The Ocala evening star


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


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

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For AD d 2 C:
H&as-Zaehry Co.
VOL. 18.
NO. 243.

SALLOW COMPLEXION comes from bilious
imparities la the blood, and the fault lies with the

liver. It i torpid.
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la the greatest of all liver medicines. Its powerful purifying and,
strengthening influence is at once apparent in an improved appetite,
good digestion and a feeling of strength and energy in the body.
When the System has been put in order the yellow cast in the skin
gradually disappears and the complexion becomes clear and healthy.
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Office over Monroe & Chambliss B'k.

Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block.


Three Yodbk Tennesoeeann Walked
All the Way from Their Old Home
to Find a New One In Florida

Office Over Commercial Bank
Office Hoars, 8 to 12 a. m, 1 to S
p. m. THione 211.

D. Bouldin and Mr. and Mrs. B.

Howard arrived here afoot from

farm near Glllentlne, Tenn.

The young people are practical far

mers, but are here, without any means
of support until they can make a
crop' and to do this Immediately they

would have to rent a tract of land as
their ten acres is still uncleared.

Mr, Nathan Mayo, ever ready to help

his fellow, man, took the young people,

who are not over twenty years of age,

in hand and gave them much advice,

besides assisting them in their desti

tution. They have been advised to

get work among our farmers and to be
economical in their living until they

have paid for their ten acres. Efforts

were made by Mr. Mayo to secure
work for them and after "a consulta

tion with P. D. Blackwell arrange arrangements
ments arrangements were made to start them last

Thursday morning.

Physician and Surgeon
(jeneral Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly,
ly, Promptly, Might or TJay.
Special Attention to Obstetrics, Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women and Children.
Office Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and $. Holder
Building, Second Floor. Phones,
Office No. 333; Residence No. 333

17. S, MILLER, M. D.

Special Equipment for Treating Nose,

Throat, Lug and Skin Diseases

Office hours. 1 to 4 p. m. Phones:
Office, 444: Residence, 445. Over Mun-

roe & Clambllss Bank. Ocala, Fla.


Graduate of the United States Col
lege of Veterinary Surgeons,

Located at the Jones Hoopltal on Seath

First Street Went
All Calls Promptly Answered.


Contractor and Builder

Plans ana specifications Furnished

Upon Reauest.
129 South Third Street

(Summerfleld Chronicle)



Tou can use Bucklen's Arnica Salve

to cure children, of eczema, rashes,
tetter, chafings, scaly and crusted
humors, as well as their accidental in

juries cuts, burns, bruises, etc., with

perfect safety. Nothing else heals so
quickly.. For boils, ulcers, old, run running
ning running or fever sores or piles it has no
equal. 25 cents at Tydings & Co.

A Paraphrase.
"What is the meaning of .that QU9
tation, "There is a divinity that shapes
our ends, rough hew them ts wa
may'?" "Well," replied Senator Sor

ghum, "the proposition Is something
like this: It's easy enough to pass a
law, hut you don't know what it's go going
ing going to be till the Supreme court gets
through with it."

in 10 in

Fought Their All-World and All-Time

Famsut Duel Fifty Year Ago Satardaj-

Washlngton. March 10. The fiftieth

anniversary of the historic battle Be

tween the Monitor and the Merrimac
was commemorated last night at the

annual banquet of the American bo bo-ciety
ciety bo-ciety of Naval Engineers. The din

ers included one survivor of the Mer

rimac, Capt. H. II. Marmaduke. who

was a midshipman on that vessel.

Conspicuous among the decorations

were electric models of the two oppos opposing
ing opposing craft. William McFarland of New

York, who delivered the principal ad

dress, traced the advance tn enzixxeer enzixxeer-ing
ing enzixxeer-ing from The Monitor to the latest Am

erican dreadnought.

Fifty years ago March 9, 1862, the
battle between the Merrimac and the

Monitor was fought in Hampton

Roads. This. battle revolutionized na

val warfare and made every warship

of that day obsolete. The little Moni

tor, which had been contemptuously
referred to as a "cheese box on a raft."
could have met and defeated any ves

sel belonging to the navy of any Euro

pean power at that time. She was the

forerunner of the modern ironclad, and
yet she was a pygmy compared with
the dreadnoughts of today. The Mon

itor carried two 11-inch guns. They
were of the smooth bore type, and

each threw a solid shot weighing 100

pounds. These shots could be thrown
perhaps a mile with little accuracy.
Compare this armament with the
Michigan, which has eight twelve-inch
guns, each of which throws a projec projectile
tile projectile of 1,200 pounds a distance of ten
miles with surprising accuracy; twenty-two
three-inch firing- guns, eight
one-pounders and two torpedo tubes.
The Monitor was built of wood, pro protected
tected protected on the sides with Ave layers of
iron, each one inch thick. The turret
was built of eight layers of one inch
iron. The Michigan has an armor plate
of steel from eight to twelve inches
thick. The Michigan can fire a broad broadside
side broadside sixty or fifty times as heavy as
that of the Monitor.


We have Just received a large ship shipment
ment shipment of fresh and reliable bean, corn,
cuke, cantaloupe, tomato and squash
seeds. These seeds are the best that
can be had and will give perfect satis satisfaction.
faction. satisfaction. Special prices made on large
quantities. Tydings & Co.

There are Two Klnos or Chill Tonic




yommerelal aad Bulletin Signs Made
nnd Shipped to amy Point la Florida
P. O. BOX 181
Office aad Shop r
2SH S. Magnolia St.. Ocala, Fla.

(Formerly Smith & Roberts)

Marriage a Failure?
The statisticians inform us that
there. Is an Increasing tendency to toward
ward toward dlroroe, but the very worst di divorce
vorce divorce tables, show that 12 couples out
of every 100 get divorced within 20
years of the marriage day. But only
look at this statement from another
angle. There are 88 couples who do
not get divorced. And so, Is marriage
a failure? "Hardly!
One small bottle of Hall's Texas
wonder cures kidney and bladder
trouble?, gravel, diabetes, neuralgia,
rheumatism, weak and lame backs In

all ages. Write to Dr. E. W. Hall,
2926 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo., for
local testimonials. Sold-by druggists.

Opportunities Always Present.

"It Is not a single opportunity which
comes to a man. it is a train. It is a

never-ending procession, some small

er and more insignificant as the years

flow on, but ever and always oppor

tunlties too numerous, too great, and

too large for us to utilize fully." Prof
James, University of Illinois.

The Hart Line steamers will leave

Silver Springs at 2 o clock every

day except Monday. Tickets and

reservations at the office of Mr. W. "W.

Apt Misquotation.
The minister was attempting to
carveia very tough -fowl at the din dinner.
ner. dinner. As he was trying to separate one
of the. Joints It slid out of the dish to
the other side of the table. He calm calmly
ly calmly picked it up and gravely said:
"What God hath joined together let
no man put asunder." Ladies' Home



"Say, Weary, I see that some feller
In congress is going to ask th' gov

ernment to give work to everybody

"Say, what do you think of that! Well,
you can tell th' feller if you see him

that I've got a little too much pride
to depend f'r me livin' on th' bounty

of anybody's government."


S. C. B. Leghorns, white and barred

rocks; S. C. R. I. Reds and homer

pigeons of the best strains at bargain

prices. J. "W. Gardner, Kendrlck, Fla

Good Plan.

write down a list or things you

Intend to do In spare time and do

not let a week slip away, nor a day.

If you can help it, without doing one
of them. Each month will bring new
Interests which will be worth trying
to take up.

Age and

Are valuable qualities in a
Bank. The Munroe & Cham-

bliss Bank in Ocala was es

tablished in 1897. It has

withstood hard times and
panics. It has prospered in

the same manner as have its
patrons. For the young man

just entering business it is a

good bank to tie to.





AuiuadMen Morj- of Reaching: the
South Pole Seem Satisfactory to
the Scientists



United State Postal Savings Bank


May Follow Any Attempt by Our Gov

ernment to Give Americans Pref-

In Rates Through the
Panama Canal


Washington, March 10. Fixing the

maximum Panama canal tolls at $1.25
a ton, with a minimum not below an
amount sufficient to maintain and
operate the canal and with preference

to be given to American ships the

House committee on interstate com

merce by a vote of 14 to 4 yesterday

agreed on a bill for the operation of
the Panama canal. The bill would au

thorize the president to open and op

erate the canal and to make rules for

the government of the canal and fix
the tolls.

The English claim that according to

the Hays-Paunciforte treaty, all na nations
tions nations are to be treated alike in the
use of the canal.

London, March 11. Captain Amund Amundsen's
sen's Amundsen's story' of the discovery of the
South Pole is so convincing that it has
dispelled all doubts. The dash was
made with ease compared with the
privations suffered in reaching the
North Pole. ,mundsen upon reaching
the southernmost point on the globe
found the pole situated upon a high
plateau ten thousand feet above sea
level on an Antarctic continent. The
temperature at the pole was nine and
four-tenths below zero.
The Antarctic continent Is apparent apparently
ly apparently uninhabitated as no mention of
meeting any natives was made. The
lowest temperature experienced on the
trip was 70 below. A new mountain
range and the vast territory discov discovered
ered discovered were named after the king and
queen of Norway. No mention is
made of having seen any trace of Capt.
Scott and his British expedition.


Secretary of the Tampa Board
Trade Issues a Letter that Will
Appeal to rtnslness Men



Eugene Grace, Mysteriously Wounded

Atlanta Husband, Repudiates
His Wife
Atlanta, March 11. "I have been

stung, that's ail there is to it. I in

tend to get well and I shall institute

proceedings for absolute divorce," de

clared Eugene H. Grace yesterday in

the first interview he has given since

he was found mysteriously shot in his
home in the exclusive Peachtree sec section
tion section of the city last Tuesday evening.

Grace also expressed his firm con conviction
viction conviction that he was drugged and shot

by his wife, Mrs. Daisy Opie-Graee,

formerly the widow of a wealthy Phil

adelphia merchant.

Grace, so the dispatches say, court courted
ed courted the woman he married, who was a
member of Philadelphia's swift set,
while her husband was living, tho
sick, and married her sixteen days
after his death. If such be the facts,
he only "got what-was coming to him."


The Merchant's Cafe Is now open
night and day. Never closed. Tou can
get just what you want to eat, cooked
as you like it, at moderate prices. Fish
and oysters a specialty.
J. R. Dewey, Proprietor.


Is an almost certain result of kid kidney
ney kidney trouble. Dr. Toomey, 803 E. Olive
SL, Bloomington, I1L, says: 'I suffered

with backache and pains in my kid

neys which were almost unbearable. I
gave Foley Kidney Pills a good trial,
and they done wonders for me. Today

I can do & hard day's work and not
feel the effects." Sold by the Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers
Lady Assistant when required
tells Acswered PrcapUy Ul&l
cr Day, to All Parts of City
or Country

Parlors Located Dacb of Frank's

r DAY pnoriE, 10

Local Pride.
"Why do you insist on investing
your money away from your home
town?" "Well," replied Farmer Corn Corn-tossel,
tossel, Corn-tossel, "I've got a good deal of local
pride, I have, and I regard the people
In this -here township as bein so
smart that none of em Is goin' to let
any real bargains git away from him."

The county registration books will
be open on March 20th to remain open
until April 13th. Anyone not now reg registered
istered registered in the county can do so between
those dates. However, If you are now
liable for poll taxes for 1910 or 1911,
they must be paid now.
The Man of the Hour.
The country is filled with reformers.
But where is the man to be found
that will stand for the things pro proposed
posed proposed by another faction aside from
his own because It is everlastingly
right? Des Moines Capital.


A good many of you will receive
your statements this Week. Please
send in your remittances promptly if
you want the paper.

without a jar, shock or disturbance, Is
the .awful speed of our earth through
space. We wonder at such ease of na nature's
ture's nature's movement, and so do those who
take Dr. King's New Life Pills. No
griping., no distress just thorough
work that brings good health and fine
feeling. 25c at Tydings & Co.

The Great Bugaboo.
Truth never hurt any man, but thou thousands
sands thousands and thousands of them are
skeert silly at the sight of it coming
their way. To every mother's son and
father's daughter, of that kind Truth
to' the Great Bugaboo.

Explaining a Resentment.
I am an American citizen," said
the man who got into trouble abroad.
"Well," replied the Oriental official,
"in that case you can consult some
of your own statesmen and understand
our resentment of pernicious activity
in politics."


One good, sound, gentle mule,
at Palmetto House.


The Real Question.

Tn Arabs nave a proverb that a

wise man's day is worth a fool's life.

It isn't a matter of how long you have
been in business, but how much busi business
ness business are you now doing." Profitable



5,000,000 feet, stumpage.
3 orange groves at Lake Weir.
R. L. Martin, Merchant's Block.

World Almanac, issue of 1912, 35

cents each, on sale at Ballard's news

Doctor "You admit that I cured
you of insomnia, then why don't you
pay my bill?" Patient "Sorry, doc,
but I sleep so soundly now that my
wife goes through my pockets nights
and takes every cent." Boston Transcript.

The "Child's Welfare movement has

challenged the attention of thoughtful

people everywhere. Mothers are nat natural
ural natural supporters, and will find in Fo

ley's Honey and Tar Compound a most
valuable aid. Coughs and colds that

unchecked lead to croup, bronchitis
and pneumonia yield quickly to the
healing and soothing qualities of Fo Foley's
ley's Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. Sold

by ihe Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

' The Star has received from Willis B.
Powell the following letter. It is
marked confidential, but we think it
would be a crime against the com community
munity community not to publish it, as he makes
some extra good and timely hits:
No More Bulletin
For the present I shall issue no more
bulletins to the state press and com commercial
mercial commercial bodies.
Lack of interest in state-wide mat matters
ters matters has taken all the ginger out of me.
I shall devote my energy and what
tew brains I have to carrying
plans in my own bailiwick.
However, I shall be in a receptive
mood and will cooperate with others
who may have some good plan to ad advance
vance advance the interests of the state.
I have endeavored to do a number of
things the past year through my bul bulletins:
letins: bulletins: To place the Florida orange before
the United States as superior to the

California fruit, and to make a more

profitable market for the fruit, and
thus encourage larger acreage to or oranges
anges oranges and grapefruit and to promote
sales of orange property.

To make Post Card Day a winner.

To form boys' corn clubs for best

ten ears of corn, rather than acreage.

To show the 100,000 tourists in the

state that our climate Is superior to
that of California.

To show that the newspaper is the

best literature to be sent from any

city for advertising purposes.
To protect the home merchant
against mail order houses.
These and a score of other matters
I have called your attention to repeat repeatedly.
edly. repeatedly. Some of the papers In the state have
worked with me a very, very few.
Others ignored the bulletins some
said that Powell was after publicity
for himself.
Now that is where a mistake was
uttered. The board of trade of Tampa

is a national advertiser. Its advertise advertisement
ment advertisement appears before about three mill million
ion million people each month. No one ever
saw my name attached to these ads. I
advertise Tampa and Its board of trade

not Powell. No one ever saw my

picture in print, except In one instance
when I was cartooned and it really
didn't do me justice, because I am quite
handsome. In my bulletins I did not
attempt to advertise Tampa. It wasn't
the purpose of the bulletins.
I was working for cooperation of the
press and commercial bodies to upbuild
the state.
I may start the bulletins again as

soon as politics are ripe and marketed.

That's one trouble with Florida

there's too much politics.

A man will tear his shirt into shreds

to get a job that pays him a thousand

dollars a year, and wouldn't give ten

cents to a commercial organization
which, without further effort on his
part, will double the value of his real
estate holdings.
The papers look like a huckleberry
pudding these days with a score or
more half-tones of candidates stuck all
over the pages.
Politics never built up any commun community
ity community never built any factories, or sold
ten-acre tracts.
If all the space now devoted to pol politics
itics politics was devoted to community boom booming,
ing, booming, Florida would double its popula population
tion population inside of a year.
When Florida gets down to brass
tacks again I might inflict my bulletin
on you again in the meantime keep
your eye on Tampa look over the
Tampa truisms enclosed and note our
commercial growth. Respectfully.
W. B. PowelL





It will pay you to see this
line of shirts Before







m in

From 12 to 3 O'clock

None as Good Elsewhere
at Any Price
Deviled Crafos ik SsasQinr


High Finance.
A New York thief chloroforms his

victims before he robs them of their
money. Probably he Is a humani humanitarian.
tarian. humanitarian. It is such a painful operation
to get money from some people that
an anesthetic is absolutely necessary.
Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.


Do you know that of all the minor
ailments colds are by far the most
dangerous? It is not the cold Itself
that you need to fear, but the serious
diseases that-it often leads to. Most
of these are known as germ diseases.
Pneumonia and consumption are among
them. Why not take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and cure your cold
while you can? For ale by all dealers

Mutt B Native Breed.
It has been found in Andalusia that
on hard trips the only saddle horses
surviving extreme hardship and lack
of food are the Spanish; the Import Imported
ed Imported horses all succumb.


When you have rheumatism In your

foot or instep apply Chamberlain's
Liniment and you will get quick re

lief. It costs but a quarter. Why

uffer? For sale by all dealers.

All of March in my office at Ocala

The law requires all returns to be

made by the first of April, and it Is Im Impossible
possible Impossible to make changes after I have

made new books, so I hope that all

who fail to meet me on my rounds will

call or write me at Ocala during the

month of March.

Alfred Ayer, Assessor.

Many Fish Were Blind.

.wore tnan li.uuu yeiiowtaii were
caught by Japanese fishermen at the

long wharf recently. This 13 the larg

est catch for one day's fishing ever re

corded in the bay district. Among the

finny specimens were several deep sea

fish, which, when brought to the sur

face, were found to be totally blind.

Los Angeles Tribune.

A tight feeling in the chest accom

panied by a short, dry cough, indicates
an inflamed condition In the lungs. To
relieve it buy the dollar size BAL


get with each bottle a free HER

TER for the chest. The syrup relaxes
the tightness and the plaster draws
out the inflammation. It Is an ideal

combination for curing colds settled in

the lungs. Sold by all druggists.



Ym Cat Save Ummy
On All Repair Work



W. F.

(Successor to R. E. YONGE)

A complete line ot Tin, Iron Rooting, Guttering. Sheet Irca
and Copper Work, Cornice and Steel Ceiling
Prompt Attention Given to All Orders. Satisfaction is
Guaranteed. Charcoal For Sale
Phone 388 Osceola St. Ocala, Fla;


Smith's Special Closing Out Bargai

One fTS Solid Mahogany 4-plece Parlor Set, Uaaolaiere lm crcca, Plaafc
Loose C ii salon, lightly used, almost like aeer, aly .93UB9
One $50 Solid Leather MKnrpen" make Parlor or Office Roeker.......... !&

One $40 nix-hole Steel Range, good condition, used, only 1XM
One 915 Hall Tree, almost like new, only TJt
One lSxSO Bereled French Plate Mirror, framed 8.T5

One $16 Oak 5-dravrer Chiffonier, like new
One $30 Heavy 2-Inch post White Iron Bed, second hand
One $25 9x12 (room size) Art Sqnare, but little nsed 1L
Large Xtw Rags, $5.90 valne, yonr choice now
Xew Rags, 36x72 slse, $1-75 yalae, yonr choice
w Rags, $3.50 grade for $2.30 j $1.75 grade for .. .99
One White Sewing Machine, drop head, used bat splendid working erder.l&M
One Domestic Sewing Machine, used, bnt like new 2$vM
Other machines In good working order from $8 an.
These are only some, There are ether Bargains zi
Back of Variety Store Ocala, FIcrfSa



JUttinger & Carroll Proprietors.
TL R. Carroll, Business Manager.
J. TL, Benjamin, Editor.
eunday. the editor of the Star treat-
ed himself to a ride orer the new
railroad, the Ocala Northern, to Pa Pa-l&tka
l&tka Pa-l&tka and return.
He went over the same route as far
as Orange Springs on the fourth of
July last, when the road was opened
to that place, and couldn't help being
surprised to see the many improve improvements
ments improvements in that short time along the
Between fifty and sixty Ocala peo people
ple people went out on the; morning train to
SUrer Springs. The mass of Ocala
people, never really become acquainted
with Silver Springs until the Ocala
Northern began running trams, and
now that the superb passenger boat,
the City of Ocala, Is In service, the
beauties of the run and the river will
"become as familiar to them. as their
own streets.
Burbank looks bright, enterprising
and thriving, and so much Improve Improvement
ment Improvement Is manifest in eight months from
the car windows .that there must be
solid reason for It out of sight. It is
easy to see mat mere is some spienuiu
land there and the people are certain certainly
ly certainly putting In strenuous and intelligent
work on It.
During the Seminole war, the gov government
ernment government established a chain of forts
some twenty to forty miles apart from
Palatka to Tampa. The army officers
Invariably picked out the best spots
In the"country for the location of these
forts. Fort King, near Ocala, was one
of these spots, and the next .to the
northeast was Port McCoy. With its
high and healthful site, fertile land
and pretty lakes, it combined the Ideal
and useful in the highest degree. Fort
McCoy of today is a pretty and thriv
ing town and has the makings of a
city. With its big sawmill. well
equipped stores and fine surrounding
country. It has the three principal In
dustrial supports manufacture, com
merce and agriculture and it looks
good enough for art, too.
A few years ago, a traveler through
this country could have sometimes Tid Tid-den
den Tid-den for miles without seeing a house
or a human being, hut now the swift-
moving train Is seldom out of sight of
a residence, either an old pioneer
home, whose people have lived by
farming or stock raising since the war.
or longer, or some neat array of house
and outbuildings recently erected by
an energetic settler from another
state. The land and the climate is
there and the people are coming and
the day isn't far distant when the
Ocala Northern trains will run be
tween an unbroken succession of
farms, with a pretty village every sec
ond or third mile.
Bay Lake with its gem of a sheet of
water and indications of a big timber
plant near by, was next to Fort .Me
Coy, and then came Orange Springs,
oia-iasnionea dui wiae-awase, wun
numerous new houses built and build
lngs since July 4.
The new town of Kenwood, that has
sprung up almost by magic, with Its
live-looking plant of the Putnam
Handle Manufacturing Company, was
another- pleasant surprise. There are
no 'more Important towns from Ken
wood to Palatka, but a very good
country, with dozens of pretty lakes
and many thriving farms and hand
some homes hi sight of the railroad.
Except to pass thru on the train, the
writer hadn't been in Palatka for
twenty years, and he hardly knew the
place. The first thing he noticed was
the splendid streets, the entire busU
ness section paved with solid brick, and
a lot better brick than that on Ocala's
square and adjacent streets. We don't
want to move to Palatka, but we wish
we had the power to sneak over there
some dark night and steal the streets,
or those that are paved with brick.
When we first heard of Palatka, it
was called the Gem City of Florida.
From our observations of Sunday, it
seems to us that it deserves the appel appellation
lation appellation more than ever.
W hitVA na flm tnrt a v tn write iih
a description of Palatka as It deserves.
What we want to impress on Ocala
folks is its importance thru the Ocala
Northern to them. The railroad runs
Its trains on the Q. 8. & F. tracks
down into the business heart of the
city, and can run them far out on the
dock to the deeD water of the St.
The people of Ocala and contiguous
territory have been -sweating and
swearing for the last twenty years or
more over high freight rates. Here Is
their chance for permanent salvation.
Its practicable, and what Is more, it
' is easy for them. If they will only go
about it. to establish water transpor transportation
tation transportation from the Ocala. Northern ter
minal to New York or Baltimore. A
steam schooner line would be the best
thing vessels that could come over
the bar and up to Palatka under their
own power. Such boats could make
the trip in four days or less, and there
is business enough to keep two of
them running steadily. Even a line
of sailing vessels would be an immense
help. There was one big three-masted
schooner In the river Sunday, and
mere enouia always oe a aozen 10
twenty. There were that many there
when we came to Florida, twenty-six
years ago, and there are now at least
five times as many people in this ter territory
ritory territory as there was then.
No doubt that the people of Palatka
would heartily aid those of Ocala In
'such a movement. It is primarily to
our interest to make the move. The
Ocala Northern is first and foremost
a local road, and the people of this
city should give It every dollar of
business that they are not obliged to
give to other lines. The bigger roads
will absorb It if they can. and they
will never take the home interest in
us taken by President Rents and his
Th road now. runs a double-dally
passenger service. The first train
leaves Ocala -at 7:30 a. m., the second
at 1:30 p. m. Returning, they arrive
at Ocala at 1:20 and 7:45 p. m. -This
double daily train has to run 216 miles
a day. so one can easily see that it has
to make good time between stations.
The roadbed Is surprisingly good and
the cars are as bright and neat as new
dollars. l. V
The mixed train makes one trip each
way a day, leaving Palatka every
morning except Sunday at 8 o'clock
and arriving in Ocala at 12:20. It
leaves at 1:30 p. m. and arrives at Pa Palatka
latka Palatka at 6:50. This is certainly the
closest and most convenient service
between any two cities in Florida, ex ex-.
. ex-. eept Jacksonville and St. Augustine,
and the Star hopes the road will have
the patronage to keep It up. There
were good crowds on all trains both
ways Sunday.

thls trip, but will retrain from inflict inflicting
ing inflicting them on his readers until tomorrow.

A dispatch from Xew Orleans says:
"After receiving a report from Dr.
Meyer Newhauaer, Inspector, in which
he declared that child slavery of "hor "horrible
rible "horrible and almost unbelievable kind
exists at the oyster plant of the Julian
Canning Factory at Violet. La., Dr.
Oscar Dowling, president of the Louis Louisiana
iana Louisiana State Board of Health, today or ordered
dered ordered the plant closed. Children only
six, seven, eight and nine years oli.
boys and girls, are wearing away their
lives, shucking oysters with jack
knives, says Dr. Newhauser in his report,-
which describes the unsanitary
conditions of the plant as being 'un 'unprintable.
printable. 'unprintable. The closing of thi3 plant is
in line with a vigorous state campaign
against filth and lack of sanitation."
Among the most precious things to a
state is the lives and health of its
children, and those who make of them
cheap merchandise should be severely
While Congressman Stephen
Sparkman is busy at his post
Washington he is probably doing the
very best campaign work that he could
accomplish for his re-election. Mr.
Sparkman has had introduced Into the
general rivers and harbors bill, .which
Congress will be called upon to pass,
an item of $33,000 for deepening and
straightening the channel of the upper
Oklawaha river and, we understand.
has also placed in the bill an item of
$38,000 for the upper Withlacoochee
river. Both of these rivers are very
important to Marion county, as one
borders the west side and the other
runs through many miles of the east
side of the big county.
Dixie prints an interesting story to
the effect that the American Tobacco
Company, generally known as the to tobacco
bacco tobacco trust, has secured an option on
51 per cent of the stock of the Consol
idated Naval Stores Co., also on the
same amount of the Barnes-Jessup
Co. The price to be paid -for the for
mer stock, Dixie says, is 13.75 for
each $1 worth of stock. The price on
the stock of the Barnes-Jessup Com
pany has not been ascertained. If the
deal is consummated, It will result In
turning loose for investment in Jack
sonville about April 1st between four
and five million dollars; it will also
probably result in competition between
the American Tobacco Company and
the American Naval Stores Company
that will for a while at least boost the
price of turpentine and mean big
profits to Florida naval stores men.
A new law in Kansas imposes a sen
tence of two years on a husband who
fails to support his wife. Myron Gould
was arrested under that law the other
day. "Will I be allowed to play check
ers In the penitentiary?" he asked. Be
ing told that the rules did not forbid
checkers, he affirmed his readiness to
go to prison. SaNannah News.
The Star doesn't believe that any
member of the Atlantic Coast Line
checker club would do anything to de deserve
serve deserve being sent to the penitentiary,
but It thinks almost any one of them
would rather go than swear off play playing
ing playing checkers.
In speaking, Saturday, of the can candidacy
didacy candidacy of Col. Nic Barco of Crystal
River, for the office of state land in inspector,
spector, inspector, the editor wrote, "The Star
has known Mr. Barco all its life." The
linotype operator set it up, "all his
life," and the proof reader passed It,
which, as the Star is eighteen years
old and Colonel Nic about sixty years
young, made a ridiculous misstate misstatement.
ment. misstatement. And yet some people wonder
why newspaper men will swear.
Suppose every man who went to the
legislature had as many "reminis "reminiscences"
cences" "reminiscences" as Harry Floyd, and broke into
print with them. Now Isn't that a per perfectly
fectly perfectly awful supposition? Lakeland
That is what the Star has been
thinking for some tijne, but it lacked
the nerve to say so.
The Star apprehends that any day
Captain Scott will telegraph from New
Zealand, Australia, Cape Colony or
South; America that he and he only has
been to the. South Pole and all other
claimants to the honor are Munchaus
en s.
Daniel A. Simmons, who was secre secretary
tary secretary to Broward, charges that Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Clark is in league with the
Associated Press and the western rail railroads
roads railroads to discourage drainage. A ser serious
ious serious charge, and Mr. Simmons should
produce his proofs.
There will be some who are so rash
as to prognosticate that the Honorable
Charles Warren Fairbanks, ex-vice
president of the United States, will he
a dark horse before the national re republican
publican republican convention. About 99 per
cent of the American people had for forgotten.
gotten. forgotten. Fairbanks' existence.
The Senate has held up the nomina nomination
tion nomination of Mahlon Pitney to he associate
justice of the United States supreme
The Duval county authorities, on the
strength of an anonymous letter, have
arrested another negro for the murder
of Silverstein. Seems to the Star that
that is rather promiscuous.
, United States Senator Leroy Percy
has replied to the Mississippi legisla legislature's
ture's legislature's demand that he resign, by flatly
refusing to do so. He has sent his an answer
swer answer in a spirited letter replete with
accusations of cowardice, falsehood
and malignant factional hatred.
Competition is a good thing, but
when all men learn that cooperation is
better, they will all be better off.
No. 3 Size Tomatoes, per can ... 12c.
7-Pound Sack Graham Flour. .30c.
12-Pound Sack Graham Flour. .45c.
7-Pound Sack Rye Flour.
12-Pd. Sack Whole Wheat Flour 45c.
7-Pd. Sack Whole Wheat Flour 30c.


Tax Collector Colbert says that
nearly all the voters in Marion county
have paid their poll taxes. Mr. Col Colbert,
bert, Colbert, about three weeks ago. sent a
personal note to every voter in the
county. ani comparatively few disre disregarded
garded disregarded it. Nearly 3000 polls were
The annual reception to new mem
bers was held Saturday afternoon,
under the auspices of the social and
club house committees.
Mrs. William Hocker, president of
the club, Mrs. G. T. Maughs, chair
man of the social committee. Mrs. B.
T. Perdue, chairman of the club house
committee, and Mrs. Walter Hood re
ceived at the door. The new club mem
bers, nearly thirty in number, were the
honor guests and were all in the re
ceiving line. They were met by the
older club members and extended a
cordial welcome Into the club.
At the same time the annual club
house shower was held, the "shower"
taking the shape of spoons and over
five dozen were added to the club's
The following program, which was
in charge of Mrs.'. Gerig, was rendered:
Piano solo, "Dance of the Demon"
(Edward Hoist) Miss Annie Laurie
Vocal. "Slumber Boat" (Jessie Gay-
nor) "Snowflakes" (Cowen) Mrs. J. H.
Reading. "The Jealous Wife" Miss
Lois Ellis.
Voice. "Sleep Well Sweet Angel"
(Franz, A. B. T.) Miss Janet Weath
Piano solo, "Inquietude" (George
Pfeiffer) Miss Gertie Peyser.
Voice. "In May Time" (Tosti), Miss
Marguerite Porter.
Miss Wartmann and Miss Perry act acted
ed acted as accompanists.
Refreshments were served while the
guests listened to the program. Mrs.
J. E. Chace and Mrs. L N. Green pre presided
sided presided at the table.
Coffee and chocola'e, peanut sand sandwiches,
wiches, sandwiches, lettuce sandwiches and coffee
cake were passed to the guests by
Mrs. W. C. Ragin. Mrs. L. F. Blalock,
Miss Grace Hatchell, Miss Louise
Boole, Mrs. Sidney Haile and Mrs. H.
C. Groves.
Three splendid audiences greeted
Evangelists Bennett and Castle at the
Christian church yesterday. At the
morning service the evangelist spoke
on the evidences" of being a Christian.
The lecture in the afternoon was at attended
tended attended by the largest number of men
at any like men's meeting in a number
of years. And the interest was splen splendid.
did. splendid. The evening sermon was on
lodges and the moral man. It was a
fine sermon, well Illustrated and for forcibly
cibly forcibly presented. The special music at
all the services was of a high order.
The singing of Mr. Castle and espe especially
cially especially his playing are a treat to all
lovers of music. The rendition of the
Holy City was splendid for a newly
organized choir. It was a splendid
day as a whole and the interest in the
meeting is growing nicely. The meet meetings
ings meetings will continue this week, each
evening at 7:15.
Sunday morning at Grace church at
the time of the Holy Eucharist, the
brass baptismal ewer was blessed. The
rector preceded by the curate, bear bearing
ing bearing a lighted candle, went from the
altar to the west door of the church,
where the ewer had been made In
readiness upon its bracket beside the
font. The rector then blessed the
ewer according to the ancient use of
The purpose of the ewer is to hold
the water that is poured into the font
for baptism. It stands some two and
a half feet high and is of handsome
and costly design. It is the gift of
Miss Margaret Eagleton of Pottstown,
Pa., formerly of this city, and is in inscribed
scribed inscribed to the memory of Angellne
Eagleton, her little sister. It also
bears the text, "Suffer the little child children
ren children to come unto, me and forbid them
not for of such is the kingdom of
heaven." Lower down is the follow following
ing following inscription, "The washing of re regeneration."
generation." regeneration." COTTAGE FOR RENT
A new four-room cottage for rent
on East Fort King avenue. Apply to
Baxter Carn.
A o m Oil 1iiti qKahI o o"Aa tr-r A t
b V ik t
tion. Price to suit buyer. Investigate!
by inquiry at this office. Cash for
quick sale.
Cook your next roast In a paper nag,
and get the bag from the Post Office
Drug Store. 25c the package.
After you have had a row and life
looks mighty blue, send her a box of
Norrls candy and she'll again love
you. Get it at the Court Pharmacy.
Clear 65
Minimum temperature 67
Maximum temperature 67
Wind SW
Rain tonight or Tuesday central and
south portions; rain tonight and Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday north portion; colder Tuesday
extreme northwest portion.
L S. Light, of Marion county, is a
candidate for the legislature. Mr.
Light has been there before and he
made good. He is chock full of good
ideas and as a law maker he proved a
faithful, efficient friend of the people.
If all counties would send men to the
legislature like Mr. Light, Florida
would have the best law making body
of any state in this union. He is hon honest,
est, honest, earnest, active and a progressive.
He thinks and his "thinks" are good
ones, too. Charlie Jones in Dixie.
FOR SALE Eggs from pure English
white and brown penciled wing ducks,
well mated without inbreeding, and
best egg producers. One dollar for 12.
J. II. McClymonds. 32 South Fourth
street, Ocala, Fla.
If you have indigestion, heartburn,
belching or sick stomach take ten
FLUID In a little water. It checks the
misery instantly. If you have a cut,
sore or wound anywhere on the body,
apply a little of DARBY'S FLUID. The
flesh mends at once. Use it in the
sick room to destroy germs or odors,
put it In damp closets to purify the air.
It Is the greatest combination of In Internal,
ternal, Internal, external and antiseptic med medicines
icines medicines known to medical science. Price
50 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug druggists.
gists. druggists. Ensign films are double Instantan Instantaneous.
eous. Instantaneous. Get them at Mills' Studio.


Saturday morning promptly at 11
o'clock the regular monthly meeting
of the Marion County Educational As Association
sociation Association was called to order by the
president, J. H. Brinson, at his office
in the courthouse. The following
teachers and visitors were present:
Prof. J. H. Brinson, Miss Elizabeth
Mizelle. Miss Margaret Taylor, Miss
Corinne Williams, Miss Fannie Clark,
Mrs. Rex Todd, Mrs. H. S. Wesson,
Ocala; J. J. Beard, Anthony; G. C.
Flanders, Miss Dora Morrison, Martel;
Miss Amy Boggs, Fort McCoy; Miss
Alia Beck, Cotton Plant; Henry Rick Rick-ards,
ards, Rick-ards, Mis3 Callie Rlckards, Bellevlew;
P. Wilson Green, Fairfield; Miss Eulah
Geiger, Derby; Miss Allie Mathews,
Summerfield; Miss Jannie May Perry,
Citra; Miss Mary Forbes, Griner Farm;
M. Padgett, Reddick; Denton Hale,
Keystone; Edwin Spencer, R. C. Love Love-ridge)
ridge) Love-ridge) W. P. Garrett, B. B. Arnston,
Ocala; W. W. Jordan, Gaiter; Mrs.
Boggs, Jacksonville; Miss Jane, Mis Missouri.
souri. Missouri. The first subject on the program was
the discussion of the advantages of
compulsory education laws lead by
Prof. Beard, in an interesting talk in
which he made a brief statement of
the requirements of such laws as he
is familiar with them. This was fol followed
lowed followed by remarks from several teach teachers,
ers, teachers, stating their experience in teach teaching
ing teaching in places where education is com
Mr. G. C. Flanders gave a good talk
on the teaching of history, stating
that the first method employed in the
primary grades is the short story
methods. He mentioned the very nat natural
ural natural tendency to make much of mili
tary heroes, and forget the lives of
others of the greatest importance to
the history of our country. In con connection
nection connection with this the teaching of cur current
rent current events was discussed, it being the
opinion of the teachers that a short
time each day could profitably be
spent in that way.
Miss Farra, of Mcintosh, who was to
have discussed school Improvement
leagues was unable to be present, so
the subject was postponed.
Mr Edwin Spencer then made a
very interesting address on "what the
public has a right to expect of the
public schools." Mr. Spencer favors
the introduction of manual training
and commercial courses in the public
schools. In conclusion he stated the
purpose of education is to make a man
think, and if it has failed in this it has
failed altogether.
The program for the next meeting is
as follows:
"Difficulties of Compulsory Educa Education
tion Education Laws," by Prof. Henry Rickards,
principal of Belleview school.
"Legislation on the Subject of Teach Teachers'
ers' Teachers' Examinations," by Prof. J. II.
Workman, principal of Ocala school.
The meeting adjourned to meet at
10 a. m., on Saturday, April 6, 1912.
Mrs. H. S. Wesson, Secretary.
Realizing the need of some sane and
safe traffic ordinance and regulations;
being fully mindful of the rights of
pedestrians, automobile drivers and
drivers of other vehicles; realizing as
well, the enormous sum of money rep represented
resented represented by the automobiles owned in
and about Ocala, we feel that it is en encumbent
cumbent encumbent upon the owners of automo automobiles
biles automobiles in Ocala to meet and organize
for the protection of themselves, their
property and the Interests and safety
of the general public.
Therefore, a meeting of the owners
of automobiles In Ocala is hereby call called
ed called for the city hall, Tuesday night,
March 12th, at 8 o'clock, for the pur purpose
pose purpose of forming the
Ocala Automobile Association.
Monday afternoon Miss Christine
Wideman entertained very informally
for her attractlye visitor, Miss Clara
Johnson of Ocala.
Mr. Frank Wideman met the guests
at the front door and showed them to
the long living room where they were
greeted by the hostess and Miss John Johnson.
son. Johnson. This room was attractively dec decorated
orated decorated with pink carnations and Kill Kill-arney
arney Kill-arney roses. Miss Johnson was very
lovely in pink crepe de chene over pink
messaline with trimmings of crystal.
Mrs. E. B. Solomon, of Dayton, Ohio,
invited the guests to the dining room,
where tea was served by Messrs.
Jerome Wideman Rusty Carter, Dick
Rohbins and Claude Jones, who were
very attractive in white flannels with
purple pansies in their coats.
The Stetson Mandolin Club, compos composed
ed composed of Messrs. LaSeur Gaulden, Arthur
Milam, Milton Perry, Meador and Har-
ry Nickerson, delighted the guests
... fW Q,f.
with several selections during the aft
ernoon. DeLand Record.
Wacahoota, March 6. The weather
is fine, violets are blooming, "birds are
singing and everybody Is busy.
Mr. Cedric Smith and sister. Miss
Rosalie, spent Wednesday evening
very pleasantly at Mr. D. R. Zetrouer's
at Geiger.
Mrs. Addle H. Martin of Augusta,
Ga., arrived here Friday and is the
guest of her niece, Mrs. J. O. Tyson.
Rev. W. F. Malphurs of Starke
preached here Sunday morning, but
after this the appointment will be on
second Sunday as usual.
Rev. Baers of Williston filled his
regular appointment here Sunday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Messrs. Retls and Cedric Smith made
a business trip to Micanopy Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. L M. Smith and child children
ren children spent Saturday at Williston guests
of Mrs. R. C. Epperson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Crumpton of
Tyler were visiting Mr. J. W. Bradley
last week.
The Central school closed last Fri Friday.
day. Friday. Mr. Cedric Smith attended the com commencement
mencement commencement exercises at the Geiger
school Friday night and reports a fine
Mr. Curl of Archer was the guest of
Mr. J. M. Smith for a few days last
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Epperson of Wil Williston
liston Williston attended services here Sunday
afternoon, and spent Sunday night
with their aunt, Mrs. T. N. Smith. Mrs.
Epperson was formerly one of our
most charming young ladies and her
many friends are always delighted to
have she and her estimable husband
with them.
Mesdames V. P. and J. M. Smith
were shopping In Micanopy yesterday.
FOR RENT Four room flat; also
cottage of seven rooms, electric lights
and bath; near primary, school. Mrs.
R. D. Fuller.
Parker Lucky Curve Fountain Pens
in any style or shape. A large assort assortment
ment assortment to select from at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. PILES CURED IS 6 TO 14 DAYS
Your druggist will refund money if
PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any
case of Itching. Blind, Bleeding or Pro Protruding
truding Protruding Piles in 8 to 14 days. 50c


I. Albert W. Gilchrist, governor of
the state of Florida, do hereby desig designate
nate designate and proclaim Sunday, March 12,
1912, as Mothers' Day and recommend
that it be observed in all homes and
in all churches by the people of this
In three years time Mothers' Day
has become a national as well as an
international day. Last year it was
celebrated in every state in the Union,
in Porto Rico, Hawaii. Canada, Mexico,
South America, Afripa, China and
Japan. It will soon be recognized by
every nation In the world.
On that day everyone should show
some special thoughtiulness for his
mother if living, or to her memory If
she be dead. It is recommended that
on that day each one wear & white
flower or the flower which pleased her
Given under my hand and the great
seal of the state of Florida, at Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, the capital, this 29th day of
February, A. D. 1912.
Albert W. Gilchrist, Governor.
By the governor, Attest:
H. Clay Crawford, Sec'y. of State.
Over the Commercial Bank is making.
for a short time, 24 small photos for
25c. giving three different positions.
Also post card photos at 90c. per doz dozen.
en. dozen. 3-8-6td ltw
Conventions held every Monday eve evening
ning evening in Castle Hall over Carlisle's
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting knights. J. G. Ferguson, C. C
Chas. K. Sage. K of R. and S.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
nonth. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary.

Real Estate, Loans and Investments
24 Years Residence in Ocala, Fla.
Ocala is about to jump! It must jump forward! It is in
position and set to go! Will you, as a starter, fire the gun
that is to be heard throughout the state? Are you going to
be at the finish and ahead of the city, or behind it? Make
your entries. N
A coach is needed. My advice is: "INVEST IN REAL
PROPERTY." You will need good ground upon which to
run; and upon which to build your stand for observation.
This is not going to be an air race.
I have for sale the property with which to make the
Sub-division of Lot "G" of Dunn's Central Addition to Ocala has been placed in
my hands for sale. This valuable property is in a most promising section of this city,
"The Coming Atlanta of Florida." It is situated on North Magnolia Street, which con connects
nects connects the Public Square with the Seaboard Air Line Freight and Passenger Depots. The
property has stores adjacent on the north and south, and on the east two hotels and the

Ocala Bottling Works.
Talk quick! because this ad costs money. I have moved my ofliee from the
Holder Block to the location formerly occupied by the Ocala National Bank. If you do
not find me at either place some one will tell you where I am. Ask for Mr. Woodrow.
I shall be delighted to show you the property. It is near by.
I am selling this land for the Building Committee of the Catholic Church. They
are selling because they want to build their church in the residential portion of the city.
Two of the Lots Have Been Sold. Act! Quick!
Jay Gould has said: "One Hundred Dollars Invested .at the R!jht Time
in the Right Place, Is Worth a Lifetime of Labor."





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The Above will be Sold for One Half Cash, and Payments o Four,
Eight and Twelve Months at Six Per Cent
Look Ahead and Figure! The Front Lots will be Sc!3 First



The ladies of this section are xxrdially invited to
come in and look at the beautiful new Dress Goods
and Trimmings, of all the latest domestic and foreign
An Eleflant Line of Ladies' and Children's
Ready-to-Wear Garments.
The Spring Line of Shoes and Hosiery io
Now Complete.
Our Mr. Ben Rheinauer spent a month in the mar markets
kets markets and has surpassed all former efforts iu the va variety
riety variety and loveliness of the goods bought for the
spring trade of 1912.

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Cordially Invites you to Attend
i .'' :' her
f Millinery Opening
; on
: Tuesday and Wednesday
i .;; of v.
March twelfth and thirteenth
i v Ocala, Florida

Following are Jast a Few ot the Thousands of
Articles Carried in otr Great Farniture, Hardware,
House Furnishing and General Supply Store. Come
in and look the stock over, y 00 will find many
things yotf want. - r
For the Office
Roll and Flat Top Desks, Typewriter Desks, Stenographer's
Desks, Office Chairs, Stools, Sofas, Etc
For the Dining Room
Handsome Round or Square Extension Tables, Dining Chairs,
Rugs, Sideboards and Chiffoniers, Bouffets, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets, Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
,: Parlor Furniture
Handsome Mahogany, Oak, Willow or Mission Chairs, Straight
Backed or Rockers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Rags and Carpets, Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. '

library Furniture

Haffdsome -Book Cases," Combination" Book Cases and Desks,.
Library: JCaJbles, Settees, Rugs, Screens, Lamps, Etc
Bedroom Furniture
Beautiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Birdseye
Maple or Mahogany. Beautiful Iron and Brass; Beds in over Fifty
Different Varieties and Prices. Rugs, and Mattings, Chiffoniers ad

-i Wardrobes, jfoilet Sets, Blankets, Conifort aioTlTKrtnrrsr

For The Hall
Beautiful Hall Racks of all Sizes and Styles and any Kind of
Wood Desired, Mirrors, Rugs and Mattiags, Crennes Poitier Cur Curtains.
tains. Curtains. '..
For jThe Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Refrigerators and Ice Chests in SeTeral Different
. Makes and Styles and any Size or Price Desired. Stoves and Ranges
in Either Wood or Oil Burners. Kitchen Cabinets and Tables.
Hardware Department
Anything Desired in Silverware for the Table, Cutlery and
Slssors in our Hardware Department; Shotguns, Rifles and Ammu Ammunition;
nition; Ammunition; Fire Sets, Screens and Irons, Etc
Picture Department
We Hare the Best Collection of Pictures in the Art Department
that the City Can Show. Pictures, Lrrge and Small, Framed or
Unframed, In any Subject and for any Part of the Home. Picture
Frames and Pictures Framed to Orde and Hundreds of Samples of
Framing to Select from.
Carriage and Harness Dept
Buggies, Carriages and Wagons for all Purposes, Harness, Sad Sad-Domestic
Domestic Sad-Domestic and Imported, Art Squares, Mattings, Etc., in the Coutnry.
dies, Lap Robes, Whips and Everything for the Horse or Vehicle.
PHONE 47 North Magnolia St. OCALA, FLA.







Feeling- that by reason of nay exper experience
ience experience gained during: tbe time I have
been in public life that I can be of ser service
vice service to the people. I offer my name as
a candidate for nomination as a mem member
ber member o the legislature of Florida from
Marlon county, subject to the demo democratic
cratic democratic primary of April 30th. 1912. and
solicit the support of the democratic
electors of Marion county.
Respectfully, Joseph BelL

To the Democratic Voters of Marion
County: I hereby announce myself a
candidate for representative from this
county to the next legislature, and so so-Hc't
Hc't so-Hc't the support of the voters, prom promising,
ising, promising, if elected, to represent the peo people
ple people in all measures looking to their
welfare. Edwin Spencer, Jr.

To the Democratic Voters of Mar Mar-Ion
Ion Mar-Ion County, Florida: I have decided to
become a candidate in the coming pri primary
mary primary for member of the next legisla legislature,
ture, legislature, and solicit and Brill appreciate
your support. Respectfully,
VT. J. Crosby.
, Citra, Fla., Feb. 28. 1

does not require years of experience to
become a good assessor. It is unfair to

measure my corn in some other's half half-bushel,
bushel, half-bushel, besides a new broom does sweep

mighty clean. James R. Moorhead.


To the Democratic Voters of Mar Marion
ion Marion County: I hereby announce my myself
self myself a candidate for re-election to the

office of tax collector of Marion coun

ty, and I promise, if elected, to con continue
tinue continue to discharge the duties of said
office to the best of my ability.
Appreciating past favors and solicit soliciting
ing soliciting your support in the approaching

primary, I am, Tours very truly.

W. I Colbert.


. To the Democratic Voters of Marlon
County: I announce myself as a can candidate
didate candidate for" re-election to the office of
sheriff of Marion county, subject to the
democratic primaries, to be held on the
30th day of April, 1912, and respectful respectfully
ly respectfully solicit the support of the people of
Marion county.
Trusting that my record has been
such that it will warrant your sup support
port support in the future, I am.
Yours very respectfully,
John P. Galloway.

. To the Democratic Voters of Marion
County: I hereby announce myself as
a candidate for the office of county
Judge of Marion county, subject to the

democratic primary to be held on tht

30th day of April, and in so doing I am
not unmindful of the fact that I am
personally unknown to many of the
voters of the comity, but for the reason
that I have not the money to make an
active canvass of the county, I shall
content myself with placing my name

before the people as best I can. I have

ino influential or wealthy friends or

relatives on whom to rely for support

5 in furthering my candidacy, but rely
entirely on the wishes of the people as

expressed at the polls, should they see
fit to honor me with the of flee, ;I shall

endeavor to fully compensate by faith

ful attention to the duties of the of office,
fice, office, should they see fit to refuse me
the office, I shall accept their choice
without criticism, as my struggles and
disappointments In life have been too
many to allow,; It to deter, me in my
efforts to meet with ,'sttccess in my
chosen profession. I am not a politic politician
ian politician within the meaning of one con constantly
stantly constantly seeking an office, and am now
asking for office only for the reason
that I feel capable of filling it to the
satisfaction of all, and that It will ma materially
terially materially aid me In many ways In my
I assure thbsiS-Hgfrasee At to support

me of my sincere appreciation

Respectfully submitted,

Wm. M. Gober.

To the White Democratic Voters of
Marion County, Fla.: I hereby announce
my candidacy for re-election to to of office
fice office of county treasurer.
Having been appointed by the gov governor
ernor governor on recommendation of the demo democratic
cratic democratic executive committee to fill out
Mr. Pasteur's term of office, I have
given, the office my closest personal at attention
tention attention in order to save the county all
Interest possible, and I will appreciate
an endorsement of my past record by
the people of Marion county.
Very respectfully,

John M. Graham.

I hereby announce myself a candi candidate
date candidate for the office of treasurer of Ma Marion
rion Marion county, subject to the rules of the
democratic party, and ask my friends
for their support, Respectfully,
Ocala, Fla. C. M. Livingston.

I have decided to become a candi candidate
date candidate for the office of county treasurer
of Marion county, and I ask the sup support
port support of the voters of the county for
this position. Believing that the sal salary
ary salary is more than enough for the work
entailed, I pledge myself that if I am
elected to the office, I will give one one-half
half one-half of the sum the office pays, what whatever
ever whatever that amount may be, to the board
of public instruction of the county, to
be used in the schools of the county. I
feel that I am in every way qualified
to fulfill the duties of the office.
Ocala, Fla. T. A. Cobb.




and Paying

I am a candidate for county superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of public Instruction, subject
to the democratic primaries.
I am a graduate of Transylvania


I have taught successfully for twen twenty
ty twenty years in Marion county.
am cor Aden t I can Improve the
supervision of our county schools.
If you think so, vote for me.
P. Wilson Green.

To the democratic electors in the
approaching primary election: I. am a
candidate for nomination for a second
term as superintendent of public in instruction
struction instruction for Marlon county.
I shall be glad to discuss freely any
feature of the administration of the
office with any person at any time or
I know that conditions are now such
that I could largely increase the ef efficiency
ficiency efficiency of the supervision over what
has been possible in the past.
If you feel that our school Interests
would be served by my re-election, I

shall be grateful for your support.

Very respectfully yours,

J. H. Brlnson.

- I am a candidate for county judge of
Marlon county, subject to the demo democratic
cratic democratic primaries. During the last
three years, while I worked as book bookkeeper
keeper bookkeeper during the day, I studied law
at night and January last I went be before
fore before the supreme court and was ex examined
amined examined upon twenty-three branches of
American law (one of which was Am American
erican American law of administration) and was
admitted to practice law in all the
courts of Florida. This fact will as assure
sure assure you that. I am competent to per perform
form perform all the duties of county judge.
Now, my friends and fellow demo democrats,
crats, democrats, I ask you to take the trouble to
Inquire as to who and what I am, and,
if from these Inquiries, you are satis satisfied
fied satisfied that I am competent and merit
your support, I will appreciate your
confidence and will, if elected to the
office of county judge, never "betray
your trust. W. E. Smith.

To the Democratic Voters of Marion
County: At the earnest solicitation of
many of our people, I announce my myself
self myself a candidate for re-election as clerk
of the circuit court for Marlon county.
I am not unmindful of the kindness
shown me in the past, and the splendid
vote heretofore given me, for which, as
you know, I have always been grate grateful.
ful. grateful. If you again elect me, I will give
ray best ability (gained from exper experience)
ience) experience) to the discharge of the many
duties of the office. With assurance
to all, of my kindest feeling for past
favors, I again solicit your Influence
in my behalf. S. T. Slstrunk.


The above is from a photograph, made at the Stock
Yards in Atlanta, by a staff artist of the Atlanta Journal.

.The bunch of mules were so fine that the artist wanted a
picture of them, which was made and published in the
71 Jonrnal. Mr. Tompkins brought the ten head to Ocala,

where they were said to be the finest ever seen, and they
have been sold, together with a great many others and are
now citizens of this section, and producing wealth for their
... 71 flm clways hes la siztU, at ttcir hnge barns, fine
tzTZZZ czl nzlzs, slc! for dl purposes, sinole and matched,
eld: 1 prions cz3 tH ivarrcrted to fce Just as represented.
T-izj CT3 frccrcd to colie teres if ecstocer desires,


I respectfully state to the people of
this county that I jam a candidate for
the nomination for clerk of the circuit
court in the coming primary and
solicit their support. P. H. Nugent.


I am a candidate for re-election, be believing
lieving believing the people of Marion county
know that no matter what a man's
ability may be. It will require years of
experience" to make him a good asses assessor,
sor, assessor, and I am sure that you never
voted for a man in your life who ap

preciated your support more highly or

tried harder to deserve it.
Alfred Ayer.

- To my frlend3 who supported me in
the campaign of two years ago, I ex extend
tend extend thanks, and with the best of feel

ing toward those who expressed their

preference otherwise, I agan respect respectfully
fully respectfully present my name to you as a can

didate for the office of tax assessor for

Marlon county.

My record for the past twenty-eight
years Is before you, and if the same
justifies you in casting a vote my way,

I assure you that It will be duly ap

preciated, and 'know that you will

never have cause to regret It.

It would afford me great pleasure to
make a personal canvass and meet

you In your homes, but time and means

forbid, therefore will leave my claim In

your hands for your worthy considera

AH I ask of you Is to be given a
chance, and I will prove to you that it




I respectfully announce myself for

re-election to the office of county sur

veyor for Marion county, subject to

the action of the democratic primaries

of April 30. W. A. Moorhead.

To the Democratic Voters of Marion

County, Florida: I hereby announce

myself as a candidate for county sur surveyor
veyor surveyor for Marion county, subject to the

democratic primaries, to be held on the

30th day of April, 1912, and respectful respectfully
ly respectfully solicit the support of the people of
Marion county. Yours truly,

R. W. Ferguson.


I hereby announce myself a candl

date for the office of supervisor of

registration of Marion county, subject

to the action of the democratic party.
I have had experience in the office,

understand the work, have been for

forty-seven years a consistent demo
crat and ask for your support.

Ocala, Fla. J. A. Tucker.

Brookes had owned the big farm on
the outskirts of the town for eighty
years and Leo had had two years at
an agricultural school to prepare him
for his work on the farm when his
father should step aside. But now he
wanted to go away for good.
"Just because," old Gideon had
stormed, "the manager of a cheap
theatrical company gives you a chance
to starve to death tramping around
the country, you think you're cut out
for a matinee idol! A thrashing ma machine
chine machine gives you a chill and a plow
produces a nightmare! A 64C acre
farm doesn't fall Into the lap of every
boy of twenty-two, I can tell you! I
want you to marry Ellen Penrose and
settle down!"
Leo had opened his thin lips and
thrown back his wavy hair. "I'm go going
ing going on the stage, he said doggedly.
"Ellen will wait for me."
"Then she's a fool pronounced his
father, crisply, "with Prank Alexander
only waiting for a chance to cut you
out. And Ellen Is a mighty pretty
Leo thought so himself when he told
Ellen good-by. She had sat very
quietly when he had unfolded his
glowing future to her with all the van vanity
ity vanity of youth. When he ended, flushed
with excitement, he had not noticed
that she was very pale.
There had been in his voice no note
of regret at leaving her.
Almost unconsciously Ellen Penrose
raised her small, beautiful head higher
and something contracted about her
heart. Her life had been so inter interwoven
woven interwoven always with his that she was
dazed and hurt. She also was proud.
Secretly Leo was vastly relieved that
Ellen took his departure so quietly,
with no tears. In his absorption he
had said nothing about her waiting for
him. He took that as a matter of


She watched him go down the path

between the lilacs and then she went

to her room with something throbbing
in her brain. It was as though she

had told Leo good-by forever. Dimly

she felt it was so. The hurt and sur surprise
prise surprise that were hers at the first reali

zation that she was second in his

thoughts did not depart. And she

took up her life.

Sometimes Gideon Brooke, meeting

her, would feel his anger stir afresh at j
his silly son. Letters came infrequent infrequently
ly infrequently from Leo. As the months went on

they grew vague. He said not much

about success, but a great deal about
hard work.

No girl as pretty as Ellen Is left

solitary long. Frank Alexander, grav

er, older than the boy who had held
her heart for so long, developed at attractions
tractions attractions she had never before taken
time to discover. There was for her
a remarkable sense of rest and com comfort
fort comfort in his mere presence she could
rely upon him. The day finally came
when she wondered how she ever

could have called her youthful fond fondness
ness fondness for Leo Brooke by the name of
love. But that was nearly two years
after Leo had departed, his head full
of dreams, his self-love uppermost.

It was one crisp October day that
Gideon Brooke, standing in the barn

deer nd, glancing down the road, saw
his son tuTItlng in at the gate. Some

flitting memory the prodigal son
crossed his mind as he stCJMi crushing
down the instant leap of hiaheart.
There was the same old defiant tlliTt
Leo's head as he came near, but there
was bitterness about his mouth and a
dogged look in his eyes. His clothes
were threadbare.
"I've come back,' the younger man
said, and his voice was oddly clear in
the frosty air. "You were right I
was wrong. I've been a failure. I've
starved and shammered long enough.
At first I vowed that I wouldn't come
back, but-If youH let me I'll go to
work. Behind the plow, anything. It's
what I know best. I've wasted two
years. Do you want me?"
Gideon Brooke's voice was husky.
"Want you?" he repeated. This la
your home, boy. I I guess mebbe

you've got more sense than you had
two years ago. Mebbe it was all for
your good. Well forget It. It's just

about time to water the horses."


We have just received a beautiful
line of
The very latest of the milliner's art
Call and see us
No. 5 South Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla.


I am a candidate for the office of

supervisor of registration, subject to

the wishes of the voters In the demo

cratlc primary. Respectfully,

Cotton Plant, Fla. D. M. Barco.



At the request of many voters in the

precinct, I have decided to again be a

candidate for the office of county com

missioner from this, the first commis
sioner's district of Marion county, sub

ject to the action of the democratic
primaries. I believe, as many other
business- men do, that a man can do
more and better work for his county
during the second term of office on the
board of county commissioners, than Is
possible during his first term. I ask
the voters for their support and prom promise
ise promise the people to put my best efforts

into the administration of this import'
ant office. Respectfully,
C. (Ed) CarmlchaeL


I wish to announce to the democratic
voters of district No. 1 that I am a
candidate for a member of the board
of county commissioners for Marlon
county from said district, subject to

the democratic primary election to be

held April 30, 1912. Tour support will

be appreciated and if I am elected I

will promise you to do my full duty as

a commissioner. R. B. Meffert.


The new and handsome store room,
roomy and modern plate glass front.
Possession at once, and can be fitted

up according to needs of tenant. Ap-

pl to Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.


Rhode Island Red eggs from heavy

laying strain. $1 per 15. Q. E. Pea
cock. Star offic.

Is as familiar to us as the largest
parts. That's why we can repair your
machine perfectly no matter what alls
It. Better send us your car when It
needs attention. We can detect the
seemingly little things that less expert -repairers
would overlook.
Supplies of all kinds In stock.

FflorMa Aunto Sales Cc

North of Government Bnildinn

Ocala, Fla.

"Where were all the neighbors go going
ing going as I came out from town? Leo

asked a little later. Already his eyes

looked clearer, his face less hitter.

"You'd have thought It waa a conven

Gideon Brooke leaned over and
picked up a straw. "Going to the Pen Penrose
rose Penrose place," he said, shortly. "It's
Ellen's wedding daj she marries
Frank Alexander I" He slapped the
hay horse smartly on its flank. "Get
over!" he ordered. He had once been
very fond of the idea of Ellen as his
The oats spilled over from the meas measure
ure measure Leo Brooke was filling. Instead of
the barn wall his eyes were seeing
Ellen Penrose's face as it was that
day two years ago, when he had told
her good-by.
"Aa fellow's got to pay In this
world, hasn't he?" he said at last a
little harshly. "And now, what work
do I start on in the morning!"

Call op Phone 300 and Let ns Give an Esticcte ca Yczr


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Am vre employ none bat experta we arc la oltla to gaamtce ev every
ery every nleee of work we coBstraet to tend the iMpeettes ef the Meet
rlft-id Inspectors, it coats nothing: to get our fl rarest mud yon are the
winner, whether we eeeure the eontract or met. GIto ns a trial.



Commercial Bank Building, Ocala, Florida
Commercial and Stenography Courses. Day and Evecteg Clcsses
Enter alyTIae
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Dont Cuff a Child.
"Don't box a naughy child's ears.
Don't allow any provocation to tempt
you to strike a child on the head," is
the injunction contained. in an article
on skulls issued by the International
Hygiene Exposition at Dresden. Cor Corporal
poral Corporal punishment of any kind, says
the writer, Is wrong, but when the
head is the point of contact between
the angry parent and the child the
former may easily become a murderer,
in a collection of skulls at the exposi exposition,
tion, exposition, lent by the Wurxburg university,
there are many of children as well as
adults which show that the abnor abnormally
mally abnormally thin skull is not unusually
found, even in otherwise normal hu human
man human beings, and the causes of death,
which are stated on cards attached
to the skulls, are intended to serve as
warnings to parents, teachers and

ikies mi mm

I have as fine a lot of Horses and
Mules on my lot, on West Exposition

Street, as have ever
been brought to the
Ocala market. Call
and look the ani animals
mals animals over and make
your selection. The
drove contains stock
of all styles and for
all purposes. Every

animal guaranteed; prices and terms as
reasonable as anyone can make.


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Interest Is Already Bona Ammmmm mJJ '.f. ..

Our Contest KiSI If lljl DK I f

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We are going to Give Away
a 020 All-wool Serge Suit to
the woman guessing nearest
And a second prize of $5 to the woman guessing next
neraest to number of beans in the jar on display in our
window. There are no conditions. Any woman can
enter by registering her name and estimate at our store.
The contest will be short and you should get your guess
in-at once. Entering the contest places you under no
Obligation whatever. You have all to win and nothing
to lose.
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No iise to quote pr ife so many imita
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IFfastt Caupdl'" Views off Ocalla FREE 2 2
Now Until Easter April the 7th.


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The Young Lady From Philadelphia.
Miss Enid Maltland was a Mgnlj
specialized product of the far east. I
say far, viewing Colorado as a point
of departure, not as Identifying her
with, the orient. The classic shades
of Bryn Mawr had been the "Groves
of Academus where with old Plato
she had walked." Incidentally during
her completion of the exhaustive cur curriculum,
riculum, curriculum, of that justly famous institu institution?
tion? institution? she had acquired at least a bow bowing
ing bowing acquaintance with other masters
of the mind.
Nor had the physical in her educa education
tion education Jseen sacrificed to the mental. In
her "at least the mens sana and the

corpore sano were alike in evidence.
She had ridden to hounds many times
on the anise-scented trail of the West
Cheater Hunt! Exciting tennis and
leisurely golf had engaged her atten attention
tion attention on the courts and greens of the
Merlon Cricket club. She had buffeted
"Old Ocean's gray and melancholy
waste" on the beach at Cape May and
at Atlantic City.
Spiritually she was a devoted mem mem-I
I mem-I ber of the Episcopal church, of the
I variety that abhors the word "Protes "Protes-j
j "Protes-j ant" in connection therewith. Alto Alto-j
j Alto-j gether she reflected great credit upon
! her pastors and masters spiritual and
j temporal and her up-bringing in the
; three departments of life left little to
be desired.
i Upon her graduation she had been
I at once received and acclaimed by the
j "Assembly Set" of Philadelphia, to
which indeed she belonged unques

tioned by right of birth and position
and there was no other power under

! heaven by which she could have ef-

! fected entrance therein, at least
that is what the outs thought
i of that most exclusive circle. The
old home of the Maltlands over-
looking Rlttenhouse Square had

been the scene of her debut. In
all the refined and decorous galtles of
Philadelphia's ultra-fastidious society
she had participated. .She had even
looked upon money standardized New
York in its delirium of extravagance,
at least in so far aa a sedate and well wellborn
born wellborn Philadelphia family could coun countenance
tenance countenance such golden madness. During
the year she had ranged like a con con-querer
querer con-querer pardon the masculine appella appellationbetween
tionbetween appellationbetween Palm Beach in the
souttn and Bar Harbor In the north.
Philadelphia was proud ot her, and
shewas not unknown In those un unfortunate
fortunate unfortunate parts of the United States
which lay without.
In all this she had remained a frank.

free, unspoiled young woman. .JL-ife
was full -of zest for hejr-anl "she en en-Joyed
Joyed en-Joyed it withjhmost un-Pennsylva-nian
5ne" second summer after her com coming
ing coming but found her In Colorado. Robert
Maltland was one of the big men of
the west. He had departed from Phil Philadelphia
adelphia Philadelphia at an early age and had set settled'
tled' settled' In Colorado while it was still In
the formative period. There he had
grown up with the state. The Phil

adelphia Maitlands could never under understand
stand understand it or explain it. Bob Maltland
must have been, they argued, a rever reversion
sion reversion to an ancient type, a throwback
to some robber baron long antecedent
to William Penn. And the speculation
was true. The blood of some lawless
adventurer of the past, discreetly for forgot
got forgot by the conservative section of the
family, bubbled in his veins unchecked
by the repressive atmosphere of his
home and immediate environment.
He had thoroughly Identified him himself
self himself with his new surroundings and
had plunged into all the activities of
the west. During one period of his
life he had actually served as sheriff
of one of the border counties, and it
was a rapid "bad man" indeed, who
enjoyed any advantage over him when
it came to drawing his "gun." His
skill and daring had been unques

tioned, he had made a nane for himself-
which still abides, especially in

the mountains wnere things yet re remained
mained remained almost as primitive as they

had been from the beginning.

His fame had been accompanied by

fortune, too; the cattle upon a thou

sand hills were his, the treasures of
mines of fabulous richness were at

his, command. He lived in Denver in
one of the greatest of the bonanza

palaces on the hills of that city, con

fronting the snow-capped mountain
range. For the rest he held stock in
all sorts of corporations, was a di director
rector director In numerous concerns and so
on the reader can supply the usual
catalogue, they are all alike. He had
married late in life and was the father
of two little girls and a boy, the old oldest
est oldest sixteen and the youngest ten.
Going east, which he did not love,
on an infrequent business trip, he
had renewed his acquaintance with
his brother and the one ewe Iamb of
his brother's flock, to-wit, the afore aforementioned
mentioned aforementioned Enid. He had been struck,
as everybody was, by the splendid
personality of the girl and had striven
earnestly to disabuse her mind of the
prevalent Idea that there was nothing
much worth while on the continent
beyond the Allegheny except scenery.
" "What you need, Enid, is a ride
across the plains, a sight of real moun mountains,
tains, mountains, beside which these little foot foothills
hills foothills in Pennsylvania that people back
here make so much of wouldn't be
noticed. You want to get some of the
spirited, glorious freedom of the west
into your conservative straight-laced
little body."
"In my day, Robert," reprovingly re remarked
marked remarked his brother, Enid's father,
"freedom was the last thing a young
lady gently born and delicately
nurtured would have coveted."
"Your day is passed, Steve," re returned
turned returned the younger Maltland with

snocsang carelessness. Treeaom 1

what every woman desires now, espe-j

daily when she Is married. You are
not In love with anybody, are you,
"With not a soul," frankly replied
the girl, greatly amused at the col colloquy
loquy colloquy between the two men, who,
though mothered by the same woman,
were as dissimilar as what shall I
say, the east is from the west? Let
It go at that.

"That's all right," said her uncled

relieved apparently. 1 will take yoa

out west and Introduce you to some
real men and
"If I thought It possible," Interposed
Mr. Stephen Maltland in his most
austere and dignified manner, "that

my daughter," with a perceptible em-j

phasis on the "my," as if he and not

the daughter were the principal being
under consideration, "should ever so
far forget what belongs to her station
in life and her family as to allow her;
affections to become engaged by any anyone
one anyone who, from his birth and upbring upbringing
ing upbringing in the er oh unlicensed atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere of the western country would
be persona non grata to dignified so society
ciety society of this ancient city and ".
"Nonsense," Interrupted the young younger
er younger brother bluntly. "You have lived
here wrapped up In yourselves and
your dinky little town so long that
mental asphyxiation is threatening
"I will thank you, Robert," said his
brother with something approaching
the manner tn which he would have
repelled a blasphemy, "not to refer to
Philadelphia as er what was your
most extraordinary word?"
" 'Dinky,' if my recollection serves."
"Ah, precisely. I am not sure as
to the meaning of the term, but I
conceive it to be something opprobri opprobrious.
ous. opprobrious. You can say what you like about

me and mine, but of Philadelphia, no."

"Oh. the town's right enough," re

turned his brother, not at all im

pressed. 'Tm talking about people

now. There are just as fine men and
women in the west as In New York or


"I am sure you don't mean to be
offensive, Robert, but really the asso


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your watch ? If it is not keeping time it needs
repairing just the same as your body needs a
doctor when you are sick. And like your body
unless it is doctored at. once, it will go permanently
wrong. . .
Bring that watch In today.
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W?self Garden Tools which it won't break year fcccS p n

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Nor will we "break you" when yon buy your Garden Tcc!3

and Hardware from us. '


"Your Day Has Passed, Steve," Re

turned the Younger Maltland.
elation of ideas In your mention of us
with that common and vulgar. New
York is er un pleasant," fairly shud shuddered
dered shuddered the elder Maltland.
"I'm only urging you to recognize

the Quality of the western people. I

dare say they are of a finer type than
the average here."
"From your standpoint, no doubt,"

continued his brother severely and

somewhat wearily as If the matter
were not worth all this argument. "All
that I want of them Is that they stay
In the west where they belong and not

strive to mingle with the east; there
Is a barrier between us and them

which it Is not well to cross. To per permit
mit permit any intermixtures of er race


'The people out there "are white,

Steve," Interrupted his brother sar sardonically.
donically. sardonically. "I wasn't contemplating In Introducing
troducing Introducing Enid here to Chinese, or

negroes, or Indians, or

"Don't you see," said Mr. Stephen
Maltland, stubbornly waving aside
this sarcastic and Irrelevent com comment,
ment, comment, "from your very conversation

the vast "gulf that there Is between
you and me? Although you had every
advantage In life that birth can give
you, we are I mean you have changed

bo greauy," ne nad quickly addeo,
loathe to offend.
But he mistook the light in his
brother's eyes; it was a twinkle, not a
flash. Robert Maltland. laughed,
laughed with what his brother con conceived
ceived conceived to be indecorous boisterous boisterous-ness.
ness. boisterous-ness. "How little you know of the bone
and sinew of this country. Steve," he
exclaimed presently. Robert Maltland
could not comprehend how it irritated
his stately brother to be called
"Steve." Nobody ever spoke of him
but as Stephen Maltland. "But Lord,
I don't blame you," continued the
westerner. tAny man whose vision la
barred by a foothill couldn't be ex expected
pected expected to know much of the main
range and what's beyond."
"There Isn't any danger of my fall falling
ing falling in love with anybody," said Enid
at last, with all the confidence of two
triumphant social seasons. "I think I
must be immune even to dukes," she
said gaily.
"I referred to worthy young Amer Americans
icans Americans of began her father who, to
do him justice, was so satisfied with
his own position that no foreign title
dazzled him in the least degree.
"Rlttenhouse Square," cut in Rob Robert
ert Robert Maltland with amused sarcasm.

fin -- ; f"







LORETTO (Near Mandarin) FIjORIDA.
Boarding school for boys, conducted by the Sisters of St Josep
Boys from eight to fourteen years received, and carefully trained
ni.,!.(i tntxiiutn9i mnmi and (trial lines. Healthy location, lift

nlficeat 'swimming pool. Complet e qrxlpmsnt:"mcoilTm9, dprn

tprie, dining hall and recreation rooms. i ;





(Continued on Page Six)

fTMS ma THE 4

Dixie Fiver," "Seminole United,"

" Sooto AflanUe limited,"
"n!ontflomery Ronte."
ntrouQli Pullman Cars from Cblcc::? St, Lc!p,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Grcn3 Dcpiis,
Oeveland, Louisville, Ncclivlllc
Atlanta and DlrniiEicrn
to Jacksonville.
Oiimiiinisi Csiip Sspuciss
For informatioD, or rcscrvctica, ccD cn
M. JL WILLIAMS, Ticket AcP"J4 AcP"J4-Y.
Y. AcP"J4-Y. R. DEAZIEY, T. P. JU j;G. D? l?rr)



eu LinnnLE raws count

Here i dime. Save It- Not a, large amount, you say? No, you're
right, yet It represents ten per cent interest on pne dollar for a year. It's
the little things that count In this life. History tells us that the Duke of
Wellington attributes the victory of the Allies at Waterloo to the closing of
the Hugomont Castle gates by James McDowell and John Graham. It was a
small thing. But the results have been marvelous as we look back over the
intervening years. Philip Armour knew the value of little things. They
say he packed everything but the last breath of a hog utilizing the waste in
the manufacture of by-products made him wealthy. The small boy by stick sticking
ing sticking his finger in the leak in the dam saved Holland from destruction. A
few drops of water on a stone makes no Impression the constant drip
wears away the stone. The little point on the auger prepares the way for
the large bored hole. .A single grain of corn produces from one to two per perfect
fect perfect ears. And so the little dime Is a part of a dollar. Dollars' at interest
produce dollars just as surely as the seed sown jon rich ground brings forth
an abundant harvest- Then save the DIME! Watch it grow.

3 g



K. of P. meet this evening.

Elks meet tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

Messrs. Mclver & MacKay, the con contractors
tractors contractors for the new Marion County
Hospital building, are getting the ma material
terial material together to commence work on
the handsome new home for that institution.


F. U. of A. meets Thursday evening.

Moose meet Thursday evening.
Flash lights of all sizes at B. Gold-


Who's going to collar the coat suit?

Hurst & Garner.

Flower seeds and bulbs of all kinds

at Tydings & Co.

Mr. Sam Martin visited friends at

Fort McCoy Sunday.


The Air Dome was chock-a-block
Saturday night. Clifford Peabody said
he wished he had a double-barreled
gallery it would have been full.
The program for tonight is as fol follows:
lows: follows: "Too Many Engagements."
"A Woman's Slave."
"Making a Man of Him."



roller skates at

A beautiful line of stationery and
box paper at Tydings & Co.

Big bargain in a diamond ring; 1 5-8
karat, if sold quick. B. Goldman.

Mrs. H. M. Hampton has returned
from her" visit to Jacksonville.

Store counters for sale,
tin, Merchants' Block.

R. U Mar-

Flash lights of all sizes at B. Goldman's.

G 54

Every country has its special table
delicacies dainties that are dear to the
hearts of its housewives. Many of these
delicacies are in use here.
The pick of them arc kept at this store
imported direct from England, Ger Germany,
many, Germany, Russia. France, Belgium and
from strange and little known corn corners
ers corners of the earth. When you want a
foreign delicacy to tickle the fancy
and appetite oi your guests or family
look over our stock WE HAVE IT.
Here are only a few of the appetizing imported table del
icacies on our shelves:

Offices for rent,
chants' Block.

R. I Martin, Mer-


roller skates at

WANTED Stenographer. For full
particulars apply to box 297, Ocala.

Our best argument our contract.
Florida Home Building Association.

Mr. H. H. Perkins and Mis3 Beddia

Sewell of Grahamville played a joke on

their friends Sunday. Mr. Perkins
called at the young lady's home in the
afternoon and took her out ostensibly
for a buggy ride. The ride took them,
however, to the home of the well well-known
known well-known Baptist minister. Rev. B. I.

Hull, by whom they were united in
marriage, the only witness being Mrs.
Hull. The young rtlks came in the
evening to Ocala, where they will make
their home. Mr. Perkins is a steady
and responsible young man, employed
in county roail work, and has many
friends both in this city and at his old
home. His bride Is a very charming
young lady, one of Grahamville's fair
daughters, and she will be warmly
welcomed in Ocala.

The DeKoven Male Quartet, at the
Temple Theater tonight, will be the
last of the lyceum attractions for this
season. It Is undoubtedly a first class

The Staunton, Va.. Leader, says:

"The DeKoven Male Quartet won the

hearts of a big audience at the Bodley

Auditorium last night. From the out

set the entertainment was artistic and

clever and the audience was thorough

ly alive to its every merit. In addition

to several classics which they rendered
with splendid temperament, the quar quartet
tet quartet sang such old favorites as 'Dixie,'
'Carry Me Back to Old Virginny and
'De Sand Man each of which so cap captivated
tivated captivated the audience that several en encores
cores encores were demanded by the prolong prolonged
ed prolonged applause. The voices harmonized
perfectly and evinced talent aa well
as superior culture and training."



Mr. Alfred Beck
Tampa this morning.

returned from

Big bargain in a diamond ring; 1 5-8
karat, if sold quick. B. Goldman.

Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Robinson went
to Tampa yesterday afternoon.

Ensign films are double Instantan Instantaneous.
eous. Instantaneous. Get them at Mills' Studio.

"Buy your kodak supplies at Mills'
Studio, where you can get the best.

Toilet articles and sets of all kinds,
handsome, first class goods, at Tydings
& Co.

The sorrowful news was received
Sunday that Mrs. J. W. Akin, who .was
taken a few weeks ago by her husband
to Stafford Springs, Miss., in hopes to
win back her lost health, died Satur Saturday
day Saturday night.
This is the saddest of news to many
people in this city, for Mrs. Akin was
a most estimable lady and dearly be beloved
loved beloved by her numerous friends.
Mr. Akin will arrive tonight on the
midnight train with the remains. The
funeral services will take place tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow morning from the Baptist church
at 10:30. The interment will be in
Greenwood cemetery. The pall bear bearers
ers bearers are Messrs. Elmer DeCamp, J. R.
Moorhead, E. C. Bennett, Jotm I Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, W. D. Cam and Frank Gates.
By the special request of Mr. Akin,
his old and tried friend, Mr. C. V.
Roberts, will have change of the fun funeral
eral funeral arrangeemnts for V. B. Keller &

Superintendent Caldwell and his men
have been busy night and day for the
past twenty-four hours and will be for
the next day and night, winding a
generator at the electric light plant.
They will not be able to finish tonight
and there will not be any lights in a

portion of the city tonight. Be patient
with the electric light people for they
are doing all that can be done to rem remedy
edy remedy the trouble


The Ocala Water Company held its
annual meeting Saturday afternoon.
All of the stock and bonds of the com company
pany company was represented. Mr. R. L. An Anderson
derson Anderson was re-elected president. Mr.
J. A. Campbell was re-elected secre secretary,
tary, secretary, and Mr. H. T. Powell, president
of the Macon Savings Bank, trustees
for the security holders, was elected
treasurer. Mr. Powell and Mr. Stuart
Wood of Philadelphia, a large stock stockholder,
holder, stockholder, who attended the meeting, have
returned home. The committee in Ma Macon
con Macon now has full power to name a
price to the city council at which It

will be willing to sell the plant to the
city and has full authority to make
title to the plant. The price will be

in the hands of the city council by its
next regular meeting on March 19th.



The only Buckshot Williams was in
town from his Martel farm Saturday

One of the most compietr lines of
perfumes, soaps and oosmetlrs in the
state, at Tydings & Co.


neet at Mr.

We do paperhanging and decorating,

etc., as well. See Denno about it. Al

varez street.





Cooking with paper tags? Call us

up for a package at T5c. The Post

Office Drug Store.

Mrs. W. T. Gary will entertain this

afternoon for Miss Annie Lee Shaw

and Miss Lidie DesChamps.

Get your prescriptions nued by BecX

at the Court Pharmacy and know they
are right.

Thermos bottles for both hot and

cold fluids. Several sizes at Tydings
& Co.

The members of Dickison Cha

the U. D. C. are requested to mee

the residence of Mrs. A. Y. Strunk
Tuesday morning, March 12th, at 10
o'clock to attend In a body the funeral
of Mrs. J. W. Akin.
Per order of the president.
Mrs. S. R. Whaley,

Recording Secretary.

Mr. B .S. Weathers, who is now with

the Florida National Bank in Jackson

ville, was in the city Sunday, on a brief

visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B

A. Weathers. "Benjy" is one of the
representative youn grmen Ocala has

sent out into the world. He was a

most intelligent and reliable boy when
he remained among us, and his friends

here will ever be glad to know of ev

ery success that added years and re

sponsibility brings to him.


Contractor W. C. Blanchard put a
force of men to work this morning on
the Job of moving the residence, for formerly
merly formerly the parsonage of the Methodist
church, to its new location on the
north side of the block near Mr. Shu Shu-ford's
ford's Shu-ford's home and facing South Second
street. The house will then be repair repaired
ed repaired and painted and will make a most
desirable house for a large family.
The building of the long brick build building
ing building to contain five store rooms and
face Main street, will soon commence,
on this block.

Charles Cullen, Sr., after a pleas

ant visit to his son and family here

left for his home in England Saturday.

He was accompanied as far as New
York by Mr. Charles E. Cullen, who
after seeing his father on board a

trans-Atlantic liner, will return to his

home in this city.

The study class of the Woman's Club

will meet tomorrow afternoon prompt promptly
ly promptly at 3 o'clock at the residence of Mrs.
A. Y. Strunk.

Every man of integrity and thrift
in this community requires satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory banking connections-
It does not make so much difference to the officers
of this bank HOW MUCH money a man has in bur
bank we want his NAME on our books. His in influence
fluence influence and friendship are often worth even more to
the bank than his money.
The strength of our institution and the standing
of its officers are such, that we have no hesitancy in
presenting our advantages to the largest or smallest
Our ways of satisfactorily serving you are many
and we invite your account.


gain Qaft&tDQal SaQft



H. D. STOKES, Cashier.



"Where," asked the female suffrage

orator, "would men be today were It

not for women?"

She paused a moment and looked

around the hall.

"I repeat," she said, "where would
man be today if not for woman?"
"Hed be in the Garden of Eden eat eating
ing eating strawberries," answered a voice
from the gallery. Tit-Bits.

Headaches that come from a disor disordered
dered disordered stomach or constipated bowels
are permanently cured by HERBINE.
It purifies the system and regulates
the bowels. Price 50c Sold by all


Who's going to collar the coat suit?
Hurst & Garner.

Who's going to collar the coat suit?
Hurst & Garner.

Ensign films are tne Test for gloomy

days. Tou can get them at Mills'


Two Phones. 16 and 174 Ocala, Fin.

Alma Zada Face Powder Is the best

we have to offer at 50c the box. The

i Post-office Drug Stores.

Messrs. C. K. Sage and J. G. Fergu

son will leave tomorrow for Tampa to
attend the meeting of the Grand

Lodge K. of P., as delegates from
Ocala Lodge No. 19. The gentlemen

will return Friday.

Mr. D. A. Clark of .Martel returned

Saturday night from a successful fish

ing trip to St. Petersburg.



LOST A bunch of keys, on two

rings. Kinder will please return to

Guy Geiger's store and receive reward.

"Has anything ever been discovered
on Vensus?" asked the student of as astronomy.
tronomy. astronomy.
"No." replied the old professor,
whose mind had slipped a cog and

transported him into mythological

fields; "not If the pictures of her are

authentic." Chicago News.

IT? avAlvoro r T oil m a vac hnth ti a tst

Marriage-Finding out an unknown I., second.hand at ver'y reasonable

B. Goldman

We do not fear competition; It Is the
comparison of the methods of other
epppanlea that brings us business,
lrlda Home Building Association.


Love An imaginary quantity.
Money The prime factor.

Clothes The common denominator.
Fashion A variable.
The Bill Collector A Constant.

Alimony A lesson in abstraction.
Divorce A recurring division. Life


"Weller Carmichael has joined the

motorcycle corps. He bought a fine

Harley-Davidson today from Mr. H. S


Members of the Order of Moose, at

tention: Charms and emblems of many

The best investment that you can designs and different prices, at B.

make is in a house or houses put up Goldman's.

for you by the Florida Home Building

A. JelTcoat lert ocala last Association. Let tnem pay ror them- The Auchineloss fine vacht Niroda is

t y. w.

Fl -Ay for Lexington, 8. C, to pay a selves by the rent they bring in.

Tft, to his parents and attend to

sou4 business matters. He is having J Miss Clara Johnson, the popular de- few days.

anf enjoyable trip, and will return tolbutante daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.

Ocala in a few days. IH. Johnson, of Ocala, wills return to

on its way around South Florida from

Miami and will be at Port Inglis in a

Tonight will be souvenir sermon at

her nome tomorrow arter a very pleas- the Christian church. The topic of the

jsicKeismitn, ureensooro, i ant visit witn rrienas in ueijana. miss sermon is, "The Great Question." A


The young ladies' circle of the Pres:
byterian church will hold a cake and
candy sale next Wednesday the 13th
Inst, at the band stand if the weather
is favorable. Other notices will be
given as to place if the weather Is

FOR SALE One 4-passenger Hup
automobile. Only used a few days.
Just as good as new. A bargain to a
quick buyer. Florida Auto Sales Com Company.
pany. Company. 3-7-12

A splendid, $60 stereopticon outfit
complete, suitable for private, church
or small theater entertainments. $20
will take It. if you hurry to B. Goldman's.

We questioned the applicant for a
position as laundress.
"Are you married V we asked.
"No. suh. Fse a wlddah."
"Ah and your husband is dead?
"Yassuh he's sho' daid."
"How did he meet his death?
"Meet it? Laws, man., he didn't meet
it!. Dey had ter chase him two mlle mlle-f
f mlle-f o' day-all could ketch him an put de
rope roun his neck'-Cleveland Plain
I will give you a good trade on your
old pistol, shotgun or rifle, taken In
exchange on a new firearm, of which
I have a large stock. B. Goldman.

Revolvers of all makes, Tooth new
and second-hand, at very reasonable
prices at B. Goldman's.

If you are In a hurry for your pre prescriptions,
scriptions, prescriptions, try the Court Pharmacy's
quick delivery system. .-- '

I will give you a good trade on your
old pistol, 'shotgun or rifle, taken In
exchange on a new firearm, of which
I have a large stock. B. Goldman.

FOR SALE -Eggs for setting, strict strictly
ly strictly TJ. R. Fishers White Plymouth Rock
strand. $1.50 for thirteen or ft per
hundred. Apply to PO. Box 197. city.

If you have trouble In getting rid of
your cold you may know that you are
not treating It properly. There Is no
reason why a cold should hang on for
weks and it will not If you take
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. For
sale by all dealers.


Ocala Lodge No. 86, B. P. O. Elks,

will hold its annual election of offic

ers tomorrow, Tuesday night, at the
lodge room. A full attendance is urg



Messrs. Mclver & MacKay have the

contract for the erection of a new rec rectory
tory rectory for the Episcopal church. Work
on the building will commence at

once. It will be a pretty two-story
residence to cost about $3200 and will
be located next to the church.


There were a number of cases In the

recorder's court again this morning

against automobile drivers for failing

to blow their horns, turning corners

on the wrong side and speeding. These

were all fined $5 without costs, except

In the case of one speeder, who was

fined $10 and costs. There were sev

eral of the usual recorder court fines

In addition to the automobile drivers'





Will Baring, colored, killed another

Members of the Order of Moose, at- negro in a row at Martel Saturday

John W.

Pa., has three children, and like most j Johnson was one of the most popular souvenir of the sermon will be given

children they frequently take cold. I students at Stetson for two years and to every one who attends.

We have tried several' kinds of cough I her host of friends were glad to wel-

medlcine." he says, "but have never J come her again. While here Miss

found any yet that did them as much j Johnson was the recipient of many tention: Charms and emblems of manv ulght, and wounded a third. Baring!

good as Chamberlain's Cough Rem- I delightful social attentions. DeLand I designs and different prices at b. then took to the woods and hasn't yet

edy." For sale by all dealers. Record. Goldman's. been found. Deputy Sheriff Brigance

- i i

Is out in the country after him.

Denno's prices for painting are "live j When, in Jacksonville stop with Mrs. strayed or stolen, dark bay chestnut

-and let live" prices. Always consIs-IE. L. Maloney, at tho Girard, No. 11 horse, blazed face, two white feet

tent with good work. I East Duval street, just off Main

' A splendid $60 stereopticon outfit
complete, suitable for private, church

or small theater entertainments,

1 75c. room in the city.

Marshal Carter says that every auto-

Best Weight about 1200 pounds.. Notify the ist motorist and bikist must blow at

Star office.

Saturday afternoon Mrs. Henry Liv-

$20ington entertained a few friends In

will take it If you hurry to B. Gold


honor of her mother, Mrs. Jackson,

who Is spending the winter with her.

Mr. Geo. C. Crom left Sunday morn

ing for Live Oak, to see about rail-

Toad matters.

FOR SALE One horse, light sorrel,

ten years old, weight 1400. Well broke

to farm work; good buggy driver;

good condition. One one-horse Thorn-

FOUXD A Southeastern clergy per- Ihlll wagon, good as new; one set single

mit railroad book with trunk check I wagon harness. One 9x16 cut brus

enclosed. Call at Star office. I sells made.-up rug, wide border; one

oak dresser, five drawers and bevel

FOR SALE One good horse and plate mirror. Call at last house north

. -mm e-

w aaron. inauire or ti. w. iterreu, aiisiae r on jvmg avenue. a. Diar-

Ocala Steam Laundry. 2-29-6t buck.

Cash Beats



i the street corners, must blow his horn

or whistle, or blow his nose, if he has

nothing else, or he will have to blow

his cash in recorder's court-

Miss Minnie Stovall was patriotical

ly motoring around town this morning.

with a list of auto regulations printed
in big type on a card in the rear of
her car. Most folks were so busy look

ing at the bunch of pretty girls In the
auto that they had no eyes for the

Mrs. T. E. Bridges gave a party Sat

urday afternoon in honor of the elev-

$1.2ojentn birthday of her pretty little guest.

UUir., x,w oov present and all had an enjoyable

attractive ; t ickles (Vuart Jar) SOc time.

Cottolene (Large Backet)

R. G. Collins, postmaster, Barnegat, I Miss Kebecca oist, an

N. J., was troubled with a severe la-jyoung lady of Mcintosh, is in the city, iHominy (van Camps) 9c

grippe cough. He says: "I would be a guest of Mrs. David

Grits, (Ten Pounds) 23c

the work.

Howell, East r-cot1 pp.- pnnllfl in Rexall Cold Tablets do 1

rnmnlMlr exhausted after each fit of Union street. Gainesville Sun. Can give you the formula if you like.

violent coughing. I bought a bottle of
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and

The most common cause of insom- Meal, (Ten Pounds) 23c Drug Stores.

25c the package at the Post Office

before I had taken it all the coughing Inia is disorders of the stomach. Cham

s Dells had entirely ceased. It can't be tberlaln's Stomach and Liver Tablets

Antl-MonODOly Drugstore.. I correct tnese aisoraers ana enaoie you j

to sleep. For sale by all dealers.

Mrs. W. E. Allen has returned to her

home at Mcintosh after a few days
visit with her daughter. Mrs. Drayton

Am South University street.

Gainesville Sun.

Rumford Baking Powder, 1-lb

Can 25c differ from other associations

Irish Potatoes (Peck) similar In name only in that WE

BUILD." Florida Home ouuarag As


Are you Interested In paper bag

cooking? If so come to us for your
supply of the bags. 25c the package.

Post Office Drug Store.

fan furnish from one setting to

one thousand pure bred Rhode Island

Red eggs for hatching at $10 per

h-indred. Ed Carmichael. Ocala.

No flies now to stick to the paint.

Later, flies- and rain will interfere. To

I put off painting means more paint.

more money. See Denno. Do it now.


Ferguson & Usher's Old Stand


There was a runaway boy, a little

chap about ten years old, from Wild-

wood,- on the Seaboard Limited this

morning. His family telegraphed to

the citv marshal to head him off, or

take him off, here, but Mr. Carter said

he had no authority to do so, and the

kid rode triumphantly on.

A few years ago it was almost impossible for a man to own bis ovm zz. De
either had to have the cash to pay down, borrow it from friends at a bjh rate of in interest
terest interest or save it by the slow and tedious method of the Savings Dank.
To-day, yon can borrow the money on the most liberal terms from a firm who's
reputation is without question and who is equipped for the special purpose of fcdpi3
people to own homes of their own.
Anyone who can afford to pay rent can pay for a home of their own in a few siort
years, by our liberal and easy plan:
We loan yon the money at 5 per cent with which to build and yon pay us bseb zst
as you now are paying rent.
Tabulated Illustration of a $1,000 Loan Made on
Contracts that are from Six to
Twelve Months Old
Purchase Price of each Contract $6.00
Amount deposited as dues $72.00
Amount deducted for expenses $18.00
Amount of loan made by the Company $1,000-00
Amount of advance credit on loan 54.00
Balance due Co., payable as per following table $ 946.00

Balance due Interest 5 per Principal Yearly total Monthly total
Years on loan cent on yearly Yearly at 18.30 principal and principal and
each year balance per month interest interest
T7I i $946.00 i $47.30 $99.60 $146.00 112.24
2nd 846.40 I 42.32 99.60 141.92 11.S3
3rd 1 746.80 37.34 99.60 136.94 11.41.
4th 647.20 32.36 99.60 131.96 11.00
5th 547.00 27.38 99.60 126.98 10.5S
6th 448.00 22.40 99.60 122.00 10.17
7th 348.40 17.42 99.60 117.02 t.75
8th 248.80 12.44 99.60 112.04 9.34
th 149.20 7.46 99.60 107.06 8.07
6 Months 39.60 A 49.60 52.08 8.8
6i Years Total Int. Princ. $&4 00 SUM. 90 Total Principal
24S0 and Interest

Gunaramttec toTCSttmnieott & Loam Co
Tampa, Florida

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Fcr TaUcr-Lladc Closing and
Cleaning, Pressiaa 'nd
Ifo fn' TiMnlnn with Cnnil
Funeral Directors
IbrU&ers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. M'lVER, Funeral Director
All Work DcAe by Licenced Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed.
Phones: D, E. Mclver, 104; Sair
Pyles. MO; Undertaking Office. 47.
Daily Schedule
12:15 pm Ly Jacksonville Ar 3:15 pm
1:10 pm AT....Ocai.a....LT 11:52 am
:45 am. Ar... Tampa... Lv 8:45 p.m.
One Night Oat of New York
Steel Electrically Lighted Pullman
Train Dining Car Service
Connection for Leesbnrs:, Orlando. Pal-
nsetto Manatee Bradentovrn
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lt?tfrq5e?t' "winfr mo to lose much sleep
g- mo vo ue mnca sleep
dder there was constant
nT Pilla tnr umA tirr.
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ati am now free of all trouble and again able to
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"Weil, tima, you seem to nave run
the gamut of the east pretty thor thoroughly;
oughly; thoroughly; come out and spend the sum summer
mer summer with me in Colorado. My Denver
house is open to you; we have a ranch
amid the foothills, or If you are game
we can break away from civilization
entirely and find some unexplored, un unknown
known unknown canon in the heart of the moun mountains
tains mountains and camp there. We'll get back
to nature, which seems to be impos impossible
sible impossible in Philadelphia, and you will see
things and learn things that you will
never see or learn anywhere else. It'll
do you good, too; from what I hear,
you have been going the pace and
those cheeks of yours are a little too
pale for so splendid a girl; you look
too tired under the eyes for youth and
"I believe I am not yery fit," said
the girl, "and if father will permit"
"Of course, of course," said Stephen
Maitland, "you are your own mistress
anyway, and having no mother
Enid's mother had died in her in infancy
fancy infancy "I suppose that I could not in interfere
terfere interfere or object if I wished to, but
no marrying or giving In marriage.
Remember that."
"Nonsense, father," answered the
young woman lightly. "I am not anx anxious
ious anxious to assume the bonds of wed wedlock."
lock." wedlock." "Well, that settles It," said Robert
Maitland. "We'll give you a royal
good time. I must run up to New
York and Boston for a few days, but
I shall be back in a week and I can
pick you up then."
"What Is the house in Denver; is it
er may I ask, provided with all mod modern
ern modern conveniences and began the
elder Maitland nervously.
Robert Maitland laughed.
"What do you take us for, Steve;
do you ever read the western news newspapers?"
papers?" newspapers?" "I confess that I have not given
much thought to the west since I
studied geography and the Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia papers have been thought suffi sufficient
cient sufficient for the family since
"Good Lord," exclaimed Maitland.
"The house cost half a million dol dollars,
lars, dollars, if you must know It, and If there
Is anything that modern science can
contribute to comfort and luxury that
isn't In it, I don't know what It is.
Shall it be the house in Denver, or
the ranch, or a real camp in the
wilds, Enid r
"First the house In Denver," said
Enid, "and then the ranch and then
the mountains."
"Rlght-O; that shall be the pro program."
gram." program."
"Will my daughter's life be perfect perfectly
ly perfectly safe from the cowboys, Indians and
"Quite safe," answered Robert, with
deep gravity. "The cowboys no longer
shoot up the city and it has been years
sinoe the Indians have held up even
a trolley car. The only real desperado
in my acquaintance is the mildest gen gentle
tle gentle old stage driver in the west."
"Do you keep up an acquaintance
with men of that class still?" asked
his brother in great surprise.
"You know I was sheriff in a bor border
der border county for a number of years
"But you must surely have with withdrawn
drawn withdrawn from all such society now."
"Out west," said Robert Maitland,
"when we know a man and like him,
when we have slept by him on the
plains, ridden with him through the
mountains, fought with him against
some border terror, some bad man
thirsting to kill, we don't forget him,
we don't cut his acquaintance, and it
doesn't make any difference whether
the one or the other of us is rich or
poor. I have friends who can't frame
a grammatical sentence, who habitual habitually
ly habitually eat with their knives, yet who are
absolutely devoted to me and I to
them. The man is the thing out
there." He smiled and turned to
Enid. "Always excepting the su supremacy
premacy supremacy of woman," he added.
"How fascinating," exclaimed the
girl. "I want to go there right away."
And this was the train of events
which wrought the change. Behold
the young lady astride of a horce for
the first time In her life in a divided
skirt, that fashion prevalent elsewhere
not having been accepted by the best
equestriennes of Philadelphia. She
was riding ahead of a lumbering moun mountain
tain mountain wagon surrounded by other rid riders,
ers, riders, which was loaded with baggage,
drawn by four sturdy broncos and fol followed
lowed followed by a number of obstinate little
burros at present unincumbered with
packs which would be used when they
got further from civilization and the
way was no longer practicable for any anything
thing anything on wheels.
Miss Enid Maitland was clad in a
way that would have caused her father
& stroke of apoplexy If he could have
Mr James Armstrong Was Desperate
ly in Love With Enid Maitland.
been suddenly made aware of her
dress, If she had burst into the draw-
Ing-room without announcement, for
Instance. Her skirt was distinctly
short, she wore heavy hob-nailed shoes
that laced up to her knees, she had
on a bright blue sweater, a kind of a
cap known as a tam-o-shanter was
pinned above her glorious hair, which
waa closely ? "braided and wound
around her head. She wore a silk
handkerchief loosely tied around her
neck, a knife and revolver hung at

her belt, a little watch was strapped
to one wrist, a handsomely braided
quirt dangled from the other, a pair
of spurs adorned her heels and most
discomposing fact of all, by her side
rede a handsome and dashing cava cavalier.
lier. cavalier. How Mr. James Armstrong might
have appeared in the conventional
black and white of evening clothes
wa3 not quite clear to her, for she
had as yet never beheld him In that
obliterating raiment, but in the habit
of the west, riding trousers, heavy
boots that laced to the knees, blue
shirt, his head covered by a noble
"Stetson," mounted on the firy restive
broncho which he rode to perfection,
he was ideal. Alas for the vanity of
human proposition! Mr. James Arm Armstrong,
strong, Armstrong, friend and protege these many
years of Mr. Robert Maitland, mine
owner and cattle man on a much
smaller scale than his older friend,
was desperately in love with Enid
Maitland, and Enid, swept off her feet
by a wooing which began with pre precipitant
cipitant precipitant ardor so soon as he laid eyes
on her, was more profoundly moved
by his suit, or pursuit, than she could
have imagined.
Omne ignotum pre magnifico!
She had been wooed in the conven conventional
tional conventional fashion many times and oft on
the sands of Palm Beach, along the
cliffs of Newport, in the romantic glens
of Mount Desert, in the old-fashioned
drawing-room overlooking Rittenhouse
Square. She had been proposed to in
motor cars, on the decks of yachts
and once even while riding to hounds,
but there had been a touch of same sameness
ness sameness about it all. Never had she been
made love to with the headlong gal gallantry,
lantry, gallantry, with the dashing precipitation
of the west. It had swept her from
her moorings. She found almost be before
fore before she was aware of it that her past
experience now stood her in little
stead. She awoke to a sudden realiza realization
tion realization of the fact that she was practical practically
ly practically pledged to James Armstrong after
an acquaintance of three weeks in
Denver and on the ranch.
Business of the most important
and critical nature demanded Arm Armstrong's
strong's Armstrong's presence east at this juncture,
and will-he-nill-he there was no way
he could put off his departure longer.
He had to leave the girl with an un uneasy
easy uneasy conscience that, though he had
her half way promise, he had her but
half way won. He had snatched the
ultimate day from his business de demand
mand demand to ride with her on the first
stage of her journey to the mountains.

(Continued Tomorrow)
State or Ohio, City of Toledo,
Lucan County. ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
Is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, county and state afore aforesaid,
said, aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the
each and every case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by the use of Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
in my preesnce, this 6th day of Decem December,
ber, December, A. D. 1886. A W. Gleason,
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter internally,
nally, internally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
Mayor: J. D. Robertson.
Recorder: L. T. Izlar.
Assistant Recorder: H. M. Hampton.
President of the Council: R. R. Car Carroll.
roll. Carroll. President Pro Tern: J. H. Taylor.
Councilman First Ward: C. R. Ty Ty-dings,
dings, Ty-dings, L. "W. Duval.
Second Ward: J. H. Taylor, R. R.
Third Ward: E. T. Helvenston, H. A.
Fourth Ward: G. A. Carmichael, F.
G. B. Weihe.
At Large: C. M. Livingston.
City Clerk: H. C. Sistrunk.
Deputy Cler.k: Miss Helen Scott.
Marshal: R. L. Carter.
. Fire Chief: H. S. Chambers.
SupL Electric Light Plant: Joseph
Treasurer: W. T. Gary.
Attorney: C. L. Sistrunk.
Tax Collector: W. W. Clyatt.
Sanitary Inspector: G. W. Cleveland.
Street Commissioner: F. M. Dodson.
Committees of the Council
Finance: C. R. Tydings, J. H. Taylor,
E. T. Helvenston.
Judiciary: L. W. Duval, E. T. Hel Helvenston,
venston, Helvenston, F. G. B. Weihe.
Street: G. A. Carmichael, J..H. Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, R. R. Carroll.
Cemetery: C. M. Livingston, E. T.
Helvenston, L. W. Duval.
Fire: H. A. Fausett, C. R. Tydings,
R. R. Carroll.
Police: R. R. Carroll, C. R. Tydings,
G. A. Carmichael.
Market: F. G. B. Weihe, C. M. Liv Livingston,
ingston, Livingston, L .W. Duval.
Sanitary: E. T. Helvenston, F. G. B.
Weihe, L, W. Duval.
Building: G. A. Carmighael, C. M.
Livingston, H. A. Fausett.
Light and Water: J. H. Taylor, H.
A Fausett, C. R. Tydings.
'Fiva years ago two doctors told me
I had only two years to live." This
startling statement was made by Still Still-man
man Still-man Green, Malachite, Col. "They told
me I would die with consumption. It
was up to me then to try the best lung
medicine and I began to use Dr. King's
New Discovery. It was well I did, for
today I am working and believe I owe
my life to this great throat and lung
cure that has cheated the grave of an another
other another victim." Its folly to suffer with
coughs, colds or other throat and lungj
troubles now. Take the cure that's
safest. Price 50 cents and $1. Trial
bottle freo at Tydings & Co.
The council has instructed the po
lice department to enforce the auto automobile
mobile automobile ordinance. This ordinance re
quires drivers to blow their horns or
whistles when crossing a street or ;
rounding a corner. The maximum
soeed is fifteen miles an hour. j
R. L. Carter, City Marshal.
C. A. Glos.ner, -f Ontario St., no- ;
Chester, N. T., has recovered from a'
long and severe attack of kidney trou- ;
ble, his cure being due to Foley Kidney
Pills. After detailing his case, he says, j
"I am only sorry I did not learn sooner ;
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me and I was no longer annoyed at ;
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using Foley Kidney Pills." Sold by j
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.


Because of my duties as superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of public instruction I cannot
give personal attention to my 100-acre
farm on the Blitchton hard road and
for this and the further reason that
I need the money, I offer It for sale.
The features are a beautiful, healthful,
accessible location, good new houses
for occupant and help, excellent barn
with stalls and outhouses; 50 acres
well fenced in perfect cultivation, well
equipped with work stock, Implements,
vehicles, harness and feed. Plant will
inventory 57000, but must go at once.
All ready for immediate occupancy.
For all particulars see or write,
J. H. BRINSON, Owner.
At Courthouse. Ocala. Fla.
Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
ind Specifications made. Lands Sur-
vtyed and Platted. Close Estimates
1 rade on Erection of Buildings of any
character by contract or on commls commls-t
t commls-t lion basis, write or consult me at
i Vorthnrtit Corner Ocala IIooMe Illoek
You'll find this market always ready
to fill your every want in choice poul poultry,
try, poultry, steaks, chops roasts, hams, bacon,
sausage at the very lowest prices at
which really excellent quality can be
And you'll find this market always
clean and sanitary, and its help most
courteous and prompt.
Phono 108 New City Market.
We can supply you with pure ice for
all purposes, whether your require requirements
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Baggage, Freight, Pianos, Furniture
and Safes a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Ghen All Orders.
PasNingr Ocala for Orlando
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Vanning Ocala for Jacksonville
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For reservation and information
call on
City Passenger Agent,
Phone 129, Merchant's Block
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Continues to Hold Its Lead as the
Most Popular Book Ever
The one hundred and seventh an annual
nual annual report of the British and Foreign
Bible society, the largest. If not the
oldest, of euch organizations, shows
that the Bible still holds its ancient
lead as the most popular book ever
published. During 1910 the society dis distributed,
tributed, distributed, in 432 languages and dialects,
no fewer than 903,827 complete Bibles,
1,199,239 New Testaments and 4,782. 4,782.-720
720 4,782.-720 single scriptural books.' Its re receipts
ceipts receipts from these sales for though its
prices are very low, It seldom actually
gives Bibles away were more than
$500,000, and in addition it received
about $700,000 as legacies and dona donations
tions donations and from invested funds. Since
Its foundation, in 1804, it has distribut distributed
ed distributed nearly 220,000,000 copies of the
sacred writings, at a cost of fully $50, $50,-000,000.
000,000. $50,-000,000. Its colporteurs today number
1,100 and its annual output of Bibles
weighs nearly 350 tons.
The American Bible society, says
the Baltimore Evening Sun, ably sec seconds
onds seconds the work of the great British so society,
ciety, society, and is almost as old, having
been established in 1816. Down to
1900 it had printed and distributed
70,000,000 copies of the New Testa Testament
ment Testament and the complete Bible, and
since then it has continued the Wv-rk
at the rate of nearly 2,000,000 copies
a year. It has given especial atten attention
tion attention to the translation of the Bible
into the Indian tongues, and Is now
ready to supply New Testaments, at
least, in every such tongue as has
been reduced to writing. Of late it
has also given attention to the Philip Philippines,
pines, Philippines, and its colporteurs now dis distribute
tribute distribute Bibles In Tagalog and all the
other dialects of the islands.
Altogether these two great societies,
with their Scotch, Prussian and Rus Russian
sian Russian rivals, are now distributing fully
2,000,000 complete Bibles, 3,000,000
New Testaments and 6,000,000 lessei
portions of the Scriptures a year. Just
how many copies of the Book are oth otherwise
erwise otherwise sold in the world Is not to be ac accurately
curately accurately determined, but the most re reliable
liable reliable estimates place the number at
5,000,000 a year. In the United States
alone the sales often exceed 1,000,000.
No other book, sacred or profane,
comes wthin miles of this stupendous
record. The Bible outsells all the
other best sellers. As a matter of
fact, it comes very near outselling all
of them taken together.
French Sailors.
Most of the French- admirals are
from the south, from which we may
infer the greater success of their
southern friends as politicians and
perhaps their own skill in hanging
their hammocks at the admiralty, says
a Paris letter to London Truth. The
bulk of the seamen are Normans and
Bretons, but the latter are much more
numerous. The Normans have Id mod modern
ern modern times grown lubberly. Under th
Plantagenets they were less rich,
soaked infinitely less cider brandy,
had no factories and were constantly
spurred to naval action by hostile Bre Bretons.
tons. Bretons. This kept up that spirit of hardy
seamanship which landed the Diep Diep-pois
pois Diep-pois In the time of the early Valois
in the Kongo and enabled them to
trade in cocoanuts and those elephant
tusks which their sculptors transform transformed
ed transformed into such beautifully carved objects
d'art. The seamanship of the Proven Provencals
cals Provencals was brought out by the piracies
of Algerlnes, Tunisians and Moors.
Bailli Suffren, who "skimmed" the
oceans in the eighteenth century of
East Indiamen and British merchant merchantmen,
men, merchantmen, was a Provencal. Whenever
England and France quarreled in the
Valois or Bourbon periods the Nor Normans
mans Normans went with a rush into piracy
and found in its heaps of money.
Deceptive Label.
A mother in a West End home afc
tended a concert, and when she re returned
turned returned she was met by the servant,
with: "Baby was very 111 while you
were out, ma'am."
"Oh, dear!" said the mother, "is he
"Oh, yes. he's all right now, but he
was bad at first."
"Yes, yes, and what did yoi do?"
"I found his medicine in the cup cupboard."
board." cupboard." "Good gracious," In extreme horror,
"What have you given him? There's
no medicine there."
"Oh, yes, there Is," smiled the serv servant
ant servant knowingly.
"And what did you give him? And
how did you know It was his medi medicine?"
cine?" medicine?" "'Cause It's written right on It,"
and the servant then produced a bot bottle
tle bottle labeled "Kid Reviver." Duluth
Holy Rood Day.
Holy Rood day was formerly a fes festival
tival festival for British schoolboys, who were
granted a holiday, without getting up
a strike, for the purpose of going nut nutting.
ting. nutting. At Eton the boys had to write
Latin verses about the fruitfulness of
autumn or the cold of the coming win winter
ter winter before they were allowed to gather
the nuts, which they had to share
with their masters. This anniversary
should Inspire the city corporation
and the London county council to re replant
plant replant the nut bushes in Epping forest
and the recovered remnant of Hai Hai-nault
nault Hai-nault forest, of which they have the
The hazel is supposed to have been
extirpated from the royal forest of
Waltham, to prevent the "tall deer"
being disturbed by nutting parties of
noisy apprentices from London. At
present there is only one nut bush in
Epping forest, and not even one in
comes from Dr. J. T. Curtiss, Dwight,
Kan. He writes: "I not only have
cured bad cases of eczema in my pa patients
tients patients -with Electric Bitters, but also
cured myself by them of the same
disease. I feel sure they will benefit
j any case of eczema," This shows what
i thousands have proved, that Electric
Bitters is a most effective blood
puriSer. Its an excellent remedy for
eczema. Tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, bo!l3
and running' sores. It stimulates liver.
; kidneys and bowels, expels poisons,
j helps digestion, builds up the strength.
I Price 50 cents. Satisfaction guaranteed
Iby Tydings & Co.

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Ocala Northern R. R-Co.

In Effect Sunday,
No. 10 Mixed
Leave Palatka '. 8 a. m.
Arrive ."..Ocala 12:20 p. m.
No. 17 Passenger
Leave Palatka 5:15 p. m.
Arrive Ocala 7:45p. m.
No. 15 FasHengrer
Leave Palatka 10.50 a. m.
Arrive Ocala 1:20 p. m.
Daily Except Sundays.
Connects at Ocala with Seaboard Air
Connects at Palatka with G. S. & P.,

I wish to announce to the public that I am operating
a first-class Livery, Sale and Feed Stable at my own barns,
on West Fort King Avenue, next block west of Theas Theas-Zachry
Zachry Theas-Zachry Company. I have first-claps buggy, saddle and car carriage
riage carriage horses, new and first-class buggies, carriages and
drummers' rigs. My drivers are careful, courteous and
know every road in the county.
I have some especially nice stock and rigs for town
driving, and I make a specialty of traveling men's business
and can please them. First-class service and moderate
prices guaranteed. Horses boarded by meal, day or month
J. D. McDUFFY, Liveryman

Phone No. 240

Rates Reasonable American and European Plan
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A Cure for Chronic Constipation. Torpid Liver
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Constipation la the most common disorder of the bowel. It,
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-women because their duties In tbe household require less physical
exercise than the occupations of men; therefore women suffer
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A constipated person Is an easy "victim when exposed to
serious disease Pneumonia, Typhoid Fever, Malaria, .Rheumatism.
Small Pox. Tellow Fever and Bright's Disease gather their annual
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Even though they escape these diseases, such persona are always
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March 10th, 1912
I No. 12 PaHccgrr
Leave .Ocala ...... ,7:30 a. m.
Arrive Palatka 10:10 a. m.
No. 14 Fasseaiffer
Leave Ocala .2:30 p. m
Arrive Palatka 4:50 p. m.
No. 18
Leave Ocala 1:30 p. m.
Arrive Palatka 5:50 p. m.
Line and Atlantic Coast Line.
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Ocala. Florida