The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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For All ol the Homes
IlMffi CO.'
Tlieus-Zachry Co.
VOL. 19.
NO. 282



Harry Irving Greene
Author of
"The Lash ol Circumstance,"
"Barbara of the Snows"
(Copyright, 1912, by Harry trying Green)
None knew. He had been seen
to arise a moment before but in the
rapid happening of events that fol followed
lowed followed all had lost Eight of him. "Doris'
brow clouded. "Ran away! I don't
believe a word of it. He is not that
kind," she announced in reply to an
Insinuation. "I hope the poor fellow
is not seriously hurt. Suppose we
look about the place for him, for he
cannot have gone far in so short a
time." She started off by the side
of March.
"Do you think Clay used good Judg Judgment
ment Judgment in shooting the creature when
he was not attempting to harm us?
Perhaps he was merely bewildered or
trying in his way to be friendly," she
Baid. March became emphatic.
"Indeed I do not. He was altogether
too impulsive and raised the dickens
by it. But of course we were all
highly wrought up, and the appear appearance
ance appearance of the creature was not condu conducive
cive conducive to the quieting of one's nerves.
Yet I am convinced that he intended
us no harm until he was wounded.
But it was plain enough to be seen
that either you personally or that
ornament you wear appealed to him
strangely. Its resemblance to the leaf
is wonderful and perhaps excited him
Bomewhat. He appeared to wish to
detain you and try and communicate
with you more than to do any injury
as well as I could judge by his move movements
ments movements and the expression in his eyes.
Had Clay restrained himself we might
have been able to establish some sort
of an understanding with him which
would eventually have led to our be being
ing being able to communicate intelligibly
Mother's Friend
in Every Home
Comfort and Safety Assured Before
the Arrival of the Stork.
The old saying what Is home without
a mother should add "Mother's Friend.'?
In thousands of American homes ther$
Is a bottle of this splendid and famous rem remedy
edy remedy that has aided many a woman through
the trying ordeal, saved her from suffering
and pain, kept her in health of mind and
body in advance of baby's coming and had
a most wonderful influence. In developing a
herlthy, lovely disposition in the child.
There is no other remedy so truly a help
to nature as Mother's Friend. It relieves!
the pain and discomfort caused by the
strain on the ligaments, makes pliant thosa
fibres and muscles which nature Is expands
lng and soothes the Inflammation of breast
Mother's Friend is an external remedy,
acts quickly and not only banishes all dis?
tress in advance, but assures a speedy and)
complete recovery for the mother. Thus
she becomes a healthy woman with all ht-p
strength preserved to thoroughly enjoy the
rearing of her child. Mother's Friend can
be had at any drug store at $1.00 a bottle,
and is really one of the greatest blessings
ever discovered for expectant morher
Write to Uradfleld Regulator Co., 128
J.amar P.ldg., Atlanta, da., for their free
bock. Write to-day. It ia most Instructive.
(looms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
' Holder TUoclj,
Dental Surgeon
Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store.
Attorney at Law
Second Floor, I
Munroe & Chambliss Bldg.J

Ocala, Fla, :

wun eacn omer. or 1 am convinced
that he is some sort of a human being
who speaks some sort of a language.
And try and imagine what a leap that
would be for human knowledge! ac actual
tual actual mouth-to-ear communication with
a being from another celestial body.
Heaven only knows what might have
come of it if he could tell U3 of his
travels on that flying home of his.
But as it Is, I am afraid we have un unleashed
leashed unleashed a fiend upon ourselves a
creature who with his wonderful gift
of flight and Imbued with the belief
that our only desire is to do him
harm can if he so desires wreak a
terrible vengeance upon us. And that
he now considers himself an outlaw
with a price upon his head I have small
doubt, and being afraid to again trust
himself amongst us and with no pos pos-siDinty
siDinty pos-siDinty on nis part or escape irom
this world, there Is no telling what
crime or series of crimes he may at attempt."
tempt." attempt." "And suppose there should be more
than one of them, a dozen, a hundred,
a thousand!" she exclaimed in an
awed voice. The man's face grew very
"Then so much the worse for the
world. For if they possess the intelli intelligence
gence intelligence and potential vindictiveness
which I am afraid they do, a score of

w m

Doris Bent Over Him.
them could well nigh drive a nation
frantic. They could swoop down upon
isolated places and equip themselves
with guns and dynamite. They could
destroy from above in the blackness
of night. They could retire to fast fastnesses
nesses fastnesses whenever they desired to
rest and plan new war. Until they
were destroyed one by one they could
lay tribute upon the land for our
wealth, our stock, our goods, our mu munitions
nitions munitions in fact, anything we possess
except our women and children. And
"And those!" she cried quickly.
"And even th.ose they could steal
one by one as vultures steal chickens."
The girl shuddered.
"God forbid. Yet Clay shot in an
effort to protect me perhap3 even
did save me and I cannot forget
that. Look! Is that not he?" March
gazing through the gloom saw a form
sitting listlessly upon a seat In the
deep shadow of a tree.
"Tolliver!" he called!
"Here," came the answer faintly and
they hurried to his side. He was bent
over, evidently suffering, and by the
light of the Japanese lantern they saw
that his face was drawn and pale.
Quickly Doris bent over him.
"Are you badly hurt?" she Inquired.
A world of solicitude in her voice.
"I don't know but I am in a good
deal of pain. He struck me a terrible
blow in the side,"
"But wliy did you come to this place
why did you not go into the house,
f where we could care for youT".
'Because I felt faint and thought I
would be better off here by myself.
You had better go and look after the
others. I can take care of myself
until things have quieted down." She
became very decided, very imperative!
til all lUHUUi.
'Indeed you shall not," She faeed
March, "Go at once and bring Dr.
Raymond. I will remain here until
you return." Then she turned her
back upon him as she again addressed
the sufferer.
"I am very sorry. And if you arts
really Injured much you shall stay at
pur house until you are well and I,
myself, will see to it that you are
attended to." March faced about and
started upon ils errand with a frown
Of course the milk of human sympa sympathy
thy sympathy for the suffering was all right
enough when distributed in reasonable
tiuantitles he, too, was sorry for
Tolliver but there was such a thing
as overdoing even sympathy. And
Clay would stay with them and be
nursed by her personally in case he
thqught he was seriously hurt! Then
pt course he would think he was seri seriously
ously seriously hurt, any man would under such
circumstances, he would himself if
the chance had come to him and
would have prolonged his sufferings
to the last possible moment. Jealous Jealously
ly Jealously he stamped away, wondering if he
had been in Tolliver's place if she
would have been so distressed over
He -entered the house and found Dr.
Raymond, who had just finished dress dressing
ing dressing Desmond's severe cut, told him
of Clay's complaint and returned
with him to the bench under the tree.
Doris had seated hferself by the suf'
ferer'a side, unnecessarily "close as
March thought, and was speaking to
him In a low tone. She got upon her
feet and greeted them as they ap approached
proached approached "I am so glid you have

come, .Doctor, i tninK ne neeas you:

The physician bent over the sufferer. :
"Where does it hurt you mo3t?" j
"My left side. He hit me pretty
hard I guess with the joint of that
infernal wing. Felt like I imagine a
mule kick does."
"Can you get upon your feet?" Tol Tol-liver
liver Tol-liver arose slowly and stood slightly
"Yes, but I cannot stand erect. I
seem to have a list to port." The man
of medicine grunted.
"All right I'll see you through.
Take hold of his other arm, March."
Alan, obeying, slipped his hund be beneath
neath beneath the shoulder and they slowly
walked the injured one within the
house, and then by Doris' directions
into an unoccupied guest chajnber.
"And now said Raymond, with a
bow and a smile to the girl. She
Jl A J.

comprenenaea, curiseyea ana Degan to jcuses. Cicero Cicero-retreat,
retreat, Cicero-retreat, 'times and the

'Yes. I Will leave the room until
juu suuuiuu ixic. j. mil uc iiusc ci i
very careful with him unless you wish
to Incur my displeasure." She closed
the door and was gone, leaving the
three men alone.
Deftly the physician, with the help
of March, bared the afflicted side and
the former ran his fingers over it,
pressing, .tapping and questioning as!
to riain. his eves rlnselv fnllnwintr pv- i
ery expression of the pallid face be-
low him. Three minutes of this and i
he announced his decision. J
"Fifth rib fractured. Nothing else!
damaged that I can discover. I'll soon
have him strapped up. Going to a hospital?"

"No, I am going to remain here foriot it;

ulated him.
"Best thing you could do." He
quickly divested the patient of his

outer clothing and placed him be-,elt anil TVrkin!5, throwing the doors
tween the sheets, bandaged him tight-1 wide open.
ly atiout the chest and then stepped j Tho.-e eighty-four democrats who
to the door. "Miss Doris," he called, j voted for the open caucus will yet
Almost Instantly she appeared, pale come back to the 167 who voted for
of face but resolutely calm. Ithe secret caucus and ask them to ex-
"I have just been in to sea poor ',lain hou' democratic party is go go-Mrs.
Mrs. go-Mrs. Emmonds isn't it horrible! in- to th question that the
Several of the scouting party have re- ,,(,,,,,;f haVe r5snt to kn,tnv' u'Mic'1
. .? , question is: What are you doing with
turned with automobiles which they our )ms5m,ss whk.h we ,)lacei1 in vour
secured somehow, and they are nowjhan,,s? Times do change, and men do
taking her and the rest of the guests j .-hange with them, and the democrat-
to their homes. The scouts report iic majority is acting very much like
considerable disorder upon the streets 'ho republican majority when the
but nothing alarming. The city has;111"- ""as reversed,
not heard of the Flying Man as yet,! 11 may not 1,e visible for the ad-
but the telephone is in working order i vocat, s of t!u ',tn caucus who are

ntraln and thpv arp trvlnc in bpt ths
police department on the wire in or order
der order to notify it. Some of our guests
have received very bad news and they
are frantic to get to their homes.
None of their people are known to
be dead, but there are disappearances,
Injuries and serious after effects in
several cases." She approached tfra
bed. "How is our individual patient,
Raymond closed his pocket case
with a snap. "Nothing more than a
broken rib, and I have fixed that up
for the time being. All the treatment
he needs is feeding, assistance when
he has to move and rebandaging by
a physician from lime to time. Keep
him as quiet as possible. He will be
out in a week or ten days at the lat latest
est latest Redmond smiled if he wants
to be," he added jocularly.
Doris gave a sigh of relief. "I am
glad it is nothing mere serious. And
will he need any further attention to tonight?''
night?'' tonight?'' "Nothing more in the way of treat treatment
ment treatment can be done. I have left him a
sleeping potion which he can take
presently if he sees fit. But of course
he will require more or less physical
assistance for a time when he has
to move." She nodded comprehend comprehend-ingly,
ingly, comprehend-ingly, "I will get a hospital nurse first
thing in the mcrning to do the pro professional
fessional professional part of it." A little laugh
burst from her lips. "But I shall in insist
sist insist upon remaining head nurse and
waitress. And in payment the patient
shall read to me frotr, Homer, 'Dante
and Kipling. He recites delightfully,
you know. Tolliver was a lawyer,
was in reality a pleasing reader and
speaker, and once more jealousy came
crawling like a worm into Alan's soul.
From the bed camo the voice of the
injured man.
"It Is kind of you too kind. But
as yeu know, V have no place to go
except a hospital, and if you could
tolerate me for a few days until 1 can
move abou
"Tolerate you! I should never for forgive
give forgive you if you did not stay. Also,
father is equally insistent. After what
we have all gone through together to
night after what you men have done
to encourage and protect us women
and after the way you personally
fought and got hurt for us, how dare
you, lying there helpless, speak of
toleration! I will not listen to such I
nonsense." The swiftness of her j
speech and the intensity of her man-!
ner caused March to pick up his hat j
"And having served my purpose I
think I had better depart and leave j
you to your duties," he remarked dry
ly. He approached the bed and held
out his hand. "Good night, old man,!
and good luck. Good night, Doctor j
his eyes met the girl's for a fleeting I
Instant "good night. Miss Fulton."
He backed bowing into the hall and1,
started for the front door, but before
he had made half a dozen steps she
was at his side, her hand touching hi9 J
shoulder. j
-"Good night Alan." j
She had seldom called him by his j
first name and the sound of it from j
her lips thrilled and mollified him!
slightly, though jealousy still rankled!
him. "Good night, good friend. l
think you acted splendidly through it
all nobly. Rest assured I shall not
forget it,"
"Even when he is reading to tou?"
(Continued on Fourth Page)
Specialist, Eye, Ear, Xose and Throat
Of flee, Law Library Bldg., Ocala. Ad. J

lHude Want the Ufmwrntle Major Majority
ity Majority to Do IliiKinettM in Ilroad
LEn?le'f Washington Letter to Dixie)
I fold Cicero, who thundered against
iCataline in the Roman Senate rising of
two thousand years a;o, could stretch
his wings long enough to ily from the
upper realms of ethereal peace and
light upon the capitol dome in Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, he would have a swell chance
of getting off that old 'O Temporal O
Mores!" wail of his in contemplating
the democrats holding secret caucuses
and the republicans holding open cau-
exchiimed about the
customs that brought
'about unusual spectacles in Roman
exclamation if he could
jiooK at tilings now going on in asu-
That once proud and arrogant eom eom-ibination
ibination eom-ibination of power and money known
jas the republican party, which ran the
govern nun t without paying any at-
tention at all to t'.ie people in it.
chastened at the polls, is taking
people int0 its confidence and. by open
caucuses, letting everybody know what
it is doing.
While that aggregation of dissatis dissatisfied
fied dissatisfied and for so long unweldable ele elements
ments elements known as the democratic party,
which but yesterday was humble and
unassuming uecause ui us long denial
of the llesh pot. is already putting on
lairs anil denying the people knowledge
doings when in caucus assent-
o it is that wo have the spectacle
lot the people's party working behind
lo-.'d doors, and the party of special
nrivilcge. ami even the iartv nf lioose-
now outnumbered two to one to make
enough converts to throw open the
doors when the democratic party is in
council. That they will try many
times during the life of the present
Congress is certain. And in the mean meantime,
time, meantime, appearances are much in favor of
the other two parties w iio work in the
I'ottfutt the Turin Kill Through
Well, as we all know, the democrat democratic
ic democratic caucus wound up its consideration
of the democratic tariff bill Saturday

n i n iirtp

of last week. They were just ten daysjsand dollar trade this week, that be

at it and these men of the democratic
caucus made a good job of it that Is
to say. a thorough job. Every line
was read, every paragraph closely
scrutinized, and every man had his say
or had a chance to have his way, which
amounts to the same thins?.
j There were upward of 300 amend amend-jments
jments amend-jments offered to the bill, nearly all of
......... .-vv-.nti-. Ly KllCLLlfKT OUUIC IdLC Ol
to transfer some article from the fro.
to the dutiable list, and Tiary an
amendment got through except the
ones offered by tne ways and mean
eommittee, designed, as was carefullv
explained, to perfect the bill; that is
to say. to perfect it according to the
idea of the majority of the ways and
means committee.
He who represented the district mak
ing the most watch springs looked
after the watch spring business, and
he who represented the place where
sugar is raised lifted up his voice jusi
like the man who came from th.j wool wool-growing
growing wool-growing district uttered hi piercing
cry, and the man Representing the
watci spnnjr village was equal in vol
ume. in earnestness, in making his pro-

test, against the throttling of the in-j by the Woodworth Co., 1161 Broadway,
dustry represented by him, as was the j New York City, requesting an expiri expiri-man
man expiri-man from the canebrake and the sheep i mental package of Senpine, the great

t-rfnse. ijui, wnen the time came to
vote, everybody was flatened out with
equal ease and thoroughness by me
steuni roller, fuel and o supplied by
the majority and operated by the dif different
ferent different nir.H.ers of the ways and
m.'jus committee, who took turns at
the wheel.
To put it uulte frankly and plainly,
MY MAMA makes the "bcsN
est" bread, cakes and pies you
ever did sec, and she uses
White Clover Flour
'cause she says it is more bet better
ter better than mos' any other i!our-i
an' I s;uess my mama knows.
Satisfaction guaranteed.
A trial v.i!! convince.

the ways and means committee was de determined
termined determined that the tariff bill should
reach the House just as it was prepar prepared
ed prepared in the committee room, and there
was majority sufficient to put this
program through.
It is cjuite certain that all the mem members
bers members of the caucus" knew this, and it
was therefore equally certain that
those who tried to get the rates
changed did so to make a record that
they could tell about when they went
back home.
My little amendment shared the fate
of the balance of the noble three hun hundred
dred hundred (upon which not Cannon to the
right and to the left of them volleyed
and thundered. for Underwood was
equally effective), although my amend amendment
ment amendment sought not to change any rates,
alter any schedule or transpose any
lists. It was killed because, as some
members of the ways and means com committee
mittee committee told, me, they did not want any
material change made in the bill.
Now that tiie bill is in the House,
the wicked, which in this case is the
republican minority, will rave, and the
unrightous. meaning those same re republicans,
publicans, republicans, will be scornful. This rav raving
ing raving and this scorn will go on for about
two weeks. Then the democratic ma majority,
jority, majority, solidified by caucus action, will
rise up and sat those same wicked
and scornful and force them to take
the SAM IS medicine from the SAMiS
spoon with the SAME bitter taste that
tiie republican majority gave the dem democratic
ocratic democratic "minority when the I'ayne I'ayne-Aldrich
Aldrich I'ayne-Aldrich bill was put through.

as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
tne whole system when enterin
through the mucous surfaces. Such ar articles
ticles articles should never be used except on
prescriptions from reputable physic physicians,
ians, physicians, as the damage they will do is ten
fold to the good you can possibly de derive
rive derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure,
manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.,
rroledo, O., contains no mercury and is
taken internally, acting directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure
be sure you get the genuine. It is tak tak-en
en tak-en internally and made in Toledo, O.,
by F. J. Cheney fc Co. Testimonials
Sold by Druggists. Trice 75 cents
per bottle. Take
for constipation.
Hall's Family Pills
m' iiinrayr
Some IntereMtliiK HeuiM from the County
!eat of Sumter
Mr. II. C. Heintz who was a citizen
of this county for a short time, died
in Denver, Colo., on March 20.
We understand that the Hotel Als Als-iana
iana Als-iana will, open for trade in about two
Dr. D. M. Seymour has returned from
North Caroling. where he was sum summoned
moned summoned o the bedside of his mother,
who died and was laid to rest before
he returned home.
Mr.- V. A. Collins closed a five thou-
ing the price received by him for his
tomato crop, about fifty acres, in the
field. He gets that sum and does not
have to worry about the matter any
further. Tomato crops are promising
big returns this year and Sumter coun county
ty county has the finest ami largest crop in
its history.
Something unusual occurred in the
county judge's office here yesterday.
While testimony was being taken in a
divorce suit, a young "couple present presented
ed presented themselves to be married. The
divorce case was temporarily suspend-
I e(1 to tie t lie. new knot.
Expert Medical Scleatlata Announce
Startling Results Obtained
by Senpine
j New York Thousands are taking
advantage of the generous offer mad
discovery for asthma, hay fever, bran
chitis 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 difference
ence difference how long you have been suffer suffering
ing suffering or bow severe the climatic con conditions
ditions conditions are where you live, Senpine
will cure you.
If you have experimented with oth other
er other treatments and have failed to find
a cure do not be discouraged but send
for a trial of this wonderful truly mer meritorious
itorious meritorious remedy which is a scientific
compound discovered by a professor
of Vienna University, and is being
recommended by thousanda-
IliK Siireff!" Thl Vear
With Velvet
i Cushnell Times)
The velvet bean season for this year
has about passed, and there was a good
crop harvested and a good price realiz realized
ed realized for same. The Oxford bean hulling
establishment cleaned out about fifteen
hundred bushels, the greater part of
which was bought and marketed by
Mr. W. R. Haygood of this place. We
feel saf to say that velvet beans alone
have brought into this county nearly
$3,500 to say the least, and this sum
has been liberally distributed among
all parties handling the product, from
the planter to the one who marketed
If you continually complain of pains
in the stomach, your liver or your kid kidneys
neys kidneys are out of order. Neglect may
lead to 'dropsy, kidney trouble. d"a d"a-betes
betes d"a-betes or Erighfs disease. Thousands
recommend Electric Bitters as the very
best stomach and kidney medicine
made. IL T. Alston, of Raleigh, N. C,
who suffered with pain in. the stomach,
and back, writes: "My kidneys were
deranged and my liver did not work
right. I suffered much, but Electric
Bitters was recommended and I im improved
proved improved from the first dose. I now feel
like a new man." It will improve you,
too. Ouly 53 cents and 51. Recom Recommended
mended Recommended by Tydings & Co. Adv.


Uestern Inion Say Mental nguib
Men ure Will Makr It Cloe Half
ItM Florida Officeit
Tallahassee. April 26. The bill al
lowing persons to recover damages for
mental anguish resulting from delay
ed telegrams which caused the most
spectacular fight of the session, bring bringing
ing bringing Uelv'derf Hroriks vi.- nrcci.tnt r
the Western Union Telegraph Com Company,
pany, Company, from New York, passed the Sen
ate yesterday afternoon with a number
of amendments. It now goes back to
the House for concurrence in the
Western Union officials predict that
if the bill becomes a law, half the of
fices in Florida will be closed because
of the risk incurred by the company in
loing business under it.
Florida's suffragette armv. headed
by Mrs. Roselie Cooley of Jacksonville.
appeared in Tallahassee todav to go'
before the committee on constitutional
amendments this evening.
FOR SALE Maxwell automobile, 2:

0ii JIjL

For a

10c size Hecker s Self Rising Buckwheat 3 for 25c

20c 44
30c 44 44 44
40c 44
35c bottle Pure Maple Syrup
3 pounds Evaporated Apples
35c package Cluster Rasins


and things that you will need and which you will
buy, and we have them waiting for you. The big biggest,
gest, biggest, best line in the country. Just look at this
list of the few things we now have in stock:
Refr'geralors Porch Furniture
Ice Cream Freezers Matting and Crex Rugs
Lawn Mowers Big Porch Rockers
Rubber Hose Awnings
Porch Shades Mosquito Nets
Porch Swings Garden Plows
Lawn Seats and Garden Tools
Hammocks Flower Pots
Furniture of all kinds. Hardware of all kinds.
Leather Goods of all kinds. Builder's Material.
Paints and Painters Supplies. Wagons, Buggies.
Field and Poultry Wire Fence. Galvanized Iron.
In fact, everything except something to eat and
wear. 1 0


PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr. McClane's Residence, No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block, Southwest Corner Public Square.

horsepower, only been used six months.

In perfect condition, reason for selling.
need a four-passenger car. Apply to
L. F. lilalock. 4-lg
(tut look CohI for m Fine Tomato Crop
In thl Thriving; Section
(Paslujell Times)
We are sorry to learn of the death of
Mr. and Mrs. Hutto's little baby.
Mr. Tom Ward shipped five crates of
tomatoes last Saturday. The outlook
for prices Is good.
Mr. Witts, the tomato man. has ar arrived
rived arrived and says the tomato crop is bet better
ter better than he expected, and that prices
w-ill be good this season. Mr. IX W.
Swicord shipped something over one
hundred crates Tuesday of very fine
tomatoes, and others are getting up
their material for same.
Sick headaches, sour, gassy stomach,
indigestion and blliousnecs disappear
quickly after you take Dr. King's New
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BIttlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
It. It. Carroll, Uuslness Manager.
J. H. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered In the postofflce at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mall matter.
At 7:30 last evening, the delegation
from northeastern Levy and north northwestern
western northwestern Marion arrived at the Board
of Trade rooms, and was cordially
greeted by President Chace and Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Itooney, who were soon after re reinforced
inforced reinforced by other members of the
The delegation consisted of Dr. S. II.
Blitch and Mr. J. B. George of Blitch Blitch-ton,
ton, Blitch-ton, Messrs. J. B. Epperson, L. C. Hes Hester.
ter. Hester. D. E. Williams, John Harvey, S.
1'hillips, H. Wooten, Itr H. Keddick and
J. N. Willis from Williston. It was a
remarkably fine looking delegation,
and if the gentlemen from Levy are
representative of their county in looks
and brains, it will be well for Marion
to heed the Star's hint to go over and
grab that northeastern corner out of
the neighboring shire.
The delegates were helped to feel at
home by Mr. D. E. Mclver. who knows
them and their neighborhood very well.
From the number of people arriving,
it wa.s soon evident that the Board of
Trade room was not large enough for
the meeting, so the crowd adjourned to
the circuit court room, which was
kindly placed at its disposal by Sheriff
Galloway. Present at the meeting be beside
side beside the visitors were President Chace,
Secretary Rooney and Messrs. F. E.
Harris, Z. C. Chambliss. V. T. Gary, E.
T. Helvenston, D. W. Tompkins, J. P.
Phillips, Arthur Cobb, George MacKay,
J. M. Meffert, D. E. Mclver, Ben Rhein Rhein-auer,
auer, Rhein-auer, Fred Magaw, G. C. Pasteur, C. II.
Clements, F. W. Ditto and reporters
for the Times-Union and Star.
Against division appeared from Levy
county, Mr. Pinnell, a prominent citi citizen
zen citizen of Bronson.
The ball was opened by Mr. Phillips
of Williston, who set forth his side of
the case in eloquent and diplomatic
utterances As an orator, Pericles had
nothing on Mr. Phillips. His county
division points were so deftly wrapped
up in good roads cotton wool that you
didn't feel them cut until you saw the
blood running. He was so well prepar prepared
ed prepared to move that section out of Mar Marion
ion Marion however that he brought along the
skids, and they were well greased, in
the shape of a resolution" that he and his
friends desired the Board of Trade to
pass. It was a peach of a resolution
and so innocently worded that it would
have been adopted by some bodies
without dissent. But the Ocala bunch
cut their wisdom teeth some years ago,
and greeted the resolution with a
Mr. J. N. Willis followed Mr. Fhil Fhil-lips.
lips. Fhil-lips. Mr. Wilis was not so diplomatic
as 'Mr. Phillips. He put the case of
county division more bluntly.
- Dr. Blitch and Mr. George presented
the grievances of their section. They
told of the bad condition of their roads
and the way in which they had been
slighted in the distribution of county
funds. There was considerable weight
In their arguments, and they were
listened to with respectful attention.
Mr. Pinnell of Bronson spoke against
division from the standpoint of the
people of western Levy, who would be
left by it hardly enough county to do
During the debate some nice little
maps of the new county were passed
around. These maps show a dividing
line, between Marion and Bloxham be be-.
. be-. ginning a little east and south of Mlc Mlc-anopy
anopy Mlc-anopy and running south on a line
with Irvine and Fairfield to a point
due west of Lowell thence west about
five miles, thence south almost to
Leroy, thence west to the county line.
It would take all Levy county from the
present Marion line, along the Wlthla Wlthla-coochee
coochee Wlthla-coochee to the gulf, run along the gulf
coast to Wacasassa Bay, then turn in inland
land inland to a point due south of Meredith,
and run straight north to the Alachua
line. The following was printed on the
back of the card:
"Area of Marion county is 1,640
square miles.
"Area of Levy county is 1,133 square
"Assessed valuation of Marion coun county
ty county is approximately $4,000,000.
"Assessed valuation of Levy county
Is approximately $2,700, 00.
"Area of Bloxham county is approx approximately
imately approximately 540 square miles.
"Assessed valuation of Bloxham
county is $1,570,000.
"The population of Bloxham county
is approximately 6,250.
"Number of registered voters, peti petitioning
tioning petitioning for the new county. is 83 per
cent of the voting population."
The Star reporter asked the dele delegates
gates delegates why they didn't include Dunnel Dunnel-lon
lon Dunnel-lon in their new county, and they sur surprised
prised surprised hm by saying they didn't want
it, which was an unmerited slight on
the Phosphate City.
All the gentlemen were heard with
respectful attention, and almost all
agreed with them on the question of
roads, but gave them no comfort as to
county division. Short talks were made
by Messrs. Mclver, Chambliss, Chace
and Rooney, and one or two others. All
agreed that Marion should at once im improve
prove improve the Important highway running
through the Bl'tehton section to Wil Williston.
liston. Williston. Dr. Chace said the Board of
Trade couldn't be expected to pass any
resolution regarding county division.
Mr. Rooney moved that a committee be
appointed to urge road improvement
on the comm'ssloners, and his resolu resolution
tion resolution passed.
The meeting was a pleasant one, and
the participants parted with expres expressions
sions expressions of mutual god will. The visitors
came to the city in autos, and nearly
all returned to their homes after the
discussion was over.
The statement by Western Union of officials,
ficials, officials, that if the "mental anguish"
bill becomes law half their offices in
this state will have to shut up, is silly
bluff. A similar law has been In force
In Great Britain for forty years, and
the telegraph business In that country
i3 twice as large as ours in proportion
to populat'on.
At Friday night's meeting. Dr. Blitch
said the only way he could obtain
mention of the condition of the roads
In his section in the Ocala papers was
to write it himself. Well, doctor, if
you will study the papers, you will see
that there is very little mention of
any section in a county paper unless

some one in that section writes and
sends it in. Its the Star's misfortune
rather than its fault that its" editor
doesn't, see every corner of Marion
county twice a year. But if you will
come into the Star office, and look over

the files, you will find several editorial
mentions of your district road needs
more than for any other section in the
last year.
County Superintendent Brinson, who
attended the closing exercises at Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship school Friday night, says that
the fine program was well carried out
and witnessed by a large and appre appreciative
ciative appreciative audience. There were three
graduates Misses Lola Fae Beck and
Effie Claudia Wells and Mr. Sebron
Weathers Ferguson. Fellowship school
has had a very successful term. The
teachers were Mr. H. P. Chambers,
principal, and Miss Eleanor Seckinger,
The Ocala representatives to the
Florida Bankers' Association are home
from the meeting in Jacksonville. Mr.
A. E. Gerig of the Munroe & Chambliss
Bank was elected a member of the ex executive
ecutive executive committee. The officers are:
President. S. A. Wood, of DeLand; first
vice president, II. W. Eevins, of Cole Coleman;
man; Coleman; second vice president, J. Denham
Heard, of Jacksonville; third vice pres president.
ident. president. R. R. Turnbull, of Monticello;
fourth vice president, W. L. Cauthen,
of DeFuniak Springs. The next meet meeting
ing meeting will be held in Lakeland.
All our citizens who have had to
drive their autos over the much crit criticised
icised criticised Blitchton and Will'ston road, say
it is in mighty bad shape, and that the
work done on it the last year or so
has a tendency to make it worse in instead
stead instead of better.
Josephus Daniels, secretary of the
navy, lost heavily Friday in a fire that
totally destroyed the Raleigh, C,
News and Observer. The loss of Sec
retary Daniels will be about $100,000,
with considerable insurance, but the
fire completely wrecked the building,
which was by far the handsomest
newspaper home in North Carolina.
While abusing our county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners for not building and rebuilding
roads faster, it is just as well to re remember
member remember that they never have had the
means to do the needed work. The
county had too much the start of them
in size. Marion county is bigger than
some European kingdoms that had
fair to middling roads a thousand
years ago.
Saturday is Memorial Day for the
Confederates, and will be generally ob
served in the South and when we read
that the Federal army supplied over
2,000,000 enlistments, and the Confed
erates only 600,000, it is not difficult to
tell who the victors were, but the
South is not accredited with the same.
Inverness Chronicle.
Major Butler was evidently one of
the victors.
The Star has inquired diligently and
is unable to find any law against kill
ing buzzards. Shoot the Infernal pests
whenever you have a chance.
Representative Spencer of Marion
county, is only twenty-three years old,
but he is very much of a man. lie looks
like a football favorite, walks like a
native or Yvewahltchka, eats HKe a
Sunday school superintendent at a pic picnic,
nic, picnic, has a "reach" like a prizefighter.
and thinks like a man. Spencer, Is a
progressive, and is one of Florida's
coming men. Marion county has
right to be proud of him. Chas.
Jones in Dixie.
The newspaper boys did not force
Ion L. Farris to apologize. He had
nothing to apologize for, because ev everything
erything everything he said was true, and it
should have been said. Farris did not
make an attack on the writers employ
ed by the various papers. He spoke of
the article which was in the Times-
Union, which was unfair and false
and which was prepared by a paid
lobbyist of the Western Union Tele Telegraph
graph Telegraph Company. Chas. E. Jones in
In Bolton, Vermont, a negro youth
nineteen years old, was thrown into
river, where he drowned, and four
men employed as section hands on
railroad are accused of the crime. The
negro was suspected of having stolen
their full dinner pails.
In South Carolina an affair of this
nature is politely spoken of as
lynching. Vermont, however, is
outside of the "lynching belt." Colum
bia, S. C. State.
The young man who settles down
can be relied on to settle up. Times
Now is the time to make a clean
town. All the time is the time to keep
it clean. Bushnell Times.
Senator Bryan's position on the tariff
Is fair, honest and democratic. It is
just what the people who elected him
expected of him. Pensacola Journal
Col. Dame is a mighty good young
lawyer, and so Is Col. Sehofield, but
when they come to tackle Ed. Davis
and strive to win a case, they have
something to do, and more. too. In
verness Chronicle.
Secretary Daniels' order abolishing
the terms "port" and "starboard" may
make landlubbers out of seamen, but
no order could make a seaman out of
a landlubber. St. Petersburg Inde Independent.
pendent. Independent. Will the legislature pass the drunk drunken
en drunken chauffeur law? A man under the in influence
fluence influence of liquor has no more right to
run an automobile than a crazy man
has to be a locomotive engineer.
Miami Metropolis.
Lloyd George proposes a loan to as assist
sist assist cotton growing along the Nile.
That money Is going in the wrong di direction.
rection. direction. Every dollar spent on cotton
growing in the south will add as much
to the cotton supply as ten would else elsewhere.
where. elsewhere. Times-Union.

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IleHoIut inn Adopted by a Meeting of
ltl-n at the Hoard of Trade
Room Till Morning
At an indignation meeting hela in
the Board of Trade rooms this morn morning,
ing, morning, which meeting was largely at attended
tended attended by citizens o Ocala, the under undersigned
signed undersigned committee was appointed to
meet Immediately with directions to
draft resolutions expressing their in indignation
dignation indignation at the condition of affairs
existing in Ocala caused by the roam roaming
ing roaming at large of stock. The following
resolutions were drafted:
Whereas, the city of Ocala has suf
fered in the past very greatly from
the roaming at large of cattle and
hogs destroying lawns and gardens,
both flower and vegetable; and
Whereas, the Fort King Improve Improvement
ment Improvement Association and many other citi citizens,
zens, citizens, have, at great expense and labor,
improved their lawns and flower gar gardens;
dens; gardens; and
Whereas, due to the depredations
above cited", these premises have been
seriously damaged; therefore be it
Resolved, That we hereby express
our strongest indignation that such
conditions should be allowed to obtain,
and we express our determination to
bring such a condition to a finish by
united and harmonious action as citi citizens
zens citizens in appealing for proper protection
from those who have authority to con control
trol control and regulate municipal affairs in
Ocala, to the effect that they pass or
dinances increasing the impounding
fees to five dollars per head upon all
cattle, hogs or other stock found roam
ing-at large in the city.
That in case the municipal authori authorities
ties authorities fail to do their duty in protecting
citizens from the depredations of stock
roaming at large, we assume the re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility and will employ such
means as will rid ourselves of the evil
and protect our premises from further
injury resulting from similar causes.
W. S. Bullock,
Z. C. Chambliss,
Rev. W. II. Dodge,
Rev. J. B. Ley,
W. T. Gary, Committee.
The immediate reason for tne meet meeting
ing meeting was raids that were made by hogs
on a number of cherished yards and
flower gardens on the east side of the
city Thursday and Friday nights. The
destruction wrought by the animals
was grievous, and as the said yards
and gardens did much in the way of
beautifying the city, and setting a
good example, the people of the entire
town can sympathize with the owners.
A number of redhot speeches were
made, and not a little disposition to
establish a shotgun quarantine was
shown. The state law is antiquated
and inadequate. The only legal rem remedy
edy remedy is to shut up the cattle and require
damages, which isn't practicable, or
even possible, one time n ten.
The following were present: Messrs.
F. E. Harris. W. S. Bullock, Z. C.
Chambliss, J. B. Ley, E. Van Hood,
Walter Hood, W. 'II. Dodge, D. S.
Woodrow, W. T. Gary, R. S. Hall, E.
C. Bennett, Clifford Anderson, L. P.
Blalock, Chas. II. Lloyd, E. T. Helven Helvenston,
ston, Helvenston, C. Carmichael, Fred Magaw and
a Star reporter.
The decoration of the graves was
beautifully carried out, not a grave
being o'erlooked. Mrs. Sistrunk had
charge of the monuments, and the
great abundance of blossoms and
wreaths used turned them into per perfect
fect perfect pillars of flowers. Mrs. E. M.
Howard and Mrs. Jake Brown were in
charge of the graves and a blanket of
flowers was spread on each one. Flags
were placed at the corners of the cem cemetery
etery cemetery and one in the center. Both the
old and new cemetery were decorated.
Next year decoration day will be on
Sunday and a specjal program will be,
The decoration of th monument on
the court house square was more beau beautiful
tiful beautiful and tasteful, if possible, than eve'
before, from the flag draping the figure
on the monument to the bouquets and
garjands at the base.
Grace Episcopal
Rev. Jas. G. Glass, Priest in Charge
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Litany with sermon.
(Pastor. Rev. W. H. Dodge, D. D.)
9:45 a. m. Sunday School.
11 a. m. Sermon to the lodge of
Odd Fellows. All members of lodge
invited to attend.
3 p. m. Junior Missionary Society.
7:30 p. m. Sermon.- Subject, "Wells
of Salvation."
A cordial invitation extended to the
public. Strangers cordially welcomed.
Rev. J. B. Ley, Pastor.
Bible school, 0:30 a. m.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.,
by Bro. F. R .Bridges, presiding elder.
Senior League at 3:30 p. m. Good mus music.
ic. music. Public cordially invited.
(W. 11. Coleman, Minister.)
10 a. m. Sunday School.
3 p. m. Junior C. E.
11 a. m. Sermon.
7:30 p. m.-Sermoti.
Special music.
Everybody welcome.
The Junior C. E. will have a regular
program which will be the program
laid out in the King's Builders and Mrs.
Chace will act as superintendent while
Mrs. Coleman is sick.
Two room ?ize axminster druggets,
two axminter hall runners, three ax
minster rugs, all Oriental patterns; one
three-burner perfect'on oil stove, one
glass front combination cupboard, fine
lace curtains, portiers, couch, felt mat
tress and cover, phonograph and twelve
nicely selected records. Henry Peyser,
119 Ft. King Ave. and Sanchez.
Ladies, it is a comb that we guar
antee that you cannot break. Call at
the Court Pharmacy and ask to see it
on your next trip down town. Adv.
Don'tbe surprised If you nave an at
tack of rheumatism th's spring. Just
rub the affected parts freely with
Chamberlain's Liniment and it will
soon disappear. For sale by all dti.1-


Six. Reels, Cah Prlie, Good Musi? at
the Ideal Tonight
The lucky one last night to win the
cash jirSze at the Ideal was Miss Lillian
Godbold. The pictures were all good
and the attendance was surprisingly
large for Friday night. Tonight's pro program
gram program of six reels is as follows:
"A Friend Indeed,' 'a capital western
drama full of fire.
"A Long Evening," a comedy situa situation
tion situation that compels happy laughter.
"Hawkins Moves" is a laugh-provok
ing comedy featuring Early and Mat Mat-tie,
tie, Mat-tie, also three other fine pictures.
Dont forget the cash prize and good
music at the. Ideal tonight.
Five Feature Licenced Reels Temple
A fine Saturday's program. Five fine
licensed pictures, comedy and western.
Doors open at 6:30 and the price is 5
and 10 cents. Good music by the Tem Temple
ple Temple orchestra. Monday is the big night.
"Ponce de Leon Day at St. Augustine"
is the good thing, for one night only.
Coming, the biggest of big features
direct from Montgomery's theater,
"Hagenbeck and Wallace Circus."
'Medina, O., County Gazette)
A Medina woman in Florida has giv given
en given her views of that state in verse as
No where so many tourists- seen.
As here in Florida;
No wiiere the wood-hog e'er so lean.
As here in Florida.
No where mud creeks have the smell.
And no where else the truth to tell.
Is it as hot this side of hell,
As here in Florida.
No where so many bright days of sun,
As here in Florida;
No where so slow the trains do run.
As here in Florida.
And when my time has come to go
Just bring me here because you know
I'll, longer live I'll die so slow,
Down here in Florida
No where will soil so well suffice
As here in Florida;
No where do ancestors cut such ice.
As here in Florida.
And 1 believe this lazy land
Of tieas and niggers, heat and sand
Was simply fashioned to be damned,
Down here in Florida.
A good front office on ground floor,
well adapted for insurance, physician,
real estate, etc. Apply to R. E.
Yonge. 4-16-tf
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour. Ad.
For sale, Herreshoff three-passenger
runabout automobile. For all prac practical
tical practical purposes -is as good as new. My
reason for selling is that I desire a
larger car. Cheap for cash. Miss Min Minnie
nie Minnie Stovall, Ocala. 4-24-dv tf
My home at Woodmar on Lake Weir,
is for rent for the months of June, July
and August, completely furnished. Ap Apply
ply Apply to J. G. Lege, Eastlake. Fla. 4-16-tf
Flies are a great menace to health
and aside from the question of health,
they are very disagreeable. Let us
screen your house with our modern
method, home manufactured screens.
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. 3-25-tf
The quickest and surest cure for
burns, bruises, bolls, sores. Inflamma Inflammation
tion Inflammation and all skin biseases is Bucklin's
Arnica Salve. In four days it cured L
H. Haflln, of Iredell, Tex., of a sore on
his ankle which pained him so he could
hardly walk. iShouJd be in every
house. Only 25 cents. Recommended
by Tydings & Co. Adv.
(Hu&hnell Times)
Yesterday morning Dr. Clyde L Car Carter,
ter, Carter, Misses Fannie Stewart, Marie
Stewart and' Hazel Stewart came down
in an automobile and called at the
county judge's office, where Dr. Car
ter and Miss Fannie were soon united
in marriage by the judge. The bride
is th pretty daughter of Mr. R. M
Stewart of Wildwood and is one of
Sumter county's most lovable youn
ladies. Dr. Carter is a very successful
young physician who has been located
at Wildwood about a year. He is the
oldest son of Col. Syd L Carter of
Gainesville, who was so well and fav
orably known to Sumter county people.
The happy young couple will com
mence housekeeping at Wildwood.
If you wish to buy, sell,
lease, or exchange, it will
pay you to take the matter
up with me at once.
Ocala, Florida.
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
Funeral Directors
Ml Work Done toy Licensed Era Era-balmers
balmers Era-balmers and Fully Guaranteed.
D. E. Mclrer 1
:. V. Roberts 30b
Undertaking Office 47

The success of a bank depends upon its ability to meet the requirements
of the public. It must provide a safe place for the people to deposit their funds,
and must distribute its loans to do the greatest good to the greatest number.
It must be managed by men of unquestionable integrity, sound business
judgment--with ability enough to say "yes" and backbone enough to say "no."
Our sixteen years of banking experience is the record upon which we stand.




General Building Contractors
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Building Brick, Both Common and Pressed.

The commencement exercises at Fes Fes-senden
senden Fes-senden Academy and Industrial School
will begin tomorrow afternoon at two
o'clock, at which tinie liev. A. J. Jamts
will deliver the baccalaureate sermon
to the graduating" class.
Wednesday evening at 7:30 the an annual
nual annual concert will be given by the high
school students. This will be a most
interesting evening as a part of the
program will be a comedy. "Seeing
Uncle Jack," presented by a company
of young ladies.
Commencement exercises will be held
in the academic chapel Thursday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 2:30. In addition to the four
orations which are to be delivered by
the graduates, Rev. Dr. James O. Mer Merrill,
rill, Merrill, former president of Fisk Univer University,
sity, University, will deliver the commencement
The public Is cordially invited to be
present at all these exercises.
Ocala People Have Found That This I
A cold, a strain, a sudden wrench,
A little cause may hurt the kidneys
Spells of backache often follow.
Or some irregularity of the urine.
A splendid remedy for su:h attacks,
A medicine that has satisfied thou
Is Doan's Kidney Pills.
Thousands of people rely upon It.
Here is one Palatka case:
G. W. Hall, River street, Palatka,
Fla,, says: "I can strongly recom
mend Doan's Kidney Pills, for my ex experience
perience experience with th.em convinced me that
they act just as represented. I have
taken Doan's Kidney Pills on several
occasions for weak kidneys and lame
and aching back and I have never fail
ed to get benefit."
"When Your Back is Lame Remem
ber the Name." Don't simply ask for a
kidney remedy ask distinctly for
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr.
Hall had. 50 all stores. Foster-Mil-
burn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Ad No 4
The market lormeny Known as the
Ollie Mordis Is now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and fish
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right
Yours respectfully,
Dealer in Fancy Groceries. N. .Magnolia.
Coughs and colds, when neglected,
always lead to serious trouble of the
lungs. The wisest thing to do when
you have a cold that troubles you is to
get a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis Discovery.
covery. Discovery. Tou will get relief from the
first dose, and finally the cough will
disappear. O. H. Brown, of Muscadine,
Ala., writes: "My wife was down in
bed with an obstinate cough, and I
honestly believe had it rot been for
Dr. King's New Discovery, she would
not be living today." Known for
forty-three years as the best remedy
for coughs and colds. Price 50 cents
and H. Recommended by Tydings &
Co. Adv.
"My little son had a very severe cold,
was recommended to try Chamberlain's
Cough Fi.emedy, and before a small bot bottle
tle bottle was finished he was as well as
ever," writes Mrs. H. Silks, 29 Dowllng
street, Sydney, Australia. This remedy
Is for sale by all dealers. Adv.
MlMscmrr covers
An elent lin oZ lawyers' manu
script covers, in any color that could
be desired. Just received at the Star
The correct treatment for cuts,
burns, scald3, wounds, sores lumbago,
rheumatism, or neuralgia is BAL BALLARD'S
ing, penetrating and anticeptlc which
is everything that is needed to effect
a complete cure- Price 25c, 50c and Jl
per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Ad.
If you eat something wb ch disagrees
with you, don't let It work its own way
through. It's a slow process and
makes you feel bad. Get rid of It
quickly by taking a dos of HERBINE.
It drives out impurities In the stomach
and bowels and you feel better immedi immediately.
ately. immediately. Price 50 cents. Sold by all
dealers. Adv.
Tou will look a gooa while before
you Snd a better medicine for cough3
and colds than Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It rot only gives relief It
cures. Try It when you have a cough
or cold, and you are certain to be pleas pleased
ed pleased with the prompt cure which it will
effect. For sale by all dealers. Adv.

unroe Sl CtiamMIss



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We have several Pianos, recently
rebuilt, that are nearly as good as
new, as low as $100.00 each.
Organs as low as $15.00 each.
Easy terms..





Instead of going up until it becomes a luxury,
OUR ICE stays at prices so low that everybody can
use it freely and never ."miss the money."


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When a man is sick he pays a doctor for advice
before he uses it; he does the same with his lawyer.
The banker .ives advice cheerfully and free. When
you .'ire in financial difficulties, why not consult us?
It is strange that the banker, whose advice is as
cheerful as if is free, is never sought BEFORE men
have risked and lost their money, but AFTER. If
you want some advice or help, come in; we will wel welcome
come welcome you.

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We b:w? just received a carloaJ of the Famous SOUTHERN
Wire I'.-'ioircr. ttarles nad Hay wire and are in a position tQ
make .-oiv.e attractive prices on it. We are the only dealers
in th:.- section of the co-.ititry that handle this brand of fence and

- t:Ue.i m tlie that it is absolutely the best,
co on the market, and running it as we have in
villi the many inferior grades of wire fence. We
:e ; henou:cnal sales on it and made many friends
s. Give us your orders, if the goods don't make

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HClllfi HUES

Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.

at BREXAf College

Easter lilies for sale. Phone 279. Ad.

Mr. R. J. Rivers, the sawmill man,

came in today irom uunneiion.

Rheinauer's Is the place to find the

beat makes and most popular prices of
ladies and children's shoes. AL

Messrs. Knight & Lang yesterday

sold a second-hand E. M. F. car to a

Mr. Hathcox of Leesburg.

Melba face preparations are new ar

rivals at the Court Pharmacy. Just
look around on entering the store and

you will see them. Adv.

Mr. E. A. Polly returned from Crys Crystal
tal Crystal River this afternoon.

The unique Parker pen sing in the
show window of the Court Pharmacy
i attracting much attention.

The Baptist sewing circle will meet
with Mrs. J. C. Caldwell Monday afternoon.

Shoe polish of every description can
be found at the Court Pharmacy. If it
is shoe polish, they have it. Adv.

Mr. Thomas Sexton came in today
from the mines to spend the week end
with h's family.

young hens, 1912 hatch, for sale at
$1.50 each. McLean Bros. Poultry
Farm, Conant, Fla. 4 23-w 2t

Miss Grace Holloway, one of Mcin Mcintosh's
tosh's Mcintosh's attractive young ladies, was

shopping in the city yesterday.

Gainesville Sun.

FOR SALE 25 to 30 Plymouth Rock
homing pigeons. Apply to this of office.
fice. office. 4-25.ll

In the voting contest which is held
at Brenau College. Gainesville, Ga.,
each year wherein the distinguishing
characteristics of the students are
voted upon by the college community,
much interest has been shown this
year. From quite a large number of
contestants Miss Ethel Haycraft of
Ocala was elected the best pianist.
Miss Haycraft will graduate this year
under Prof. Otto Pfefferkson. who is
among the greatest artists and teach teachers
ers teachers in the south.


The Odd Fellows anniversary sermon
will be preached at the Presbyterian
church tomorrow morning by Rev.
V. II. Dodge.
All members of Tulula Lodge and
all visUing Odd Fellows are requested
to meet at the hall at 10:45 a. m., to
proceed to the church. In view of the
occasion, and the excellent sermon Dr.
Dodge is sure to preach, it Is hoped all
the members will be present.


The city board of health has devised
a way to fold a piece of paper seven
inches square into a most convenient
drinking cup which will be most use useful
ful useful to travelers and school children.
For further particulars apply to the
board of health and the simple method
of folding the paper will be explained.


Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Geiger wish to
thank their many friends for the many
kindnesses and the sympathy shown
them in the hour of their deep sorrow
and bereavement in the death of their
beloved son.


Fair northwest portion, slightly
cooler northeast and central portions.

slathewsof Fairfield.

The county judae has issued a mar marriage
riage marriage license to Mr. Robert Mickens

and MiAs Hester

Nunnally's candies, always fresh,
sent every few days by express to the
Postoffice Drugstore. Adv.

There wa,s a good crowd out at the
Temple last night and the pictures'
were all to the good, as usual. Every Everyone
one Everyone is looking forward to next week's
features, all of which are highly recommended.


New 1913 World's Almanac, Just re received;
ceived; received; 35 cents at Ballard's News Newsstand.
stand. Newsstand. Adv.

COOK WANTED Ua, to Tampa.
Room furnished. Best wages. German
or. colored,. Cook and general house housework.
work. housework. Small family. Apply Saturday
or Monday to Mr. J. B. Ley, 99 Fort
King avenue. 4-34-3t

Everybody who passed the Munroe &

Chamblisa Bank today admired the
box of beautiful oranges on display in
one of the windows. They were sent
from the Tonner & Borland Crescent
Grove at Citra to Mr. Chambliss aad
were nothing less than bala of sugar
and gold The orange season Is now
supposed to be over here but this fruit
is a,s firm and full of juice as any that
could have been found at Christmas.


If you have any Hems for this de department,
partment, department, call Phone 106.

Uft Van Enselken Hofttea of Auction
Three tables of players enjoying an
afternoon at auction with Miss Marie

Van Engelken included Misses Minnie

Stovall. Bettie Mclver. Eugenia Fuller.

Clara Johnson, Mary Burford, Annie
Davis. Hope Robinson, Alice Bullock.

Mary Skipworth, Hester Dewey, Bern-

Ice Alfred and Annie Atkinson. The
occasion was the regular weekly meet

ing of the Young Ladies' Auction Club.

The games, as usual, were interesting

and the two best players were awarded
with silk hose. The hostess at the

conclusion of the games served nessel-

rode pudding and angel food to her
guests, who were joined by Misses
Dorothy Schreiber and Ophelia Saw Saw-telL

MU Bridge Eateriaiaed
School Graduate


Mr. Walter Burt, one of the popular
A. C. L, conductors whose home is in
Jacksonville, came up today from a
short visit to his summer home at

The young ladies of the PhUathea
class had a successful cany saleat
the bandstand thi morning. Their
candy was almost as saccharine as
their smiles and their custohiers

couldn't obtain enough of either.

FO.R REXT- Oomrortable house close
iu.' Apply to Star office. 4-22-?

Mr. Geo. M. Blitch Lao just return
ed from a month's visit to South Flor

i ida. p uays the country is beautiful

and the towns growing like magic, luut
they haven't the solid booking like
those in old Marian,.

Take any dollar out of your pocket, look at it and realize
what it means. In that dollar there is a man's work for a
whole day, and there is FOR YOU freedom from slavery and
from poverty for at least one day.
Look at the dollar, realize it represents labor value frozen
into money.
Keep that dollar not in your pocket, but in this Lank,
where it will earn interest. Add other dollars to it, and it
won't take you long to become independent.


BL S. STOKES. Cashier.




of Qoaia,

W. W. Striplin
made his regular

here yesterday, says that business is'

getting to be the best ever all oyer

South Florida. Mr. Stripling is not only

a good drummer, uui a representative

citizen, and knows whereof he speaks.

Inverness Chronicle.

Ti members of the city c-quhcII

wh )held an informal meettna yesterday
i nftmrinn in rri-n Gil 1 1 w!tVi "Tt- T? T.

-monthly visit i... P ,
u v,.. i est. of MeCrary & Co., municipal en

gineering, Atlanta. This is the firm
that is putting in plans at Gainesville,
Sarasota and other piaees in the state.

Trailing Arhutus, a new talcum pow

der for Rexall stores. At the Postof

fice Drugstore. Adv.

Mr. J. M, Meffrt presented Secre

tary Rooney with one of his home

made hamss, and Rooney was so proud

of It that he hung it up in the Board

of Trade window as a Marion county
exhibit. He'll eat it after awhile, tho;
anybody can tell by looking at Rooney

that he likes good eating. Its a fine
ham, but Mr. Meffert says if he had
known it was going to be put on. ex ex-h'bition
h'bition ex-h'bition he would have brQuijht a big

ger one.

This Park company will give its
closing performance tonight, It has
given its usual satisfaction and had a
crowded tent every night. The pret prettiest
tiest prettiest feature of the performances has
ben the superb piano playing of Miss
May Park.

Solid and filled cnams, the best for
the money, and guaranteed as repre represented.
sented. represented. A. E. Burnett. Ad.

The report that t,h Air Dome had

closed is erctneoub. It is only waiting

for goo't weather, and will reassert
old-time popularity when the eyuias

are clear and hot.

Miss Osie HalH who was hurt In the

I motorcycle accident the other day, is
able to return to her work.

Rev. J. A. Logan, who $s supplying

for the Weirsdal and Center Hill

Presbyterian churches, was in town to-

;day from Crystal River on the way to

Center Hill. Rev. Logan has been rpr

the past seven months editor and man

ager of the Crystal River News, and

I has been doing well with the plant.

Don't forget about those unbreaka

ble combs that we guarantee at the

I Court Pharmacy, Adv.

H. F. Stephens and J. D. Odom went

to Ocala Thursday night of last week

in Mr. Odom s Ford car. They eio.t

having made the trip in touf hours.

Mr. Odom is now in thy mercantile
business near Ocala. Mr, Stephen re.

turned to the city Monday evening and

left for E-nvill Tuesday morning.
Bpookeville ArgUsj.

Sweet peas by the dozen or hundred..

Phone No. 246. Adv. 4-2.l-3.tcl

Mr. Edward Tucker, district agent

for the Maxwell line of cars, retuyned;

today from Atlanta, wher-e he went to
have a business v'nference with the

United Mwtor Atlanta Co., southern

distributors of his car.



Michigan, splendid condition,

$1,000; cost new. U9S0,
1912 Cadillac, splendid condition,
$1,280; eost new $2,240.
1911 Cadillac, splendid condition,
$900: cost new $2,100.
Maxwell Roadster, splendid condi condition,
tion, condition, $250; cost new $7 Zi.
1911 Rambler, fair Wh.ape, $250,;.
cost lrW $2,2.00.
And Others just as good' hAr&aJns.
Agents fop Lazier, M'chigan 49 ana
419 West Adams St.
Phone 4787. Jacksonville, Fla.

Apply to Mrs. R. p. duller. 1-5

A(j nn incusnMcm meeting largely
attended by our citizens, growing out
of the depredations on flower and veg vegetable
etable vegetable gardens and lawns in the city,
at the Board of Trade rooms this
morning at 9 o'clock, a reQt'w
unanimouslv assu appointing a com com-niute
niute com-niute consisting of W. S. Bullock, Z.
C. Chambliss, Rev. W. H. Dodge, Rev.
J, B. Ley and W. T. Gary, to take such

action as might be suitable, necessary

and proper to prepare a petition td

circulated in voting pieemet number

one. camps lor an election in saia pre precinct
cinct precinct to prohibit the running at large

of cattle, hogs and other stock in said

precinct. A more detailed statement
of the proceedings of the meeting will

be found in ancuher column.






Teams icr Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Packing and
Shipping of
Furniture, Pinnos
and Sates.
Baggage Service
hhe Dest.

vitA.Nrr.R and rnsr.i'itooF storage
OLLIER BROS., Proprietors.

WANTED Man- with' family for

farm work. Must be in position to

commence now. Box 163. 4-21


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We Sell
Superior to Plaster
or Ceiling in
Quality or Price,
Phone 296

There was an ''amoosin' occurrence
on Fort King avenue yesterday after

noon. A bunch of children were goin

home from the primary school, and, as

usual, playing along the way. One lit

tie girl had a teddybear, and a boj

about her own size knocked it out of

her arms. It fell on the sidewalk, and

older people who saw the event felt
like sympathizing with the little girl

so roughly treated. The young lady

however, was not much fazed. She
picked up the teddybear. carefully

dusted it; then walked up to her smal

opponent and handed him two wjt
kicks right where they did the mos

good. If he isn't a coming suffragette

th Star mises its guess.

3 cans Van Camp's soup 25c

" beans. ...2$e
" M grainy 25c
" Mince Ueat 25c
" Sunbeam shrimp N. . 25c
lb Soda... IX 5c

2 cans small Hat Salmon 35c

"large " ..30c
" tall Salmon., 30c
" Argo large Salmon 45c

" Ocean Gem tall 20c

Hotel Astor Coffee
40 cts. per Pound
40 cts. per Pound

For first class antomoDIIe service

by the trip, hour or day, phone No

327. First class car and uniformly

low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad

Miss Emmilee Bridges was the at attractive
tractive attractive young hostess entertaining
the seniors last evening at the home
of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. T.
E. Bridges. The" Quests who were
Misses Mamie Sjjeppard, Christine
Hjort, Mabel Meffert, Mary Sanders,
Messrs. Robert Clarksjbn, Robert Con Connor,
nor, Connor, Olaf Zewadski, Fat Anderson and
Joe Blalock, were asked to come in
tacky costumes and the result was the
meeting of ten people in the most out outlandish
landish outlandish costumes possible, which caus caused
ed caused convultions of laughter during the
entire evening.
... Mrs. Bridges "and Miss Elizabeth
Mizelle assisted the hostess in her
duties. The latter served red lemon lemonade
ade lemonade while the guests were arriving
and later read the palms of each as
they called at her Gypsy tent on the
Various games and contests made

the hours pass rapidly. One was the
drawing of their ideal on a heart with
chewing gum. A candy pulling was

held on the back piazza and many
other things were done. The refresh

ments were what all school kids like,
ginger cakes, buttermilk, hot buttered

rolls and cheese apples.

For this occasion Mrs. Bridges had

her attractive home decorated with

pink and white oleanders, roses, Easter

lilies and ferns, the beauties of which

added to the grand success of the eve evening's
ning's evening's entertainment, which did not
end until .midnights v,
. "-
fenftagement of Mr. Pelot i Minn tlill
Announced 1
The news of the announcement of
the engagement and June wedding of
Mr. John W. Pelot 6t Jacksonville to
Mias Geraldin' Hill which was made
at the latteri-henre- at Berwick, Pa.,
on January 4th, is being received with
cordial interest hif the friends of Mr.

Pelot ihraughaut. Florida, . ,.

Mr. Telot is the eldest son of Mr. and

Mrs. J. A, Telot, who until a few years
ago when they moved to their mag magnificent
nificent magnificent orange grove in South Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, were residents of Ocala and dur during
ing during his sojourn in Jacksonville, which
began a short time previous to the de departure
parture departure of his parents, he has connect connected
ed connected himself prominently with both the

business and soetal world, and has a
broad circle- of friends to welcome his

oung wife who is already well-known

n jacKsonviiie. ine roiiowing ex

tract headed "Miss Hill Let Cat Out of

Bag," was taken from the Berwick
Morning Press:

Miss Geraldine Hill, of Beach Havn,

delightfully entertained a number of
her girl friends at dinner. Saturday ev

ening, at which Urn she announced
her engagement in a very unique man

ner iut before dinner was served.

A bag was mysteriously brought into
the room, out of whfch leaped the

family cat, with cards attached to

his neck. When the names of Mis

Hil awd Mr. John W. Pelot, of Jack

sonville. Fla., were read, the "CAT"

was indeed literally and figuratively,

"put of th$ bag.' The guests who en enjoyed;
joyed; enjoyed; Miss Hill's hospitality were:

Misses Elizabeth Lowry, Grace Hill,

Bernice Zehnderi Mild-ed Zehnder,

Mary Evans, ttthel Steck. Genevieve


Miss Hill is the daughter of Mr. and

Mrs. E, W, Hill of Beach Haven, and

one of the popular members of Ber-

wlek's social set. She is a graduate of

Berwick school, class of 1906, as well

as a graduate of Syracuse University,

where she completed a course in music,

and is an accomplished musician. The
news of her engagement will be re received
ceived received with surprise by her legion of
fuends in this section. It was while
visiting her coilese rrrend. Miss Camp Campbell
bell Campbell io Jacksonville, Fla., that Miss
Hill met Mr. Pelot,
Mr. Pelot's Oeala friends extend

Picnic to Silver nrl"-
Bright and, early this morning a "-jolly
cawi of young: folks left by train
and in cars for Silver Springs for an
all-day picnic Misses Adele Bittinare
and Fannie Robinson chaperoned the

crowd whicH included a number of

the'r Sund4x-sclit pupils and Irienas

ome of whum wiere Misses Mildred

PyWfc, Mabel Meffert. Annie Moorhead,

Hannay Ellis, Clair Woodrow, Virginia
Sistrunk. Martha Kate RenU, Mary
Lou Luckie and Messrs, Albert Harris,

Olaf Zewadski and LaGrange Sistrunk.

The day wa delightfully spent row.-

ns, wimming and eating.


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South Atlantic League,
Every Evening.
Keatiitcf Bullet.





Breakfast Bacon Boiled Ham, Dried Bcel,
Boneless Ham and Bologna Sausage.
Any of the above sliced thin to suit your taste on
modern slicing machine.


Finest (luallty of Florida and Western Ileef,
Frcnh VrKCtablcM.

Pork Lamb aad

Phone 108 W. II. MARSH, City Market

itials A. and H. centered the hearts.
Extending to the table ends were run-ftt-rs
of pink fulle terminating in
rosettes. Twined in with the tulle were
delicate sprays of asparagus fern.
Pinner was served in three courses
anA included the following delicious
dphes with their relishes: Tomato
boullion. chicken salad, potato chips,
sandwiches, olives, celery, ice cream
and cake. On rising from, the table
Miss Alfred was presented with a gor gorgeous
geous gorgeous bouquet of sweet peas. The din dinner
ner dinner party was concluded with a motion
picture party at the Temple, Mr. Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row being the host.
IIkm HiilliK-k 4o Entertain for MIkmcm
Nrn'Nume auil Alfred.
Wednesday morning at ten o'clock.
Miss Alice Bullock will be hostess at a
delightful sewing party which she will
give for her cousin, Miss Elizebeth

Xewsome and Miss Bernice Alfred, two

Mrs. W. II. Coleman, we regret to

say, is no netter today.

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Miss Mary Skipworth expects to re

turn to her home at hite Springs
Monday, thereby concluding a delight

ful visit of three weeks with Miss

Clara Johnson.

Mr. John Carney of Lake Weir and

Mr. W. J. Frink of Levon were out of

town visitors in the city last night.

Mr. Carney returned from Tampa Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday where he was an attendant at

the meeting of the citrus fruit grow growers.
ers. growers. While in Tampa Mr. Carney was
the guest of his sister, Mrs. W. B.
Miss Dorothy Morrish of Leesburg,
who has so successfully conducted the
primary department of the Starke pub public
lic public school, has been re-elected to the
same position for another term. Miss
Morrish was the pretty Christmas

guest of Miss Dorothy Schreiber.


phone ies


Party fox

Wmm Alfred

Mr. Perry, an estimable citizen of

Lake City, who has been the guest of

his daughter, Mrs. O. H. Rogers at
Lynne for several weeks, returned
home today.
Mr. and Mr. Abe Brown, formerly-of
Ocala, out now of Chattanooga, Tenn.,
are numbered among the sojourners at
Tate Springs, Tenn., along with Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Rhefnauer df this
, v,
Mr. W. C. Bennett, who accompanied

his wife and daughter Constance, to
Boston, where they will visit relatives
for some time, has returned to Ocala.

Mr. L It. Chazal and family
spending the week end at their
home on Lake Weir.

Groves, who

better today.

Mr. E. J. Nix. who was the guet
of Mrs. McMichael at Hernando the
first of the week, has returned home.

lock for a week, while attending the
missionary convention. Lake City In


Mrs. Alonzo B. McMullen, of Tampa,

who was Miss Edna Jeffords of this

city was one of the clever characters

taking part in a playet given by the the-Morning
Morning the-Morning Musical Club in Tampa yes


Frank Sanders, now of Ocata, Is vis

iting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B.

Sanders, here this week. He is being?
kept busy shaking hands with his

many old-time friends here. Brooks-

ville Notes in Times-Union

Mr. J. C. West, of Ashland, Tenn.,
who has been visiting his son, Mr. C.

L West and wife, left yesterday for
his home. Mrs. West will remain with

her son and daughter-in-law until


Mr. Lucien Emmerson of Frultlanct
Park, came up yesterday to visit his.
friends, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carter..
While totally blind from birth, Mr..
Emmerson has done much with his
life. He is a graduate from the deaf
and dumb college, and can do many
things that are almost unconceivable
for one deprived of sight Among
other things that he can do, he rides a
bicycle, drives an automobile, but has
to have another person by him, and Is
an expert adjuster of carburetors on

Mr. and Mrs. George Blitch of Ocala,
who have been visiting Mrs. XL M. Rut
ledge at Hernando, returned home Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Inverness Chronicle.
Mrs. L. W. Goodyear passed through
here last Friday en route from Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland to Ocala. She was heartily greet greeted
ed greeted by some of her Inverness friends at
the depot. Inverness Chronicle.
Miss Ina Stapp who has been teach teaching
ing teaching at Romeo, has completed the term
and is again with her friends in Ox Oxford.
ford. Oxford. Oxford item In Bushnell Times.

Mrs. Gene Melson from Ocala is

visiting her mother, Mrs. E. L. Klm-

brj)u;!rTfifs week. rolemaaItem In

Jushnell Times.

t 2 o'clock: thlg afternoon a pretty

Mrs. H. C.
quite si'-k is


has been

One of the"lovliest dinner parties

given at the Harrington since its open-

ng on December 28, was the one last

evening at ociock ior -u;ss ftrru-

ice Alfred, whose marriage to Mr.

Laird W. Hendricks of Bradford, ia.,

will take place in Jacksonville May

8th, The hostesses on this occasion

were tne memoers or me x .u

basketball team, which has received
beneficial Instructions from Miss Al-

dinner was a beautiful reciprocation,
highly appreciated by the honor guest
and greatly enjoyed by alL V

Places were laid for fourteen at one

tare-o tahlp. at the ends or wnicn

Miss Alfred and Mr. D. S. w ooarow,
and on either side Misses Lois and

Eunice Ellis, Rosebud Robinson, Mme
Davis, Hannay Ellis, Louis Boole.

ue Moore, Elizabeth Davis, Blair
-,-.--' v-wt-l

Woodrow. Mary Carter Kiaai. ritr

Seymors. Mr. Norton Davis, the coach,
ws included but was unable to attend
and Mr. Woodrow took his place.

The color motif, pink and white, was
prettily carried out. The young folks
wore white dresses with pink ribbons
and the flowers were pink and white
sweet teas. Miss Alfred, who is quite

stately, wore a pretty white crepe with
fimmine-s of blue. The attractive

.ifa carii.s w-re adorned with hand

painted sweet peas, the work of Misses
Eunice and Hannay Ellis. The table
was centered with two large hearts of
sweet peas linked together and the in-

Mr. Fred MeCormick, popular among
the eala colony at Seabreeze and
Daytona Beach, was married last week
to Miss Josephine Taylor. Both young
people reside in DeLand.
m: iMr.yv Souter. who is teaching

. ; t- r. h nl r- a m m

m tne uunntnuu ia.jru
in today to sp.vAi. Sunday with her

auntM!ss,Fannie Clark. "s
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Thr. e of the -telephone peris, Misses

Dorothy Sheroue. Jetty -Mcionn anu

usi- Morris. wm to Redlick this af-
t-. j-.. : v. r d j

trr r,rn to s:na I-UIlUilJ wilii

ii yes ,ih er. ...

Mrs. G. W. Adams of Lexington, Ky

who has been visiting her brother,

Judge I. L Farris in Jacksonville, is

ht-r fnr a visit to h-r sister. Mrs. C. C.


Mrs. C. C. Bryant, who has been con

fined to her bed for the past week, is

much better.

The Juniors wkTled away the hours

last nisht withj-their classmates, Miss

es Gladys and TheoWallis at the home

of their mother on south Second street.

Dancing and cards, along with d&Ue-

itu refreshments was the diversion.

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Jernigan returned

on Thursday from Ocala, where they

had been the guests of Dr. Fred Bla-


FOR RENT Offices In Holder bulli bulling.
ng. bulling. Apply to Davis & Martin.

Harmony Violet Glycerine Stoap-.

half-pound cakes 13 cents. Sold only
at Rexall stores. Fold by the Postof

fice Drugstores. Adv.




Funeral Director.

Rear of Marcus Frank's

Say Phone 10

.Ocala,. Fla.-

little girl arrived' at the home of Dr. i
and Mrs. E. G. Peek. The little lady

the household.

The Eastern Star sewing circle will

meet with Mrs. S. P. Anthony Tuesday
afternoon at 3 o'clock.

Dr. J. E. Chace, one of Ocala's lead

ing dentists, was a guest yesterday of
lii ? sister. Mrs. J. C. Hoover. Bradford

County TeleKranh.


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ne returned witn a trace or sarcasm.
Over her face came a tiny frown,
which, however, vanished as quickly
as the shadow of a passing bird.
"But he was injured in my defense.
Would you have me turn him out into
the night when he is suffering?"
Knowing full well that he was un unreasonable,
reasonable, unreasonable, March was still Internally
ulky as he answered her.
"Most certainly not. But you
seemed so abnormally enthusiastic
over the prospect of having him with
you for days and maybe weeks."
"Perhaps you would have me inti intimate
mate intimate to him that his presence la a
"Not at all. But there is reason Ln
all things."
"Except a man."
He let his hand fall upon the knob
and stood confronting her, his face
troubled, hia voice low and earnest.
"Doris, you know that I love you, and
when a man loves a woman as I do
you he would be a strange animal if
he were not jealous of everybody
else. He might not want to exactly
kill every other man that came hang hanging
ing hanging around her, but If he had horns
he would be sure to hook them out of
the way. And I do recognize the fact
that Clay Is popular among those of
your sex at least. And when I see
your solicitude for him when he is not
even injured seriously well, it makes
me wonder if I were in his place if
you would be equally sympathetic. Do
you suppose you would?" She avert averted
ed averted her eyes, glancing down at the
dainty toe of her white slipper, which
tapped the floor rantalizlngly.
"How can I tell since you are not
seriously Injured?"
He turned up the collar of his light
coat preparatory to facing the cool
night air without. "Doris, If you are
really ln doubt as to your feelings
toward me I am content to be patient
until they have crystallized and you
know your own mind. But if you are
merely letting me make love to you

during all this time through vanity
Her eyes commenced to flash and he

paused abruptly.

"Do you wish me to answer you to

night?" There was a challenge In her

manner that caused him to hasten to

dodge a bit.

"By no means. And taking all in all
into consideration I do not know but
that things are better as they are. You

will be with Tolllver considerably In
the near future, and so far as I am

concerned you and he shall not be

interrupted. This shall be his day
in court to plead his case. At the end
of his stay I shall come to you again,

but until then I shall leave you undis

turbed unless you Inform me that I
can be of assistance or that you wish
to see me for any reason. "Good
night." He opened the door, holding

out his hand to her as he did so.
She took it with great formality

"Very well, it shall be as you Bay. If

I really need you I -will certainly let

you know. And please do nothing des

perate while you are reveling in your

misery. Nor forget that I praised you
Adios, mla amigo." She smiled per

functorlly and retired a step, and with
a last bow March passed down the
steps, biting his lips at the mockery

of her final adieu.

Once upon the street his feet fell
heavily. For the first time that night

he realized that he was weary, inex

pressibly weary, with a pain that
pulsed through his head with the
steady insistency of a slowly beaten
drum. He had intended to go into

the more thickly settled business dis

trict to see if he could be of any as

sistance there, but so worn out by

the excitement and mental and phys

ical strain of the night was he, and
bo disrtrlted did he feel that the suf sufferings
ferings sufferings of others now gave him little
concern. At any rate there would be
plenty of uninjured to assist the un unfortunate,
fortunate, unfortunate, a hundred who were well
to one who was not, and besides there
was little likelihood of his being able
to do more than get in the way of
those more qualified for the task. Be
that as it might, the rest of the world
would have to worry along without
him for the night tomorrow he might
feel called upon to sacrifice himself,
He went straight to his apartments.

(Continued Monday)
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To Whom It May Concern:

Notice is hereby given that during
the ensuing session of the legislature

of the state of Florida, and sixty (60)

days after the first publication of this

notice, application will be made, by

the introduction of bills in said legis

lature, for the extension of the city

limits of the city of Ocala. a munici

pal corporation, under the laws of the
state of Florida, as follows. Said
boundary lines to be established as

Commencing at the southwest cor corner
ner corner of the northwest quarter of sec section
tion section nineteen, in township fifteen,
south, range twenty-two east, Marion
county, Florida, thence running north
with the range line one hundred and
sixty chains to the northwest corner
of the southwest quarter of section
seven, thence running east through
the center of sections seven and eight,
one hundred and fifty-seven chains to
the northeast corner of the southeast
quarter of section eight, thence south
one hundred and sixtv chains to the

nortneast corner of lot two (2) in
section twenty, thence running west

ne nunared and fifty-seven chains to

piace or beginning containing



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We intend to close out in this sale every pair of Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes
in our store. We will not carry any more Shoes after this season.
We also want to reduce our stock of Men's Clothing, as we only intend to handle
Blues and Blacks in Men's Clothing after this season. Yours is the greatest chance for
saving on these lines now as the prices have reached their lowest level. Come, look
and investigate before you buy.



Ladies' and Men's all Leather Shoes, low
and high cut, some sold up $2.50, go in ftr
this sale at yDv

Ladies' and Men's Shoes, low and high cut, in

this sale there are some $3.00 Shoes; they

go now at

Ladies' and Men's Shoes, all styles, low and
high cut, values up to $4.00, real dressy; AO
go in this sale at epl 7U
Ladies' and Men's Shoes, in this lot you will
find goods suitable for anyone; values up i(T
to $5.00, now. $LAd
All our Shoes must and will be closed out.
Our reputation was built up on Shoes, so we have
real good grades. It will pay you to put in a year's
Don't Buy Until You Have Seen What
We Have to Offer You.


We have a few Suits that sold up to $8.00,
these will go in this sale at.
Here is a lot of Suits that consists of cas cas-semeres,
semeres, cas-semeres, worsteds, also a few mo mohairs,
hairs, mohairs, these are really worth up to
$12.50; we have all sizes and they go at
In this lot you will find Suits that are up-to-date
in every respect, arrived for this
season's business, every one all-wool
and worth up to $15; they go now at
Here is where you find Frankel System
Clothes. These are considered the best
$15 Suits on the market, and many
other good makes worth more, they go at
Here is where you get the best suits in the
store; many of them are worth up to
$20; they are the newest goods and we
have a large selection, they must go at

Every suit here advertised is a good value and we guarantee to save
you money or will give you your money back if you are in any way
dissatisfied. This is the real hone of satisfaction and we will prove
it in this sale.


You will find a well selected stock of these
goods in our store. As our line is so varied, we will
only price a few of the lots:

Lot No. 1: Men's Cotton Serge Work Pants,
well made and real $1.50 values. They
go in this' sale at
Lot No. 2: Men's Worsted Pants, well
made and good for "tuff" service. Goods
full worth $3, go now at
Lot No. 3: Men's real nice Worsted Pants,
suitable for all occasions. Most of these
tailor-made and well worth $4. A large
selection of styles; must go now at .....


Lot No. 4: In this lot we have thrown in
our very best Pants. They are as good as
you can find here. We have a large fl2 LZ
selection They sold up to $5, now at tPc)Ut)


The goods advertised above are real values. Not the kind you are accustomed to seeing at sales but REAL
REDUCTIONS. We are determined to close out our stock of SHOES and really when you see them you will un understand
derstand understand that the cost has not been taken into consideration. If we have your size in shoes and we have over a
thousand pairs you are certain to buy them for less than you ever bought a pair of Shoes in your life.
Ws Mot Going to Handle Any Shoes AJttei This Season.

Our Clothing must also go in this Sale, as in the future we will only handle BLUES AND BLACKS in Men's
Clothing. DON'T BE MISLED, BUT COME STRAIGHT TO FRANK'S before you buy your wearing apparel.
We will astonish you with prices.



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Beginning Monday, the First day of this Sale and continuing all of the week, we will give Absolutely Free, a 10 cent Box of Shoe Polish, any color, if you cut
out the coupon below and present it at our store. The Polish is the best on the market. We have WHITMORE'S YOUNG'S, and HOWARDS.


Daily Star Coupon.
This entitles the holder to a io Cent Box of SHOE POLISH
FREE if presented at FRANK'S STORE, between Monday,
April 28th and Saturday, May 3d, inclusive.





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four sauarp

Notice is also Riven that after sixty
flays fr0m the first publication of this
Vl aPPUcation will be made, by
;r.t lroduclon of a bill during the
??iflRtvessl.on of the legislature, to
thi ?itv f rtyi limits on the east of
atfnn Jrwca,la a municipal corpor corporation
ation corporation organized and eietin- htwia
ihe laws of the state of FJridto

Silver Spring-?, Marion county, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and the proposed boundary lines

thereof as follows:

Commencing at the southwest cor

ner of section nine, in township fif

teen, south, range twenty-two, east,

thence running east one mile to the
southeast corner of said section nine,
thence running in northeasterly direc direction
tion direction to the northwest corner of the
southeast quarter of the northeast

quarter of section one of said town- j
ship and range, thence running east j
one-half mile to the northeast corner
of the southwest quarter of the north

west quarter 01 section six, tuwiisisip
fifteen, range twenty-three, east,
thence running: south one-half mile to

the southeast corner of the northwest
quarter of the southwest quarter of
sail section six .thence running west
one-half mile to the southwest corner
of the northeast corner of the south southeast
east southeast quarter of section one, in town township
ship township fifteen, range twenty-two. east,
thence running in a southeasterly di direction
rection direction to the southeast corner of the

southwest quarter or the northwest

west line oi section sixteen, laeuct;
north one-half mile to the place of be beginning.
ginning. beginning. B. A. Weathers.
President of the City Council.
Attest: II. C. Sistrunk. City Clerk.

Notice is hereby given to 'all credit creditors,
ors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all other
persons having claims ar. 5 demands
egainst the estate of Albert I Barber,
deceased, to present said claims duly
proven to the undersigned within one
ye-tr from the date cf the first publica publication
tion publication of this notice, to-wit: January
30th. 112. D. A. Smith.
As Administrator Estate of Albert I
Barber, Deceased.
Ocala. Florida. Jan. 30. 1912.


Notice is hereby given to all cred
' itors, legatees, distributees and all
i other persons having claims and de de-I
I de-I mands against the estate of Selwyn E.
I Howe, deceased, to present said claims
duly proven to the undersigned within
i two years from the date of the first
I publication of this notice, to-wit: Sep Sep-i
i Sep-i tember 20th. 1&12. Mary E. Bosrie.

Administratrix of the Estate of Selwyn
E. Rowe. Deceased.

Sweet peas by the dozen or hundred.
Phone No. 216. Adv. 4-21-3td

Clocks of all kinds and at all prices.
A. E. Burnett- Adv.

Creditors, legatees, distributees and
all persons having claims or demands
against the estate of William Ander
son. late of Ocala. Florida, are called
upon to present them within two years
from this date to the undersigned.
Ocala, Fla., Dec. 31st. 1912.
Rebecca W. Anderson,
Executrix of the Will of William An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, Deceased.
3-10-17-24-31 7-14-21-28

Plckard's flue nana-patnted china at
Barnett, the Jeweler's. AL

Of Final Settlement and Diaefcar
Notice is -hereby given that on the
Sdh day of July. A. D. 1S13. the under undersigned
signed undersigned will present my accounts air',
vouchers to the Judge of probate in
and for Marion county. Florida, at his
office in Ocala, and will make my
final settlement and will apply for din din-charge.
charge. din-charge. This 3rd day of January, A. D. 1913.
. D. A. Smith.
As Administrator of the Estate of A.
Lb Barber.