The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Porter & Harding
Publication Date:
Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular
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v. : ; 61 cm.


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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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corporations banks, railroads, indus industrial,
trial, industrial, commercial and public service
2. A law to ccnfer upon the inter interstate
state interstate commerce commission the pow power
er power to supernitend and regulate the

: financial operations by which rah-

! roads henceforth are' to be supplied
Government and Business, Says the with the moneT the? need for their
.... ; Pper development and improved

Operate for the Common

Washington, Jan. 20. A message
of business peace and industrial free freedom
dom freedom was delivered by President Wil Wilson
son Wilson vesterdav to Conzress in the hall

of the House.. Legislators n.1 sn-e- In& house of information in helping

taor3 sat in silence as the president

transportation facilities.
2. Definition of "the many hurtful
restraints of trade," by explicit legis legislation
lation legislation supplementary to the Sherman
4. The creation of a commission
to aid the courts and to act as a clear-

business to conform with the law.
I'. Provision of penalties and pun punishments
ishments punishments to fall upon individuals! re responsible
sponsible responsible fcr unlawful business prac practices.
tices. practices. j
C. Prohibition cf holding compan companies,
ies, companies, and a suggestion that the voting
power cf individuals holding shares
in numerous corporations might; be
restricted. :
7. Giving to private individuals
the right tofoiiDd suits for redress on
facts and judgments proven in. gov

erns nt suits and providing that ; the j corporations

outlined the administration's policy ;
toward "big business."
Admission to the House was "by
ticket only," and many were turned
away to crowd the corridors in the
hope of catching a glimpse of the
president as he read his message.
Misses Eleanor and -Margaret. Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, with Miss Helen Woodrow
Bones, were among the early arri arrivals.
vals. arrivals. Secretary of State Bryan oc occupied
cupied occupied his accustomed seat in the
diplomatic gallery.
The House met 'at nocn and fifteen
minutes later the president, led by
Vice President Marshall and Ser Serge
ge Serge an t-at-Arm 3 Higgins, was an announced.
nounced. announced. The president took his

seat at the right or the speaker. : mv reDort on 'the state of the Union,

Representatives Underwood and Which I had the privilege cf reading to
Mann and Senators Kern and Gal-'y0u on the first -of, December last, I
linger were appointed to escort the ventured to reserve for discussion at
president to the chamber from a later date the SUDject of additional
Speaker Clark's office. legislation regarding the very diffi-
As the president took hia seat at eult and intricate matter of trusts
the reading clerk's desk a gale of and mono?olies. The time now seems
applause swept the gallery. (opportune to turn to that great ques-
The president's rounded sentences tion. not only because the currency
carried, to the furthermost corner of legisiation fs now disposed of, but
the packed galleries. His declara-:.. Wa..RO ftf,iinn n

and simple business readjustments
as possible, nothing essential disturb disturbed,
ed, disturbed, nothing torn up by the roots, no
parts rent asunder which can be left
in wholesome combination. Fortu Fortunately,
nately, Fortunately, no measures of sweeping or
novel change are necessary. It wil
be understood that our objact is not
to unsettle business or anywhere se seriously
riously seriously to break its established cours
e3 athwart. On the contrary, we de desire
sire desire the laws we are now about to
pass to be the bulwarks and safe safeguards
guards safeguards of industry against the force
that have disturbed it. What w
have to do can be dire in a new spir
it, in thoughtful rucdrraion, without
revolution of any untoward kind.
"We are all agreed that 'private
monopoly is indefensibl3 and intoler intolerable,'
able,' intolerable,' and our program is founded
upon that conviction. It will be ?
comprehend re, but not a radical pro program,
gram, program, and these are its items, the
changes v.iikh ouir'on deliberate! v

sanctions, &i.d
waits :


hi oh busings



be drawn on the Fort McCoy dis district.
trict. district. Messrs. Hudgensani Beck, trus

tees of the Fellowship school, call call-jed
jed call-jed and reported that they puli not
successfully make veneering black
; boards and they were instructed to

jreport the sizes so that black boards
r,, t. Icould be ordered for them,
whamp Clark Seems Lnable to Get1
; Some patrons of the colored
Over His Grouch Against aJ. Summerfieli callel ani
the Commoner (protested against having lo send to
Washingtcn, Jan. 21. The feud thS iXt' Pelier SCho1 D account of
:the distance and it was agreed that
cetween Secretarv Brvan and Speak ; ..v
1 they would te allowed to open the
r Clark, resulting from the former's j i:t. Felier, Summerfield and Dallas
attack upon the latter at the Balti-! schools for four months, the Sum Sum-more
more Sum-more convention, has broken "cut j merEeld school to run in their hall,
anew. ..Adjourned for dinner.
T. H. Pickford, a local politician' AWrnocn Scssicn
received from the speaker a formal, The tcard was in session with all
yet final, declination of an invita- members present and acting,
tion to a democratic dinner' and love j ;vu.. m. L. Payne callel and pro-



"It waits With acyr.efrC-euee for
Taws v. hich will effectually prohibit
and prevent such interlocking of the
personnel of the directorates cf srreaf

banks, railroads, inrls-

feast, to be held this evening at Cal-;
vert mansion, the historic home of!
Lord Daltimore.
Speaker Clark sent his "regrets"
after he learned that Secretary Br'-

posed to make the county board a
lean of $1,90!) which was accept accepted
ed accepted by the board in the follovnng
Mr. J. S. Grantham introduced the

statute of limitations should run
only from the date of conclusion of
the government's action.
The president spoKe as follows:

"Gentlemen of the Congress: In

tions that the laws against trusts

6hould "tear nothing up by the
roots," and that no sweeping or nov novel
el novel change is necessary," was receiv received
ed received with attentive silence. The first
applause, led by Representative
Mann, republican leader, greeted his
declaration in favor, of giving the
Interstate Commerce .Commission
power to regulate railroad finances.
Tho president's auditors were
stirred to more applause by his state statement
ment statement as to railroad control with its
declaration that the "business of
production must be separated from
the business of transportation."
Cheered "Personal Responsibility"
His declarations in favor of the
creation of a trade commission with
authority to order, the dissolution of
industrial combinations was passed
in silence, but cheers greeted his
statement that penalties and pun punishment
ishment punishment should fall, not upon busi business
ness business itself, but en the individuals
who used the instrumentalities of

clearing about us with singular rap rapidity
idity rapidity in this other great field of ac ac-,
, ac-, tion. In respect of the monopolies
it seems to be coming to a clear and
all but universal agreement in an anticipation
ticipation anticipation of our action, making the
way easier to see and easier to set

out upon with confidence and without

confusion of counsel,
i "Legislation has its atmosphere
like everything else, and the present
atmosphere of accommodation and
mutual understanding is a matter of
sincere congratulation. It ought to
! make our task very much less diffi diffi-'
' diffi-' cult and embarrassing. Constructive
legislation, when successful, is al al-'
' al-' ways the embodiment of convincing
experience. Legislation is a business
: of interpretation, not of origination,
: and it is now plain what the opinion
is to which we must give effect in
this matter. It is not recent nor has has-i
i has-i ty opinion. It springs out of the ex experience
perience experience pf a .whole generation. It
has classified itself by long contest,

j At i i a; i in

business to do things which public.; uUfee uo Iur a 1UI1S me oaiwea
policy and sound business practice I with !t aEd sought to change it are

As the president concluded his ad-. to it and seeking to conform their
dtess among cheers of the notable ..actions to it.
array, of lawyers, Majority Leader j "The great business men who orlg orlg-Underwood
Underwood orlg-Underwood greeted him with a inated and financed monopoly and
handclasp of congratulation. Others those, who admired it in actual every every-who
who every-who hurried up, anxious to greet day transactions have year after
him, impeded his progress out of the yearr until .now. either denied its ex-

chamber. istence or justified it as necessary

After the president's exit the for the effective maintenance and de de-'
' de-' House referred that part of the mes-. velopment of the vast business pro pro-sage
sage pro-sage relating to regulation of rail-: cesses of the country in the modern
road stocks and bonds and creation j circumstances cf trade and manufac manufac-of
of manufac-of an interstate trade commission, tv.res' finance; but all the while opin opinio
io opinio the committee on interstate andiicn has made headway against them,
foreign commerce, and the remaind- ; At "l?ast the masters of business oa
er of the address to the judiciary j the great scale have begun to yield
committee. their preference and purpose, per-
"We are. now about to write the haps their judgment also, in honora honora-additional
additional honora-additional articles of our constitu-1 ble surrender.
tion of peace," said th9 president, j '"What we are proposing to do,
"The peace that is honor and free- j therefore, is not to interfere with
dom and prosperity." business as enlightened business men
Besides suggesting the scope of rrefer to do it, or in ansense to put
legislation, the president made a jt under the ban. The antagonism

trial, commercial and public service
bodies as in effect result in mal-;ing
those who borrow and those who. lend
practically one and the same: those
who sell and those who buy, but the
same persons trading with on& an another
other another under different names and in
different combinations, and those who
affect to compete, in fact partners
and masters of some whole f eld of
business. Sufficient time should be
allowed in which to effect, these

changes of organization without in
convenience or confusion.
"Such a prohibition will work more
than a mere negative good by cor
recting the serious evils which have
arisen because the men who have
been the directing spirits of the great
investment banks have usurped the
place which belongs to independent
industrial management working in its
own behalf.

"In the second place, business men
as well as those who direct public af affairs
fairs affairs now recognize with painful

clearness, the great harm and injus injustice
tice injustice which has been done to many, if
not all, of the great railroad systems
of the country by the way in which
they have been financed, and their
own distinctive interests subordinat subordinated
ed subordinated to the interest of the men who fi financed
nanced financed them, and of other business
enterprises which those men wish to
promote. The country is ready to ac accept
cept accept with relief and approval, a law
which will confer upon the inter interstate
state interstate commerce commission the pow power
er power to superintend and regulate the fi financial
nancial financial operations by which the rail railroads
roads railroads are henceforth to be supplied
with the money thej- need for their
proper development to meet the rap rapidly
idly rapidly growing requirement s of the
country for increased and almproved
transportation facilities. Upon this

question those who are chiefly re responsible
sponsible responsible for the actual management
and operation cf the railroads have
spoken plainly and earnestly with a
purpose we ought to be quick to ac accept.
cept. accept. It trill be one step, and a very
important one, toward the necessary
separation of the bus'.ncss of prodi'c
tion frcm the business of transportation.

i'ne Dullness o: tne country;
awaits and has suffered because it!
could not obtain further and r ore ex explicit
plicit explicit legislavive cfh.uiou of tha rol-.
icy and meaning of the existing anti antitrust
trust antitrust law. Surely we are sufficiently

an was also to te a guest at the func- i following resolution- which was
tion and the speaker's friends stated : unanimously adopted: Resalvei
that he is adhering to the policy of j a,at a lean be concluded with Mr. M.
refusing to appear at f unctions wherej L. Payne, trustee, for 1,900 to. run
liryan is ;nvited. rntil January 1, 1916-with interest
It leaked cut here today that raexa- p-rable quarterly at the rate of 7
tfrs of Speaker Clark's family haJjr,er cent per annum and that war war-established
established war-established an anti-Bryan embargo. Upat number 12572 be issued for the
Tho "hatchet" apparently was j said amount bearing interest at the
buried last spring, when Secretary j ajd rate and on the said terms, in
Bryan and Speaker Clark were favor cf M. L. Payne, trustee. A
brought together at a luncheon ten-jciJe:k f0r the amount was delivered

derea ny a. newspaper man. itr thp hoard to so -into the eeneral

school fund of the county.

noARi? of iuhli;


INSTRUCTION I The matter of letting a contract

I for the building of the Ocala school
Ocala, Fla., January 5, 1914 house was discussed and it was

The Beard of Public Instruction in agreed that due advertisement
and for Marion county met in regu- should be made that bids would be
lar session at their office on the a-j opened at 2 p. m. on Tuesday, Feb Feb-bove
bove Feb-bove date with all members present ruary 17 for the erection of the
and acting. j building and that the board would
Minutes of last meeting read and continue in session In consideration
approved. j of the matter if necessary on Wed-

Mr. A. S. Pickett called and dis-

jnesday, February 18. It was also

cussed with the board the matter of j ordered that advertisement should
bting paid from Cottage Hill funds be made that bids were to be re refer
fer refer the transportation of his children j ceived on February 19, 1914 for the
to the Fellowship school. It was 'sale of the bonds that had been
agr-eei that he wculd be paid from '. authorized for the Dunnellon dis dis-these
these dis-these funds at the rate of $10 per'trict.
month for the time actually used inj H W. Taylor, colored, called ani
transporting his children upon pre- presented the matter of repairing the

colored school building at Montague.
He was requested to prepare an Ite-

R. F. Heath, of Reddick. called ; mized statement of the materials

and made request that he be paid : necessary to use and the cost of same
something for his services in build- with the price of tne wrk ani Vre

me new scnooi nouse at -vn. 1 seni to tne uoaru.

senting a bill for same endorsed by
the trustees of the district.

Cancer May be Cured by this Sub Substance,
stance, Substance, which i All Articles
the Most Costly
Washington. Jan. 21. Radium
was yesterday described to the
House committee on Mines as the
only cure the medical world has dis discovered
covered discovered for the cure of cancer, the
disease for which no cause has been
found and with experts before the
committee labeled a rebel against all
laws that govern human tissue.
Four men who have devoted-years
to study of cancer appeared at the
luest of the committee, to which
hac been referral resolutions em empowering
powering empowering the. I rssidsnt to withdraw
from entry Ian Is known to contain
radium ore?. They were Dr. How Howard
ard Howard A. Kelley of Baltimore, Dr. Rob Robert
ert Robert Abbe of New York, Director Gai Gai-lor
lor Gai-lor l of the New York State Institu-
tion for the Study of Malignant Dis Disease::
ease:: Disease:: and Dr. C. F. Burnham of
Tohns. Hopkins University..-. All the
lectors agreed that the crying need
:n their work was more radium, of
which there is less than two grams
in reduced fcrm now in the United
Discussing the case of Representa Representative
tive Representative Bremmer of New Jersey, who is
undergoing radium treatment In
Baltimore, Dr. Kelley declared he
felt certain a cure could be affected

It more radium were available, and
it w4p said the patient showed en encouraging
couraging encouraging symptoms and he was not
hopeless. He said no arrangement:
for concentrating the radium supply'
could be made in justice to thous thousands
ands thousands of other patients.
Dr. Kelley added that he ani hls
associates were working to discover
a process for the reduction of radium
from the ores of Colorado. But one
concern now furnished radium to
the medical profession, he said, and"
Us formula fcr reduction is held se secret.
cret. secret. The committee will meet again
today. Representative Taylor of
Colorado anouncei that men who
held much cf the radium lands in
Colorado would be asked to appear.

Zon. He was directed to prepare a Mr. E. S. Tyner, supervisor of the

fiototiiDnt rf J Vi a f i n n n-orVil fvv fhft Toielnv c(Viinl rall1 nn1 madfi re-

Jcc ... ,. : v i Fort and James Stapp

aiiiereiiL oues aaa iiiuiieii aim iuc quest iur men oouuut iu

monies received irom different ones,'ti but the beard declined to do so
and report to the board. It was also as the regular county term was fix fix-agreed
agreed fix-agreed to send 600 feet of flooring ; ed at six months.


Weirsdale, Jan.

from Ocala
A bill wa

to him to finish the

presented from the

Night Session
The board met with all members
nresent and acting. Messrs. J. E.

Rentz Lumber Co., of Ft. McCoy, f or chase and W. T. Gary, trustees ot
$33.12 and in it they proposed to al-'tbe 0caa district, called and con

sulted with Mr. J. C. Compton, chief
secretary to the state superintend superintendent,
ent, superintendent, with reference to the possible

the difforence between the
that the colored people had

on the purchase of


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YA2r vtiTY OF. CULA"
Three round tri; s a week

we n' Siher Springs and

-a over the beautiful

of friendliness and cooperation in
Congress while handling tho prob problem.
lem. problem.
Business and Government to Fight
" No More
The "antagonism," he said, "be "between
tween "between business and government is
over. We now are about to give ex expression
pression expression to the best judgment of
America, to what we know to be the
conscience and honor of tho land.
The government and business men
are ready to meet each other half
way in a common effort to square
business methods and both public
opinion and the law."
The chief points which the presi president
dent president singled out as a basis for leg legislation
islation legislation were:

between business and government is
over. We are now about to give ex expression
pression expression to the best business judg judgment
ment judgment of America, to what we know to
be the business conscience and honor
of the laad. The government and
business men are ready to meet each
other half way in a common effort to

square business methods with both
public opinion and the law. That is
the strength of our position and the
sure prophecy of what will ensue
when our reasonable work is done.
"When serious contest ends, when
men unite in opinion and purpose,
those wdio are to change their ways
of business, joining with those who

familiar with .the actual process and i

metnods of. monopoly and the mar.y
huirtful restraints cf trade to make
definition possible, at any rate up to
the limits cf what experience has dis disclosed.
closed. disclosed. These practices can be ex explicitly
plicitly explicitly forbidden by statute in such

terms as will practically eliminate j ;

uncertainty, the, law itself and the
penalty being made equally plain.
"Business men cf the country de desire
sire desire something more than that the
menace of legal process in these mat matters
ters matters be made explicit and intelligible.
They desire the advice, the definite

guidance and information which can
be supplied by an administrative

body, an interstate trade commission, j :
" "The opinion of the country would j
instantly approve of such a commis-jg
sion. It would not wish to see it em-j
powered to make terms with mcnop-
oly or in any sort to assume control 1 ,5,
of business, as if the government 'y


low for

raised to apply

tne school house there, which was gae Df the proposed bends to the
$12.25, leaving a balance of $45.37 stte "educational department as an
for which a warrant was ordered to illVpstment for the school fund. It

' i
' was agreed that there should be

full statement prepared from the
ccunty superindentent's oSlco and
forwardei to the state department
covering such statistics as are' want wanted
ed wanted by bend purchasers.
; The board adjourned for the day.
I Wednesday 'Session
1 A communication was presents!
ficm the Bcnnelion school notifying
the board that they bad decided to
have. a tower erected cn their new

crhnni building and would assume;

the liability of providing the funis
for' the same which were to be 235.

.v The board issued an order to the
X contractors to include this in the
plan of, the building.
The contract of Mr. Louis Fcrt as
supervising architect of the Dunnel Dunnel-Y
Y Dunnel-Y of the bond that was presented by

the contractors of the uunneiion
school building ani 'here were ob objectionable
jectionable objectionable clauses in It, and he was


tourist route, Silver Springs
run and Oklawaha river, fam fam-ci
ci fam-ci in song and story as the
uicst wierdly beautiful water waterway
way waterway in the world. Boat sails
from i Silver Springs every
Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning at S o'clock.
Sails from Palatka every
Mondav, Wednesday and Fri

day at 6:30 a. m. Trips made
entirely by daylight. Elegant y

a la


carte service on board. A

accommodation, con- r

requested to conduct a correspond-

venience and safety anpli- 2 ence with the bonding company look-
. ,V,t Knn1

anee -jr mg to securing an- aecepttiuic ujuu.
rr "frti, information an-'?! Dr. J. E. Chase, representing the

" .v. Mr

ply or write to

20. Messrs. Joe

of Oxford

spent two days last week looking
after their grove interests east of
town. They stopped betimes with
Mr. W. B. Coggins.
Messrs. R. L. and Frank Lytle ani
Mr. Gibson were Saturday business
visitors to Ocala.
Miss Beatrice Buchanan of Geor Georgia
gia Georgia and Miss EfSe Mae Hooks of Ox Oxford
ford Oxford were recently pleasant visitors
with the Coggins family.
Rev. E. C. Albertson was in Cand Candler
ler Candler on business Saturday.
. Mr, J. M. Douglas was in Ocala

a i Monday. .'

The social and supper recently
given. at the church netted the ladles,
a neat sum which will bo used in
furnishing the church kitchen. Mr3.
Carnahan .kindly added a generous,
amount, eo that the ladies will have
3e?3 trouble in serving hereafter.
Rev. G. V. Albertson, former pas pastor,
tor, pastor, was there over Sunday to per per-Jorm
Jorm per-Jorm the wedding cerefucny for Mr.
Thomas Kelsey and Miss Winnie Al Albertson,
bertson, Albertson, which took place Sunday

morning in tbe bride s home at
South Lake Weir. After a delightful
wedding breakfast the happy couple
left in an auto for Jacksonville and
other places. These splendid young
people have the very kindest wishes
cf all in the community that they
have a very happy life together. Just
relatives and a very few invited
guests were in attendance.

The people of the vicinity listened
intently to a splendid sermon at the
church Sunday evening delivered by
Rev. G. V. Albertson of DeLand.

C. (Ed) CarmichaCl, ? the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co.,

made itself responsible. It demands 5

ask fcr the change, it is possible to ch a comraissica Cnly as an indis-X
effect it in the way in which pru- .wi ,mn

dent and thoughtful and patriotic Ld publicity, as a clearing house for-f- SILVER SPRINGS CO.

Ocala, Fla.
Weller Carmlchacl,
Silver Springs, Fla.
Cfrarles Rodoff,
Palatka, Ilorida.

1. Effectual prohibition of the in- men would wish to see it brought

X and discussed the possibility of their

company being interested in the
Ocala bonds to be issued. It was

agreed thai statistical financial state statement
ment statement of the condition of the district

be sent to the company for informa

The following bills were examined
and ordered paid from the county



terlocking of directorates of great about, with as few, as slight, as easy; (Concluded on Seventh Page)

Ocala. Silver Springs .Palatka

(Concluded on Page Five)

Three hundred, 2 to 4 year old
pecan trees of standard varieties,
ani one hunired 4 year old seedling
pecans from gooi parent tree, for
sale or trade, at one-fourth prevail prevailing
ing prevailing prices. Trees are only f or. eale
as a whole. $1CQ gets the lot.
l-lC-4t w E. L. Carney, Ocala, Fla.

Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Jlerchant's Block, Ocala


4 OX-H-XxX rtttt

,'.. til I


Moose meet tomorrow evening.

Second-hand furniture for sale.
Apply at this office. l-21-6t

Call phone 435 If in need of plain
or fancy dress making.. 1-8-tf.

Mr. N. E. Geise of the Commercial
Bank, has gone to Sasser, Ga., where
his oldest brother is very ill.

Mrs. S. A. White of Jacksonville
Is visiting Mrs. F. R. Roberts on
North Main street for the week.

Victor Records of the greatest wo woman
man woman violinist In the world, Maud
Powell, at The Murray Co. ad It

Mr. M. L. Payne, the Fairfield ora orator
tor orator and statesman, was attending to
business in the city today.'

DR. W. K. LANE Specialist, Eye
Ear, Nose and Throat. Office Law
Library Building. Ocala Adv.

Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Osborn of Mor Mor-riston
riston Mor-riston were in town yesterday. Mr.
Osborn is a director of the Commer Commercial
cial Commercial Bank.


One of the best pieces of lime
street work in a long time is the
work done between South Third
street and Fort King avenue on Os Osceola
ceola Osceola street recently. The street has
a good grade, a gutter for carrying
off water -and is hard, smooth and
looks like it will last. Orange ave avenue
nue avenue from South Third street south
is being done the same way and
looks like it will be a permanently
good street when finished. With the
plow, scraper and steam roller, this
work can be done right if time and
care be taken.


Mr. E. E. Converse is building a
seven-room residence on his block
facing Orange avenue. The residence
is being built as an investment and
will be for rent. Mr. Converse will
build another like it immediately
south of this one in the near future.

Mr. P. K. Wilson of Jacksonville,
state manager for Ludden & Bates,
Is in town calling on Mr. A. M.
Lansford and will stay over tonight
lo .hear Maud Powell.

After you hear Maud Powell to tonight,
night, tonight, you will want to hear more.
Ym can by getting a Victor Record
at The Murray Co. ad It

Mr. McMullen and Mr. Albert H.
Marsh of Augusta, Ga., public ac accountants,
countants, accountants, are here today. They will
te ngaged for some time in audit audit-iiig,the
iiig,the audit-iiig,the books of the McGeh'ee Lum Lumbers
bers Lumbers Company a Levon and the
Wekt-Coffee Co. at Inverness.

Hear Maud Powell tonight at the
"Temple Theater, and Victor Records

ofJUiausic at The Murray Co. adit

f ine counxy juaxe nas issueu uiir
riage licenses tofMr. Thaddeus Lee

, ilogar. and .Miss innnie uoxn uucuey;

to Mr. Waldo Hartman and Mla

Jhlia Gunter. 000''

IMr. Don Peabody has returned

from Tavares, where he was search searching
ing searching records for the Florida Title &
Abstract Co. He says Jihe people of
Tavares are paving streets, laying
sidewalks, building houses and mak making
ing making many other improvements in
their town.

We advise you to hear Maud Pow-
ell tonight and to hear the Maud

. foweil vicior necorus at me jiui jiui-iray
iray jiui-iray Company. ad It

Mr. D. C. Styles, cashier of the
Commercial Bank, left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Savannah, to pack up his
household goods for shipment to

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Harris, new
comers from New Jersey, have taken
up their residence at 221 South Sec Second
ond Second street, east. Mr. Harris' health
is frail, and he, is here in hope that
our genial climate will restore him.
Mr. and Mrs. Harris are very pleas pleasant
ant pleasant people. Mr. Harris is1 an Odd
Fellow, and his brethren in the order
should see that he is not lacking in
friends while in our city.
The1 meeting of Tulula Lodge I.
O. O. F. last night was well attend attended,
ed, attended, and Mr. John Robinson was giv given
en given the initiatory degree. Mr. B. B.
Rogers of Jacksonville was a wel welcome
come welcome visitor.

"Ensign" films are the kind your
friends are using for their small
cameras. None better. The Court
Pharmacy. 1-17-tf

Professional as well as amateur
photographers use the famous "En "Ensign"
sign" "Ensign" films to be had only at the
Court Pharmacy. 1-17-tf

The Ocala Lumber & Supply Com-

any has in transit several carloads

of building material and will there therefore
fore therefore soon be in position to fill orders
for anything in its line promptly.: As
its storage capacity is very limited
at present the company will offer
special low prices on material which
may be taken directly from the car car-to
to car-to the job. Phbne 223. l-16-6t

Partridge-Woodrow Company
; Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf


For Florida: Fair tonight, colder
north and central portions. Prob Probably
ably Probably light frost north portion Thurs-

! day fair, colder except extreme north


A. C. L. 39 had an unusually long
train yesterday afternoon, and the
veteran engine No. 202 was weary
and balked near the top of the long
grade leading up from the Seaboard
crossing. However, Joe Hogan back backed
ed backed her down, and petted the old' ma marine
rine marine and brought her back flying
with the nine passenger wagons rat rattling
tling rattling merrily on behind. No dis discount
count discount on the Coast Line men, if they
will only give them the engines.

list Over

Crab Meat for Fresh Deviled
Shrimp, Lobster, Kippered-Her-ring,
'Herring in Tomato
Sauce, Fish Flakes, Shredded
Cod Fish, Cod Fish Ball,
Brick Cod Fish, Shad Roe,
Herring Roe, Little Neck
glish Channel Mackerel, 5 lb.
tins Messed Salt Mackerel, Ca
viar, Anchevies, Salmon Cut Cutlet,
let, Cutlet, Salmon Steaks, Chili Con Con-Came,
Came, Con-Came, Hot Tamales, Pop Popping
ping Popping Corn, Pecan and Wal Walnut
nut Walnut Meats, Shelled Almonds,
Assorted Glace Fruits.

PHONES 16 and 174.

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
1:30 p. m. C. E. Simmons, 'H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.


A foul, disagreeable breath, dark
circles around the eyes, at times fev feverish,
erish, feverish, with great thirst, cheeks flush flushed
ed flushed and then pale, abdomen swollen
with sharp cramping pains are all
indications of worms. Don't let
your child suffer Kickapoo Worm
Killer will give sure relief it kills
the worms while its laxative effect
adds greatly to the health of your
child by removing the dangerous
and disagreeable effect of worms and
parasites from the system. Kickapoo
Worm Killer as a health producer,
should be in every household. Per Perfectly
fectly Perfectly safe. Buy a box today. Price
25 cents. All druggists or by mail.
H. E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia,
or St. Louis. Adv


The registration books of Marion
county will be open for registration
in each eleci'jn district during the
months of January and February,
1914. In du rict No. 1 (Ocala) the
book will be open from Monday noon
till Saturday noon and Friday nights
till 10 o'clock of each week from
first Monday in January till first
Monday In March.
All persons who fail to register in
their respective di-triets can regis register
ter register at my olce in Ocala any day
(Sundays excepted) between March
loth and April loth. D. M. Barco,
Supervisor Registration Marion Co.
Office upstairs in court hoase

Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf

New Members of the City Council
Hntered on Their Labors
Tue-day Evening
The first regular meeting of the
new city council was held last night
at the city hall. Present, President
Hunter, Aldermen Fausett, Knight,
Robinson, Smith and Tolar.
The first matter taken up was the
adoption of rules governing the bus business
iness business of the council for the coming
year. Those of the former body
were adopted with the exception of
one amendment which requires a
roll call for a yea and nay vote on
all questions which involve the ex expenditure
penditure expenditure of any of the city's funds.
Chief Chambers of the fire depart department
ment department reported what he considered
the needs of his department for the
efficient conduct of same.
The superintendents of the water
works and electric light plants were
also present, but stated" that they
had prepared no report on their re respective
spective respective departments.
W. C. Blanchard asked for infor information
mation information in regard to a permit for
making necessary repairs to build buildings.
ings. buildings. He was referred to the city
clerk's office.
A communication from the civic

department of the Woman's Club

was read. It requested the removal
of the two- wooden arches from
Broadway; and asked that the coun council
cil council rescind its recent action as to
the erection of steel light arches on
the courthouse square. The com communication
munication communication suggested the erection of
cluster lights on the proposed site
instead of the arches. Matter re referred
ferred referred to the street committee and
the clerk instructed to acknowledge
receipt of the communication.
A communication was read from

Attorney Zewadski, suggesting a;

compromise of the damage suits be-j

tween the city and Ledwith Smith
and Florence Coleman. Referred to
the judiciary committee with in instructions
structions instructions to confer with Attorney
JI. M. Hampton regarding the advis advis-ability
ability advis-ability of the city entering into a
compromise on said pending suits.
A communication from Alex H.
Twombley, the civil engineer having
in charge the making of a topo topographical
graphical topographical map of the city and esti estimates
mates estimates of the probable cost of. a sew sewerage
erage sewerage system, was read and filed for
information. He stated that the
work was nearly completed and
would soon be ready for presenta presentation
tion presentation to the council.
The message of Mayor Robertson
printed in the Star some days ago
was read and ordered filed for infor information,
mation, information, and the clerk was ordered to
acknowledge its receipt.
Woodmar Sand & Stone Com Company's
pany's Company's bill for sidewalk and street

construction was referred to the
street committee.
Bills of H. J. Nichols for mules,
$450; Eureka Fire Hose Company
for hose, $500; Springfield Road
Roller Company, balance of $633.33
and interest, on contract, were all
ordered paid.
Action on approving minutes of
call meeting held on January 13th,
was suspended awaiting advise of
L. M. Murray, representing the
Presbyterian church, appeared be before
fore before the council and asked that the
interest on paving certificates held
against their property be waived.
Referred to finance committee. Mr.
Murray also wanted information
about the using of one water meter
instead of two on the church -property.
This matter was referred to
the light and water committee.
An ordinance was passed on its
second reading creating a city health
officer. This ordinance prescribes
the duties of said officer, which con consist
sist consist of a daily examination of the
primary school pupils, the inspec inspection
tion inspection of meats and milk sold in the
city, and the inspection of boarding
houses and hotels. This officer is
required to be a physician who has
resided in the city for at least one
year, to be elected each year at the
first regular meeting in February,
and he is to receive a salary of
$1200 a year, payable $100 a month.
Alderman Hunter introduced a
resolution which was adopted, ex exempting
empting exempting enterprises starting busi business
ness business in Ocala during 1914 from city
taxes for a term of years. Those em employing
ploying employing 50 persons to be exempt fori

five years, and those employing 100
persons for ten years.
'Alderman Robinson introduced a
resolution prescribing the duties and
salary of the city attorney, which
was adopted. The salary was fixed
at $50 per month in addition to the
regular fees allowed by law for the
collection of tax certificates, paving
certificates, etc.
The election of a city attorney to
fill the unexpired term of the late
Mr. Sistrank was then taken up.
Mr. Edwin Spencer, Jr., was put in
nomination and there being no
other 4 name placed before the coun-



We will send for your clothes and launder them as
they should be laundered, returning them to your
home as quickly as first-class work can be turned out.
Our machinery is all of the latest make, which practi practically
cally practically eliminates the possibility of; inj uring even 'the

most delicate fabrics.

. W I- I I I I M

cil, his election was declared unani unanimous.
mous. unanimous. A resolution was passed prohibit prohibiting
ing prohibiting the city from entering into com competition
petition competition with any line of business
for which it charges other parties
an occupational license. The resolu resolution
tion resolution provides, however, that the city
may dispose of any stock or appli appliances
ances appliances now on hand before this is

President Hunter then presented
the names of his committees for the
ensuing year, which are as follows:
Finance E. E. Robinson, chair chairman;
man; chairman; M. J. Roess, C. W. punter.
Judiciary M. J. Roess, chairman;
E. C. Bennett, H. A. Fausett.
Street W. A. Knight, 'chairman;
G. A. Carmichael, E. E. Robinson.
Cemetery J. C. Smith, chairman;
E. E.1 Robinson, M. J. Roess.
- Fire E. C. Bennett, chairman; J.
N. Tolar, H. A. Fausett.
Police C. W. Hunter, chairman;
W. A, Knight,' J. N. Tolar.
Market J. N. Tolar, chairman; J.
C. Smith, H. A. Fausett.
Sanitary C. W. Hunter, chair chairman;
man; chairman; H. A. Fausett, J. C. Smith.
Building H. A. Fausett, chair chairman;
man; chairman; J. C. Smith, J. N. Tolar.
Light and Water M. J. Roess,
V. A. Knight, G. A. Carmichael.'
Council then adjourned until
Thursday night at 8 o'clock. ;'

Lost Found, Wanted, For Sale
For Rent and Similar Local Needs

FOR RENT Furnished rooms.
Call at No. 515 E. Adams St. 12-31 tf

WANTED--A small roll top desk;
must be in good repair and low in
price. Address H. D., care Evening
Star. 12-3 l-6t

RAGS WANTED The Star office
will buy CLEAN COTTON rags for

use in cleaning up presses and ma

chinery 12-12-tf

FOR RENT Office rooms In the

Smith building. Apply to M. J
Roess, Ocala, Fla. l-6-12t


ern," five-room bungalows, attractive attractively
ly attractively built and fitted with all modern
conveniences. Apply to Dr. Chace,

Holder block, or D. S. Welsh, Dcala

Lumber & Supply jo. 12-19-lm


borrow $250 on good, Improved land
as security. Address "G." care the
Star. 1-9-tf

WANTED A competent colored
boy about 16 years old to do errands
and work around house. Apply to
Marion County Hospital.

FOR RENT A seven room house,
good location on Oklawaha avenue.
Possession will be given on Feb. 1st.
Phone 66. 618 Oklawaha ave. 14-12t

FOR SALE 1000 squares corru corrugated
gated corrugated galvanized iron, slightly dam damaged
aged damaged by fire. Ocala Lumber & Sup Supply
ply Supply Company. l-16-6t


mension lumber damaged by fire.
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. l-16-6t
FOR SALE CHEAP Several hun hun-dren
dren hun-dren squares composition roofing of
different brands, damaged by fire.
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. l-16-6t
LOST Lady's gold watch; Elgin
movement; black silk fob with sil silver
ver silver bar pin set with rhinestones.
Lost between Howard Academy and
my home. Suitable reward will be
paid for its return to J. R. Mitchell,
corner Second and Pond Sts. l-16-4t



well there

M bride as sterling silver.

Apart from the quality which

is high here, and the chasteness

of the patterns which can be seen

at a rlanca. it is important to know

that the prices are not extravagant.

Oar jewelry store is" Ae best place in the

county to get suggestions for wedding presents.

We have made a study of this "gift question.' It is our

business to know what is suitable for various gift occasions.

Oar stock is varied and so.'ax$ the prices. Every taste and

every pocket book-.ia;urel to be suited. .We have-

many inexpensive Dut' dainty imie novelties here

besides silverware which will make excellent gifts. M0M

"This is a jewelry stoe where you can set Just what

you are looking lot at the price you want to pay.

Every thins In our fine line of silverware.

gems, jewelry, watches, etc., contains

-r'V- nothing: tut real,' tangible values.

coupica wub ,p-io-a siyics.

gifts-rlcf us prove to.

you that here Is a








S. M. STANLEY Proprietor
Corner Oklawaha Avenue and Main Street.
. The J. D. Robertson Building.
. A Full Line ol Choice
Liquors, Wines and Beer.
Courteous Service and Choice Goods Dis Dispensed
pensed Dispensed at pur Bars. ; i :
Prompt attention and best of service to
all mail order business.
Some of Our Leading Brands of Whiskey:
Old Charter Oak Rye, Echo Springs Rye,
Old Anderson Corn Whiskey,
Kentucky Taylor Rye, ; Silvdr Brook,
Harlem Club, Mount Vernon,
And a full line of Gins, Wines and Brandies.
You will be welcome at my place.
Make your headquarters with


Mo Stanley,


Him .- iimii

The Management of DR. McCLANE
Medical, Surgical; Hydropathic
and Electric Institute
Announces the moving of the Institute
offices and treatment rooms to the Z. Butte
Building on Main Street, southeast corner
of Public Square, entrance between The
Murray Co., and Troxler's stands.
LaVger quarters, more fully, equipped and will be run
strictly ethical lines.
HOURS: 9 A.M. TO 4:30 P. M. PHONE 333.



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The best place to hide trioney is where they have
vaults for safely protecting it. Every .week we see
newspaper accounts of -people having been robbed.
Sugar-bowls, rag-bags,. uiider the carpe t, behind pic pictures
tures pictures and-all of those other places where people con conceal
ceal conceal their money, are ..well-known to burglars. Hide
it in OUR BANK, then you know you can get it
when you want it.
VYc Pay 4 per cent Interest n Salines Accounts






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Auction Lot Sales a Specialty. v
Huntington, West Va., and Ocala, Florida.
Anywhere Everywhere Any time

i; Watch this space for particulars of this valuable
body of Marion County's richest lands, which will
soon be offered for sale.

The concert tonight will Iw-gin at S:15 and the doors will he closel
during each number. The gallery seats only will be on sale at the box
olfice at. 7. and 50 cents.


y&Jx- A w- 17 yM

11uv a new patext washer j, axi some new design
iron's and lessen the weekly burden of that hated


anon Hardware
Phone 118, Ocala, Fia.


Judge Bullock Will I'ass on tlie Ccn Ccn-stitutionality
stitutionality Ccn-stitutionality 'o tlie Salacn
License-' Iaw
Tax Collector W. L. Coltert has
institute 1 suit to test the constitu

tionality of the double bar license 1
law i. e., the law passel at the last j

session of the legislature to demanl!

a separate license for each counter
at which liquor is soli. The case is
now being argued before Judge W.
S. Bullock. Judge Gober represents
the tax collector anl;- Mr. H. M.
Hampton the defendants. It is pos possible
sible possible that Judge Bullock will render
a decision this evening ct tomorrow.
However, he decides, the case will be
carried to the supreme coart, tho the
Star has little doubt that his decis decision
ion decision will stand.
A similar law has, the Star is in informed,
formed, informed, been tested in Alabama, the
supreme court of which state declar declared
ed declared It unconstitutional. If the law
sticks in this state, it will put all the
small saloons out of business.


Dr. F. H. Farker, of Nashville,
Tenn.," eiitor of the Ep worth Era,
will lecture at the First Methodist
:hurch Thursday evening, Jan. 22,
at 7:30. Everybody cordially invit invited.
ed. invited. Dr. Parker is widely known as
a Christian worker. It will do you
good to hear him. Come.
By order of Epworth League.

The annual meeting of the Lake
Weir Yacht Club will be held in the
club hcuse, Eastlake, Tuesday, Jan January
uary January 27th, 1914.


Wacahcota, Jan. 20. Mrs. B. F.
Mathews and daughter. Miss Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth of Tacoma, were guests of rela

tives here recently.

Miss Elizabeth
county's most


We are prepared to deliver freight
to any part of the city; haul furni furniture
ture furniture or baggage, anywhere at all
hours of. the day or night. Your
orders will receive prompt attention.
Drays Nos. 1 and 2.
Thomas Johnson,
Rosalie Johnscn,
l-20-6t Proprietors.

Introducing our very complete spring

line of beautiful wool suitings, wash

fabrics, fancy waistings, silks, hkdfs,
retticoats, etc. Up to date X. Y. City
patterns. Finest line on the market.
Dealing direct with the mills you
will find our prices low. If others

jean make $10 to 30 weekly you can

also. Sample, full instructions in
neat sample case, shippel express

is one of Alachua

J brilliant teachers.

Mrs. Backman Eauknight, after a
two months' visit to h'er mother,
Mrs. J. P. Smith and other relatives!

left the -9th for Saluda, S.C., 'where
she will make a short stay before re re-ti
ti re-ti rning to her home in Jennings, La.
Bad1 coHs and lagrippe is the or or-der
der or-der of the day here at present.
Miss Theora Smith returned last
week from an extenSd visit to Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Messrs. J. O. Tyson and Cedrick
Smith Tvere visitors to Gainestille
lest Tuesday. These gentlemen took
over a fine load of oranges and grape
fruit for which they found ready sale.
Mr. C. R. Curry was a visiter to
Williston on Wednesday, taking meat
oer for cold storage.
The' Messrs. Gray and Whitehearst
of Raleigh came over Thursday even evening
ing evening and enjoyed a coon hunt with
Cedrick anl Clarence Smith. They
captured one large coon.
Miss Rosalie Smith returned Sat Saturday
urday Saturday from a visit to Miss Belle Chit Chit-tv,
tv, Chit-tv, of Micanopy. While there she
was guest of honor at the young
Indies sewing club which convened

We are Making a Big Reduction in Our

We have selected our brands, and they have
been blended according to our own formulas, and
come to us direct from the importers in the green
berry. In the store we roast and grind the coffee,
the day you receive it. It is the best coffee that
Ocala has ever had for th money.
Our First Product at 30c a Pound
Our Brick City at 40 cents a Pound
Cannot be excelled. Are you using it?
New Florida Syrup, 50 cents a gallon.
New Barrel of Dill Pickels.
Sweet and Sour Cucumber Pickles, not mixed.
All kinds of New Crop Nuts.
Have you tried the Phillipino Nut?
Choice Florida Sugar Cured Bacon.
Quaker Corn Flakes, 3 packages for 25 cents.
A CARLOAD of Star Stock and Star
Poultry Foods Just Received. Nothing bet better
ter better or more economical tor your stock or

T! I prepaid. No money required. Ex-jat the home of Miss Chitty on


Dress Goods Company, 110 1st St.

Binghamton, X. Y. l-19-3t dly

Come wind, come snow, let Boreas blow, with robes like these
your body will glow. We have the largest and most up-to-date
and down-to-the-minute line of laprobes for auto and buggy that
N'as ever brougnt to this part of Florida. We have overstocked
our store in them, and our greed in buying will be your gain in
coin, a3 we are going to sell them "out at ridiculously low prices.
We also have a complete line of rain goods for your bodily pro protection
tection protection -better than insurance and doctors.

KriigjlhLt Lang



j elusive territory. Write for parti -u- Th-.:rs 'ay afternoon. After an hour
liars. Be first to apply. Standard j spent tusily plying the needles de

licious refreshments were served,
j Mr. C. R. Curry and Miss Beryl
'McMillan were shopping in Micanopy
! Saturday.
! Messrs. Tunno Mixson, Bob Smith,

nd- Willie Smith and Mrs. Ernest

es of Gainesville motored over

magazines substituted. The suDtltu- c-auruaj sua teiit iuc uu... di .uis.
t!on was not found out till the package r ,T cff'c The voan" men of
reached the bank when the cahier L' &31UI1'- ine ldn men 01
found the bundle of "LafT magazines. th e party enjoved a fishing trip to
He started to read some of the stuff i
and became- so interested that he S Johnson Lake .With Mr. LedriCR

on the subscription list of "Laff for
life. In order to set you in a grood
humor and heli rou forzet even your

biff troubles, domestic or financial, we 1

will agrree to send you Laff for one
year at the ridiculously low price of
50 cents.
This national magazine of fun is
makinsr greater strides than any other
magazine before the American public
today. It is a masrazine that will keep
the whole family in a grood humor. The
staff of Laff contains artists, caricatur caricaturists,
ists, caricaturists, and writers who rank among the

Although details have not been ariv-

.. 1 en out a package addressed to a local j1
.' bank' containing $71,000 in V. trea?-fLv!

a ury notes was taKen and a pacKasre or


I Marion County Abstract Company

X First consideration and especial attention given to small Imcta. Y.

Rev. Entzminger of Micanopy

preached an excellent sermon here

Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. J. O. Tyson entertained Mr.
and Mrs. C. M. Smith and family,
Mr. and Mrs. P. Smith and Misses
Theora Smith and Beryl McMillan
at supper Sunday.

best in the country. Lt i highly illus- l'iess,B-
trated and printed in colors. It will j Smith were guests of Mr. Xeil
keep the whole family cheerful the
year "round. You can afford to spend Mathews, of Flemington, Sunday.
50c. a year to do this. Send this clip- p-i.-ir, nrntnn anl intprestine
pins and fifty cents today to the rub- JJrs- -lin iiruton ani mieresimg
lishefs of, Laff: Dayton. Ohio, for one little SDn, J. D., of Central spent

jears ? u uscripiit'ii. i iitr it-uiai pi ice
is $1 and we are making- this special i Friiay

offer to get acquainted. Adv. 1

Cari-Ttoiias C0
Cam Building.


Opposite A. C. L, Station.




D. B. BAUM, Proprietor.

hew, James Hudgins, of Fellowship,
are guests of Mrs. J. M. Smith.
Mrs. Annie Maddocks of Lakeland
is visiting her mother, Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. Collins, of St. Cloud,
arrived Saturday and visited their
uncle, Mr. B. F. Ycng, at Mrs. V. P.
Smith's until Monday.

Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf


Fort King Camp No. 14 meets in
Yonge's Hall at 8 p. m. every second
Friday. Visiting sovereigns always
welcome. F. J. Burden, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk. Adv.

Partridge-Woodrow Company Company-Selling
Selling Company-Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala

An old bachelor may not believe
that life is full of contradictions, but
u married man always does.

Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
3Ierchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf

For Weakness ana Loss or Appetite
The Old Standard general r treagtfienir temic
ti ROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC, dr ves cr
X -si &. bJiiCs .p the s.j"!i.cui. A Inn -n
. ; Ippt'diLT ror ailuts eel cbii';--

with Mrs. J. W. Bradley.

Mr. Geo. Bradley, wife and child children,
ren, children, of Jacksonville, were the guests
of Mrs. Robert Bradley several days
the past week.
Mrs. Laurence Beck and little nep-

To Cure a Cold in One Day
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J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter.



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Six months, In advance z.a" j
Three months, in advance. 1.25
One month, In advance.... .50
"Speak unto the children of Israel
that they go forward." Ex. xiv: 15.
Some of the leading men of Ocala
spoke Tuesday evening to the people
of the city, that they go forward in
unity as well as in progress.
The occasion was a "get together"
banquet given by Secretary J. D,
Rooney of the Marion County Board
of Trade td the mayor and council,
board of governors of the Board of
Trade and members of the fourth
Merchants' Cafe and followed the
meeting of the board of governors
and the city council.
John Dewey laid his longest table
with snowy napery, shining metal
and sparkling crystal about 9
o'clock, and shortly after the guests
arrived. They, were appropriately
seated: the mayor and his cabinet at
one end of the table; the president
of the Board of Trade and his cab cabinet
inet cabinet at the other, and the newspa newspaper
per newspaper men, as usual, serving as a
buffer between. The list of the
guests is as follows:
F. E. Harris. John D. Robertson,
C. V; Hunter, H. A. Fausett, W. A.
Knight, J. C. Smith, E. E. Robinson,
Ceorge MacKay, J. E. Chace, J. L.
Edwards, R. S. Rogers, A. C. Cobb,
J. M. Meffert, Geo. J. Blitch, Jake
Brown, H. C. Sistrunk, Edwin Spen Spencer,
cer, Spencer, R. R. Carroll and J. H. Benja Benjamin.
min. Benjamin. After seeing that his guests were
seated, and before taking his own
place, Secretary Rooney set in the
middle'" of the table a mysterious
seemed to be devoted to the culture
sof a robust vegetable of some un un-7known
7known un-7known species. On being asked as
?to what this was, Mr. Rooney said,
"All in good time," and took his
Supper was served, consisting
principally of oysters in all styles
and most deliciously prepared. After
the bivalves and" their accompani accompaniments
ments accompaniments had been disDOsed of. ciears
were lit, and with Mr. MacKay as
master of ceremonies, some excellent
: were made.
Mr. Rooney was the first speaker,
and his address is what might have
been expected of an enterprising
and broadminded man, who has
cast his lot among us and is devoting
his best efforts to building up our
city and section. The purpose of
the banquet, he said, was to bring
together the two great forces for
advancement the Board of Trade
which made plans; the mayor and
council, which could execute them.
We have all made mistakes in the
past, but we all want our city to
prosper; it is our duty to forget the
past, except as we may profit by it;
to forgive the errors of others, .as
we would be forgiven; to banish
bitterness and factionalism, and con concede
cede concede that others may be as earnest
as ourselves in attaining the ends
for which we may desire to use dif different
ferent different means.
Buried Them Deep
At the end of his speech, for
which he was heartily applauded,
Mr. Rooney turned to the myster mysterious
ious mysterious urn and pushing aside the lux luxuriant
uriant luxuriant vegetable, which might aptly
be considered to represent the spirit
of discord that is sometimes mani manifest
fest manifest in Ocala affairs he brought to
view a hatchet and a hammer. The
first he buried, symbolizing by his
action the peace and good will that
henceforth will prevail in all our af affairs.
fairs. affairs. Then he buried alongside the
natchet the hammer, signifying
that we want no more "knocking,"
no further disparagement of our
tdty and section or unjust criticism
of the men who are doing their best
to enhance their prosperity.
He buried them deep, and left not
the least vestige of the handle of
either sticking out. This entirely
apt and much heeded illustration
-went straight to the hearts of all
present. The Star hopes that it will
appeal with the force it merits to all
who read these lines or hear of the
Mr. C. V. Hunter
Jlr. Charles W. Hunter, president


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Six months, in advance.... 4.25
Three months, in advance. 2.25
One month, in advance SO
of the new city council, made a
short, snappy little talk on the "Push
and Smile" style, and said that he
never went into anything that he
did not give the people the best he
had in the shop; that he had gone
into this very council business with
the same idea in his. head and he
proposed to put all of his energy and
brain into the work and try to do
something of good for the city and
strive for the best interests of the
whole city all the time. He spoke
of the willingness of the council to
grant all reasonable concessions to
manufacturing enterprises to en encourage
courage encourage them to come here and re referred
ferred referred to the resolution just passed
by the council looking to that end.
He referred to the feasible project
of a canal from Silver Springs, six
miles away, to oilr city and the solv solving
ing solving forever of the freight rate prob problem,
lem, problem, and in addition it would put
Ocala on the tourist map. He as
sured Mr. Rooney and all present
that it would be his pleasure to co-
operate-with the Board of Trade and
the newspapers and the business men
of the city in general to the end that
Ocala be made a better, bigger and
more progressive city. Mr. Hunter
reminded his hearers that they could
get busy at once and by June have
a bond issue in force big enough to
care for the sewerage, street paving,
public buildings and any other
measures that we might wish to car carry
ry carry out. This is what we will have to
do and the sooner we get down to
it the better for us.
Mr. F. E. Harris
Mr. Harris said that he considered
it very unfortunate that Secretary
Rooney came to Ocala in the year
1913. He then gave some of the
trials and hardships of the old year
now past; that the war in the East
and the fear of its spreading to
other countries and involving other
powers had greatly demoralized the
money markets of the world and its
effect had been felt in this country;
many misfortunes had marked the
old year, but the outlook for 1914
was much brighter and better and
he hoped for many good things and
especially for' some good results in
Ocala with the council, the Board of
Trade and the newspapers pulling
together and boosting. He compli complimented
mented complimented Secretary Rooney on his
good work here and said he saw a
big field of Usefulness opening out
for him and the city and county and
expected a big showing for the new
Mr. Spencer
Mr. Edwin Spencer was asked to
give a little talk on freight rates
and he explained briefly the "long
and short haul" bill which he put
through the last legislature. He
said the bill was a law on the statute
books but the railroads were not
complying with it; that the people
were endeavoring to make them do
so and the meeting of the railroad
commission in this city next month
will really be a trial of the railroads
by the people to see whether or not
the people can show enough evidence
to cause the commission to enforce
the law. He said the freight rate
men who appeared before the legis legislature
lature legislature explained the discrimination
against interior points in favor of
seaports in this way: The railroad
companies lose money on the com competitive
petitive competitive rates maintained at seaports
and the higher rates to the interior
points are to cover this loss. Mr.
Spencer said the companies failed to
explain why they maintained so
many wide-awake solicitors, fighting
all the time for business at Tampa
and Jacksonville, when it was
handled at a loss. He said he was
getting evidence and data, lots of it,
and would have more before the
commission met here, and he want wanted
ed wanted every shipper to do likewise and
come to that meeting armed with it;
that he would never rest till this
long and short haul law was en enforced
forced enforced and Ocala had begun to en enjoy
joy enjoy a just freight rate, without
which we could talk and work for
factories till doomsday, but we
would never get them.
Mr. George MacKay
Mr. George MacKay, president of
the Marion County Board of Trade
and master of ceremonies, made a

few remarks on freight rates. He
said he knew, probably better than
most of us, just how badly we are
handicapped in this respect. He
could not have said anything more
forcible, if he had talked an hour,
than to instance the case of the
Ocala Iron Works, of which he is
president, buying a carload of sand '.
from Georgia, as Georgia sand is ;

better adapted for its requirements.
There was no time to look up the
freight rate but had the Tampa rate)
on file and thought that the Ocala
rate would be no higher, as Tampa
is almost twice as far. The Tampa
rate on a car was $75. The rate to
Ocala, when the car arrived, was
found to be three times as much, or
$225 to stop the car in Ocala. This
i3 discrimination of the railroads
against the interior points.
Mr. E. E. Robinson
Mr. Robinson said that when he
was elected to the council he made
a solemn obligation with himself
that he would give the city the best
there was in him, without regard to
personal feelings or friendships. He
then said he was going to ask the
people of the city to give their aid
and wise counsel to this young men's
administration and refrain from the
expression that "Robinson and the
others are all right, but they are too
young." "Just keep in mind that
we are going to do the best we can,"
said he, "aid and advise us but do
not knock us. We may make mis mistakes
takes mistakes but everyone does, and we will
try to profit by ours. The old-time
belief that young men cannot ac accomplish
complish accomplish things and demonstrate
that they have executive power has
been exploded long ago and the
young men are coming into their
own. Now, .just help me and the
other young men of the council;
stand back of us and help us to
make you the best city council you
have ever had."
Mr. Edwards
President John L. Edwards, of the
Ocala National Bank, said he would
not make a talk but that he was
heartily in sympathy with this "get
together" movement and was glad
that Secretary Rooney had conceiv conceived
ed conceived the idea and carried it out, and
was glad to be present and see the
spirit of harmony and disposition of
all to pull together.
Brief remarks, which they did not
intend as speeches, but which were
pertinent and well received, were
made by Messrs. Chace, Meffert,
Brown and Cobb.
The business banquet, for such it
was, lasted not long there were no
tedious waits between courses, all
the speeches were short and to the
point, and as soon as they were over,
the guests, after hearty congratula congratulations
tions congratulations to Mr. Rooney for his splendid
ideas and most happy way of express expressing
ing expressing them, as well as his hospitality,
departed for their homes.
"Its a Good Thing Shove it Along"
It was a mighty good policy out outlined
lined outlined and approved of at the meet meeting.
ing. meeting. The Marion County Board of
Trade, considering its resources, is
far more able and progressive than,
can be found in the average city of
much greater size. Secretary Roon Rooney
ey Rooney is the man for his job broad broad-minded
minded broad-minded and tolerant as well as en enterprising
terprising enterprising and everlastingly on the
job, and with an interest and sympa sympathy
thy sympathy in every good cause that few few-men
men few-men can manifest, let alone feel.
The mayor and the aldermen are
progressive men and give their very
valuable service to the city for little
or no pay. Will hot all our people
back them up in the spirit manifest manifested
ed manifested at Tuesday night's banquet?
The nomination of John Skelton
Williams to be controller of the cur currency
rency currency was promptly confirmed by the
Senate. The only opposition to him
was manifested by Bristow of Kan Kansas
sas Kansas and William Alden Smith of
It has been suggested to the Star
by people who have observed the
situation that there is considerable
danger in the way autos line up by
the theater during evening per performances.
formances. performances. The cars are left on
both sides of the street, and there is
barely room for another vehicle to
pass between them. To add to the
danger some have lights burning
Dental Surgeon
Rooms 9, 10, 11, Holder Block
Phone 250
Terms: Cash.
.Dental Surjreon
Office Over Commercial Bank
Phone 211

is taken in the banking transactions of our depositors, and their success is pro promoted
moted promoted in every way consistent with sound banking procedure.
Checking accounts are cordially invited.
The MooFos & QnamMss IBanuIls

Capital. $50,000.00.

T. T. MUXROE, President.
Z. C. CHAMBLISS, Vice President.

The accounts of
especially invited.
and some have not, and when an another
other another car tries to pass between the
two lines the driver has to trust
some to luck to get thru. Some
night there is going to be a smash,
with several cars more or less dam damaged
aged damaged and perhaps somebody badly
hurt. There are more cars- passing
up and down Fort King at night
than in any other part of the city.
Autos taking parties to the theater
should line up on the right side,
first come first place, and the .city
should detail a policeman to see that
the rule Is carried out until the peo people
ple people generally understand it. It is
better to have late, comers walk a
few yards further than risk some
one being killed or injured.
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
I will be at the following places to
receive tax returns for 1914:
February, 1914
31 Martel, 4th, a. m.
4 Cotton Plant. 4th, p. m.
6 Heidtville, 5th, 10 a. m. to 2 p. m.
24 Dunnellon. 6th.
5 Romeo, 7th, 10 a. m. to 2 p. m.
20 Blitchton, 9th. 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
29 Kendrick, 10th, a, m.
15 Martin, 10th, p. m.
18 Lowell. 11th, a. m.
2 Reddick, 11th, p. m.
31 Fairfield, 12th, a. m.
3 Flemington, 12th, p. m.
32 Central, 13th, a. m.
32 Geigrer, 13th, p. m.
22 Mcintosh. 14th, 9 a. m. to 2 p..m.
7 Shady. 16th, a. m.
21 .Santos, 17th. 8 to 9 a. m.
21 Belleview, 17th, 10 a. m. to 3 p. m,
23 Pedro, 18th, a. m.
28 Levon, 18th, p. m.
8 Summerfleld, 19th, a. m.
25 Candler, 20th, a. m.
9 Oklawaha, 20th, p. m.
19 Eastlake, 21st, a. m.
19 Weirsdale. 21st, p. m.
10 Moss Bluff, 23rd, a. m.
10 Electra, 23rd, p. m.
11 Lynne, 24th, 8 to 10 a. m.
11 Grahamville, 24th. 11 a. m. to 1p.m.
11 Connor. 24th, 1 to 4 p. m.
12 Churchill, 25th, 11 a. m. to 2 p. m.
27 Eureka, 26th, a. m.
13 Fort McCoy, 26th, p. m.
13 Burbank, 27th, a. m.
14 Orange Springs. 27th, p. m.
Mrch, 1914
17 Anthony, 2nd, a. m.
26 Sparr, 3rd, a, m.
13 Pine, 3rd, p. m.
16 Citra, 4th. a. m.
15 Linadale, 5th, 11 a. m. to 2 p. m.
1 Ocala, 9th to 31st.
The law requires all tax returns to
be made by the first day of April. Aft After
er After the books are written it is impossi impossible
ble impossible to make changes.
I get a list of every automobile that
is registered. ALFRED AYER,
1-23-wkyltf Assessor.
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot
corner. Meals a la carte and lunches
at any hour. Adv.'
The annual meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Barker Chemical Com Company
pany Company will be held at the office or the
company in Rockwell, Marion County,
Florida, on Tuesday, February 17th,
1914, at 10:30 a, m.
l-23-4t Secretary.
Rockwell, Florida, January 20th, 1914.
PartridgeAVoodrow Company
' Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
The annual meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Standard & Hernando
Railroad Company will be held at the
office of the company in Rockwell, Ma Marion
rion Marion county, Florida, on Tuesday, Feb February
ruary February 17th, 1914, at 11 a. m.
l-23-4t Secretary.
Rockwell, Florida, January 20th, 1914.
OCALA LODGE XO. 280, K. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge, No. 286, Benovelent
and Protective Order of Elks, mests
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. jVisiting breth brethren
ren brethren a1 ways welcome.
Chas. W. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.
The annual meeting' of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Port Insrlis Terminal
Company will be held at the office of
the company in Rockwell, Marion
county, Florida, on Tuesday, February
17th. 1914, at 11:30 a. m.
l-23-4t Secretary.
Rockwell, Florida. January 20th, 1914.
The annual meeting1 of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Dunnellon Phosphate
Company will be held at the office of
the company in. Rockwell. Marion
county. Florida, on Tuesday. February
17th, 1914, at 12 o'clock noon.
1-23-4 t Secretary.
Rockwell, Florida, January 20th, 1914.
Part ridge-Wood row Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf

Surplus and Profits, 035,CC0,C0.
. J. M. THOMAS,-Vice President.

farmers in Marion, Citrus

Opposite Harrington Hall Hotel

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a good man does not always mean a good title

men pass away, titles run on forever."
an abstract of title is the only means by which you can determine
whether you are baying land or a lawsuit

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Our styling is thoroughly up-to-date
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In order to reduce our large stock of Winter Millinery, we will,
until the above date, sell at greatly reduced prices, our entire
line. Every item in the store is of the latest design; no old stock.
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Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala

Hear the Maud Powell records at
our store next to O. K. Teapot Groc Grocery
ery Grocery Co. A. M. Lansford, l-17-7t

Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala

Fresh bread, cakes and pies every
day; delivered to any part of the
city. Heint' Bakery. 12-31-tf

fund: Taylor Printing Co. for re report
port report cards, $3; F. W. Ditto for two
premiums on Ocala school building,
$55; Commercial Bank for interest
on warrants paid, $13.67; J. H. Brin-
son for postage and office supplies,
$10.42; J. H. Brinson for expenses
to state educational association $35. $35.-05;
05; $35.-05; D. R. Zetrouer for stove pipe and
window lights for Shiloh school,
$2.25; Mrs. E. H. Martin for office

help, $6; Mrs. E. J. Cardy for inter

est, $42; S. H. Walkup for building

material Mt. Zion colored school,

$24.62; Mclver & MacKay for heater

or Ocala high school, $4; Marion

Hardware Co., heater and pipe for
Derby school, $6.25; M. L. Payne,
trustee, for interest $50.75; Ocala
Star for district election notice at
Shiloh, $4.35, and for minutes,

$2.5t); L. A. Fort for expenses in at

tending board meeting as architect
for Dunnellon school $32, for work
in connection with the contracts for

building and plumbing $20; Fred J.

Burden for fixing seats in the Ocala

school, $3; G. S. Scott for premium

on policy Ocala primary building,

$37.50; John M. Graham for treas

urer's commission, $24.99; J. V.

Caldwell for supplies for Patts Is-

and, $8.90; Mclver & MacKay for
ocks, butts and glass for Mt. Zion

school at Reddick, $4; J. F. Luff man

for freight on maps, $1.92;, W. W.
King for pipe and fixing heaters at
Dunnellon, $6.50; Mclver & MacKay

or heater for Griner Farm, $6.05;

Jason Grant for repairing pipe at

Mcintosh, $1.25; Ocala Northern
Railway for freight on supplies to
Fort McCoy, $1.92; Commecial Bank
for duplicate of warrant lost Xo.

12435, and also to Nancy C. Jones

for warrant No. 12377, the former
for interest for month of November
and the latter for teaching; S. J.

Thomas for repairs and materials for

Dunnellon colored school, $14.50;

Ocala Banner, for minuter, $2.50;

Christian & Dickson for heater pipe

for Mcintosh school, $1.05; H. & W.

B. Drew Co. for blackboard for Bur-

bank, $5.05; Ocala Lumber & Supply
Co. for lumber for Citra $12.95;

Marion Hardware Co. for pump ma material
terial material for Electra, $10.27; Ocala
Banner notice of validating proceed proceedings
ings proceedings on the bonds for Ocala $13 and
on Dunnellon $13, and tho second
advertisement for both $13 each;

Keystone Supply Company for car carbon
bon carbon paper for office use $3.91; Mc

lver & MacKay for rug for office
$6.25; H. & V. B. Drew Co. for
desks for Anthony $62.30; W. U.

Telegraph Co. for service $1.50

Ocala Telephone Co. for service
$10.95; H. & W. B. Drew Co. for
desks for-Lowell $17.51; J. N. Mar Marshall
shall Marshall for repairs and lumber for Can Candler
dler Candler $3.60.
The following were ordered paid
from the district funds: J. N. Mar Marshall
shall Marshall on Candler for wood and inci incidentals
dentals incidentals $5.30; Marion Hardware Co.
on Dunnellon for gong and nailing
$5.05; 'H. B. Masters Co. on Ocala
for lock, hasp and crayons for How

ard academy $3; Ocala Star on Oak
Hill for election notice $4.35; S. H.
Blitch for wood $3; W. T. Gary on
Ocala for janitor and sundry inciden incidentals
tals incidentals for coming month $100; G. W.
Neville on Dunnellon for janitor, in

cidentals, ice, wood and attending

county board meetings $39.40; Com

mercial Bank on following for inter

est: Ocala $37. 77, Reddick 37c,

Griner Farm 58c, Sparr 52c, Ken-

drick $1.50, Oklawaha 33c; Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union for notice for bids on Dun

nellon $22; A. C. Walkup on Mcln

tosh for wood $11.50; Rentz Lumber

Co. on Fort McCoy for difference be

tween bill and amount paid by the

colored people on the school house
$45.37; W. L. Hardest on Griner
Farm for sundry work at the school
house $2.50; Mclver & MacKay for

glass and putty at Candler $2.25;

Grantham Bros, on Sparr for Inci Incidentals
dentals Incidentals and supplies on Hopewell
rnlnrPfl srhool SI 2.10.. and for

glass for white school $2.60; H. B.

Masters Co. on Fellowship for cray

ons $1; W. J. Young on Fort King

for wood and crayons $3.20.

The county treasurer's report was
presented and showed for the month
on December balance and receipts
$2500.33, disbursements $2499.16,

balance $1.17. The report was

checked over and compared with the
warrants returned as paid and

fminrt tn bo annarentlv correct. It

showed the following balances on

hand for the several districts: Ocala

$12.72, Mcintosh $35.13, Belleview
$246.26, Fantville $30.64, Dunnellon
$60.90, Reddick $3.01, Pine Level
$210.49, Mayville $37.35, Weirsdale
$287.71, Citra $33.61, Griner Farm
S6c, Buck Pond $432.98, Candler
Ion school building was presented
fcr execution and upon examination

the board found an objection in a

paragraph and ordered it sent back

ito Mr. Fort for explanation before

A statement was presented from
R. F. Heath itemizing the receipts
and disbursements in the building of

the Mt. Zion colored school house
and also the time worked by himself
and the other people. This was or ordered
dered ordered filed for information a.nd he
was to be directed to proceed to fin finish
ish finish the house as soon as possible and
the entire matter.
In the matter of the 6ale of the
bonds voted to be issued by the dis district
trict district of Dunellon, Mr. B. R. Blitch
introduced the following resolution
which was adopted by a unanimous
Resolved: That the bonds to be
Issued by Dunnellon special tax
school district number five, of Ma Marion
rion Marion county, shall be in the sum of
51,000 (one thousand dollars) each,
with interest coupons attached, and
that the chairman and secretary of
this board be and they are hereby
duly authorized and instructed to
draw the form of such bonds and
place an order for the making of the
And further that the secretary is
hereby authorized and directed to
cause notice to be given in the man manner
ner manner required by law,-4)y publication
in some newspaper published in Ma Marion
rion Marion county, that this board will re receive
ceive receive bids for the purchase of said
bonds offered for sale, to wit, twelve
(12) bonds of $1,000 each bearing
interest at five per cent, the princi principal
pal principal payable 20 years from date, in interest
terest interest payable annually, reserving to
this board the right to reject any
and all bids, if they deem it for the
interest of said district so to do.
These bids will be received and open opened
ed opened at the office of the superintend superintendent
ent superintendent of public instruction for said
county on Thursday, February 19,
A protest against the appointment
cf V. A. Wilkerson as supervisor of
the Clarkesville colored school was
presented and it was agreed that the
present appointment would stand the
regular time in April for appointing
A commumcation from the super supervisor
visor supervisor of the Elmwood colored school
asking for an appropriation to se secure
cure secure a well for the use of the school
was presented and it was agreed
that if the community would pay one
half of the expense and this not to
exceed $40, the county would pay
the other half of the expense.
A deed to the lot at Dallas for a

colored school was presented with a
letter from the supervisor. The
deed was not accepted for the rea

son that it was not close enough to

Summerfield as it was intended to
unite the Summerfield and Dallas

colored schools. The deed was or

dered returned.

It was reported from the Lake

Weir colored schools that they had

selected E. D. Williams as supervisor

and he was ordered to be duly ap

pointed. Also they granted desks to

use in their school house.

A cljeck for $262.50 was present

ed from the insurance company for

the loss of the school house at Or

ange Springs. The chairman and

secretary had been previously au
thorized by the board to have a suit

able school house built and equip

ped here.

It being reported to the board that

in some instances theNgoods ordered

by the trustees of the A. J. Nystrom

& Company were not proving to be
as represented, it was ordered that

they .be directed to examine the
goods and if they were not of the
quality as represented, to refuse to
take them or to endorse bills for
tbeir payment. The secretary was

also directed to write the house

about the matter.

A communication from the super
visor of the Central school was pre

sented in which he spoke of the

good work being accomplished by
their teacher, and asking that the
salary be increased $5 per month,
but the board declined to make a
change in the salary.
A petition was presented from the
Oklawaha school for an assistant
teacher to be granted, but the aver average
age average not being quite sufficient at the
time to warrant an assistant the
matter was passed over for the
The suspension of the Bay Lake
school and the subsequent death of
the teacher were reported and the
place ordered filled as soon as pos possible.
sible. possible. Some desks, blackboards and
teachers' desks were granted the
Citra school.
Resignation of Miss Rosa O. Estep
teacher of the Charter Oak school,
was presented and accepted. It was
orderei to supply the place with an another
other another teacher as soon as possible.

A communication was presentei
from the state tax commission mak making
ing making inquiry as to the sentiment of
tbe county school board upon the
matter of making a full value assess assessment,
ment, assessment, and the board agreed that it
was in full sympathy with the prin principle
ciple principle and would make reductions in
its reauests for mileage to corre-

! spond with the increased assess assess-f
f assess-f ment so far as could be ascertained.
Mr. E. H. Martin, as attorney for
' the board, discussed the provisions
$286.4S, Fellowship $94.48, Electra

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The records of the bank also contain much information
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Don't hesitate to use all the facilities of our
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we are always glad when you avail yourself of them.

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REAL vs. FALSE Economy at This Time
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$18.03, Blitchton $167.67, Martel
$159.99, Fort King ..124.50, Capu Capu-let
let Capu-let $245.24, Linadale $61.29, Cotton
Plant $330.59, Orange Lake $198.44,
Oak Hill $38.55, Moss Bluff $36.98,
Fajrfield $13.44, Cottage Hill $67.16,
Charter Oak $262.02, Pedro $73.37,
Kendrick $19.37, Oklawaha $26.94,
Heidtvillo $320. 06, Pleasant Hill
$154.02, Fort McCoy. $203.. 22, An Anthony
thony Anthony $181.68, Summerfield $33.32,
Homeland 34c. Total district bal balances
ances balances and receipts $6956.85, dis disbursements
bursements disbursements $2257.12 balances $4, $4,-G99.73.
G99.73. $4,-G99.73. The teachers' reports that were in
were examined and passed upon and
the accounts ordered paid.
No further business appearing
the board adjourned to meet in reg
ular session on Tuesday, February
3, 1914. J. H. Brinson,

Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala

Bought and Sold.
Farm Tools, Casoline Engines, Wag Wagons,
ons, Wagons, Huggies, Harness, Beds and
Ileddingj Stores, Tinware, Queens
ware. Crockery, Etc
Phone 481
U9 S. Main Street, Ocala, Fla.

To Cure a Cold la One Day

, TeIATir2EROMOQT3'ntr.e. Xtstopathr!
; Cough and Headacbc and works off the Cold,
j frni?zists refind ron-y if it Jails to cure.
S- W. GROVE'S eisnatrre ca each box. 25c.
j Partridge-Woodrow Company

Selling Agents
3Iercliants Block, Ocala

5 or 6 doses 666 will break
any case of Chills & Fever, Colds
& LaGrippe; it acts on the liver
better than Calomel andjdoes not
gripe or sicken. Price 25c.

J. E. Frampton, Formerly of
Lamar, Missouri
Is now located in Ocala. 25 years
of my life has been spent In dif different
ferent different lines of work which I
profess to follow. This experi experience
ence experience coupled with a thorough
course of training: in Piano Tun Tuning:,
ing:, Tuning:, Regulation and how to care
for your piano, is why I ask an
opportunity to prove It by my
work. 1 profess to be an expert
workman on Pianos. Organs and
fcevvjns- Machines. Drop a card
or call at 228 Daugherty street
until further notice. References


When You have Clothes to be
Cleaned, Pressed or Dyed.
Only First-Class Workmen
All Work Guaranteed.
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Ladies' Work a Specialty.
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(If you have any items for this department call phone 106)

Tea for Rev. and 31 rs. Gray
Rev. and Mrs. Campbell Gray of
Orlando, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
F. T. Schreiber, arriving at noon,
and in their honor Mrs. Schreiber
entertained at a charmingly inform informal
al informal tea between the hours of 3 and 5
o'clock thi3 afternoon, her guests in including
cluding including the very special friends of
the former rector of Grace Episcopal
church and Mrs. Gray.
Mrs. Schreiber entertained her
i m 12.
guests m ner Deauumi spacious liv living
ing living room which received additional
attractiveness from many vases and
bowls of roses, violets and pansies
placed on the mantle, tables and
book cases. The hostess was assist assisted
ed assisted in receiving by Mrs. Horace Har Harold
old Harold and Misses Minnie and. Louise
Gamsby and in serving tea and deli delicious
cious delicious cake and candies by Misses
Dorothy Schreiber and Hope Robin-eon.-
. Rev. and Mrs. Gray leave Monday
for "Wisconsin and they will carry
with them to their far away home
the good wishes of many friends not
only in Ocala but throughout the
stated for both 'are popular. They
will return to Orlando tomorrow.
Invited to enjoy the delightful
and informal tea were Rev. and Mrs.
J. G. Glass, Mrs. Glass, Sr., Mrs. C.
II. Gamsby, Miss Kate Gamsby, Mr.
and Mrs. F. G. Burden, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Drake, Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Goddard, Mrs., Julia Haisley, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Goddard, Mrs. William
Anderson, Mrs. G. T. Maughs, Mrs.
Julia Palmer, Mrs. E. J. Redding,
Mrs. J. T. Lancaster, Mrs. G. K.
Robinson, Mr. H. A. Davies, Mrs. W.
K. Zewadski, Mrs. Walter Hood, Mr.
Thomas, Mrs. X. Hickman, Mr. and
Mrs. L. R. Chazal, Mr., and Mrs.
Frank Drake, Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce,
Mrs. M. H. Stovall, Mrs. C. R. Ty Ty-dings,
dings, Ty-dings, Mrs. H. B. Clarkson, Mrs. A.
M. Perry, Mrs. C. L. Bittinger, Mrs.
M. A. Williams, Dr. and Mrs. Van
Hood, Mrs. T. IL Johnson, Mrs. Wil William
liam William Hocker, Mrs. E. H. Mote, Mrs.
-W. S. Bullock, Mrs. Charles Rhein Rhein-auer,
auer, Rhein-auer, Mrs. G. S. Scott, Mrs. J. H.
Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Condon,-1
Dr. and Mrs. L. H. von EngelkiC
Mrs. W. A. Knight, Misses Fanny
ana noseuua rtouiusuu, juyi uiu
Lancaster, Minnie and Genea Sto Stovall,
vall, Stovall, Annie Laurie, Emma and Sid Sidney
ney Sidney Harold, Frances Rowleff, Susie
Lou and Hannay Ellis and Alice Bui
For Visitors
Mrs. J. T. Parks and Mrs. Joe
B. Johnson, two of Tampa's charm charming
ing charming matrons, who are guests for the
week of Mrs. E. L. Carney, will be
principal guests at several delight delightful
ful delightful social affairs to be given during
the week, among them being a
luncheon tomorrow by Mrs. G. S.
Scott, and Mrs. John Taylor, follow followed
ed followed by a' large card party from 10 to
11:30 o'clock. Friday, Mrs. Robert
W 11 .1 A J Z J
riaKe win entertain a o.ozeu inenus,
-honoring them, and that, evening
Mrs. Leon Fishel will be hostess at
a moving picture party. Saturday
Mrs. S. R. Pyles will entertain at
dinner at her lovely country home.
Mrs. Blount Entertained in Tampa
Mrs. B. W. Blount of Jacksonville,
who is the charming guest of Mrs.
M. M. Taylor, has been the honoree
at several delightful social functions,
more or less formal, and a number
of other things are planned for her
this week. Mrs. Blqunt will leave
the latter part of the week for her.
liome, in Jacksonville, much to the
regret of her many friends in Tan
pa. '
Yesterday at 1 o'clock Mrs. Albert
Thornton gave a charming luncheon
a, the Country1 Club in compliment
to Mrs. Blount. The table was cen
Oca'a Seed Store
is headquarters for Poul Poultry
try Poultry Foods ud Stock an4,
Poulti Powders. W keep
on hand all the time:
Beef Sr-ap,
Blood Meal,
Mica Grit,
Cracked Bone,
Scratch Food,
CONKEY'S Poultry and
Stock Foods and Rem Remedies;
edies; Remedies; a full line.
A large assortment of
Flower Pots.


tered with a beautiful cluster pf red
carnations and at each cover a
bride's rose was laid as a favor. The
place cards were hand-painted in
Harrison Fisher girl's heads. The
several course luncheon was daintily
served and the occasion quite en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable for all.
This afternoon Mrs. Blount is
honor guest at a charming littel in informal
formal informal tea which Mrs. J. M. Grant Grantham
ham Grantham is giving at the Tampa Bay
pleasant parties and many others
will be held there.
Thursday Mrs. Clyde Perry will
entertain for Mrs. Blount and Fri Friday,
day, Friday, Mrs. E. K. Xelson has planned
a tea for this attractive visitor and
some of her most intimate friends,
to take place at four o'clock. Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Times.
. Box Parties

Mme. Maud Powell, whose appear
ance at the Temple theater this eve-

ning has been an eagerly anticipated; The guestg included Mrs c v
event, will be listened to by a veryMiller Mraa H. Llovd, Mrs. John
large audience. Several box parties :Taylor Mrs. c. R- Kreger, Mrs. Ar Ar-havo
havo Ar-havo been arranged. dis Waterman, Mrs. G. E. Yancey;
Occupying one box will be Mr. and Mrs c B Ayer Misges A,ice BuJ.
Mrs. D. E. Mclver, entertaining in j lock Fanny and Rosebud Rcbinsonf
compliment of their house guests, victoria Raysor, Gertie Pevser, Eu Eu-Mr.
Mr. Eu-Mr. and Mrs. W. R, Goodwin of Lake,genia Fuler and Clara Jonng(mV
Weir and Chicago. Other guests of J
Mr. and Mrs. Mclver will be Mr. and! Mrs Eugene Rivers is t'he guest
Mrs. George MacKay. The theater of her aunt( Mrg F G. Hagood in
party will follow a lovely little din-, Jacksonville, for a few days, going
ner' up especially to meet Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. William Hocker will enter-Wakei.t who win spend a few days

tain m nonor or ner nouse guests,
Mrs. E. IL Mote of Leesburg and
Miss Lula Robertson of Elizabeth-
tcwn,.Ky., her additional gueses be
ing Mrs. J. T. Park and Mrs. Joe B
Johnson of Tampa, Mrs. E. L. Car Carney
ney Carney and Mrs. L. W. Duval.
Miss Marguerite Porter, chairman j
of the music committee of the Worn-,
an's Club under whose auspices the

artist came, will occupy a box withj00re

her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Van Hood
and Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hampton.
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax will
have as their guests Miss Daisy
Keidel.ilrsr-CTVr-Miller and Mrs.
j;Jt 11 Mi 11 MW Mi
' I

Mrs. Louis W. Duval arrived this jTDcala are spending several days in
afternoon from Marietta, Ga., where ttte city. Mr. Hocker is the son of
with Mr. Duyathe visited en route ;juge Hocker of Tallahassee and is
from Kentucky tolFlorida and is be- following in his father's footsteps,
ing cordially welmed after an .ab- practicing law in the Brick Citj-.'
sence of a year Mr. Duyalis in; Tampa Tribune.

Texas on business andfntil he ar arrives
rives arrives Mrs. Duvav-rftl visit her sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. William Hocker.
Among the out of towjwpeople j
whorillmotor inafteT supper to i
hear Maud Powell are Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Borland, Misses Louise and
Ethel Borland, Mr. and Mrs. Tal Tal-rnage
rnage Tal-rnage DuPree, Mr. Allison Wart Wart-mann,
mann, Wart-mann, Mrs. Eugene Cox, Misses Eu Eugenia
genia Eugenia and Bessie Byrd Burleson of
Citra; Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Rogers of
Lynne, and their guest, Mrs. Knight
of Starke.
Mrs. J. M. Dell, Jr., returned
home Monday from Ocala, where she
went to attend the funeral of. her
grandmother, Mrs. A. S. Liddon,
who died suddenly at Starke last
Saturday: Deceased was 81 years of
age and a lady much beloved by all
who knew her. -Gainesville Sunv
Mrs. Julia Palmer is the guest of
Mrs. G. F. Maughs for a few days,
arriving" from her home at Dunedin.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Hocker
are expected home tomorrow from
St. Petersburg, where they are now
the guests of Mrs. Hocker's parents,
Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Montgomery, of
Elizabethtown, Ky.
The pictures of Earl and Joe Cald Caldwell,
well, Caldwell, sons of Mr.and Mrs. J. C. Cald Caldwell,
well, Caldwell, appeared on the society- page of
yesterday's Times-Union.
Mrs. D. C. St
las gone to her
a visit to
Mr. C. C. Stevens of Berlin re
turned toda-fccpm a visit to his
grandson, Ir. EiTiest Rawls, and
family, in Vaclteoajrille. Mr. and
Mrs. Rawls have twoJhandsome boys,
one four and the ybther two years
old, and Grandpa Stevens found
them all well and happy.
The Ladies' HomB arm Foreign
Mission society will meet tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock at the manse.
The subject will be "Home Mis Missions,"
sions," Missions," Mrs. Jack Camp leader.
Miss Mildred Hendricks, a fre frequent
quent frequent pretty visitor of Miss Hester
Dewey, opened the Confederate Ball
ia Jacksonville, Monday, dancing
with Mr. W. T. Caffrey. Miss Hen Hendricks
dricks Hendricks wore a beautiful frock of

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Thnesota to pa?c

white satin with tunic and waist of
emerald green chiffon trimmed with
pearl bandings and her flowers were
a corsage bouquet of white roses.
Auction for Mrs. Haley
One of the loveliest of the very
informal affairs of the week was the
auction given this afternoon by Mrs.
C. W. Hunter, honoring her house
guest, Mrs. DeWitt Greenwood Ha Haley
ley Haley of Jacksonville. Mrs. Haley was
before her marriage Miss Annie Mix Mix-on,
on, Mix-on, one of Ocala's attractive society
girls, and invited to enjoy the after afternoon
noon afternoon over the auction tables with
her were fourteen special friends.
The large living room i where the
four tables were placed contained
vases of gorgeous roses and carna carnations.
tions. carnations. The games were played with
enthusiasm and the trophies of the
afternoon were boxes of pretty cor correspondence
respondence correspondence cards.
After the games the guests were
seated around the dining room ta table,
ble, table, exquisite in its appointments.
The center attraction was a vase of
carnations resting on a reflector and
the table was laid with crochet mats.
A delicious salad course, with cof coffee
fee coffee was served and the half hour

around the festive board was great-
j enjoyed
, there, en route to Gainesville from
Lynchburg, Va., where they were
married today, Mrs. Walker being
Miss Lucy Hagood, Ford, and niece
of Mrs. Hagood.
Miss Alma Glenn and-grandmother
Mrs Armstronk, left yesterday for
Clearwater after a several days' visit
in the city at the home of Mrs T M
'Mrs. G. E. Yancey and daughter.
, Mary Eiizabeth, returned today from
ia brief visit af Candler with Mr. and
Mrs John Mathews.
r- Jl tr T7 I TT
jit. ttuu .uib. r reuencR nociter oi
The W. C. T. U. will give a silver
tea at the Methodist parsonage Fri Friday
day Friday afternoon, from 3 until 5 o'clock.
A fine program will be rendered in
connection with the tea. The public
is cordially invite dto attend.
Mrs. Whitney returned to her
home at Orange Lake this afternoon
after a two days' visit with Mrs. J.
H. McCIymonds.
Mrs. E. P. Rentz has gone to Ar Arcadia
cadia Arcadia to visit her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Rentz.
The readers of the Tampa Tribune
learn- with deep regret that its gift gift-ed
ed gift-ed society editor, Mrs. Pauline
Browne Hazen, has sent in her res resignation
ignation resignation to take effect the first of
Miss Melvine Burts is enjoying a
visit from Miss Legie Blitch of
Ocala. Tampa Tribune.
Hear the Maud Powell records at
our store next to O. K. Teapot Groc Grocery
ery Grocery Co. A. M. Lansford, l-17-7t

Some Tape
around a punctured tire is all right
ifthe tape is all right. Ours is be because
cause because it has been proven so time and
again. So is all of our auto supplies.
We would be foolish to offer you
those which would drive your custom
elsewhere after the first trial. It's
;o our interest to sell you dependable
supplies and to your advantage to
)ur them.
Luckie's Garage
17 N. Main Street.


The home of Rev. and Mrs. C. E.
Albertson "Pleasant Hills," was the
scene of a very pretty welding Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Jan. ISth, when their daughter,
Miss Winnie Flora, was united in
marriage to Mr. Thomas Kelsey, of
Stanton, Fla.
Preceding the ceremony, "O,
Promise Me," was very effectively
rendered by Miss Irene Dickinson.
At ten o'clock, to the strains of Loh Lohengrin's
engrin's Lohengrin's Wedding Chorus, played by
the bride's cousin. Miss Millie Frank Franklin,
lin, Franklin, of Barstow, 111., Mrs. C. B. Siler,
matron of honor a sister of the
bride, led the bridal party into the
parlor which was beautifully deco decorated
rated decorated in green and white for the oc occasion,
casion, occasion, where they took their places
under a canopy from which .was sus suspended
pended suspended a wedding bell of white.
The bride was attended by her
twin sister, Miss Minnie, as maid of
honor, and two bridesmaids, Miss
Mattie, a sister, and Miss Daisy, a
Mr. "Wallace Kelsey, Mr. Alton
Coggin and Mr. Milton Albertson, at attending
tending attending as best man and groomsmen.
Rev. G. V. Albertson) uncle of the
bride, read the beautiful and impres impressive
sive impressive ceremony which united the hap happy
py happy pair in the bonds of holy matri matrimony.
mony. matrimony.
After the many and sincere con congratulations
gratulations congratulations of all the guests, the
party, led by the minister, repaired
to the dining room, tastifully deco decorated,
rated, decorated, the color scheme being pink
and white, where a. bountiful two
course breakfast was served.
The little bride was daintily
gowned in soft white messaline under
chiffon- and shadow lace. Her tiny
white satin slippers peeped from be beneath
neath beneath the fclds of her gown like the
fragrant white orange blossoms,
which peeped thru the soft green of
the bridal wreath from which the
veil fell in graceful folds. She car
ried a shower bouquet of bridal
roses,, ferns and smilax. The groom
was attired in conventional black.
Miss Minnie and Miss Daisy wore
gowns of cream shalcw lace, and
Miss Mattie wore blue eilk. The
matron of honor wore white crepe
over yellow.
During the breakfast the young
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf

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people ook great pleasure in deco
iu':ing the car in which the youn
people took for St. Augustine, where
they will spend their honeymoon.
They were the recipients. of many
beautiful presents. V
Those present were Rev. and Mrs.
E. C. Albertson, Mrs. R. A. Kelsey, of
Stanton, Mr. and Mrs. Van Kelsey
rni daughter, Marguerite, of Stan-,
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Kelsey
and daughter, Winona, of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Mrs. Evans of Lakeland, Mrs.
Bishop, Mrs. C. B. Siler and sons,
Homer and. Orville of. Sedgwick
Kan,, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Franklin
of Barstow, 111., Mr. George Triplett
and Mrs. Harriett Drake of Rome
Citj-, Ind., Mrs. Eleanor Simpson,
Mr. J. M. Douglas, the Misses Mat Mat-tie
tie Mat-tie Albertson of Sedgwick, Kans.,
Minnie Albertson, Daisy Albertson
of DeLahd, Fla., Millie Franklin of
Barstow, 111., Willard Bishop, Lucy
Tid well, Annie B. Lee, Ruth Dickin Dickinson,
son, Dickinson, Irene Dickinson, Grace Simpson,
Myrt.Ie Hickey, Messrs. Milton Al Albertson,
bertson, Albertson, Walter. Albertson, Ralph
O'Dell, John Bishop, Reuben Bishop,
Alton Coggin and Paul Schmii.
The young people rejoice over the
fact that they are not losing these
popular young folks from their cir circle,
cle, circle, as they will be at home to their
friends after February 1st at Stan Stan-ten,
ten, Stan-ten, Florida. A Guest.
. :
Three to four furnished rooms, or
a small cottage wanted, Address M.
Star office. dly 6t
Owing to the fact that our nc ilk
supply has been cut down so that we
will not have a sufficient quantity
for our dispensing purposes, we will
not be able to fill any orders for
either pints or quarts.
This applies to all.
Gerig's Drug Store.
Mrs. R. B. Starbuck will teach the
principles of crochet and knitting,
on Thursday and Saturday after afternoons.
noons. afternoons. Terms, 25 cents, from 1:30
to 4 o'clock. 409 Oklawaha avenue.
1-19 6t
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
31erchants Block, Ocala

Makes us


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Gome try
them, they
, "Surpass

; Fr;io2ic3a.

"f. Ask your, neighbor, friend, wife,
sweetheart or even a stranger, about
this candy; alsolately the best In the
world. To be had only at the Court
Pharmacy. 1-10-tf
f .A -Partridge-Woodrow Company
f"1:' Selling Agents
Merchant's Block. Ocala 1-13-tf
WANTED -Three or. four rooms
forl pght housekeeping. Apply to X,
Star office. ', 1-16-61
ST'" r ; ;
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in .Yonge's Hall
on the; tiecond Thursday evening of
Chat ly Sage, Secretary Ad
Why not resolve to get even with
tne won a Dy paying your dehtsT
ID you ever stop to think
how' wonderful it is that
simply a man's name means
the finest confectionery in
the world.
No need to mention even "candy
when you .want the best Just
That we are the HUYLERS Store
of Ocala would vouch for our high
standard In .other lines, even If we
had not our "20 years of quality"
behind us.
Our stock offers all the most de desired
sired desired Confections and many novelties.
A box Is the key to delight where where-ever
ever where-ever you're going always appreci appreciated,
ated, appreciated, always acceptable. Take a
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olo mr ocaum. rntcK. uasc rc3. i.oo.
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If you want to laugh yourself to
death, come and see Mrs. Spurlin as
"Little Annie" in a dialect play at
the Oklawaha school house Friday
night, Jan. 23. This play is written
and staged by Mrs. E. A. Revels,
principal of the Oklawaha school.
Come early and enjoy the fun. Ad Admission
mission Admission 25 cents; 5 cents for child children.
ren. children. 7:30 o'clock Friday evening,
Jan. 23rd, at Oklawaha, Fla.

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Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
.Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf


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Dr. King's New. Discovery is known
everywhere as a remedy which will
surely stop a cough pr cold. D. P.
Lawson, of Edison, Tenn., whites:
"Dr. King's New Discovery Is the
most wonderful cough, cold and
throat medicine 1 have ever sold in
my store. It can't be beat. It sells
without any trouble at all. It needs
no guarantee." This is true, because
Dr. King's New Discovery will re relieve
lieve relieve the most obstinate of coughs
and colds. Lung trouble quickly
helped by its use. You should keep
a bottle in the house at all times for
all members of the family. 50c. and
$1. All druggists or by mail, K. E.
Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia or St.
Louis. Adv
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M. meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each moith at
7:30 o'clock, until further notice.
Baxter Carn, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad



(Continued from First Page)

the facts by which both the public
mind and the managers of great bus business
iness business undertakings should be guided,
and as an Instrumentality for doing
justice to business where the pro processes
cesses processes of the courts, or the natural
forces of correction outside the
courts are Inadequate to ; adjust the
remedy to the wrong in a way that
will meet all the equities and circum circumstances
stances circumstances of the case.
"Inasmuch as our object Is to meet
business half way in its processes of
self correction and disturb Itslegis Itslegis-lative
lative Itslegis-lative course as little as possible,' we
ought to seef to it that penalties and
punishments should fall, not" upon
business itself, but upon the individ individuals
uals individuals who use Jhe instrumentalities of
business to do things which public
policy and. sound business practice
condemn. These should be held in individually
dividually individually responsible and the punsh-

ment should fall upon them, not upon!


London, Jan. 21. Lord Strath Strath-cona
cona Strath-cona of Mount Royal, high commis commissioner
sioner commissioner for Canada, died at 1:55
o'clock yesterday. Lord Strathcona's
life spanned nearly a century and hi3
active career a full three-quarters.
From his eighteenth year when, as
Donald Smith, a sturdy Scot, he sail sailed
ed sailed for Canada, to this ninety-fourth
year which would have been com completed
pleted completed next August,' he lived up to
his maximum of work.


Lake Weir, Jan. 20. Rev. Dit Dit-mar
mar Dit-mar of Maryland will hold services
at the school house on next Sunday
morning at 11 o'clock.
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow ; of Ocala Is
spending a few days with Mrs. H. W.
Henry Jr. ,.-
Mrs. Olevia Trout of Staunton,
Va., arrived last week to spend three
months" with her sister, Mrs. H. W.
Henry Sr. '.. :-
Mr. Richard Volkman has the

: the :
iOcala House Cafei

Regular Dinner
112 to 2:30 ',
Sunday Dinner :
12 to 2:30 J
A la Carte Service 5 a. m. to

.... a

High Class Cuisine,
Prompt Service,
, Reasonable Prices.

the business organizations of whichIumbr on the ground to build a flve

i uum luiiagc iiuuuug iuc ia&c .111.
Robert Marshall and Mr. Price have

Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Mercliant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf


Who wants to take-salts, or castor
oil, when there is nothing better
than Dr. King's New Life Pills for
all bowel troubles. They act gently
and naturally on the stomach and
liver, stimulate and regulate the
bowels and tone up the entire sys system.
tem. system. Price 25 cents. At all drug druggists.
gists. druggists. H. E. Bucklen & Co., Philn-

j, delphia or St. Louis. Adv

Under the new primary law, every man in
Marion County, if tie is to vote in any of the
elections, must go in person to the registration
officer and register.
Though you have been registered and vot voting
ing voting for 20 years, you must register again in the
new books. Mr. D. M. Barco, the registration
officer, will be in his office in the court house,
every day from Monday noon to Saturday noon
of each week from now till



to register you. Do not put the matter off.

M 1 Rfowi

After, the Above Date, if you-' Have
Mot Registered, You Cannot


they make illegal use. It should be
one of the main objects of our legisla legislation
tion legislation to divest such persons of their
corporate cloak and deal with them
as with those who do not represent
their corporations, but merely by de deliberate
liberate deliberate Intentions break the law.
"Other questions remain which will
need very thoughtful and practical
treatment. Enterprises, in thes-3 mod mod-edn
edn mod-edn days of great individual fortune,

are oftentimes interlocked, by the fact

the contract and expect to finish it
in' ninety days.
Mrs. S. P. Carson t of Nashville,
Tenn., arrived Monday evening to
spend the remainder of the winter
at her cottage on the lake.
Mr. I. T. Nixon 'and family of
Ocala are occupying one of Mr, Jno.
TV- Lewis cottages.
Miss Irene Miller of Levon has

that tho frrAAtpr nart nf tripir

son or group of persons who are in?

somo iTay intimately related in in

leresu. are itgreeu, i ukw it, wm j

! tr.annfii o f f Vi HVIawaha orVi rvrvl

I WMVUi UW VAV xa v a U aj A-A A f

j which has an enrollment of forty-

five pupils.

The ninth grade pupils of the

a v. 1 a 1 : 1 1

lioldltig compai 'ts should be i r-lin 1 x

Rod, bat what of the controlling pri-:' 71 V

. i jj 4,i i'.cuse on rnaay nigni lor me oen-
vate cwner?hip of individuals or at-

UflJiy f'o iJJJei ill. i u giuup uii ;mi'i i

Mrs. H. W. Henry and daughters,
Eloise and Catherine, Mrs. Kate

I Clements, Mrs. E. A. Revels and

pals Shah thn private owaci3 cf

capital 'stork r; suffered to be f.i2"i-
qoIvoq in affect Vinljif-nc rnmnanip?7

u..v.u !.. ,! y-i

. Jiiss .Miriam Connor spent aaiuraay
Shall we require the owners of stock,
. ".' iu Ocala shopping and attended
when their voting power in several 1

companies which ought to be inde independent
pendent independent of one another would consti-

; Polly of the Circus

Mrs. Richard Volkman received a
telegram from. Torrington, Conn.,
this morning 6tating that her mother,
Mrs. Bickle, was critically ill. Mrs.

Volkman left on the noon train. Mr.

and Mrs. Bickle spent several win winters
ters winters on Lake Weir and made many
friends while here who are sorry to
learn of her illness and hope to hear
of her speedy recovery.

tute actual .control, to make election
in which of them 'will they exercise
their. right to vote? This question" I

venture tor your consideration. i

"There is another matter in which
imperative considerations of justice
and fair play suggest thoughtful rem remedial
edial remedial action. Not only do. many of
the combinations affected or sought

to be effected in the industrial world ij sEABOARD Ain irNE SCHEDULE

workman injustice upon the public in i



: Proprietor I
Entrance on Main street and
J from Hotel Lobby. V ?


The Blesch Barber Shop has

30 w moved from the Thomp-

son Building to the new and
elegant appointed quarters In

X the Harrington Hall- Hotel,
where the best of service a-
. waits our old as well as new
: ."
& patrons.
i v.-v.-

general; they also directly and se seriously
riously seriously Injure the individuals who are
put out of business in one unfair way
or 'another by the many dislodging

and exterminating forces pf combina- j
tion. I hope that we shall agree In;

giving private individuals who claim
to have been injured by these process processes
es processes the right to found their suits for
redress upon the facts and judgments
proved and entered in suits by the
government where the government
has upon itsown Initiative sued the

combinations complained of and won

its suit, and that the statutte of lim limitations
itations limitations shall be suffered to run

against such f litigants only from the-

date of. the conclusion of the govern government's
ment's government's action.
"I have laid the case before you,
no doubt as it lies in your own mind,
as it lies in the thought of the coun country.
try. country. What must every candid man
say of the suggestions I have laid
before you, of the plain obligations
of which I have reminded you? That
these things are new things for which
the country, is not prepared? No;
but that they are old things, now. fa familiar,
miliar, familiar, and must be undertaken if we
are to square our laws with the

No. 1, local leaves Jacksonville

1 9 : 30 p. m.; arrives Ocala 1:40 a
m.; arrives Tampa 6:30 a. m.

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9:30 a. m.; arrives Ocala 1:05 p. m.;
arrives Tampa 5:40 p. m.
No. 9 limited leaves Jacksonville
11:0 a. m.; arrives Ocala 2:30 p.
m.; arrives Tampa 6 p. m.
-,- Northbound,
No. 2. local leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
arrives Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 local leaves Tampa 8 a. m.;
arrives Ocala, 12:01 a. m.; leaves
Ocala 12:16 p. m. arrives Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 4:20 p. m.
No. 10 limited leaves Tampa I p.
m.; arrives Ocala 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Jacksonville 7:30 p. m.

Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
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The undersigned, J. M. Thomas,

thought and desire of the country, j as trustee in bankruptcy of the es es-Until
Until es-Until these things are done, conscien- hates of E. P. Rentz and E. P.-Rentz

tious business men the country over & Sons, hereby gives, notice that
will be unsatisfied. They are in these pursuant to an order made on the

things our mentors and colleagues.
We are now about to write the addi additional
tional additional articles of our constitution of

14th day of January, 1914, by the
Hen. Chas. S. Adams, referee in
bankruptcy, in the matter of L. P.

peace, the peace that is honor and; Rentz & Sons, bankrupts, pending in

freedom and prosperity.'

the United States District Court for


Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock( In
Yonge's Hall, Fort King avenue. Vis Visitors
itors Visitors in the city Invited to be with as
H. D. Stokes, N. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary. Adv.

the Southern District of Florida, he

will on
Thursday, January 29thf 1914
at 10 o'clock a. m., at the sales sta stables
bles stables of H. J. Nichols, on Broadway
street, in the city of Ocala, Marlon
county; Florida, offer for sate and
sell to the highest and best bidder
for cash, the following described
property, to-wit: Four mules, two
double turpentine wagons, two bug-

OPEN ALL NIGHT jgies and harness for the above, or so

The Merchant's Cafe is a first classy much thereof a3 may remain unsold

place to take your meals. Open night jnt that time. Said property may be
and day. J. R. Dewey, proprie- inspected at" Silver Springs, and may



1 e purchased at private sale from the

undersigned, all" sales hereunder to

The small tumbler is responsible fce subject to confirmation of the
for many of the slips attributed to court. J. M. THOMAS,
the cup. Trustee in Bankruptcy of E. P.

Coming South?
For sale 50 improved farms,
10 to 600 acres, northern
Marion County, Florida. Al Also
so Also 2,000 acres cut-over land;
well located; fine truck and
orange section. Write for
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Fine steamers; best service; low
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Carpenter and Builder
Careful Estimates Mado on AH Con
trct Work. Give3 more and brfttci
work for the mo.'iev than ny othe
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Rentz and E. P. Rentz & Sons,
I ankrjpts. 1-17-1H dly

is a marvelous household remedy.

It cures craiup colic instantly. Cor Corrects
rects Corrects nauseated stomach, heals cuts,
wounds and sores on the surface of
the body and destroys germs in the
sick room. It i3 used internally and
externally. Sold by all druggists Ad

Don't Mistake the Cause of Your
Troubles )
Many people -never suspect their
kidneys. If suffering from a lame,
weak or aching back they think that
it is only a muscular weakness; when
urinary trouble sets in they think it
will soon correct itself." And so it is
with all the other symptoms 'of kid kidney
ney kidney disorders. That is where the dan danger
ger danger often lies. You should realize'
that these troubles often lead to
dropsy or Bright's disease. An effec effective
tive effective remedy for weak or diseased

kidneys is Doan's Kidney Pills. Resi Residents
dents Residents of this 'vicinity are constantly
P. Y. Smith, 12 0G Alachua Ave.,
Gainesville, Fla., ays: "One of my
family has been troubled with severe
headaches for years. She complain complained
ed complained a great deal of pain in her back
and was very nervous. Vhen Doan's
Kidney Pills were heard of, she used
theru and in a short time the pains

Price 50c, at all dealers. Do't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Plils the same
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(Continued from Page Five)
A Gap.
1 ADD EN nodded and
Sr tlit money, sayiim:
nb. 1 irut'ss I can fix it
imfeli I know the right doctor.- Bui j
you'l! h.ivt. to kp your traps closed,
"Wili he die V asked Iiingold fearful fearfully,
ly, fearfully, his back still against the door.
"No a chance. Rut if he does he'll
never know who hit him. You see. we
ni, ked him up in theil!ev and brought
him In" I'addeii winked meaningly j
"It happens right along i: this part of (
"Yon chans h ive done me ;i bi fa
vor tonight." said I.o-ke n tittle later, j
wlu. he :u,d C.'. onn,;,nioMs we:es.!fe-
!y Out of the Austrian Village, "and 1 j
won't "forget it either Now. let's tin
I ish the eveuinj; the way we leau it."
Anderson, Ilankin and ItuiTouhs. to
( conceal their nervousness, pleaded
j bodily fatigue, while Authony also de declared
clared declared that he had enjoyed himself
j sufficiently- for one night and intended
i to go home and to bed. "That episode
j rather got on my nerves." he ackuowl
j edged.
j "Mine too." assented Locke. "That's
f why you mustn't leave me. 1 just
won't let you. Remember, yon agreed
to see me off."
! "'S'right. feliows." Hlggins joined
in. "We agreed to put him aboard
and we must do it Don't break up
the party. Kirk." 1
"1 don't want to go home," Uingold
"It's a breach of hospitality to go
home," Uiggins insisted. "Besides,
after my bloody 'ncounter with that
limb of the law I need a stimulant.
You must look after me."
Numbed as they were by the ex excesses
cesses excesses of the evening, it did not take
the young men long to lose all clear
and vivid remembrance of this recent
experience, for the time had come
when nature was offering her last re resistance,
sistance, resistance, and their brains were badly
awhirl. Of ail the four. Jefferson
Locke was the only one who retained
his wits to the fullest a circumstance
that would have proveil him the owner
of a remarkably steady head had it
not been for the fact1 that he had cun cunningly
ningly cunningly substituted: water lor giu eucu
time it came his turn to driuk.
I Dawn found them iu an east side
tenement drinking place frequented by
the lowest classes. Uingold wits slum slumbering
bering slumbering peacefully on a table; Anthony
' had discovered musical talent in the
; bartender i.ul was seated at a batter-
ed piano laboriously experimenting
! with the accompaniment to an Irish
ballad: Uiggins and Locke were taik-
ing earnestly. Locke, as usual, sat
facing the entrance, his eyes watch watch-;
; watch-; ful. his countenance alert. To a sober
' eye it would have been patent that-he
j was laboring under some strong ex ex-;
; ex-; citement. for every dtor that opened
caused him to start, every stranger
that entered made him quake.
"Grandes fellow.' I ever met." Ilig Ilig-;
; Ilig-; gins was saying for the hundredth
. time. "Cot two faults. Anthony: he's
j tuodesht an' he's lazyhe won't work.'
"You and he are good friends, eh?"
1 "Dest ever."
j "Yi'ouKl you like to play a joke on
; him:"
! ".loke? Can't be doie. lie's wises'
guy ever. I've tried it an" always get
the wnrs' of It."
"I'll tell you how we can work it
I've gut a ticket for Central America
in my pocket. The boat sail at 10.
Let's send him down there."
, "Wlui' for?"
! Locke kept his temper with an effort
"To make-a man .of him. We'll 'go
through his clothes, and when he lands
he'll be broke. He'll have to work.
Don't you see?"
I "Xo."r Anthony's friend did uot see.
"He dou't want to go to Central Amer America."
ica." America." he argued. "He's got a new au automobile."
tomobile." automobile." "Cut suppose we got him soused,
went through his pockets and then put
him aboard the boat Ile'd be at sea
by the time he woke up. He couldn't
get back. He'd have to work. Don't
you see? He'd be broke when he land landed
ed landed and have to rustle money to get
back with. I think it's an awful funny
t The undeniable humor of such a sit situation
uation situation finally dawned upon niggins'
' "111 get him full If. you'll help man manage
age manage it" Locke went on. "And here's
the ticket" He tapped his pocket
"Where'd you get It?"
"Bought it yesterday. It's first class
and better, and he'll fit my description.
We're about the same size. Wait"
Locke rose and went to the bar. where
he called Iqudlv for the sineer. Then

when the 'bartender bad deserted the
piano be spoke to Anthony: "Keep it i

. np. old man. You're doing fine."
j For some moments he talked earnest- 1
ly to the man behind the bar. No one
i observed the transfer of another of
; those yellow bills of which he seemed
t to have an unlimited store.
Strangely enough. Mr Jefferson
Locke's plan worked without a hitch, j
Within ten minutes after Kirk An An-j
j An-j thony had taken the drink banded him :
I he declared himself sleepy and rose
from the f iano. only to seek a chair,
into which U nuns: himself heavily.
"It's all rijzht." Lo ke told his drunk
en companion. J"ve uot taxi wait-
ing. We'll leave Rhigofd where he is."
Twenty-four hours later Adelbert
Uiggins un&Hrttk to recall what had
happened to him after he left Mailer's
place on East Fourteenth street, but
his memory was tricky. le recollected j
a vaguely humorous discussion of some
sort with a stranger, the details of j
which were almost entirely missing
Unexpected and occurrences i
made it iruierative for him to ter-
minatebls connection with his college.
as bi;; Marty nfngokl had done earlier
in the day. and begin to pack his be belongings.
longings. belongings. Partly out of deference to
the frantic appeals of his widowed
mother, partly owing to the telephoned
advice of Mr. Michael Padden of Sixth
avenue, who said the injured man had
reeotrnized one of his nssHit.-ints. ho
wokwi passage to .apan ny tne next
reamer out or Vancouver.
tnctiy speaKiny. KirK Anthony did
not awake to a realization of his sur
rounding, but became conscious of
.them through a long process of dull,
dreamy sjecnl:itini. He said to him
"Now. begin all. over again. Kirk
HiiiSd was very drunk. Good! Ev
erything .is clear so far. Next you
were playing a piano with yellow teeth
1? sang something about
3 'Litt!e Brown Cof After that-
l'rf- -vo.
ou must nave been drinking:
Well, let's run through it again."
But his efforts were vain. He could
recall, nothing beyond the piano, so
fell to wondering what hotel this
could be.
"Some. east side joint." he decided,
"and a cheap one. too. from the size of
this stall." He noted another brass
bed close at hand and reasoned that
EUngold or Higgins must have risen
early, leaving him to finish his sleep.
That was considerate, of course. but but-Good
Good but-Good heavens, it must be late! And
he was due to motor to New Haven at
noon! He raised himself suddenly
and was half out of bed when he fell
back with a cry as if an unseen hand
had smitten him. He clapped both
palms to his head, realizing that he
was verj sick indeed. The sensation
was unlike anything he had ever felt
before. His head was splitting, he
felt a frightful nausea, the whole room
was rocking and reeling as if to pitch
him out of bed. It was terrible, so he
arose blindly and felt his way toward
the telephone. Failing to find it be
pushed a button instead, then tumbled
back to bed. He heard the door open
and a voice Inquire:
"Did you ring, sir?"
"An hour ago. Haven't you more
than one bellhop in this place?"
"I'm sorry, sir."
"And I'm sick, mighty sick. I'm go going
ing going to did."
"1 think not, sir. The others are
sick too."
(Continued Tomorrow)
We offer One Hundred dollars re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's "Catarrh
Cure F. J Cheney & Co.
Toledo, Ohio.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
in all business transactions and fin financially
ancially financially able to carry out any obliga obligations
tions obligations made by his firm.
National Bank of Commerce,
Toledo, Ohio.
.Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter internally,
nally, internally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonials sent free. Price 7 5 cts.
per bottle. Sol.1 by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for con constipation.
stipation. constipation. Adv
Part ridge-W'uodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala
Ocala Loage No. 19. Conventions
neld every Monday af 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the Janrs Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to ris
king brothers. Wm. M. Gober, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. R. S. Ad
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala
For frost bitten ears, fingers and
toes; chapped hands and lips, chil chilblains,
blains, chilblains, cold sores, rei and rough
skins, there's nothing to equti" uck uck-len's
len's uck-len's Arnica Salve. Stops the pam at
once and heals quickly. Tn every
home ihere should be a box handy
all the time. Best remedy for all
skin diseases, itching eczema, tetter,
piles, etc. All druggists or by mail.
H. E. Bucklen & Co., Philadelphia,
or St. Loais. Adv
Part ridge- Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala

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Tm jn ji ji 'TnS rm S

Extra large, well rooted trees
of choicest varieties, that will,
if given decent care, return
fine income in a very few
The price is very cheap when
quality is considered.


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Horse strayed from the fair,
grounds on the night of Jan. 16th;
trim, dark blood bay mare; weight
about 900 pounds; about six years
old; scar on inside of right hind leg;
shows a little white on one hind leg
near hoof. Finder will please notify
H. J. Nichols' stables, Ocala, Fla.
1-17-ltw 3t dly
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala
The Texas Wonder cures kidney
and bladder troubles, dissolves grav gravel,
el, gravel, cures diabetes, weak and- lame
backs, rheumatism, and all irregu-
larities ot tne Kianeys ana Diaauer in
both men and women. Regulates
bladder trouble in children. If not
sold by your druggist, will be sent
ty mail on receipt of $1. One small
bottle is two month's treatment, and
seldom fails to perfect a cure. Send
for testimonials from this and other
states. Dr. E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive
St., St. Louis Mo. Soli by druggists.
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
3Ierchant's Block, Ocala
The annual meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of the Mutual Mining Co.,
called by the board of directors, will
te held at the office of the company
in Ocala, Florida, on Tuesday, Jan January
uary January 27th, 1914, at 12 o'clock noon.
George F. Armstrong, President.
Robt. W. Groves, Secretary.
Ocala, Fla. Jan. 13, 1914 1-13-20
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala
Ocala Chapter, No. 23, O. 1$. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Flora Brown, W. M.
Miss Florrie Condon, Sec'y.
Partridge-Woodrow Company
SeUing Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala 1-13-tf

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Action in the Tissues
S. S. S. i3 a Resclar Wizard
t other blood affliction that has left ita lm
press in the joints, muscles and mucous
coverings of the body.. It work3 into the
tissue cells, those tiny, little bodies in
which nutrition goes on. And It is here
that a most remarkable medicine known
! as S. S. doea its most active and most
effective work.
Its 'action is marvelous. Bed-riddc-n
rheumatics get on tieir feet as If by
j magic. That cold, clammy sensation that
j made you hug a red hot stove la gone in
j a twinkling. That excruciating pain that
j made a feather lay as he?vy as a ton cf
coal on the skin Lj gone. You get up and
i dance with glee.
Tour rheumatism Is gone absolutely!
It is an actual logical fact, that Swift's
Sure Specific flushes yoyr blood, gives
your entire blood circulation a fine
thorough bath. It just naturally and In a
twinkling irrigates every atora ia your
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
3Ierchant's Block, Ocala

The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally
Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver,
Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up
the Whole System. For Grown People and Children,
You know what you ar taling when yoa take Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic
as the formula is printed on every label showing that it contains the well known
tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It is as strong as the strongest bittet
tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and Fever,
Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nursing
Mothers and Pale, Sickly Children. Removes Eiltonsness without purging.
Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to action and

j purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete Strengthenef.
No family should be without it. Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean it. 50c

, It'll.

of a Rcmariiabio Antidofo
in Driving Out Rheumatism.
body. It rushes Into every celL caue
every bone, muscle ligament, tendon,
mucous surface and every nerve to thrill
with freedom, with health, with new newfound
found newfound springiness. 4
And best of all, S. S. S. though a pow powerful
erful powerful searching, overwhelming enemy to
pain and the causes of rheumatism is as
pure as the dew on a peach blossom, as
powerful as the heroic works of nature,
as searching as the peremptory demand of
the most exact science,
Ask for and insist upon getting S. S. S.
the world's cure for rheumatism.'
For private, personal advice on stub stubborn
born stubborn chronic rheumatism write at once
to the Swift Specific Co., 203 Swift Build Building,
ing, Building, Atlanta, Ga. Their medical depart department
ment department is famous on all blood diseases, and
is equipped to make personal blood tests.
approved by the highest medical authori authorities.
ties. authorities. Get a bottle of g. S. S. today. Tnea
away goes rheumatism for all time.
Partridge-Woodrow Company
Selling Agents
Merchant's Block, Ocala

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