The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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styles and; designs
'. in spring dress
The ladies of this section are cordially invited to
come in and look at the beautiful new Dress Goods
and Trimmings, of all the latest domestic and foreign
' .An Elcaant Line of Ladles' and Children's
ncc3yto-t7car Garments.
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The Cpiina line of Shoes and Hosiery Is
Now Complete.
Our Mr. Ben Kheinauer spent a month in the mar mar-kets
kets mar-kets and has surpassed all former, efforts in the va variety
riety variety aud loveliness of the goods bought for the
spring trade of 1912." ''"''"

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Mr. Sparkman' Speech, Explaining the Importance of the- Measure to the.

State and the- Entire Nation

it is seldom that a measure is put
through the House of Representatives
at Washington or any other legisla legislative
tive legislative body, for that matter,' without a
dissenting vote being1 cast. It is his history
tory history now that on March 19 the House
of Representatives passea, without a
dissenting vote the rivers Vnd harbors"
bill which was prepared by .--the. com committee
mittee committee of which Congressmafci Stephen
M. Sparkman of the first Florida dis-

trict, is chairman. As cTaairman he

had the greater part of the -burden of
making up the measure. It-wa$r en

tirely satisfactory to the House, as the
vote attested. Mr. Sparkman made an
address in support of the bill' which

shows his standing1 with the lovrcJ"
house of Congress. His address V as

printed in the Congressional Record is
herewith reproduced in full; it mkes

interesting reading;

fE take; greet pleasure in annonncing to
the people of Ocala and f vicinity, ihe
opeotng of oar ncdern Pbctograph Studio,
over the, Fisfcel ASon Depcrtiaeot Store?
AYfceri we will Ja the foiore be prepared to
do the finest work in onr line ever done in
;0ccIa.v;- r-'-v: -V
7e cordially 4nvite yon to call and in inspect
spect inspect onr work ahd splendid quarters, and
yea will be th6rocly convinced thai here
enly will yea get tt'qnality of work that
yea have so long ddir
' ,A visit td onr stadio will dispell all

his peace. We trust we are able to de defend
fend defend successfully every Item In this
bill, and invite the closest scrutiny of
any and all its provisions. (Applause).
Still another criticism of river and
harbor bills bas 4 Jbeen ) that -V small
streams and insignificant harbors axe
cared for" and inoneyi tm wisely spent
thereon. In the first tlaee, I want to
say that In none of the bills to which
I have referred have the amounts ap appropriated
propriated appropriated for such projects been
large, but in each case the" commerce,
to be benefited has amply Justified the
expenditure. There are purely intra intrastate
state intrastate rivers indeed, streams wholly
within a single eounty whlcb accom accommodate
modate accommodate commerce -originating on, or
near their banks and which is carried
on their waters to railroad terminals
or to the ocean and thence to other
states, and even to far-distant lands.
These are. as much interstate streams
and are as much entitled, under the
commerce clause of the constitution,
to federal aid and care as though they
traversed half "' a dozen or a f doaen
states. Then, too, in point of commer commercial
cial commercial Importance they compare favora favorably
bly favorably with many of these longer and
more pretentious streams. Some of
them, considering, the relative cost of

improvement, are even of more import

ance, carrying In proportion to the

money expended or. them many times
the commerce borne on the larger and

longer streams. .' i

There is yet another criticism; not

so often used nowadays, still occa

sionally suggested, that the states rep

resented on the committee are better

treated than those not so represented;
that the former get the larger amounts
of appropriations recommended by the
committee. The latter statement is

perhaps true, but if so it is because
their commercial importance Justifies
the consideration given them. There
are nineteen states directly represent represented
ed represented on this committee. These consti constitute
tute constitute a littel .more than one-third of
the states of the Union, but they have
at least three-fourths of our coast
line, more than three-fourths of the
harbors and mileage of the navigable
rivers, as also 90 per eent of the water water-borne
borne water-borne commerce of ithe country. So
that. If they receive more they are en entitled
titled entitled to more, and deserve all the at attention
tention attention given them.
The measure contains 261 items of
appropriation. Of these,. 102 are for
the continuation ot work on existing

projects, nftyrfeur for new projects
andrl05 for maintenance For the 102
existing projects the bill carries $20, $20,-588,000;
588,000; $20,-588,000; for the new, $4,477,070.60 and
for maintenance, only $1,197,450. I say
only $1,197,450, because, in my judg judgment,
ment, judgment, this is a small sum for that pur purpose,
pose, purpose, and makes a very creditable
showing. Indeed, It speaks eloquently
for the skill and ability, of the engi engineers
neers engineers under whose : direction the riv rivers
ers rivers and harbors of ; this country have
beenj improved, at an expenditure;- up
to the present time of more, than $627,- The engineering skill which



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$2,200,ot00, which we t have given. I
wish it distinctly 1 '.understood, howev however
er however and in sayings thl1 1 "but voice the
"sentiment of the entire committee
that in thus. reducing the amount rec recommended
ommended recommended for cohtriet authorization

we did not intend to abandon the plan

for the -completion of4this great work
within the time specified.

' :ln. fteclnr the amouat for each item,

whether; relating to' an existing or a
new project, the. committee has had in
mind the fact that only eight or nine

months wilt .elapse before another bill
will be presented and -enacted into law,
which must be done not later than the
4th of March. of next year, when addi

tional funds can and doubtless will be
provided, for each uncompleted project

or such as can not be completed with I during more than three-quarters of a

funds heretofore authorized. Then, too, I century could expend that large sum

projects not now considered, whether j of money on the improvement of the

bh-actfOnaht "of the necessity-for conser- I waterways of this oountry and ar'thet

yatism in the matter of appropriations I same time do their work so efficiently

or for other reasons, may be again I that only a little more than a million

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Of course we are honest and accu-

rate, or we could not conduct the suc-




goods at mis store you are amply pro-




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; The p?etscre bavfca
vczii:0. Oct i? perpefcidly gre, or shiae. Is a sinpl

cOr, by a slist expcilar tit cpr st?r.
T'qa'cccVp hot dayf without
ficccnicrt frcz: tzz cr dest.
Ctp tzzz will btX end tose that hinis vill scon break
C1 r;!r!3 clr:ply czzzz needless trestle and expense.
Crr7 C iI-'-D Cczs ere well cede, eiiLcr cf heavy ti? or
Cl rzVszz'.zzl crri-J. Get Cizz? bps tarty la the season
r a' r ":?r.o .IHl3i?iilwsipe Go.

Mr. Chairman: I hope not to con

sume all of the time that has been re

served for me, and I will ask that I presented to the committee and thru dollars is? necessary in the present bill
may proceed without interruption' un- it to Congress. to maintain all their xwork makes in-
til I have made the brief statement We have not considered favorably deed a creditable showing. Indeed, It
that I propose to make touching the all the projects that have been. here- evldeneea the fact that they have done
privisions in the bill, when I will be tofore submitted to Congress or to this their work wisely and well. (Ap-
glad to reply to any questions that committee. When we began the prep- plause).
members may wish to ask concerning aration of thiat bill we found some- .In addition to the projects before
the measure. thing like 135 'new projects awaiting Congress at the time this bill was pre-
The bill carries $26,22,520.50 in cash consideration by the committee and by pared, and for which provision has
and authorization, which is the smal- Congress, the whole aggregating some- not been made therein, there were
lest-aggregate of any similar measure thing like $65,000,000. Of this number something like 1SQ urveys still be-

brought into this House since that of we have only taken care or fifty-f our I fore the engineers upon which reports
1894. The bill of that 3'ear. as Intro- in the pending measure but the (had not been made. Some of these may
dueed, carried $9,431,689.56, but that amount Involved is much more than have come in since the Introduction of

of 1896, the largest up to that time in the aggregate "or those Teaming, l this measure, and sooner or later all J? 1 "L 1 j
the history of the country, reached the some eighty-five in number. That is of them will be in Congress, either CeSSlUl DUSlUeSS WO QO. JDUL 1 1 IS aS Veil
.nm o ni nnn umm then -nn thv to sav. while wa have considered fa- with or without favoraM remm-n- ;

V WKfVVV v A - v w - i T t -w i '

rapge in amounts all the way from vorably. only a little more than one-Idatlon. To those favorably reported j jfT 'VTVll TA kTIOW TllJIl WflPTI VOll lillV

$83,816,138, carried by the bill of 1907.lthird or the relatively recent projects I to Congress we, of course, would give I v J v v t w

the largest ever considered by this now before Congress, the amount rec-Jdue consideration and adopt or reject
body, down to $31,409,224, the aggre- ora mended to complete the fifty-four I them according to" their Individual

cr nf tvmt nr ioit I adonted constitutes nearlv two-thirds I merits, but In order to srive a. nrnlect i

The conservatism which resulted in of the whole. We have, for instance, la status before the Tlvers and harbors j 'f"Pft"fkjr
the small amount carried by this bill adopted projects the appropriations f or I corimittee It Is necessary for -It to I V'VyV

was made Advisable in th opinion of which, however, are small, amounting I come there with a favorable recom-

the committee, on account of treasury to something like $11,000,000, leaving I mendation from the engineer. This is I TPBS tdT9
conditions and a consequent desire to J only abqut $24,000,000 now before Con-j a rule of the-committee, not formally I Jl fiUS SMwfiT C li9

keeD the asgregate down to the low- gress yet to be considered. I adopted to he sure, but one sanctioned

providing adequate funds to carry on the bill we have been governed en- committee for several years. That ol- We USe all the latest meClianiCal COlltnvariCeS 111,5
the Various projects demanding atten- tlrely by the Urgency and relative, im- icy has met with some eritlcism by a Upa o' nrsiptil ''' imTylhliifv,':'' All YOTT ilCTd
tion until the next river and harbor portance of the projects considered few. and doubtless will be criticised UlaKe IIUHUiKeS d, praoiioai lillUSlUllllJf IJ. xJKJ.
. mm. 41. xm3ha1a S aw 1. 1 A. v aW t J . . m a 0 t f V iL

bill snail nave Deen enactea into law uum vue siajjomi u me vuiumcB, lagani, uui i mum a niuiiif iil a Tenec I trouble abOIlt IS ttie Selection OI yOUT PUrenaScS Willi
t-o o mao nncciMo 'Kir t-art ann nf Ipithpr. nre.wnt or nrosTjectlve. to be ao-lttoii will show Its w!sdom I - -'

aiiu .. i, mum. fsv0m' j wi m - m i m
the policy of annual bills Inaugurated commodated, and believe that we have The engineers who pass upon these I OUT modem appliances yOUf protection IS absolute Mia C0I3

two .years ago. t maue i?w, iv any, i.ti.B. ucriiu- i projeeia go hub auu investigate ine

Under that system it is In most cases lJr. I may assure this body that the I localities where a work is proposed.

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only necessary to appropriate an! committee nas endeavored to select i not only with a view of determining

amount sufficient to maintain the i wisely, intending, of course, to give i its advisability but for the purpose of

work, in case of maintenance, or to I further consideration to the projects I making estimates as "to the cost of

prosecute a project under way for a omitted from the present measure In I the projeet, While they are on the

yeac Sometimes, as in the. present in I h preparation of the next bilL In I ground they must necessarily familiar-

stance, only for a period of eight or the consideration of this, as in those lize themselves with conditions there.

nine menths. At the same time it en- which have preceded It, he eoramitf I including the commercial advantages

ables the engineers the better to es- tee on rivers and harbors have treated likely to accrue from the adoption and J TO Cano Finrimi Haldork TnTillV Fish Flaked. Ffeh i C" JL

timoto tio amnii-nt -nonaBaarv tn nrnte. eacn maiviQuai nrojeci aiooe U3)on us line pomnietion nr tne nrnipit. ann I : . ..

cute the work on a project for the en- merits without regard to seetion, lo- I hence become well qualified to pass j Roe, Herniief Koe, AnCllOVie, Ulaill UUOWder. UmE3 :

suing year to turuisn v satre guiae a"Ji vm.v. -i --t v j umi ouviso.uimj vn. uumg a. gifcu rt tx i j ri O 1 ni g
to the eammittee in the consideration And right here u may not be im- piece of work. SteFS. Shrimp, DeVllea . iraDS," '--oalmOI! QteaK, tlwD i w

of a bilL Such estimates were made proper to advert to criticisms leveled Mr. Garret: Mr. Chairman, will the -pD p' . pasti Rlftfltpt Pnftti Gnr 3 TC
by the engineers and were followed at the rivers and harbors committee gentleman from Florida yield? I KUSSian UaViar, ATlCnOVy raSie, lilOai-ei raSl, AJOC v-f

by the committee in the preparation and at Congress, not so frequently oft The Chairman: Does the gentleman j pflQ Ch?Dg' Eftc
.T,,iir. c-,,o. 4,i- aiivino latf. however, as in years crone bv. 1 vlld to th Fpntloman from Tmns. I uia,w Ir

j a xi ciiuiii i r.t-o u 4 oi mv. 4 -. ji v. 1 - 1 c

beins" freely sought wherever doubts that these bills are porK-Darrei meas-iseeT

arose in theminds of the committee ures; that the log-rolling element en- Mr. Sparkman: Would the gentleman
during Its deliberations. In only a few ters into their consideration. This mind waiting for a while? I would
instances have the recommendations charge; whenever or wherever made, prefer, to finish my statement, then I

for cash appropriations made by the 1 is strictly unjust and without founda-twill be glad to yield,
engineers been increased. In these tion. No project has ever been a&ept- j Mr. Garrett: Very well.

fw .n the fnrrM!A was Tnafl t,cc ed within the range ot Ey. experience! Mr. Sparkman: Then, again, Mr.

essary on account of changed condi-I and observation as a member of the J Chairman, if we were once to aban
tions. the committee ascertaining that I rivers hd harbors committee, cover- I don this rule, which I admit is an ar

for one cause or another the estimates ing a period of sixteen years, for anylbitpary one if we once got away
as furnished by the engineers; were other reason than that of the commer- from It, I fear that the criticism to
too small. Among these few are the cial advantages to accrue to. the eoun- which I referred a moment ago that

Delaware river below Philadelphia; try by the doing of the work called J the river and harbor bill Is a pork

St John river. Florida, and Winvah for In the project eonsiaerea. tAp- 1 Darret measure couia De roaae witn

Bay. S. C. But we have not in any 1 plause). Mr. Chairman, during this J some show of justice, as we would

case exceeded the cash estimates and time we have provided for hundreds of I then likely be overwhelmed with all
authorizations combined where con-j projects, involving an expenditure 'of I kinds of projects, and without some

tinuing contracts were recommended. $323,000,000 and ranging all the way I safe rule to guide us might be the vie

of which there are quite a number in I from those ot greater magnitude, likeltlm of combinations, which would de-

the book of estimates- (the har&ors of New York and Boston Istroy or make difficult this class of

It will be seen, however, that there I and long stretches of river like the I legislation. So it seems to me that

is only one provided for in this bill, Mississippi and the Ohio, to, small for the present at least we must ad

and that is for the Ohio river. It was streams and less pretentious harbors; I here to that rule.

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Here you will find a few Specials for Lena :
Brick Codfish Smoked Halibut, Pickled Salmon,; Fr

Mackerel ldc and 20c, Bappered Herring, Herring in Tc:

O. IK. TeapoH "Gn

Two Phones. 16 and 174 Csct'CZi

ill's Special Closing Out Ssr'

One fT5 SoUd Makecaay 4-pieee Parler Set, UhUtere4 la

Lode CuMb sllxhtly sued, alaect Ulce iww, aly
Oae f5 Solid Leather "Karem" stake Parle r Of3e Rker. ,

Oae 940 six-hole Steel lUmsc, a-od eoadltloa, awea, mlr
Oae $15 Hall Tree, almoat like mw, aly

Oae 18x30 Beveled Freaeh Plate Mirror, fraakea

Whether we can j Oae 9 IS Oak K-d rawer Cfclffoaler, like ew . .


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aeciarea in xne dih oi wnen xne i -" i use av ueary z-uea jmmii waite ura bm, meewmm mmmm. ..-..--

nine-foot project for. the Ohio river 1 tnount fias Deen tne commerce to Deiwnetner we can aevise some otner or . (tii ..v Ar4 u-jl. ., mmmA i .;.X1

ment should be completed in twelve (or authorized. If. incidentally, mem- I before our committee in the prepara- j 95J valae, year ekelee

rrc mMTitmr a t nndrtnnii. that bers -were oleased er eonstituencies I tion of river ana harbor Dins, remams sew Has. 3x73 Mm. 94.75 volae, rwr ehoiee. .......


at least the appropriations for its t gratltied, so muen tne netter; out I to oe seen.

comnletion should all be made within (thes considerations did not, and have! Among the projects which .we have

that time and although the engineers not. influenced us in the adoption of j inserted and provided for in this bill

had recommended for this bill a cash j projects or in determining the amounts i are the Missouri river below Kansas

appropriation of S3.200.000. they fur- appropriated therefor, t-et me further! City at a cost when completed of S20.-

ther suggested an authorization of i say, Mr. Chairman, that we have done 1000,000; the Tennessee river, to cost

$3,300,000. But after-consultation the the best we could m- the selection of $6,700,000; the inland waterway from

committee found that, without any! the items which have gone into this I Norfolk. Va., to Beaufort Inlet, N. CL,

detriment to the work or the plan for bill and In fixing the amounts appro-I to cost $5,400,000; Sabine Pass, Tex.,

its completion within the time fixed In priated or authorized, and If there is J $2,000,000; and the construction of a

the act of 1910, they could easily get I anyone who sees, or thinks he sees. I large new iock ra tne tat. Marys river

alonsr with an authorization. In addi-1 ground for criticism now Is the time

tion to the cash recommendation, of I to raise his voice or else hereafter how I tvontmuea on becona .rage)

New Raav, 9X59 grade for WZJZOf 91.75 evade for .......
Oae White Sewlas Maeklae, dree Mead, ased bit eeleaMUd

Oae Deaieatle Sewiar Maeklae. aed, eat like

Otkcr auieklaea la a-oed werklaa; order treat C3

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-iLLirrs X7crsa: for
, Z- Zlzt cles much 'of It space to-
iy t9 CccremaJl Sparkman's speech
en th rtrer and : harbor bill, and 'can
C--rcztta ; ttAt It will well repay
.percx.1' by," anyone Interested to pub-
Jt fa not tne ; Star's policy to take
c! "ea in a contest between democrats.
It ciaaot refrain ;v from saying, how how-ever,
ever, how-ever, that if onr people do not return
llr, Cparkman to Congress, they will
&trnd greatly In their '- own II ght as
well as hnrt the democratic party Jn
national-;. affairs. '"" :.f
" Ey Tlrtne of his hard work and long:
: serrlce.'Mr.Sparkman has won fn the
councils of the nation a place- that
STires weight and honpr to Florida In
public and party affairs. To remove
him from this placer and send to Con Con--
- Con-- cress Instead a man who could not at attain
tain attain it in years, would show a lack of
common sense as well as patriotism.
, llr. Phillips charg-es against Mr.
Cparkman have been widely circulated,
this' paper, among- others, giving- them
space. : :They speak for themselves and
say very little, even if true that; will
weigh In the balance against. Mr.
Cparkman's work for his coim try and
state. r:'
-When over, and over, again new-
comers drop Into our office and tell us,
" 'Reading, your paper Influenced us to
come here or Tour special edition
brought me here,' ve feel that we are
1 doing something towards the upbuild upbuilding
ing upbuilding of our town and section, ajid are
encouraged to go on with our work."
Liakeland News.
It Is the faith of the publishers of
the Star in the value of this kind of
advertising that led them to embark
in the difficult task of getting out a
special illustrated edition of this pa pa-.
. pa-. wr: and which we will issue in the
next f ew-weeks. ' '".
Just now Florida is attracting more
1 attention than any other single state
i In the : American Union and the eyes
of more prospective- home seekers
pleasure seekers and capitalists are
-turned this way. An enormous Bum
' ber of this special Industrial edition of
the etar will be circulated among
these that Ocaia and Marlon county
. may not be overlooked by them.
This edition will give a clear Idea
of the. ad vantages offered by this city
and county, as a place of permanent
Every business enterprise and in in-'f
'f in-'f dustry In Ocala and Marlon county
should be represented In the edition,
and every progressive citizen, it Is
confidently- expected, will lend every
assistance to make this the most note noteworthy,
worthy, noteworthy, publication of its kind In re--.
cent years. .
It will mean the finest boost that
- Ocala and Marion county have had in
Tecent yeaTs, and is worthy of the
liberal cooperation of every business
man and industrial leader whose inter interests
ests interests center in this well favored section.".---
Woodrow "Wilson evidently isn't able
to furnish supplements 'to all the
newspapers in the United States. He
was in Washington yesterday on his
way west and spent several hours con conferring
ferring conferring -'with his political managers,
senators and House members. V;
"Our campaign Js one of depending
on friends and their brains," said Wil Wilson.
son. Wilson. We have no money. Our 'cam 'campaign
paign 'campaign has been bankrupt four times,
including the nresent. It is to; confer
with my. friends in the two houses of
Congress -that I am here."
" Starvation threatens the flood re re-:
: re-: fugees throughout the .Inundated Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi valley. Reports from up the
river state that over ten thousand are
homeless while ; the steady encroach encroachment,
ment, encroachment, of the flood and the threatened
- destruction of the levees is causing
the army of sufferers to Increase hour?
ly. S'-. J : ;.,'..:::-,v,v
N. M."Tunn of vlee county, Ala., was

re-nomlnated for county treasurer at erclse a greater degree of control over
the recent prmary. While he was in railroads than has heretofore been ex ex-Opellka.'
Opellka.' ex-Opellka.' to receive the returns, his ercised in the United States; and this,

bome was burned and the entire fam
ily perished In the flames.
Ison Taliaferro, a 30-year-old negro,
escaped lynching at Elkton, Ky., only
through 4he pleading of George W.
Robinson, upon whose wife the negro
is alleged to $ave attempted an as-
sault. Robjnson, a' prominent Todd
LJlIJged to tak
begged that the law be
take its course, and the ne
gro was rushed to the county jail for
' safe-keeping.
People from all over Tennessee yes-
- terday paid their final tribute to the
' memory of Senator Robert Love Tay-
lor. : Through the ; somber shadowed
hall of the house in the state capitol
building in Nashville thousands, walk,
'ed slowly past the body of : the dead
' senator. Nashville suspended all bus business,
iness, business, c The capitol ; citjr gave itself
over to providing for the thousands of
- Tennesseeans who came -to witness the
ceremonies in final -honorof the man
who three times was Tennessee's gov governor
ernor governor and later a senator. Today the
funeral services will be held.ln Knox Knox-ville.
ville. Knox-ville. where the late senator will be
i burled. :;'rii.v.'-;-;':-';-'-
r It Isn't proper or possible to hang a
woman, but the evidence against Mrs.
Zee Runge McRee, who was acquitted
ty a Louisiana Jury the other day,
would have sent a man to the gallows
'or the electric chair. :
Calbralth v P- Rodgers, the noted
aviator, who has just met his death at
Long Beach.,. Calif., was killed within
SOfr'feet of the place where he landed
on ; completion of v his cross-continent
'flight December : 10, 1911. Rodgers'
death -makes 127 aeroplane fatalities
since, aria tl on. began- He is the4 twen twen-tyrsecond
tyrsecond twen-tyrsecond American aviator to be kill killed.
ed. killed. : - i
William Jennings Bryan Is booked to
make a itpeech at Sanford some time
-' between the 24th and SOth. .-
: The weather bureau ;. predicts that
the 'Mississippi will continue to Tise
until May 1st. If it does, at the pres pres-ent
ent pres-ent rate, the country between' the Al Al-leghanies
leghanies Al-leghanies and the Rockies will be a
;iave.:- 'M,
v Speaker, Champ Clark has withdrawn
"lis name, from the official ballot in the
riary election In "New Jersey 'to
-jzzx ialesates to the democratic na--T
ienvention Mr. Clark does" iot' for his action, but it
:!sved hlj raofv was taken as a
-'-t to Cevernor Wilson.

at the falls at a cost' of f 3,300.009. Al Although
though Although these sums are large it is hoped
that each of ;the projects may W com completed
pleted completed iwithin a reasonable time, for
while I the existing commerce on some
ot these .waterways is small at present
as compared with that on.a'few other
streams in this country. It Is believed
that their completion In accordance
with t he projects adopted will result
Immediately In a large commerce upon
each of them and that "benefits entire

ly commensurate -with the outlay win
result i-to the country at large.: The
resources of the areas contiguous to ''
these waterways and the -- rapid; de-
velopment of the ; sections through
which they, run seem to ; Justify this
expectation, f : i-'.'--.
The project for the further improve improvement
ment improvement of the falls In St. Marys rrver
may be said to stand in a class by It Itself,
self, Itself, it. being one of the most Import Important
ant Important arteries of commerce In the whole
country. It already, accommodates, a
large freight tonnage. .For the year
Ifll the commercial statistics furnish furnished
ed furnished -by the engineers show a total of
62,363,218 tons -going over this river,
an increase of 30,817,112 tons since
1904, and; from all appearances this
tonnage will continue to increase as
rapidly for several years to come.
The great industrial interests de depending
pending depending npon this enormous commerce
and the damage that would result from
any seTlous delay in its passage to
points of destination made the com committee
mittee committee unwilling to takfr any chances
of freight congestion at these falls
which ample lock facilities might pre-;
vent. Hence, it was thought best to
provide in this bill for the construc
tion of another large lock alongside
of the- one now being built, and to
wait Until this lock is completed be
fore beginning he enlargement of the
Poe lock, as .suggested by some of the
engineers. The committee was In
fluenced In the course taken in the
present bill and to construct the larg
er lock by the chief of engineers, who
not only recommended, this course in
his report to Congress,, but adhered to
the same in; an interview had with
him -by the committee on rivers and
harbors, he being of the opinion that
the building of the new lock is much
the wiser course,
It will be seen that the bill con contains
tains contains quite a number of items where
projects have been adopted, subject
to conditions set forth in the reports
of the engineers recommending such
projects. These recommendations
usually take the shape of local par participation;
ticipation; participation; that is, that the localities
or parties Immediately Interested con contribute
tribute contribute something, toward the prose prosecution
cution prosecution of the Improvement. Occasion
ally the recommendation is that the
right of way, where such Is desired,
be furnished, or that terminal facili
ties to a given extent be afforded. The
proportions thus recommended to be
contributed by localities range all the
way from one -fifth .to one-half of the
amount estimated to complete the
projects; respectively, and -are based
on- advantages especially accruing
either to individuals or to the local localities
ities localities where the commerce is more local
than general. :
"In -this connection I wish to call at-
tention to provisions in the bill ex extending,
tending, extending, the scope of the investiga investigations
tions investigations heretofore required of the en engineers
gineers engineers in preliminary and other ex examinations
aminations examinations and the reports thereon.
Among thesf. i are inquiries into both
private and jubllc .terminals transfer
and dock facilities Vcontinguous, to the
waterways of harbors to be 'improved.
This is a subject r the1', importance of
which cannot be overrated. One .of the
most serious handicaps to watertrans watertrans-portation
portation watertrans-portation heretofore existing has been
the lack of dock facilities within the
reach of everyone and at reasonable
rates to all desiring to use the water waterway
way waterway in question. The tendency had
been for, many years toward the own ownership
ership ownership and control of such facilities" by
railroads,, or by them and steamship
companies acting in. conjunction, a
practice not -conducive to competition
in freight carriage or to the "cheap
handling of freight. The result has
been In many Instances to almost de destroy
stroy destroy transportation by water.-asit is
impossible, for private enterprise to
compete, in the face of such draw drawbacks,
backs, drawbacks, with railroad transportation or
combinations of railroads and steam steamship
ship steamship lines. ; This is a condition which
does not exist in European countries,
las -the various governments abroad ex-
I may say, furnishes an important
reason, if not the chief one, for the
gTeater use of the waterways of
Europe than is made of those in this
country. A change, however, is now
taking place here. But while many
communities, Including several of the
larger cities, have
awakened to the
importance of freeing commerce from
this handicap, by municipal or other
public ownership or control of dock
and terminal facilities, much remains
to be done. Legislation to remedy this
will, perhaps, be necessary, but, before
undertaking, much information not
now in the possession .of Congress is
needed, and it is the purpose of the
provision to which I have just referr referred
ed referred to furnish the information.
The plan adopted in this and in the
two preceding bills of fixing a time
limit for the completion of some of
the larger projects should be com commended.
mended. commended. The spasmodic, haphazard
way In which work had been carried
on before by reason of insufficient ap appropriations
propriations appropriations caused parties inclined to
use waterways to hesitate in making
the necessary arrangements, as there
could be no certainty as to "when the
improvement would be finished and the
waterway in a condition for use. "Such
a provision in a measure commits Con Congress
gress Congress to the plan and practically in insures
sures insures continuance of the appropria appropriations
tions appropriations necessary for its completion
within the time limit. Of course no
one Congress can in this way irrevoc irrevocably
ably irrevocably commit another to a given plan in
the matter of waterway Improvement,
but the tendency Is In that direction,
and I have no doubt but that in each
case Congress will continue the appro appropriations
priations appropriations from year to year until the
projects so undertaken are completed.
Indeed, acting in response to a strong
public sentiment In that direction, I
feel confident that Congress will fur furnish
nish furnish the 'money necessary to complete
all the projects now under way and in
sight, whether large or small, as early
as Is practicable and without the dis discouraging
couraging discouraging delays which have hereto heretofore
fore heretofore retarded the growth and develop development
ment development of the commerce depending upon
waterway and harbor Improvement,
There Is one important project
adopted in the present bill with & time
limit of ten years for Its completion
that for the Missouri river below
Kansas City. It' Is proper, however, to
add that the hills of 1910 and 1911
carried; amounts for this stretch of
the river aggregating $1,600,000, which
have been used or will be expended in
the completion of that project, so that
with the sums provided in this bill
there only remains the original amount


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$18,400,000 to
be provided in future
Mr. Chairman, I have not-covered
all the provisions of this bill and the
limited time at my disposal will not
permit we to do so, but I wish to ask
the Indulgence of the House a little
This Is one of the most important
measures that has been brought or
will be introduced into the House dur during
ing during the present session. This the peo people
ple people understand, and there is through
out the country today a greater in interest
terest interest manifested In rfavor of river and
harbor improvement than ever before
In our history. They have found that
the railroads are unable to do all the
carrying business of the country; they
have seen that, although the develop development
ment development of these transportation agencies
has gone on until, their trackage
reaches 240,000 miles, with the very
best equipment In the world, with all
that trackage and this superior equip equipment
ment equipment they are unable to do the busi business
ness business required of them, except In fav favored
ored favored localities. (Applause).
The people, accustomed for nearly
three-quarters of a century to Tely
upon the railroads, have found them
falling below the demands made upon
the transportation energy of the coun country,
try, country, and that if the development of
ur resources Is to go on and our sur surplus
plus surplus products distributed to the con consuming
suming consuming populations of this and other
countries, our harbors must be deep deepened,
ened, deepened, our rivers further improved, and
canals constructed wherever such may
be made to serve a useful purpose;
and there are several such places ;
throughout the country localities
where comparatively narrow stretches
of land may be traversed and navigable-waters,
either of lake and Tiver or
ocean and gulf connected. The neces necessity
sity necessity of this class of improvement was
never so great as now, because the de development
velopment development of our resources was never
so pronounced as at this time. There
is scarcely a locality, north, south, east
or west, that is not feeling the touch
of this spirit of development and pro progress.
gress. progress. Lands hotherto lying idle, lo localities
calities localities heretofore neglected,- resources
up to this time disregarded, are now
being developed, so that all our trans transportation
portation transportation facilities wagon and Tail Tail-road,
road, Tail-road, river and harbor, supplemented
by. artificial waterways will soon be
required, indeed, are now demanded.
Mr. Chairman, we hear much of tariff
and 'other forms of taxation, and they
are a necessity else government, na national,
tional, national, state, county and municipal
cannot go on. The tax burdens for
these purposes are heavy, but not
nearly so great as the transportation
tax by wagon, rail and water In the
United States. These, it Is estimated,
are more than two and one-half times
greater than the former. The. people
are taxed, so it is said. $2,000,000,000 a
year to support the various govern governmental
mental governmental agencies federal, state, county
and municipal and more than $5,000. $5,000.-000,000
000,000 $5,000.-000,000 for transportation by the three
methods just mentioned wagon, rail
and water so that there Is no great greater
er greater problem confronting the American
people today than that of transporta transportation,
tion, transportation, and into the settling of this prob problem
lem problem two things at least enter efficien efficiency
cy efficiency and cost. The people are interested
in both. Efficiency, because on that
depends safety and dispatch in the
transportation of person and property.
Cost, because on the transportation
charges depend largely the profits of
him who uses the transportation facil facilities.
ities. facilities. Improved waterways not only
add materially to these facilities, but
they are great regulators of freight
and pasesnger rates, of which all the
people receive the benefit, some more
than others, perhaps, but each and all
reap s, to' a certain degree, directly or
indirectly, a benefit from the lowering
of rates by the increase of water
transportation facilities. ,Hence, I re repeat:
peat: repeat: There is not a more important
measure claiming the attention of this
body than the rivers and harbors bill.
Having for its purpose the develop development
ment development of our numerous harbors and the
improvement of the 25,000 miles of
navigable waterways now being used,
together with the 25,000 more miles
of rivers that may be easily made nav navigable,
igable, navigable, and all to the end that ample
transportation facilities may be fur furnished
nished furnished to the people in so far as these
can be furnished by this class of de development,
velopment, development, its importance cannot be
Mr. Chairman. I said this is a most
important -measure, and it is. But it
is more. It Is also the most popular
of any introduced or that will be in introduced
troduced introduced into this House. The people,
of course, recognize that the great
supply bills for the carrying on of the
government must be passed. They
tolerate the naval appropriation bill,
which provides for the battleships
those powerful engines of destruction
and the military appropriation bill,
which keeps up the army to a stand standard
ard standard of efficiency, because, forsooth,
some time in the future they may be
needed for Darwses of defense. War
may come, an enemy may menace, yet
these are happily uncertain and, we
hope. remote possibilities. But we
know that the development of our re
sources 1s going on, that our commerce
is increasing, and that the necessity
is ever present for transportation fa facilities
cilities facilities to accommodate Its growth and
development. Wars we would prevent,
but commercial growth we would en encourage.
courage. encourage. The one brings prosperity
and happiness, the other sorrow and
adversity. All this the people under understand;
stand; understand; hence the popularity of this
class of legislation, and they will
brook no delay nor tolerate any back backward
ward backward step along that. line. And, let me
say, no one will reflect the wishes of
his constituents by opposition to a
measure fraught with the possibilities
for good with which these measures
are laden. And. 'Mr. Chairman, we are
making commendable headway. Only

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The officers and directors of the
Munroe & Chambliss Bank in Ocala
know that men of good business judg judgment
ment judgment and conservative ideas appre appreciate
ciate appreciate the sound, progressive bank con conducted
ducted conducted along safe and strictly busi business
ness business lines; that this bank's growth
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ar few years ten or fifteen at most-
will be necessary at the present rate
of progress to do all the river and
harbor work now in sight. The last
three bills,' including the present,
averaged about $38,000,000. But supr
pose we should for the next decade
and a half average a smaller sum than
this thirty or thirty-five millions, for
instance even then one can readily
see that nearly a half billion dollars
will have been appropriated by Con
gress. Add to that the sum or nearly
$700,000,000 which has been appro appropriated
priated appropriated since the federal government
took charge of the river and harbor
work, and we get an aggregate of
nearly $1,2000,000,000, an amount
greater than that aggregated by any
other government in the civilized
world. No country in Europe or else elsewhere
where elsewhere will have done so much, and
none will have .a greater mileage of
first-class harbors than ours. (Ap (Applause).
plause). (Applause). T
The amount above suggested will be
sufficient to complete not only the Im Improvements
provements Improvements in the Mississippi river
and its tributaries,- embracing 'pro 'projects
jects 'projects amounting; to hundreds 1 of mill millions
ions millions of dollars, but the amount will be
sufficient to take care of all the pro projects
jects projects now in sight, including the intra intra-coastal
coastal intra-coastal waterways, or such of them as
Congress may see proper to adopt.
The Chairman: The time of the
gentleman has expired.
Mr. Lawrence:". Does the gentleman
desire more time?
Mr. Sparkraan". Four or five min minutes.
utes. minutes.
Mr. Lawrence: I will yield five min minutes
utes minutes more to the gentleman from Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. v
Mr. Sparkman: Now, Mr. Chairman,
we have spent at least two and a half
months n the preparation of this bill
We have had numerous hearings by
persons representing different sections
of the country, including boards of
trade, some coming even from the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific coast. To them we have accord accorded
ed accorded patient hearings, and have given to
this bill the' most careful consideration
possible. We therefore hope and be believe
lieve believe we have presented a measure that
will not only meet with the approval
of thi3 house, but that of the coun country
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Subject: Modern Orators.
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Selection, "On Conciliation with Am America"
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Essay, "Early American Orators"
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Essay, "William Jennings Bryan"
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Affirmative. Mamie Sheppard and
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The judges, Mary Sanders, Robert
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After the reports of the critics, toere
being no further business to come be before
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to meet April 12, 1912.
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To the Democratic "Voters of Marion
County: i hereby announce myself a
candidate for representative, from this
county to the next legislature, and so
licit the support of the voters, prom
ising. If elected, to represent the peo people
ple people In all measures looking to their
welfare. Edwin Spencer, Jr.
To the Democratic Voters ot Mar Mar-ton
ton Mar-ton 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 will appreciate
your support Respectfully, ,"
W. J. Crosby.
Cltra, Fla., Feb. 28.
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 ; o
Trusting that my record has been
such, that It will warrant your sup support
port support In the future, I am, '
Yours very respectf ully,"
- f f:; John P. Galloway.
Td the Democratic 'Voters of Marlon
County: ,1 hereby announce myself as
a candidate for the : of flee of county
Judge of Marion county, subject to the
democratic primary to be held on the
30th day. of April, and In so doing I am
not. unmindful of the fact that -1 am
personally unknown to tnanyTof the
voters of the county, 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
no influential or wealthy friends or
relatives on whom to rely for support
In furthering -. my: candidacy, but rely
entirely on the wishes of the people as
expressed at. the pells, should they see
fit to honor me with the office, I shall
endeavor to fully compensate by faith faithful
ful faithful attention to the duties of the of
fice. -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 success 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 those Who see fit to support
mo of my sincere appreciation.
Respectfully" submitted,
Win. M. Gober.
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. j W. E. Smith.
To the Democratic Voters of Marlon
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
my 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. Sis trunk.
I respectfully state to the people of
this county that I am a candidate for
the nomination for clerk of the circuit
court in the coming primary and
solicit their support.. P. H. Nugent.
my friends who supported me in
the campaign of two years ago, I ex extend
tend extend thanks, and with the best of feel feeling
ing feeling toward those who expressed their
preference otherwise. I aga'n respect respectfully
fully respectfully present my name to you as a can candidate
didate candidate for the office of tax assessor for
Marion county. '"'
My record for the past twenty-eight

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I assure jrou that It will be t.vly c-
predated, and ; know that r you X. I
never have .cause to regret IL ;
; It would afford me great pleasura O
make a personal canvass -- and xzz' T
you in your homes, but time anl adv
forbid, therefore will leave my elxlu Li"
your hands f oil your worthy coas:irr -"
tion.' . -
An 1 ask of you is to bo clva a
chance, and I will prova to you tact ll
does not require years ot experience t
become a rood assessor. It Is uatxlr tr
measure my xorn In 'soma othors hall hall-bushel,
bushel, hall-bushel, besides a new broom does awsr
mighty clean. -. James R. Moorhead.
I am a candidate tor re-election, be- -lievlng
the. people of. Marlon county
know that no matter what a man's
ability may be, it will require year tt
experience to make him a. good asses- -sor,
and I am sure that you nevtr
voted for a man in your life who ap--predated
your support more highly or
tried harder to deserve it.
Alfred Ayer.
To the Democratic Voters of Mar Marion
ion Marion .County: I a hereby announce my myself
self myself a candidate for re-election to the
office of tax collector of Marion coun county,
ty, county, and I promise. If elected, to con-
tlnue to discharge the duties of said
office to the best of my ability.
Appreciating past favors and solicit-.;
ing your support In' the approaching
primary, I am. Yours very truly,
... W. I Colbert
To the White 'Democratic Voters Cf
Marion County, Fla.: I hereby annci"
my candidacy for're-electlon to tfca CV
fice of county treasurer. - -.
Haying been appointed by the trov-'
ernor on recommendation of -the derao ".
cratic executive committee to fin out
Mr." Pasteur's term of 'office;' nave
given the office my, closest personal at-'
tention In order to save the eounty' All
interest possible, and I will appreciate
an endorsement of my past record by
the people ot Marlon county.
; Very respectfully,
' : !, : John M Graham.
I hereby announce myself a candi candidate
date candidate for the office of treasurer of Ma Marlon
rlon Marlon county subject to the rules of the
democratic party, and ask my fritas
for their support. Respectfully. --
Ocala, Fla T C: Ml Livingston.
T. .A. COBB '. ;
I. have decided to -become a candi candidate
date candidate for the office of county treasurer
of Marlon-county, and I ask the su p p-port
port p-port 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"
half of the sum the office pays, what-
ever that amount may be, to the board
of publlo instruction of the county, to
be used in the schools of the county. I -feel
that I am in every way qualified r
to fulfill the duties of the office..
Ocala, Fla. T. A. Cobb.
To the democratic electors In the
approaching primary election: I tffl
candidate for nomination for a second
term as superintendent of public In In-struction
struction In-struction for Marion county. : v
I shall be glad to discuss freely' any
feature of the administration ot the
office with any person at any time or
place. ;' v'
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-
v Very respectfully yours.
-. J. H. Brfnson.
p. wilson; green
I am a candidate for county superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of public ... instruction, subject
to the democratic primer lea.
I am a graduate of Transylvania
I have taught successfully for twen twenty
ty twenty years In Marlon county.
, 1 am confident I can improve the
supervision of our county schools.
If you think so, vote for me.
J.-'- P. Wilson Green.
I respectfully announce myself for
re-election to the office of county sur surveyor
veyor surveyor 'for Marion county, subject to
the action of the democratic primaries
of April 30. -W. A. Moorhead.
To the Democratic Voters of Marlon".
County, Florida:--; I hereby aaneunee
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 112. and respectful-,
ly solicit the support of the people ef
Marlon county. Tours truly,
' -R W. Ferguson. :
Your druggist will refund .' BOt&?XZ
PAZO OEMTMENT fails to cure : z7
case of Itching, Blind, Dlssdir? or
trading Piles In I t H ti


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.v.- Her Is a dime. Save 1L Not slarge amount, you -ay? No," you're
riht, yet It 'represent ten per' cent Interest on one dollar for a year. Ifs
"the little things that count In this life. History telle uy that ; the Duke i of
Wellington attributes thejTlciory of the Allies at Waterloo to the closing; of
the Hugomont Castle gates by James McDowell and John Graham. It was a
small, thins. Bat the results hare been marvelous as we look, back; over the :
Intervening years, Philip D. Armour knew the value of little things. They
say he packed every thing;. but the last -breath' of :"a hog utilising the waste tn
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 ,r 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 on rich ground brings forth
an abundant harvest. Then save the DIME! Watch It grow.


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All Old Building
Consisting of
Doors, Frames,
Sash, Blinds and
all inside Trim
Going Cheap
While It Lasts.

Jo F,


" The council has Instructed the po police
lice police department to enforce the auto-
' mobile ordinance.' : This ordinance re requires
quires requires drivers to blow their horns or
whistles when crossing a street or
rounding .-av' corner." The maximum
. speed is fifteen miles an hour.
R. L. Carter, City Marshal
If you are troubled with any kid kidney,
ney, kidney, bladder or rheumatic trouble, you
will find sixty days treatment in a
dollar bottle of Hall's Texas Wonder,
and seldom one bottle fails to cure..
Send for testimonials. Dr. E. W, Hall,
2J28 Olive street. 8t, Louis. Mo. SoM
by all druggists. . V
We have Just Tecelved 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. Tydlngs & Co.
The Baptist Sewing Circle will hold
a sale all day Friday, April 5th. at the
band stand In the court house yard,
of linens, waist fronts. : fancy articles
suitable for gifts, also cakes, candy
and Easter eggs. Orders for cakes
and eggs will be appreciated and re receive
ceive receive special attention. ?
All eld building material, consisting
of doors, frames, sash, blinds and all
Inside trim, arotnar cheap while It lasts.
. - Old Moatesnmn Hotel.
Notice is hereby given that the
board of county commissioners will at
its regular meeting, May 7th, at noon.
1JH2, receive bids for opening the
right of way. and building the publle
road from Daisy to Fort McCoy.
8. T.' Slstrunk, Clerk.
"A good, well Improved farm, with
beautiful orange grove In bearing;
good dwelling and out buildings, fenc fencing,
ing, fencing, etc.; 'close to railroad, twelve
miles west of Ocala. Will sell cheap
or will exchange for improved .Ocala
property. Apply, to Rev. Z. A. Crump
. ton, Jo. 87 Daugherty St., Ocala.
The. Hart Line steamers will leave
Silver Springs at 2 o'clock every
day except r Monday. Tickets and
reservations at the office of Mr. W. W,
Condon. .. .
Judsre S. B. -Brewton. -mayor of
Jllnesvllle, Ga. drlved such splendid
: results from the use of Foley Kidney
Pills that he wants others to know
about It. ; He writes, "I have used Fo Foley
ley Foley Kidney Pills and feel that I have
obtained great benefit from them and
I heartily recommend them to any
party suffering from kidney troubles.'
Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
P. O. DOX 4
: Fcncrcl Directors
R:2' Ccrtcts end Burial Robes
D. C iriVCa. FnnersI Director
11 C7cr!x Ici:e by Licensed Em-
- t-T zn jcra FcUjr Gnanmtecd.
TirtMa: IX EL ilclver. 104: Sam
LrV tl rr-zrtaklaat Office. 47.


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" The Ocala Choral Club composed of
Ocala's best sjngers, will give its first
concert at the Temple Theater Thurs
day, April 11th. In this concert will
appear Mr. Milo Deyo, one of the most
celebrated pianists of the world. Note
what some of the critics have to say
of this wonderful pianist: :
Is a master of his Instrument, and
should -have a most successful tour
throughout South Africa. Cape Argus
(Cape Town). :
A truly marvelous, interpreter of the
masters. His performance last night
was wonderful, one of the, best, if not
the best ever heard in Jacksonville.
Iorida Times-Union.
A great- interpreter of Chopin.
Brooklyn Standard Union.
On -Thursday evening, April 11th, at
the Temple Theater, the Ocala Choral
Club will sing a number of choruses
from The Rose Maiden.' The Rose
Maiden Is very popular, adapted from
the German ? by R. E.; Francillon, com
posed by Frederick H. Cowen.
Crosses of honor will be bestowed
on Confederate veterans, descendants
and widows of veterans, on June 3rd.
Application blanks may be obtained
from "Mrs. J. H. Uvlngston. Notice Is
hereby given that after November 1st.
1912, rno crosses will be issued.
Mr. Mllo Deyo has introduced an in
novation into his art recitals which Is
not only new, but extremely fascinat
ing. The hidden moon ; will be a spe special
cial special feature of Friday evening's re
cital, at which Mr. Deyo will utilize
the entire, evening.
I am aelllaK at private sale the t or-
altnre of an eight-room honae at 48
Sontfc Pte street, lnelodlns rag
plaao, kitchen ntenalla, ete. Every
thins la la -first-elaaa condition.
Notice Is hereby given that at the
meeting of the Democratic Executive
Committee of Marlon county, held lrfJ
iscaia, i lorma, un me oru uay ot r eo-i
ruary, A. D. 1912, the- following was
adopted as an Itinerary for candidates
for the various county offices:
Orange Springs, April 8, 1912.
Fort McCoy. April 9, 1912.
Anthony, April 10. 1912.
Cltra, April 13, 1912.
Mcintosh, April 15, 1912.
Flemlngton, April 17. 1912.
Fairfield, April 19. 1912.
Martel, April 22, 1912.
Dunnellon. April 24, 1912.
Pedro, morning) April 25. 1912.
Summerfield, (night) April 25. 1912
Moss Bluff, April 26. 1912.
Grahamville, April 27, 1912.
Ocala, April 29. 1912.
L. W. Duval, Chairman.
Clara Moore, Secretary.
in the house and in the stable. It is
as good for animal flesh as It is for the
human body. It heals sores, cuts,
ragged wounds, colic, dysentery, galls,
chafes, scratches, distemper, bots and
worms. : There Is hardly any limit to
its usefulness about the home.. Price
50 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug
gists. c
The Court Pharmacy has just re re-relved
relved re-relved a large express shipment of the
popular Norris candies in all sized
packages from one-half to five pounds
each. If you want something really
good in. the confection line, try Norris
candles. t V
"Constipation brings many ailments
In Its action and is the primary cause
of much sickness. Keep your bowels
regular, madam, and you will escape
many of the ailments to which women
are : subject." C Constipation Is a very
simple thing, .but like many.; simple
things, It may lead to serious conse consequences."
quences." consequences." Nature often needs a little
assistance and .when Chamberlain's
Tablets are given at the, first Indica Indica-twX
twX Indica-twX much distress and suffering may
be avoided. Sold by all dealers.

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Eastern Ctar meets this evening.
Is Light Tunning?
Ask the other
fellow. :
Mr. George Rent went to Jackson
ville today.
Easter rabbits, eggs, etc, at Fishel's.
Miss Shelly Souter of Sparr is visit
ing her Ocala friends.
Flower seeds and bulbs of all kinds
at Tydlngs & Co.
Holeproof hosiery at Fishel's.
CoT. J. H. Livingston and Mr. George
Smith went to Orange Springs today.
New shirt waists at Fishel's.
Alma Zada'Face Powder is the best
we have to ofCer at 50e the box. The
Post Office Drug Stores.
Easter rabbits, ggs, etc., at Fishel's.
- Messrs. J. P. Galloway and L
Duval visited Fort McCoy today.
Easter millinery at Fishel's.
If you are in a hurry for your pre prescriptions,
scriptions, prescriptions, try the Court Pharmacy's
quick delivery system.
. Douglas shoes at Fishel's.
Mr. W. O. Luff man of Sparr was at
the Ocala House last night.
Easter novelties at Fishers.
FOR RENT Two large, nicely fur furnished
nished furnished rooms for young men. Inquire
at 53 South 4th street.
House dresses, 98c. at Fishel's.
Mr. O. M. Gale, one of Belleview's
solid merchants, was In town today.
Easter novelties at Fishel's.
Thermos bottles for both hot and
cold fluids. Several sizes at Tydlngs
& Co.
Easter millinery at Fishel's.
The board of trade meetings and the
band concerts seems to be among the
things that were.
Children's dresses at Fishel's.
Rev. L B. Warren of Columbia Col College
lege College is in town. In the interests of his
big; school.
Men's Easter suits at Fishel's.
Cook your next roast In a paper Tag,
and get the bag from the Post Office j
Drug Store. 25c the package.
New shirt waists at Fishel's.
Mrs. Marcus FYank and little daugh
ter returned last night from a visit to
Mrs. Frank's parents at Savannah;
Men's Easter suits at Fishel's.
FOR RENT A four-room flat with
all modern conveniences. Apply to
Mrs. T. H. Wallis, 11G S. 2nd street.
Children's dresses at Fishel's.
Messrs. R. I Anderson and H. M.
Hampton went to Dade City on Sun-
nyjim this morning.
Holeproof hosiery at Fishel's.
We do paperhanglng and decorating.
etc., as well. See Denno about It. Al
varez street.
.FOR RENT A furnished house,
arranged, modern conveniences, sp
did water. Apply at 47 South T
House dresses, 98c. at Fishel's.
Mrs. Vernl Stevens and pretty little
daughter came up from Lakeland to today,
day, today, to visit Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weath Weathers.
ers. Weathers. Can furnish from one setting to
one thousand pure bred Rhode Island
Red eggs for hatching at $10 per
h ndred. Ed CarmichaeL Ocela.
Mclver & MacKay keep the rail
roads busy. They received today a
carload of wife, a carload of nails and
a carload of cement.
When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. I Maloney, at the Girard, No. 11
East Duval street, just off Main. Best
75c. room in the city.
Mr. Fred H. Robinson will come down
from Jacksonville tomorrow evening to
spend Sunday with Mrs. Robinson,
who Is a guest of Mrs. D. W. Davis.
Mr. Carl Sewell, one of Brooksville's
pular young men, made a short
visit to his sister, Mrs. J. P. Galloway,
last night, and returned home today.
Rexall Cold Tablets do the work.
Can give you the formula If you like.
25c the package at the Post Office
Drug Stores.
Services preparatory to communion
of the Lord's Supper on Sabbath will
be held in the Presbyterian chuTch this
evening at 7:30. A cordial Invitation
extended to all.
The sidewalk in front of the Wallis
block, corner South Main and South
First street, west, is being Telald
with solid cement. Mr. Chas. L Moore
has the contract.
The boys at the fire station have
been plying the paint brush in an ar artistic
tistic artistic manner. The way they have
touched up the big bell and the bell
tower Is worth seeing.
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.



CroMlnr Bats oa tke Sotk Mamolla

Diamond TUi Aftenees '..
Following are the line-ups of the
two school teams that meet at the ball
park this afternoon: y v
- Hlgli' Sehel
Raymond Gale, c; Welch Dewey, p:
Roy Gates, lb; Roy Sampson, 2b; Olaf
Zewadski, ss; Joseph Borden, 3b; Sam
Burford, If; Hugh Gelger, cf; Maxwell
Bogue. rf. 7
"...';. Qraaamer Sekel r
Leslie Bostick, c; Pat Anderson, p;
Homer Small, lb; George Davis, 2b;
Elmer Small, ss; John Batts, 3b; Leon
Sanders, if; Dick Stroud, cf ; John Tar Tar-ver,
ver, Tar-ver, rf.
This being Friday night, the Air
Dome will give five reels of pictures
no extra charge so you want to go
soon and see them alL They cover ev everything
erything everything in the picture line and you
can't afford to miss them.
The shavings house at Roess planer
at Zuber was set on flre.thls morning
by a spark and consumed. "For a
while the entire plant was in danger,
but. by hard work of volunteers and
Judicious use of the fire apparatus, the
blaze was extinguished. : Immediately
on the .fire breaking oat, f.-.Mr. M. J.
Roess was notified by phone and went
to the scene. The loss was about $300.
In connection with the death of Mr.
Wheeler Avery at Fort McCoy the
other day, a number of reports were
in circulation, some to the effect that
the old gentleman lost his life thru
foul play. Sheriff Galloway went to
Fort McCoy today and made a careful
investigation. As a result, he came to
the conclusion that Mr. Avery's death
was a case of suicide.
Signs are misleading sometimes. A
visitor to the city inquired if the
Ocala board of trade met In McCorkle's
saloon or Will Gray's billiard parlor,
and was grieved to learn that it didn't
meet anywhere.
Messrs. A. M. Lansford and W. W.
Clyatt autoed to Wildwood the other
day, and since his return Mr. Lansford
has been enthusiastically describing
the Monarch orange grove. This grove
was budded on the wild orange stock,
and grows in ground so rich It needs
no fertilizer. Mr. Lansford noticed, as
well as the orange trees,' an Immense
live oak, which is thirty-eight feet in
circumference four feet above the
Mr. Clifford Peabody. Mrs. N. I.
Gottlieb and Miss Nellie Gottlieb have
returned from a very successful fish-
ling trip to Lake Bryant. They caught
all the fish they could use and brought
home quite a number.
Milo Deyo, the great musician, ar arrived
rived arrived yesterday from DeFuniak
Springs, where he attended the Chau
tauqua. The people there went Into
raptures over his playing. Mr. Deyo
is the guest of his old time friend, Mr.
Charles Peyser, and will remain until
after the recital next Thursday eve
The Daughters of the Confederacy
will hold a rummage sale on the 19t
20th and 22nd of this .month. AIT
members are requested to bear this
sale in mind and any aid from friends
of the chapter will be greatly appre appreciated.
ciated. appreciated. I will allow you liberally for your
old trunk or suit case as part pay payment
ment payment on a new one. Why pay more?
B. Goldman, Pawnshop. Bargains in
Mrs. Fred H. Robinson arrived In the
city from Jacksonville yesterday to
spend a couple of weeks visiting Mrs.
D. W- Davis, and will then go to Sag Saginaw,
inaw, Saginaw, Mich., to be present at the
graduation of her daughter. Miss
The Woman's Club of Ocala has got gotten
ten gotten out an attractive booklet to ad advertise
vertise advertise the Brick City. Like all of the
undertakings of Florida women, the
booklet is one which will be of lasting
benefit to that section of the state.
Pensacola Journal.
Mrs. Blanche Hannah and daughter,
Christine of St. Petersburg, who have
been visiting Mrs. Hannah's sister,
Mrs. R. R. Carroll for a month, return returned
ed returned home today. Mrs. Hannah will take
her former position with the Wllson Wllson-Chace
Chace Wllson-Chace Company of St. Petersburg.
Great preparations are being made
at Williston for the big barbecue on
the 17th. Everybody with their
uncles, cousins and aunts are Invited.
Bronson Times-Democrat.
What would you think of a man
throwing silver dollars into a well?
This is what you are doing if you are
not acquiring the habit of coming to
me for anything in my line. Why pay
more? B. Goldman, Pawnshop. Bar
gains in all lines.
The ladies of the Baptist church are
having a successful cake and candy
sale at the bandstand today. They
have a tempting line of goods and
are raking in the rhino.
I will allow you liberally for your
old trunk or suit case as part pay payment
ment payment on a new one. Why pay more?
B. Goldman, Pawnshop. Bargains in
all lines.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mathews are re
joicing over a son, who arrived yes
terday morning. Grandpa Charlie
Mathews Is almost as proud of the
youngster as his daddy Is, and knows
a whole lot better how to hold It.
If you are thinking of your summer
trip, think of me, as I am in position
to save you money on trunks and suit
cases, because I have an extensive
line, and the prices are right. Why
pay more? B. Goldman, Pawnshop.
Bargains in all lines.
Misses Hallie and Esther Ley gave
their kindergarten pupils an Easter
egg hunt this morning. After the eggs
were found. Miss Mary Burford took
teachers and pupils in her big auto
and gave them a ride over the country
All wool blue serge suits for $7.50
I guarantee to save you from $2 to 5
on a suit. Why pay more? B. Gold Goldman,
man, Goldman, Pawnshop. Bargains in all lines.
The correct treatment for cuts,
burns, scalds, wounds, sores, lumbago,
rheumatism or neuralgia Is BAL BALLARD'S
ing, healing, penetrating and antiseptic which
is everything that is needed to effect
a complete cure. Price 25c, 50c and
$1 per bottle. Sold by all "druggists.

Great Celebration ay the Menken of

Oealn Lodge No. CM, I O. O. H'
at Their Hall Last Evenlag
The members of the Moose had a
pleasant and profitable evening at
their hall and club "rooms Thursday
Long before the hour for. calling the
lodge to order, the club rooms were
filled with members, passing away the
time playing pool,: or talking, reading
or listening to the music from the
superb graphophone. The Moose club
rooms are well situated and elegantly
furnished, and always afford the mem members
bers members axf excellent place to go for rest
or amusement.
At 8:39. Dictator Mershon. called the
lodge to order and Secretary Stapp
read the roll and minutes.' At least
sixty members were ; present. The
lodge is a large one and the' members
turn out well, as there is something
interesting at every meeting. The
regular business of the evening was
soon transacted and the special exer
cises began.
The well drilled and ; finely equipped
degree tearii took charge and carried
the exercises out without a hitch. The
principal event was unveiling the
lodge emblem, a superb moose head,
which was mounted above the dicta dictator's
tor's dictator's chair.
This moose head is one of the finest
of its kind, and was specially prepared
for the Ocala lodge by a noted Can Canadian
adian Canadian taxidermist. The spread of the
horns, is over a yard, and the head
looks as lifelike as tho the animal had
pushed its head thru the wall and was
as calmly surveying the deliverations
of the iodge as it ever gazed out across
a Canadian lake. The animal was kill killed
ed killed in the depths of an immense forest,
and its lifeless eyes last' night proba probably
bly probably stared at more human beings than
its live ones saw during the whole
course of Its existence. The head Is
well mounted and the members of the
lodge are justified in the pride they
feel In It. They greeted the unvailing
with sustained enthusiasm.
Past Dictator Edwin Spencer pre presented
sented presented the emblem to the lodge In an
appropriate address. Mr. Spencer Is an
elegant speaker and is never heard to
b.etter advantage than in the lodge
The exercises concluded, the lodge
passed from labor to refreshment. Cig Cigars
ars Cigars were handed around and while the
incense of the weed ascended to the
ceiling, interesting talks were made
by various members. Secretary Stapp
gave an instructive history of the
grand lodge officers. Mr. E. C. Sheri Sheridan
dan Sheridan spoke feelingly and eloquently on
brotherly love. Short addresses were
made by Mr. W. E. Gober and other
Smoking and speaking over, the
members were summoned from the
ethical to partake of the substantial.
A hardworking and competent com committee,
mittee, committee, consisting of Brethern Beall,
Marlowe and one or two others, had
concocted two huge bowls of refresh refreshing
ing refreshing fruit punch and heaped wo im immense
mense immense trays with slices of toothsome
cake. There was enough and to spare,
andall enjoyed the collation.
The evening was enjoyable and in
structive in every way, and such eve
nings are often with the Moqse. Any
young man who wants to join a live
and growing order and increase his
opportunities for pleasure "as well as
winning fraternity, can't do better
than join Lodge No. 699.
Mr. George W. Easterling's big farm
at Martel is looking well. He has in
two hundred and twenty-five acres of
melons and cantaloupes and they are
doing as well as any in the county,
The melon vines are running nicely
and the 'lope vines are great big
plants, starting to run nicely. Mr.
Easterling says the season is the best
he has ever known and crops of all
kinds are fully three weeks ahead of
last season.
The Woman's Club will hold Its reg
ular meeting tomorrow afternoon at
3:30 and the executive board will meet
at 3 o'clock. The topic of the meeting
will be "Civics," and the program will
be in charge of Mrs. C. R. Tydings.
Dr. C. R. Tydings is doing some good
farming west of the city and is quite
proud of the results. He has tomatoes
in bloom, was exhibiting a snap bean
yesterday that was two and a half
inches long and would have been ready
for the table In three or four days
He has had new Irish potatoes on his
table several days ago.
Mr. H. W. Tucker has the contract
to do the plumbing and electric work
In Mr. Lanier Robertson's new house
in. the first ward, for Mr. W. W. Har
rlss' new home In the eastern part of
the city and for the Episcopal rectory,
all of which are now in course of con
structlon. He has just completed a
nice job of plumbing and electrical
work for Mr. Charlie Weaver, and at
Leesburg a good Job of wiring and
electric fixtures for Judge Gaines
If you eat something which dis
agrees with you, don't let it work its
own way through. Its a slow process
and makes you feel bad. Get rid of it
quickly by taking a dose of HERBD)fE,
It drives out impurities in the stom
ach and bowels and you feel better
immediately. Price 50c. Sold by all
Cash Beats
Cottolene (Large Bucket) 91.20
Armour' Star Hama, per pound... 17e
Pickles (Quart Jar) 20c
Hominy (Van Camp's) 9c
Bacon, Per Pound 10c
Grits, (Ten Pounds) . . . . .25c
Meal, (Ten Pounds) .25c
Kumford Baking Powder, 1-lb
Can 25c
Irish Potatoes (Peek .40c
J. J3-WIH10T
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Articles Carried in put Great FctcltexZ Bbrdxrcro,
House Furnishing and General Sopply Stcrb; CVr
in and look the stock over, yot trill ttzd tnnny
things yotf want
For the Office
Boll and Flat Top Desks, Typewriter Desks, Stenographer's
Desks, Office Chairs, Stools, Sofas, Etc y
For the Dining Room
Handsome Round or Square Extension Tables, Dining Chairs,
Bugs, Sideboards and Chiffoniers, BouffeCs, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets, Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc
Parlor Furni
Handsome Mahogany, Oak, Willow or Mission Chairs, Straight
Backed or Rockers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Rugs and Carpets, Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures. f '-. l.:- :' .
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 and
Wardrobes, Toilet Sets, Blankets, Comforts and Linens. v
For The Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Refrigerators and Ice Chests in Sereral Different
Makes and Styles and any Size or Price Desired. : Stores and Ranges
in Either Wood jor Oil Burners. Kitchen Cabinets and Tables.'
Hardware Department
Anything Desired in Silrerware for the Table, Cutlery and
Sissors in our Hardware Department; Shotguns, Rifles and Ammu Ammunition;
nition; Ammunition; Fire Sets, Screens and Irons,, Etc
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

Partly cloudy ...71
Minimum temperature ..52
Maximum temperature ........78
Wind .SW
Fair tonight and Saturday.
A new office desk, eight feet long.
for bookkeeper's use. A big bargain.
Apply at once to Kramer & Klock.'
Mrs. E. R. Britton, of Britton, Miss.,
wishes others to. know what Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound has done
for her daughter. "Sometime ago my
daughter was ill and threatened with
pneumonia. We tried different medi medicines
cines medicines but she seemed to be getting
worse. We then gave her Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound and It
checked the disease and eventually
cured her completely and we know Fo Foley's
ley's Foley's Honey and Tar Compound saved
her life." Sold by the Anti-Monopoly
If you are thinking of xour summer
trip, think of me, as I am in position
to save you money on trunks and suit
cases, because I have an extensive
line, and the prices are right. Why
pay more? B. Goldman, Pawnshop.
Bargains in all lines.
FOR SALE Indian Runner duck
eggs for hatching from prize winning
Indian Runner ducks. They win, they
lay, they pay. My ducks are mated to
produce Indian Runner ducks that are
Indian Runners, not scrub stock. Thir
teen (13) eggs for one dollar. Money
cannot buy eggs that will produce any
better stock. I Ballard, Candler, Fla.
Judge Bell has issued marriage li
censes to Louis J. Daugherty and
Elizabeth Whyte, Lucius S. Xewsom
and Eulalle Osborn.
"Our baby cries for Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy." writes Mrs. T. B. Ken-
drick, Rasaca, Ga. "It is the best
cough remedy on the market for
coughs, colds and croup." For sale by
ail dealers.
FOR SALE Eggs from pure Englisn
white and brown penciled wing ducks,
well mated without inbreeding, and
best egg producers. One dollar for 12.
J. H. McClymonds, 32 South Fourth
street, Ocala, Fla.
What would you think of a man
throwing silver dollars Into a well?
This is what you are doing If you are
not acquiring the habit .of coming to
me for anything in my line. Why pay
mort? B. Goldman, Pawnshop. Bar Bargains
gains Bargains in all lines.
Do not fail to hear the wedding
chorus Jl rom The Rose Maiden by the
Ocala Choral Club next week at the
Temple Theater. This Is one of the
most popular choruses ever written
and will be sung by a chorus of about
forty voices.
All wool blue serge suits for 87.50,
I guarantee to save you from 82 to 85
on a suit. Why pay more? B. Gold
man, Pawnshop. Bargains In all lines.


On Monday at 8 p. m., April 8th, In
the Presbyterian church, we shall have -the
pleasure of listening to Dr. Wil Wilbur
bur Wilbur F. Crafts, superintendent of the
International Reform Bureau of Wash
ington, D. C. Dr. Crafts Is the author
of eight bills that have passed Con-
gress within the last few years relat relating
ing relating to divorce, temperance and Sun Sunday
day Sunday closing, and he Is now pressing
nine reform measures, some of which i
have been favorably reported. His
bureau; helps In state and local legis legislation
lation legislation -also, and works to promote
J "those reforms on which the churches
socialoglcally unite while theological theologically
ly theologically differing. ;.
The subject of this lecture will be
"That Boy and Girl of Tours.! Her.
Dr. R. S. Mae Arthur, a distinguished
Baptist minister of New, York, says:
"This lecture is inspiring to an un unusual
usual unusual degree. In It with and wisdom
and philosophy and religion ; appro-'
priately blend." The delivery of this
lecture over : the land will be" stimu- s
lative of sound family culture, true
American -patriotism and ; wholesome
religious life." -'
bound train today was a Burlington
special car, carrying a party of Chi--cago
people who have been visiting
the Hotel Bellevlew at Bellalr.
Denno's prices for painting are "lire
and let live" prices. Always consis consistent
tent consistent with good work. ;
In cases of rheumatism Telief- from
pain makes sleep and rest possible.''
This may be obtained by applying
Chamberlain's Liniment; For sale by5
all dealers.
Lame shoulder is nearly always -due
to rheumatism of the muscles and
quickly yields to the free application
of Chamberlain's Liniment. For sale
by all dealers. -' J'
Toilet articles and sets of all kinds.
handsome, first class goods, at Tydlngs
& Co.
V. B. KELLER & G9.
Funeral Directors and -;
I manspri Fmhalmrm
Lady Assbbnt'wfczn rccrlrcd
Galls Answered Prepay n:ll
Parlors Lcec!ta zl ci FrcrYa
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Fancy Flaxons, the regular 25c
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What's the use of saving a few cents and ruining
yoor .watch ? If it is not keeping time it needs needs-repairing
repairing needs-repairing jus 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
Brin g that watch in today.
, OCALA : : : : : FLORIDA.

a Northern R. Ri Go.
In Effect Sunday, March 31st, 1912


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No. 12 PaMeager

.Palatka.....;. 5:40 a. fn. Leave ... Ocala . 7:30 a. m.

..Ocala. .....10:35 a. m. Arrive....;.. Palatka 10:10 a.m.

Na. 17 PaMeucr

Xo. 14 Faueiger

Leave..: Palatka...... ,5:10 p. m. Leave ...Ocala .. .2:30 p. m
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Leave Palatka ....'.10.50 a. m. Leave ........Ocala...... 12:15 p. m.
Arrive .......Ocala .1:20 p. m. Arrive .......Palatka i 4:40 p. m.
Daily. r : t.
Dally Except Sundays.
'"Connects at Ocala with Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic Coast Line
Connects at Palatka with G. & & F., F. E. C and A. C. L.
S. P. HOLONRAUE, General Passenger Agent,
Ocala, Florida

. tm Bmn IaapuJae Ttw' Pomp aavea tlnae, money, labor, lame
eaicVe m4 Btronc IwssaaKe. By lnaply remevtas; spaxrlc pins ad at-
.fhlpar paws cueetlea It iiwilatelr fills yar tires wltk pare, frees
k wits, pewer frost tk eastee of year sate. Mestwoaderfal lavea-
tlsa sf tMa sare. Na experisieat Satlsf aetlea aruaraateed. We are Flor Flor--
- Flor-- tda state aareats. Let as have yaor order aevr. Price complete, $15.

(Coprricat, 19U, by W. O. Cbapmar
ane sat cown ana oroocea over ner

situation until she felt that If he did
not do something and In som way di

vert her thoughts she would break

down again. He had aid that the

cabin and its contents were hers. She

resolved to inspect them more close closely.
ly. closely. She hobbled back into the great

her uncie, and when she got farther
back to staid dd Philadelphia." How
shocked everybody wocld be with it
all there! Of course, she resolved
that she would never mention one ep episode
isode episode of that terrible day, and she. had
somehow absolute confidence that this
man, in. spite of his grim, grufC tacV
turnity," who had shown himself so ex exceedingly
ceedingly exceedingly considerate of her feelings,
would never mention It either.
She had so much food for thought
that not even in the late afternoon of
the long day could she force her mind
to the printed pages of the book she
had taken at random from the shelf
which lay open before her, where she
sat in the sun, her head covered by an
old "Stetson" that she had ventured
to appropriate. She had dragged a
bear skin out on the rocks in the sun
and sat curled up on It half reclining
against a boulder watching the trail,
the "Winchester by her side. She had
eaten so late a breakfast that she had
made a rather frugal lunch out of
whatever had taken her fancy In the
store room, and she was waiting most
anxiously now for the return of the
man. -j
The season was late-and-the sun
sank behind the peaks quite early in
the afternoon, and it grew dark and
chill long before the shadows fell upon
the dwellers of the lowlands.
Enid drew, the bear skin around her
and waited with an eyer-growing ap apprehension.
prehension. apprehension. -If she should be com compelled
pelled compelled to spend the night alone in that

cabin, she felt that she could not en endure
dure endure It. She" was never gladder of
anything in her life than when she
saw him suddenly break out of the
woods and start up the steep trail,
and for a moment her gladness was
not tempered by the fact which she
was presently to realize with great
dismay, that as he had gone, so he
now returned, alone.




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lzz C:3 Kztst Esrcaa Grill Hoon in ine Sonlh
ZZZZ2TJ3 rJe XVii-SON: ': Proprietor

She Watched Him as Long as She
Could See Him.
room and looked about her again.
There was nothing that demanded
careful scrutiny. She wasn't quite
sure whether she was within the pro proprieties
prieties proprieties or not, but she seized the old oldest
est oldest and most worn of the volumes on
the shelf. It was a text book on min mining
ing mining and metallurgy, she observed, and
opening it to the fly leaf, across the
page she saw written in a firm, vig vigorous
orous vigorous masculine" hand a name, "Wil "William
liam "William Berkeley Newbold," and be beneath
neath beneath these words, "Thayer Hall, Har Harvard,"
vard," Harvard," and a date some seven years
The owner of that book, whether the
present possessor or not, had been a
college man. Say that he had gradu graduated
ated graduated at twenty-one or twenty-two, he
would be twenty-eight or twenty-nine
years old now, but if so, why that
white hair? Perhaps, though, the
book did not belong to the man of the
She turned to -other books on the

shelf. Many of them were technical
books, which she had sufficient" gen general
eral general culture to realize could be only
available to a man highly, educated.
arid a special student of. mines and
mining a mining engineer, she de decided,
cided, decided, with a glance at those instru instruments
ments instruments and appliances of a scientific
character plainly, but of whose actual
use she was ignorant.
A rapid Inspection of the other
books confirmed her in the conclusion
that the man of the mountains was
indeed the owner of the collection.
There were a few well worn volumes
of poetry and essays, Shakespeare, a
Bible, Bacon, Marcus Aurelius, Epicte Epicte-tus,
tus, Epicte-tus, Keats, a small dictionary, a conv
pendlous encyclopedia, just the books,
she thought, smiling at her conceit,
that a man of education and culture
would want to have upon a desert Is Island
land Island where his supply of literature literature-would
would literature-would be limited.
The old ones were autographed as
the first book she "had looked in; oth others,
ers, others, newer additions to the little li library,
brary, library, if she could judge their condi condition,
tion, condition, were unsigned.
Into the corner cupboard and the
drawers, of course, she did not look.
There was nothing else in the room
to attract her attention, save some
piles of manuscript neatly arranged
on one of the shelves, each one cover
ed with a square of board and kept
In place by pieces of glistening quartz.
There were four of these piles and an another
other another half the size of the first four
on the table. These, of course, she "did
not examine, further than to note that
the writing was in the same bold,
free hand as the signature in the
books. If she had been an expert she
might have 'deduced much from the
writing; as it was, she fancied it was
strong, direct, manly.
Having completed her inspection of
this room, she opened the door and
went Into the other. It was smaller
and less inviting. It had only one
window, and a door opened outside.
There was a cook stove here, and
shelves with cooking utensils and
granlteware, and more rude box re receptacles
ceptacles receptacles on the walls which were fill filled
ed filled with a bountiful and well selected
store of canned goods and provisions
of various kinds. This was evident evidently
ly evidently the kitchen, supply room, china
closet. She saw no sign of a bed in
it, and wondered where and how the
man had scent the night.
By rights, her mind should have
been filled with her uncie and his
party, and in their alarm she should
have shared, but she was so extremely
comfortable, except for her foot, which
did not greatly trouble her so long as
she kept it quiet, that she felt a cer certain
tain certain degree of contentment, not to say
happiness. The adventure was so ro romantic
mantic romantic and thrilling save for those
awful moments in the pool especially
to the soul of a conventional woman
who had been brought up in the most
humdrum and stereotyped fashion of
the earth's ways, and with never an
opportunity for the development of
the spirit of romance which all of us
exhibited some time in our life, and
which, thank God, some of us never
lose, that she found herself revelling
In it.
She lost herself in pleasing imagina imaginations
tions imaginations of tales of her adventures that
she could tell when she eot back to

(Continued Tomorrow)




The best place in fbe city


The American people are waking up to the fact that ho3 lard
is often indigestible, aid sometimes unhealthful
Cottolene, a pure, vegetable product; is fast replacing hoj lard
for frying and shortening. It makes better, more healthful
food and is more economical. Cottolene is economic!'
because it goes one-third farther than butter or lard
Cottolene is packed in air-tight tins, never solch
in bulk, and its purity and iTeshnessvare guaranteed.




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Contractor and Builder
'lans ana specifications Furnished
Upon Request.
129 Sonth Third Street

Bay Lake, April 4. Iast Sunday we
had a quiet wedding in our midst. Miss
Stella Kingsley was united in mar marriage
riage marriage to Mr. "William E. Moore at the
home of the bride's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charley KInesley. The bride

groom is a well known" farmer of this
place and is now located 'at Turner
farm. His many friends join the
writer in wishing him a long, happy
life, and we all know that the bridge
will be happy with a husband lilf
Eddie. There were only one or two
things that went wrong there were
one or two girls who kissed the bride bridegroom
groom bridegroom before the bride had a chance
Everybody is cordially invited to
take a day off and come to our little
city and see how everything has im-

promed in the last year. "We have
nice strawed roads to Orange Springs
and it will reach to Fort McCoy in, a
few weeks.
There will be church services next

Sunday week at what is known as the
hardshell church at Bay Lake. Every Everybody
body Everybody come and bring a full basket and
spend the day enjoying a nice time
with their friends.
We are having a nice Sunday school
here now. Everybody is taking great
interest In the school. We would like
for all to attend regularly.

THOUGDte OF : a'

in your auto naturally suggests the
query as to what supplies you need. Is
your car fully equipped with tires,
(extra ones, too) lamps, lanterns, horn,
tools, plugs, oil, oilers, etc? If not
come here and secure what Is needed.
We have everything for the auto and
many things for the autoist. If you
cannot get It here there is a good rea reason
son reason for us not having it.

Ipiff (h !"

Crompton & McRae Co.
Cleansing and Pressing Jfeatly Done
All work called for arid delivered.
Satisfaction or no pay. 29 West Broad Broadway,
way, Broadway, opposite Mitchell's Pharmacy.
Phone 4 55.


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Other Feed on the Market.
Call Us Up. Phone No. 8.

We can supply yoa with pure Ice for
all purposes, whether your require requirements
ments requirements are for home use or for a car carload.
load. carload. Place your orders with us.

olsy Kidney Pills

Give prompt rtlief from BACKACHE,
BLADDER and all annoying URINARY
IRREGULARITIES. A positive boon to

8. A- Darts, C7 Was hire-ton Sc, Connerrrille,
lad., is in Lis 85ih year. Ha whics m: rl Lt
lately goffered much from my kidnets and blad bladder
der bladder 1 had seTere backaches &od my kidney &ctia
was too freqnest, caa?iE me to lose much sleep
at night, and in my blander tbera was const a I
pain. I took Foley Kidney Pills for some time,
and am now free of ail trouble and aain able to
be cp aad around. Foley Kidney Pills hare mj
Lighest reoonuiieadatk)&.n
Sold by the Aatl-Monoyolr Drasstr


One of the mosl startling changes
ever seen in any man. according to W.
B. Holsclaw, Clarendon, Texas, was
effected years ago in his brother. "He
had such a dreadful cough." he writes,
"that all our family thought he was
going into consumption, but fie be began
gan began to use Dr. King's New Discov Discovery,
ery, Discovery, and was completely cured by ten
bottles. Now he Is sound and well and
weighs 218 pounds. For many years
our family "has used this wonderful
remedy for coughs and colds with ex excellent
cellent excellent results." Its quick, safe, re reliable
liable reliable and "guaranteed. Price 50 cents
and $1. Trial bottle free at Tydings
& Company.

Notice is hereby given that the tax
assessment roll for the city of Ocala
for the year 1912, as the same will be
presented to the city council as a board
of equalization, is open for inspection
at the city' clerk's office.
Any person having complaint to
make of the assessment of any prop property
erty property shall make the $ame to the city
council in writing on or before Tues-daj-,
the 9th day of April, 1912, on
which date the said board will sit to
hear complaints.
Witness my hand and the seal of the
city of Ocala, this March" 30, 1912.
H. C. Sistrunk,
City Clerk" and Assessor of Taxes of
the City of Ocala. .

Lies often in a run-down system.
Weakness, nervousness, lack of appe appetite,
tite, appetite, energy and ambition, with disor disordered
dered disordered liver and kidneys often follow
an attack of this wretched disease.
The greatest need then Is Electric Bit Bitters,
ters, Bitters, the glorious tonic, blood purifier
and regulator of stomach, liver and
kidneys. Thousands have proved that
they wonderfully strengthen the
nerves, build up the system and re restore
store restore to health and good spirits after
an attack of grip. If suffering, try
them. Only 50 cents. Sold and perfect
satisfaction guaranteed by Tydings &


Remember the day outing on the
water Sunday. The City of Ocala Is
appointed to clear from Silver Springs
for the Oklawaha river excursion at 9
a. m. The Ocala Northern train leaves
the Ocala Seaboard station at 7:30 a.
m. Fare for round trip on vessel Is 50
cents. Return In Silver Springs at
4:30 p. m. Albert Anson Graham.

Things never look bright to one
with "the blues." Ten to one the trou trouble
ble trouble is a sluggish liver, filling the sys system
tem system with bilious poison, that Dr. King's
New Life Pills would expel. Try them.
Let the joy of better feelings end "the
blues." Best for stomach, liver and
kidneys. 25c. at Tyding3 & Company.


150 buhels. extra fine seed, fully
matured and gathered dry, o. b.
Ocala $4 per busheL See sample at the

Ocala House Barbershop, r where any
other information pan be had. Ster Sterling
ling Sterling Hooper, owner.

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To separate a boy from a box of Buck Buck-len's
len's Buck-len's Arnica Salre. His pimples, boils,
scratches, knocks, sprains and bruises
demand it. and its : quick, relief for
barns, scalds, or cuts is his right. Keep
It handy for boys, also girls. Heals
ererything healable and does it quick.
Unequaled for piles. Only 25 cents at
Tydings & Company.

Dixie Flyer," Seminole Liqitc4

"South Atlantic Limited,
"Montgomery Route'
rhrouQii Pullman Cars from CMecr;o St Loc?,

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(Cleveland, Louisville, NzchvUlo
Atlanta and Blrminnliam
xs Jaclxsonville,

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