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OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1913.
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By Henry Russell Miller,
"The Man Higher Up"
Copyright. 1911, by the Bobbs-MerriR
Reader, here is a live, gripping,
absorbing romance of politics i
not the politics of a decade ago,
but the notifies of today. A
young American of good fighting
blood and hard, fixed ideals sets
oh -to uniiish the political ma machine
chine machine of his stale vAlhout com com-pr,ms
pr,ms com-pr,ms v.'.th evil. The great mo moment
ment moment 'of his life comes when he
must sacrifice his clean hands or
ruin the father of the girl he
loves. The creative genius and
large pov.'er of the author are
even more notable than in "The
Man Higher Up," Mr. Miller's
Micts of the Morning.
r was twilight still in the vnl vnl-iey.
iey. vnl-iey. but over the hilla to the
east the sky was whitening.
- A vouns man sitting by his
window turned to poo the birth of an another
other another day. Throughout the night he
had been staring at a vision. But
weariness had set no mark upon him.
Ilia vision he did not understand, save
that for him it spelled opportunity a
chance to put into a drifting, rather
ordinary existence. pnri)seful action,
to stretch his muscles, rack his brain
and tear his soul in the struggle that
is the life of men.
lie caught up a rough towel and,
stealing quietly out of the house, walk walked
ed walked rap!Jly down the street. When the
straggling town lay liohind him he
broke into a slow trot. At a place
where many feet had worn a path
across a clover mondow he turned
from the road. The path ended at a
clump of bushes on the river bank.
Hastily undressing, lie plunged into
the green depths, from which June
had not quite taken the chill of spring.
Ilis lithe, strong body responded to
the shock. The nerves, harried. by the
long night watch, relaxed. Ele shout shouted
ed shouted lustily. For a few minutes he
swam vigorously. Then, reaching the
shore, he took the towel and rubbed
himself Into a glow. He tingled with
a sense of well being.
When he was dressed again, refresh refreshed
ed refreshed and eager for his day, he took the
path back to the highway. The sun
was climbing over the bills. lie stop stopped
ped stopped and watched it while it swung
clear in the sky. gleaming a fiery red
through the mists of the valley. The
glory of the morning was complete.
He was about to resume his tramp
homeward when he beheld a strange
procession advancing along the road, a
young woman lending a limping horse.
As she came nearer he chuckled-aloud.
The handsome pigskin saddle, the ivory
handled crop, the modish riding suit
and boots were not the equipment with
which young ladies of New Chelsea
were wont to ride.
She he.it d him and looked up coldly.
The chuckk died instantly.
"Good morning." he said. "What's
the matter with your horse? Can I
She stopped. "lie has picked up a
sto::r" she answered, "and I can't get
it out. If you will be so good"
lie vaulted lightly over the fence
that bounded the meadow and removed
the offending slone.
"Thank you." the young woman said.
"You're quite welcome." he answer answered.
ed. answered. "I'm always glad to help beauty
in distress. He is a beautiful animal,
isn't he?" he added hastily.
"Are you chaffing me?" she asked
He repressed a smile. "By no means.
Better not ride him for a little bit. un until
til until we see bow he walks. You ride
early," he ventured.
"No earlier than you swim." she re replied
plied replied briefly, glancing at his wet hair
and towel. He at once became uncom uncomfortably
fortably uncomfortably eonscious of his rather un un-Uempt
Uempt un-Uempt appearance.
"Are you staying in New Chelsea?"
"Shall you stay long?"
"Are you in the habit of cross ex examining
amining examining strangers on the road?" she
He reddened. "I beg your pardon."
he said and slackened his pace to let
her draw ahead.
"1 think I'll ride now." she said, "if
you will help me up. Crusader has
He held out Ids hand, she placed a
foot in it and was lifted to the sad saddle.
dle. saddle. She murmured her thanks. But.
although she gathoml in the reins, she
did not start away. For a moment she
sat looking at the hills, apparently ob oblivious:
livious: oblivious: of the young man's presence.
Fie wondered who she was and ven ventured
tured ventured again. "Why do you call him
She looked down at him. "Another
question? You are incorrigible."
"1 beg your pardon." he said again
stiffly and marched up the road.
Reels, lines and all kinds of fishing
tackle of the kind that gives satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction at the Marion Hardware Co. Ad.
"1 have named him that." she called
after him. "because he has plenty of
tire and spirit, but at critical times
seems to lack common sense." She
laushed. a free, musical laugh tli;it
somehow recalled the blood to his
cheeks He made no reply.
She watched him as he swung along,
frankly admiring the tall, cleanly built
figure whose lines the loose coat he
wore did not conceal. She remembered
the end of the big game eight years be before,
fore, before, when a laughing, mud stained
young athlete tore himself away from
his idolatrous companions to lay his
triumph at the feet of the day's sweet sweetheart.
heart. sweetheart. She remembered also, with a
smile, the stabbing childish jealousy
with which a freckle faced, short
skirted girl had witnessed his devotion
"And you're still here, buried alive
in this out of the way corner of the
world," she said softly. "Oh. John
Dunraeade! John Duumeade.'"
Suddenly she touched her horse with
the crop. lie bounded -forward and
clattered along until the young man j
was overtaken. She pulled Crusader
down to a walk, at which the young
man looked up astonished. Curious as
to her identity, but fearing another re reproof,
proof, reproof, he cautiously refrained troin
They went along in silence until they
reached a point where the undulating
road rose to command a view of the
valley to the south anil the town to
the north. She reined in her horse.
"What a pity one can't find words
for such a morning! And the wonder
of it is that it has recurred, we don't
know how many millions of times, al
"It makes one fee! a bit revereut"-
"It makes one feel as helpless as" as"-She
She as"-She paused for lack of a comparison.
"As helpless as some chick Will soon
feel, unless the farmer's dog scares 01
that hawk," he completed the sentence
for her, pointing. Over a barnyard in
the valley the big bird was soaring
in narrowing, lowering circles From
beneath came faintly the cries of
frightened fowls. Suddenly the hawk
swooped low to the earth. Scarcely
pausing, it soared aloft once more,
leaving panic in the barnyard and one
chick the less.
The young woman laughed. "There's
an illustration of one fundamental
"The supremacy of the strong? That's
an old theory, I know. A very pretty
one from the point of view of the
hawk. But how about the chick?"
"Oh. if one is born a chick" She
concluded the sentence with a shrug
Suddenly, With a Laugh, She Was Gone
Amid a Clatter of Hoofs.
of her shoulders "Strength is its own
law Hasn't the world always been
conquered and ru:'d by its strong?"
"I'm afraid that is true." he said so soberly.
berly. soberly. "Afraid: I should think vou would
be glad, shu t1 1 have it from the New
Chelsea Globe you are a strong man
He looked his astonishment. "You
know who i am!"
"Of course'. Hid you think. Mr
Duninade." she laughed "did you
thinU your charms outweighed the
FOR RENT Three rooms, furnishca
or unfurnished, for gentlemen. Mrs.
conventions? I am not a barbarian Ic
the habit ot philosophizing with strange
young men u:i the road before 7 o'clock
in the morning,.'"
"What did you read in the Globe?"
"The vanity of men! I read, 'Mr.
Dunmeade wiii undoubtedly make
strong candidate. The entire county
wants him. It will have him. It reads
like a patent medh ine advertisement,
doesn't it? IIuw does it feel to be
wanted by an entire county. Mr. Dun Dunmeade?"
meade?" Dunmeade?" "It is." he confessed, "rather pleas pleasantif
antif pleasantif true. Who are you?"
And suddenly, with a laugh, she was
gone, amid a clatter of hoofs.
Alone he addressed the morning.
"She said 1 am strong. 1 wonder, am
I strong strong enough?" And. search searching
ing searching his soul for the answer, he heard
This chronicle, we neglected to state,
begins at the beginning of the end of
an epoch. The epoch has been vari variously
ously variously styled a golden age. a period of
prosperity, an era of expansion. It was
all of that to a few. For others,
though they did not see it. it was a
recession, a truce in the struggle, old
as life itself, between the many and
William Murchell was a distinguish
ed member of a class whose climbing
proclivities are not subdued by the in incident
cident incident of a lowly start. He was born
in the obscure hill town of New Chel Chelsea
sea Chelsea soon after Andrew Jackson and
his contemporaries promulgated and il
lustrated the Immortal doctrine. "To
the victor belong the spoils." In the
fashion made popular by Abraham Lin Lincoln
coln Lincoln and other great men he secured
an education nnd on the day he attain attained
ed attained his majority was admitted to the
practice of law in Benton county.
About the same time he entered the
broader profession of politics, being
then a lukewarm Whig.
His military services are perhaps
best dismissed with the mention of a
certain gold medal struck in his honor,
by special act of congress, for gallant
conduct on the field of battle. The in invidious
vidious invidious have made much of this deco decoration.
ration. decoration. However, it probably required
a finer courage to resign from the colo
nelcy of his home guard regiment on
the eve of Gettysburg this indeed was
the fact to accept the less exposed of
fice of aid to the governor at the capi capital
tal capital than to face the hail of rebel bul bullets.
lets. bullets. There are many ways of express
ing one's patriotism. Later he served
his country as prothonotnry for Benton
county. Afterward he passed through
many gradations of political prefer
merit, as representative in the general
assembly of his. state, as state sena senator,
tor, senator, as state treasurer and finally as
United States senator, which exalted
office he held until but we anticipate
our history. He became in addition
leader of his party organization, ar.
euphemism employed by those who oh
jected to the term "boss."
William Murchell's creed was that
of a respectable but practical man.
He was a teetotaler and a Presbyte Presbyterian
rian Presbyterian elder and believed in the doc
trine of foreordination and in a literal
scriptural hell for those not numbered
among the elect. He believed devout devoutly
ly devoutly in the avowed and tacit principles
of his party, although he was not big bigoted
oted bigoted and would on occasion take a se
cret hand in the affairs of the opposi opposition.
tion. opposition. He had more than once read
out of the party foolhardy young men
who ventured to oppose his leadership.
He lived during at least two months
of every year in the town of his birth,
either in the square, white frame
house on Maple street or at the farm,
three miles west, which he let "on
shares." New Chelsea was a quaint,
old fashioned town lying at the head
of the Weehannock valley, quite con
tent with its population of 5,000 and
with the honor of being the county
seat, which Murchell's influence had
prevented from being moved to IMurn
ville. that thriving little factory city
fifteen miles away.
Down Main street one fine June aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon he was walking with that air
of abstraction which sits so well on
"He has big possibilities." Uncon
sciously the senator spoke alond.
His companion seemed to under
stand the reference. "He's all rfght.'
he answered. State Senator Jim
Sheohan was a big. fat gentleman with
furtive, twinkling eyes, a modicum ot
coarse good looks and a rolling, cock
sure gait bred of no misfortune. He
was a sou of power. Fifteen years be
fore he had gone to Plumville to work
in the mills, an uncouth, unlettered
Irishman, who could tell a good story,
hold unlimited quantities of liquor and
was not mi willing to work when mon money
ey money could not be had otherwise.
But not long for him had been the
grime and roar aud muscle racking of
the miils. Money could be had more
easily. Plumville was booming. There
were streets to be graded and paved,
public buildiugs to be constructed. Jim
went into polities and lecause he was
a good "vote getter" and had a cer certain
tain certain rougn talent for tdc.vame acquir acquired
ed acquired power. He opened a saloon and ac acquired
quired acquired more power. He became a con
tractor and secured many contracts
One day the -ity awoke to tne tact
that Jim Sheehan owned its govern government.
ment. government. The t-itizens cried out in protest-and.
with the habit of American
cities, little and big. submitted He
became, bv virtue of his alliance with
MurrheM, state senator from Benton
county ani leader we cling to the
euphemism-of the county organiza organization
tion organization "He's ail right," he repeated and
"En?" said Murchell "Who's all
"Why. Johnny Dunmeade. of course:
Didn't tell you how I happened to be
goin' to sef trim 'stead of the other way
round. It's a horse on me. all right."
He threw back his head, and the
chnckie became a load guffaw. "Sent
Toilet articles, manicure sets, 2ne
combs and brushes, all guaranteed
word for h;rr to come to my office last
Tuesday at '2 o'ciock sharp Guess he
knew what for. lie came, ail right. I
thought it'u do him good to cool his
heels awhile- keep him from gettin'
too chesty. Gr.ss he waited about
half an hour and then got up "Pre "Present
sent "Present uiy complini; nts to. Senator Shee Shee-han.'
han.' Shee-han.' be says to the boy. "and tell him
to go to tin devil and learn how to
keep his appointments." and left. 'Long
about 3 o"-;h k 1 strolled out and gets
his inessarre." Sheehan paused long
enough to slap his thigh resoundingly.
"He's all right. Ain't any one told me
to go to the devil for some time. He'll
be worth 00 extra majority to the
"If he'll hike the nomination."
"Take it? Of course he'll take it.
Ain't there .l..yn a year in it for him?
And mebby when his term's ended he
might go to the legislature as repre representative."
sentative." representative." "Or state senator?"
Sheehan grinned. "Say. do I look
like I was on my way to the bone bone-yard?"
yard?" bone-yard?" He became serious. "What's the
matter with tire people, anyhow? Rais Raisin'
in' Raisin' Cain all over the state just be because,"
cause," because," he added complniningly, "one
trust company went up and the cashier
shot itself. .?in"t business good?
Ain't the organization given them good
government?" he demanded.
"It has." Senator Murchell spoke
"What do they want, then?"
"I don't know. They don't know.
And as long as they don't know," Mnr
ehell said dryly, "you and 1. Jim.
needn't be afraid."
They had reached and turned the
corner of the street that bounds the
courthouse square on the north. They
stopped at a frame, two room shack
by the door of which hung a battered
tin sign. "John Dunmeade. Attorney at
Law." Sheehan led the way inside
Through the door of the inner room
came the mu filed drone of voices. The
two men seated themselves in the
anteroom and waited. Ten minutes
passed. Then the door opened and
John Dunmeade emerged, ushering out
a big. bearded farmer. When the cli client
ent client bad left the young lawyer turned
to his callers and shook hands, warmly
with Murchell and hastily with Shoe
"Will you step inside, gentlemen?"
They took seats around the old.
time stained mahogany table.
"Well?" Dunmeade's look addressed
the remark to Senator Murcheli.
The senator smiled slightly. "I'm
here only as an honorary vice presi president.
dent. president. Ask Sheehan He likes to talk."
"Sure." Sheehan grinned "I ain't
one of them that believes the feller
that don't talk is deep and wise. lie
gener'ly ain't talkln' because he can't
think of nothin to say." He paused
and continued. "Well. Mr. District At
"Isut that a little premature?" John
For answer the Honorable Jim drew
forth from another pocket a folded
newspaper, which he spread out on his
knees. Solemnly he began to read:
"We should not dignify the present
rather unsettled political conditions
with the name crisis. Hut it is tin
questionably a time when our party
must inspe. t its path a!efuliy. At
such a time it behooves it to choose
as candidates only men whose fear
iessness aud honesty are not open to
question. Benton county has this fall
to fill the important office of district
attorney. Of all those mentioned for
this post we know of none who so
well fills the bill as John Dunmeade.
the popular and brilliant young lawyer
of New Chelsea. His name" Sheehan's
voice rose to a triumphant climax "his
name has brought forth enthusiasm
wherever mentioned. The entire coun county
ty county wants him. It will have him." He
looked up. "What do you think of
"Which of you," John asked, "in
spired that editorial?"
"I did." answered Sheehan. "I
didn't write it. though." he confessed.
"Don't you think," John demanded,
a little sharply, "you might have asked
my consent before using my name as a
candidate? Do I understand you've
come here to to give me your consent
"We came to say we'd support you."
"Then let me state the case to you
as it is. The state is pretty much
worked up over that trust company
affair back east I'm not sure it
oughtn't to be worked up, either. The
farmers in this county and a good
many people ia Plumville aren't very
friendly to you personally at best. Tn
short," he laughed, "you need some
new timber to patch up the old ship of
state. And you think I'll do."
Sheehan turned to Senator Murchell
"Senator, let's me and you go right out
and resign and let Johnny here run
things. Don't you want the job?" he
demanded of John.
"I don't know yet I'm thinking it
over. But if 1 take It It will be on
"that there are no conditions. I'd
want to run my campaign and the of office
fice office according to my own notions. I'd
run it straight"
"Sure!" agreed Sheehan.
"I really mean it. you know. John
insisted. "I might even have to get
after you. Sheehan."
This to Sheehan was humorous mat matter.
ter. matter. "That's all right," he agreed
again, grinning, "if you can catch me.
You think it over. Johnny, and let me
He rose. "Well, I guess 1 must he
goin'. Are you comin along, sena senator?"
tor?" senator?" "Not just now. Sheehan." Senator
"I'll be savin good day. then."
Sheehan shook hand3 with Senator
Murchell and John and left
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R. R. Carroll, Hasiness Manager.
J. n. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In the po?tof2ce at Ocala,
Fla., aj second clas3 mail matter.
A GOOD CHOICE
The county commissioners have se selected
lected selected ex-Representative Rogers and
ex-Comrni.3.ioner Cro.sby to draw up a
road law for Marlon county, to be em embodied
bodied embodied in a bill to be presented to the
next meeting of the legislature.
The commissioners couldn't have
found two men better qualified for the
work. They will soon meet in Ilocker
& Duval's office and put their com combined
bined combined wisdom to work.
A Star reporter asked Mr. Rogers
what he thought of state division. Mr.
Rogers said he was in favor of it; the
dividing line to be at the Suwanee
river. With as good an authority as
"Colonel Bob" to back it, the Star
doesn't mind saying it .a also in favor
of state division. It thinks that this
part of the state Is no great help to
West Florida, which in sentiment and
Interest Is further apart from us than
Georgia. And eastern and southern
Florida would be better off without
the western part of the state,' a large
portion of which is unprogressive
enough to be a clog on the remainder
of Florida, particularly In the matter
of good roads.
IIOBI.VSON WANTS NO
MORE OF PORTO RICO
Mr. L. R. Robinson of New York is
in Ocala, visiting his brother, Mr. M.
E. Robinson. Mr. Robinson has just
returned from Porto Rico, which he
says is a good place for white men to
stay away from. His experiences in
his own particular case apply more or
less to other callings. We reproduce
the following from the New York
Convinced that San Juan, Puerto
Rico, is no place for a man who wishes
to make money in the moving picture
business, L. R. Robinson yesterday eve evening
ning evening from the Imper'al Hotel saluted
Broadway with Its glittering lights.
Mr. Robinson returned here minus
money which he had hoped would goJ
far toward tne investment ior a mov moving
ing moving picture theater. He enlisted the
support and advice of a friend, J. H.
Andrews, of Philadelphia.
"The first blow was received," said
Mr. Robinson, "when we were inform informed
ed informed by the city officials that the rental
of a plot of ground would be $150 a
month. I had not expected that it
would be one-third of that. It would
have cost ?200 a week to run my
show. I don't believe I could have
made nearly that after paying the cost
of living. They've got the high cost
of living out there, too yes, they have
with a vengeance.
"Rents of places that are not much
more than holes in the walls run from
$100 to $450 because they are in the
city square. I was snared Into going
through the fact that there is a pop population
ulation population of 55,000 in San Juan and only
one moving picture show.
"There were 55,000 persons all right.
Fifty thousand of them are peons that
live on beans and rice for five days a
week and nothing on the two last
days; three thousand of them are com comparatively
paratively comparatively wealthy Puerto Ricans and
two thousand are Americans.
"At the city hall, where they don't
speak a word of English, and where a
negro mayor, Roberto II. Todd, pre presides,
sides, presides, they told me that the license
would be $15 a month. They changed
that, however, over night and decided
that an American ought to pay $30 a
month license. I'm glad I didn't.
"I chanced to find a man who had a
building that would have cost about
$500 to put it into shape for my busi business.
ness. business. I offered him $250 for the option
on It. He almost accepted, but came
back the next day and said that after
some more talk he had decided that
he ought also to have one-third in interest
terest interest in the business.
"Still there's a sort of prosperity
reigning there. Men are buying leases
over other persons' heads, and rates
that were $15 and $20 are now $50 and
$60, and the houses are none too good
for that. Furnished rooms cost from
$14 to $24 a month."
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LOOK AT THE WINDOW
W'OODHKV OF THE WOULD
AImo of Ocala, Held Their Annual In In-wtallation
wtallation In-wtallation and Banquet
Ocala is a strong lodge town. All
the great orders of the country are
well represented here. And when Fort
King Camp No. 14, Woodmen of the
World, holds its big annual meeting, it
looks like all the other lodges were
holding a congress. Nearly every
man in it belongs to some other lodge,
and mot of them to two or three or
four or more. It is the biggest lodge
in town; some thirty members ahead
of the next biggest. When one Wood Woodman
man Woodman reminds another of their lodge
meeting he says, "Big lodge meets
Friday night." And they are all there
on installation night unless they are
sick or out of town, or their wives
won't let them come, which is seldom
the case, as the women haven't the
fear of woodcraft that is instinctive
with them toward other craft. So
they all come Masons, Odd Fellows,
Knights, Praters, Elks, Moose and
Eagles, as well as those who wear the
oak leaf alone stand before the home homely
ly homely but solid stump that is their altar,
and salute the viceregent of the sov sovereign
ereign sovereign commander in Omaha.
The Woodmen are popular and be believed
lieved believed in because they compose the
most solid of insurance orders the
last word in fraternal insurance, com combining
bining combining the virtues of other orders and
avoiding their mistakes. Starting with
one weak camp a little over twenty
years ago, the Woodmen are now one
of the great orders of the world, and
with their present progress are sure
of a million and a half of members by
the time their first quarter century
ends. The Woodmen is not only an
insurance society in fraternal work
it is second to none its noble and
simple ritual is as original as it is im impressive;
pressive; impressive; and no man needs suffer for
brotherly friendship and help as long
as he holds membership in the Wood Woodmen
men Woodmen of the World.
Yonge's Hall was well filled when
Consul Commander Dosh called the
meeting to order Frvlay evening, and
the choppers kept on coming in until
almost time for adjournment. Most of
the old stand-bys were there, and
scores of new members, beside many
visitors from other camps. The bus business
iness business of the evening was smoothly
carried out. Four applications were
favorably voted on and two more were
Delegates to the -head camp, which
meets in Tallahassee in March, were
elected as follows: State Organizer C.
H. Dame, Past Consul Commander B.
N. Dosh and Consul Commander J. F.
Thompson. It is the intention of these
delegates to secure the next meeting
of the head camp, in 1915, for Ocala,
and it behooveth the Board of Trade
to hold up their hands, for no finer
body of men can visit any city.
Organizer Dame, assisted by Fast
Consul Commander Little, then in installed
stalled installed the officers for this year, who
are as follows:
Consul Commander John F. Thomp Thompson.
son. Thompson. Adviser Lieutenant TV D. Lancaster,
Banker F. J. Burdln.
Clerk Chas. K. Sage.
Escort W. H. McConn.
Watchman E. P. Martin.
Centry C. C. Fraser.
Manager for three years B. N.
After the Installation, and some time
spent with conversation and brief
speeches, the camp adjourned to
Dewey's. Now Dewey feeds many
lodges, and when the average lodge
calls on him for pats he puts lines of
tables down one side of his long din dining
ing dining room and draws a chalk line be beside
side beside them. But when Fort King
Camp marches on him, he knows its
like the Florida army going to put
down an insurrection in Jacksonville,
and acts accordingly, and he surely
had his hands full Friday night. The
choppers were full too when the fes
tivities were over, and adjourned as
proud and well pleased a crowd of
lodge men as ever met in Ocala.
The next meeting will be Friday
evening, Feb. 14, on which occasion
there will be initiatory work to do.
ANOTHER MRS. SMITH
Editor Star: In this morning's Ban Banner
ner Banner appears an article signed "Mrs.
Smith," endorsing the plan of Mr. B. H.
Seymour to induce the city to accept
land of his in the north end for a pub public
lic public park. As I am the only Mrs. Smith
in the Woman's Club, and since the
Inception of the club have been on the
park and forestry committee, and have
always worked for a park the infer inference
ence inference is and evidently intended to be
that I am the Mrs. Smith who wrote
the article, and a number of my friends
on seeing it so believed.
I want the city of Ocala to have a
park but I want it to be a park in a
des'rable location, and accessible to
the people and I am entirely against
Mr. Seymour's proposition, for the fol following
lowing following reasons:
This place is inaccessible, and a wo woman
man woman is taking her life in her hands,
almost, to get there, as there are two
dangerous railroad crossings on the
This land is the poorest pine land,
the sand is several inches deep,
and it would cost a fortune to make it
possible to walk about on it.
There are no trees.
There Is one dried up pond that only
holds water in the rainy season.
It is almost surrounded by the hold holdings
ings holdings of negroes, as I sold some lots
near it to negroes when Mr. Seymour
offered It for $5 per acre, and offered a
lot to anyone who would build some something
thing something to live in on it.
I am in favor of having a park
where nurses can go with babies in
their charge and be perfectly safe.
Anybody knovs this would be impos impossible
sible impossible for many years to come in Mr.
Seymour's proposed park.
These facts about this land are well
understood by all familiar with the lo locality,
cality, locality, and I should not have thought
it necessary to write this if it had not
been for the article in the Banner,
which many people not familiar with
my opinion attribute to me.
Mrs. Dan Morgan Smith,
Of the Woman's Club.
When Charlie Jones casts his presi presidential
dential presidential vote Monday he will probably
write It "Thomas Woodrow Wilson,"
otherwise he cannot cross a t as well
as dot an i. Marianna Leader.
Woodrow Wilson claims thirteen as
his lucky number and that the claim
is well-founded will be again illus illustrated
trated illustrated next Monday. January 13th,
when he will be formally elected pres president
ident president of the United States by the elec electoral
toral electoral eollesre.- Marianna Leader.
If your children are subject to at attacks
tacks attacks of croup, watch for the first
symptom, hoarseness. Give Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as soon a3 the
child becomes hoarse and the attack
may be warded off: For sale by all
Clocks of all kinds and at all prices.
A. E. Burnett. Ad.
A 22 Room, Kitchen and Pantry Hotel. Two Stories. Located on the block next to Pass Passenger
enger Passenger Depot of Seaboard Air Line. Lot Measure 115 ft. on Magnolia Street, with a Depth of 280 ft.
giving plenty of room for kitchen garden and out building.
Price $4,000.00 One Half Cash Banance in 1, 2 and 3 Years, at 6 per cent Interest.
This is one of the Best Real Estate bargain, in Good Improved Income-bearing Property in
the City. Come to See or Write me if Interested.
DAVID S. WOODROW
Ocala, OWNER Florida
SCHOOL DAYS WILL.
UK IIF.HK SOON
One of the Best Plays of the Season at
the Temple Thursday evening;
The Wilming-ton, N. C, Star, says of
the bright comedy, "School Days,"
which will appear at the Temple next
The Academy of Music inaugurated
a merry New Year yesterday at mati matinee
nee matinee and night when Gus Edwards'
merry musical comedy, "School Days"
was given to two large and apprecia appreciative
tive appreciative audiences.
To see "School Days" as presented
yesterday takes the audience right
back to the days when they were kids
and would go to school more for fun
than studies. The school room scene
in the second act kept the house in an
uproar from the rise until the fall of
the curtain and they were really true
to life. Those who deserve especial
mention are Joe Marks as "Izzy," who
does some very eccentric dancing;
Xellie Dupree scored as "Xonnie," who
was always in trouble, and George
Owens, as "Tommy Tatters," won hon honors
ors honors for his clever work.
The various songs were well receiv received,
ed, received, especially the finale of the first
act, "It Takes a Cop to Cop A Girl,"
in which the entire chorus does a big
dancing finish. The stage settings
were unique. The chorus was good good-looking
looking good-looking and very graceful. Taken al altogether
together altogether "School Day" was very en enjoyable.
joyable. enjoyable. Adv.
A fine line or guns, ammunition,
hunting coats and leggings at the Ma Marion
rion Marion Hardware Company. Ad.
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
TWENTY-FOUR YEARS RESIDENCE IN OCALA
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
7:30 a.- m. Holy communion.
9:45 a. m. Sundajr school.
11 a. m. Morning prayer with ser sermon.
mon. sermon. Baptist
Bunyan Stephens, Tastor
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
i1 a. m. Preaching service
Sermon, "And David Longed."
3:30 p. m. Junior Union.
6:43 p. m. Senior Union.
7:30 p. m. Preaching service.
Sermon, "Work Out Your Own Sal Salvation."
vation." Salvation." A hearty welcome to all.
(Pastor, Rev. VT. H. Dodge, D. D.)
9:45 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Sermon.
Celebration of the Lord's Supper.
3 p. m. The Junior Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. 7:30 p. m. Sermon.
A cordial invitation extended to all.
Rev. J. B. Ley, Pastor.
Rev. John B. Ley, pastor, will oc occupy
cupy occupy his pulpit as usual. Subject of
morning sermon, "Contrasts and Cli Climaxes."
maxes." Climaxes." At niprht the subject will be
"Citizenship Worth While."
At 9:30 Sunday school. Come and
watch the fleet of class ships sail for
Junior Epworth League 3 p. m.
Senior Epworth League 3:30 p. m.
Wednesday ni??ht, prayer meeting at
7:30 instead of 7 p. m. Subject of
Bible inquiry, "Did God make man
from necessity or of choice?"
Public cordially invited to all ser services.
vices. services. Christian
(W. H. Coleman, Minister.)
10 a. zn. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Sermon.
"The Test of Being a Christian."
3 p. m. Junior C. E.
7 p. m. Sermon.
"The Greatest Business in Life."
Music by orchestra.
Junior C. E. Projtram
Topic. "Missions on the Paeiflc
Text, Isaiah 49:12.
Bennie Borden, leader.
Bible lesson read by leader.
Chalk talk Richard Elliott.
Lesson story Hugh Chace and
Reports of last year's work on the
Later news given by members.
Missionary study Mrs. Thompson.
Report of lookout eomrnittet.
Birthday comm'ttee report.
be good on the instalment plan. I
ON THE SQU A R E
Partly cloudy, southwest wind.
Minimum temperature, 35 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 71 degrees.
Average, 62 degrees.
In a Pinch, use ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE
Ladies can wear shoes one size smaller after nemg
Allen's Foot-Ease, the antiseptic powder for the feet.
It makes tight or new shoes feel easy; gives instant
relief to corns and bnnions. It's the greatest com comfort
fort comfort discovery of the age. Relieves swollen feet, blis blisters,
ters, blisters, ca'loas and sore spots. It is a certain relief for
sweating, tired, tender, aching feet- Always use i t to
Break in New shoes. Sold everywhere, 25c. Dmi't
accept any tvbutitut. For FREE trial package,
address Allen t. Olmsted, Le Itoy, N. Y.
The short cut doesn't always lead in
the right direction.
THURSDAY, JAN. 16th.
Hailed With Delight
Tbe Most Tuneful of Mimical Produc Production
tion Production 42 PEOPLE
21 WI1ISTLY SONGS 21
HiKKcr, Urtehter, Iletter
NEW ANI SURPRISING FEATURES
A Treat for Old and Yoonj?
IF IT IS A BRICK,
WE HAVE IT
We handle every kind of
Brick and can positively save
you money. Let us figure on
your next order, large or
small. We can supply any
quantity and will make
Our Bricks are equal to
any, better than many.
A. C. CONYERS,
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418 DUVAL BUILDING, PHONE 1925
WE ATI! ER FORECAST
Local rains tonight or Sunday, cold-
j er Sunday northwest portion.
AID TO KIDXEYS
Do Not llndnnfffr I.lfe When nn Ocala
Citizen Show You 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 13 offered them?
Doan's Kidney TilLs 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, 02 Tusca Tusca-willa
willa Tusca-willa street, Ocala, Fla., saj-s: "I am
confident that Doan's Kidney Pills are
a remedy of merit. One of the young younger
er younger members of the family, had kidney
weakness and Doan's Kidney Pills,
procured from Tydings & 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
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. Adv. 1
An elegant line of lawyers manu manuscript
script manuscript covers, in any color that could
be desired, Just received at the Star
Pleurisy pains are located just be below
low below the short ribs. Lumbago affects
the same region hut toward the back.
BAULARD'S SNOW LINIMENT Is the
remedy In either case. If rubbed In
thoroughly it eases pain, relaxes the
muscles and the patient can move
about freely and comfortably. Price
25c, 50c and fl per bottle. Sold by all
REAL, ESTATE LOANS WANTED
Parties with money to loan can get
into communication v ith demand for
same on gilt-edged security by ad addressing
dressing addressing the Star office. Ad.
Persons troubled with partial par paralysis
alysis paralysis are often very much benefited
by massaging the affected part.? thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly when applying Chamberlain's
Liniment. This l'niir.ent also relieves
rheumatic pair.s. For sale by all
Pickard's fine hand-palnteS china at
Burnett, the jeweler's. Ad.
Mrs. A. R. Tabor, of Crider. Mo., had
been troubled with sick headache for
about five years, when she began tak taking
ing taking Chamberlain's Tablets. She has
taken two bottles of them and they
have cured her. Sick headache Is
caused by a disordered stomach for
which these tablets are especially in intended.
tended. intended. Try them, 'get well and stay
welL Sold by all dealers. Adv.
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.
When you" want a reliable, medicine
for a cough or cold take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It can always be de depended
pended depended upon and Is pleasant and safe
to take. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
This magnifficent 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
Themost Intelligent Economy
Is to Bay the Best, tne Cheapest
BUY Mill CLOVER FLOUR
r The acme of perfection in the arr
of milling. Perect handlintr trntn
ihe grovunic of the grain to the de delivery
livery delivery of tbe finished product in
Guaranteed the BEST Money
refunded it not found highly tatit tatit-factory.
factory. tatit-factory. YOUR GROCER HAS IT"
OCALA EVEXIXG STAR, SATURDAY, JAXLARY 11, 1913
BEGIN WITH SLOP
I thought sure I had lost my bank book recently. I called up the cash cashier,
ier, cashier, Mr. Blltch, 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
T found the book later, and when I got my pay envelope, I deposited ten
dollars first thing. I'll 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
ecnauer ur ko..
Great Reduction Sale
Ladles' Ready -to-Wear
All the 'Remaining Models from the
Best Eastern Markets offered at Prices
The Lowest Ever Known for
Apparel of Equal Value
Up to f 25.00
Up to $17.50
Cliildrcns' Dresses and Coats
At Reduced Prices
IRlieinauer &l Co
FIRELESS COOK STOVE
Made in One, Two and Three Compartments
TO COOK all your meals i n tempting, appetizing manner with without
out without fire may seem impossible to you. But it's the simplest thing
in the world. 1
- To lock up an entire, uncooked meal in shining metal wells,
forget all about it for hours, and when meal time comes, to find
it piping hot, deliciously savory and tasty, ready to serve seems
like a fairy tale.
Yet thousands of women are cooking this way. They shop,
read, visit or sew whatever fancy dictates; while other women
stand over hot stoves, with faces like beets, stirring, turning, bast basting,
ing, basting, frying, etc. The food is wasted, often burned, fuel bills run
up, nerves are on edge. These women are continually fagged out
and become prematurely old and gray.
If you haven't a fireless cooker, come in and let us show you
what the "Ideal" will do for you what we guarantee it will do.
Cook the new, easy, better way and save time and money.
Separate lids for each compartment, water sealed
top, solid aluminum lining celebrated "Wear Ever"
Aluminum Cooking Utensils, perfect insulation, beau beautifully
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A we employ none tnt eipert t are In position to pinrflntrr ev every
ery every piece of work we construct to Mtantl the lnieet!on of the ihoh
rlictil Inspector. It owts nothing to et our lieu re, nml you are the
winner, whether we secure the contract or not. Ulve uh a trial.
H. W. TUCKER
FOKT KING nLOCK
F. E. McCLANE, M. I)
Specialist in Chronic Diseases
THE DR. M'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND
Dr. McClane's Residence, 407.
Notet Calls made by upeclal appota tment. Special Genlt Urinary Cllmlv
after 7 p. m. each day.
$20.00 to $ 30.00
$15.00 to $19.00
U i j
us Give an Estimate on Your
OCALA, FLO HID A
Buite 1 to 7 Holder Block, Southwest
Corner of Public Iquare
" ccflifl mam
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
Icy-Hot bottles at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Ad.
Many a corner loafer is moved by
policeman.- stirring words.
Capt. Allen Gibson of Silver Springs
was at the Harrington last night.
Six reels and
White Clover Flour
13 better. Ask
Whea a woman wats to be enter entertained
tained entertained without cost she goe shopping.
M. C. Agnew of Oklahoma City
at the Ocala House last night.
See our classy line of stationery. It
is without an equal, and it3 at the
Court Pharmacy. Ad.
No woman ever drove her husband
to drink by keeping her mouth shut.
Cabbage, collards, lettuce and onion
plants for sale at the Ocala Seed
Mrs. J. A. Mann of Dunnellon was
ja guest of the Ocala House today.
Six reels and
! This world doesn't love a lover as
much as it hates a quitter.
J A full line of enameled ware and
; flower pots at a bargain at the Ocala
iSeed Store. Ad.
j Few people are satisfied; they either
iget too much or not enough.
j Freserve your artistic Board of
Trade certificate by having it framed
!at the Ocala News Co. Ad.
i It is easy for a man
morals to get tight.
j. Edison phonographs and nearly two
thousand records to select from at A.
E. Burnett's. Ad.
A man's religion
seldom wears out
Pearl tooth brushes are sold
Gerig's Drug Stores at 25c. and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. td.
The average free show is worth just
laoout mat muen.
W. T. Chestnut and A.
Gainesville were at the
L. Bruton of
Stop coughing by using Cherry Bark
Cough Syrup. Sold only at the Rexall
J. E. Stevens and Q. Hay of Crystal
River were at the Harrington last
Two heads may be better than one one-if
if one-if they are not swelled.
We lead in perfumes. The largest
assortment of delightful odors. .The
Court Pharmacy. Ad.
I It's better to blow your own horn
jthan to blow a borrowed one.
I Nyal's Corn Remover actually re removes.
moves. removes. 25c. at both Gerig's Drug
' Stores. Ad.
Nearly everybody will recommend a
lot of remedies lie wouldn't think of
I Many beautiful pieces of hand hand-;
; hand-; painted china at Burnett, the jewel jewel-'
' jewel-' er's. Ad.
j Unless a man prets married he will
never know how many faults he pos possesses.
sesses. possesses. j One of our home-made wits, look looking
ing looking at a little new house, now being
erected, said, "Bungle oh!" which
I would describe others.
j Helvenston &. Pasteur's Is the place
!to buy blankets, comforts and coun coun-!
! coun-! terpanes. Large assortment and great
J. C. Bates and wife. I. Goldsmith
and wife, G. Klink and wife. A. Silver Silver-stein
stein Silver-stein and wife and Miss Shal, till of
Aurora. 111., are at the Harrington.
j Look at our line or box stationery
'before making your purchase. Most
'anything you want can be found at the
i Court Pharmacy. Ad.
M. F. Newman of Jacksonville, J. F.
Jenkins of Atlanta and A. B. Mathews
of Barnesville. Ga.. are at the Harring Harrington.
ton. Harrington. Fine Cutlery, knives of all kinds,
scissors of all kinds, the finest of im imported
ported imported and domestic steel, at moder moderate
ate moderate prices, at the Marion Hardware
Six reels and
Fine watches in any style for ladies
and gentlemen at any price desired, at
A. E. Burnett's. Ad.
Mr. C. P. Gibson of Terrell, who
was operated on at the hospital some
weeks ago, is rapidly recovering and
will soon be able to go home. It is
interesting to know that this difficult
operation was performed with cocaine
and without chloroform. Mr. Gibson's
physician followed the example of a
noted New York surgeon, who has .suc .successfully
cessfully .successfully performed scores of such op operations
erations operations with cocaine.
Miss Ruby Cappleman returned to
her home in Ocala Monday morning
after spending several days visiting
Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Cappleman and
family. Brooksville Argus.
Day before yesterday afternoon.
city on the
)f Pullmans passed thru t
A. C. L., immediately fol-
lowing .o. .51. on the way
tersburg. The Pullmans
'unmans were loaded;
St. Petersburg. Belle- I
with v'sitors for
air and other west coat resorts
ored by tourists.
The Metropolitan Realty and Invest
ment Company has almost completed;
the concrete foundations for its big!
business block, at the corner of South j
second and Magnolia streets. The
foundations are very substantial and
go several feet into the ground.
White Pine and Tar Cough Syrup
will stop that cough. Try a bottle at
the Court Pharmacy. Ad.
M. C SEWING CIRCLE
The Mcthodi t Sewing Circle will
meet with Mr-. Walter Hood Monday
afternoon at Z o'clock.
HI II.DING A HANDSOME HOME
Mr. Harry Ciarkson's new residence
is feinr rapidly pushed forward to
completion. This will he one of the
most beautiful, the best built an$
most conveniently arranged residence
m tr.e city wnen ic is coniieiea.
TOMPKINS & COIIIJ WILL.
ADD TO THEIR BUILDING
Messrs. Tompkins & Cobb will soon
build a solid brick addition to their
corner building extending from the
rear of the present brick portion of
their building and tak'ng place of the
wooden sheds now on the property,
back to the corner of their block. This
improvement will be a nice one for
that portion of town and will do jus justice
tice justice to the brick paved street along
the Fort King side of the property.
Ocala, Fla., Jan. 8, 1913
Patrons, Ocala Heights Dairy:
Owing to the fact that we
are unable to collect a great
many of our accounts, on and
after January 15, we will sell
our milk and cream for cash
OCALA HEIGHTS DAIRY
Fl'LLER & ATER
DR. V. It. 2bA?TE
Specialist Eye, Ear, Xose and Throat
Office, Law Library BIdg, Ccala Ad.
Amateur night at the Temple
evening drew it usual large audience.
The procession of pictures was long
and good and Miss Powell gave an another
other another of her bright performances.
There were more amateurs than usual,
and they were all smart. There were
songs by Roy Gallant and Miss Gladys
Farris, and a clever take-off on the
Ocala Rifles by Jake Goldman and his
troupe. These won first prize, the sec second
ond second going to Miss Farris.
The Ideal has a superb attraction in
the Trojan Concert Party three very
clever and pretty young ladies. Miss
j Pearl Gross, the soprano, had an ex
ceptionally fine voice, and her notes
completely filled the little theater with
! melody. Miss Helen Cosley pianist,
and Miss Mabel Rosezelle, the reader,
are also pretty and talented, and it
won't pay you to miss seeing and hear hearing
ing hearing them tonight.
The Temple will probably be crowd crowded
ed crowded Monday evening to see the Pick Pickens,
ens, Pickens, who will open their engagement
with the fine play, "The Fride of Vir Virginia."
ginia." Virginia." Tiie Piekerts are always at
home and welcome in Ocala and there
are few aggregations on the road who
know how to please an audience so
Six lteelN and Vaudeville at the Tem Temple
ple Temple Tonight
The big show will start at 6:30 to tonight.
night. tonight. Six fine reels of western and
comedy pictures and Miss Victoria
Powell in a complete change of act.
Come early so as to get a good seat
and have one fine evening's entertain-
Among the features are:
"In Nevada." A crackerjack west western.
ern. western. "The Ride to Death." An exciting
"The Secret of the Glacier." Don't
And three other comedy and dra dramatic
matic dramatic pictures. Adv.
Trojan Concert nt the Ideal
Last night the Trojan Concert Co.
opened a two nights' engagement at
the Ideal Theater and every one who
attended this cozy little theater was
delighted with the perf orn-rance and
each number rendered called for an
The company consists of three very
attractive young lad-"es, a pianist,
soloist and reader and each were fine
in their selections. The Trojan Co.
can be seen at the Ideal this afternoon
and evening. Adv.
The program will be as follows:
Taming Their Parents.
A Chase Across the Continent.
FOURTH WARD HARnERSIIOP
Mr. Hooper, the new manager, has
opened the Fourth Ward Earbershop
in the new Carmichael building, which
has been closed for a few days. This
shop is first class in every particular,
new and up-to-date and has 'the only
bath connections of any shop in the
city. Hot and cold, plung or shower
baths, with hot water instantly.
f t. iw '1 . J
On the Charac(r cf Candy
depends its fitness for
No Candy is so well fitted
and graciously accepted as
Candies of Rare Quality."
T. W. TROXLER
21 Main Street
OGflLfl SOU fillS
Mr. Klllehrew Given Pleaant Party
--Mr. William Yarbro uzh, who recent recently
ly recently came from Alabama to Ocala to ac accept
cept accept a position In the Anti-Monopoly
Drugstore waJ last evening. the
honoree at a pretty party given by
Mrs. Thomas Killebrew at her srtract-
HV bungalow home on Herbert street.
Six tables were placed
in the par-
lor, dining room and hall and at each
table a different game was played and
so interesting were the games that
each of the twenty-four invited guests
had a merry time, especially Mr.
Joseph Walker who, by winning the
greatest number of games, received a
pretty box of stationery.
About 10:20 o'clock chicken salad,
olives, wafers and sandwiches was
served by the hostess, assisted by her
mother, Mrs. F. E. Mc-Clane and Miss
Annie Laurie Perry, who also assisted
in entertaining the young people.
After refreshments were served
more popular games were played. Mrs.
Killebrew's party was a lovely compli compliment
ment compliment to Mr. Yarbrough, who is an in intimate
timate intimate friend of the family and was
greatly enjoyed by the following:
Misses Emma Perry, Elizabeth Davis,
Blanch Whale-, Mildred Pyles, Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Sistrunk, Hannay Ellis, Martha
Kate Rentz, Lorayne Kemp, Margaret
Jackson, Annie Moorhead, Gladys Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, Nellie Beckham Rexie Todd,
Messrs. Robert MacKay, Joseph Wal
ker, Joe Blaloek, Olaf Zewadski, La La-Grange
Grange La-Grange Sistrunk, Perry Anthony, Alf Alfred
red Alfred Green, Robert Connor, John Tar Tar-ver,
ver, Tar-ver, Sam Eurford and Wayne Ten
ltiiiiinl Camp Fire
Dimini Camp Fire will hold its
monthly council meeting at the Y. W.
C. A. tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Ceremonial costumes will be worn and
honors will be awarded in the various
crafts. The Wohelo ceremony with
candles will be used. Miss Frances
Ragsdale will light the light of work;
Miss Elizabeth Williams, the light of
health, and Miss Fanny Stanley the
light of love. Miss Alva Phillips will
act as secretary. The roll call by the
symbolic names will be responded t to
by telling of some kind deed done
since the last council meeting. After
the ceremony Miss Frances Anderson
will give a short council talk oit
Loyalty to Individual
Miss Anderson is expected to deliver
an address at the Woman's Club here
The following invitation was receiv received
ed received by friends of the bride-elect in
"Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Joseph Ken Ken-nerly
nerly Ken-nerly invite you to be present at the
marriage of their daughter Lucille, to
Mr. Robert Ridley WUkinson, on Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday afternoon, January 22nd, at 3
o'clock, Saint Mark's Episcopal church,
The bride and groom will make their
home, after February 20th, at 207 Vine
street, Chattanooga, Tenn.
Hrldge Club Met with Ml MoDousald
Miss Lida McDougald, who is one of
the new members of the Young Ladies'
Bridge Club, was the lovely hostess
with whom the club met this aftef aftef-noon
noon aftef-noon for its weekly game. Miss Mcv
Dougald entertained her guests at th
cozy little kindergarten room on Kasti
Broadway, where with Miss Minnie
Stovall she teaches. The room was
decorated with regular kindergarten
work done by the tots. There were
only three tables of players and the
places inane tdiani ty me auicnic ui-
the three club members Were filled b
1 3 i. 1 11 1 ... t
Misses Beulah Hall, Mattie Williamsl
and Alice Bullock. Scores were kept
on hand-painted tallies, the work of
After four progressions the hostess
served her guests to delicious chicken
salad, tomatoes with mayonnaise, pi pimento
mento pimento and peanut butter sandwiches,
olives and wafers.
The prizes were a pretty picture for
the visitors and silk hose for the club.
The afternoon with Miss McDougald
was one of much pleasure.
Silver Tea at Mrs. Mauchn
This afternoon betwen the hours of
3:30 and (i o'clock, St. Margaret's
Guild of the Episcopal church held its
first silver tea for the winter at the
home of its capable president, Mrs. G.
T. Maughs on Oklawaha avenue.
Assisting Mrs. Maughs in receiving
were two other guild officers, Mrs.
Horace Harold, vice president, and
Mrs. A. M. Perry, secretary.
Throughout the rooms were many
vases of cut flowers. In the dining
room, Mrs. C. R. Tydings and Mrs. E.
J. Redding poured tea and coffee. The
table at which they sat was unusually
attractive with its handsome appoint appointments
ments appointments and was centered with a bowl of
gorgeous roses. The delicious sand sandwiches,
wiches, sandwiches, cakes, tea and coffee was serv served
ed served by five members of the Altar Guild.
Misses Sarah Davis, Dorothy Schreiber,
Dorothy Lancaster, Gladys Drake and
10 lbs. Meal or Grits 25c
14 lbs. Whole Kice $1.00
Large Bucket Snowdrift $1.10
Pure Home Made Lard per can. .30c
Sweet Potatoes per peck. 20c
Cream of Wheat 15c
Seven Bars Lenox Soap 25c
3 lbs. White House Coffee $1.03
Six Bars Expost Borax Soap 25c
2 Cans Yz -lb. Ocean Gem Salmon 25
2 Cans Sunbeam Salmon 35c
O JL tk,S. f J t ill Jl A v ajii m. ihia
3 Cans Hominy 25c
2 Cans Sunbeam Shrimp. ..... .23c
1-lb. Pkg. Sunbeam Soda 3c
3 Pkgs. Sunbeam Mince Meat. .iloc
3 Pkgs. Sunbeam Corn Flakes. .25c
1 Pkf;. Sunbeam Oatmeal 10c
1 Bottle Sunbeam Boiled Cider. .35c
14 -lb Van Houten's Cocoa 25c
2-lb. Van Houten's Cocoa 45c
1 lb. Van Houten's Cocoa 85c
2 Bots. 10c Size Lemon Extract. 15c
2 Bots. 10c Size Vanila Extract. .15c
1 Bot. 25c. Size Lemon Extract. .20c
1 Bot. 25c. Size Vanila Extract. .20c
1 lb. Cracker Boy Coffee 30c j
1 lb. White House Coffee 40c!
2 lbs. White House Coffee 75c
1 Glass Beacluiut Bacon 35c
1 uiass jjeacimui imti iwu
1 Can Beachnut Beans 10c?
lleacnnut i canui nuutr jw c
lieaCIinUt f2-pmi aisuy
Beachnut Grape Jelly. .
Beachnut Quince, Red Currant
and Grape (individual size)..lOci
Beachnut Cranberry sauce 'J..jc
A Bank That is Strong, Conven Convenient,
ient, Convenient, Obliging
We are confident that you will appreciate
the great care here exercised in the transac transaction
tion transaction of all banking business. You will find
that we are a strong, convenient andobliging
THE OCALA NATIONAL BAM
H. D. STOKES.
JNO. L. EDWARDS, Pres.
Sidney Harold and assisting them was
Miss Elizabeth Newsom. Pleasant wre
the moments spent over th cups by
the. guests in this room with its love lovely
ly lovely occupants.
During the hours a most interesting
musical program was rendered 7
some of Ocala's best talent. Miss An Annie
nie Annie Laurie Perry played skillfully the
beautiful instrumental piece, Polonaise
by Chopin, and Miss .Hannay Ellis
played Liszt's Rhapsodie and Waltze
Caprice by Chammanade.
Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs. II. M. Hamp Hampton
ton Hampton and Miss Cccile Downs, each of
whom have a splendid voice, sang, the
former's selection being Love's Echo
by Ernest Newton, and O Heart of
Mine, the words of which are by
James Whitcomb Riley and the music
by T. B. Galloway. Mrs. Taylor sang
Many Years Ago, by Alfred Wooler, a
piece admirably suited to her clear,
sweet voice. Miss Downs' selections
were: My Mother Bids Me Bind My
Hair, The Duel and Ths Little Gray
Dove and again she covered herself
with laurels. M'ss Byrd Wartmann
played the accompaniments.
A large number of lad'es, and quite
a few gentlemen, called during the
afternoon and the silver offering
amounted to a nice large sum.
The friends of Mr. Charles Campbell,
Jr., of DeLand, will be interested to
j.avis, oi iejua.na, wnicn occurrea re re-cteatly
cteatly re-cteatly in Orlando.
The host of friends in Ocala of Mr.
and Mrs. A. N. Goodwin will regret to
learn that they expect to leave Levon
on the 15th to go to Orlando, where
Mr. Goodwin has accepted a splendid
position with a naval stores company.
Rev. James K. Glass arrived from
Island Grove this afternoon and tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow he will fill the pulpit at Grace
x Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Fitch and. pretty
baby, Sally Camp Fitch, left yesterday
for their home in Chicago after a most
delightful visit with Mrs. Fitch's
brother, Mr. Clarence Camp and fam family.
ily. family. Little Miss Mary Louise Atkinson,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thornton
Atkinson, eebrated her seVenth
birthday Ffiday afternoon by giving a
party to which" suite a number of her
friends were incited.
The young folks
had a merry time.
ice cream and
v.ames, after which
cake was served.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Robinson and
their daughter, Miss lucile Robinson,
i Vi .-i
moved 4aff'to Ocala from Jack
sonville, and are-Iceepfng house In" Mr.
J. G Ferguson's residence.
Misses Frances Hale and Florence
Schnitzler, two of Weirsdale's charming
young ladies, visited friends in Ocala
today. They were moving spirits in
"The Masonic Ring," the interesting
and successful play given by home
talent at Weirsdaie a few evenings
ant visit to hisVather, Mr. C. W. Mof-
fatt, left for TJeland this morning,
The members of the Christian church
had a most pleasant time at their an annual
nual annual social at the home cf Rev. W. II.
Coleman Friday evening. Fully fifty
members of the church and Sunday
school were present. The evening
passed enjoyably with music, conver
sation and "fireside games." The mem
bers of this church always have gtn
uine. old-fashioned home evenings at
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Hooks are here
from Butler, Pa., guests of their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. P.
A. Durand. Mr. and Mrs. Hooks have
been here before, and their friends are
glad to see them again.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Green are very
comfortably located in one of the cot
tages belonging to Col. It. F. Rogers
in the northeast part of town.
The Star regrets to hear that Mrs.
A. Y. Strunk. housekeeper at the Har
rington Hall, 's confined to her home
Mr. Albert Harriss, who has been
quite sick with malarial fever, is much
' Rev. L. B. Warren of Lake City was
with his numerous, Ocala friends yes
terday evening vaj5d thi3 morning.
Day Dear to Southern
The members of Dickison Chapter,
IT. D. C, will celebrate the anniversary
of Gen. R. E. Lee's birthday Monday,
January 20th, 1913, at the home of the
second vice president, Mrs. S. T. Sis
trunk, at 2:30 p. m. A cordial invita
tion is extended to our beloved veter
ans and their families, the chapter of
C. of C. and all friends Interested.
Crosses of honor will be bestowed at
I this meeting. Mrs. E. M. Howard,
i till 20th President
Six reels and vaudeville, Temple
-c T 9n,nmnhna cx-t,.o
tlin frin l.r..,e Tn V
I P.- Viit rln rnf And nnifnrmlT
I low prices to all. J. C. Geiger Ad.
WANTED To buy COO to 2000 acres
jof good, general farming land, close to
transportation, owners iteaity com
pany, llO'i Franklin St., Tampa, Fla.
j Cook stoves, ranges, CTorence auto auto-j
j auto-j malic kerosene burning stoves, fireless
cookers, etc. Quite a range of prices,
Sat the Marlon Ilaxdavare Company. Ad.
Solid and filled chains, the best for
the money, and gruaraDteed as repre represented.
sented. represented. A. E. Burnett. Ad.
PAID IX f 75,000.
CLARENCE CAUP. Vice Prei.
DR. W. R. FARROW
An Unusual Opportunity
You May Consult This
Specialist of State Wide
Tuesday, January 28th
WILL RETURN IN TWENTY TWENTY-EIGHT
EIGHT TWENTY-EIGHT DAYS
Dr. Farrow, the Jacksonville Spe
cialist, is coming to Ocala. This
simple statement should be enough
to fill the parlors of the hotel, for
Dr. Farrow Is rr stranger to the
sick of Florida. Hundreds have
consulted him and foi nd relief at
his hands. He has a message of
health for every one needing his
READ THIS LIBERAL OFFER
23 CASES TREATED FREE
Beginning at 0 o'clock, the first
25 curahle cases that call at the
hotel will be treated absolutely free
until cured, (medicines excepted).
This offer does not include sur
gical cases, as Dr. Farrow is not an
advocate of surgery. He does not
believe in the use of the knife. The
offer Is open to the rich and poor
alike. It is made that the doctor
may become quickly known. If you
will call at the hotel, thi3 specialist
will diagnose your case and give you
the benefit of his medical knowledge.
There if no experiment or guess
work. Y will be told whether you
can be cured or not. If your case
is incurable he will eive vou such
advice as may prolong your life.
Dr. Farrow's treatment givei
quick relief, and positively cures.
Being prepared to -suit each indi individual
vidual individual case, the human system la
thoroughly cleansed in a natural and
direct manner, and Improvement Is
noticed at once. Even the worst
case3 are treated without any incon
venience to the patient.
If you are improving under your
family physician, do not come and
take up Dr. Farrow's valuable time.
He wishes to give each one plenty
of time, but cannot listen to long
stories not pertaining to your case.
If you suspect kidney trouble,
bring a two-ounce bottle of urine
for chemical and microscopical an analysis.
alysis. analysis. REMEMBER: The free offer will
not be given again. Persons com commencing
mencing commencing treatment after this will ibe
required to pay, but not -one cent
will be asked for these first twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five cases commencing treatment
during this offer, except for the med-
icine necessary to enect a cure.
Those having long standing and
complicated diseases, who have fail failed
ed failed to get cured and become dis discouraged,
couraged, discouraged, are especially invited to
call, as thousands who have given
up all hope can testify.to permanent
OCALA EYEStSG STAR, SATCKDAI, JAXCAfll tl, 1D13
rREE TO YOU-MY SISTER
Fre to Yoa and Eviy Sitr S S-foring
foring S-foring from Wsmairs JUimsnts.
I am a woman.
I know woman's snffermS.
J have found the cure.
I will mail, free of any charge, 7 home treat treatment
ment treatment with full instructions to any sufferer from
woman's ailments. I want to tell all women about
this cure you my reader, for yourself, your daughter,
vour mother, or 'four sister. I want to tell you how
to cure yourselves at home without the help of a
doctor. Men cannot understand women's Bufferings.
What we women knovr from experience, we know
better than any doctor. I know that my home treat treatment
ment treatment is a eafe and sura cure for Leucorrhoea or
Whitish discharges. Ulceration, Displacement c?
Falling of the Womb, Profuse, Scanty or Painful
Periods, Uterine or Ovarian Tumors or (irowths;
alio pains In the head, back and bowels, bearins
down feelinzs, nervousness, creepinsr teelinsr ua
the spine, nelancholy, desire to cry, hot flashes,
weariness, kidney and bladder troubles whera
caused by weaknesses rcu!iar to our sex.
I want to send you a complete ten day's treat treatment
ment treatment entirely free to provo to you that you can euro
yourself at home, easily, quickly and surely. Re Re-nnhor.
nnhor. Re-nnhor. that It will cost you ncthinr to give th
treatment a complete trial : and if yon should wish to continue, it w. 1 cost yoa only about 12 cents a
eekVor less than two cents a day. It will not interfere w.th your work or occupation. Just vend
SryWrmeand address, tell me how you suffer if you wish, and I wdl 1'
tor urease entirely free, in pUin wrapper, by return mad. I will alao send yoa free of cost, my
dooWOMAN'S OWN MEDICAL ADVISER" with explanatory inustrations showir? why
Women Buffer, and how they can easily cure themselves at home. Every woman snould have it, anu
to think for berself. Then when the doctor says "Yoa must have an operation you can
EeUa or yoursf. Thousands of women have cured themselves with my home remedy. It cures all,
SdwS? To Mathers of Daughters. 1 will explain a simple home treatment which speedily
"?a?:i?V- -- t r.n Sickness and Faisal cr Irregular Menstruation in Youca
and will sladly te"
and ras.Is.e3 women well.
day's treatment is you-a,
i ' s 1
Ladies, I' mmpll WW ncwia mwa i rau. ...
-T ... n t, Sr curti all women's diseases.
any sunerer mat mw 1 .. - ----- , :, .
Li. orl ,hntt Just send me your address, end tha free ten
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TIF;. mo-wr rtnT iwa rr.ia CIT t!r Kl'i. Aaurw
Vf I 1 J J
also tha book.
f1HS. M. SUMMERS, EaxH
ScuSh Sondj Int!.. u. s. a
There'3 nothins more Important to us all than PURE,
FRESH GROCERIES, and we want to suggest that you include
In your New Year's resolutions a determination that you will
during 2913 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 rep represented,
resented, represented, and anything that does not come up to this guarantee
will be replaced, without a question, or your money will be cheer cheer-'fully
'fully cheer-'fully 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 i3, and we assure you good service, prompt
delivery, and, In fact, satisfaction In every instance.
WHAT fircTTEIX REASONS CAN YOU ASK TITAN THESE FOR
GIVING US YOUIt GROCERY TRADE
COUNTS GROCERY COo
J. II. J. COUNTS, Proprietor
Ocala, Phone 114 Florida
C IIAVtf'E FOR CEDAR KEY
T Recover Some of Iti Old-Time Im Im-portanre
portanre Im-portanre a a Western
A oommuriicatloii to the Bronson
TimeH-Democrai from Cc-dar Key says:
Capt. Slattery, U. S. engineer in eharare
of the Florida district, paid his long
c-xpected visit to Cedar Key on Fri Friday,
day, Friday, Dee. 27th, for the purpose of
makincf a preliminary examination of
A committee from the board of
trade obtained a large launch and took
Capt. Slattery out on an inspection
trip of the main ship channel, also the
northwest channel. Capt. Slattery ex expressed
pressed expressed himself as very much impress impressed
ed impressed with the northwest channel inas inasmuch
much inasmuch as thi.s channel has deepened
about three feet by natural causes
since the last government survey was
made in 1851. Another important fact
yiat impressed him was that there
had never been a dollar spent here
for deepening this channel. Incidental Incidentally,
ly, Incidentally, while here the captain offered some
suggestions as to the site for a mu municipal
nicipal municipal dock which the city is contem contemplating
plating contemplating building.
Among those interested who -ame to
Cedar Key to assist in obtaining deep deeper
er deeper water were J. D. Rooney, assistant
industrial agent of the Seaboard, and
Dr. L. W. "Warren, general manager of
the Tilghman Cypress Company, of
On their return from the trip the
committee from the board of trade
stated that they were very hopeful of
a favorable recommendation for an ap
propriatlon sufficient to redge the
northwest channel to a depth of 21
feet. In the event this appropriation
is secured an effort will be made to
induce the Morgan Steamship Company
of New Orleans to reestablish its line
to this port. The board of trade has
been practically assured by this com company
pany company that It will again make this a
port provided deeper water and dock docking
ing docking facilities can be had.
With deeper water Cedar Key will
be a distributing point for the fol following
lowing following adjacent counties: Levy, La Lafayette,
fayette, Lafayette, Suwannee, Columbia, Brad Bradford,
ford, Bradford, Alachua, Marion and Citrus.
Levy county itself is rich in phos phosphate
phate phosphate and has numerous sawmills and
turpentine stills that will export their
different commodities thru this port.
ROCKEFELLER WILL RETURN
Will le Met by a Medical Examiner
When lie itcp Ashore at
Nassau, N. P., Jan. 11. William
Rockefeller left here j-esterday on
board the steamer Miami for Miami,
1'byKician to Examine Info Rocke Rockefeller'
feller' Rockefeller' Health
Washington, D. C, Jan. 10. The
money trust committee of the House
today ordered Chairman Pujo to send
a pnysician to meet William Rocke Rockefeller,
feller, Rockefeller, returning from the Bahamas, as
soon as he reaches Miami. The physi physician
cian physician will endeavor to ascertain whether
the oil magnate is physically able to
give the committee testimony.
LEW COUNTY LOCALS
E. T. Usher, the popular turpentine
man of Janney, was here Saturday en
route to Ocala.
Ben A. Anderson, second son of
Judge W. II. Anderson, died Sunday
night after a few days' illness.
Grady Watson, the 18-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Watson of
Trenton, died last Thursday morning
at 3 o'clock, after an tllness of only
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Dan
Alford was laid to rest in Lebanon
cemetery a short time since in the
presence of the grief stricken father
and a few friends.
W. J. SHERIDAN
CEMENT AND CONCRETE CONTRACTOR
All kinds of Concrete, Cement and Brick
construction work done. Sidewalks and Cul Culvert
vert Culvert construction a specialty.
-Will make close estimates on any job in
Brick of concrete construction, 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.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
W. J. SHERIDAN
We have the largest and best stock of Lap Robes and 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 us 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 Dobbins"
bins" Dobbins" in, this section. Don't fall to call on us when In need of any anything
thing anything In our line.
KMIGHT k LANG
The Texas Wonder ures 'Kidney and
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.
Hall, 2096 Olive street, St. Iaouis, Mo.
Sold by all druggists. Ad.
GREAT LOSS OF GREEKS
ThouanlM Killed and Wounded in the
Attack! on Janinn
Salonikl, Jan. 11. Losses of the
Greek troops fighting against the
Turks of the vicinity of Janina have
been very heavy. To date they have
lost no fewer than seven thousand
killed and wounded.
$1,00 PER PLATE
Was paid at a banquet to Henry Clay,
In New Orleins in 1482. Mighty cost
ly for those with stomach trouble or
indigest'on. Today people everywhere
use Dr. King's Life Pills for these
troubles as well as l'ver, kidney and
bowel disorders. Easy, safe, sure
Only 25 cents at Tydlngs fe Co. Adv.
TEDDY STANDS PAT
New York, Jan. 10 Theodore Roose
velt replied yesterday to a proposal
advanced by Frank A. Munsey to
bring the progressive and republican
parties together. lie stands firmly for
the integrity of progresses, and says
other parties and people who want
union must join them.
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 also
most excellent for chapped hands,
sore nipples, burns and diseases of the
skin. For sale by all dealers. Adv.
TEN MEN KILLED IN
A STEAMBOAT EXPLOSION
CHINA DINNER SETS
Order a China Dinner or Breakfast
Set with your Initial on same.
Mobile, Ala., Jan. 11. Nineteen men
are known to be dead and twenty-two
seriously injured when th Tombigbee
river steamer Staples was blown up
by an explosion while the boat was
tied up at Bladon Springs.
FKIGI1TFUL 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, bolls, sores,
ulcers, cuts, bruises and piles. Only
23 cents at Tydings & Co. Adv.
ADHIANOPLE AllltlT ALL IN
Defenders are Reduced to Half a
Ration n Day
London, Jan. 10. Official news re received
ceived received by the Bulgarian delegation de describes
scribes describes the situation at Adrianople as
serious. Several soldiers, who desert deserted,
ed, deserted, and succeeded in reaching the
headquarters of the allies, say the
town is in its last gasp. Provisions
are so scarce that the military au authorities
thorities authorities have requisitfone I all the
food possessed even by private in in-viduals
viduals in-viduals and are making only one dis distribution,
tribution, distribution, comprising a half ration,
Everybody Is liable to "catch cold"
but those who give a cold proper at attention
tention attention nsver have serious lung dis diseases.
eases. diseases. It is neglect that makes them
serious. Prudent persons use BAL BALLARD'S
LARD'S BALLARD'S HOREIIOUND SRUP as soon
as the trouble appears and the cold is
cured at once. Price 25c, 50c and $1
per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Ad.
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.
National Bank of Commerce, Toledo, O.
Hali'3 Catarrh Cure is taken Inter
nally, 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 constipation.
tion. constipation. Adv.
Indianapolis, Jan. 11. When In In-iana's
iana's In-iana's sixty-eighth general assembly
convened yesterday democrats for the
irst time in many jears had absolute
ontrol of both branches.
Governor-elect Samuel L. Ralston
will be inaugurated on January 13.
Governor Marshall will take a vaca-
on from the time he leaves the gov-
rnor's chair until he begins his du du-ies
ies du-ies as vice president.
Expert Medical Scfeatlnta Announce
Startling Reimltfi Obtained
New York Thousands are taking
advantage of the generous offei made
by the Woodworth Co., 1161 Broadway,
New York City, requesting an experi
mental package of Senpine, the great
discovery for asthma, hay fever, bron bronchitis
chitis bronchitis and catarrh, whick is mailed
free of charge to all who write for it.
It is curing thousands of the most
stubborn cases. It makes no differ
ence how long you have been suffer
ing or bow severe the climatic con
ditions are where you live, Senpine
will cure you.
If you have experimented with oth
er treatments and have failed to find
a cure do not be discouraged but send
for a trial of this wonderful truly mer
itorious remedy which is a scientific
compound discovered by a professor
of Vienna University, and is being
recommended by thousands-
AN UNFAIR ADVANTAGE
Roumanian Christians Hare Less
Sene of Honor Than
London, Jan. 11. Roumania prac practically
tically practically delivered an ultimatum to Bul Bulgaria
garia Bulgaria yesterday by demanding the ces cession
sion cession of Silistria and the territory to
the north of a line stretching from
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Of Final Settlement and Discharge
Notice is hereby given mat on the
12th day of February, A. D. 1013
the undersigned will present my ac accounts
counts accounts and vouchers to the judsre of
probate in and for Marion county,
Florida, at his office in Ocala, an 1
will make my final settlement and will
apply for discharge.
This 5th day of August. A. D. 1912.
Kate B. Howell,
As Administratrix of Adalade B. Chi-som.
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Flfta Judicial Ulrouit i f lorina.
In and for 3Iarlon County. In
annie Hewett. Complainant, vs. Mar Mar-inn
inn Mar-inn Hewett, Defendant Order for
It is ordered that the defendant
e and he is hereby required to appear
j the bill of complaint filed in this
iu on or oeiore
on day. the Kith day of January. 101S
it is turtner oraerea msi a copy ui
is order be published once a week
r four consecutive weeks in the
?ala Daily Star, a newspaper publish publish-I
I publish-I in said county and state.
This 7th dav of December. 1912.
erk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
lid win Spencer,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is herebv siven to all cred
itors. legatees, distributees and all
other persons having1 claims and de
mands asramst the estate or teisjn t..
Rowe, dec-eased, to present sail claims
duly proven to the undersigned within
two years irom the date or ine ars.
publication of this notice, to-wit: Sep September
tember September 30th. 1S12. Mary E. Bosie,
Administratrix of the Estate of Selwyn
E. Rowe, Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITOR
Notice is herebv given to all cred
itors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de
mands against the estate or it. j. .Nel
son, deceased, to present said claims
duly proven to the undersigned within
one year from tne date or the nrst
publication of this notice, to-wit: Au August
gust August 21st, 1912. J. P. Galloway,
Sheriff and Ex-ofScio Administrator of
the Estate of R. J. Nelson, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that F. J.
Webb, as guardian of the estate of
Caleb H. Heath, a minor, will on the
31st day of Marco, 1913
file with the county judge of Marion
county, Florida, his final report and
accounts as guardian of the estate of
the said Caleb II. Heath, a minor, and
apply to said county judge for ap approval
proval approval thereof and for his discharge as
guardian of said estate. F. J. Webb.
Guardian of the Estate of Caleb II.
Titusville, Fla.. August 24. 1912.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all credi creditors,
tors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all
other persons having claims and de demands
mands demands against the estate of Robert
McDonald, deceased, to present said
claims duty proven -to the undersigned
within one year from the date of the
first publication of this notice, to-wit:
IN THE CIRCUIT -COURT OF THE
Fifth Judicial Circuit of Florida In
and for Marlon County In Chan Chancery.
cery. Chancery. John Darkins. Complainant, vs. Sarah
Darkins, Defendant, Order for Con Constructive
structive Constructive Service.
It is ordered that, the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Sarah Darkins,
be and she is hereby required to appear
to the bill of complaint filed in this
cause on or before
Monday, the 3rd day of February, 1913
It ;3 further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four (4) consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper pub published
lished published in said county and state.
This 31st day of December, 1913.
S. T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court Marion Co. Fla.
Jiy Don Peabody, D. C.
V. K. Zewadski,
Complainant's Solicitor. 31-7-1 4-28
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Creditors, legatees, distributees and
all persons having claims or d-jmands
against the estate of William Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, late of Ocala, Florida, are called
upon to present them within two years
frni this date to the undersigned.
Ocala, Fla., Dec. 31st, 1612.
Rebecca W. Anderson,
Executrix of the Will of William An
Of Final Settlement and Discharge
hereby tiiven that on the
Robert J. McDonald,
Administrator Estate of Robert D
OTICE OF IIEIUFFS SALE
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a levy made by me
on an execution issued out of and un under
der under the seal of the circuit court of the
fifth judicial circuit of Florida in a
certain cause pending in said court
wherein F. E. McCIane is plaintiff and
J. S. Oiel is defendant, I will offer for
sale at the west door of the court
house in Ocala, Florida, during the
legal 'hours of sale, 11 o'clock a. m.
and 2 o'clock p. m.,
Monday, February 3, 1013
and will sell to
the highest and best bidder for cash
the following described personal prop property,
erty, property, to-wit:
Two pair bed springs, one steel
foiling bed and pad. one dining table,
two bureaus, one kitchen safe, one
kitchen table, two iron beds, one oil
stove, four rocking chairs, six dining
chairs, one sideboard, two mattresses,
one- rug, one drugget, two cane rock rock-trs
trs rock-trs and one box and contents un unknown.
known. unknown. Sold to satisfy said execution and
costs. J. P. Galloway.
Sheriff, Marion County, Fla,
5th day of July, A. D. 1 if 1 3. the under
signed will present my accounts and
vouchers to "the judge of probate in
and for Marion county. Florida, at his
ofrice in Ocala, and will make my
final settlement and will apply for dis discharge.
charge. discharge. This 3rd day of January. A. D. 1513.
D. A. Smith.
As Administrator of the Estate of A.
.NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX
Deed Under Section s of Chapter
4", Laws of Florida.
Notice is hereby given that A. H.
Delouest. purchas-r of tax certificate
No.1 237. dated the 1st 'day of July,
A. I. l:n, has filed said certificate in
my ofrice, arid has made application
for tax deed to i--"ie in accordance
with law. Said certificate embraces
the following described property sit situated
uated situated in Marion county, Florida, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: Com at a pt Ui feet w of re cor
of swi sec 1 tp 15 s r 1'2 e thence w
r,0 feet s 100 feet e SO feet n H'O feet
to p o b. The said land being asess asess-ed
ed asess-ed at the date of the issuance of such
certificate in the name of J. N. Mor Morton.
ton. Morton. Unless said certificate shall" be
redeemed according to law, tax ded
will issue thereon on the
7th day of February, A. D. 191S
Witness mv official seal, this the
4th dav of January. A. D. 1913.
S. T. Sistrunk,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Co. Fla.
NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE
Notice is hereby given, that under
and by virtue of a final decree of fore foreclosure
closure foreclosure made and entered by the judge
of the circuit court of the fifth judicial
circuit of Florida, In and for Marion
county, sitting in chancery, on the
18th day of December, 1912, in a cer-
tain a o 1 1 c a la tnlir -t s-. -l i r 4 m- r I avi
wherein I 1. Home was complainant,
and D. W. Eott and C, E. Lott. his
wife, were defendants, the undersign-
c-d was appointed master in chancery
in said cause to execute said final de decree,
cree, decree, and that pursuant thereto I will
on the first Monday in February, A. D.
the 3rd day of February, A. D. 1013,
during the legal hours of sale, offer
for sale and sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at public outcry
in front of the west door of the court
hvjse of Marion county, Florida, in
trie city of Ocala, the following de described
scribed described property, to-wit: "The south southeast
east southeast quarter of the southwest quarter
of the southeast quarter of section
twenty-six, township fifteen, south,
range twenty east, containing ten
acres, and one bay mare about nine
years old bought of Hugh Ross and
one rubber tired buggy bought of the
party of the second part," or so much
thereof as may be necessary to satisfy
said final decree and costs.
E. Lu Stapp.
Special Master in Chancery.
I3y virtue of a decree of the circuit
court of the 5th judicial circuit of
Florida in and for Marion county, sit sitting
ting sitting in chancery, of date ISth Octo October,
ber, October, 108. and an order of 18th No November,
vember, November, l'H2, in the cause of the Flor Florida
ida Florida Fertilizer Manufacturing Com Company
pany Company against Cam Hodge, I will on
February 3rd, 11)13
j between the hours of 11 a. m. and 2
p. m.f at the south door of the court
house in Ocala, county aforesaid, offer
for saj? to the highest and best bid bidder
der bidder for cash the tract of land in said
county described as and being the
north half of northeast quarter of sec section
tion section thirty-three, township fourteen,
south, range twenty-one east, contain- -ing
eighty acres more or less, or so
much thereof as may be necessary to
realize the amount of said decree.
Special Master in Chancery.
H. M. Hampton,
Attorney for Complainant.
Jan. 4-11-1S-2S Feb. 1.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all credit creditors,
ors, creditors, legatees, distributees and ail other
persons having claims and demands
against the estate oi Albert i uarner.
deceased, to present said claims duly
proven to the undersigned within one
year from the date of the first publica publication
tion publication of this notice, to-wit: January
30th. 1912. D. A. Smith.
As Administrator Estate of Albert I
Ocala. Florida, Jan. 30. 1912.