For MI o! the Hanss
AT RIGHT PRICES
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1913.
THE FUKKIX1JE53 tfSJT
V1IE11 THE BOWELS
and you miss that fine feeling
of exhilaration which follows
a copious morning operation,
you should put a small quan quantity
tity quantity of Simmons Red Z Liver
Regulator (The Powder Form)
on the tongue and wash it
down with a little water.
Its action in the system is
(purifying and strengthening.
Tl "I L 1 1 I
ii urives out nam impactions
and impurities and gives tone
to the muscular structuro of
the boweb. It overcomes thz
tendency to chronic constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, relieves a bloated feeling
in the abdomen, sweetens the
breath, and promotes vigor of
body, mental alertness and
Sold by Dealers, Price, large package, $1.00.
.Aik (or ths irRnuin with tb Krd Z on th label.
It you cannot get it. remit to o. wfl will aeiid it by
mail, poatpai'l. Himmnni Liver Regulator U put op
also In liquid form for tboso who prefer it. trice.
I. 00 per bottle. Look for the Red Z label.
J. H. 2DUH & CO., Props StAauIs, Mo.
Ill IE ill
Holl Top Desk $23.00
$7.00 Typewriter Chair 4.00
One Vudor Veranda Screen.. 1.73
One Veranda Swing Seat.... 2.00
One Mission Parlor Set. Three
Pieces, Leather Upholstered 21.00
One Mission Library Table. . 0.50
One Chest Carpente Tools,
big bargain, only 18.00
Several Extension Pining Tables
from $3 to $11.00. Worth double.
Many other bargains, too.
idlill 1 fa
Back of Marcus FraiJfc's
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O.-IJOX 48 OCALA. FLA.
li.vvn youn car paixtkd
Beef, Pork and Mutton
Fresh and Salt Water
Received Every Day
Prompt Service, Good Goods
and Reasonable Prices
Phone 351 Stall No.
All 3lot Pay or Co Without Will be
the Rule Id Oca!
A representative of the Merchant's
Mercantile Agency, publishers of the
Credit Experience Guide, which agen agency
cy agency is organizing the business men all
over this and other states In a simi similar
lar similar way, has been here several days
working up Interest in a local asso association.
ciation. association. By this system all individuals, as
well S3 firms, are put on record, show-
( ins at how many places they deal, what
amount of credit they obtain, and how
they pay each firm with which they
have had credit dealings, and are ac accordingly
cordingly accordingly rated prompt pay fair pay,
slow pay and no pay.
Tersons who pay one or two mer merchants
chants merchants in order to use them a3 a ref reference
erence reference to get credit from others, and
then neglect to pay them, form the
class that i3 largely responsible for
the losses in the business world. The
aim of the system is to show such
persons in their true light, thus mak making
ing making it necessary for them to pay cash,
and thus reducing the losses in extend extending
ing extending credit.
They are many. people who. are not
intentionally slow in paying their ac accounts,
counts, accounts, but are neglectful, and when
they understand that they must be
rated they will endeavor to secure the
best rating possible, and will be more
prompt, instead of allowing their bills
to accumulate. The book is now pub published
lished published in the greater portion of the
In many states every hamlet in the
state is organized under this system.
People moving from one state to an another
other another are followed by special reports,
showing whether they are good or bad
risks for credit, and for what amounts.
This Credit Guide places the honest
and prompt person in a position that
every merchant can. discriminate be between
tween between those who pay and those who do
not. It is therefore a benefit alike to
both debtor and creditor.
Supplements to the Credit Experience
Guide are issued every sixty days in
the form of a secretary s report, keep keeping
ing keeping the rating book constantly up to
. The local association will have a
collecting department, so that the
members can turn over their delinquent
accounts, and have the association
make collections for them if they so
Within a few weeks the paying pro proclivities
clivities proclivities of every resident of the Ocala
section will be known to those who
are members of this association, and
the credit of every person will there therefore
fore therefore be established, whether "good or
It is certain that this movement on
the part of the business and profes professional
sional professional men will do a great deal to im improve
prove improve business conditions in this city.
A MUCH-NEEDED MEASURE
Senator Bryan Pepari us a Hill that
Will Lerrl the Inequalities of the
Present Primary Law
(Chas. 33. Jones In Dixie)
Senator Nathan P. Bryan Is prepar preparing
ing preparing a new primary bill for the next
Florida legislature by which the many
defects In the system in Florida will
be cured. He has given the matter a
great deal of attention and his bill
will not only enable a poor man to run
for office, but there Is a provision In It
which will prevent republicans from
participating In, a democratic primary.
Fully four thousand republicans in
Florida participate In a democratic
primary, and a provision forcing an
acknowledgement from each elector as
to what party he belongs to, and mak making
ing making out a list of democrats only for
democratic primaries on the same date
will correct this.
Too many primary bills, and too
many amendments have prevented the
people from getting just what 13 de desired.
sired. desired. Senator Bryan has been giving
his attention to the best system and
hopes to prepare a measure which will
give' Florida the best primary system
In this country.
Senator Bryan proposes to be pres present
ent present in person during the next session
of the legislature in the interest of this
primary bill, and he can perform a
great service for the people in general
and the democratic party in particular
in giving a primary law that will
eradicate the present evils and ona
which will be just and equitable to all.
I discussed the proposed bill brief briefly
ly briefly with Senator Bryan and therefore I
am not familiar with its various pro
visions. I hope, however, and expect
that the bill will do away with the
great, expense which candidates en encounter
counter encounter in every contest. The cheap
grafters may object to restrictions
which put them beyond the reach of
the dough-bag, but the time has arriv arrived
ed arrived in Florida when men must no longer
be compelled to "cough up" at the call
of the grafter.
I hope Senator Bryan will1 soon com complete
plete complete his bill and that it will be given
wide-spread publicity. If It is all that
is hoped for it, then Florida's repre representatives
sentatives representatives should get back of it and
pass it without crippling It. The pri primary
mary primary system has enemies who will
work against any honest effort that
will be of benefit to the people these
are men who trail in the wake of those
seeking special privilege men who
would destroy the system men who,
if they must run the gauntlet of a
democratic primary, prefer to do it
through the "Boodle Route" and with
the participation of traitors and liars
who enter the primary while antago antagonistic
nistic antagonistic to the principles of the party.
I hope my friends in the newspaper
fraternity will see the importance of a
new primary law, and that they will
carefully read Senator Bryan's bill as
soon as it is prepared.
STIIAY HORSE AT EUREKA
J. McQuaig, Eureka, writes that
there is a stray horse, an iron -gray
stallion, at his place.
The Roena Lumber Company Ha Ea Ea-lahllhed
lahllhed Ea-lahllhed It Footing In Tampa
(Tampa Tribune, Feb. 2)
Announcement was made yesterday
that a deal had been closed Friday
night whereby the Roess Lumber Co.,
of Ocala, has acquired the local whole wholesale
sale wholesale lumber business of the Gillett
Lumber & Transportation -Co., of this
city, together with the good will of
same and the orders now on hand for
future delivery within the state of
Florida. The deal is said to make the
Roess Lumber Co. beyond a doubt the
largest wholesale yellow pine lumber
distributor in Florida to the local
The local offices of the Roess Lum Lumber
ber Lumber Co. will be in the American Na
tional Bank building next to those of
the Gillett Lumber & .Transportation
Co., and will be in charge of D. U. Mc-
Ginnis, local manager. The head
quarters of the Roess Lumber Co. will,
however, remain in Ocala.
The deal which was consummated
Friday night does not mean that the
Gillett Lumber & Transportation Co.
is going out of business, as the firm
will continue its extensive business as
an exporter of rough lumber to the
island of Cuba and other places. The
Gillett Lumber & Transportation Co.
ceases business only insofar as the
local wholesale business with various
lumber yards is concerned, the mem members
bers members of the Gillett Company agreeing
not to re-enter this field, leaving- It
clear to the Roess Lumber Company.
Up to three years ago the Gillett
Lumber & Transportation Co. was en engaged
gaged engaged solely in the business of export exporting
ing exporting rough lumber from this port, but
about that time there was a sudden
impetus in local building operations,
which induced the company to also en enter
ter enter into the wholesale lumber business
for the local trade through various
local lumber yards. This business Has
been very profitable and has been on a
steady increase. The principal compe competitor
titor competitor of the Gillett Lumber &" Trans?
portation Co. in this field has been the
Roess Lumber Company. The deal
consummated between the two com companies
panies companies is practically a consolidation of
the local wholesale 'business of the
Tampa firm with that of the Roess
Company, and puts the Gillett Com Company
pany Company back in the same field It was en engaged
gaged engaged in three years ago.
CASTRO LAXDED ON
WRIT OP HABEAS CORPUS
New York, Feb. 2. Ciprfano Castro,
former president of Venezuela walked
the streets of New York yesterday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, temporarily a free man, under
a writ of habeas corpus Issued by
Judge Holt in the federal court. Ar Argument
gument Argument on the question of making the
writ permanent, will be heard on Fri
day next. Followed by a curious crowd
Castro went immediately to a Fifth
avenue hoteL where he had engaged a
suite. He was all smiles and beam beaming
ing beaming with happiness as he" invited pho photographers
tographers photographers to surround him as he posed
for his picture.
OXE SIX-YEAR TERM
Will be the Rale for Every President If
the Works Amendment is
Washington. Feb. 2. A constitu constitutional
tional constitutional amendment which would restrict
the president and the vice president of
the United States to a single term of
six years and would bar Wood row
Wilson, Theodore Roosevelt and Will Will-lam
lam Will-lam H. Taft from again seeking this
office, was approved in the Senate yes yesterday
terday yesterday by the narrow margin of one
vote. After a three-day fight in which
the progressives joined with many
republicans in opposing the restricted
presidential term, the Senate adopted
the original Works amendment32 to 33.
The language which it is proposed
to insert in the legislation "in place of
the first paragraph of article 2, is as
"The executive power shall be vest vested
ed vested in a president of the United States
of America. The term of president
shall be six years and no person who
has held the office by election or dis discharged
charged discharged its powers or duties, or acted
as president under the legislation and
laws made in pursuance thereof shall
be eligible to hold again the office by
HENRY GRADY'S MOTHER
. HAS GOXE HOME
Atlanta, Feb. 2. Mrs. Anna Eliza
Gartrell Grady, mother of the late
Henry W. Grady, died last night at the
residence of her granddaughter, Mrs.
Eugene R. Black, on Peachtree street.
Mrs. Grady celebrated her eighty eighty-second
second eighty-second birthday only last week, and
until a few weeks ago was enjoying
exceptional health, despite the fact
that her life had been beset with such
griefs and troubles as seldom fall to
the lot of a woman. She bore them all
with characteristic Christian fortitude,
and when the end came she was smil smiling.
ing. smiling. Although her distinguished son
rests in Westview, near Atlanta, she
will be burled in Oconee cemetery, in
Athens, beside her husband and other
There is nothing mysterious about this bank
having money to advance to farmers on good securi security,
ty, security, to enable them to make and market their crops.
The soil produces the wealth that flows into
every channel of trade, and if the farmer does not
receive help when he needs it, theentire country
suffers..; .'j ;" : .-;'.
The short crop "of 1912 puCus on notice that
money would be tight and the farmer would need
help; we cut our cloth accordingly. I
We have taken care of every worthy farmer that
has applied to us from Marion, Citrus and Sumter
counties, and will continue to do so.
THE MDWROE & CHAMBLISS MlM
ARE YOU A COLD SUFFERER?
Take Dr. King's New Discovery. The
best cough, cold, throat and lung med medicine
icine medicine made. Money refunded if It fails
to cure you. Do not hes'tate take it
at our risk. First dose helps. J. R.
W'ells, Floydada, Texas, writes: "Dr.
King's New Discovery cured my terri terrible
ble terrible cough and cold. I gained 15
pounds." Buy it at Tydings & Co. Ad.
Do you know that more real danger
lurks in a common cold than in any
other of the minor ailments? The
safe way is to take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, a thoroughly reliable
preparation, and rid yourself of the
cold as quickly as possible. This rem remedy
edy remedy is for, sale by all dealers. Adv.
We have One of the Prettiest Line of Beds
in the State, Without Excepting any Firm;
w I fe e
We carry over fifty differ different
ent different styles, and nearly as
many different prices.
There are handsome white
enamelled with little or no
brass trimmings, then there
are solid brass beds, the
kind that do not tarnish, and there are pretty dark
green and blue ones, and many other colors and
shades and all of the different shapes and trimmings.
We will take great pleasure in showing you our
line of beds, and can certainly please you in this
M c I VE R & M c KAY
THE FURNITURE AHD HOUSE FURHISHIIIGS STORE
TAX ASSESSOR'S APPOINTMENTS
I will be at th6 following places on
time specified to receive tax returns
30 Martel, 3rd, a. m.
4 Cotton Plant, 3rd, 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, 8th, until 3 p. m.
29 Kendrick, 10th, a. m.
18 2klartin, 10th, p. m.
18 Lowell, 11th, a, m.
2 Reddick, 11th, p. m.
jl Fairfield, 12th, a. m.
31 Irvine, 12th, p. m.
3 Flemington, 13th, a. m.
22 Central, 14th, a. m.
32 Geiger, 14th, p. m.
22 Mcintosh. 12th.
7 Shady, 17th, a. m.
21 Santos, 18th, 8 to 9 a. m.
21 Relleview, 18th, S a. a to 3 p.in
23 Pedro, 19th, a. m.
28 Levon, 19th, p. m.
8 Summerfield. 20th, a. m.
23 Candler, 21st, a. m.
9 Oklawaha, 21st, p. m.
19 Eastlake, 22nd. a. m.
19 Weirsdale, 22nd, p. m.
15 Unadale, 24th, a. m.
10 Moss Bluff, 25th, a. m.
10 Electra, 25th, p. m.
11 Lynne, 26th, 8 to 10 a. in.
11 Grahamville, 26, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
11 Connor, 26th, 1 to 4 p. m.
12 Churchill, 27t2i 11 a. m. to 2 p.m.
27 Eureka, 28th, a. m.
13 Fort McCoy, 28th, p. m.
13 Burbank, 1st, i. m.
17 Oak, 3rd, a. ir.
17 Anthony. 3rd, p. m.
26 Sparr, 4th, a. in.
13 Pine, 4th, p.
16 Cltra, 5th, a. m.
. 14 Orange Springs, 5th, p. m.
1 Ocala, 10th to 31st of March.
The law requires all tax returns to
be made by first day of April.
I got a list of all automobiles that
are registered and you will therefore
save trouble by returning your auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. Alfred Ayer, Assessor.
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StMebaker "35" Touring Car $1350, Delivered
The Six-Passenger Touring Car Enters Ihe Low Priced Zone
SURPRISE YOUR FRIEXDS
For four weeks regularly use Dr.
King's New Life rills. They stimulate
the liver, improve digestion, remove
blood impurities, pimples and erup eruptions
tions eruptions disappear from your face and
body and you feel better. Begin at
once. Buy at Tydings & Co. Adv.
Notice first that this is a six-passenger car. In Instead
stead Instead of the usual five-passenger touring car, we
have chosen this new but far more convenient and
logical plan, of making. the "35" a six-passenger
car, with two seats of the disappearing, collapsible
The body is long and handsome. The upholster upholstering
ing upholstering rich, and the cushions so deep and. comforta comfortable
ble comfortable that it seems incredible that they can be placed
on a $1350 car.
With the 116-inch wheel base, the Studebaker
"35" really enters the big car class. Yet we shall
build 25,000 of this type during the coming year,
and the price is much lower than any other big car
which approaches it.
In the Wagner electric self-starter we have a de device
vice device which has been developed beyond all the little
difficulties which first attended electric self-start
ers. It is simple in operation; has nothing to get
out of order, and will turn the motor 80 revolutions
per minute for 31 minutes. Simply pull a handle
on the steering column and you car .will start.
The electric lights are of a type identical with
those used on the highest priced cars, are lighted
from the storage battery, which forms a part of
the electric system.
The springs, semi-elliptic front, three-quarters
elliptic rear, are so placed that the car is not only
extraordinarily comfortable, but has great "rida "rida-bility"
bility" "rida-bility" even over rough roads.
For power we have the long-stroke motor, full
35 horsepower. The design is in accordance with
the most modern engineering practice. Nothing
better has been developed. Everything is accessible.-
The motor is, we believe, as quiet as any motor
ever offered, and with its 35 horsepower offers the
driver an extraordinary capacity, both for speed
and for surmounting difficult road conditions.
Compared with other cars of the same wheel-base,
the "35" has far more than standard power.
The full floating rear axle not only eliminates
all possibility of axle trouble, but gives this car
precisely the same construction as is used in the
highest priced cars.
In short, the owner of the Studebaker "35". will
be certain that his car equals In every way, and in
body design surpasses, other cars of about the
same size, which are offered at several hundred
dollars higher price.
Studebaker 35 !', Price $950, Delivered
The design and chassis construction of the
Studebaker "25" is precisely similar to both the
Studebaker "35" and the Studebaker "Six." In
quality of chassis material, methods of manufac manufacture
ture manufacture and care in Inspection the "25" Is identical
with the higher priced Studebaker cars.
Because of these facts alone the Studebaker "25"
is taken out of comparison with other cars of the
same price. In every essential of automobile con construction
struction construction it is as good as the Studebaker "35" and
"Six," and that means as good as any cars can be
In proportion to its weight o? 1750 pounds the
'25" has extraordinary power. For ease in handl handling,
ing, handling, "readability," we do not believe it is surpass surpassed
ed surpassed by any car at any price.
Mdreover, the finely upholstered and deeply
cushioned seats are extremely comfortable. There
is no swaying across the road at speed as is fre frequently
quently frequently the case with light cars. The body is of
handsome design, with, ample room in the tonneau
for three passengers. Notice the close resemblance
to our other cars.
As In all Studebaker cars, everything has been
ma d.e, convenient. VTe have equipped the car with
a ga3 primer, which altogether does away with the
objection of hand cranking.
The Studebaker Jiffy curtains on the "25" are
very handy, and from the spark and throttle con controls,
trols, controls, which are on the steering column, to the
30x3 inch Gocdrich tires, uverything about the
car is of the best quality; and will appeal to the
purchaser who knows automobile value when he
We have built the "25" not only for the buyer
who delights in. accessories, but for the great Am American
erican American people who want an unfailing, liandsome,
enduring car at a price within everyone's reach.
The "25" is the kind of a car a man ought to
buy, because it conforms in every way to the high
standards of Studebaker reputation ; and Stude Studebaker
baker Studebaker practice.
No Trouble to Show ihe Cars. We are Prond of Them-
Their Handsome loc&s and Wfcat They Will Do, and we.CnaUenge Ihe World lo Produce
' a Belter Car in Looks or Palling Qaalilies at ANY PRICE.
Call and See The Cars or Write ns.
A. G. ATE9 Ageet, OcMa, Ho
oCAiA inr&sxsd stab; UosdJly, MuiivAiii? iois
IGALA EVENING STAR
Bittinger & Carroll Proprietors.
B. R. Carroll, Business Manager.
J. H. Benjamin, ESItor.
Entered in the postofftce at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mail matter.
It seems utterly impossible that the
waterwagon would break down In
Ocala, and yet such Ss the fact One
would suppose that if it stood the
strain of Jan. 1st and the immediately
succeeding' days, it would be able to
survive the remainder of the year;
however, the Ocala waterwagon broke
down Saturday night just halfway be between
tween between the Ocala House Wine Rooms
and the Banner office, being headed to toward
ward toward the latter place. The worst of It is
that the Star is not able to ascertain
who was riding on the vehicle at the
time, tho one of our reporters, at the
peril of his life, has interviewed sev several
eral several of the largest men in the city. All
produced an alibi, and some of them
produced a club. In the present dry
state of the weather clerk and every everybody
body everybody else, no public spirited person
should try to ride on the water wagon
Children should not be confined in a
school room all day and then be com compelled
pelled compelled to study at home. Teachers only
hear recitations now, and give scholars
lessons to learn,, at home at night.
Home study should be abolished from
the first to the sixth grades. Proper
study at school and rest at home pre prepares
pares prepares the pupils to better retain what
they have learned. I know that home
study is Injurious to the children and
the home Is no place for study. I be
lieve the Woman's Club, Mothers' Club,
and organization can bring about a
great change by showing the school
board the necessity f a change.
Children will sleep better and learn
more if the study Is confined to the
school room. Dixie.
Dixie hits the nail square on the
head In thi3 respect. Overloading the
children with studies, 'some of which
are absolutely useless, Is a great wrong
to the children and a heavy tax on
Though Turkey has consented to
give up about 50,000 square miles of
territory to the allies. Gen. Savon
says: "It becomes evident that the en enemy
emy enemy Is unwilling to yield an inch of
the territory conquered by our victor victorious
ious victorious army." This shows that General
Savon is a progressive democrat.
That dear Times-Union! How It sym sympathizes
pathizes sympathizes with the Turks, the republi republicans
cans republicans and the other reactionaries is
shown in its above polite and round roundabout
about roundabout way of calling a progressive
democrat a hog. But the greater part
of the world seems to think the pro progressives
gressives progressives are trying to oust the hogs
from the troughs and the lands they
have monopolized so long.
Does the Star mean that the state
should supply free books, or merely
act as selling agent direct to the
children? Cutting out freak studies Is
the right course and from observation
most teachers neglect the essentials
for studies which are absolutely use useless
less useless to most children. If more time
was devoted to spelling, reading, arithv
metlc and correcting the children for
using bad grammar, children would
advance more rapidly and In later
years take up Individually if they so
desire the freak studies. Further, most
parents make the fatal mistake of
boasting about their children being
high up when in reality they should be
two or three grades lower, Summer Summer-field
field Summer-field Chronicle.
Th Star thinks the state should
supply the children with books direct.
Every child has a right to an educa education,
tion, education, and it Is to the state's Interest to
see that every child has an education,
but not a few children are kept out of
school thru sheer inability of their
parents to supply them with books.
Buying books for their children has
fcacome a heavy obligation for all par par-nt
nt par-nt in moderate circumstances to
meet, but cutting off the fool studies
would make it lighter for children,
parents and state.
We do not see any mention of Col Colonel
onel Colonel George Harvey, editor of Harper's
Weekly, who first proposed Woodrow
Wilson for president, being called in
consultation with him. Incidentally
we hr.ve not heard that he has been
offered a cabinet portfolio. Banner.
You haven't heard of one being offer offered
ed offered Marse Henry Watterson, either, bave
The deepwater for New Smyrna
meeting held at Sanford Jan. 30 was
largely attended by prominent men
from all over that section. A great
deal of enthusiasm was shown in re regard
gard regard to the enterprise. This port is
needed now, and will be very much
needed in the- future. It is another of
the public Improvements that our peo people
ple people will demand unceasingly until It is
The thanks of the people of Marion
county are due the Tampa Tribune for
the full and fair explanation of the
trial and conviction of the rapist
Johnson it gave to the Macon Tele Telegraph.
graph. Telegraph. The friends of Mrs. H. H. McCreary
will be glad to know that she is now
able to sit up a portion of the time.
She has been In the German Hospital,
Philadelphia, since January 14th, and
n Thursday of the past week she was
permitted to sit by a window and wit witness
ness witness a snow fall. She may be able to
return home within the next ten days
or two weeks Gainesville Sun.
Mrs. McCreary's Ocala friends will
be very glad to see the foregoing.
Claude L'Engle has selected Hugh C.
Sparkman, editor of the Marianna
Leader, as his secretary. In Sparkman
Congressman L'Engle will have a man
who will be active, intelligent and
loyal. Hugh Sparkman is a clean, pro progressive
gressive progressive young democrat, and he will
make many friends at the capital.
Sparkman was one of Congressman
L'Engle's strongest supporters, and he
possesses the qualifications that go to
make a capable secretary. Being as associated
sociated associated with Congressman L'Engle, he
will have many novel experiences, and
will be a part of the good work
The Star, in company with the other
friends Mr. Sparkman made In Ocala
during his res'dence here several
years ago, congratulates him on his
appointment, and doubts not that he
will be a valuable assistant to Flor Florida's
ida's Florida's progressive congressman at large.
knights or cttthias
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castla Hall, over Peyser's Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. IC Sage, IC, R. S. Ad.
AT WOMAN'S Clrti
The regular business meeting of the
Woman's Club held on Saturday after afternoon
noon afternoon was a busy and very interesting
one and was well attended. Some
features In the animal protection re report
port report were very helpful and good to
keep in mind. The care and kindness
shown one thousand horses under the
management of the Ringling circus
that vi3ited Ocala, using no whips and
in removing bits and bridles during
watering time were thought to be very
commendable. Another point was. a
law that exists in Pennsylvania of al
lowing: work horses one day a week or
The educational committee reported
the regular examination of the pupils
of the public schools by the physicians
A report of a similar examination in a
much larger southern city than Ocala
made those interested in the subject
feel gratified, as the comparison was
much in Ocala's favor.
The forestry committee chairman re reported
ported reported that the camphor trees would
be planted around the club house lot
as soon as possible.
The chairman of the Junior Civic
League made a full and interesting re
port. Comfort Lodge is doing well.
The new work that Mrs. Moorhead has
taken up in the interest of the boys
and girls of Ocala and Marion county
refers to the tomato clubs for the girls
and corn clubs for the boys. She is
much encouraged in her work by the
splendid Interest shown by the youn
people wherever she has gone In her
work. She has formed eleven tomato
clubs with 73 members. In order to
give more of her time to working up
the corn clubs also, she appointed the
president of the Junior Civic League,
Miss Mabel Meffert, president of the
first club, the Ocala club, and expects
much help and Interest shown by the
young president and her club mem
The committee to look into the ad advisability
visability advisability of a park in the northern
part of Ocala reported that just now
the offer made by Mr. Seymour could
not be accepted, although hia public
spirit was highly appreciated. The
question of a park for each ward of
the city was thought to be the best
way for a beginning. A permanent
committee was thought to be timely,
and the following ladles were appoint appointed
ed appointed by the president: Mesdames D. I.
Smith, Wm. II. Hocker, Chas. II. Lloyd
and S. T. Sistrunk.
The demonstration fair to be given in
March was discussed. The club expects
to have this fair every year as a fea feature
ture feature of Its work. Much interest and
enthusiasm have been shown by our
wide awake merchants and the success
of the fair seems assured.
Tho yearly attraction under the
auspices of the club will be Miss Mac-
Millen's engagement on Friday, Feb.
21st, at the Temple Theater. Miss Mac Mac-Millen
Millen Mac-Millen has been here before, so a
crowded house is expected to welcome
her back to Ocala.
Under the attractive leadership of
Mrs. ZewadskI, the half-hour of par parliamentary
liamentary parliamentary law was Instructive and
The bostesse3 for the afternoon, Mrs.
Groves and Mrs. Perdue, served delic delicious
ious delicious fruit cake and tea and assisted
much In making the afternoon enjoy enjoyable.
able. enjoyable. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Merchants' Cafe, A. C. L. dpot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour. Ad.
UUI SOON OR DE SORRY
Prices of all unsold lake front lots
at Lake Weir will be advanced Jan January
uary January 15th. R. I Martin, Merchants'
block, Ocala, Fla. 1-13-14
A real washing machine on exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition In the old Air Dome on Oklawaha
avenue, opposite court house, Ocala,
Fla. We invite the public to come
and see us demonstrate the machine,
ltw JOHN DEISCH,
Representing the Royal Laundry Ma Machine
chine Machine Co., Constantlne, Mich.
ADVANCE STYLES IN SHOES
I have received and have now on
display some handsome new advance
styles In men's low-quarter shoes In
patent leather, gun metal, tan and
Russia calf, in the four and five-
dollar grades. Quality, style and fit
guaranteed. Little's Shoe Parlor.
"Where you buy shoes that fit and
benefit." 1-17-tf dw
Pure Home Made Lard per can. ,30c
Cream of .Wheat. ............. 15c
Seven Bars Lenox Soap.. .25c
3 lbs. White House Coffee. ..$1.05
Six Bars Expost Borax Soap. . .25c
2 Cans -lb. Ocean Gem Salmon 25e
2 Cans Sunbeam Salmon 35c
3 Pkgs. Jello or Ice Cream Pwdr.25c
3 Cans Hominy. .25c
2 Cans Sunbeam Shrimp. ..... .25c
1-lb. Pkg. Sunbeam Soda. ...... .5c
3 Pkgs. Sunbeam Mince Meat. ,25c
3 Pkgs. Sunbeam Corn Flakes. .25c
1 Pkg. Sunbeam Oatmeal. 10c
1 Bottle Sunbeam Boiled Cider. .35c
4 -lb Van Houten's Cocoa 25c
$2 -lb. Van Houten's Cocoa 45c
1 lb. Van Houten's Cocoa .85c
2 Dots. 10c Size Lemon Extract. 15c
2 Bots. 10c Size Vanila Extract. .15c
1 Bot. 25c. Size Lemon Extract. .20c
1 Bot. 25c Size Vanila Extract, ,20c
1 lb. Cracker Boy Coffee 30c
1 lb. White House Coffee 40c
2 lbs. White House Coffee 75c
1 Glass Beachnut Bacon 35c
1 Glass Beachnut Beef 35c
1 Can Beachnut Beans 10c
Beachnut Peanut Butter 10c 15c 25c
Beachnut -pint Catsup 15c
Beachnut Apple Jelly 15c
Beachnut Grape Jelly 20c
Beachnut Quince, Red Currant
and Grape (individual size) .10c
Beachnut Cranberry Sauce 25e
Large Bucket Snowdrift... ...$us
! Pound Meal or Grit 25c
13 Whole Rice... . .Sl.OO
17 Pound Japan Rice Sl.OO
Eggs 20 cis. per Dozen
Commencing Til on day
and Until Further Notice.
WORK WILL REC03IMENC15
Building tke Xw Hospital Will Prob
ably Pattlt to a'ConetuRion
The board of directors, their wives,
the ladies auxiliary board and their
husbands and eight physicians of the
city, met Saturday evening at the home
of Mrs. Clarence Camp, chairman of the
ladies' auxiliary board of the Marion
County Hospital Association.
This meeting was very enthusiastic
and the result is that work will be re
sumed on the handsome new home of
the hospital at once by the contractors.
Messrs. Mclver & MacKay. The building
will be pushed to completion and the
board will not rest till the hospital is
finished and completely equipped.
When this Is done, Ocala will have by
far the best hosp'tal south of Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. .At this meeting is was decided to
have engraved $10,000 worth of six per
cent bonds, to run for ten years. A
sinking fund of ten' per cent will be
provided for, which will retire the
bonds when they are due The bonds
will be issued In convenient denomi denominations
nations denominations so that all who wish to assist
the worthy enterprise can do so and
also be enabled to take advantage of
the excellent opportunity for a safe
Investment at a reasonable interest as
the property owned by the hospital as association
sociation association will be more than ample se security
curity security for the bonds.
The members at Saturdas's meeting
practically assured the taking up of
one-half of the bonds 'among those
then present and it is thought the en entire
tire entire Issue" will be placed within a very
It will be good news to every one in
Ocala to know that this splendid work
will now be carried forward to a rapid
CALENDAR OP THE YACHT CLUB
The winter calendar of the social
activities of the Lake Weir Yacht Club
has been prepared by the executive
committee. The events were opened
by the commodore's reception, tendered
by Commodore and Mrs. Goodwin to
the members of the club on last Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night at the club house at
Eastjake. A very handsome loving
cup was presented to the commodore
as an evidence of the esteem in which
the members of the eiub hold his ef efforts
forts efforts in behalf of the organization.
The club house will be open every
Thursday afternoon during February
and March from 3 to 5 o'clock for in informal
formal informal cards and tea. Tea and wafers
will be served by ladies of the club In
turn and it is especially desired that
these informal open-air afternoons at
the club house be largely attended.
The Ocala members- will be cordially
welcomed on these occasions and at all
other of the social and business events.
The calendar follows. It should be
preserved by all club members, as no
further notification will be given.
Tuesday, February 4, 5 p. m. Picnic
at Hotel Lakeside, Weirsdale. Dancing
Tuesday, ; February 11, 7:30 p. m.
Annual meeting. Dancing and cards.
Saturday, February 22, 6 p. m. Pic Picnic
nic Picnic supper and Washington Birthday
address. Dancing. Club house.
Wednesday, February 26, 7:30 p. m.
Entertainment at home of C. E. Con Connor,
nor, Connor, North Lake.
Wednesday, March 5, 7:80 p. m, m,-Dramatic
Dramatic m,-Dramatic entertainment by Weirsdale
talent, under direction of Miss Flor Florence
ence Florence Schnitzler. Admission, 25 cents.
Benefit building fund. Club house.
Wednesday, March 12, 4 p. m. Splash,
party. Picnic supper, 6 p. m. Club
Monday, March 17, 7:30 p. m. St.
Patrick's Day entertainment, by Mrs.
N. A. Callison of Gainesville. Charac Character
ter Character sketches and music. Admission,- 25
cents. Benefit building fund. Club
Thursday, March 20 Afternoon and
evening. Easter bazar supper.- Benefit
building fund. Cub house.
Wednesday, March 27 Annual fish
fry at Lemon Island, 12 m, Guests of
John L. Carney.
SOBIE FINE MACHINES FOR SALE
We have a brand new, 25-Inch Chand Chandler
ler Chandler & Price paper cutter and a seven seven-column
column seven-column stereotyping outfit, complete
except furnace, taken n with another
shop. Will sell either or both cheap
for cash. Writ at once If interested.
Ocala Star, Ocala, Fla.
FOR RENT Two large, nicely fur furnished
nished furnished rooms. Close in. Address, X.
Y. Z., care Star. 1-31-tf
ROOMS FOR RENT Large furnish furnished
ed furnished rooms, 116, corner Sanchez and S.
second street. l-30-6t
LOST Between hospital and R. S.
Hall's office, automobile crank. If
found leave at this office. W. A. Jeff Jeff-coat.
coat. Jeff-coat. WANTED To buy 500 to 3000 acres
of good, general farming land, close to
transportation. Owners' Realty Com Company,
pany, Company, 410 Franklin St.. Tampa, Fla.
FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. 161 S.
3rd St.. east. 1-31-tf
HOUSE FOR RENT Nice large
house in first ward on North Third
street. Large lot; rent reasonable. Ap Apply
ply Apply to S. S. Savage, Jr. 1-28-tf
LOST, A SILVER CARD CASE
Monogram R. R. D. on outside; cards
enclosed.. Finder will please return to
Rev. W. IL Dodge No. 78 Fort King
avenue and receive reward. 1-21
For a spra'n you will find Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Liniment excellent. It allays
the pain, removes the soreness, and
soon restores the parts to a healthy
condition. 25 and 50 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Adv.
See our classy line of stationery. It
is without an equal, and its at the
Court Pharmacy. Ad.
Here is a message of hope and good
cheer from Mrs. C. J. Martin, Boone
Mill, Va., who is the mother of eight eighteen
een eighteen children. Mrs. Martin was cured of
stomach trouble and constipation by
Chamberlain's Tablets after five years
of suffering, and now recommends
these tablets to the public. Sold by
all dealers. Adv.
Five reels and vaudeville. Temple
Many beautiful pieces of hand hand-painted
painted hand-painted china at Burnett, the jewel jeweler's.
er's. jeweler's. Ad.
This is the season of the year when
mothers feel very, much concerned
over,th frequent cold3 contracted by
their children, and have abundant rea reason
son reason for It as every cold weakens the
lungs, lowers the vitality and paves
the way for the more serious diseases
that so often follow. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy 13 famous for its cures,
and is pleasant and safe to take. For
sal by all dealers. Adv.
INDICATIONS AHI THAT
TWINS W ILL BE ARRESTED
On February 7th for "Exeeedlas the
Judging from the intense interest
that is being manifested by the people
in the auction sale of 100 lots on Fri Friday,
day, Friday, Feb. 7th, at 10 a. m., by the Caro Carolina
lina Carolina Development Co., sales directors
for Dr. Chace, the famous "Twin Auc Auctioneers,"
tioneers," Auctioneers," who sell a lot a minute, are
likely to increase it to two lots a
minute, thereby exceeding the speed
limit and causing their own arrest.
The people are going to buy and there
will be hundreds on hand to bid on
these beautiful lots. Indications are
that a great many people from out of
town will be with us on that date to
make some purchases as every one who
is at all familiar with this property
(the old Moody place) realize that it is
bound to enhance rapidly In value by
reason of its logical location.
Mr. Appleyard tells us that quite a
large number of very appropriate
names for this beautiful suburb reach
him daily, and that several letters
from out-of-town people have been re received
ceived received asking at what time the sale
would start and advising that they
would be on hand when the first lot
The pretty gold watch which Is to
be given the person guessing the near
est to what the first lot will sell for
was put on display at Rheinauer's to
day along with the silver tea service.
XOTICE TO VETERANS
Col. II, W, Long desires the Star to
say to the veterans of Marlon Camp,
No. 56, that General A, D. Williams
will meet "with the camp next Tues
day morning, at 10 o'clock, Feb. 4th,
and will be glad to have a full attend
ance of the members of the camp. The
general will also be pleased to meet
the president of Dickison Chapter, U.
D. C and as many members of the
chapter as can meet with the veterans.
He has some very Important commun
ications to submit to them.
Five reels and vaudeville, Temple
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 5
The Favorite Emotional Actress
Her Second Year in
THE GREAT DRAMA OF MOTHER
351 Nights, Lyric Theatre,
New York City, 231 Nights,
Grand Opera House, Chicago,
160 Nights, Tremont St. Thea
PRICES 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50
Tickets on Sale at Court
, J V Pharmacy
THURSDAY, FEB. 6
Under Auspices of Womans Club
PRICES 50e, 75c, $1 00 and S1.50
This magniJEcent new shop is
now open for business The
best equipped shop in the city.
Through sanitary, modern in
every respect. Hot and Cold
"First Class Workmen"
V. C. DETTERICB, Prop.
Harrington Hall Hotel
DR. D. M. BONEY
Optometry Office and Labormtory
9 to 12 a, m., 1:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2-6 Gary Buliaing, Ocala, -Pla.
1 -'MltdA 4fl
-rf. .. ...
wThe Fortune Ilontcr" One of tfae Beat
Attraetlons of the Season
"The Fortune Hunter," which will be
presented to an Ocala audience at the
Temple Theater tomorrow nigrht for
the first time, is undoubtedly one of
the best attractions booked fpr the
Temple this season. A member of the
Star force saw this play at the Gaiety
Theater, New York, when John Barry Barry-more
more Barry-more was playing the title role. It is
clean, wholesome, pathetic and amus-i
ing and tells a sweet little story of
every-day life that appeals to alL The
personnel of the company coming to
Ocala is said to be excellent and the
scenery and effects are very pretty. We
predict that all who see "The Fortune
Hunter" will be well pleased. Seats
are now on sale at the Court Pharmacy.
Five Reels and Vaudeville Temple
Besides the five fine reels of high
class pictures, western, comedy and
drama there will be one of the most
novel and interesting: vaudeville acts
that has ever .come to Ocala, Lieuten
ant Nordwall and little TVilhemina, the
Dutch couple that are walking around
the world.' Don't fail to hear the dainty
Dutch girl sing the popular English
songs, and hear Lieutenant Nordwall
relate his thrilling experiences while
on his trip around the world. Doors
open aj; ;45, so come early. Ama Amateurs
teurs Amateurs Friday.
Madame X Wednesday Ight
"ijadame X," tne great ; drama pf
mpther.-love, the most successful play
of the noted novelist and dramatist,
Alexander Bisson, is ftnnpunced fof
presentation here on Wednesday eve
ning Feb. 5th, with the original pro production,
duction, production, so the public have assurance
of a perfect performance when
"Madame X" comes to town.
PauJ Gilmpre, America's foremost
actor-rmanager, producer and stage dl
rector, wiU appear at the Temple
Theater Thursday, Feb. 6th, in If. S.
Sheldon's powerful drama, "ThS
"The Havoc," according to the Inde
pendent Magazine, touches t.e high
water mark of American drama. It is,
said Munsey's -Magazine last year, an
exceptionlly fine play, said the New
York-Times. Mr. Gilmore has -done
nothing more powerful or artistict in
his whole career than this portrait of
an Intense, almost saturnine man, who
is plunged into the depths, but has the
Intelligence to await the time for a
vengeance more powerful than one of
his own immediate execution.
The production is made with Mr,
GilmcT.c'5" well known genuls for de details
tails details and Is such an exact reproduction
from life that an audience feels as
though It were pearing into the living
rooms of a gen'us' house.
Port lnglis, Jan. SLEntered: Aus
trian S. S. "Lodovica" from Philadel Philadelphia;
phia; Philadelphia; will load a cargo of phosphate
rock for Fiuma.
Cleared: Norwegian S- S. Trold" with
cargo of 4850 tons of phosphate rock
for Cork and Helsingborg.
BIG FIRE IN 8AVANXAII
Savannah, Ga., Feb. 3. Fast blaokr
enlng heaps of smoking ashes, a quar quarter
ter quarter of a mile In length and 200 yarda in
width, are all that remain today of the
wharves of the Merchants and Miners
Transportation Company, which burn burned
ed burned early yesterday morning. The fire,
which originated near the main en entrance
trance entrance of the wharves, waa discovered
shortly after 1 o'clock, but spread so
rapidly that the possibility of saving
the wharves was soon passed. Within
less than thirty minutes the Merchants
and Miners wharves were destroyed,
and the flames had spread to the Plant Planters
ers Planters rice mill, which also burned. Seven
warehouses, owned by the Central of
Georgia and leased to vai'ous compa companies,
nies, companies, were destroyed, together with
their contents. The entire loss will
reach f 1,500,000.
Dk. w. ic. utsns
Specialist Eye Bar, Nose and Taroat
Of flea. Law Library Bldg, Ocala Ad.
SITUATION WANTED Young man
with several years experience as man manager
ager manager and bookkeeper in commissary
work desires a position. Best of ref references
erences references furnished. Address P. O. Box
115, Baldwin, Fla. 1-20-lm
ROOMS FOR RENT
ROOMS FOR RENT Furnished
room for light housekeeping. 161 S.
Third street, east. 1-20-tf
FOR RENT Three rooms, second
floor, furnished for housekeeping. City
and cistern water. Glllen, No. I South
Fifth street- 1-13
The Texas Wonder ures Kidney and
bladder trouble, removing gTavel,
cures diabetes, weak and lame backs,
rheumatism and all Irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder In both men
and women. Regnlates bladder trou troubles
bles troubles in children.' If not sold by your
druggist, will be sent by, mall on re receipt
ceipt receipt of -Jl. One small bottle Is two
months' treatment and seldom falls to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from this and other states. Dr, E. W.
nail. 209 Olive street, SL Louis, Mo.
Sold by all druggists. Ad.
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TUESDAY, FEB. 4
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..WINCH ELL SMITH
The Play That Has
beis on bale ai ine court rnsrmacy
PRICES 50, 75, $1 .00, $1 .50
Call up Phoae 300 and Let
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We-Guarantee (o Save You Uonejf 'on AnjvWqrk In Oat lines i
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Am vre employ aeae bat expert we are in poIHn to urnitreatee e s
ery pleee of work we eoaatroet to Mauri the Innpertlou of tbe mun(
rljtlrt loMpeetora. It eoata nothluc to set our figurpa, nad ra are tfce
winner, whether we aeeure the contract or. not. lilve a a trial.
FOUT KIXG BIX)CK
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Order a China Dinner or Breakfast
Set with your Initial on same.
We have just received another carload of stocK. This
car contained some exceptionally fine horses and mules,
selected in person, in the Atlanta markets by Mr. Tomp
kins. Call at the barns and
selection is larg and pick out what you need. :
The Animals are Guaranteed and the Prices and
Terras are; Right?... Respectiully,
I submit herewith my answer as to
words mis-spelled in your issue of this
date in press comments on 'The Havoc
and .... .--.vi
Made Millions Laugh it
us Give an Estimate on Yoar
CHINA DINNER SETS
look the drove over, while the
. GCAlA ETESisa 8TAK, HOXDAi; FEBRUAIir 3, 191S
" The Ideal Plan
After having a Savings Account at The Commercial
Bank for several months I am convinced I have struck the
ideal way to save money. I deposit every pay day. I am
not tempted to spend foolishly. I can have my money if I
really need it. It is earning 4 per cent, interest. The in interest
terest interest is added to the principal each three months. I do
not have to worry about losing either interest or principal.
The bank is accommodating and on several occasions
has given me some excellent advice. I have saved more
in a few months than in all the rest of my life.
Many of my friends have started savings accounts If
any one asks me the best way to save, I say,
TEE WAY TO SAVE II AVE AN ACCOUNT WITH
einaaer ur ko.
Are Showing for Spring 1913
An Exquisite Line of
Ladles' 1 -Piece Bresses
In White and Fancy Serges
A Full Assortment of
Ladies' Muslin Underwear
Also Embroideries, Laces and White Goods
Specially Low Prices
The Latest Styles in
ILaclte'g Foot wear
Made by Wichert &. Gardiner
i 1 1 -- -
An Inspection of the Above Lines
: : : Invited : : : f
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
Five reels and
An elegant line of rings, bracelets
and pins at Burnett's. Ad-
Mr. A- It. Griffin of Anthony is in the
city this week, serving- on the Jury.
Toilet articles, manicure sets, fine
combs and brushes, all guaranteed
goods, at the Court Pharmacy. Ad.
Fearl tooth brashes are sold at
Gerlg'a Drug Stores at 25c. and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ad-
Stop coughing by using Cherry Bark
Cough Syrup. Sold only at the Rexall
Mr. O. B. Ilowse is acting as day
clerk at the Harrington for a few.. days,
in the absence of Mr. MacArthur, who
has gone to Tampa.
" Solid and filled chains, the best for
the money, and guaranteed as repre represented.
sented. represented. A. E. Eurnett. Ad.
Mr. Bruce Meffert, who has been
confined to his bed for the past ten
days with a severe illness, has begun
to Improve, and hopes to soon be out
White Pine and Tar Cough Syrup
will stop that cough. Try a bottle at
the Court Pharmacy. Ad.
It has passed Into a proverb that we
never have any cold weather after the
yellow jessamines bloom, and the
woods around Ocala are full of the
sunshiny flowers. However, there have
been false prophets.
The Glllespie-Kinport touring party
ifrom New York and Philadelphia, who
were at the Ocala House Saturday
, night, numbered thirty-five people
They left for South Florida on Sunny Sunny-ijim
ijim Sunny-ijim Sunday morning.
Five reels and
CLOSING THE CONTEST
Hake All Your Anftwera for the Havoc
Heady Wedaeday MoruInK
The contest for the seats for the
"Havoc," at the Temple Thursday night
has been prolonged another day to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, Tuesday, Feb. 4.
Mistakes today In advertisements of
F. W. Ditto and the Partridge-Neville
Cut out advertisements and readers
with mistakes in them, and attach
them, those of each issue to each day's
coupon. Mark mistakes plainly on the
margin, and fill out each coupon fully.
Tomorrow afternoon, when you have
all the papers, look over the list of
mistakes and write, if you can, a short
story bringing in the misspelled words.
The best story and the best list of
words takes the first prize, the next
the second, and so on. If you can't
write a story send in a list of words.
The best story won't take the first
prize without a full list of words, and
so on, down the line.
Send In your lists and stories as
early as you can Wednesday morning.
They will be passed on by Impartial
judges, whose names will not be dis disclosed.
No person connected with the Start
office has anything to do with the con contest,
test, contest, nor will anyone remotely related
to anyone in It be allowed to com compete.
pete. compete. Prizes will be awarded as follows:
First prize, five seats.
Second prize, four seats.
Third prize, two seats.
Fourth prize, one seat.
HIS Ml! AFFAIRS
Baptist iSewIajr Circle Entertained by
Mrs. W. M. Gober, at her attractive
cottage on Washington street, was the
delightful hostess with whom the la ladies
dies ladies of the Baptist sewing circle met
this afternoon. It was the monthly
business meeting and after all busi business
ness business of the flourishing organization
had been attended to, the members en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed a social hour, the main feature
being & rose contest which was clever cleverly
ly cleverly planned by Mrs. Gober. Each ques question
tion question had to be answered with the name
of a rose. Wh'le the ladies were solv solving
ing solving the questions, Mrs. Gober, assist assisted
ed assisted by her house guest, Miss Thurman
and Mrs. Long, served grapejuice punch
with whipped cream and cherries and
orange and chocolate cake and Ice tea.
EMMETT HAS THE IDEAL AGAIN
Mr. Emmett Robinson and his uncle,
Mr. Li. It. Robinson have bought out
Mr. Adams, and will take charge of the
Ideal tomorrow. Mr. I. It. Robinson
will give his personal attention to the the-picture
picture the-picture shows and other attractions
of the neat and popular little theater.
He is an old hand at the business,
has had plenty of experience in New
York and other big cities, and will
make the Ideal equal to anything of
its size in the United States.
The dignity of men depends upon the
manner in which they do commonplace
' things.- ;
The paying of one's bills by check -adds
dignity to the dealings of any man,
which the use of currency lacks.
We suggest a personal checking ac account.
THE OCALA .MTIOWAL Mm
CAPITAL FCIL PAID IN fTSOO.
H. D. STOKES, Cashir.
I EDWARDS, Pres. CLARENCE CAMP. Vie Prt.
AXDERSOX DRUGSTORE OPEXED
I The study class of the Woman's Club
! will meet at the club rooms at 3
; o'clock tomorrow afternoon. All mem members
bers members of the Woman's Club are eligible
to membership and will be welcomed
at the meeting. American literature ia
the subject for study.
Ocala : : : Florida
y Mr.' II. M. Hampton is not on
; fvst elass law.yer but a competent and J
! successful grfrdner. A Star reporter
I has recently seen some of the straw straw-i
i straw-i berries raised by Mr. Hampton. They
were almost! asJarge-as long peaches,
and of as--line a flavor as were ever
Look at our line or Tox" stationery
j before making your purchase. : -Most
anything you want can be found at the
Court Pharmacy. Ad.
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Tqwp property, Improved ana un-
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Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Grove3 for sale at most any anything
thing anything that you wish, on terms to
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
Agent for a dozen of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the. land
thoroughly competent to care for your insurance business.
Will be pleased to care for your business in any of these lines.
F. W. DITTO PJione 285 OCALA, FLA.
All the patients at the hospital are
doing well. Mrs. T. Z. L. Barr is slow
ly improving. Mrs. Arthur Perry of
Citra, who was operated on yesterday,
is doing well. Mr. P. M. Harp grows
steadily better. Miss Lydie McDougald
will be able to go home soon. Mrs.
Robert McDougald is doing well. One
physician had a most difficult operation
to. perform Sunday, on a negro woman
who had a complication of diseases
and whose life hung by a thread. The
operation was successful, and if the
woman has enough vitality, she will
Mr. W. B. Boney, a brother of Dr. D.
M. Boney, after an absence of eleven
years returned to the city and has
opened the Dr. William Anderson
drugstore for Mrs. Anderson.
Mr. Boney since leaving Ocala has
been in the drug business in New Or Orleans
leans Orleans and New York. He is a register registered
ed registered pharmacist in five states and has
had thirty years experience. Dr. Bon Boney
ey Boney thoroughly understands the drug
business and is one of the most pains painstaking
taking painstaking and thorough pharmacists In
Remember that this popular -drug
store is now open and watch for their
Special advertising each day.
MEETING OP STOCKHOLDERS
he stockholders of the OcalaT Iron
Works held their annualjmeeting in the
office of Secretary D.-'S. -Wood row This
morning. The attendance' was good
and the affairs of. the iron works were
found to be in excellent shape, and
Manager Simmons is to be congratu congratulated
lated congratulated on the showing he has made.
I1APTIST SILVER TEA
A silver tea will be held at the resi residence
dence residence of Mrs. Henry Livingston
Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock by the
ladies of the Baptist church. Candy
will be sold. The public is cordially
For first class automolrtle service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.
See Ocnla lray o. 11 and 25 for
transfer work, movlne and haallnc of
all kinds.. Tho. Johnson, Manager.
Succe Furniture Co," or 113 Wet
Five reels and
.The regular monthly silver tea giV-M
en oy me laaiesTpi St. Margaret s Uuild
'of the Episcopal' church was held this
afternoon from .3 -to 6 o'clock at the
apartments ofilrs. J. T. Lancaster on
Fort King avenue.jhe'rboms were
p"r eTtnaecbrate3"'swith potted plants
and cut flowers, roses predominating.
The callers were met at the front
door by Mrs. George Pasteur and ii ii-vited
vited ii-vited into the parlor where Mrs. Lan Lancaster
caster Lancaster informally received, assisted by
all the guild members. During the
hours Miss Lily Bailey, who is a tal talented
ented talented violinist, played several beauti beautiful
ful beautiful selections and' playing with her
was Miss Marie Burnett. Miss Sidney
Harold instrumental piano pieces were
also a delightful feature of the after
In the dining- room "chocolate an
coffee were poured by Mrs. G. T,
Maughs and Mrs. Harold, president and
vice president of the guild, during the
flrst hour, and by Mrs. Pasteur and
Mrs. Von Engelken during the last
hour. The table was lovely with Its
appointments of s'lver, china and lace
mats. It was centered with a Renais Renaissance
sance Renaissance piece, in the middle of which
was a tall arrangement of gorgeous
pink and white roses. Bon-bon dishes
filled with pink and white mints were
on the corners. Passing the chocolate
and coffee were Misses "Dorothy Lan Lancaster,
caster, Lancaster, Gladys Drake and Evelyn
Hodges and served with it was whipped
cream, sandwiches, cake and mints.
The tray for the silver offering was
in the parlor and the total made a nice
little sum. The afternoon was one of
pleasure for the guild members as well
as the guests who called.
Mrs. L M. Murray had the Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian sewing, circle to meet with her
at 3 o'clock this afternoon at the Arms
House, where she makes her home.
While the ladies were working at their
various articles of fancy work, bon bonbons
bons bonbons and candies-were greatly enjoyed.
The Methodist sewing circle had a
pleasant meeting this .afternoon with
Mrs. W. W. Stripling at the home of
Mrs. W. T. Gary. Before adjourning
Mrs. Stripling, assisted by her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Ellen and Mrs. Gary served ice
cream and cake.
Mrs. James Badger of Oldtown came
yesterday to be with her cousin, Mrs.
E. M, Howard,
Miss Lilly Roux left th's afternoon
for Gainesville to visit Mrs. Dr. Barrs.
She went especially to attend the Chau Chautauqua,
tauqua, Chautauqua, the meeting of which she an annually
nually annually attends.
Mr. Wallace Stovall came up from
Tampa and spent Sunday with his
mother and sister.
Mr. Max Fishel has arrived from
Alabama to spend a fortnight with
is Mr. Fishel's first visit home since
.last spring and he is receiving a cor-
Mlial welcome from- his ifjjgnds.
Mr. W. R. Winter of Santos and MnO
Mattie Fjpcser were married this morn morning
ing morning at lbv4'clock at the residence of
the bridej$ brother-in-law, Mr. S. E.
Fraser ''of this city. Rev Bunyan,
Stephens officiated. y
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cole are recent ar arrivals
rivals arrivals from Chicago and will spend a
month in Ocala.
jfDr. H. C. Howard of Champaign, IlL
arrived jeserday to be at the bedside
of his dtuihter-in-law. Mrs. E. M.
Howard, wjio has been critically ill'.
r riudj. i i maicauon oi a
?iangeTcrrthl better has been detect
ed yet, which news will be received
with profound sorrow by the friends
of the Howard family.
Miss Josie Bullock is visiting Mrs.
Walter Green at Plant City. Tomorrow
evening Miss Bullock will be one of
the attractive visitors participating In
the Gasparilla ball to be given in Tampa-
Misses Shelly and Pansy Souter were
the guests of their aunt, Miss Fanny
Clark from Saturday until Sunday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Miss Souter teaches at Red Red-dick
dick Red-dick and Miss Pansy Souter teaches In
Dunnellon and also has a large music
Mr. Wilbur Smith has returned to.
Tampa after a visit of" three days
here with relatives and friends.
Mrs. Richards of Memphis, Tenn.,
left for her home this afternoon after
a short visit with relatives, Mrs. J. V.
Tarver and family. Her visit was
shortened on account of the critical
illness of a -devoted friend with whom
she resides. Mrs. Richards Is a reader
of rare ability and those who were
fortunate enough to hear her while
she was in Ocala, hope that she will
again visit here in the near future..
Miss Brooks has
Weir after a brief
returned to Lake
visit with Miss
Rev. James K. Glass was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Schreiber while
In Ocala to fill his weekly Sunday ap appointment
pointment appointment at Grace Episcopal church.
Miss Bettie Mclver returned at noon
from a short visit to relatives and
friends at Lake Weir..
Mr. C H. Dame left today for Tampa,
where he will spend the next three
Misses Lois and Clara Epperson of
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Fishel. It ; Williston and their guest, Miss Berry
of Tennessee, will come to Ocla to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow to visit Mrs. Louis Home for
a few days.
' Mrs. E. II. Mote, who was called to
Baltimore several weeks ago on ac-
leount of the serious illness of a rela
tive, has returned to her home In Lees Lees-burg.
Mr. and Mrs. .Louis Frank' end
daughter, Miss Syria Frank arrived
this afternoon to visit Mrs. Leon
FisheL Mrs. Frank's niece, for few
Drs. Walter and Van Hood enjoyed a
few days visit from Mr. James Swint
of Chipley, Ga., a friend f their boy boyhood
hood boyhood days. Mr. Swint Is a ptosperous
planter and merchant. He has spent
two weeks in various parts of Florida,
having visited DeLand, Sanford, Lake
George, Webster, Coleman and Lees Lees-burg,
burg, Lees-burg, and it delighted with the state.
Mr. Swint will probably establish a
winter home in the state.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Goddard left Sat
urday morning for Fort Myers, where
Mr. Goddard will take charge of one of
the leading hotels of the flourishing
semi-tropical city. Mr. and Mrs. God
dard have been In Ocala about three
years. They are most pleasant people
and the friends they have made here
lose them with regret.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ditto of Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, who havspent two winters In
the city, are Intown for the remainder
of the winteThey are stopping at
Mrs. T. M. Moore's boarding house on
Fort King avenue.
Mr. Robert McDougald spent the
week end in the city visiting his wife,
who is ill at the Marlon County' Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital. -'' f'r
m m : s s
Major T. C. Hall and son Troy passed
through Ocala today en route to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville on a business trip.
,T Saturday fcfteimotm lhB. Y. P. U.
held a ten-cent'party on the lawn- at
the church. About forty children were
present. A short devotional service
was held after which there 'were var various
ious various games played, and each child
brought ten cents worm or iruifana
cakes and a nice repast was fixed up
by the committee in charge, who were
Mrs. A. J. Brigance, Misses Claude
O'Niel and Mabel Aiken. The afternoon
was closed by singing a few songs.
A year's subscription "will be" given
to the person who sends in to the "Star
the best reason why they should "pur "purchase
chase "purchase a lot in the Chace subdivision to
be sold at Auction Friday, Fb, 7th.
Answers must be mailed to the Star by
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Directions on Each Package,
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Then a squeal cf gles and a whoop of joy
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j Atfcor of 1
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I Coapaoy 1
On the next Saturday morning James
Sheeban, found guilty of conspiracy to
falsify election returns, was summoned
to bar and sentenced to four months'
"bard labor" in the county workhouse.
But before the appeal which he took
had been refused by the higher court
he had left Benton county for parts nn nn-known.
known. nn-known. John sought refuge In the cubbyhole
that. Benton county provides ,for its
"(district attorneys. With a sense of re relief
lief relief he filed away his notes on the
Sheehan case in a cabinet marked
"Finished Business." Then he threw
himself Into a chair and began to take
Sheehan's eyes haunted him. John
was a normal young man, and he wa3
capable of knowing the joy of a task
well done- But not this sort of task!
Fie could find no elation in a triumph
won at the cost of direct personal mis misery
ery misery to others. There was Slayton, for
sample, a handsome, pleasant young
man who looked the criminal not at
alL He had not had the courage to
stand trial, and he had broken bail and
fled, leaving a sick wife. She and the
child born since the father's flight now
lay together in a grave. Slayton had
not dared to return. Terhaps he did
not even know of the double tragedy.
In his dreams John often saw Slayton's
hunted face as it must now appear.
He became conscious that his head
was aching, that he was tired all over,
every nerve In his body throbbing. For
more than six months, ever since his
election, he had been working Inces Incessantly,
santly, Incessantly, feverishly toward this day. The
release from strain allowed his mal maltreated,
treated, maltreated, protesting body to be heard.
He got up and left the office, as though
fleeing from the problem.
He laid a roundabout course away
from Main street out Into the country.
He tramped determinedly along the
pike, filling his lungs with the tonic
air. It had been a good "growing sea season."
son." season." His way took him between
fields of clean young corn and barley
and oats and occasional cool, green
A farmer, driving a pair of heavy
farm horses doing duty at the tongue
of a squeaky spring wagon, rattled up
"Howdy, John! Want a lift?"
"nowdy. 'III! No. thank you. Just
taking a little exercise and soaking in
Cranshawe reined in his team. John
."Little mite too smart fer 'era today,
"They had been so bold, they made
Cranshawe nodded. "Be smarter next
time, I reckon 'f we give 'em a chanct.
F we give 'em a chanct," he repeated
reflectively. "Us farmers, we're f eelin
purty good about these trials. Feel
like we didn't make any mistake last
"Murchell says you forget," John
"Be'n at ye a'ready, has he?' Cran Cranshawe
shawe Cranshawe asked shrewdly, "ne'll be at
ye harder, before ye're through. Ye
got 'em scared. Mebby we'll fergit an
then mebby we won't But I guess
that's our lookout, not yours. So fur's
ye're concerned, all ye got to do is go
ahead an' try to finish up the job ye've
started. 'F we don't do our part, I
guess we won't have nobody to blame
"The question is. am I big enough
for the job?"
"No, that ain't the question," Cran Cranshawe
shawe Cranshawe contradicted quickly. "Be "Because
cause "Because that can't be answered till ye've
tried The question is, are ye goin' to
be scared out by a job because it's big.
or are ye goin' to keep up what ye've
started? F ye don't, there ain't any anybody
body anybody else-to do it An we'll soon be
back where we started."
John nodded slowly. Cranshawe did
not pursue the point.
"I see Steve Hampden's back," he
remarked casually. "That girl o his
was at the trial. Came in late an' had
to stand by the door where I was
standin. She was with some young
city feller. Seen her at the rally last
fall too. She seems," he grinned quiz quizzically,
zically, quizzically, "to take considerable Intrust In
ye. So longF
Soon he was out of sight around a
turn in the road.
F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
Specialist in Chronic Diseases
THE DR. FiVCLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL AND
Office, 333. Suite 1 to 7 Holder Block, Southwest
Dr. McClane's Residence. 407. Corner of Public Square
Ptote Call made by iell appolm tment. Special Galt Urinary Cllal
after 7 p. in. eacn flax.
Elltchton, Jan. 29. Rev. Eldrld&e
will preach at the Baptist church Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, morning and evening:. B. T. P. U.
at 6:15 Sunday night.
Mr. Guy T. Elitch is In Ocala this
Mr. J. M. Blltch and son Arline Epent
Saturday in Ocala.
Mr. TV. J. Willis and family have
moved to Morriston.
Mr. J. W. Coulter bought the farm of
Mr. Y. J. Willis.
Mr. Willard Elitch of South Florida
spent 3Ionday with Mr. J. W. Coulter.
Dr. Elitch returned from Terrell
Everybody is enjoying the cool
Mr. Beverly Elitch attended court In
Messrs. W. P. Hammons and O. S.
Sanders are on the sick list.
Weirsdale, Jan. 29. The weekly
meeting of the Five Hundred Club was
held at Hotel Lakeside last Saturday
evening. The first prize was won by
C. A. Hagin, the second by Miss Emma
Van Zandt, and the third by Mrs. Van
A large party from Weirsdale and
South Lake attended the commodore's
reception and dance' at the new club
house, on Wednesday evening.
Mr. C. W. Willard and daughter,
Mrs. Grace Robinson spent several
days last week on a camping and
hunting trip on the Oklawaha river.
While there they had a wild-cat hunt
and were lucky enough to shoot an another
other another fine wild-cat.
A large and jolly party of Invited
guests attended another dance given
by Miss Florence Schn tzler at her
pavilion Monday even'ng, and every
one agreed it was the most enjoyable
dance given here this winter. The
following guests were present: Mr.
and Mrs. Bickley, Mr. and Mrs.
Schnitzler, Milton Carnahan, Mr. and
Mrs. Willard, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Per-
rin, Mr. and Mrs. Mason, Mrs. Van
Zandt, Mrs. Bickley, Mr.' and Mrs. Lee
Lytle and guest, Mr. Graham of Ala Alabama,
bama, Alabama, Mrs. Grace Robinson, Misses
Ethel Carnahan, Gertrude Bickley,
Frances Hale, Louise Smith, Theo Van
Zandt, Messrs. Carl and Paul Smith,
Milton Albertson, Black, Guthery, E. F.
Hildebrand of Chicago, and Messrs.
Geer, P. A. Humphries, D. Walker, C
Ballard, B. Blarton, L. G. LUtlejohn,
J. Camp, R. B. Harvey and R. Martin
of South Carolina.
Mrs. Van Zandt gave a dance at
Hotel Lakeside Thursday evening,
which was very largely attended by
guests from all around the lake, and
by many out of town people. It was
the first dance given at the hotel this
winter and was so thoroughly enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed that it is hoped there will be sim similar
ilar similar ones before the season closes. The
large dining room was used for danc dancing,
ing, dancing, the floor being in fine condition,
and the excellent music made it an
ideal evening for the dancers.
A circus was in town Thursday, and
the young people and many of the
older ones attended It In the after afternoon
noon afternoon and had a very jolly time.
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The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all its stages, and
that is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
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the medical fraternity. Catarrh being
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imd giving the patient .strength by
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stipation. constipation. Adv.
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When the doctor orders you to stop
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You know you are weak, run down
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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. Visit Visitors
ors Visitors In the city Invited to be with us.
L. F. Ballard, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary. Ad.
Icy-Hot bottles at the Court rhajrxn rhajrxn-acy.
acy. rhajrxn-acy. Ad.
Chest pains and a dry, hackinsr
cough should be treatedjwith Ballard
Horehound Syrup taken internally, and
a Herrick's Red Pepper IJ&fous Plaster
applied to the chest. J3uy the dollar
size Horehound Syrup; you get a Por Porous
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by all druggists. Adv..
K. of P.
White Clover Flour Is better. Ask
X DR. A. L. BLALOCK I
I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON I
OFFICES OVER THE
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X 'Phone 211 Ocala. Fla.
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Tightness in the Chest. Irritation in the Throat and a Dry Hackles
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Is An Effective Remedy for tho Throat and Lungs.
It relieves tlckllBir In the throat, tightness la the chest. Inflamed lungs, difficult breathing an
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Put Up in Throo Sizes, 25c, 50c and $1.00 per Bottle.
Buy the Dollar size. It contains five times as much as tho 25c size, and you get with each bot'l:
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Leror. Feb. 29. D. G. "Watklns of
Dunnellon, our new commissioner for
the second district, was in Leroy "Wed
nesday and Thursday, looking over the
C. A. Carter will see to it that the
roads of this district are. kept in good
Mrs. W. B. Newbern and children
went to Ocala Thursday.
Mr. J. S. Carter went to Ocala Thurs Thursday
day Thursday to pay his 1912 taxes.
A gentleman from Tampa was in our
community this week seeking razors
to fix. There was nothing doing, so
Mr. George H. Iigh of Ray's still,
has been transferred to Hernando to
take care of the company's still at that
Mr. Draper from New York is stop stopping
ping stopping for a while with Mr. and Mrs. J.
The A. C. I carpenter gang is at this
place making some repairs upon the
Mr, T. R. Roddenberry and wife,
Mr. Joseph Roddenberry and wife of
Citronelle, are visiting relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Trotter of Home Homeland
land Homeland had the misfortune to lose their
youngest child Sunday evening, Jan.
19th. It fell in the fireplace and Vas
so badly burned about the head and
fact that it died the next morning.
MOTHERS CAN SAFELY BUY
Dr. King's New Discovery and give it
to the little ones when ailing and suf suffering
fering suffering with colds, coughs, throat or
lung troubles, tastes nice, harmless,
once used, always used. Mrs. Bruce
Crawford, Niagara, Mo. writes: "Dr.
King's New Discovery changed our boy
from a pale weak sick boy to the pic picture
ture picture of health." Always helps. Buy' it
at Tydings & Co. Ad.
31ARIOX-DUX5r MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Xiodge No. 19, IP. & A.
M. meets on the first and third -Thursday
evenings of each month at 7:30
o'elock, until further notice.
C. K. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
Everything Brand New,
Clean and First Oass.
Excellent Table Board
Quick and Efficient Service
Best Snort Order House, and
Most Moderate Prices in tne City
YOU WANT TO EAT, :
WIIEX YOU WAST IT AND AS YOU
LIKE IT '.
BETWEEN HOGAN & CARLISLE
DR. KIXG'S NEW DISCOVERY
Soothes Irritated throat and lungs,
stops chronic and 'hacking cough, re relieves
lieves relieves tickling throat, tastes nice.
Take no other; once used, always used.
Buy it at Tydings & Co. Ad.
OCALA LODGE NO. 2S0, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Howell M. Hampton, E. R.
Joseph Bell. Secretary. Ad.
There is no better medicine made for
colds than Chamberlans Cough Rem Remedy.
edy. Remedy. It acts on nature's plan, relieves
the lungs, opens the secretions, aids
expectorations; and restores the system
to a healthy condition. For sale by all
MONKEY LOST A brown stuffed
monkey about 18 Inches high, with red
cap, lost between 127 Ft. King avenue
and the Arms House Thursday morn morning.
ing. morning. 1-30-tf
If you have dizzy spells, attacks of
momentary blindness, with Tinging
noises in the ears it is an unfailing
sign of a torpid liver; a condition
which brings on some serious sickness
if -neglected. Herbine is a powerful
liver tonic. It puts strength and ac activity
tivity activity into the liver pur.Wes the bow bowels
els bowels and restores a feeling of health,
vigor and cheerfulness. Price SOc
Sold by all druggists. Adv.
FLORIDA'S LARGEST Ai BEST YEAR ROD HOTEL
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
HOME HOTEL OF THE STATE
AMERICAN PLAN $4.00 PER DAY AND UP-WARD
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 PER DAY AND UP-WARD
A F.' WILSON, Ass't Mgr. TH0S. M. WILSON, Prop, and Mgr.
W. J. SHERIDAN
CEMENT- AND CONCRETE CONTRACTOR
All kinds or Concrete, Cement and Brick
construction work done. Sidewalks and Cul Culvert
vert Culvert construction a speciality.
Will make close estimates on any job in
Brick of concrete construction, and none are
too Large or too Small to be given careful at attention
tention attention and executed promptly. A card in
the Ocala postoffice will bring me to you.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
W. J. SHERIDAN.
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New Morning Observation Car Train
JACKSONVILLE, ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO
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The Standard Railroad of theSouth
Leaves Jacksonville Daily at 9:45 A' M.
PULUAII STANDARD SLEEPING AND CO tilEliT CARS
For Pullman Reservations, and TIctels, Cfill our
any Aocnt Atlantic Coast Ling, or
A. W. FRIT0T, J. & KIIK&&ND.
Jacksonville, Fla. l-rapa..tla.
meet this evenjg.