Volume 14, No. 245.
Mzpde ft. itvvj 'I! itsa and
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He Be MASTERS 00.
Agents in Ocala.
R. D. FULLER,
Oif ice 0;'er .1litiroc & Charnblisir
J. .. k.A, n a .
Ko.,m1 <1, 10 ant l l,
.eco'wi i i or, I,!ollcr Block.
L. F. BLALOCK
Office Over Comaercial Bank
Office Hours-8 to 12 a. m.; itoS p.m
Charles 0. Hulbert, M. D.
Office Second Floor The Munroe and
('hamblis. Bank Building. Ocala.
Telephones: Office, 222: Residence, 221
9-12 a. m., 2-4 p. m.. 7:30-8-. m. m.
W. C. BLANCHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
.0. Box 46.
In Connection With the Hotel Offic*
Skilled workmen and r( ourteous at-
tentlo nto all. Special atterllon to
HOT AND COLD WATER
R. A. DETTERICH. Proorietor
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ri' WN,dCM~iPf JgV 'I DVM
WWEMI W Es
Appointment of Mrs. Carmack as
Postmistress at Columbia, Te.,
Would be as Act of Policy
Washington, Manh :J.-Upmon Post-
master General Hitl h, x'- d.-v:Ives a
decision that prourik.s to have an ef-
fect upon President Taft's prospects
of swinging the South. into the repub-
The question before Mr. Hitchcock
is whether Mrs. Fdward W. Carmack,
widow of the former senator from
Tennessee. prominent democrat, shall
be appointed postmistress at Colum-
A suggestion that this office. which
is vacant should be given to Mrs.
('armack was made to the president
last week by Arch Hughes, of Ten-I
nessee, formerly postmaster at ColWm-
. The president was Impressed. Be-
fore taking action be naturally refer-
ed the case to Mr. Hitcheocck.
A prominent Tennesseean is au-
thority for the statement that if pres-
ident Taft appoints Mrs. Carmack
to the position, which carries a sal-
ary of $2.500 a year. he will make a
political stroke that will win for him
more votes amorg the democrats in
Tennessee than the appointment of a
dozen men like Jacob M. Dickinson,
the new secretary of war. to big po-
sitions in the government.
Mr. Carmack was not a wealthy
man. It is understood that he did not
leave Mrs. Carmack in good eircum-
stances. If she were to be made post-
mistress of Columbia, her comfort
would be assured.
NIGHT ON BALD MOUNTAIN'
on a lonely night Alex. Beaton, of
Fort Edward. N. Y.. climbed Bald
mountain to the home oat a neldbor,
tortured by asthma, bent on curing
him with Dr. King's New Discovery.
that had cured himself of asthma.
This wonderful medicine aoon reliev-
ed and quickly cured his neighbor.
Later it cured his son's wife of a so-
vere lung trouble. Millions believe its
the greatest throat and lung cure on
earth. Coughs, colds, croup, hem-
orrhages and sore lungs are surely
cured by it. Best for hay fever, grip
and whooping cough. Sec. and $1.'
Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all
Pleasant and Sueoeseful Conicet by
the Methodist Ladies
Miss Birdie Bingham. of Dallas,
Texas, is the guest of Mrs. J. R. Wil-
liams, and we are sorry to say Mrs.
Williams has been confined to her
room for several days, but is now Ia-
Mr. Artly Scott and sister, Ethel,
and Miss Etelle Lyles, of Orange
Lake, attended the concert here Fri-
Mr. Charley Mriihal W bala, is
here plastering Mr. Melton's house.
Mr. J. R. Williams and Mr. Crosby
made buslners trips -to Ocala this
The home of Mr. and Mrs J. W.
Melton was made bright and happy
last Thursday night by the arrival of
a baby girl. She has the honor of'
being the only Miss Melton.
Mr. A. M. Lansford of Ocala, the
piano man, placed a handsome piano
in Mrs. C. W. Driver's home last
Thursday. Mr. Lansford did a great
deal of other work tuning In Citra.!
Prof. Hammell visited Silver Springs
Mrs. M. A. Rice and sister, Mrs.
Bull, took a trip down dilver Springs
to Palatka last week.
The Bible meeting wap. held with
Mrs. C. W. Driver last Tuesday night.
The meetings are growing real Inter-
esting. We are taking the normal
Bible training course. Everybody sto
welcome to attend at Mrs. Driver'&s
next Tuesday night.
Mrs. Lucile Steele and granddaugh-
ter, Josie, of Newberry, went up to
Branford Saturday. "
The ladles of the Methodist churehi
gave a concert Friday evening, March
5th at the Citra high school build-
Ing. The stage and house were dec-
orated with lovely green foliage and
white flowers, whleh added much to
the occasion. The program coMisted
of old-time songs and music, which
was as follows:
Song, "Flow Gently Sweet Afton"--
Mrs. R. C. Douglass, Mrs. A. L. Doug.
lass. E. 'L Wartmaan. David Barou,
J. B. Borland, 8. T. Hamey, S. T._
Carswell, R. M. Williams, Jennie
Duet. "Juannt"'-Mrs. Albert Doug-
lass and Miss Jennie Grinier.
Solo. selected, by Mrs. R. C. DougFO
Music, violin, by Miss Pansy Souter.
accompanied 'by Miss May Borland on
Song. "Listen to the Mocking Bird"
Duel. "Far Away"--Mrs. Ramey and
Song, "Soft Music is Stealing"-
Solo, "Silver Threads Among the
Gold"-Mrs. R. M. Williams.
Music, violin, by Miss Soater.
Mrs. J. Clark Gril*d presided at
the organ and assisted ina the singing.
Everything was a grand s ess and
we wish especially to mention Mrs.
Douglas"s' and Mrs. Williams' solo.
They will be long remembered. Also
a r-nrd for hMI< a
TWO STEAMERS COL' IDE
Chatham. Mass 1.-The stealiers
Horatio Hall of the Maine Steamship
company, from Portland for New York
and H. F. Dimock of the- Metropoli-
tan Line. from New York for Boston.
met in the middle of the narrow
channel known as Pollock Rip Slue,
yesterday with a crash that sent the
'Hall to the bottom within half an
hour and caused the Dimock to run
ashore six hours later on Cape Cod
beach where the passengers and
crew of the Hall were landed unharm-
State of Ohio, City of Toledo.
Lucas County. us.
"Prank J. Cheney makes oath that
he to senior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, county and state afore-
said, and that said firm will pay the
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for each and every case of Catarrh
that cannot be cured by the use of
Hairs Catarrh Cure.
Frank I. Cheney.
Sworn to before me and subscribed
In my presence, this 6th day of De-
cember, A. D. 18M.I
A. W. Gleason, Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter-
nally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
P. J. Cheney & Co, Toledo. 0.
Sold by all druggists. 75c. Taket
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
State and county tax books will
close March 31st Save costs by
paying your taxes before above
dates. Do not forget to bring a cor-
rect description of your property.
E. L. Carney, Tax Collector.
We have a large supply of fresh.
guaranteed melon, cantaloupe and gar-
den seeds of all kinds for the spring
planting. See us before buying your
supply. Tydings and Co.
Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure
any ease of kidney or bladder trouble
hat is not beyond the reach of medi-
cine. Cures backache and irregu-
larities that if neglected might result
in Bright's disease or diabetes. Sold
by all druggists.
Piescriptiont filled accurately and
delivered by the Postoffice Drugstore.
Opens into the lobby of
Offers the very best service of
skilled workmen with modern ap-
pliances. Strictly sanitary. Elec-
tric fans, electric massages.
Id o I fl WaterAt al Tmes
'VINCENT C. OETTERICH, Manager.
C. J. PHILLIPS
CoamiCurf and Bafdei.
Plans and Speeifications Furnished
S29South r MfdSt.
Ocal. Fh. Phone 130
4IdYER & MACKAY
U1u- a11rsid Em batam-5fs.
6. ,IM6WVER ALFRED IL OWEN
SAU Wwrk Done by Licensed Em-
bemners and Futly Guaranteed.
City horses boarded by the month.
or boarded and cared for if desired
Horses fed also by day or meal.
Horse and all domestic animals
treated. Thoroughly 9qulpped for
performing any operation.
eientine horseshoeing done.
L P. GIlANT, S.
Day Pihme VH NiohtM PheI 1g
Baggage Car on the Smemar Air UnLi
Burned an tme RM 0 -olesm'
Wildweead and Orlande
Tavares. Pla.. March 11.-The spec-
tacle of a train rushing throb the
country, with the baggage ear aginae,
startled the natives aiongothe Orlan-
do division of the Seaboard late last
The Seaboard passenger train due
here at 9 o'clock was late because the
train was held over at Ellsworth, while
the baggage car was sidetracked and
allowed to burn.
The car. which consisted of a com-
bination baggage compartment and:
c(l.,r'-d coach, caught fire In the bag-
gage compartment when a lamp ex-
ploded. The engineer crowded em all
steam and six miles were made at
hlgh pressure, so that the sidingadht
be reached and the car tracked where
it would not "block the aala line.
The negroes were locked in the
coach to prevent their leaping from
the (rain, the conductor sting with
them. The car was sidetracked at
Ellsworth. The baggage could not be
reached. It was all burnae.
is out of order. Tom go to bed In a
bad humor and get ap with a bad taste
In your mouth. You want something
to stimulate your. iver. Just try
Herbine, the liver. regulatarc A posd-
tive cure for constipatio.
and all liver coatspPlht Mhit.--, ft.
Worth, Texas, writes;: "ve, ise
iferbine in my famIly for
Words can't expresp what I tiab,
about it. Everybody ia my Jaiha M bM
Is happy and well. and we owe It to
Herbine." Sold by the AntIMepopoly
p~abifloridg te ov *
In the "We DOW* assh
not "adlfy the.sses
w eak asrmhr ft
der or rheunatic trouble. $91
months' treatment. Sold by druggal -...
or by mall. Send for testimonials. t1'.' '
E. W. Hall, 2926 Olive street, 85tU ....
-. We hare'ipr nfr 4 ^aimmit^- W.
a line of Panama haf. TV newest n u t
styles and a good range of price ..: c -t.
Shapes seated 85 et-r-- mU4I""l_
D e i -3 "
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On Friday of last week ftet he -.a
ful grove of oaks known a the chmas
tauqua grounds at erteda *as -t :
scene of a jolly p contge. A at -
Lakeside Hotel guests r '
dents of Weirsdale and LAut
W, ir went across the lake I idbe-l
and spent the day lshlng. 3& t matl" -
eating (prlcipally esatgyi ShW aI ,
dies superintended .the nl hou, whWI
when ready to be served. Oe8 ketextr
covered one of the long tearls, ond
was as fine an amay r. nd. .... e-.,
salals. meats, roast fowls ,ig,,-
made pastry as any one eMt
to. Mrs. Schnitaler bad amsa u .-s .. .
a ten-gallon feee' r-o eeae.
led cream. The party a ty te aere, :o :aB
the lake about 8:3 a.. and M. -
Bickley carried twelve e f t nm j...In b "i",
launch and several other's fve row.-
boats. which he towed Ifiltd theft -
launch. The procession of- atn a leJ*
ed for all the' world a young
squadron, and caused qte a IIttl..
excitement among the cottaer s it
passed around the lake. The majority
of fhe party remained until the mo n . .
arose and had a delightful sai bak
across the lake. Those who .attended
were the families of a. oftmtere -
Win. Bickley, ra. B ckley.and dagh. b
ter. C. W. Willard and family, Milton
Carnahan and family, Mr. sad ntra.
Stafford, Mrs. Miller Jones daghter
and sons. Henry and William, a party
of eight Lakeside Hotel W ge Rev.
Mr. Jones and family, Mr. Ca a OM
Miss Tillie Pasteur and Mr. b est
Lytle of Stanton. Ia the a ftern
Mrs. Henry and a party of ladles oomls
Weir Park joined the pl"eticke t
Mr. R.w W. Pryor, a guest at Hotel
Lakeside. broke" the reeo 0 .me dmay,
last week 'by making th e largest-
catch of the season. His trophy wa*a
a black bass tigiping the scales at nae
pounds and two ounces, and It was,
certainly a catch to be ..roc at.
The friends of Mr. ad Mfs. GA .
D. Thompson. of Connecticut, who
have spent several winters at*:Ake
Weir. will be sorry to learn of the
sudden death of their son, Harry
Thompson. He was a very bright -
young man of 21, and his loss is deep .ll, .... ;-,
ly felt by his parents and many
Mrs. Willard and Miss Grace Will- 4 .O--.
ard, Mr. Wmr. Blekley and "Mr. Fredw .,',"""
erick Haskell were visitors Ina O c a
Saturday, trying to do a week's a op-
ping In two be rs.
The ladies South Lake@-WelrW,1
gave an enjoyable social on the faotf W
Lake Wei rchooi aO. a m ?hut
eervnng of last week. A pleaalg e-
tertainment was given, after wlMeh a
were cordial c WIvited to partake or'
the generous Vwpper which wa sme-
ed In the ante-room. The program of -,1
the entertainment was as fommllows:
Vocal duet, 'Baracoile"-Miss fthel
and Miss Clara Ca konahm. "
Vocal solo..Llgbtt se. by the Sese
Song. "Thinklng"---MIss Carrie Ad-
Song, "Love Me and the World Is -
Mine"-Mr. Frank Adams.
Recitation: "A Cabin Fantasy0-
Mwster Earl Reed.
Goodntgbt:-MI Grace Wllard.
Song. "Bonalnie Sweet Bessie"-Mr.
Mr. Morrison, of Starke's F rry, was .
a caller in Weirsdale Wednesday.
It Is reported that the b ideat .
will make croeasing iiposlble for a 'A
week or two at least.
Master Henry Jones was a caller In Dr,. a
new pair of wery sporty kha&k trm-
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I C' f- L-2 A f% 9
EVENIG STA FLORIDA HEAD CAMP oWIRMONTUEMT
EVENING TA WOODMEN OF THE WORLD 0m TO ANDERAONVILLE
C. L. ittia n Crw, Tanmpa, March 12-Te.earday fore- Atlanta, March 12.-By a vote of :
mtoon at te meeting of Pald M Hmd 12 to 7T*the Georgia ivisn of the li 4
dtor a-Pbl Camp. Woodmen of the WorMd, OMs- Uiated ,Dugbteru of the Cambederacy
C- L; TL Edfiter IMon V. heldin tfraternity hul t11 y1teray dSTdeced Aadersvilkla M Os PiCt22 AaI
doC. the followlg officers were dlct- the leation for them "l w-pt to C0p-
*e" ed to serve for the e.snauf t ~ y g: tabt Winr having eastler a the day aandI
R. R. CARROLL, SiaseAe M W Mack Town, of Tamp, head reladed its ftmrnr sCtion In votige
consul commander; Dr. T. 3. ader- the M -w--nt to BSrhoW Va.L
LOU J. L -AUCHAMP son. hhead adylsorw: L Sm. Y ted The 2nal decilion to eret the shaft
LOU J. EAUCWHAMP banker; J. B. Davis, head defkt. f- eo the site of the pr where Cap.
r t Pe' t ee Tucker. ha d escort; Ctseks S Wirs, C. A., was cosnt daur- ..
b e rs a thought Noble, head watchman; LAb John-I3 lag the civil war, wam res .elvb w
adien~ e Into A e g paint is never son, head sentineL a.ter a Wag sa" stamySaO &.
in felt-h wrinkle. A t wtha r Miaml was chosen as the aploe Sor STheY voe stoo an MSles Ader- 7
felt-somhow h It with a story. h.o meet r be held s e..; es, ; Amw
and the Istem al t the second Tesday n Mar, 11. f. Ths dads a mtter wMA i aus-* DOORS OPEN AT 7:3 P. M
Sst sory just far t- he oe4ksG Ia .-
alway a medicine sweetener-nd he MORE ARR-.S the dagters in e state.
who can play a soesmftl mak-e-be- ~~~~ NEW PICTURES V Y Ol llll
lieve game tat itin Is sugar. and lAst evening Ellas Go~*R. the NOTICE TO PEOPLE OF OCALA m
bly o. We have many teacher who t and b to the ott It i the wish of the sanitary com- P r Ths E A the ..: -
teach readers how to read. Would not a ed to have been m te mittee of the city council to keep MUSIC--Orhestra As es i at
a school for teaching lecturers how to shooting of Monroefs wood dsM1 In Ocala In a thorough sanitary condition the wt
ctu be just as valuable? Beau- his store several weeks o and th possible at all ties, but especially A Disastros FlirtatiMe
camp could co tortably fill the chair motin Henry Stewart w as a essprtsed adt- ,months, Tum r K" ga 53 iS -I"
'and brought to Jald, but theirfriends8 anl ao t i t T"e Troubles of Kig Seate-si ns
of 'How to P *u.,-Zdward a. Ear- termed and they were let at people of ta a th e e tMis w .ale a ab
Mr. Beauchamp wil give one of his U *"bon&.0. uS ary iMP.0 hsB oee 1- o-i
Inimitable lectures at the armory next C. CarmIichat W. 5. 'Nuts aM 1 rced to eorse all laws pretfmO"g The u, E . WhS.
Thursday evening. Holders of lyceum W. Gooltby wett on the bond. to uthis rtmen andw ask eaty
tickets will please sit up and take no- one to report to the Inspector or chair- Jimi s Very UfAo f1 F 't
tie. The Tampa Foundry .and Machine man of the committee any Irregularl- MUI
Works have closed a contract with ties or non-compliance with ordinances MUSI"-Ciwtea
HOW ORLAND DOES THINGS the Holder Phosphate Co. of this when same wi be promptly acted on. TWO PERFORMANCES EVERY lls hih
place to build them a dr e, the cost R T. WOlvento. PERFORMANCES Epha s e odo
Taking them all through there was of whMeh will amut toractlly C. Jones. NIGHT m the o
considerable money and a deal of la- $265.0. Work oa the edge has o* T. B. Snyder. Lke the rift sla le o r t
bor. We are not In a position to state menced, and an early compl0on of ADMISWON 10 AND 6 CENTS M t h l
exactly the coat but perhaps It would It is expected. The dredge will be a UER HOUSE --- L *
be safe to say that in addition to the complete affair in every particularEAVENOO TUCK
$4,000 used to advertise these event carylnl a dipper the dimenain on a _ ", _._:_ _. -_ _-.___
and the town by the advertising com- which will be onit and a h bf yards Oe of OflaW's beet boarding houses. l
wmttee aat the utauqt w h will ve an llt h E yowant mh go to eat andW R .
omewher ,ao 1* th capacity. ItWid be smlar o e w el Weilated ro to s wep
games $500, the races ,00. the auto than the state &see las d lbut will s; bath room, both city and well wa- We have thelttshop In .twWw abshe i401ft
parade 1500 and the water carnival be completely t out as the sa tr. Fr particulars call on or ad- oats for ms i rSe S
$C0 or oe. orunnto towmoue l e. M1rs. LaSuer, No. K North Mainl g r bel" OdSS.e 1120 44 lI Vl A. V -
$300 or more, according to how much dbedsgea.-'Cilatt ou s brim tufl
Illuminating there may be done. Thus o i blakb bsthl and right date. in T t
$10,300 was spent by the people of Or- We have a splendid light-welht g vel a right,,.up dat b ? e
SurelyfOr It cannot be aid that the and shape. Also straw hats to suit "hw b .t w t -
t h l fn almost any fancy. The H. E Masters The Globe has secured the agency
Now. what ha been gained by It ll? Company. at n Oo C A.S T O R IA dp3 .0-0f.4 $.* |
Is It good money thrown away, or will l t wn414so-. ,'-.,
It return after a reasonable number WANTED-A middle d. weas n c U 4 W f be mt wwagon
of lays? of neat appearance sad good car-
This depends altogether on whether acter to cook and do geeralem- b Ee tbLECTION OF OFFiCERSipoT o e o1 om- b t to
we propose to keep at It or let It drop. work. Good wales anM hosa to the FOR HO rIAL ASIOCIATION a. .---,
If this year is an Indication of what right perso. Answer by mall, sta anti tht-e m t e '
we will provide for our guests next i salary expected am aceompljsh- The annual meeting of the Marion 3m-Uk.1i Ok, thethsU & is
wter, we shall have the test en. C. y, Port t County Hospital Assocaton for the S twe o : iZv-4
year In the history of Orlando-Or- Ida. 3-o-tt election of officers will be held at 4:30 Aand Oth p Ai M. oia a
thedo Reporter-Star. wiek Dap m. March 13, 1114t at the hospital.Hmat- tt HEI^i; ,. _
The Orlando Reporter-Star is ag- lGeo. Giles & Co. are the velvet bean All contributing members are urged ed Cross Plasters for la ese bee M sea iad hum w -
tating a county fair. Says it won't kings of Florida. They have sompe- to be plesent to hear reports of o0. 25c. at the PostU0rA Drugstore. t b .
be prigish In the matter and i an- thing like 00 bushels In store and ers and to participate In the business And my hearthl 'th 0 .et to '
ford wants h band at It, It will be wel- are ready to fill all orders they may that may come before the meeting. ELECTRIC SMOOTHING IRON ndlyr ea i g .
come. It willn be the thing for Oine receive on demand. The spring de- D. S. Woodrow, President. m. s .
count md has not yet set n, but Is om Attest: W. V. Newsom Secretary. One of the greatest cemyEAene es Port Inlge, ,a., M t T, 7 -'. _'?U
Ing shortly. The blissard weather of Ocal, l.. Feb. 25. 1.1M. about the house is one of those Amer-
the post week ham restored tr The .can Electric Smoothing Ir ne .. Best- ROOM FOR WN; Nr -..
VERY INSINUATING present price Is $2 b Mr. Tobis Fort, .rom across the ed In a minute, an even tepeat ur .
river, was in town today on school never soiled or smoked. Get ye w fe, Seveal coertaMe n m--
This is the way a Kentucky factory "My three year old boy was badly matters, mother or sister one of tm, TWo for
for "night-capseand eye-openers" constipated, had a high fever and was s and m m W. .W= AJ-
puts it up in thIr Insinuating card: In an awful condition. I gave imLl OYSTERS AT ELK CAFE to show them to :you.-;-
"Without obligating myself in any two doses of Foley's Oro L tive Full ry ...... ... r ... .y. ea to si M
way, please send me. n a plain pack- and the t morning the fever was alf ry ... ... ...... ...... ... I RE WIRE -WO.OD. .
favor express p w hn four full quarts of W o t M T M a .a.. 1 *t l ....
age express pad, four full arts of gone and he was ent rely well. P Milk Stew ....... .... .... .... c. We have a lamae sp e re wood ] PA XNW s i .. ,
14-year old r es.' I wil open ley's Oro Laative saved e. Plain Stew .....................S. both pwe aand ask, .re ste"e af. .s
a bottle, try it, keep It a week and If A. Wolkush, Casher, Wis." Sold by Domen raw .... .... ..............6c. lengths. Good a0f wood.opb6
satisfied, send you $4.75,eor return at all druggists. Halt* esea raw ..... .. 1.. A-0-0 310 LL
pross collect." We At say heour fre.m. t5 1p.P. Mdelvr dcash.. Ca at&ay of r-O
leastthreeand hlfquarts b x- shave hhen Ia hum 1or0 a.e oaIr Amy einr' ah Cll ot T euV V S S M t O A.
These cards are coming thick and cut in ,,e fa athe o mmuemrco A. Bre-PON 176-eeG . G "On"
fast through the Ocala po toice and sho e to hr e it ? atthe *I .a
the editor acknowledges one, but be- op. ... TYPEWRITER FOR' SAE to W. Gst,
SMonday upt.J. H. Buinson will sMet,.ee- -
lievo in home patro age anp wlly A New York moving picture ouse leave for Lake Cty to attend the t hcon-ew In ohae typedritr,, sa
favor home deIders when for his Is arranging to take pictures o the ventlon o tIthe county school s uperin- n in perfect order., -fors-ale cheap The a
stomachs sake he must patronize. The t M p _t .. .loe ca... r o ron mo,-thlypayments. In- cl- w dt-' d &t -33i
letter begins a follows ".characters.Mgt Will aPe.I'm the tendents of the state. Supt. Brinson forecashorom tyaes iclo.red edding l e:ast nh
A good brandet on the po Pr oene Gedayo celebration St. AD- wtt b1 aoompanied by a. y (uire at this ofce. bPck A."ce ae or tocI eLAu-wil :-l yj
"A good brnd on the sdelboard g stine March 3, st and to laet three -th . am ebe .f -the Karim- -ao ty- -- -
means a well ordered top piece and M a CA c tT and 0Ah lt aht 4mf e-e t. -.k. a '
money in the rbenl. A man a who u es three dayss. We han ve. 4 a. s s t
But then advertising pays, no mat- hardest tim to cure It- I Y shRev. -o-eph H. Pepe m .ano Ssag and e St li
Dr. S. H. DItch has not given up his promtl . Its t . s... ... .... mlke a sp .. ty of" jao b "h e -,.o ---
fbright idt to hrdi on thee bIae y--, I. t i ~t a, d last or wtr was sudde ly strl' 17. We wll be pleased to ca ad ro "L .-- .
county fair pounds a mlnature agrl- tie bowels. CbiMrum espeedally .- a nde _.s cre to ber ei-t da-s f yysr l e '
cultural experImental station. The fair Kennedy's laIStlYe Co0h Syshto at e wse 2A &I "e"O a ,- -ar
authoritUie are In full sympathy with ,.se d,.' ney lik e8 mp* n-ttcontaed a. , Y. It hackwhitsl od -l
the doctor's idea sad hope to have it ..It is ud b. the Anti-M..opoly ,Ie asfO--n .s.m...,. t ie
In hull operation another season. eru toie. da and n ight. I omen ta ki. ngThe o a t s .
this season Presdent Robinson pro- ty on Lake Weir, ene mile from Otls- nato on everym' ead p-i
poses to prepare an acre or two of Messrs. B. A. Custs and 0. W. Foae' Kidney R and tie im waha: 40 acres comprinlg 16 acres hasg[ Job th i3 A~pAS .lti
and within the fair enclosure, use al We- r M Je ret iadualy abated sa af.aly ceaed bearing grove, 4 acres lake front, U Ocala. I hate 3lb. hmI .:
ldthe texiisers on the fair enlosureuse tall t W elisorkfof-J os-_- il- rea.- s-_ and my urine became normal. I cheer- acres uncultivated lands. Dwelling the seutk and iamnt be-- sl-
the fertilize on the ground ad sow t ag te New tort t Lae I atam of fully recommend Foley's Kidney Rem- house and packing house. .. 8. -most itp -t --- 3 ,--
men. Dr. Bitch sugests that the ... tlg buth IwIn4 a ei
fair authorities set aside an acre or R C. DavIs a Co.. of Ja-seavYi md muae 4w a.
m.i ia l Wh' ......e
two of the ground and plant It in oa wIll sell an y make of sead-hand a Im m. s e m s *mf se u- d- IOm r
this July when the rainy et typewriter upon easy terms i deir m l e. D. Badi,
In.,also build shed for faer'm stiras on e Jctm at. D. 11160sh. Op f "' ..
and a pavilion, In which our country 3. L Tompkins of Consor cadme p rs e t uet In i see-' TO p ty Bishop
cousins who desre can bring their today to get supplies for Pat Randall's ad the general health of m po- To Introd
meals and part of them with com- boal which Mr. Topon g m e T.- .. .. Wgo
fort. All of which is a good Idea and ate between Ilver Spriag an J ck- 8 go t -
will serve a useful purpose and aid soville and make ecial low Forate n m W Tar cut e couIo t ot0om-
the fair an4 in turn the town and for all people who es0re to take that q qUJcb, srmA sms th ugsand .it40 at' awra*
county. The application is along sen- route-one of the most dehtl et te in
sible line. We cannot do too much the country. low Tp hg L a8014 B al dggists. a-.oa tg t ni Im
to get our agriculturalists Interested thecoun llow pr1 a-3 -old Ty ll 1wesI to- a r les1
In the fair. All prescriptlous fle-at the Antl- Rev. Z. Crimpton of Berlmin will w b Vi".
Mrs. Bayles and d hter and Mr Monopoly Drugstore e Dwed y p ach Sunday at Olivet church In a o P 'S ,U f o Sl WON
Clappand herhandsoei ttle s, drug and emicals uarnteed ander stheSam Pyles neighborhood. VW
Clapp and h handsome little he Pre Food Law. They us SquiBt Sc A
Winthrop. of Boston, who have enN" g n o 1.. 5 a T0 hs mo rii Dt chan r
the guests of Mrs. yles" sister. Mrs chemicals, garanMtee No. 7; sothis morning Dhr. Blitch and Dr. ....
. K. Robinson, left this af. ternoon for Parke Davis & Co's laboratory drugs, Powers examined Fanle n
Georgia, where they will visit before none equal, guarantee No ALwAMcooed, an Imate of theNMaionno
returning east. Miss Ethel Robinson They found her a fit subject for the 0 N7"
accompnled them to Jacksonville Get your Easter stt made at M. Chattahoochee Institute.0 110 U.
and will remain over In that city until Fishel & Son's. See our samples on 2hC hw S PWs I rl E Du . .J.
tomorrow. display. Men--4Or illustrated catalogue ex- in. 3 *6 t- _
Dr H who h how we teh barber trade in a p to date e
Dr. H. C. Howard who has been the weeks, called free. tMolert Barbera -" o xK *S
guest of his son and daughter- 'n-law. Colege.Atlanta, Ga. 3--ft
T o n -n o -- .- m -- -- a-----d W eg rn eew M M : t e
Mr. and Mrs. M. Howard since btheo "
day for his home in Champagne., lls. t ie Wcar p the ru e..etc. 1o fh SSt ar.T. USO-b
OcalaInsgla to claim him as her a-d a". n C a dUbe con- Mnced. p"-"-i-" ; -
The Metropolis reportereaid th me A RM-eTH EATE R eAO Mr -- 5 -" _' ......
Presentation of the theatrical play. 0 ... 2.. a I n eM -- Is"'
such a furore of srprises and protests-" Y, K 3. ith th l turpef-" ":: '
all over* the county by It -risque fea- MrIesLaLy oSmin townth is mo.ra n-N r- - t n "-" a-
tue, n Ino wise shocked very serloug- Tuas l Ug operaobu wsinessbent.o...wtirrn- Ki4l-PUIR1wIaso, I *U4W -1 .
ly those who saw it the other night. IuhiA W e'1 U fmeUWillndetuwntWA A r.Per rs I banstOrkeLInm 10-10
But then Jacksonville has reached a the L "D.1.isa. u-wtt
Stage when Its people have become
veryw blase. M r&R lp3t5 ai-A goEM
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UAL,0eg~TR P~V A~h zt
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Marion Realty Company. m a
A. NWoodmen meet this evenlg.
A. FRANK, Naming.'
Red Cross Plasters for lame backs.
Ocala .'. Florida 2.c. at the Postomlce -O .WiS
Uncle Joe Shuford has strawberries Ne .fc A..t
Jfilrt Hoom II.swe, remodeled and all latest In to bhis yard as big as eggs.
improvements put in, good terms, Prices. 'W ORuA E-A Webber piano. a" C&M-
Five loom Cottage located in best section of city with Abe Brown.OlcaWf- S--t H l t
;all improvements and lar ge yard Mr. J. G. Spurun returned this aft-
:, ilWprovmnts and large yar $1fromakeWeir.
go.,! teIns, pri<--. -. .... ..o.w.. I 9- --
"No soiled towels used at the Com- Cato CO Sya
Large LAIt 110 x 200 feet located on C mercial Barbershop. Everything clean. In 10 ac.
( klawiha avenue, pri(ce..............$ iA9 Miss Lucy Thagard. who has been
Smna I Cottage. lo-rted near Public School e sick, is now able to be up.Wid
Bdil ng, pric ............... ....... Nunnally's fine candles fresh everyJ
week at the Postoffice Drugtore. 1 1 2 SM.
AA&%AAWA V ~AM p %AO r11 d # t f
4 City Lots tof *45U Cash
Must be Sold Today
Wanted Houses to Rent.
Want to Handle Your Real Estate,
Look after and Collect yoee Rests
Wanted Some Small Tenement Houses o p
To Invest at Good PerceaLt
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Every inch of cloth used by the wel" known
gentleman's tailors, J. Taylor & Co. of
New York and Chicago is guaranteed to be
absolut t:i pure wool only. ::
Not one inch of cotton will you find in their
new ALL WOOL BOOK of Sty16
And this season the prices are as low as
ever. If you want real serviceable g
quality Clothes at a very moderate price,
you can't do better than pin yr aih ,to
the old relable,
My prices are lower for the _ae
garment, or better garment for ia-e
NO FIT -o- NO PAY
LET US MEASURE YOU
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HORSES ALMOST GIVEN AWAY YACHT TRAWS
A few w rei hori-s fur sale by the Come- In and make a setimtl rol i
Tomrpkins. Cobb rcrihpany. which will our popular line eft'pr"in styles in
bh0 closed uIt at fliiures that will" com- yacht straw hate. We have them for.
I vl Iuy#.r; t,0 tiak.' note of the fact. young, middle-aged and elderly men.
Trmn!kins. obib & Company. The H. B. Masters Company.
Mr. Wil Ht.t,!r *ni. from across BICYCLE TOLEN
ti. r.u: i- r ->tr. a ";i. sin town this -
tnor ing W\i NV W. *C II Jr.. who with A boy's Crescent bicycle. coaster
lis hrithtir. H 1 II. II ,il.rson. will In- brake, new wheel, but has old handle.
i<'t thrm-, iv,. ii, l.r J. C. Boozer's bars, stolen from my porch night of
, *'In 'ont.'st March 10th. $5 reward for Its Returnt.
Mrs. M. C. Looney. -11.tt
I-'I RiN'T-.\ f ,i'- rom .cottagro .
li': rc! ndti,,r ;and, t.il !< l<;iatd on Rev. H. Kelgwine, pastor of the
Sitli F:fth str*,t. Appily t,, corge. Presbyterian church, passed throw"
F\' Williams. 3-,5-tf Ocala today on hi way to Crystal
S..... River, where he will preach Sunday
and do missionary work for the church
at that point.
WANT Apoesitions as dairyman
or overseer of farm; experienced man.
C Address "R." care of Star opce.
Sdown the road and Capt. Buck wi-
C lams*will carry an extra coach on the
Mr. T. M. Jelks of Macon. Ga., is at '13 t M ori S
the Ocala House today. ; Et LW L SjtS
Use Plank's Chill Tonic. Guaran- In Bottfles fO Cub
teed. Price 25c. Sold by all druggists. I
genr al a s .a lo n c a n cen ts
HJ you e the new visible itwnay- I lO C S
Sholes typewriter? R. C. Davis & <'o
J. HL Burton of Spar. was in town TF & O hl fu l!
yesterday on boaiess with Judge J.
IL Be. .
fOR -3FlT-41z-room house near
Prebyterian church. Apply to T. C.
Thomsen at potot0fce. 3-12-St
Where Is It?
Where is what?
Why, the Commercial Barbershop.
Sheriff J. P. Galloway returned last
nigbt from a visit to his aged mother
LOST-Mr. Paul J. Theus lost a
bunch of keys yesterday with a Com-
mercial Bank tag on them.
The Ocala house had 650 arrivals yes-
f y, most of them being northern
people stopping over for a short time.
Sponges, sponges, direct from the
flsherles. Prices that surprise, at the
Attorney H. M. Hampton was in
Jacksonville yesterday and today on
WANTED-A position as bookkeep-
er and stenographer, or salesman: ret-
-erense furnished. Address L, V. H.,
care this office. 3-5-1td
- .Yoi are Invited to attend our spring
'9"nmng of tailor made clothes. M.
-PAshA & Son. Come around as soon
as you can.
Misses Jean and Louise Teague left;
this afternoon for Lady Lake. where
they will spend Saturday and Sunday
with their parents.
Mrs. J. D. Robertson and Master
Jack Robertamo returned Wednesday:
from a delightful visit to Whitney
with Mrs. Robertson's mother.
Miss Annie Campbell returned to-
day from a pleasant visit of some
weeks to Tampa, and is again the
guest of her cousin, Miss Alice Camp-
Mrs. Charles Hulbert has as her
guests Mrs. R. E. Williams and Miss
Williams. of Chicago. Mrs. Williams
is a cousin of Mrs. Hulbert.
Send as your p escrptlon business.
We are thoroughly prepared to handle
It. Tydings Co.
Miss Bettle Wray Mclyer will bt.
the.~satess of the Young People's
Mtssionary Society of the Presbyter-
iansrburch this evening.
Try an electric scalp massage for
that headache. Commercial Barber-
Mrs. Richard McConathy and her
niece. Mrs. Smith and daughter, Ells-
abeth, returned yesterday from a de-
ighti6l vist with Mrs. D. S. Wood-
row .at Woodmar.
Th are Invited to attend our spring
-opening of tailor made clothes. M.
' yshel & Son. Come around as soon
As' u can.
Mrs. Henry W. Long has returned to
her "home at *artel from Jackson-
Ville, .where she had been to attend
the funeral of her sister. Mrs. L. D.
Curry, who bed a few days ago.
Mr. Wsbe wa'exhtbimng a beau-
*41fit lot ma ted diamoads this
i.torning of dlMferent sftes
ists rAIley Fold..of Lynchburg. Va.,
who has been is Ocala the guest of
her sister sad anat. Mrs., Allen W.
Bridges a. d Mrs. T. M. Moore, "et
this afternoo to? MIcanopy to visit
her aunt. Mrs. Sue eFaster, who is to
be married next Thursdky.
Dr W. H. Dodge has returned hornme
feit Jacksonville. Dr. Dodge wasa
accompanied by hie daughter, Mrs.
Mary Dodge Maddox. who has bees.
visiting her brother In that city for the
past six weeks.
Go around to the Air Dome this ev'
ealag and spend a pleasant hour.
Wooden meet toniht.L
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AT TW- AIR OME :"
The Air Dome had a eadM let f-
pictures lat night, and the~ war a
good crowd to aee them, bet the t
shower of rain about 9 'clocftk pt a.
end to the performance. A gwa at
rthe program elsewhere will show that
the bill tonight is an excellent one
'and the weather clerk has promised
to be good. Mr. H. W. Tucker's cor-
net is a good addition to the already
fine music, which for quality can't be
excelled in the state.
MR& CLYATT'S TACKY PARTY
Last evening the young people of
the Methodist church, members of the
Young People'ir Missionary Soelety,
and their friends, gathered at the
i, paclous home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
I l)'att in the first ward to enjo" a
tacky party. About fifty young people
% .ere present, dressed in all manner
of funny costumes.
After tal guests had all arrived and
thr laughter caused by their "get-up"
had subsided, games were indulged 4
until a late hour, when refreshments
were served and the assembtlage
gathered together In the south end of.
the large dining room, where flash-
light pictures were made.
After much hard thinking the three
judges decided that Miss Grace Det-
terich wore the most original anid
unique costume and to her was award-
ed the prise, a boy baby doll made oat
Sof gingorcakp. and Mr. IU N. Greta In
a neat speech presented Miss Detter-
ich with the trophy, which, on being
J seen, caused greal laughter.
The evening was a most pleasant
and enjoyable one for all present and
Sas the guests departed for home. the
Expression was general that a mre
enjoyable evening had never been ex-
Sprinced and the thought of the one
Just slwnt would bring smiles to the
faces of the participants for many
days to come.
CHjLDRE WS EYES
If your child is backward in his
studies--does not Iike to study, or has
symptoms of headache, you will prob-
ably find that there Is some little eye
There may be n0 outward signs of
a defer, yet the eyes should be ex-
amined -to make sure there s no fault
WE IVE SPECIAL CARE TO
DR. D. .4. DONI-,
Office Bours: 9 to 12 a. .aL .ad
1:30 to 4:30 p. m. 6ptial ioee and
laboratory, rooms P and 4 Gary bloeL
TWO OLD CROiENl E
"TwO,Old Croaes** at the Urand last
nilht uat a good audlefee, bSt not
so Jlarfes the exceeasoe at the ehow
by the Iea mpan aseed
B. Wuill and Harry m, ad f
sor Kreltameyer and OPo v
respectively; Were very. tMaC 7 A
Germaf dialect of the:ofe ing
perfect. The two oemsdne staL set-
eral occastons' brought 'Arn the
The ladles of the empam, wote
heard to great advantage l severaMt
of the latest popular 'ew ant eluo-
roses, and while pretty to look at ~iy
also possess good. well treated vokee.
Miss Kate Re3iton makes- a big hit
with her dancing.
The whole company did aost cred-
itable work and should have large-au-
diences toalght and tomorrow matime
and sight, as the performance is cer-
tsainly one .f the ftouaest and best
staged that has been in Macon this
season.-Macon Telegraph. -'
Armory Theater, thee nights, com-
mencing Monday, Match 15.
Ow ta to the cool-breeze, the er-
vice was held in the church last sight.
Tonight the service will be in the tent
and the subject is "A Holy hirit Di-
ST PATRICK'S DAY CARDS.
TeBialoek hoAme ewinW
enue is WfWI ae haet M l. 4
e" is aimed fr
Spring owens Hws a.
made the rooms a bomr *i
The col schemeR, OeWo.. 4t
wa2 artistically carid. p i -
smallest detail. The HNa :t a
where wrre shaded by yellir -il
and cast a mellow glow oter t"ti,
tIfully gowned guests. ... ,.
on the veranda., which w-f "ft.; --
very nvitig by. tbe w f "I MW ;.
,fite A c M ae mwait
lade. O one corner ,f t heaiM- s4
delicious aid punch with white elWr
ries was served from a prettily ap''
pointed punch table by Mrs. George'
Taylor and Mrs. Thomas John.so
both of whom wore lovely gowans"
Mrs. Simeon Sisthrunk, .Jvely In a.
,haan a tok W0th a .
Scomwwad of-tme less* two bon-
-wd with ti7r pink b~ttoaa M& *
1alock, r. was:,n a lbniumo W
of black ailk trrisamet l tae -
and Mrs. Richarideema Wf a
tn black uathU ttbUmned to -f1th. -
a tobuch f gold brai&. *. :.
From the receiving &e the ,guests-! .iU -, .-.
were asked by Mrs. John Daniel Rob- -''
ertson. attractively gowaed in white'*
into the library and ItMUM e to .4" -:e-
group of pretty girls. som 0 f
are visltoer. Mi Lni" s "ss Mb* S
cowtnd of the howm" -e white
sandy beautifully trimmed. M bI,.
Ophelia Sawtelle in white over Me
was greatly adimred. MUs ldith :'l
Guire of Smethport. Pa.. wasn i- -
handsome gown of ot d e satni1n amd 3 I t.4
Miss Lucy Ford of Lnchinurg. V ,
wore pale bluen netwaline., atti- .
These two rooms were
with yellow je*samine, detwood, w pt
of fragrant orange bloo and
A Battenberg l aliregula coVre
windows were feitboned wt0 e
organdy. trimmed in Vauebdfenne
.aisatetd also in tie prior o Tvam.
parlor the pests woee wlanved late *
dinltg room by Mrs *w.- .& E s-
who wore white, and A a Mix-
son who was vary pretty in gres .
SOne of the most attaiettve .p.
all was this room. The diting tahh'
was covered with a rich cloAk ar;Ah '
Mand-embroidered in yellow.. the
center, In a large Ut. kAss- prtbe0. .3
was a loosely arragel ma of uau t 4
geouas bridesmaid rees. On te tah e-WA*U
were candles in roe holders and cut '
glass dished ifilld wfth .slted -
monds and kisses, which were made
by Mrs. Richardson.
Along the mantleplece e. boutai
of dogwood.'covered "tth *lsib bh -
soms. On the ..china eab et s a e
glass bowl of orange blossoms. Ade-.
neious .eeken salad with o a pap-.-.. -
per sand*wfhesl, watefrrt dl & hai
of -cheese sticks tied with yellow rib-'
bon were passed bby WM- A t "- "
vi, Miss LABcle Moore, fl .J .' '* ..
Martina and Miss Gr*oe ale.B. -
Miss Lula Barnett f whit- organd u 1
showed, the gess tau the ha* e *
- Mrs J. B. Kea:e -sSgeea ,,
W. Duval received. Ma". i4l m ^M H
handIme in black and
wore white silk trInned h -
palted rosebuds. '-
On' the 'lawn ru s wete p"rea0d .
around which-were Jbenche ad o. ck--
lng chairs, where the oalier lIsg5d .'A
for conversation. Mis e Paao te
played beauitutty on the pp Adr-
oIng the afternoon. Msa. ttockj J..*.
be eConlsaulate 4 the up" *0 ec'.
her reepto. which was one t a -
-R. CAMP TO GIV 9,AAW
wI be..tbe guest.toeiMora
sl be gIvea Monday evaf b-
CterNe camp at Te t --a
** .- ,-*. *'-* -y ^
A large wen belft relema irt. the largest sta aBt
.matblMBa peledidty leoatad (ama dsa*! se
good stwet, eoavedent to de^Jt, Is W O* display (
a blck tf --.d. a.ple ..M&-.'...- t~
fesew i a sa .
this pa npetyi i- l e th ea
the ity.' esl -f
eph es be Stat- .e. :. -. -. , h f -. -m. w -
.... ...... sfiledmc'. fate 4 bamn fo bds
Presritges ft.e t .I .
deivered by the PWOM iu.
Nasoas meet Thuruda)y evomt
.1 1* - |/ 1" "" ";
pmie, sre ad
, THE TAILOR
- IL ~ ~St...
The Greatest Event of the YeaS
SPRING MUSICAL FESTIVAL
Jacksonvil~, Florida, April 19 and 20
Ns Ye SY PONY
comidcted by te im um s turprter of the V~s di' w.
WALTER D IAUNS
Asisted by Guataf Holmquist, barn0; Reood Millr, towr; Mrs. Caowimm
Rider-Kelsy, sepraoM; Nevada van der Vesr, a*to.
FOUR CONCERTS: Monday matinee" erohestral; Manday night, mis-
cellaneous; Tuesday m tine, artists' comnrt; Tuesday night, ralie, "The
Creation," with the Jaeksenvifle Choral Seolety of 290 trained vhis and
New York Symphony Orehostra and sielists.
SEASON TICKETS 16. Make appellation now. Seats reertd in reo-
tation. Address and make cheeks payable,
T. T. ELMORE, Jacksonville, Florida.
Easter at Gadsoh's
Our Easter Goods are Here
The stock is the Newest,
the Prettiest and the
Best we have ever
We point with pride to
our Magnificent Line of
Ladies' Hats, Silk and Lin-
gene Waists, Skirts, Neck
and Waist Wear, Shoes and
We have a Splendid Line of Shirts, Shoes,
Hats, Handkerchiefs, Collars and Ties,
Etc., for Easter that cannot be equalled
in the state for the money.
Get You Measu.e
Taken by as for Yom Spring Sot.
Wanamaker & Bown Spring and Som-
met Samplesnow in. The goods and fit
Every one is cordially invited to call
and see our Easter Goods now on displAy.
F. P. GADSON, Preprieor
The MKn You ae Always Boaght, 4d u bhas been
In umse r oeer 30 year, l borne tbhe lUaMture to
i and hba been made under isb per
S onal supervisio aMIce its Inhawy.
Allow no one to deeeive yomin this.
An Counterfeit, Imitations and "Jut-M-ood" are bat
Exp i mRInta that trifle with and endanger the health rf
hats and M f Cti=r-Expiene agabt
What is CASTORIA
(Cumta is a hamnlem -atMtMtte fhr M r O1l, Pine
erte, Drops and Soothiag Synmps. It sP t IU
contal-s neither Oplium, mrphlne nor ether market
alMtaee. Its age s ts guarstee. It destr Wrms
adt asay Feverisnes. It curea Darrh Ba ama Win
COle. It Melieves Teehr Troables, oarC tmsm
a"t hrtalency. It amumft0s the Feodr related the
StomeNach and Bowels, giving bealthi aad atral sepe .
The Children's Pamacea-The Mo-ther' Frten
oCnumuIn (.AqT RIA ALWAYS
DOAA .F . *N. O
toeaa, IM., MarAch 1, )1 hi Il
The board a eb tuar niaci wm h- i l w* &
and for Maules mot., Florida, met ta i hn it ....t
re r s mlas w IaU I members lk l
preet coasistle o Ilac Sftevem s She -pwW
tjama1as, a. mae, oJ. H.ndna lfa' -e da e I sdee a I i .
Mbtes of the lSt oI me etbna we' U S q -- wt
rad nd ,ar r-L. a t r mtas.le|i M la^ ^ .-,.,i ..__ -
In rpons e to a letter of Inquiry Sr aage
from the uperiniatdent to the trnw- s-
tees. of the MN MaS sebet a leW .
from them was receded a11g1 thAt 11-,:
the unexpired tam atf thio year be to- S J
After sme ....i.i I ssoea. t-.! .
ter was lto 1er "il the JwA mMet-
Insc. who& am *eah -aMt wfl be
conioerd a" settlec The secre-
tary w structed to notify them Cm Ir .....
A oommunleation was received from il
Je. L Wiley, principal of Feesondena
Academy, in which he gave an ac- The Godm Xeel Die--'yh-a s
count of the exhibit of the school at speMile Onathefoct u afllasm
the state fair at Tampa. It was very r Bl
creditable to the sahooL mouff W11111111111111
Tbe rwealastles of MiE Nele Mar- .-*ag. g -y
sall a tester f the sMos DlWmn fta a
*wehool,w esovd nd ascepid. i 2
Appicatmon w redVed thbroAh3
Mr. J. C. PIolU for the chloreM eof -i
D. C. Tills and T. R. Tllas to attend, *y ea
the flectra school since the Moea stawach, bu 1ia aii
Bluff school, to which they had been organs wli be lik yeW 3 7
goink, had closed. The board granted read a booklet of extract from- C'It.to
permission for the remainder of thislags of eminent medical authorities, k- la uhte we St to De- tw i
ter.ds eA t Hi thIeot*A sfd xtpsala Mrs. Jack Rents weat to O ealf t S'
Messrs. Mills. Rawls, Ferguson and their curative pr6ptles. It i mnailed d ytov vst relative.
Weaver, of the fellowship school, ap- JrmoarequM ML Adrs Dr. iLV. PireM Mr. ft. A. Resta sw l
peared before the board to discuss the Buffatl, N.Y. This booklaeti ll a 1 '
financial condition of their district lgra ndlia et rlag lt-Dr flgi e ....
and the advisaility of the district, meim tam which It wl aM
defraying the expenses of the school er alala me a Wrnp te usb4,ag
wagon for the reassinder of the tm. streen g a e IS
It was agre." that the board wOW*
the slool aad the wagon to be oon il.-...
tinned at the expense of the district. A 4 . A
Mr. Cahesm. meo-of the trustees of ... ... O
the Graier Farm school, called to In- 1 at
quite as to the iasuces of their< .RICK
schoo"L Hereported the co tion -an---
progrees of the school as beg very Spring haus oaed with all Its bine.- I a dat .. .
artsfctorr. *ty. The boards aN es 6sth Smers he Pis. t
Mr. 0. 6. Scott, hoder of warrantare-boomntg: In act. a dad*, -
No. 165 on the Donelons district ts. full Aare to make B ft W :tth r A a.s
came before, the board to request Ing. M r te a gi
soene action to preovie for Its redemp- We have had apiedid alm tirg v' -"
tion. The *seretary was directed to eral weeks and our tfraersA 'ig a s jlt -
coropm-n ate with thp trustees notity- whooplag things up. fOects e
ing them that this warrant was loag never better for a lafe me. 1 4 i*
past due and tbht some arrangement The %ome of Mr. ad Ag. W. 3 ev edI a
amust be made to take same up. Irtin~gOm was brightefted lat at- i s. ed .W a a ,
It was reported that the Bay Lake urday- by the arrtal of a l a o / -; b
school house and contents had bee gtrl. Mother and daughter ale do- Mr. 0. t p f
totally destroyed by fre and the see- Itg nicely. MM
retary was directed to take the nece- Mr. Scripter of Reana later FhMi s e r tge fk Ie* 'w h T A
sary steps to collect the insurance on N. Y., is visiting his aunt, Mrs. L P. Ud b S m
same. Olin for several weeks. Mr. M has jut Monday nmrlsf t w tomr t r
Accounts and bills were audited and returned from Meico and Central teneuag to reNmsO the o
ordered paid amounting to $4,442.75. A merica. He In connected with the Mr. J. ". MII S $ i
to.be drawn on county funds and oov- Bankers' Life Asociation of Des a ey last, week n.
ered warrants 624 to -71 Inclustre. MoInes, Iowa, and Is combining bua- The writer aD Iay eha -*
The board adjourned to meet on nes with pleasure. He is very much DemanB last Tilbualey @iOerith
Wednesday foiwin. peaked with our state, Meday. -
Wedneday ino's *&e"ien Mr. =ward J. ilm of loral Cty~, Our efbis m i a i.S ti t a i
The board above mentioned met made his parent. Mr. and Mrs. W. 3 LVW- It wiM o MIse .l tilM.
with all members present and acting. Nix, a very pleasant call last inday. A pil. We all agrt itoA
The tr.aurc's- report for the month Be reports baisess. good with him In "ay of hools ceen0 t -r-
of February was received with the the flint rock shipplpi Ule. a separtls u t the pus <
warrants paid during the month and Mr. A. A. Oln. accompanied by his th a wel a .
same were cancelled and a record ousla, Mr. L. V. Scripter. visted Jack- M-N Lttm WVaNISO ft-I3
made of eame on the stubs and In thesonvile last Week and took In tohe Mr. bor d.
warrant register. The tresurfer' re- They report having a Itae tlme. *
port showed the following alances to Mr. BU. li Preye th is Alta Wem S awita hi
the credit of the several sub-school down a well at the resideace of Mr. Witt's I"03sayi7 and s
districts of the county: A. A. OUi. This property Is owned by u ald M wel'M
Ocala, 37.91; McIntosh, $2.18; Bel- MrF. A. Webb. She Is arn Wrte t e geis 'nrW oG a OBw
leview, 179.50; Fantville, $10.65; Dun- otter Ihprovements as her hors ia dUol TSi S w
nellon, $4.51; Reddick, 53.08; Pine which will add much to their looks *Pt14 1a t act pblI*a 5AllM
Level, $110.41; Mayvllle, $15.85; Citra. and convenience, weak backba ,e, b a.rM s a* a
$33 .11; Weiredale, $73.17; Griner Mr. J. W. WinMill s in very poor rh natlc pad -. -..
Farm. $1.8; Back Pond, $2.88;- Sparr, health. We hope be will moon be him- tots. We Ma ald
$92.02; Candler. $16.50; Fellowship, telf aal. The AatM- S5
$1.11; Eleetr, $10.42; Blitchton, Mr. Jerry Water. Is very weak. It *..hh -s
$8.97; Martel, S440; Fort Kig ns is sele to say wo wish h a aost CA Y -MAAMM E ".
$32.8; Capuiet, $5&.59; Lmnadale. speedy recover. *.-...' -
$114.72; Cottona Plant X312.53; O- Mrs. W. T. Pleb tof Plant City. Mr, ie, of "u,, -:-'
ange Lake. S2.07; Oak H $2l, .-2$: spent several do5 he* lat week With m lmes a e. ;annh At. .
Mos Bluff m 2.; Fairfeld, $b.8; her brother, J. Tuarlpet. M. Wlti a
Cottage IH $9.5; Levon. $114A.; Mr. ad Mrs ClifRbord UiJspm o 4n a on VV,
Pedro.' $2s.s8; Xendrick,. 94.09: Ok- ave reeived theIr q hadsom- pa d. ew,,- M .
lawaba. $#.18; Heldtvlle, $91.3; Mt. Annie Akin, of Oa. v.ted as. .itb 1.. , .
Pleasant Bill, $15.. relate ad i1o Mds.mi a t We.k. C Ivelmaa ail r. r
T boerd adjourned to meet on th The Woodmen ge a candy p,=Mw. e.. :i'.
lrst Tuesday at AprW following, at the "eoldeoe, of Mr. J. . L J V aI e" +ftrp
A HURRY UP CA by halve, It i nee ss to say t was M. Merritt Mo p P -.
Quick Mr. Druist- lck.-a do' n tw howtoMR en-a. a ..- m ". s *. ,-
box f uoken's Arnit alv f aeres l. turned lt am4 e w as a, -a
a quarter-for the love of Moses mr- h- ew .
ry Baby's brned himself terrI Woodneb meet uned thei sefeserri il
Johanie. cut his foot with the aze- -
Mastets ar.dea T s can't walk Srms mu s SSSe S Lmi
pl~ee-2flhle has boils -and my cowns 'rlrf A e
ad. She got It andl soon ctaredN a .
the family. Its the greatest healer au -- 5
earth. Sold by a druggIsts. i
RDDOICK Waser m 6-. 1
--__ S it "i : d"i
Thd farmers here are busy e itivat- t. w m sWi A
tag eataloopes, watermelons, .beans or M* The demnd fSr that w*uluoln
and tomatoes. Everybody is hustling.r: .. T. sItomach. IvIer and kimer e .
Miss M in i Martn.L of Tlfton. Ga., laMs N ,w Pli KIn New L am diao
is visiting relatives here. msay a the druggists; that tha- r
Miss Eddie Reddick. formerly of aw the lIke. i1 bhomeW thoJ nW g
this place, who has been teaching &to al" to e sar -
school near Wllilsftwhas returned., tlp, indigeitic, it3i~a Ju -JJ.
and has an a visitorqh charming alta haae a n II
Miss Ruby Anderson, of that city. Oaly M. nre sale by an d -g .
On last Friday evening Mrs. Light
gave the young people of this place a u- -
pound party and same was well at-. . 0 The 0 me t m Cempw
tended. atl those present declaring It -eg a ,
was the time of their llveeT" iNJ.., ,u5,'. M r. R OB. C&eb i -dl M ta 00t0,
We are glhd to see the young peo- j~ '.riud em l >
pie take such an active part in the Smu em i serSee S. Mr. J. I. v 1W-mi I 9-d ilit -
-Epworth League. 5 =bw-agmet- C-- CM-.?. sa@e-nsa oI tm T am
The prayermeeting service Wednes- M. Csmoaim has W -btbb.'.....-
day evening was very ably conducted .. --ad a.. e g asea a b be issls iW.I
by Mr. .L. C. MoClaren. All present 2egret to laoe M. Vem "'-
seemed Interested In the topei. _hIe. i T aodaill r m. I
The rain Wednesday evening and I-11 wle s Thu-sday ISght e- ~MiUI-
night was much appreciated ltU the -lyI m j n o by a .Aem O-I -L
farmers, as we have been having quite Mr. &. C. 2 *as 1 C -Ot W i -eOso
a dry spellt U last week 4 Mag 5t t s
Among the drummers in town Wed- .01,44lig B-* buk W 111 --90
nesday was Mr. Sheppard, one of the re+et thatM r it. I ftaf-ar"-i gh
most popular young nightt of 4he Ibetter thaM wON **' -L
grip who visit Reddlek. MI. IU D. P. d and J. n r
Mr. o D. Rou has been having quite went 69wa to d e ca at
an addition made to his house and week m be la-s.
same Is now ready for the coat of Mr. M. C. MaIeL, .mr
paint which he expects to give it as OW 1he 8.1 CL ha 1ii s*
sooa as possible. |ti esand tM ml on e hm bem 1
The carpenters are now busy builda- _
an an addition to Mr. r 's store. AK WILLIAM S KIo --r Pt.lD
Mr. IVWdr expects to pug o0e of the LI K. "U ave y aii.- yo m .l
mo at complete lines of furniture car- - s o -n w iI