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OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1913.
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others in leavening power, in purity
and wholesomeness, and is used
generally in families, exclusively in
the most celebrated hotels and res restaurants,
taurants, restaurants, by the United States Army
and Navy, and wherever the best
and finest food is required Teachers
of cooking schools and lecturers upon
culinary matters use and recom recommend
mend recommend the Royal.
Royal is the only baking powder
made from Royal Grape Cream of
Tartar. It is admittedly the best and
most healthful baking powder made.
When you know what is best,
please ask for it.
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Prominent Yiiang I.anjer of Orange
County Killed IliinMelf in a
New York, Jan. &. William Shine, a
twenty-seven-year-old attorney of Or Orlando.
lando. Orlando. Fla., committed suicide yester yesterday
day yesterday by jumping- from a room on the
fifth floor of the New York Hospital,
where he was a patient. He was an
athlete and two nurses were unable to
The young lawyer had been per persuaded
suaded persuaded by his brother to come from
Florida last week to be operated upon
for a minor internal trouble. The
operation had been performed suc successfully
cessfully successfully and he was convalescing'.
Prominent Man in Orange County
Orlando. Jan. a. William Shine of
this city, who committed suicide at
New York yesterday, was chosen state
attorney for the seventh circuit at the
last election, and would have taken
the oath of office in May. 1913. He
was a son of the late Thomas Shine,
who for years was clerk of the circuit
court of this county. The unfortunate
man was a native of Orlando, well
known and very popular. The body is
on the way here for interment and the
funeral will take place tomorrow.
It's easy for a man to resist temp temptation
tation temptation if he has something better in
Mrs. A. II. Tabor, of Crider, Mo., had
An honest man seldom blows his
own horn generally ho is too poor to
rieurisy pains are located just be-
been troubled with sick headache for How the short ribs
about five years, when she began tak taking
ing taking Chamberlain's Tablets. She has
taken two bottles of them and they
the same region but toward the back.
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT is the
remedy in either case. If rubbed in
have cured her. Sick headache is j thoroughly it eases pain, relaxes the
caused by a disordered stomach for muscles and the patient can move
those tablets are especially in- about freely and comfortably. Price
tended. Try them, get well and
well. Sold by all dealers. Adv.
stay i 23c, 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by all
; druggists. Adv.
leinauer & Co..
Great Reduction Sale
Ladles9 Ready -to -Wear
All the Remaining Models from the
Best Eastern Markets ottered at Prices
The Lowest Ever Known for
Apparel of Equal Value
20.00 to 30.00
715.00 to $10.00
lTp to ?2..nO
Up to 17..0
Childrens' Dresses and Coats
At Reduced Prices
Ocala : : : Florida
: AND :
MIDI'S LAHGEST AND BEST YEAR HOUND HOTEL
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
HOME-HOTEL OF THE STATE
AMERICAN PLAN S4.00 PER DAY AND UP-WARD
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 PER DAY AND UP-WARD
A. F. WILSON, Ass'l Mgr. THUS. SI. WILSON, Prop, and Mgr
Iielleview, Jan. i. Your corres correspondent
pondent correspondent regrets the comments regard regarding
ing regarding the lack of Belleview items in last
week's paper. A chain of circum circumstances,
stances, circumstances, over which we had no con control,
trol, control, prevented our indulgence in the
pleasurable pastime of writing news
items for tiie Star. The fact that the
old year made connections with the
new year at the same time, bringing
with it the inevitable casting up of ac accounts,
counts, accounts, closing old year's business,
figuring how much we lost and made,
just naturally got us so balled up that
it was just "one damn thing after an another,"
other," another," until the fact of our being a
newspaper correspondent was entirely
lost sight of, and now with the old
year and the beginning of the new new-year
year new-year behind us, and a plain straight
road, with the sun shining on it,
ahead of us, and everything looking
bright and rosy for the future, we
will endeavor to give you Belleview
facts and fancies as they appear to
us from week to week.
Col. E. C. Long, with Mr. Morgan,
both of Jacksonville, spent Monday and
Tuesday hunting in the vicinity of
Belleview, and returned to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville with a good bag of game. Col.
Long has spent a few days shooting
in the neighborhood of Belleview ev every
ery every year for the past five or six years,
lie is quite a figure in railroad circles.
having built the Atlantic, ValJosta and
Western Railroad, which is now part
of the G. S. & F., and also spent sev several
eral several millions of dollars in the city of
Jacksonville, acquiring property and
building the immense terminals now
used by the G. S. & F. and Southern
railways. Col. Long is also extensive extensively
ly extensively interested in the largest crosstie
business in the state, also a heavy
stockholder in one of the largest
grocery concerns in the state. When
it comes to attending directors meet meetings,
ings, meetings, the colonel is some pumpkin.
Mr. Harry W. Weaver and his son
Irvin, started out one bright, cloudy
morning, one week ago, Thursday,
headed for Tampa in Mr. John G.
Wolffs Detroit motor wagon, with a
56-inch tread. Their intentions to go
right straight through to Tampa were
good, but a man's intentions and his
ultimate achievement is something
else. They reached the "City of Good
Cheer," sometimes called Dunnellon,
after a tew minor difficulties and some
perspiring. After filling up with en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm and gasoline, they started
out on that straight hard road as
smooth as a board floor, bound for
Inverness, seventeen miles. That
smooth hard road was a fable its
name is mud and they reached Inver Inverness
ness Inverness that night, with private opinions
of hard roads in general. By dint of
perseverance, use of planks, rope and
elbow grease, they reached Brooks Brooks-ville
ville Brooks-ville Friday night. From Brooksville
to Tampa was covered during -Saturday,
reaching Tampa about 10 at night
full of enthusiasm and cussing the
luck that ever induced them to joy
ride it from Belleview to Tampa.
The Methodist Ladies Aid Society
gave a 5-cent social at the town hall
last Friday evening. The proceeds of
the evening went towards the pastor's
Mr. II, A. Osborn, who has been
stopping in our town the last week
or so, has journeyed on to Daytona.
Mr. S. A. Barnam with the Misses
Turner made a trip to Silver Springs
and returned last Tuesday in Capt.
Mr. S. A. Barnam, one of the guests
of the Hotel Marion, left Thursday for
points further south.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Dustin, after
visiting at St. Petersburg, Sarasota,
Bradentown and other southern points,
have wound up at Belleview, where
they will spend the balance of the
winter in the Mendell house.
Mrs. A. L. Lucius of Orlando, who
has been visiting with her relatives in
this city, returned to her home last
Mr. J. Oscar Hightower of Heather
Island, was a business visitor to this
burg last Monday morning.
Miss Ellie Tremere with her sister,
Minnie, made a business trip to Ocala
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Beardsley of
Danbury, Ct., are again with us and
expect to stay the winter.
A moving picture show invaded this
town last week ana gave two very in interesting
teresting interesting performances.
Mr. Sam G. Tixomas. one of our oldest
and most respected citizens, celebrated
his 6th birthday the 31st day of De December
cember December and Mr. J. Oscar Hightower
passed his 43rd mile post Jan. 4. They
are both traveling at the same rate of
speed and there is not much hope
one catching the other.
Mrs. Marie Weihe Win ton. after
spending the holidays with her par parents,
ents, parents, returned to her home at Eush Eush-nell.
nell. Eush-nell. Jan. 2.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Blood with their
son Reginald, Frof. Erntz ana Mr. and
Mrs. C. P. Dustin, spent last Saturday
in the Brick City, renewing old ac
Callie was fresh from the breezy town
of Tampa, where she has been spend spending
ing spending the holidays with her parents.
Prof. P.ickards has gone into the fur furniture
niture furniture business in Ybor City and is
Mrs. Annie W. Dana, -one of our old old-time
time old-time citizens, after an absence of sev several
eral several years, has returned and opened
up inr house on the hill, where with
her friend. Miss Abernathy, she will
spend the winter.
Mr. Warren W, Cowles, the artistic
stone worker, is up to his old tricks
once more, building fancy stone gate gateposts
posts gateposts this time. He is doing the stunt
for Mr. X. A. Skinner in front of his
Mrs. J. E. Murray of Gainesville is
visiting with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. X. Fielding.
Miss Marguerite Brooks came up
from the lake in Mr. Crum's automobile
Tuesday morning and went through to
Ocala, where she visited with friends,
passing throtigh on her way to the
lake in the afternoon like a ray of
Miss Edith Seesee of Chicago, a
missionary worker in that city, gave
a very interesting discourse in the
Methodist church last Sunday evening,
which was most favorably commented
upon by all who heard her. Miss See Seesee
see Seesee after spending some time with her
parents in this city, left last Wednes?
day for Tampa, Arcadia and other
towns to the south, where she will
prosecute her mission.
Mr. Ancel Polly, suffering with a
severe case of lagrippe, was around
town during Christmas week, shaking
hands with his many friends.
Mr. J. P. Thompson is visiting with
his daughter, Mrs. J. M. McAllister,
just southwest of town.
Mr. Charles Lucius of the Levon sec section,
tion, section, was in our town last Monday and
brought that cheerful smile with him.
The Masonic fraternity will hold its
regular monthly meeting on the 18th
IS Of SUP
inst., and will have the regular instal installation
lation installation of officers. On the night of the
20th the accredited delegates of this
lodge will leave for Jacksonville to
take part in the annual Grand Lodge
Mr. I. Frank Haviland's house under
the skillful workmanship of Mr. John
F. llames, Jimmy Shedd and Freeman
Hames, is about nearing completion,
and as soon as it is finished, they will
move their belongings into it, and
thereafter eat their meals under their
own vine and fig tree.
Mrs. A. L. Smith is again with us,
stopping as usual with her friends,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weihe.
Little Vivian Connor is making a
visit to her grandparents' home in
Darlington, S. C.
School opened on the 6th inst. with
a full attendance and Prof. Connor
and Miss Albertson were much pleas pleased
ed pleased .with the vim shown by the scholars
in attacking their books and studies
again. Miss Violet Albertson did not
come across from Connor on account
of severe indisposition.
Mr. F. T. Benedict of Danbury, Ct.,
after spending several weeks in this
city, left for home Jan. i.
Vaebt HoBtreMM Ilurned and Three of
Her Crew Killed Off the
Titusville, Fla., Jan. J. Bringing
with them a tale of disaster and death
at sea, the survivors of the yacht
Huntress reached here late yesterday
in a small rowboat. They are Mr. and
Mrs. F. W. Cheesebrough of Xew York,
and four members of the Huntress'
crew of seven men. The other three
members of the crew were killed by
an explosion aboard the yacht, off Cape
The accident occurred at 4 o'clock
Monday while the Huntress was en
route from Xew York to Miami. Im Immediately
mediately Immediately after the explosion, which
riddled the handsome craft, causing
her to sink, the small power launch
was released and those above named
shoved off and proceeded to Cana Canaveral.
veral. Canaveral. The cook, steward and one seaman
were killed in the explosion, their
bodies not being recovered.
REM, ESTATE AND II
Town property, improved ana un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real profit
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Or-arjge
arjge Or-arjge Groves for" sale at most any anything
thing anything that you wish, on terms to
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
Agent for a dozen of the "nest Fire Insurance Companies in the land
Thoroughly competent to care for your insurance business.
Will be pleased to care for your business in any of these lines.
F. W. DITTO Phone 28a
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be believe
lieve believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations made
by his firm.
Xational Bank of Commerce, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter internally,
nally, internally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 cents
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa
DEEP WELL. DRILLING
Xow is the time to have your deep
wells put in as I have cut prices on
deep wells to $1 per foot for four-inch
wells and $1.40 per foot for six-inch
wells. Satisfaction guaranteed or no
charges. J. T. Brown, Box. 380, Ocala,
FRIGHTFUL POLAR WINDS
Blow with terrific force at the far
north and play havoc with the skin,
causing red, rough or sore chapped
hands and lips, that need Bucklen's
Arnica Salve to heal them. It makes
the skin soft and smooth. Unrivaled
for cold sores, also burns, boils, sores,
ulcers, cuts, bruises and piles. Only
25 cents at Tydings & Co. Adv.
COTTAGE FOR SALE
Four rooms with closet and pantry;
good location; city water, electric
lights, sewer pool, cement walks in
good repair. Trice, $1150. C. A. Col
lin, City. 1-2
Martel, Jan. 7. Rev. J. B. Rooney
with his wife and daughter left for
their new home at Umatilla last Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. They were accompanied by
Miss Effie Holland, who will stay with
them until after school closes there.
This estimable family have endeared
themselves to the hearts of everyone
who knew them and they will be
greatly missed in the religious and so social
cial social life of this community. Rev.
Rooney is a minister of more than or ordinary
dinary ordinary ability and his deep and yet
intensely practical sermons cannot but
prove an inspiration to anyone who
hears them. The different religious
organizations of this place have all
been greatly benefited through his un untiring
tiring untiring efforts and Godly life. The well
wishes of the people of Martel go with
him and his to their new field of labor.
Mrs. Mollie Smith went to Ocala
last Tuesday, where she will make her
home for a time.
Mr. J. A. Eayless, who came up from
Umatilla to attend the recent teachers
convention held at Ocala has been se secured
cured secured to fill out the four months' un unexpired
expired unexpired term of school at this place,
which started last Monday.
We are sorry to state that the con continued
tinued continued ill health of Mrs. W. J. Seckin Seckin-ger
ger Seckin-ger made it necessary for her to take
up a temporary residence in Ocala for
the purpose of receiving medical treat treatment,
ment, treatment, which her many friends here
trust will restore her to health. Her
daughter, Y'vonnie accompanied her
and will attend school there.
Mr. Ed Harper and family of Silver
Springs, moved to our town one day
last week. Mr. Harper will enter 'the
emnlov of the Martel Lumber Com
pany in the capacity of sawyer. I
Miss Dora Morrison of Cedar Grove
has been visiting Mrs. J. A. Xelson for j
a few days. j
Mrs. L. F. Dillard enjoj-ed a visit
from her niece, Miss Estelle McAteer
of Ocala last week.
Dr. Walter Hood and wife of Ocala
were Martel visitors last Sunday.
Mr. Walter Ray returned Saturday
night from a business trip to Xorth
Mr. Percy Thigpen of Valdosta, Ga.,
arrived here last Friday to enter the
employ of the Martel Lumber Company
as bookkeeper, taking up his new
duties on Monday.
Miss May Clark of Atlanta, Ga., is
making her father, Mr. D. A. Clark
and friends here a much appreciate
Rev. J. W. Bridges, wife and son of
Wrightsville, Ga., moved into the
parsonage last Monday and Rev.
Bridges will enter at once upon the
duties connected with this charge.
These people have already made a very
favorable impression here and we ex extend
tend extend them a hearty welcome.
Mr. P. A. Ausley and Mrs. L. A.
Tucker gave a most enjoyable party to
the members of the Martel Sunday
school and its friends on Monday night
at which time over fifty guests were
present and many interesting games
were played. Ambrosia and cake were
served during the evening.
Mr. W. C. Ray and sisters. Misses
Ruby and Pearl, are to leave today for
Xorth Carolina, where they will re resume
sume resume their school work. We are al always
ways always glad when vacation time comes
so we can have these popular young
people with us.
Mr. Douglas and Misses Carrie Barco
and Alta Beck drove over from Cotton
Plant Monday evening to attend the
Sunday school party. Come again,
Be Sure and Get the Best in
The kind we are compel led fo sell, because;
if ive did not, we would lose our
growing and extensive trade.
Call and inspect our stock.
It is not only the FINEST in town but it is
the BEST selected.
HERE ARE A FEW OF OUR SPECIALS
Vezet Dutch Cheese
Self I!i.h)r Buckwheat
Grated Parmesan Cheese
Herring in Tomato Sauce
Xo. 1 and No. 2 Mackerel
Philadelphia Cream Cheese
Macedonins (Mixed Vegetables)
Cod Fish Balls
Whole Wheat Flour
HUNDREDS OF OTHER THINGS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION
Phones 16-174 FLORIDA
AID TO KIDNEYS
Fever sores and old chronic sores
should not be healed entirely, but
should be kept in healthy condition.
This can be done by applying Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Salve. This salve has no
superior for this purpose. It is alsb
most excellent for chapped hands,
sore nipples, burns and diseases of the
skin. For sale by all deajers. Adv.
FOIXTAIX PEX LOST
Lost on the streets, between the
court house and Graham Brothers ab abstract
stract abstract office, a fountain pen. Finder
will please return to the Star office.
3IULE FOR SALE
A good dray mule, good as a general
purpose animal. Apply to the Ocala
Iron Works. l-l-6t
The Texas Wonder ures Kidney and
of 'bladder trouble, removing gravel,
cures diabetes, weak and lame backs,
rheumatism and all irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder in both men
and women. Regulates bladder trou troubles
bles troubles in children. If not sold "by your
druggist, will be sent by mail on re receipt
ceipt receipt of $1. One small bottle Is two
months' treatment and seldom fails to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from this and other states. Dr. E. W.
Do N'ot Endanger Life Yl'hen an Ocala
Citizen Shows Yon the Way
to Avoid It
Why will people continue to suffer
the agonies of kidney complaint, back backache,
ache, backache, urinary disorders, lameness,
headaches, languor, why allow them themselves
selves themselves to become chronic invalids,
when a tested remedy is offered them?
Doan's Kidney Pill3 have been used
in kidney trouble over 50 years, have
been tested in thousands of cases.
If you have any, even one, of the
symptoms of kidney diseases, act now.
Dropsy or Bright's disease may set in
and make neglect dangerous. Read
this Ocala testimonial:
O. C. Tignor, salesman, 92 Tusca Tusca-willa
willa Tusca-willa street, Ocala, Fla., says: "I am
confident that Doan's Kidney Pills are
a remedy of merit. One of the young
er members of the family had kldney
weakness and Doan's Kidney Pills,
procured from Typings & Co's. drug drugstore,
store, drugstore, were used. The great benefit
they brought warrants me in recom recommending
mending recommending them."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United i
Remember the name Doan's and j
take no other. Adv. 1 j
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Miss Callie Rickards was a welcome Hall, 2096 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo.
visitor to our town last Friday, stop stopping
ping stopping with her friends. Rev. and Mrs.
Lane, over Saturday and Sunday. Miss
Sold by all druggists. Ad.
Fraternal Union meets tonight.
WHAT'S the use. of having a gun
and using poor ammunition?
IF you do you can't have much fun
or luck or even satisfaction, and
it takes all of these to constitute
We are Headquarters lor Shells, Cartridges, Ponder
and all Kinds of Ammunition Supplies.
Clocks of all kins and at all prices.
A. E. Burnett. Ad. I
jcveryiKJuy is liituie io caic.! cum i
but those who give a cold proper at- j
tention never have serious lung dis- j
eases. It la neglect that makes them j
serious. Prudent persons use BAL- j
LARD'S HOREHOUND SRUP as soonj
as the trouble appears and the cold is
cured at once. Price 23c, 50c and 51
per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Ad.
We have the largest and best stock of Lap Robes anl Storm Aprons
ever brought to this part of the state. To neglect to prepare yourself
with protection against the cold, disagreeable days that will soon be
here would be an unforgivable act when It Is so easy to come here and
let U3 fix you up. Our stock of buggy tops, canopies and awnings is
also complete and we have enough horse blankets for all the "old Dob
bins" in this section,
thing in our line.
Don't fall to call on us when in need of any-
OCALA EVENING STAlt, THURSDAY, JANTARY 0, 191S
QCALA EVENING STAR
Bittinger & Carroll Proprietors.
It. R. Carroll, Uuslness 3ranager.
J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered in the postofflce at Ocala,
Fla.. as second class mail matter.
What Is the difference between
lynching- by a mob and lynching- under
the forms of law? The matter was
illustrated a day or two ago by the
disposition of the case against the ne negro
gro negro charged with rape in another
county. The miserable brute was sav saved
ed saved from the hands of the mob only to
be lynched by the court, for while his
trial was conducted strictly In accord accordance
ance accordance with the forms of law, it was In
the matter of its excessive haste a
concession to the mob spirit almost as
flagrant as would have been the will willing
ing willing yielding of the prisoner to the mob
by the sheriff.
Of course the able and upright jur jurist
ist jurist who presided over the court saw
that all the forms of law were care carefully
fully carefully observed and that the defendant
had every right and privilege that the
law in its mercy conceded to him, but
the hastening of a prisoner to his
death by crowding indictment, trial,
conviction and sentence within the
space of a single day ha3 something
gruesome about it that is revolting to
the sense of legal decorum. We be believe
lieve believe that if we had the choice, for
the credit of the state we would, pre prefer
fer prefer lynching at the hands of the mob.
The Star would not have been sur surprised
prised surprised to see this in a northern paper,
edited by a man who never saw any
deeper and wider exhibition of human
nature than that furnished by a foot football
ball football game, but in the Tampa Times,
which should be well acquainted with
the subject, it is a very jarring note.
"Only to be lynched by the court"
are hard words. We don't suppose
Judge Bullock will notice them, but
they look to us dangerously close to
contempt of court; and they are cer certainly
tainly certainly a rank injustice that the half
apology after them palliates but little.
There were a great many excited
people in" Ocala during the imprison imprisonment
ment imprisonment and trial of Johnson, but there
were enough cooler headed ones to
hold them down. Even with the mo3t
angry, the first question was, is the
accused guilty? If the evidence
against him had not been direct, his
indictment and trial would not have
proceeded with such merciless swift swiftness.
ness. swiftness. Every resource of the law was
taxed to bring h's witnesses to Ocala.
If evidence had been produced at the
trial to show he was the victim of a
mistake, he would have walked out of
the courthouse free and no hand would
have been raised to harm him. If
there had been a reasonable doubt of
his guilt, the law would have protect protected
ed protected him If it had had to turn the court courthouse
house courthouse into a fortress during the days
or even weeks that it was necessary to
do him justice.
It is not necessary to railroad every
man to the gallows wth the rapidity
that is due in the case of a rapist, but
the Star thinks that at least some of
the speed in the trial of Johnson
might be shown in judging other of offenses.
fenses. offenses. This country is not suffering
from legal lynchings. It is suffering
from legal dilly-dally.
There is no delay on the part of the
criminal who commits rape, murder or
arson. Why should his indictment,
trial, sentence and punishment be de delayed
layed delayed an hour longer than is neces necessary?
sary? necessary? SHOWING THE OTHER SIDE
The Star having joined in the in-:
quiry as to why the Internal Improve Improvement
ment Improvement Board made the final payment on
the east coast canal, in spite of pro protests
tests protests of the east coast people that the
work hadn't been properly done, It is
only fair to publish the following,
written by Charlie Jones for Dixie, re regarding
garding regarding the matter:
The Internal Improvement Board of
the state of Florida has been given
criticism because of its closing up the
business episode that the state has
had with the Florida Coast Line Canal
(Some thrusts have been given to the
board that were somewhat irritating
because they left innuendos that the
board had not considered the Interests
of the people.
I know that every member of the I.
I. Board is a man of unimpeachable
integrity, and they all are successful
men, based on ability and discern discernment.
ment. discernment. These questions before the' I. I.
Board are made matters of annual
study and investigation.
No position is taken without much
-deliberation, so as to protect the state
and its people.
No step is taken or finding made
that each member has not followed out
and made his logical conclusion for the
benefit of all concerned, justly.
Whenever five men like Gilchrist,
Knott, Laming, Trammell and McRae
sign their, names over any conclusion,
you can bet your pile as a sure win winner
ner winner that the state of Florida has the
best of the deal.
These men I know personally.
I know their present doings.
I knew their antecedents.
I know their honesty, of purpose.
Governor Gilchrist has sometimes
worried me by his peculiarities.
He is an incorrigible example of the
prize from the political grab-bag; but
we had to have the governor for four
years, for better or worse.
Time will tell which was which.
But when it comes down to business
acuteness and personal honor and in integrity
tegrity integrity to carry it forward, Governor
Gilchrist can have me salute him as
always in the front of the procession.
I endorse the work of the I. I. Board
and I am glad to see the Gilchrist ad administration
ministration administration come out with a complete
showdown with the people's business,
and call the hand of their critics or
These vexed questions have had to
go through the mill, ami the business
Judgment of the I. I. Board in arriving
at final conclusions with all parties
protected is a good ending of the last
days of what can be styled the Gil Gilchrist
christ Gilchrist administration.
The Star was greatly pleased a few
weeks ago to believe that at last it
had correspondents in the two im important
portant important communities of Anthony and
Fort McCoy, but Its hopes seem in
danger of crushing again.
A XEW YEAR'S RARGAIX
Thirty acres of farm under fence
and partly cleared. Including horses,
mules, wagons, chickens, cows, calves,
hogs, implements and home, to be sold
at a sacrifice. Easy terms if desired
and prices the lowest possible.
dtf. Muncaster & Bell.
THE QUESTION" OF CREDIT
The following from the Bartow Re Record
cord Record i3 applicable to many other
towns than Bartow:
This is the thorn in the flesh of the
business world. While in many wa'3
it is a good thing, in others it Is dis disastrous
astrous disastrous both to buyer and seller.
We do not have reference to thi3
question in its broadest sense where a
man or firm borrows money and gives
a good note bearing interest.
This kind of credit is essential to
the growth and prosperity of our
The credit that hurts is where the
dry goods, clothing, druggist and
groceryman, the baker, the barber, the
doc-tor, the lawyer, milliner, hotel,
newspaper and every other line of
business, often ciedit to their friends
and patrons until they have no mon money
ey money left to replenish stock or pay their
In our time we have known dozens
of cases where good men have gone to
the wall simply by selling on credit
and not being able to collect to pay
their own creditors.
The business men of Bartow are not
alone in their complaints, but the
habit here ha3 become so disastrous
and so aggravating that the majority
of them are going to quit.
Bad creditors are not always poor
people. One prominent business man
here tells us that the richer and bet better
ter better class are far from prompt in the
payment of their bills.
And it is this latter class that
grumble and get grouchy when asked
to pay. Because they feel that they
are "good for what they owe" they
feel insulted when asked to pay.
The merchant who trusts these peo people
ple people dislikes to show impatience, but up
at the bank there arc calls from his
creditors for money and he has to
"make a raise."
The fact that Tom Jones and Bob
Smith who owe him herji at Bartow
are good for their debts, does not pay
off the sight draft at the bank, when
Jones and Smith wait month after
month to "settle up."
Another merchant of this town
tells us that practically all the ene enemies
mies enemies he has are people that owe him.
If he had never credited them, they
would be friends today and buying
We all know these things are so and
we feeL like saying amen every time
we hear of a business going on a cash
It has come to such a pass in some
cases that all the profit of the firm
has been lost in bad accounts and ex expenses
penses expenses of collecting.
Other towns over the state are tak taking
ing taking the matter up in one way or an another.
other. another. It is an evil that can not be
easily downed but its attending evils
are forcing action everywhere.
This magniflieent new shop is
now open for business. The
best equipped shop in the city.
Through sanitary, modern in
every respect. Hot and Cold
"First Class Workmen"
V. C. DETTERICH, Prop.
Harrington Hall Hotel
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
I). E. McIYER and C. V. ROBERTS
111 Work Done by Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed.
D. E. Mclver . 105
C. V. Roberts 30b
Undertaking Office 47
S. A. MOSE!
General Commission Merchant
and Dealer in
FRUITS And PRODUCE
Special attention given to out of
town shipping: orders. Fresh stock al always
ways always on hand. Telephone 209. Next
door north of Florida Auto Sales Co.,
North Magnolia street, Ocala, Fla.
Beet, Pork and Mutton
Fresh and Salt Water
Received Every Day
Prompt Service, Good Goods
and Reasonable Prices
Phone 3S1 Stall No.
"Queen of Sea Routes''
MERCHANTS' & 3IIXERS, TRANS. CO.
Savannah, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
Boston and Providence
Fine steamers; best service; low
fares; wireless telegraph. Through
tickets to and from principal points.
Send for booklet
H. C. AVERY. Agent.
L. D. JONES, C. A.,
Seminole Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla.
'Finest Coastwise Trips the World
II HI i
Well Attended and Important Meeting
The Ocala Board of Trade held a
regular session lat night with over
thirty representative citizens pres present.
ent. present. President J. E. Chace appointed a
committee on elections, consisting of
Messrs. George MacKar, K. P. Rentz,
John Thompson and iL J. Iloess.
A communication from Mott. Jr., of
Jacksonville, asking the board to take
space on his advertising bill boards
opposite the union depot in that city,
was read. On motion a space 8x10
was taken, for a period of one 5rear, at
$60 provided a conspicuous location
could be secured.
A communication was read from the
Cedar Keys board of trade asking this
body to endorse the movement to get
the channel deepened and that port re reopened
opened reopened to commerce. The movement
was heartily endorsed.
A communication was read from the
Panama-Pacific International Exhibi Exhibition
tion Exhibition Company, asking the board to
urge our state legislature to make an
appropriation to defray the expenses
of an exhibit at the exhibition in San
Francisco in 1915. Mr Chambliss
moved that our legislators and sena senator
tor senator urge the maksng of a liberal ap appropriation.
propriation. appropriation. Motion was carried.
A communication was read from the
Commercial Association asking this
board for its cooperation in having the
western part of Florida cut off for a
new state. The communication was
filed for information.
Mr. J. L. Edwards made his report
on the expenses of entertaining the
state teachers during their recent con convention.
vention. convention. Mr. E. E. Robinson of the standing
committee, reported progress and ask asked
ed asked for further time in which to com complete
plete complete liis report.
A resolution was offered and carried
asking the legislature to pass a bill,
enlarging the boundaries of the city
of Ocala, the line3 of such increased
limits to be decided on later. On mo motion
tion motion the chair was asked to appoint a
committee to look into this matter and
report at the next regular meeting.
The chair appointed the following gen gentlemen
tlemen gentlemen on the committee, Mr. George
Rentz, Mr. J. L. Edwards and Mr. F.
Mr. Carroll spoke of the need of
changing the charter of the city dur during
ing during the next session of the legislature,
so that appropriations might be made
for advertising purposes and for char charity,
ity, charity, both of which are now prevented
by the charter. Mr. Carroll was nam named
ed named a committee of one to draw a reso resolution
lution resolution covering the matter.
Treasurer Jake Brown made his re report:
port: report: Collections, $942.44; expenditures,
$729.26; balance on hand, $212,58.
Mr. Meffert asked for the number of
the members of the board. The secre secretary
tary secretary gave them at 59.
The secretary read his written report
for the year, wh'ch is as follows:
On motion of Mr. Carroll, a vote of
thanks was tendered the secretary for
Mr. Fred Magaw and Mr. J. T. Mc McCarthy
Carthy McCarthy of Gainesville, addressed the
board in the matter of building a
steam railroad from Silver Springs to
Ocala, to connect with a boat line at
the Springs to Jacksonville, equip
and operate said line for the benefit
of the Ocala merchants, and guarantee
them a freight rate from Jacksonville
of 40 cents instead oi 62 cents per
hundred, the present rate. They pro proposed
posed proposed to build and equip such line for
75,000 in stock and $75,000 in bonds,
the bonds to be given as a bonus for
the stock, and the citizens of Ocala to
take two-thirds of tlfe amount and they
to have $38,000 in cash and $25,000 in
bonds. They promised to place the
stock of the company, which they pro proposed
posed proposed to call the Ocala Terminal Co..
in the hands of a voting trust, compos composed
ed composed of three reputable citizens of Ocala,
who would look after the citizens' in interest.
terest. interest. A great deal of discussion was
indulged in by the different members
and many questions were asked
Messrs. Magaw and McCarthy, and
freight rates were discussed in gen general.
eral. general. After more than an hour's talk,
the matter was referred to the com committee
mittee committee on transportation to look into
and report at the next regular meet meeting.
ing. meeting. The application of Joseph Bell was
received and he was voted into mem membership
bership membership of the Ocala Board of Trade.
The board then adjourned to Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening, Jan. 22, when election
of officers for the ensuing year will
Report of R. C. Muncaster, Secretary
Ocala Hoard of Trade
To the officers and members of the
Ocala Board of Trade, I extend greet greetings
ings greetings and wish for each of you indi individually
vidually individually and for the Board of Trade
every good wish for the year 1913.
The annual meeting this evening
marks the end of one of the most suc successful
cessful successful years of the Ocala Board of
Trade and it is to be hoped that with
the foundation we have laid that we
will be able to accomplish greater and
better things in the future that will
result in good for Ocala and Marion
In the past year we have added to
our membership in a manner that is
certainly gratifying and we hope that
1913 will see us numbered among the
largest boards of the state. With the
earnest effort of each member of the
board we will soon start a vigorous
campaign of membership. Let this be
a request for a membership of 300 and
when we reach that mark let us start
for even a bigger board as it is in
having everyone interested in our
work that we can accomplish the most
To the members of the various com committees
mittees committees the secretary is greatly in indebted
debted indebted for assistance in his work and
it is with their help only that some
of the things aceompl'shed have been
made possible. Their unselfish devo devotion
tion devotion to the cause of upbuilding the
board is appreciated and I take this
means of making acknowledgement of
their services and of my gratitude.
We now have a civic committee that
is hard at work ajid will accomplish
great good for Ocala. It is in strict
harmony with the Woman's Club, and
the two organizations by harmonious
work can accomplish a great deal of
good, which will result in a city beau beautiful.
tiful. beautiful. We hope that during the com coming
ing coming year to be able to bring men and
women to our city to assist us in this
work of civic improvements and who
will help us carry out the plans as
already outlined by our committee.
During the year we have had a
number of conventions in our city and
to the Board of Trade is due more pr
less credit for their entertainment and
enjoyment and each visitor that leaves
our city feeling that he or she has
been royally entertained means more
and better advertising for Ocala. The
convention of the Florida Educational
Association, which has just closed,
means that we have about 600 people
now boosting for our city. We have
secured the convention of the State
Chamber of Commerce to be hell here
this year and this will mean that we
will have within our gates represen representatives
tatives representatives from every Board of Trade in
the fctate and if they are allowed to see
the advantages offered by Ocala they
will all be working for our city in the
I wish to take this opportunity to
thank our local papers for the assist assistance
ance assistance they have given the Board of
Trade in the past and to them and to
them alone the credit of a great deal
of our success is due. The unquestion unquestioned
ed unquestioned fact that no greater power for
good exists in any community has
been amply and fully demonstrated
and it has been a pleasure to all of the
members of the board to see the loyal
support of the Ocala Banner and the
Ocala Star to the Board of Trade.
Their work has certainly been com commendable
mendable commendable and we hope for a con continuance
tinuance continuance of this assistance.
In line with the ideas of progress
the board has gone on record as be being
ing being in favor of good roads and we
hope not only entertained good roads
conventions in our city but we have
done all in our power to further this
great cause. It is to be hoped that
we will be able to continue along this
line of development of our county and
I suggest good strong work along this
line in future on the part of the good
roads and rivers committee. Our riv river
er river committee has been active along
the line of establishing a boat line
from here to Jacksonville and it is to
be hoped that their efforts will be
crowned with success as this is th
only way we see at present to get re relief
lief relief from oppressive freight rates,
which are certainly retarding the pro progress
gress progress of our city.
Our resource committee while just
in its infancy has a great future be before
fore before It and it is to be hoped that ev every
ery every member of the board will do ev everything
erything everything possible to assist it in its
work. In this way we will be able to
show to our numerous visitors and ex explain
plain explain in a satisfactory manner by
correspondence what Marion county
can and will produce. This I consider
one of the most important moves made
by the Board of Trade and if it accom accomplishes
plishes accomplishes nothing further than this one
work it will have accomplished a
Time will not perm't that I go ex extensively
tensively extensively into the many things ac accomplished
complished accomplished by the board during the
year but it may be of interest to our
members to know that the average
correspondence and requests for liter literature
ature literature is steadily growing and it shows
that some of the work of the past is
bringing results and this will result
in the final upbuilding of our com community.
munity. community. The Board of Trade has no executive
functions but it is a strong instru instrument
ment instrument of the people and it behooves us
to proceed with prudence, to the end
that our actions may be such as to
commend themselves to an ever crit critical
ical critical public.
THREE NIGHTS COMMENCING
Usual Matinees, Snappy Vaude Vaudeville,
ville, Vaudeville, Elaborate Costumes
Band Concert Nightly
HIGH CLASS ROYALTY PLAYS
STRONGER THAN EVER BEFORE
Complete Change Nightly
25, 35, 50C
HOGAV & CO'S. XEW SALOOX
West Side of Public Square
Everything Brand New,
Clean and First Class.
Excellent Table Board
Quick and Efficient Service
Best Short Order House, and
Most Moderate Prices in the City
YOU WANT TO EAT,
WHEX YOU WANT IT AXD AS YOU
BETWEEN HOGAN & CARLISLE
WHITE STAR TRANSFER CO.
COLLIER BROS. PROPRIETORS,
aggage. Freight, Pianos, Furniture
and Safes a Specialtj. Careful and
Prompt Attention Given All Orders.
Accurate Building Plan?, Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands sur surveyed
veyed surveyed and platted. Ciose estimates
made on erection of buildings of any
character by contract or on a com commission
mission commission basis. Write or consult me at
Northwest Corner Ocala House Block
OCALA - FLORIDA
AFTER THE MEETING
OF THE ASSOCIATION
Some Reflection of What Wa Done
and What Was Left Undone
Our State Educational Association
has come and gone. We went to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville a year ago and secured it for
Ocala and Marion county. We brought
to Ocala and the county a feast of rich
educational thought and privilege of
association that can from the nature
of things so to but a limited number
of the cities of the state and to those
places at long intervals of time. It
met with Ocala twenty-two years ago
and again eleven years agro and we
cannot expect to have the honor of
entertaining this body again for prob probably
ably probably a longer period of time in the
future as the number of places capa capable
ble capable of entertaining the educators is
increasing- and there is always an
active rivalry between a number of
places for the privilege, as was seen
here between Key West and St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, each of which made flatter flattering
ing flattering offers.
It was a most congenial meeting.
Ocala fll in love with the association
and the association fell in love with
Ocala. It was helpful and uplifting to
each. Most of the citizens approach approached
ed approached contributed liberally to the enter entertainment
tainment entertainment fund and I wish to express
my cordial appreciation of the spirit
shown in the contributions and the
active interest of the committees from
the Board of Trade and citizens and
the Woman's Club in receiving the
members and making them at home.
Particularly do I wish to thank the
citizens who so kindly tendered their
automobiles and took an interest in
getting them to Silver Springs and
It was the universal expression that
the meeting was one of the very best
in the history of the association and
of appreciation of the manner in which
they had been entertained.
The only regrettable feature was
that despite the fact that notices had
been published widely urging a good
attendance of the teachers, trustees
and supervisors of Marion county, that
there were very few of the trustees
and supervisors of the county present
and worse than that, there were many
of the Marion counts'- teachers who
failed to avail themselves of this su supreme
preme supreme opportunity to come in contact
with this splendid educational force. It
can hardly be understood that a teach teacher
er teacher in Marion county would allow him himself
self himself or herself to miss an opportunity
of this kind. Of course, there may
have been a few cases in which it was
impossible to attend but the teacher
who was in position to attend and fail failed
ed failed to do so did himself, his school and
the county a gross injustice. We had
3il paid membership fees and these
came from every section of the state.
Let us resolve to either align our our-selves
selves our-selves with the educational forces of
the county and state or find a calling
that is worthy of our hearty and loyal
I wish also to thank the Ocala Ban Banner,
ner, Banner, the Ocala Star, and the Florida
Times-Union and many other papers
of the state for the publicity given the
meeting before it convened and the
very full accounts of the proceedings
published during the session.
Let those who can do so plan to at attend
tend attend the next meeting one year from
now at Key West. Very truly,
J. II. Brinson,
Superintendent of Marion County.
THWKS TO THE SCHOOL, HOARD
South Lake Weir, Fla., Jan. 7.
The patrons of the South Lake Weir
school district wish to extend their
thanks to the honorable school board
of Marion county for granting them a
school. E. C. Albertson and others.
FULLER & AYER
DIC W. IC. LATE
Specialist Eye, Ear, Xose and Throat
Office, Law Library Bldg, Ocala Ad.
A fine line or guns, ammunition,
hunting coats and leggings at the Ma Marion
rion Marion Hardware Company. Ad.
LOST A gold-plated Confederate
cross of honor attached to silk fob.
Lost on streets or about town. Finder
will be rewarded by leaving at Star
office or with T. D. Lancaster, Jr., at
the Munroe & Chambliss Bank. Ad.
Ocala invites correspondence from
cigar manufacturers with a view of
inducing them to locate here. If in interested,
terested, interested, address your communications
to R. C. Muncaster, secretary, Ocala
Board of Trade.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping, modern con conveniences.
veniences. conveniences. Apply 161 S. 3rd street,
east Ad. 12-17-tf
FOR RENT Six room house for col colored
ored colored tenant, near Brick church. See
Gillen, No. 1. South 5th street.
FOR RENT Two-story house with
every modern convenience. Apply to
Joseph Bell. 12-13-6t
FOR RENT Offices n Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
An elegant line of lawyers manu manuscript
script manuscript covers, in any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
A regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Marion Hardware
Co. will be held in the ofSce of R. S.
Hall, Ocala, Fla., on Jan. 14th, 1913, at
10 o'clock for the transaction of such
business as shall come before the
meeting. R. S. Hall, President.
C. E. Nelson, Assistant Secretary.
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE
For sale cheap for cash, a 40-hp.
Jackson touring car, fully equipped
and recently overhauled and put in
thorough repair in every respect- A
big bargain in a fine car. R B. Meffert,
Ocala, Fla. Ad. 12-17-tf
We have the new crop of garden and
Seld seeds far fall and winter planting.
Among them are turnips, rutabagas,
onions, cabbage, lettuce, beans, etc
The seed are the most reliable, the
freshest and best that can be had. Ty Ty-3:ngs
3:ngs Ty-3:ngs & Company. Ad.
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE CHEAP
A four-cylinder, two-passenger car
in first class condition in every respect.
Cheap for cash. Apply at this ofSce.
DRAY FOR GENERAL DELIVERY
Mr. A. S. Burgess has gone into the
transfer and delivery business. He
has a big dray and a team of power-
The Independent Farmer can usually.
" be inden tified by the bank check book
This is an indication of his standing,
and his idea of business accuracy.
Many farmers are profiting by bank
connections, and we will be pleased to
- show you the advantages of paying by
check instead instead of carrying a roll
We will also be glad to talk to you
concerning loans should you need funds
to make and market your crop.
THE MUNROE & CHAMBLISS BANK
F. E. McCLAXK, M. D.
Specialist iu Chronic Diseases
THE DR. nVCLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND
Dr. McClane's Residence, 407.
Note: Call made by upeclal appointment. Special Gentic Urinary- Glial
after 7 p. m. eacii flay.
ful mules, with competent men to
manage them, and will haul and deliver
your goods with promptness and good
care. Call phone 470. Ad.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches t
any hour. Ad.
STERLING SILVER FLATWARE
I have over $4,000 worth of Sterling
Silver flatware In the store the latest,"
most stylish, silver and the very best
grade manufactured. The prices are
as attractive as the goods. Come in
and look over the stock and select
such articles as you want for your yourself,
self, yourself, the family or friends. Gifts from
this stock last a lifetime and are al always
ways always a source of pleasure and satisfac satisfaction,
tion, satisfaction, both to the giver and those who
receive them. A. E. Burnett,
(Ad. tf) The Jeweler.
BUY. SOOX OR BE SORRY
Trices of all unsold lake front lots
at Lake Weir will be advanced Jan January
uary January 15th. R. L. Martin, Merchants
block, Ocala, Fla. 1-13-14
SOME FIXE MACHINES FOR SALE
We have a brand new, 25-inch Chand Chandler
ler Chandler & Trice paper cutter and a seven seven-column
column seven-column stereotyping outfit, complete
except furnace, taken "n with another
shop. Will sell either or both cheap
for cash. Write at once if interested.
Ocala Star, Ocala, Fla.
CAR OF MULES
I will unload and have at my place
on West Broadway, Jan. 6th, a car of
the largest and finest mules shipped
to this market this year, this making
by tenth car this season. Come and
look them over. II. J. Nichols.
Great values In ladles' coat suits,
cloaks, bath robes and komonas at
Helvenston & Pasteur s. Ad.
DR. A. L. BLALOCK
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
OFFICES OVER THE
COMMERCIAL DA XIC
DR. L. F. BLALOCK ;
'Phone 211 Ocala. Fla. :
J. E, GHAGE
Rooms 0, 10 and 11, Second Floor.
M, C. IZLAR
Law Library Building
OCALA, - FLORIDA
DR. D. M. BONEY
Optometry Office and Laboratory
9 to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 4:20 p. m.
Rooni3 2-6 Gary Building, Ocala, Fla,
W. C. BLANGKARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. -BOX 4fl OCALA. FLA.
n.WE your car pai.vted
Suite 1 to 7 Holder Block, Southwest
Corner of Public Iquare
Roll Top DesK $22.00
$7.00 Typewriter Chair 4.00
One Vudor Veranda Screen.. 1.73
One Veranda Swing Scat .... 2.00
One Mission Parlor Set. Three
Pieces, Leather Upholstered 21.00
One Mission Library Table. . 0.50
One Chest Carpentei Tools,
big bargain, only 18.00
Several Extension Dining Tables
from S3 to $11.00. Worth double.
Many other bargains, too.
Hack of Marcus Fr&iit's
. FOR J ALE
Two Housea on Daitgaerty Street
One Five Room Cottage on Henry St.
Forty Acre Farm Two Miles Southrant
Two Hundred and Sixty Arre Farm Six
allien South of Ocala
Furnished Rooms on oklnwaha Are
nur, Three quare from
Apply to the
MARION AOCOUNTINB CO.,
FLORIDA FIRE AND CASUAUTY
WE CAN SUPPLI YOU WITH
For AH Purposes, Whether Your
Requirements are for Home Use
Or for a Carload.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH US.
OCALA ICE & PACKING CO.
The very acme of quality In
3 always to be had here where qual qual-ty
ty qual-ty and close prices so hand In hand.
We will convince you that this Is the
market for you to patronize If you will
but grant ua the trial. Phore 108.
V. H. MARSH, PROPRIETOR
FORMERLY ED IV .4 CDS' MARKJCT
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates Ma3e on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.
,.. -T-" f in"
..WPJi wMi. i iiium nj.li A'JJlfwii .ill. 1 i. urn mi
W 7"AS BE.2J-T
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JAXUARV 9, 191S
BEGIN WITH Sl.OO
I thought sure I had lost my bank book recently. I called up the cash cashier,
ier, cashier, Mr. IHitch, and asked him what Icould do so the finder could not draw
my money. He told me there was no danger of that. Even if a dishonest
person should find my bank book he cannot withdraw the money without a
written order from me. They have my signature on file so no one can forge
1 found the book later, and when I got my pay envelope, I deposited ten
dollars first thing. 111 not spend that ten foolishly. I think I can bank fif fifteen
teen fifteen next month. Of course I'm not .spending as much as I used to, but this
bank book sure looks good to me.
THE WAY TO SAVE HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH
I am keeping at my Sales Barn and Lot, on
West Exposition Street three blocks west of the
court house square,
a Fine Drove of
Horses and Mules
Animals for all pur purposes,
poses, purposes, and at reason reasonable
able reasonable prices. I go to
market e a c h two
weeks and select the
stock in person and
get the very best.
Call at Ihe Lol, you will find sorae Stock to suit you,
if it is one or dozen head you need, I have them.
LIVE STOCK DEALER
Ve have One of Ihe
in the State, Without
kind that do not tarnish,
1 ...t -r-
green and blue ones, and many other colors and
shades and all of the different shapes and trimmings.
' We will take great pleasure in showing you our
line of beds, and can certainly please you in this
McIVER & McKAY
THE FURNITURE AfiD HOUSE FURNISHINGS STORE
...- rr 1
We have iust received another carload of stock. ri his car
cnotaiued some exceptionally
in person, in the Atlanta markets by Mr., lompkins
(Jail at tne barns ana looKinearove over, wnne ine se ec j,;,;-;; other oundi U Bouie Sunbeam Boiled cider. .35c
tiOll is lame, and pick OUt What yOU need. jrienty of'" fruit trees, oranae. peach,! U-lb Van Houten's Cocoa 25c
G Spear, plum, etc., one and a half miles -lb. Van Houten s Cocoa 4oc
The Animals arc Guaranteed and the Prices andj-nh of rn ai. ;r part.i tLenxiract:!
Terms are Right. Respectfully,
BROADWAY AND 14th ST.
:table, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
'ay and up.
Special Weekly Rates.
s I-'pimii a Hiarv IS i
Prettiest Line of Beds
Excepting any Firm.
We carry over fifty differ different
ent different styles, and nearly as
many different price?.
There are handsome white
enameled, with little cr no
bras trimmings, then there
are solid brass beds, the
and there are pretty dark
fine horses and niu'es, selected
European Plan, 11.00 per day and up
srchill & Co.
r i An ni n nnnimnrnnrn
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
Fraternal Union meets tonight.
oose meet th
is even in:
Woodmen meet tomorrow night.
Mr. F. M. Harp of Eureka was at the
otau nuu.-e la.-i 111:11.
Go to the Ocaia seed Store for fresh
Six reels and
vaudeville Temple j
. j This firm, which has just completed
C. P. Dickinson of Orlando is at the j the Harrington Hall hotel, has in ad ad-Harrington,
Harrington, ad-Harrington, idition to the Sumter county job, sev-
,; j eral others now in course of con-Icy-Hot
bottles at the Court rharm- struetion. It is finishing up the new
acy. Ad. (courthouse at Brooksville, a specially
jfine building, and only a few months
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. MeKenzie are at:ago completed the United States post-
the Ocala House.
Six reels and
White Clover Flour Is better,
Mr. K. N. DeLoni? of Candier was at
the Ocala House List night. j
Deputy United States Marshal Bun Bun-dix
dix Bun-dix of Jacksonville is in the city.
See our classy line of stationery. It
Is without an equal, a ad its at the
Court Pharmacy. Ad.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Herbert and
'daughter of Nashville are at the Har Harrington.
rington. Harrington. Cabbage, conard,
plants for sale at
-ttuce and onion
the Ocala Seed
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Rogero and daugh daughter
ter daughter of Palatka were at the Ocala House
! A full line of enameled ware and
I flower pots at a bargain at the Ocala i
,Seed Store. Ad. j
Mr. T. H. Carroll, the Jacksonville
fertilizer salesman, was at the Har Harrington
rington Harrington last night.
i Preserve your arttstic Board of
jTrade certificate by having it ffamed
i at the Ocala News Co. Ad.
Mr. James D. Baker, a hustling in
surance man of Jacksonville,
ithe Harrington last night.
WANTED Room with plain Chris-j
nan iaay. .u.iress, iioomer, iioara-
man, i la. i
Mrs. B. Morrison and Miss L. Mor- I
;rison of Inverness are at the Ocala
Edison phonographs and nearly two
thousand records to select from at A.!
E. Burnett's. Ad.
Tearl tooth brushes are sold at
Gerig's Drug Stores at 25c. and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ad.
Stop coughing by using Cherry Bark
Cough Syrup. Sold only at the Rexall
Six reels and
Nyal's Corn Remover
FOR RENT Three rooms, furnished
or unfurnished, for gentlemen. Mrs.
iT. M. Floyd, 44 South Main street. Ad.
Many beautiful pieces of hand hand-painted
painted hand-painted china at Burnett, the jewel-
Mr. D. IL Irvine of Orange Iake
nn w' n ounct rf tha f Inq lo T I n ti I let
Rich, j-ellow pound cake, the kind
mother used to make, can be had at
Carter's Bakery. Ad
Six reels and
On hand 100 gallons bouse paint nt nt-ftortecl
ftortecl nt-ftortecl colors to dispose of at n ac ac-rlflee.
rlflee. ac-rlflee. Call on Jos. AV. Dodge. 12-10-tf
All kinds of fancy cakes and cookies
in stock each day or baked to order
at Carter's Bakery. Ad.
Mr. L. Coles. Mrs. C. H. Coles and
Miss Ethel Butler made an auto party
from Gainesville at the Harrington
! Mr. B. R. Stripling. one of the
steadiest insurance men on the road,
is in the city aanin after several
I TIelvenston & Pasteur's is the place
j to buy blankets, comforts and coun coun-jterpnnes.
jterpnnes. coun-jterpnnes. Large assortment and great
i values. Ad.
;p-ncer of th
' ' "
car.iMl l-Hl ,,i.,i!,ol,h- nl,! t n
go tin his run again next week,
ing his illness, h"'s place has
filled by Conductor Livingston.
Toilet articles, manicure sets, finei3 Caus Ilominy ; ''c
rH an.i i,rsc 0n o- o n t '2 Cans Sunbeam Shrimp 2oC
sods- at the court Pharmacy Ad
mil SALE SO acres of land, part
Reels, lines and all kinds of fishing i 1 Bot. 25c. Size anila Extract .20c
tackle of the kind that gives satisfac-' 1 lb- Cracker Boy Coffee 30c
tion at the Marion Hardware Co Ad. 1 l"te House CofTee 40c
12 lbs. White House Coffee 75c
The ocala Bartenders Union held HsU Glass Deachnut Bacon 35c
regular monthlv meetin- Sundav an d 1 GUiss Beachnut Beef 35c
elected the fop.,w;nar ofer- K 1 1 Can Beachnut Beans 10c
Drevfous. president: G TV. Davis, vk-e i Beaclmnt Peanut Butter 10c 15c 25c
ires lent: v. s red rick. setretarv ( Beachnut 'a-lint Catsup 15c
and treasurer; Walter Perkins, in?. c- i Beachnut Apple Jelly 15c
tor: James Knaresser. inside srnardJ IJeacIulut Grape Jelly 20c
ni.,n t, ?r, v., .a ,.,,, Beachnut Quince, Rk1 Currant
ey in the tr
WEATHER FOHEC ST
Generally fair tonight and Friday, :
cooler tonight except northwest por- j
tion, Friday northwest portion. f
MTCESS FURNITURE CO.
New and second-hand furniture
bought and sold. Come and see
whether you can find a bargain in fur furniture.
niture. furniture. South Main street. Ad.
COMHACT G1VE.V TO
JKNKIXS & COMPANY
ThU HHiahle Oeala Firm Will Hulld
tbe Slimier I'guntr Jail
Messrs. J. F. Jenkins and G. K. Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, of this city, do'ng business as
j J. F. Jenkins & Co., yesterday secured
the contract for the building of the
new coart house and jail for Sumter
county, at Rushneil, the new county
The contract is for 65.S73 and the
fact speaks well for the reputation of
J ..-,,,,.,. i
i ill 111 as uuu aim iciiauie uuiiu-
jers that the lowest bid was more than
a thousand dollars lower than theirs.
The work of building will commence
at once. T;ie jail will be fireproof and
the courthouse practically so.
j buildings will be constructed of brick.
'office building at Troy, Ala. Some of
jits other recent work is the Ocala
National Dank building and before the
; partnership was made, Mr.
! built the Ocala postoffice.
IIANDSOMH NEW HOMES
of Mer. Ten Eyek nnd Cnrmiehael
Itelng Added to Ocala'w
Mr. M. A. Ten Eyck's new home,
which will be both pretty and unique.
is being built on South Second street.
T i .-1 1i .1 inlf.-in- ri 1 'V 1 n rr 1 1 TIT Vi tvi rfi. i-v
, ,, ,
.mi, nii- .ni.-. i.at uiiLiiaci 1 ii- t
lii t a 'iui k 1. uiuiiivivi uii -,11. jiaitda
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Franks audition on Last Fort Kins'
Ocala, Fla., Jan. 8, 1913
Pjrrrrc flnala Hpidhtc flaJrv
Owillg tO the fact that We;rooms with a delicate fragrance. Qu
, tities of Bugle lilies were also u
are unaoie to couect a great
minvnfmir irfminN nn -nd bon"bon disnes filled with candies.
many oi our accounts, on anuiwhich were enjoyed during the games
after Jailliary 15, We Will Sell of wh5st- Score.-: were keit on tallies
. inscribed with "Happy New Year,"
OUr milK and Cream IOr Cash; this being the first meeting of the club
, i in 1913. The top scorer among the
OCALA HEIGHTS DAIRY
sn,vi:u th nv
T. MARGARET'S GUILD
The ladies of St. Margaret's Guild of
Grace Episcopal church will hold a
series of silver teas, the first to be
held at the residence of Mrs. G. T.
Maughs Saturday afternoon, Jan. 11th,
from 3:30 p. m. to 6 p. m. A musical
Program will be given. Not only the
(.uububuiwu i -'t
. i . : '. in T ii..
ui:ier ueuuuiinunuiis win oe K'itojy
3IOTIII.V WOODMMY MEETIXfi
Fort King Camp, W. O. W.. will hold
its regular monthly meeting at Yonge's
hall Friday evening, Jan. 10, and in
stall officers for the ensuing year. The
business meeting will be followed by
the annual banquet of the camp. All
the choppers should be present.
A cam, roil THIS 3lOOR
It is hiuhly neces?arv-or all mem members
bers members of Ocala Lodge No. 690, L,. O. O.
M.. to be present at this eve evening's
ning's evening's meeting. There is business on
hand that will not admit of delay.
i. c. Mi;irriN;
Dickison Chapter, U. D. C, will bold
its regular business meeting Friday
iifternoon, January 10th,; at 3 o'clock,
at the residence of Mrs. E. M. How Howard.
ard. Howard. Dues are payable. A full at attendance
tendance attendance is desired.
Mrs. S. R. Whaley,
There will be a meeting of the
Ladies' Association of Greenwood
Cemetery at the residence of Mrs. R.
A. Burford on Wednesday, January lo,
1013. at 3 o'clock p. m., to elect of officers
ficers officers and transact business. All lot
owners are urged to attend.
Mrs. R. A. F.urford, Pres.
Six reels and
The lamp posts for the lights around
the Harrington have been erected and
lights wiil soon be in place. There
will rt Hn.itpr of five lamos on
each post, and they
..in rYioi.- o,ii.
vicinity as bright as day. One post
is at the corner of Main and South
; first streets, one a little nortn or tne
j hotel office and the third on South
First street opposite the eastern cor cor-Incr
Incr cor-Incr of the Methodist church. They
will make that part of the city bril brilliant.
liant. brilliant. 102 lbs. Meal or Grits.
14 lbs. Whole Rice $1.00
Large liueket Snowdrift $1.10
l'ure Home Made Lard ier can
Sweet Potatoes per peck 20c
Cream of Wheat 15c
Seven Cars Lenox Soap 25c
11... 11-1. ll,..;a rnffso
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Six cars Lpot borax oap -jc
2 Cans Iz-lb. Ocean Gem Salmon. 2oc
2 Cans Sunbeam Salmon 35c
j 1-lb. I'kjx. unteam jsuua. .
!;5 l'kgs. Sunbeam Mince Meat
. 1, 1 I "1 I
'Kj;s. nuuwoui x a
r.. j x 1'ks;. sunucaui uaimcm
2 Bot. 10c Size lamia Lxtract. loc
1 Hot. 25c. Size Lemon Extract .20c
and Grape (individual size).. 10c
'Beachnut Cranberry Sauce 25c
ttfl SOU Hi
A oman's Clnl Mght at the Temple
Last night Mr. C. Green, the popular
manager of the Temple, gave a cer certain
tain certain per cent of the proceeds to the
Woman's Club to go towards its build building
ing building fund. Several club members ar arranged
ranged arranged a musical program which was
H.OT, H VJ V i
had been shown. The first was a" bar-
itone solo by Dr. F. Blaloek. Dr.
Cialock has a splendid voice and his
rendering of "Out on the Deep" was
greatly enjoyed. Mrs. Blalock played
his accompaniment. The next was a
piano selection by Miss Ethel Hay Hay-craft.
craft. Hay-craft. Miss Haycraft is a music pupil
at Brenau College and promises to be
a noted musician. Little Miss Marjory
Jerry, the young daughter of Mr.
Jerry Burnett, played a pretty violin
selection. She was accompanied on
the piano by her sister, Miss Marie
Burnett. Another enjoyable musical
piece was played by Miss Gertie Fev-
jser, who is one of Ocala's most gifted
1 musicians. Mrs. Frank Wetherbee
1 then recited "America's Conversion."
j She is a splendid reader, having stud stud-j
j stud-j ied for the stage, and last night she
jwas at her best. This was the first of
1 a series of Woman's Club nights and
'the Temple was well filled, almost all
ithe seats down stairs being taken and
!a large tiumoer upstairs.
frs. Itheinmier Hosiesn of Club
rs. Charles Kheinauer at her .ft-
raettve home on
Fort King avenue.
, charmingly entertained the
of the Married Ladies' Card Club of
which he is a prominent member and
e . , .
Ja few special friends, this afternoon at
j There were six tables of congenial
; players and the parlors and library in
Iwhich they were placed were beauti-
b" enormous vases of gorgeous
Minnie Trace roses, which
imported collar, made of hand-embroidery
and Irish crochet lace and
the top scorer among the visitors re received
ceived received two exquisite handkerchiefs.
Both prizes were purchased by the
hostess when in Switzerland last sum summer.
mer. summer. For two hours the players thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly enjoyed their games after which
Mrs. Rheinauer, assisted by her niece,
Mrs. Lenorade Prince of Xew York,
served a delicicrus ice eourse which in included
cluded included strawberry ice cream with
whipped cream, black and white fruit
cake and claret punch.
Playing were the following mem members:
bers: members: Mrs. Edward Holder, Mrs. D. W.
Davis, Mrs. M. Fishel, Miss Jennie llo llo-henberg,
henberg, llo-henberg, Mrs. G. T. Maughs. Mrs. E. L.
Carney, Mrs. J. D. Robertson, Mrs. W.
S. Bullock, Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, Mrs. F.
T. Schreiber, Mrs. II. X. Looney, Mrs.
G. K. Robinson, Mrs. O. T. Green, Mrs.
Kyle and the following visitors, Mrs.
C. V. Miller, Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs. G.
S. Scott. Miss Alice Bullock, Miss Byrd
Wartmann, Miss Mattie Williams, Mrs.
Leon Fishel, Mrs. Wm
Ophelia Sawtell. Mrs. J
and Mrs. Jake Brown.
C. B. Koonee
Dr. Neville Clark returned today to
his home in Daytona. He has many
friends in Ocala who are always de delighted
lighted delighted to see him on his annual visits.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Rogers, Mr. and
Mrs. Charlie.. Rogers with some friends
passed through town this morning
from Lynne going out towards Mar Mar-tel
tel Mar-tel to enjoya quail roast in the
Miss Alice Bullock leaves Monday
for Orlando, where she will be the
popular guest of Miss Margaret Hart.
Miss Bullock expects to be away two
weeks and during that time she will
also visit Miss Ada Bumby and Mrs.
Mrs. J. M. Stoeckel and pretty
daughter, Katharine, who have been
the guests of Mrs. James Taylor, the
former's sister since Thanksgiving,
have returned to Daytona. Later Mrs.
Stoeckel will join her husband, who
has a position in Pittsburg. Pa.
Mr. G. K. Williams has returned
from a business trip to Brooksville.
Mr. Jim Rentz. who has been a
student of the Virginia Military In-
siuuie is iiuiue mvi win emer uusi-
, . . i -i in . ... t
ness with his father, Mr. E. P. Rentz.
Senator arid Mrs. Hoke Smith and
Miss Lucv Hoke Smith entertained at
a dance at 10 o'clock last night for the
young people who are their house
guests. Their home on California ave avenue
nue avenue was decorated with lilies and Kil Kil-arney
arney Kil-arney roses and an orchestra played
for the dancing. A dinner for the
house party preceded the dance and a
buffet supper was served during the
evening. Senator and Miss Smith, ac-
House before the dance. The senator
entertained at luncheon yesterday at
the eapitol for his daughter and her
house guests. Miss Rohyn Young en entertained
tertained entertained at cards in the afternoon in
compliment to Miss smith and her
house party. Washington Post.
Miss Young i- the daughter of Mr.
J. D. Young, who until recently own owned
ed owned a large acreage on the Oklawaha,
being a member of the firm of Kyle &
Mr. and Mrs. H. M Hampton are
spending today in Jacksonville, the
former going up on business and the
latter to shop.
The numerous friends of Mrs. James
Taylor will regret to hear that he has
been very ill with measles. Mrs. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor is better today but her little daugh
ter, Martha May. is sick and in
probability is taking measles.
Mr. J. M. Thomas will be host of a f
delightful byc party on the evening of j
The sixteenth to witness the nresenta-1
tion of p i-toi Days, at the Tempiel
:rnu::: Brick and can positively save
school friend?. j you money. Let us figure on
T. t r th. Tv,JyouT next order, large or
News appears an article healed eti
laette, which ought to be real by ev
ery young person a
The writer dealt a
person who neslec
d lately to a social :
well as older one.
lensrth with the
to reply imme imme-ivi:at;on
ivi:at;on imme-ivi:at;on and says:
A number of Pensaeola hostesses who j
entertain have recently declared that:
they have been discouraged lately in j
the matter of giving large entertain- ;
meats, because, the careless habit!
which prevails here of men and worn-
tn, young and old, not replying to in-
vitations makes it impossible fur a
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We are confident that you will appreciate
the great care here"" exercised in the transac transaction
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JXO. L EDWARDS. Pres. CLARENCE CAlfP, Vie Pres.
There's nothing more important to us all than PURE,
. FRESH GROCERIES, and we want to suggest that you include
lin your New Year's resolutions a determination that you will
during 1913 use only such goods as can be absolutely guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed to be the best .in their line. While we handle several grades
of GROCERIES, we stand ready at all times to fully guarantee
every package that leaves our establishment to be just as -represented,
and anything that does not come up to this guarantee
will be replaced without a question, or your money will be cheer cheerfully
fully cheerfully refunded. If there is anything more reasonable that we can
offer you to induce you to become a patron during the coming
year, just call us up by phone, write us a letter or come to our
store on the corner of Fort King avenue and South Main street
and tell us what it is, and we assure you good serviceprompt
delivery, and, in fact, satisfaction in every instance.
WHAT IlETTEIt REASONS CAX YOU ASK TIIAN THESE FOR
GIVING US YOUR GROCERY TRADE
COUNTS GROCERY CO.
J. H. J. COUNTS, Proprietor
Ocala, Phone 11 4 Florida
hostess to make the necessary ar arrangements
rangements arrangements which precede a large en entertainment,
tertainment, entertainment, especially if it be in the
nrivate residence. The hostess knows
h n invited, but some-
times until the moment she receives
her guests she does not know how
mans are coming, for as many as two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds frequently neglect to reply."
The above is, we are sorry to say, very
true in Ocala, especially if the enter entertainment
tainment entertainment is in the evening, and the
young men are invited to bring a young
lady. The Ocala men, with the ex exception
ception exception of three or four, are very neg neglectful;
lectful; neglectful; in fact, un pardonably slow, in
replying to an hostess' invitation and
Indifference is the only excuse they"
have to offer. The liosts and hostesses
of the past two weeks can fully appre appreciate
ciate appreciate the truest who makes a prompt
reply and they also know howl very
unsatisfactory it is for responses to
come in at the eleventh hour. Along
with the men who do not reply prompt promptly
ly promptly are girls and some girls have never
experienced the pleasure of "being tin
time." It is carelessness which causes
neglect of the courtesies due invita invitations,
tions, invitations, and no better resolution could
be made by young or old, ladies or
gentlemen, than to reply immediately
and to greet jour host and hostess
not less than rifteen minutes later
than the time for which you are invit invited.
ed. invited. j
A Surprise Uarty
On the night of Jan. 6th, Mr. I. I.
Hall, Sr., deacon of the First Baptist
church of Stanton, was given a sur surprise
prise surprise party by several of his friends,
all of which brought useful gifts as a
New Year's greeting. Mr. Hall is one
of the oldest -and most highly respect
ed citizens of Weirsdale.
One of our Jacksonville contempor contemporaries,
aries, contemporaries, the other day, spoke of Mrs.
Belle Doen having made her home In
that city. Ocala has not given Mrs.
Deen to Jacksonville, only made a
temporary loan, and intends to claim
her again ere many months.
The Star regrets to say that M'ss
Winnie Ilui.t is ;uite sick at her home
in the first ward.
Mr. J. IV IJuckelew arrived from New
Jersey the other day, to spend the
winter at his home here. Mr. Buck Buck-elew's
elew's Buck-elew's friends are always glad to see
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Erbs wish to an
nounce the marriage of their daughter,
Miss Lena Christiansen to Mr. William
S. Harris, on Sunday, Jan. IS, at 3:30
o'clock, Sard is church. Friends of the
family are invited to attend.
Mr. IL L. Dickson of Mcintosh was
in the city today.
Mr. E. I Wartmann of Citra was in
the city today.
IF IT IS A BRICK,
WE HAVE IT
We handle every kind of
- j Small. We Can SUpply any
- ;ni,Qntbv nnd will m Q If P
j prompt shipments.
Our Bricks are equal to
ally, UCliei tllclil muilC.
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4J8 DUVAL BUILDING, PHONE 1925
Six Keel and Vardevflle al the Temple
Tonight will be one big night at the
Temple theater, and there will be
shown six fine pictures, western and
comedy, among them the big feature
in two reels, "At Napoleon's Com Command."
mand." Command." You all saw the "Siege of Pe Petersburg;"
tersburg;" Petersburg;" well, here's another just s
good a beautiful story, exciting bat battle
tle battle scenes, a lesson in history for us
all. Don't miss this.
Miss Victoria Powell opens her
three days' engagement tonight also,
and she comes highly recommended. A
refined act, excellent singing and
dainty dancing; change of act each
night. Amateurs tomorrow.
Special matinee Saturday from 3 to
I DIM I, THEATER
The Jacksonville Times-Union of
December 29, 1912, has the following
to say of the Trojan Concert Party of
"The Trojan Concert Party, booked
at the First Baptist church last night
were the best ever before the public
here. The Trojan Concert Tarty is of
the best talent, such as is seldom seen
here at popular prices."
The program for tonight will be an
exceptionally fine one. "The Great
Steeplechase," a thrilling, gripping1,
racy drama of the turf, with all of the
intrigue of the stables, the excite excitement
ment excitement of the race, the thrill of the ac accident,
cident, accident, the glory of the winner, graph-'
ically told in the best two reels you
ever saw. See the flying thorouogh thorouogh-breds
breds thorouogh-breds spurning the turf with their
rushing feet, see them clearing hur-
dies of fence, hedge and ditch In the
glorious struggle, the fearful fall of
the foremost jockey fearlessly forging
forward toward the wire. Every foot
of film contains a heart throf for ev every
ery every spectator in the theater. You
must not miss it. A delightful love
story woven into the riot of action, re
lieving the intensity of the plot.
On Friday. Saturday afternoon and
night we will present a strong vaude
ville attraction, the Trojan Concert
Party, of Troy, Ohio, head-liners Ly-
Popular prices: 5 and 10 cents. Ad.
i i. i v. itS,
The Gady of Character
On (he Character cl Candy
depends Its fitness for
No Candy is so well fitted
and rjraciously accepted as
Candies of Rare Quality
T W. TROXLER
24 Main Street
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OCALA. EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, JASVAHY 101$
CEMENT AND CONCRETE CONTRACTOR
All kinds of 'Concrete, -Cement and Brick
construction work done. Sidewalksand Cul Culvert
vert Culvert construction a specialty.
Will make close estimates cn any job in
Brick of concrete construct icn, and' none are
too Large or too Small to be given careful at attention
tention attention and executed promptly. A card in
the Ocala postoffice will bring me to you.
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LIGHT, APPETIZING REPASTS FOR
THE HOT DAYS.
AM Kinds of Delicious Salads That
May Be Easily Prepared and Are
Inexpensive Stuffing for
As soon as the really "wrarm weather
comes In housekeepers are on the
watch for anything that will be a
change, or tend to tempt the appetites
of those in her family.
Elaborate dishes requiring time and
skill, to say nothing of their cost, she
will pas3 by, but simple, inexpensive
additions to the daily menu are sure
to be welcomed, writes Elizabeth Lee
in the Chicago Daily News. For in instance,
stance, instance, a salad made from toast and
hard boiled eggs is not a3 well known
as it should be.
To prepare it stale bread Is toasted
a light brown. The crusts are cut
away and the square cut diagonally.
One-half is piled with the grated yoll!
of egg, the other with the white finely
chopped. The two are placed together
and laid upon them may be boned sar sardine,
dine, sardine, a little salmon, lobster, or any
fish at hand, covering with mayon mayonnaise.
naise. mayonnaise. The toast is transferred to a
crisp leaf of lettuce.
As most housekeepers keep mayon mayonnaise
naise mayonnaise on hand this dish is quickly
prepared, and at very little cost, too.
For lunch this makes quite a substan substantial
tial substantial meal. Those who like peppers
will find a sprinkling of the green
shells both attractive and tasty.
Another Inexpensive salad quickly
prepared Is made by mixing two ten ten-cent
cent ten-cent squares of cream cheese with
enough cream or milk to form a paste.
To this Is added a small onion
chopped fine, a half cup of any kind
of nuts chopped, and salt to taste.
This is piled upon lettuce leaves, each
one garnished with a sprig of parsley.
In making chicken salad if one runs
short of the meat a nice way of help helping
ing helping out Is to Inclose the salad In a
ring of ham jelly. You make just a
plain jelly with the gelatin slightly
salt, and when almost cold beat in a
little cream or the white of an egg
and a half-cup of potted ham. Place
in ring shape upon the dish and fill
with the chicken salad, when you will
nave a most delicious and attractive
Any bits of food left aver in the ice
box can be used up to make a stuffing
of tomatoes. The inside of the toma tomato
to tomato is taken out and mixed with almost
anything at hAid. I have tasted the
combination of rice, a few nuts, a
hard boiled egg, a sprig of parsley,
and a tablespoonful of chopped pars parsley
ley parsley as a filling and found it very
appetizing. Salt and pepper to taste
are added and then the tomatoes are
filled. They can be baked in the oven
or put on the ice to chill just as one
prefers the raw or cooked food. Both
ways taste good.
COOKING PEAS AND CARROTS
One cup molasses, one-half cup sour
milk, one teaspoon ginger, one tea teaspoon
spoon teaspoon cinnamon, one-half teaspoon
salt; dissolve one teaspoon soda to a
teaspoon cold water; add this and
two tablespoons melted butter to the
mixture; stir in two cups sifted flour;
finally add two squares of chocolate
and one tablespoon butter melted to together;
gether; together; bake in three deep pie plate3
in moderate oven for about 20 min minutes.
utes. minutes. Vanilla Icing. Break the white of
one egg Into a bowl and gradually beat
into it one cupful of confectioners'
sugar. Beat for three minutes; add
one-half teaspoon vanilla extract and
when cake is done and still warm
spread between and on top. This
cake is best when eaten fresh.
Green Peas Waffles.
Boil the peas until tender or use
left over peas; drain until very dry,
then mash the pulp through a strain strainer;
er; strainer; pour a cup of boiling milk into a
cup of strained peas, adding a gener generous
ous generous tablespoon of butter, one of sugar
and a half a teaspoon of salt. When
the mixture cools add two eggs, yolks
and whites beaten separately; two
teaspoons baking powder, sifted with
a full cup of flour. If too thin add
more flour. Bake in buttered waffle
irons; sprinkle with powdered sugar
and serve hot with maple syrup.
Hominy Drop Cakes.
One pint of fresh boiled hominy
(cold may be used and, if the latter,
break into grains as lightly as possi possible
ble possible with a fork and heat in a double
boiler without adding water) ; one ta tablespoon
blespoon tablespoon of water, two eggs, whites
and yolks beaten separately. Stir the
yolks into the hominy first, then the
whites; add a teaspoon of salt, if not
already salted; if so, half the amount,
Drop by spoonfuls on well buttered
tin sheets or pan and bake to a good
brown in a quick oven.
Two cups bread crumbs, one cup
sugar, one cupful molases, one-half cup
raisins, a little salt and cinnamon and
two cups sweet milk, bake one-half
hour, stirring often, then add four
cups sweet milk and hake two hours
longer. It will whey and can scarcely
be told from an Indian pudding. Serve
hot with butter or cold with cream.
One teacup sweet milk, one and one one-half
half one-half cups sugar, not quite half-cup
flour or cornstarch, one teaspoonful of
vanilla flavoring. This will make fill filling
ing filling for one pie baked in large pie tin.
Bake without top crust.
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To warn people of a fearful forest
fire in the Catskills a young girl rode
horseback at midnight and saved
many lives. Her deed was glorious
but lives are often saved by Dr. King's
New Discovery in curing lung trouble,
coughs and colds, which might have
ended in consumption or pneumonia.
"It cured me of a dreadful cough and
lung disease," writes W. R. Patter Patterson,
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our family had died with consumption,
and I gained 87 pounds." Nothing so
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Many Ways cf Preparation to Suit tho
Individual Taste Peas Served
In Turnip Shells.
One way of preparing peas, and for
my own taste there 13 none better:
Blend together two tablespoonfuls o
butter and one tablespoonful of flour,
one-half teaspoonful of salt and a little
pepper, for each pint of peas. When
the peas are soft stir this Into the
peas and cook five minutes. In pre preparing
paring preparing them in that way all the flavor
and nutritive value of the peas are re retained.
tained. retained. Use care that there is not too
much water; there should be only
enough to cook the pea3 in, which Is
scarcely enough to cover them.
To Cook Young Carrots. Wash and
scrape the carrots and cut In quarters
lengthwise; then holding the quarters
together place on a board and cut
crosswise through the four quarters in
one-half inch pieces. Boil twenty min minutes
utes minutes or until soft in just enough water
to cover. They are very nice prepared
by the same recipe given for peas; and
just before serving add two teaspoon teaspoon-fuls
fuls teaspoon-fuls of parsley finely minced to each
pint of carrots.
Peas and Carrots. One cup of car carrots
rots carrots cut in small pieces as stated and
two cups of shelled peas. Cook the
carrots and peas together" until soft.
Drain; add four tablespoonfuls of
cream and one tablespoonful of butter,
one-half teaspoonful of salt and one one-eighth
eighth one-eighth of a teaspooonful of pepper.
Heat over hot water and serve a3 soon
Peas Served in Turnip Shells. TTue
the flat turnips for this dish and
choose them near of a size. Wash and
pare the turnips and with a sharp
knife scoop out the center, leaving a
shell one-half inch thick. Steam the
turnips and be careful not to overcook
them or they will fall to pieces. Put
a folded napkin in the serving dish
and place the turnips cn it; shake a
little salt and pepper over them, and
fill with cooked peas which have been
seasoned with butter, salt and pepper.
Do not waste the turnip which was
scooped out, but cook and mash it and
reserve for another meal.
A HERO IX A LIGHTHOUSE
For years J. S. Donahue So. Haven,
Mich., a civil war captain, as a light light-housekeeper,
housekeeper, light-housekeeper, averted awful wrecks,
but a queer fact is, he might have
been a wreck, himself, if Electric Bit Bitters
ters Bitters had not prevented. "They cured me
of kidney trouble and chills," he
writes, "after I had taken other so so-called
called so-called cures for years, without benefit
and they also improved my sight.
Now, at seventy, I am feeling fine."
For dyspepsia, indigestion, all stom stomach,
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I have opened a wood yard near Dr.
Boney's residence, where I have a
large stock o fireplace and stove wood
in pine and oak, all of which is well
seasoned. One dollar for a big load,
delivered promptly to any part of the
I also operaie hack service. Phone
your orders for a first class carriage
with white drivers. Phone 456.
J. A. BANNING.
First of French Monarchs.
History concedes that Clovis' 1. was
the real founder ot the French mon monarchy,
archy, monarchy, although his lather. Childeric,
held some sort ot tribal rule over
part of the country v.bicn was des destined
tined destined to become France. Clovis was
a progressive king and vastly extend extended
ed extended his domains during the period of
his rule, from 4S1 to 511. He made
endless war on surrounding tribes
and took territory right and left by
conquest. In 433 Clovis took Paris
by storm and thereupon that city be became
came became the permanent scat of the
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Was paid at a banquet to Henry Clay,
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ly costly for those with stomach trouble or
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moonlight flooded the bay window
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HAVE HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION
S. A. Davis, 827 Weshinirton St., CoccerTi!',
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w3 too trequent, c5.r.? nje to iosb ranch Stees
at eight, aad n my tiaocer there vas constant
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ELOW we show One of the Six New Models of the Hudson Cars for 1913.
These Siluit Cars will Appeal to all Lovers of Fine Automobiles. The
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A Full Line of Automobile Sundries o! all Kinds in Stock
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ST. LOCT5. 3.
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ReMef for the Superstitious.
The composer RosinS could cook
cleverly, and his most celebrated dish
was a preparation c,f macaroni. It was
a contemporary of Rossini who .aid.
"An overturned alt cellar is only a
to be feared when overturned in
good dish' which :. a good thing for
the super?titio'i? n remember.
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New Hotel Astor
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