens Queens-ware,
ware, Queens-ware, Crockery, Etc.
Phone 481
310 S. Main Street, Ocala, Fla.
PIANO TUNING
J. 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 of 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 I ask an
opportunity to prove it by nay
work. 1 profess to be an expert
workman tn Pianos, Organs and
Sewing Machines. Drop a card
or call at 223 Laugherty street
until further notice, References
given.
W. C; BLANCH ARD
CONTiUCTOB kX'i 6i!ILDER.
PLANS FURNISH Kit
ON APPL ICATION
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THE OCALA EVI'NLN'G STAR. FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1914
interior rj: crated and large square
posts adorn the front piazza. The
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
house "rljT aliiff rgpnfnird

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Lctiveness of Mr. John
Edwards'J
me has been added to
(If you hare any items for this department call phone ?106)
by plan
of palmetto trees on
three sides
f his lot.

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They talk about a woman's sphere
As though it had a limit.
There's not a place in earth or heaven,
There's not a task to mankind given.
There's not a blessing or a woe,

There's not a whispered yes or no.
That has a feather's weight of wort
Without a woman in it.
rea
At the home of Mr. W. T. Gary
president of the local missionary
union, the numbers of the Baptist
jubilate parry, Ivho arein the city
celebrating the ftwirfyfifth 'anniver 'anniversary
sary 'anniversary of the organization of the Wo Woman's
man's Woman's Missionary Union, held a par
lor conference yesterday afternoq
iTlUUl iyJock
iry graciously welcomed
the guests in the front hall, and as
they were arriving Miss Cecile
Downs served grapefruit punch and
during the social hour exquisitely
sang "To a Mind Worn and Weary."
Mrs. S. A. Standley, the new presi president
dent president of the Fanny R. Gary Mission Missionary
ary Missionary Society, presided at the infor informal
mal informal meeting and in a few appropri appropriate
ate appropriate words introduced four ladies who
are known thruout, the country for
their active work in the union. The
ladies were Miss Kathleen Mallory,
Baltimore; Miss Sallie Priest, China;
Mrs. W. J. Neal, Atlanta, and Mrs.
Peelman, of Jacksonville, and their
short talks were intensely interest interesting.
ing. interesting. From Mrs. Gary's, the crowd num numbering
bering numbering fifty, was taken in cars to the
beautiful golf links, where Mrs.
Clarence Camp was the charming
hostess, entertaining at the Country
Club from five to six o'clock, at an
informal reception, her guests, in including,
cluding, including, all the distinguished visitors
attending the celebration, the mem members
bers members of the Baptist church, members
of other denominations interested in
the work and a great number of
special friends which made an assem assembly
bly assembly numbering nearly a hundred
ladies and gentlemen.
The guests were cordially met at
the main entrance by Mrs. Camp who
was assisted in receiving by Mrs. C.
H. Floyd and Mrs. Frank Drake.
As they wandered to and fro admir admiring
ing admiring the beautiful club house with
Its artistic furnishings and the ex excellent
cellent excellent links, which are so attractive
now, Mr. Carleton Irvin rendered a
splendid musical program, adding to
the pleasure of the delightful occas occas-sion.
sion. occas-sion.
In the dining room the guests
were served to tea, sandwiches, crys crys-talized
talized crys-talized ginger, fruit cake and tea
"wafers. Mrs. Bunyan Stevens, Mrs.
L. W. Duval, Mrs. R. A. Burford and
Mrs. U. D. Ricker, poured the tea,
the tea tables being attractive in
their appointments.
Others assisting the hostess were
Miss Emily Stotesbury, Mrs. E. F.
Fitch, Misses Stella and Nina Camp
and Mary Henrietta Livingston.
Representatives from many states
were present and 'all the guests ex
pressed the greatest delight on be being
ing being so charmingly entertained by
Mrs. Camp.
Miss Minnie Stovall and her love lovely
ly lovely house guest and cousin, Mass Gen Geneva
eva Geneva Stovall of Mayfield, Ky., will go
to Tampa Wednesday to visit the
former's father, Mr. W. F. Stovall,
and brother, Mr. W. O. Stovall.
Miss Edna Nelson of Tampa, who
was formerly a popular Ocala girl,
will pass through next Monday en
route to Lexington, Va., for a visit
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PID you ever stop to think
how wonderful it is that
simply a man's name means
the finest confectionery1 in
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 going always appreci appreciated,
ated, appreciated, always acceptable. Take a
box along tonight.
T. W. TROXLER

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of several weeks with her brother,
Mr. Robert Nelson, a student at
Washington and Lee University.

irk Friends
Mi
Carter
entertained
friends
romFruftlandJ?ark, filer guests ar
riving ontne noon train. The entire
afternoon was spent at Silver
Springs, returning to Ocala at twi twilight
light twilight to enjoy a most bountiful and
elicious picnic supper on the lawn
t the Carter residence. Mrs. Car
er was assisted in entertaining her
uests by Miss Eunice Bray, who
feang exquisitely many songs during
the evening.
Those enjoying Mrs. Carter's hos hospitality
pitality hospitality were Mr. and Mrs. Gilchrist,
Mrs. March, Mrs. Rooks, Mr. and
Mr. Seavey, Mr. and Mrs. Whitney,
Mr. and Mrs. Frost, Miss Frost, Mr.
Wade, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick, Mr.
and Mrs. Wakeland, Mr. and Mrs.
Dearing, Mr. George Clark, Mr. and
Mrs. Canna, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe
and children, Mr. and Mrs. George
Clark and friend; Mrs. Nellie Wygh Wygh-lecgn,
lecgn, Wygh-lecgn, and Mr. and Miss Wyghlecgn,
Mr. and Mrs. Dean, Mr. Cornell and
Mr. Lucius Emmerson.
The entire party left on the nine
o'clock evening train for their homes
in Fruitland Park, thoroughly
charmed with the beautiful Silver
Springs and Ocala.
.
Auction Club Entertained by Mrs.
Hickman
The wo Table Auction Club, com composed
posed composed of nine congenial friends who
have met for the last six winters,
one afternoon every week to enjoy
the hours around the card tables,
was delightfully entertained this af afternoon
ternoon afternoon by Mrs. Napoleon Hickman,
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. L.
R. Chazal. The members included
Mrs. G. K. Robinson, Miss Abbie
Munroe, Mrs. L. C. Gamby, Mrs.
Hickman, Mrs. Chazal, Mrs. M.
Chambers, Miss Emily Stotesbury,
Miss Minnie Gamsby and Mrs. F. T.
Schreiber, and all were present for
the game of auction this afternoon,
except the last named. The club
will play on Fridays of this winter,
and the trophy for high scores will
be decks of cards.
f Mrs. Hickman served tea and sand sandwiches
wiches sandwiches at the conclusion of the
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games.
The Friday Afternoon Auction
games enjoyed weekly by the mem members
bers members of the Young Ladies Card Club,
were played this afternoon at the
.home of Miss Adele Bittinger, begin beginning
ning beginning at three o'clock. The sixteen
players found places at four tables
placed in the music room and recep reception
tion reception hall and for two hours the
games were enthusiastically played
by Misses Hester Dewey, Annie Dav Davis,
is, Davis, Mary Burford, Marie Von Engel Engel-ken,
ken, Engel-ken, Beulah Hall, Fannie and Rose Rosebud
bud Rosebud Robinson, Bettie Mclver, Eugen
ia Fuller, Hope Robinson, Minnie
Stovall, Ellen Clarkson, Mrs. C. B.
Ayer, Mrs. J. D. Robinson, Mrs. Jake
Brown and Mrs. Thomas Wayne.
While scores were being added
after the final game, the tables were
laid with dainty cloths and escalloped
oysters, pickles, coffee, jelo vevlet
and fruit cake was served, and while
relishing the delicacies Miss Bittin Bittinger
ger Bittinger awarded the prizes, a box of
dainty handkerchiefs to the visitor
and silk hose to the club member
making the highest score.
After an enjoyable visit of two
weeks with relatives and friends,
Mrs. W. W. Clements returned to
Lake Weir this afternoon, where she
makes her home with her daughter,
Mrs. J. G. Spurlin.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Budd and
Misses Hilda and Mary Budd, of
Leesburg, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Schreiber, arriving at noon. Mr.
and Mrs. Budd and Miss Mary Budd
will return home on the evening
train, leaving Miss Hilda to visit
Miss Dorothy Schreiber.
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, who has
bten convalescing from an illness of
two weeks, suffered a relapse last
night and today she has been very
sick at her home on Oklawaha ave avenue,
nue, avenue, which news will be learned
with much regret by her frienis.
Mrs. E. J. Hagood has returned
home after a pleasant visit with
friends in Lynchburg, Va., where she
v. as an out of town guest at the wed wedding
ding wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Walker.
Jacksonville Metropolis.
Mr. Joseph Bell and sisters are
having extensive improvements done
on their home on East Adams street.
Two new rooms are being added, the

Mr. H. A. Black, the invalid
gentleman who came here six weeks
ago in hopes to repair his shattered
ealth, passed away peacefully in
is little cottage in the north of
town at 3:45 this morning.
Mr. Black was a citizen of Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia and was 47 years of age. His
immediate relatives are his wife and
little daughter, father, four-, brothers
and one sister. His wife reached
Ocala on the morning train yester yesterday
day yesterday and was with her husband in
his last hours.
iMr. Black was a member of the
firm of Black & Bowman of Stanton,
Va., and did a prosperous business
till his health failed. He movid to
Richmond and followed a light oc occupation
cupation occupation for a while then went to a
sanatarium, and finally came to
Ocala Dec. 17, last. He was a very
pleasant gentleman to meet, and
made a number for friends here, who
sympathized with him intensely in
his brave fight for life and better
health. He probably would have re recovered
covered recovered had he come here sooner.
Mrs. D. A. Smith and his other
neighbors, effectively assisted by
Messrs. B. H. Seymour and J. D.
Rooney, have seen that he lacked for
no attention in his last days.
Mr. Black was a member of the
Presbyterian church and the order
of Elks. A delegation from the
Ocala lodge will accompany the re remains
mains remains to the Seaboard station this
afternoon, when Mrs. Black leaves
with them for Richmond. Mclver &
MacKay had charge of the arrange arrangements.
ments. arrangements. WILLIAM HEXSLEY
Mr. William Hensley was buried
this afternoon at Oak. He was 79
years of age and had made his home
with his daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Harderter, at
Oak. Mr. Hensley came here from
Arkansas thTee years ago.
MID-WINTER WATERMELONS
Much attention has been attracted
by the appearance in the Board of
Trade west window the last day or
two of a fine-looking watermelon, an
unusual sight at this time of year.
The melon was raised by Dr. D. M.
Boney on his farm near town. It is
one of quite a number of fine melons
with which the doctor has been re regaling
galing regaling his family and friends the
past few days.
These melons bear testimony to
the mildness of Ocala's climate as
well as to Dr. Boney's skill as an ag agriculturist.
riculturist. agriculturist. WISE AND OTHERWISE
(Clipped Without Credit)
Why worry, Mr. Bill-Payer?
first is. yet to come.
The
Old Mother Hubbard's cupboard
was nothing to Mexico's treasury.
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'Many a man punctures his tire on
the road to wealth.
A small boy with made over pants
naturally takes after his father.'
Most aviators have their ups and
downs.
Many a man who Itches for office
is scratched at the polls.
All the world's a stage, and a lot
of us do nothing put push scenery.
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Clothes don't make, the man, and
very few of them make the woman
these days.
Some women have embonpoint of
their own, and some acquire it with
the assistance of a dressmaker.
MARIOX-DUXX MASOXTC LODGE
Manon-Dunn Lodge Xo. 19, F. &
A.. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Carn, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
DARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC Fluid
is a inarvelou, household remedy.
It cures cramp colic instantly. Cor Corrects
rects Corrects nauseated stomach, heals cuts,
wounds and sores on the surface of
the body and destroys serins in the
sick room. It is used internally and
externally. Sold by all druggists Ad
SUGAK HAMMOCK LAX!S
Partridge-Woodrow Compai.y
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
All kinds of pastry, cakes and
bread fresh every day. "In quality
we trust not quantity." Carter's
Bakery, North Main street. 1-26-tf

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ASSESSIENT 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.
OCALA LI I DUE NO. 280, 15. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge, No. 286, Benovelent
and Protective Order of Elks, me?ts
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. jVisiting breth brethren
ren brethren a'ways welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad-
If You
Want to Buy,
Sell or
Exchange
New or Second Second-Hand
Hand Second-Hand Furniture
4 Phone, write or call on
lis before doing so.
We are buying, selling
and exchanging both
New and Second-hand
Furniture all the time,
and can accommodate
you.
Easy terms made on
enstallment contracts if
you are not prepared to
pay cash.
Marion Furniture
Company,
C. A FORT, Proprietor
West Exposition Str?e?.
Ocala, Florida

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Very Complete Line, Don't Fail See It.

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Novelty Striped and Checked.
fabrics, unusual Patterns from

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UNCLASSIFIED ADS
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Lost, Found, Wanted For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
FOR RENT Furnished rooms.
Call at Xo. 515 E. Adams St. 12-31 tf
WANTED A small roll top desk;
must be In good repair and low in
price. Address H. D.t care Evening
Star. l-28-6t
POSITION WANTED Competent
white woman desires position in pri?
vate family lo do housework or care
for children. Wages can be satis satisfactorily
factorily satisfactorily arranged. Apply to ReV.
W. H. Dodge or Rev. Bunyan Steph Stephens.
ens. Stephens. l-28-6t
RAGS WANTED The Star office
will buy CLEAN COTTON rags for
use in cleaning up presses and ma machinery.
chinery. machinery. 12-12-tf
ROLL TOP DESK FOR SALE A
brand new roll top office desk, never
used, for sale cheap for cash. Ap Apply
ply Apply at Star office. 1-30-tf
FOR SALE Barber shop fixtures.
Address, P. O.Jiox 243, Ocala, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 136-tf
. FOR RENT Newly furnished
room; every convenience; two men
or couple. 609 S. 2nd St. l-29-6t
FOR RENT A seven room house,
good location on Oklawaha avenue.
Possession will be given on Feb. 1st.
Phone 66. 618 Oklawaha ave. 14-12t
FOR RENT A small store room
or large office; ground floor, good
location. Apply to C. R. Kreger.
1-24-Ct
FOR SALE Half acre, or more,
ribbon seed cane; root and stalk.
Address, Geo. A. Butler, Mgr., Ta Ta-vares,
vares, Ta-vares, Fla. 1-30-61
FOR RENT Three or four fur furnished
nished furnished rooms for light housekeep housekeeping;
ing; housekeeping; two open hearths and two flues;
lath, etc; up-stairs; also, use of gar garage.
age. garage. Apply to 716 S. Fifth street.
Phone 2S8. l-24-6t
COTTAGE FOR RENT My cot cottage
tage cottage on South Third street next
door west of the primary school

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house, all modern conveniences, is
for rent at $20 per month. R. R.
Carroll.. 1-23-tf
FOR RENT Upstairs five-room
apartments unfurnished; lights, wa water,
ter, water, etc.; conveniently located. Apply
t3 T. C. Carter, at Carter's Bakery.
North Main street 1-2 6-6t
SUGAK HAMMOCK LANDS
. Partridge-Woodrow Compan
Selling Agents
3Iercliant,s Block, Ocala
Professional as well as amateur
photographers use the famous "En-'
sign" films to be Jiad only at the
Court Pharmacy. 1-17-tf
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'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
Killer-will give sure relief it kills
the worms while its laxative effect
adds greatly to the health of your
child by removing the dangerous
and disagreeable 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
Patronize the new bicycla shop,
410 N. Orange street, Oliver Mead Meadows,
ows, Meadows, proprietor. l-26-6t
SHERIFF'S SALE

Under and by virtue of an execution
issued out of and under the seal of
circuit court, in and for Marion county,
Florida, dated the 29th day of January,
1914. In a certain cause wherein. Abe
Brown & Bro. are plaintiffs and D. IL
IJurry in defendant, I have levied on
and will on
Mradar 3lareh 2ad, 1014
the same being: a legal sales day, and
duringr the legal hours of sale, offer for
sale at the west door of the court
house in Ocala. Florida, and sell the
same to the highest and best bidder
for cash the following: described real
estate in Marion county, Florida, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: Commencing? 210 feet west of north northeast
east northeast corner of northwest Quarter of lot
3 fract U. S. G. survey, thence south
420 feet, west 150 feet, north 420 feet,
east 150 feet, section 21, township 12,
range 21.
1124 feet north and south on south
end of lot 14. block 4. Orann Uke,
section 21. township 12, ransre 21.
Lot bounded on north by Arredonda
street. 141 feet northeast by John
Burry lot. said lot being in northwest
corner of Arredonda and Hampton
streets, south by Hampton street, west
by Whitney's lot. Orange Lake, section
21, township 12. range 21.
Sold to satisfy said execution and all
cost. J. P. GALLOWAY'.
' Sheriff Marion County, Florida.
JOSEPH BELL.
Plaintiffs Attorney. 1-30-frl

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THE OCALA EYEXIXG STAR, FRIDAY, JANUARY SO, 1914

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FTTlHIS SALE has been the talk of the town since it began. The public seems to realize that we hive cut the prices deeper than ever before. Everybody
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is trading and buying! their goods at this sale. A good many people are laying in their next year s supply of Comforts, Blankets, Underwear and Cloth Clothing.
ing. Clothing. It will pay you to investigate. Ask your neighbors about this Sale. They will tell you that it will save you money. These prices will -go on
for NINETEEN DAYS. Be sure you come in and get your share of the great values. Our Winter Goods MUST be sold. Read about them here.
Look Hon HIhis ISiigr
;en SSgprus, HOnoy "Willi Show Youji

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This sale is worth
your consideration,

everything ad-

as

vertised will positi

vely be sold.

Ladies $1.00 Hand
made Avia- CQr
tion Caps 3 v

Ladies' 50c Hand
made Avia- 'Jflp
tion Caps Lt

Full size Chrocheted
Bed Spread, $1.50
v?!u?.for.;::;85c

18 x 36 inch Huck
Towels, special in
this sale for 7J-
I 2

Men's full size Hem

stitched Hand Handkerchiefs
kerchiefs Handkerchiefs for

3c

18 x 18 inch Highly
Mercerized Hemmed
Napkins for . OA
per doz 04v

58 inch Table Da Damask,
mask, Damask, regular 29c
grade at per

AH Linen Torchon
Laces, assorted wid widths,
ths, widths, values to 2C
10c at per yd Dw

Look for the
"BIGBEIT SIGNS
Don't forget the
Date and Place

35c Brassiers, made

very good, spec-
ial in this sale e)v

Ladies' Colored Silk
Petticoats tif AO
special for tpI7U

A few odds and ends
of Men's and Boys'
Coats, some sold up to
$3, some slightly iQp
damaged at Vsv

Men's Suits & Overcoats
i
We would like to sell every suit
and overcoat in our store. If the,
M public "only knew how much the
prices have been cut, the stock would
go in less time than it takes to write
these words.
Men's Overcoals. We can't tell you
about it here, but the I0 AtZ
$5 and $6.50 kind are J0xO
Men's Overcoats, full length, all
; kinds, $7.50 to $10.00 values, to
go in this sale for dyf QC
only J'r0
Men's Overcoats, Black and Gray,
some waterproof, worth up to
$12.00, In this sale Ag
only...:. PD.jO
Men's Overcoats, the best In the
store, some unfinished worsteds,
all worth up to $15, Jf QC
in this sale..... VO0
Men's Suits, made up to now and in intended
tended intended to sell for (Jl 1 OK
$20, in this sale. pLLVD
Men's Suits, the Frankel $15.00
Suit, the best made for the money,
to go in this sale for tiQ QC
only i . J2D
Men's Suits, exceptionally good $10
v and $12.50 values, in J"7 QC
sale for only. ....... V 0
'Mn's Suits. We have a large as assortment,
sortment, assortment, some will have to be
.sold in this sale at "IQ QC
only .i;. PO0
'

MY

mm

Serpentine Crepes, known the world
over, 19c values at per 1Q
yard IOC
Duckling Fleece, best for kimonas,
usual 20c values, at per 1 1
yard 1 1C
9-4 Unbleached Pepperell Sheeting,
29c value, this sale per OA
yard tJC
36-inch Cotton Ratine Dress Goods,
39c values, special in this QC QC-sale
sale QC-sale per yard ZSiOC
Toile Dii Nord Dress Ginghams, the
best made, in this sale 1 A
only per yard 1UC
Fast Colored Dress Ginghams, real
10c value In this sale per
yard C
Linen Finish Chambray, all colors,
10c values, sale price per o
yard '. OC
i 1

Brown Suiting (all) Linen, 48 inches
wide, 59c value, price per A l
yard. 41 C
Cotton Flannel, Unbleached, real
10c values, in this sale per'1 f
yard f C
Real Heavy Canton Flannel, good
15c value, special sale f
price per yard 1UC
40-inch Lingerie, suitable for a lot
of things, 15c value, at 1 A
per yard. XvfC
Yard-wide- Bleached Sheeting, finish finished
ed finished soft, 9c values, price per
yard 4 C
American and Simpson Prints, the
best 8c value made, at per C
yard OC
Outing Flannels, all colors, 10 and
12 cent values, sale price per y
yard'. f C.

Ladies9 Suits and Coats
This season we are determined to
rid our store of every suit and coat
in it. Look at the prices and you
will buy regardless of the season.
Here is a lot of the best suits in our
store. They sold up to $25.00
and are up to now at QC
, only. P0
Here is anothef lot of suits. Some
are last year's styles and worth up
to $17.50, in this sale o QC
only PO470
Just a few Ladies' Long Black Coats,
made right, worth up QC
to $6, in this sale only D
Sport Coats, only a few. they are
very stylish. We sold them up
to $8.00, now they go do QC
at only..... PO0
Another lot of Long Coats. Some
are Plush, but mostly new mater materials,
ials, materials, worth up to $15, dJ'T QC
in this sale only. ... P 0
A real good lot of Coats. The goods
are so new that we do not know
the name, but some dQ QC
$20 values at only. P!0
Here are the best Coats in our store
and that means the best in Ocala
They sold up to $25, d Q Q C
now they go at. P AO0
Come in and look at our coat val values,
ues, values, a good many will be in style
next season.

lifts'

flat

We -will put in

is sale the re

mainder of our
Fall and Winter
Trimmed and
Ready-to-wear
that sold up to
$7.98
(My t
This is some value.
Look for the Big
Ben Signs

19 Yards Heavy Yellow Homespun
Good for numerous household uses,
Yard wide, worth 7c yard, for only

14 Yards Bleached Sheeting
Soft finish, yard wide, worth $1.40,
For only ..... ... .

Ladies Dresses

We handle the largest line of
Dresses in Ocala.

We have here a special lot of House

Dresses, all sizes, values
up to $2.00, at only. .

A large assortment of Charmeuse,
Silk, Serge and Messaline Dresses

that sold up to $10,
now only. .........

98 c

$3.95

Another assortment of Evening and

Street Dresses, very stylish, values

up to $15 in this sale
only

$8.95

The best in our store. Some of these

dresses you nave raved over.

Values up to
$29.50, now only.

$14.50

Xo Alterations Xone on Approval.
No Exchange of Dresses.

Ladies' Skirts and
Waists
Ladies Skirts have been very pop popular
ular popular this season and as we had a
large line, therefore we have a good
assortment left on hand.
One special lot of Skirts, containing
values up to $3, will J- yflC
go in this sale at. V xO
Onother lot of the very latest effects
in Skirts, some of the very best we
had this season, values 10 AP
up to $7, now only. J370
We have a very large assortment of
waists that will go in this sale.
Our best one is a large line that

sold up to $2 which mill
go in this sale at. .

98c

Sweaters

FOR THE

on

This Sale will last
24 Selling Days, No
Continuation. Mon Monday,
day, Monday, Jan. 26 is the
first day, Saturday,
Feb. 21 is the last
day.

Misses and Child Children's
ren's Children's Long Coats,

values to

$8, only..

$3.5

John B. Stetson

Hats, the
real goods

$2.98

Ladies $1 and $1.25
Cambric Petti- diQn
ticoats at .... U" v

50 and 75c Baby
Caps, light 2(U
weight, at. t)w

Ladies $1.50 Outing
Night Gowns Q0r
well made at "0

Ladies $1.00 Outing
Night Gowns, fiQr
assorted, at Uy v

39c
75 c

$1.25
98c

Children's 50c and 75c
Sweaters to go at, .
Children's $1.25 and $1.50
Sweaters go at. ......

.Misses' $2.00 Sweaters
go at
Ladies' $1.50 Sweaters
go at.

Ladies $2.00 Sweaters nr
go at. J 1
Ladies' $2.50 and $3.00 AO
Sweaters go at ... vl O
Ladies' $3.50 and $5.00 J0 QO
Sweaters go at.
Men's 50c. to $1.00 Sweat- OQ
ers go at. 02C
Men's $1.50 and $3 Sweat- QO
ers go at vOC'
The Above Prices will
Certainly Move This
line.

Vests for Men, they
are from suits and are
worth up to $2, spec special
ial special in this sale ICp
only lt)v

i

OCALA, FLOMBA

Any Ladies' Fall Hat
in the store, some

worth $7.98
for

98c

Ladies 59c Outing
Gowns, assort-
ed at only 0"

During the Daily
Half Hour Specials
goods will be sold at
less than cost of
manufacture.

Ladies' $2.50 Flan Flan-nellette
nellette Flan-nellette Kimonas,
assorted

Be sure to at attend
tend attend the Daily
Half Hour
Specials

Ladies $1.50 Silk

Flounce Petti- QQr
coats, all colors yO

Men's Alligator brand
Slickers, the don't leak

kind at.-.-

$2.69

Men's 50c knitted
work Overshirts all
sizes for .... 39C

BAY LAKE

Bay Lake. Jan. 29. We are hav having
ing having some very pleasant weather
again after so much rain.
Mr. William Matchett went over
to Fort McCoy Thursday.
Miss Beatrice Porter entertained
the young folks Saturday night at
her birthday party. All report a
good time.
Miss Rosa Howell of Plant City,
came up last Saturday to finish the
school term, the school being closed
during the sickness and death of the
former teacher, Miss Pomeroy. We
wish her much success.
We are glad to know that Miss
Mattie Waldron is able to be up
again, after being confined to her
bed a week or more from mumps.
Mr. A. Knight and family left
Monday for Michigan, where Mr.
Knight has accepted a position with
his father.
Miss Donnie Waldron left Monday
for Melbourne to visit her sister,
Mrs. R. L. Geiger.
Messrs. Raleigh Waldron and Earl

Wilson called on Misses Laura Kemp
and Beatrice. Porter Sunday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Miss Maud Wilson was shopping
in Ocala Tuesday.

SOUTH LAKE WEIR

South Lake Weir, Jan. 29. Mr.
Harry Piano of the Tampa citrus ex exchange,
change, exchange, is here on business and is lo located
cated located at the Carey House.
Miss Irene Gates, who has been
visiting in Webster for the last
week, returned Wednesday, noon, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by her nephew, Karl
E. Brown.
Mrs. E. B. Sherman has arrived
home after a vacation of several
months. Mrs. Sherman while away
visited a great many places and has
enjoyed her trip hugely. Her many
friends are glad to see her home
again.
The play that was to have been
given at South Lake Weir school
bouse the 22nd of February, has
been called off, we hear.
Mr. E. H. Raymond of Pittsfield,

Mass., is visiting his old friends
around here this week. He was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Gates Mon Monday.
day. Monday. It has been some 14 years
since Mr. Maymond was here, and
as he used to live here he finds a
great many of his old friends gone
and new people in their homes, but
all who remember him are glad, to
welcome him again.
We hear M. E. Smith, Will Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, A. Hector and several others
caught a fine large otter Tuesday of

this week. Mr. Schnitzler had it
skinned and is saving its hide. Quite!
a rare thinjf in this neighborhood, j

Mcintosh

P. Wilson & Co., of Philadelphia,
Pa., is in town soliciting consign consignments
ments consignments of vegetables.

WEIRSDALE

Mcintosh. Jan. 29., Mrs. Smith!
and Miss Edna Gaitskill were in Oca-i

la 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 Xoble Outcast"
at the Bank building, on Friday
night.
Mr. Dersny, representative of J.

Weirsdale, Jan. 29. The new
bride and groom, Mr. and Mrs.
Thoi as Kelsey, have returned from
their wedding trip and are now
cozily domiciled at Stanton.
Our iotel is being generously pat patronized.
ronized. patronized. Four new guests came
Tuesday. Good service and our
beautiful lake attract many winter
tourists.
R. L. Lytle was a Tuesday trader
in Ocala.
Rev. Logan visited between trains
Wednesday in Candler with Rev. E.
G. McKinley.
Miss Bertie L. Coggins and Mrs.
Allen Cameron traded in Ocala
Wednesday.
Agent Gano autoed to Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field Wednesady.
Miss Irene Gates returned from
Webster Wednesday, where she had
visited several days with her sister.

Mrs. Brown. Mi3s Gates brought her
little nephew, Master Brown home
with her.
E. Schnitzler is putting several
acres near his packing house to cit citrus
rus citrus fruit.
R. L. Lytle is planning to set ten
acres to the south df the E. Schnitz Schnitzler
ler Schnitzler packing house in grapefruit this
spring.
W. B. Coggins has recently sold
twenty acres north of his home to
Messrs. J. R. Xee and J. E. Klock of
St. Petersburg. Mr. Coggins will put
this to citrus fruit, ten acres this
year and ten next year, and care for
it until it begins to bear fruit. Many
contracts of this kind would be made
if men of means knew the value of
such a proposition.
Mrs. Alice Reed, who has been
quite sick for a few days, is con convalescing
valescing convalescing nicely.
Pastor Evangelist Rev. R. W. Ed Edwards
wards Edwards of Jacksonville, will preach
Saturday evening, Sunday, morning
and evening, and Monday night. The
pastor. Rev. J. A. Logan, has ar arranged
ranged arranged for the services to continue a

week. All are cordially invited.

Ocala Seed Store
is headquarters for Po&. Po&.-try
try Po&.-try Foods nud Stock, and
Poulir Powders. W keep
on band all tho time:
lieef Scrap,
I:1km1 MeaL
Mica Grit,
Cracked Bone,
Charcoal,
Scratch Food,
Wheat,
COXKEVS Poultry and
Stock Foods and Rem Remedies:
edies: Remedies: a full line.

large assortment
Flower Pots.

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(Continued from Page Five)
CHAPTER VII.
El Comandante.
Tl
HE newcomer was a blnefc
imiml. black eyed young fel-
" l I ll'Lil.
Mh skin was swarthy even In
this poor IteUt. It -ould he seen that
he was of tlie real Castilian type and
of a much letter class than the others.
He was slender and straight, his mouth
small and decorated by a carefully pen penciled
ciled penciled little mustache, which was
groomed to a needle sharpness.
"Eh! Ere you are." he bepan angrily.
"Yes. 1 want to pet out. too. What
does this treatment mean?'
The newcomer stepped toward the
other occupant of the cell, at which
Allan hroke out hi terror: "Don't you
touch me. I'm n British object."
After scanning the Jamaican careful carefully
ly carefully the officer isrued an order to one
of his men. who left the room.
"And I'm an American.' Anthony
declared. "You'll have to answer for
this
"Per'aps you "don know who I am.
1 am Ramon Alfarez. comandante of
police, an' you dare' to t'row the wa water
ter water of the ose wagon upon my person.
Your gover'ment will settle for those
Insolt. His white teeth showed in a
furious snarl. The commandant's eyes
flashed as he asked shortly, 'Wat is
your name?"
"Anthony. Your men tried to kill
that boy. and when I wouldn't stand
for it they beat me up."
"You strock me wit the water of the
ose carriage, repeated the other.
"I didn't know who you were. I was
helping to stop that fire when you
butted In. Those runts of yours got
handcuffs on me and then beat me up.
I'm sick. So's that boy. We need a
doctor."
Alfarez shook his head. You resis
the police. Even In your country one
mus not do that"
"Will you take me to a telephone?"
"It is not permit"
"Will you notify Mr. Weeks r
Receiving no reply to this request
Kirk broke out: "Well, then, what are
you going to do? Let us stay here all
night?"
"Wat is your blzness?"
"I haven't any."
"You don work on the canal?"
"No, I'm a tourist. My father is a
big railroad man In the States. I'm
telling you this so you'll know how to
act"
"Were do you leeve w'at 'otel?
"I've been stopping with Mr. Weeks."
Senor Alfarez's attitude' became
somewhat less overbearing.
"In due time he will be notify of
your outrage to my person." he an announced.
nounced. announced. The fellow who had left the room a
moment before now reappeared, carry carrying
ing carrying a bucket of water and some towels,
with which he directed Allan to re remove
move remove the blood from his face and
hands. When it came Kirk's turn,
however, be objected.
"I think I'll wait until Weeks sees
me," he said.
But Alfarez retorted sharply, "It Is
not permit" And. seeing that resist resistance
ance resistance would be useless. Kirk acquiesced
as gracefully as he could, remarking
as he did so:
"Yoil'll hflTP hflrrt wnrlr iroehlnn rxfP
this and this." Be indicated the traces
of the handcuffs and the gash in his i
scalp. 1 1
The commandant turned to his men

and addressed them-at some length,
calling them to task, as Allan later in informed
formed informed his companion, for using their
clubs in a manner to mark their pris prisoners
oners prisoners so conspicuously. Then he fol followed
lowed followed them into the corridor, closing
the grating behind him.
The hours passed, and daylight came
with no word from the American
consul. By this time the two prison prisoners
ers prisoners were really in need of medical at attention.
tention. attention. Their contusions pained them
severely. Kirk felt as If one or more
"of his ribs were broken, and his suffer suffering,
ing, suffering, combined with hunger, prevented
sleep. He became feverish and fret fretful,
ful, fretful, hut his demands for communica communication
tion communication with the outside world were calm calmly
ly calmly ignored, although he felt certain
that his wishes were fully understood.
When the morning had passed without
his being arraigned for a hearing he
grew alarmed. Evidently he had been
flung into confinement and forgotten.
Eventually Kirk and Allan were given
food, but still no one came to their re relief.
lief. relief. The afternoon wore on without an
encouraging sign till Kirk began to
think that Weeks had refused to in intercede
tercede intercede for him and intended to leave
lilra to the mercies of his enemies.
It- wm considerably after dark when

a visitor as at last admitted. e
proved to 1m? the English consul.. whom
Anthony had never met.
"What are you doing here? the
newcomer inquired. Then when the
facts had leen iaia ltefore him he1 ex exclaimed.
claimed. exclaimed. "Why. I beard that a j Ja Jamaican
maican Jamaican negro had leen arrested, but I

heard nothtnz alont mistreatment of
a white man."
"Doesn't anybody know I'm here
"l m sure no one does, lhpse
heathens lied to you. They never
communicated with Weeks or any anybody.
body. anybody. They're afraid. This is an Aid
trick of theirs manhandling a pris prisoner,
oner, prisoner, then keeping him hidden until
he, recovers. If he doesn't recover
they get out of it on some excuse r
other as best thev can. But I'll ha we
Allan here out in two hours or I'll j
know .the reason. Enjrland protects j
her subjects. Mr. Anthony, an these j
people know it"
"I guess Uncle Sam is strong enough.!
to command respect." said Anthony, j
"Well. 1 know the circumstances j
now. and I'll go straight to Weeks. 1
He can arrange your release without
trouble. If you were an Englishman, j
I'd have, you out In no time and you'd J
collect handsome damages oo. This
boy will." .
True to the consul's prediction, a lit little
tle little later the Jamaican 'was led out of
the cell, and from the fact that he was
not brought back Kirk judged that the
British intervention had been 'effectual.
But It was not until the next morning.
the second of his imprisonment, that jj
the cell door opened once more, this
time to admit the portly figure of John
Weeks aud the spruce person of Senor
Ramon Alfarez.
Kirk told his story as briefly and
convincingly as ne count, nut w ueu
he h?.d finished the consul shook his
head.
"I don't ?ee what I can do for you."
he said. "According to your own dec declaration
laration declaration you resisted a police officer.
You'll have to take your medicine.
You'll be tried as soon as they get
around to it.'
"Look here! Kirk showed the marks
his assailants had left upou him. "Will
you stand for that? I've been here
two nights now without medical at attention."
tention." attention." "How about that Alfarez?"
The commandant shrugged his shoul shoulders.
ders. shoulders. "If he required a doctor, one
shall be secure, but he Is not severely
Injure. I ave explain the frightful
indignity to the honor of my person,
yes? As for me. pooh! It Is forget
He waved his hand gracefully and
smiled sweetly upon his fat visitor.
"I guess yon ain't burt much." said
Weeks, eyeing his countryman coldly.
"You didn't get any more than was
coming to you."
"I won't stand for this!" cried the
prisoner hotly. "The English consul
got that nigger boy out and I want you
to do the same for me."
"You don't understand. I've got
business interests in this country, and
1 can't dash about creating Interna International
tional International issues every time an American
gets locked up for disorderly conduct"
thingr' Kirk inquired slowly. Or is
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We will send for your clothes and launder them as
they should be laundered, returning them to your
home as quickly as first-class work can be turned out.
Our machinery is all of the latest make, which practi practically
cally practically eliminates the possibility of injuring even the
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MARION COUNTY DIRECTORY
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Indp'a f"irvi1f fo.ii pf
-W. S.
Bui
j ocCf Ocala
District
Ocala.
Attorney E. W. Davis.
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Ocala.
Sheriff J P. Gallow-y, Ocala.
Tax Coli. tor W. L. Colbert.
Ocala.
Tax Assessor Alfred Ayer, Oca'a.
Treasurer John M. Graham,
Ocala. s
Surveyor W. A. Moorhead, Ocala.
Judge of Prouate Wm. E. Smith,
Ocala.
County Commissioners C. CarmJ
chael, Ocaia; J. W. Davis. Summer Summer-field;
field; Summer-field; W T. Henderson. Lynne; D. G.
Watkins, Dunnellon; Walter Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, Sparr.
Pnif H PnViHn TnsfniAttnn T T
Brinson, Superintendent. Ocala, B.
R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S. Grantham.
WONDERFUL COUGH REMEDY
Dr. King's New Discovery is known
everywhere as a remedy which will j
surely stop a cough or cold. D. P.
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iawson, 01 poison, ienn., wntes:
"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 i
no guarantee." This is true, because j
Dr. King's New Discovery will re-j
lieve the most obstinate of coughs j
and colds. Lung trouble quickly :
helped by Its use. You should keep
a bottle in the house at all times for
. oil -mTri hoia rr rho familtr Kiiit n-"!
$1. A11 druggists or by mail, H. E. :
Louis. Adv
REGio TRATION NOTICE
The registration books of Marion
county will be open for registration
in each election district during the
months of January and February,
1914. In district No. 1 (Ocala) the
book will be open from Monday noon
till Saturday noon and Friday nights
till 10 o'clock of each week from
first Monday in January till first
Monday in March.
All persons who fail to register in
their respective districts can regis register
ter register 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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YOUR KIDNEYS
Ocala Residents Must Learn the Im Importance
portance Importance of Keeping them
Well
Perfect health means that every
organ of the body is performing its
functions properly.
Perfect health cannot be enjoyed
if the. kidneys are weak and disor disordered
dered disordered Thousands testify that Doan's Kid Kidney
ney Kidney Pills have a reviving action on
weak kndneys.
What this remedy has done in so
many cases of this kind Is the best
proof of its merit.
Read the following. It's testi testimony
mony testimony gratefully given by a residnet
of this locality:
Mrs. J. A. Shannon, 1009 E. Court
St., Gainesville, Fla., says: "Kid "Kidney
ney "Kidney weakness annoyed me and I suf suffered
fered suffered from a lame and aching back
that made it impossible for me to
rest well. I used Doan's Kidney
Pills and found them to be just as
represented. They gave me gheat re relief."
lief." relief." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kindey remedy get
Doan's Kindej Pills the same that
Mrs. Shannon had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Proprietors, Buffalo, N. Y. 2.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
COLDS & LaGRIPPE
5 or 6 doses 666 will break
any case cf Chills & Fever, Colds
& LaGrippe; it acts on the liver
better than Calomel snd does not
gripe or sicken. Price 2S

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TRANSFER AND CTKEPUaOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors.

Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Packing and
Shipping o!
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service Service-the
the Service-the Best.

The Coast Country of Calif oroia
Would you like a glimpse of this beautiful rugged country where
dairying and fruit raising pay big profits; where the sun shines almost
all the year; where the people are happy and prosperous?
" California is a vast state. It is as different in different portions as
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is Florida and Michigan The coast country for instance Monterey
county, Santa Barbara, Sonoma and the other counties that border the
Pacific are much different from the interior valleys or Southern Cali California.
fornia. California. You can bring this beautiful country to 'your, own home.' Sent us
ten cents in stamps to cover postage and we will mail booklet, answer
your questions and forward a sample copy of SUNSET MAGAZINE, the
monthly guide and text-book of the homeseeker and settler. l-28-3t
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SuilSet Magazine SeYvice Bureau, San Francisco, California.

OPEN DAT AND W1UHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. -Adv.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block Ocala
A TEXAS WONDER
The Texas Wonder cures kidney j
and bladder troubles, dissolves grav gravel,
el, gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame
backs, rheumatism, and all irregu irregularities
larities irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in
both men and women. Regulates
bladder trouble in children. If not
sold by your druggist, will be sent
by mail on receipt of $1. One small
bottle is two month's treatment, and
seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send
for testimonials from this and other
states. Dr. E. w. Hall, 2926 Olive
St., St. Louis Mo. Sold by druggists.
Adv.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala
ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
1:30 p. m. C. E. Simmons, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
SUGAR HAMMOCK LANDS
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala J-13-tf
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FOR FROST BITES AND CHAPPED"
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For frost bitten ears, fingers and
tnoe. .hnrwH hart' an' Un rhll-'
toes, cnappea nanas ana lips, cnu-.
blains, cold sores, red and rough
skins, there's nothing to equc' ''uck-
len's Arnica Salve. Stops the pain at
once and heals quickly, 'n every
home there should be a box handy f
all the time. Best remedy ror ail i
Rkin iIIspsbps. Itchine fviema. tetter.!
piles, etc. All druggists or by mall.
H. E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia,
or St. Louis. Adv
Many an orator with a grip on Ms!
subject can't hold his audience.

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We Sell
BEAVER BOARD,
or Ceiling fa
quaury or rncc.
lavestizcte.
Phone 2C3
KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS
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Ocala Loage No. 19. Convention!
Held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle. Hall, over the Jam Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. Wm. M. Gober, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. 8. Ad
Itooray! Blood
Tree of Imrjrifcs
Eczema Gone! Acne, Tetter.
Rash, Pimples, Carbuncles,
Boils Banished!
It 1 certainly remarkable bow quickly
the action of 8. S. 8., the famous blood
purifier, Bhows lUelf In the akin.
There la one ingredient in 8. 8. 8. which
peculiarly stimulates cellular or glandular
activity to select from the blood, or from
the fine network of blood v panels in the
skin, those elements which It requires for
regeneration.
Thus Dimples, acne, eczema, lupus, or
any other blood condition that attacks the
skin or seeks an outlet through the akin U
met wun ue anuuouu rueci vi o. o. o.
This la why skin troubles vanish so
readily and why they do not return. Un Under
der Under the influence of S. 8.. 8. this fine net'
work of blood vessels in the skin la con constantly
stantly constantly seiectine from the blood the nutri nutrition
tion nutrition required or healthy tissue, and the
cause of disease la just as constantly be be-in?
in? be-in? removed, scattered and rendered
Lsmless.
You will be surprised and delighted at
the Quick change If you will use 3. 8. 8-,
ta fatnAlia Klwwf TktlFfflAsi T at aasvls In
1. A UiVUS HIMd SUl A m a u atiiuu III
the skin is quite sensational. These fact
are most rully explained in a book on
gjn ih MUoFSU
!1' Cnd 8- 8' s- 00 at all dreg stores.
Get a bottle .to-day and banish all rkin
tfietions.
Tw 3 tor & 8. S. look out for
th njmon triolt of trying to sell yoa
something else. Don't be misled.
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ALEXANDER
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PPAf'TTf'AI
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Carpenter and Builder
Carefnl Estimates Made on All Con
tMct Work. Gives more and,t4ttsi
work for the money tAan tny other
fu racto- In the city.