For All of the Domes
. THE FUKNITUE3 1221
AT RIGHT PRICES
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1913
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DR. A. L. BLALOCK
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
OFFICES OVER THE
DR. L. F. BLALOCK
'Phone 211 Ocala. Ha.
J. E, GHACE
Kooms !l, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
BI'IYER & MAC KAY
Undertakers and Emoaimers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
l). E. McIYER and C. V. 110 BERTS
411 Work Done by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fully Guaranteed.
O. E. Mclver : 104
. V. Roberts 3C
Undertaking Offiw 4"-
Thi3 ungnifficejit new shop is
now oprn for Imsii ess The
bst equipped shop in therity.
Through sanitary, modern in
every respect. Hot and Cold
"First Class Workmen"
V. C. DETTERICH, Prop.
Harrington Ball Hotel
Roll Top DesK .$22.00
$7.00 Typewriter Cliali- 4.00
One Vudor Veranda Screen. 1.73
One Veranda Swing Scat.... 2.00
Ono Mission Parlor Set. Three
rieces. Leather Upholstered 24.00
One Mission Library a able. . 9.50
One Chest Carpente Tools,
big bargain, only 18.00
Several Extension Dining Tables
from $3 to $11.00. Worth double.
Many other bargains, too.
Rack of Marcn Frauk's
W, C. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
P. O. BOX 40 OCALA, FLA
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Beef, Pork and Mutton
Fresh and Salt Water
Received Every Day
Prompt Service, Good Goods
and Reasonable Prices
Phone 331 Stall No.
GIVES YOU THE
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Several Hours Earlier Than Any Other
Taper Sold in Ocala
Try It You'll Like It
I- 10c a Week
PATSEY GILLEN. Agt,
Orders at Mr. Ballard's
Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands sur surveyed
veyed surveyed and platted. 0ose estimates
made on erection of buildings of any
character by' contract or on a com
mission basis. Write or consult me at
Northwest Corner Ocala House Block
OCALA - FLORIDA
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fll II EI01
Three Hundred Ton of Dynamite Let
In Ilattlmore Harbor Scores
of Livew Lout
Baltimore, Md., March 8. It is be believed
lieved believed that at least fifty men were
killed and an equal number Injured by
the explosion of 300 or more tons of
dynamite that was be'ng transferred
to the steamer Alum Chine In the
lower Baltimore harbor yesterday
The Alum Chine had ben here since
March 1 and was finishing the loading
of a cargo of high explosives .for the
Panama canaL Yesterday a lighter
with four railroad cars wa3 towed to
the vessels side and the task of load loading
ing loading was expected to be finished n a
Nearby were the tug Atlantic and
several launches. Suddenly a puff of
smoke came from the Alum Chine's
hold. One of the crew noticed it and
appreciating thev imminent danger, ran
screaming to the deck followed by as
many men as had time to escape.
Right alongside the Alum Chine was
the launch Jerome, into which leaped
fourteen of the British crew. When
the fleeing launch was twenty feet
from the Alum Chine the explosion
There was a deafening roar as hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of tons of explosives let go. Col Columns
umns Columns of flame shot out from every
portion of the vessel and the air was
filled with flying debris. Fragments
of machinery and portions of the hull
of the boat weighing tons were shot
hundreds of feet Into the air. rieces
of iron and steel three feet long and
weighing fifty pounds were found
three and four miles from the scene.
The shock was felt as far away as
Heading, Pa., 100 miles from Balti Baltimore.
more. Baltimore. It was recorded also at At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic City. People at first thought
an earthquake had occurred. A school
house at Sparrow's Point, several miles
from the scene of the explosion, was
partly destroyed and several children
hurt. Baltimore itself was shaken as
if by a powerful earthquake. Tall
buildings in the center of the city
The force of the explosion swept
away the upper works of the. United
States naval collier Jason, killing three
men and injuring twenty-nine others.
The Jason was about 700 feet away at
the time. She had just been complet completed
ed completed by the Maryland Steel Company and
was soon to have had her government
Several men were killed outright
and thirty more who "were on the col collier
lier collier were frightfully injured.
A box of dynamite exploded as it
landed on the deck of the tug Atlantic.
The explosion was followed by fire and
three men lost their lives there.
The known dead number twenty
men. Of these four belonged to the
crew of the Alum Chine, three were on
board the United States naval collier,
and six on the tug Atlantic.
Forty stevedores are unaccounted
for. If they were on the steamer it is
considered that they perished.
Wacahoota, Feb. 27. Mrs. M. R.
Beck, after a pleasant stay of two
weeks with her mother, Mrs. C. M.
Smith, left for her home in Jackson
Mrs. V. P. Smith left Saturday to
visit her niece, Mrs. Tillis of Cand
Mrs. L M. Smith and her accom
plished daughter, Miss Theora, enter
tained a number of their friends at
their home Friday evening, Feb. 21st,
in honor of Mrs. R. P Smith, one of
the season's lovely brides, and Mrs. M.
R. Beck of Jacksonville. Mrs. Smith's
home is nicely arranged for entertain
ing. The reception room and parlor
were daintily arranged and a pro
fusion of pink and white roses and
orange blossoms were used in dec
orating. Tables were arranged in the
parlor for cards, forty-two, etc, while
in the reception room lovely music
was rendered and every one made to
feel at home. Mrs. Smith and Misses
Theora and Rosalie Smith received the
guests and Introduced them to the
honorees, after which they were' in invited
vited invited to the punch bowl, which was
artistically arranged on the porch,
where Miss Leola Smith served de-
lightful ice cold fruit punch. Games
were the principal feature of the eve evening
ning evening and a general feeling of good
cheer seemed to prevail. Mrs. Smith's
parties are always greatly enjoyed as
she is so hospitable and makes every
one feel at home. Mrs. Smith's dress
was black silk, while Mrs. R. P. Smith
looked lovely in an evening dress of
pink charmeuse with silver ornaments.
Mrs. M. R. Beck wore a lovely white
embroidered lingeries dress with a
corsage bouquet of American beauties.
Miss Theora Smith was charming in
a pink stenciled chiffon, and Miss
Rosalie Smith wore a green silk. The
moon was full and a more lovely night
could not have been wished for, and
with the lights and the beautiful
dresses of the ladies made a lovely
scene. Those from a distance not al already
ready already mentioned were Mr. and Mrs. R.
C. Epperson and Miss Leola Smith,
Williston; Mr. Sheppard, Jacksonville;
Messrs. J. W. May and J. E. Thrasher
and Misses O'Neil, VIda May and Clar
ice Watkins, Micanopy.
Citra, March 3. Messrs Terry and
Bassett of Little Sioux. Iowa, are in
Citra for a brief stay.
Mrs. Anna Kaleock who has been
with Mrs. J. R. Williams for the past
two months, leaves on Thursday for
Jacksonville. Mrs. Williams is now
able to be out, which is delightful
news to her many friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Du, ree have re
turned to their home in Jacksonville.
Miss Mae Redditt returned last week
from a month's visit "with her cousin,
Mrs. W. T. Tyre of Silver Springs.
Mrs. Blackshear and daughter, Miss
Maude of Demorest, Ga.,'are the guests
of their son and brother, Dr. E. Black
Mr. Will Milligan and wife of Cin
cinnatl, Ohio, are here the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Harrison.
Mr. D. Barcus was a visitor to Ocala
! Mrs. J. N. Malphurs fcnd Miss Zelma
Cason went down to Ocala Saturday,
Miss Pope of Newberry, S. C, is the
guest of her cousin, Mrs. E. Black Black-shear.
shear. Black-shear. Mr. Riles went to Ocala Saturday
night to do some shopping.
Capt. W. H Harrison spent last
Sunday at home and left Monday night
to resume his duties as captain on one
of the Oklawaha river steamers.
Mr. H. A. Wartmann took an auto
party to Ocala and Silver Springs to
see the sights.
Candler. March 3. Mr. Gardiner of
Kane, 111., accompanied by his son,
Dudley, is here visiting his brother-in-law,
Mrs. John Mathews, Mrs. J. Lough,
Mrs. Brammer and Miss Annie McKin McKin-ney
ney McKin-ney were in Ocala Tuesday.
Mrs. E. N. DeLong is visiting rela relatives
tives relatives in Jacksonville.
Rev. E. Albertson of Weirsdale visit visited
ed visited in our burg Monday.
Mrs. Lee Smith of Micanopy spent
the week end with her niece, Mrs.
Mrs. Belle Holt? claw very pleasantly
entertained a number of the married
thimble club members, Wednesday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Rev. Evans filled his regular ap appointment
pointment appointment in the Methodist church
Mr. Charles Elliott, who has been
visiting relatives for the- past tw
months, left Monday for his western
Mr. J. Lough left Wednesday for his
summer home in Lafayette, Ind. Mrs.
Lough will remain until later in the
spring before Joining her husband.
State of Ohio. City or ToleGo,
Lucas County. ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
city of Toledo, county and state afore aforesaid,,
said,, aforesaid,, 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 Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Frank J. Cheney.
Sworn to. before me and subscribed
in my presence, this 6th day of De December,
cember, December, A. D. 1886. A. W. Gleason,
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter internally
nally internally and acts directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, 75c. Take
HalL's Family Pills for constipation. Ad
Levon, March 3. Mr. W. J. Frink
went down to Tampa Tuesday In the
interest of his company.
Mr. C. N. Kirkland and wife of
Ocala were visitors Tuesday. Mr.
Kirkland is with the Porter Mallard
Mr. C. A. Oliver is confined to his
bed with fever and has been, we regret
to say, very sick.
Mr. J. T. Fleming has severed his
connection with the McGehee Lumber
Co. as bookkeeper and left for his home
in Atlanta, Ga., Wednesday.
Mr. J. W. Turner, after a month's
illness at his home in Jacksonville, is
again at his post asvsawyer. He ar arrived
rived arrived Wednesday.
Mr. M. M. Proctor of Pedro was a
Thursday evening visitor and attended
the Woodman oyster supper Thursday
Mr. C. B. Davis, Misses Thelma
Gaulding, Julia Waters and Inez Ad Ad-kins
kins Ad-kins attended a party at Pedro Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night.
Messrs. E. P. Rentz and M. J. Roess
of Ocala were business visitors Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. While here Mr. Roess placed
orders for several cars of dressed lum lumber
ber lumber to be shipped to his various yards
throughout the state.
Mrs. George Lovell was an early
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harrison of Ocala
paid a visit to their farm at Levon
HAS PALATKA FOUND THE SAME I
The Answer la Found In the Straight
forward Statement of a Palatka
We have been reading week after
week in the local press of Ocala citi citizens
zens citizens who have been rid of distressing
kidney and bladder troubles by Doan's
Kidney Pills, and we have often won
dered whether the same high opinion
of this medicine is to be found in our
neighboring towns. This frank and
earnest statement by a well-known
and respected resident of Palatka will
set this doubt at rest.
John E. Marshall, lawyer, 225 North
Fifth street, Palatka, Fla says: "I
have no reason to change my high
opinion of Doan's Kidney Pills and
recommend them as highly as I did in
my former endorsement. The relief
they gave me has been permanent."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. Ad. No. 8
SOME FIXE MACHINES FOR SALE
We have a brand new, 25-inch Chand
ler & Price paper cutter and a seven-
column stereotyping outfit, complete
except furnace, taken n with another
shop. Will sell either or both cheap
for cash. Write at once If Interested.
Oca.a. Star. Ocala, Fla.
THE CAUSE OF KHEUMATISM
Stomach trouble, lazy liver and de
ranged kidneys are the cause of rheu
matism. Get your stomach, liver,
kidneys and bowels in healthy condi
tion by taking Electric Bitters, and
you will not be troubled with the
pains of Theumatism. Charles B. Al
len, a school principal, of Sylvania,
Ga., who suffered Indescribable torture
from rheumatism, liver and stomach
trouble and diseased kidneys, writes
"All remedies failed until 1 used Elec Electric
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from stomach, liver and kidney trou troubles.
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Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
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M'S W SLAVES
Women Wlio Work for AVealthy Cor Corporations
porations Corporations and Are Paid
Chicago, March 6. Leading merch merchants
ants merchants of the city are being called be before
fore before the state senate's vice investiga investigation
tion investigation committee In an endeavor to learn
what connection there is between low
wages paid to women and underworld
It is asserted by Lieut.Gov. Barratt
O'Hara that in Ch'cago alone 50,000
women are employed at a wage of 5
a week or less and that many of them
for that reason follow paths that lead
to more money.
Julius Rosenwald. president of Sears.
Roebuck & Co., testified that his com company
pany company employs 4,372 women and girls,
whose average wage is $9.12 a week.
The lowest salary of $5 is given to
girls of sixteen years of age. After six
months they are advanced to $5.50. The
company hires only girls who live at
home. The concern employs 1,475 girls
and women who receive less than $S a
Roenwald, a broad-shouldered man,
gazed at his questioner, the youthful
lieutenant-governor, ev'nclng great
"Now, I want to ask you," said Mr.
O'Hara, "as a man of wide philan philanthropic
thropic philanthropic perception, if you think, that
low wages induce immorality in wom women?"
en?" women?" "1 will answer that as I have an answered
swered answered before there is practically no
connection between them,'" replied
"I bel'eve that prostitution is as
likely to come to a "woman who earns
over $10, as to the one who earns less.
It depends on the woman. A 'woman
earning a small wage might use that
as a subterfuge to account for her
Do you consider $5 enough for any
woman to live upon:
"Yes, if she lives at home."
"And $8 is enough for one who sup supports
ports supports herself?"
"That is what pur investigation
"How much did your corporation
earn in 1911?"
"Could you raise wages and still pay
your stockholders a legitimate profit?"
The witness said the stock of the
corporation paid 7 per cent, on both
common and preferred. There was a
surplus of $12,000,000 at the end of
1912. He said that he could have giv given
en given $12,000,000 out of "profits and still
paid "some dividends."
Rosenwald was asked whether the
corporation took pains to learn if the
wage received by a girl was sufficient
in the individual case.
"No," was the slow reply.
, There wa.8. a craning of eoks when
a slender, ro.y-cheeked girl, whose
name was not announced, was called
as a witness.
She was fourteen years of age when
she went to work for Sears, Roebuck
& Co., she said, and was paid $4.50.
When she left there, after two years,
she was receiving $7.50.
Asked by Mr. O'Hara if the girls
were ever scolded, the witness replied.
"You bet they are, and sometimes the
"What'." exclaimed Mr. O'Hara, "big
She said that the girls helped each
other to get along "I know I gave one
of them a coat."
Asked if the girls were moral, the
girl semed somewhat it a loss, but at
last explained that some of the girls
"ran out nights," and flirted.
"Do you know that any of them are
"Well, "you can never tell how they
will turn out," returned the mature
little observer, seventeen next August.
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Sparr, March 5. Rev. Plummer fill filled
ed filled his regular appointment in the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church Sunday morning and aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The sing given at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. A. J. Stephens Sunday eve evening
ning evening was enjoyed by a number of the
Mr. Terry Young is home from Ar
cadia for a few days rest before going
on the east coast.
Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Boltin and two
children of Gainesville and the latter's
sister. Miss Belle Compton of Orange
burg, S. C. visited their sister, Mrs.
Edward Meadows Wednesday. They
came over in Mr. Eoltin's car.
Mr. and Mrs. John Kendig of Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia are here looking after the in
terest of their grove.
Mr. W. Luffman has been sick for
the past few days, but is able to be up
Miss Callie Rickards of Citra spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Mrs. Fred Grantham and Mrs. Watts
of The Meadows were visitors in our
burg last Wednesday. They were ac
companied home by Miss Jettie Boyles,
wno remamea umn sunaay.
Mr. Joe Simmons has returned from
BQUGHT AXD SOLD, OR RE.VTED. STOVES OF A LI. KINDS, TRCXKS, BAGS,
CCRTA1XS, QUEESSWARE, ETC IP I HAVEN'T GOT WHAT YOU WAST I'LL
Simmons at Bay Lake. He has been;
sick for some time, but is much im- j
Mrs. W. O. Luff man was called to I
the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Pasco
Jones, at Fort McCoy last Wednesday.;
Mrs. Jones Is very low, but her many!
friends are hoping for her a speedy I
Miss Roberta Shealey happened to
quite a painful accident while at
school last week. She fell and dislo dislocated
cated dislocated her shoulder.
Shipping lettuce is the order of the
day with the truckers of Sparr.
vMrs. S. D. Souter ertertained a few
of the young people last Thursday
evening. Among those present were
Mr. Homer Luff man. Mr. Clyde Weav
er, Mr. Emmett Stephens, Mr. Roy Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, Miss. Mae Grantham, Miss Miriam
Stephens and Mr. Grover Grantham.
Our school is progressing nicely!
under the management or Prof. Boyd
and Miss Cora Simmons. j
Mr. John Grantham and Mr. J. A.
Strickland made a business trip to
Weirsdale, March 6. The guests at
Hotel Lakeside are still "enjoying the
excellent fishing in the lake. Mr. Fie Fie-brich
brich Fie-brich and Mr. McKinney broke the
season's record last Friday when the the-brought
brought the-brought in an 8-pound bass, which was
the proud catch of Mr. Fiebrich. There
is no doubt as to who holds the cham- j
Mr. Bartlett is frequently seen on
the lake with a party of friends, troll trolling
ing trolling for bass.
Mr. William Allsop took a jolly
party of seven on an all-day's fishing!
trip and picnic on Monday.
Mr. T. C. Buftun of Westerly, R. I.,
who has spent the last two weeks at
Hotel Lakeside, departed Wednesday.
Mr. Buffun owns at Stanton one of the
finest grapefruit groves in the coun country.
try. country. A partly of young people attended
the picnic supper and dance Feb. 22nd
at the club house, and had a decidedly
The entertainment at the home of
C. E. Connor at North Lake was large largely
ly largely attended by yacht club members
from the south sideof the lake. The
guests were entertained in a delight delightful
ful delightful manner, the musical part of the
program being greatly appreciated.
On Saturday evening the Five Hun Hundred
dred Hundred Club met at Hotel Lakeside and
the prizes were taken by Miss Emma
van Zandt, C. Hogin and Lee Lytle.
On Wednesday evening, Feb. 26th,
the prizes were taken by Mrs. Mason,
Miss Frances Hale and E. Fiebrich.
"Down in Dixie," a drama in four
acts, was presented at the South Lake
Weir school house on the evening of
Friday, the 21st, and was a tremendous
success. It is a southern play of the
old plantation days, the sort that ap appeals
peals appeals to everyone. It was enthusiast enthusiastically
ically enthusiastically received by the large audience
present who were most liberal in giv
ing applause. A large party of Sura Sura-merfield
merfield Sura-merfield people witnessed the play,
among them Nathan Mayo and family.
So many expressed a desire to see
"Down in Dixie" again, that arrange arrangements
ments arrangements are being made to .present it at
the club house in the near future, to
be followed by a dance. The proceeds
will go towards the yacht club build building
ing building fund. It was given at South Lake
Weir for the benefit of the continua continuation
tion continuation of the clay road from South Lake
to Summerfield, and a neat sum was
realized. The play was followed by a
social hour during which cake and
coffee were sold. The drama was
rather a difficult one for amateurs to
undertake and it was g'ven through throughout
out throughout In a most creditable manner, show
ing much conscientious work on the
part of the actors. Great cre'dit is due
Mrs. Fred Perrin, who directed the
play. Between the acts excellent mus music
ic music was furnished by Miss Hickey at
the piano and Miss Chase on her man mandolin.
dolin. mandolin. The Rubenstein's Melody was
especially well rendered. Vocal solos
in southern dialect were pleasingly
given by Irene Dickenson and Grace
The "Down in Dixie" cast of charac
ters was as follows: Colonel Harvey
Wells, Russel Gano; George Washing Washington
ton Washington Bangs, Carl Smith; Major Bradley,
Milton Albertson; Corporal Holligan,
E. C. Albertson; Hon. C. J. Dusenberry,
Fred Perrin; Hezekiah Sniffins, Frank
Carey; Uncla Mosley. Fred Black; Bil
lings, Paul Smith; Helen Trevoir, Ruth
Dickenson; Molly Martin, Grace Rob Robinson;
inson; Robinson; Mrs. Dusenberry, Winnie Al Albertson;
bertson; Albertson; Susannah, Irene Dickenson.
Music for the play was furnished by
Miss Hickey, Miss Chase and Miss
Miss Gertrude Bickley gave a mus
ical at Hotel Lakeside last Thursday
evening, waicn was attenaea oy over
sixty people and was thoroughly en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed by all. It was the first musical
given at the hotel this year and Miss
Bickley is to be complimented upon
her efforts to make it a success, and
upon the interesting program which
she arranged. At the close of the
musical a little informal dance rao
held by the young people. The pro program
gram program was as follows:
Song, "That's How I Need You"
Misses Schnitzler, Hale and Smith.
Piano solo, selected Miss Myrtle
Vocal solo, "Sweet Miss Mary"
Grace Robinson Robinson-Reading,
Reading, Robinson-Reading, selected Mrs. Fred Perrin.
Vocal solo, "By Bedemer's Stream"
Mandolin duet, "Silver Threads
Among the Gold" Gertrude Bickley
and Mr. Sherman.
Tenor solo, "My Beautiful Lady"
Reading, selected Mrs. Fred Perrin.
Banjo solo, "Cotton Fields" Mr.,
Vocal solo, "My Rosary" Ethel
Mandolin solo from "II Travatore"
Vocal solo, "Sing Me to Sleeps Sleeps-Grace
Grace Sleeps-Grace Robinson.
Mandolin duet, "Beautiful Paris"
Gertrude Bickley, Mr. Sherman.
Farewell ehorus, "Auld Lang Syne."
The piano accompanists of the eve evening
ning evening were. Myrtle Hickey, Emma van
Zandt, Grace Robinson and Florence
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4 O'CLOCK IH THE AFTERNOON
CONTEST No. 1 CAKE BAKING
Only plain cake will be accepted. Ice them If yon like. The only
reMtrlction I that you most ne SNOWDRIFT In the place of butter.
First Prize. Three 10-lb. tins SNOWDRIFT.
Second Prize. Two 10-lb. tins SNOWDRIFT. ; v
Third Prize. One 10-lb tin SNOWDRIFT.
CONTEST No. 2 MAYONNAISE DRESSING
The only rentriction I that yon inuait oe WESSON SNOWDRIFT Oil.
in the place of Olive Oil.
First Prize. Fifteen quart tins WESSON SNOWDRIFT OIL.
Second Prize. Ten quart tins WESSON SNOWDRIFT OIL
Third Prize. Five quart tins WESSON SNOWDRIFT OIL.
CONTEST 'No, 3 BREAD BAKING
Good old home-made bread Is what we want, and one loaf will be
enough. The only restriction are that you must uwe MARVEL
FLOUR. WE have thin in ten-cent package for those who are not
ulnf? MARVEL FLOUR at present.
First Prize. Four 24-lb. sacks MARVEL FLOUR.
Second Trize. Three 24-pound sacks MARVEL FLOUR.
Third Prize. Two 20-pound sacks MARVEL FLOUR.
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Make up your mind that you are going to win one of
them, and get to work in earnest. We have recopf
books for you for the asking. They tell you how to
bake Cake with snowdrift, how to make Mayonnaise
with wesson oil and to make Bread with marvel flour:
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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
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THE COURT PHARMACY
THE DRUG STORE ON THE SQUARE
OCALA - - F LOB I DA
A. M. BOBBiTT, Mgr.,
Try IT f
THE AVOfilAfrS CLUB FAIR
Prettiest Line of Beds
Excepting any Firm.
We carry over fifty differ-,
ent 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
us Give an Estimate on Year
Xe. ZO SOUTH 3IAIV STREET
OCALA EYEMJfG STAR, SATURDAY, 3URCH 8, 1913
OGALA EVENING STAR
Bittlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
It. II. Carroll, liosiness Manager.
J. H. Benjamin, Editor.
Entered in the postofflce at Ocala,
Fla,, as second class mall matter.
IT WILL BECOME
A YEARLY ATTRACTION
regular banking business for the Mun-
roe & Chambliss Bank. She was ready
to accept any money, and to tell people
where they could obtain the tieedfuL
Will Close TaU Evening;
The fair Is busy, properous and in interesting
teresting interesting this morning and will be a
big: attraction again this afternoon and
evening. It will probably close about
10 tonight, and all should go and see
The demonstration fair in the ar armory
mory armory was a busy and delightful place
yesterday afternoon. It was crowded
with pleased anjl interested people.
The fair is proving to be a great
success, indeed it exceeds the expecta expectations
tions expectations of the ladies in charge.' Next
year they will have a much larger
building and will enlarge the display
into a fair that will become one of
Ocala's many annual attractions.
A great many have remarked that
this fair is equal to a much larger
affair, for one is given so many sou souvenirs
venirs souvenirs and other articles by the mer merchants
chants merchants who are taking great Interest
in the work.
The decorations are beautiful and
artistic. The agricultural booth, which
is in charge of Mrs. J. R. Moorhead, is
adorned with the pennants of the to tomato
mato tomato club and pictures of the club
work. In the background in large let letters
ters letters are the words, "Agricultural Ex Exhibit
hibit Exhibit by the Woman's Club and the
Board of Trade." All kinds of vegeta vegetables
bles vegetables were on exhibit and cans of toma tomatoes
toes tomatoes from the Marion county canning
clubs. Specially noticeable was a case
of tomatoes and other canned goods
put up by Florida girls and sent by
iTofessor Vernon of the University of
Florida, and a leader in this Important
Hayes & Guynn's booth was decorat decorated
ed decorated in pink and green crepe paper and
foliage. Beautiful lines of dry goods
and fancy trimmings were on display.
Their specialty is the Barry, shoes, a
pair of which was won by Miss Nellie
Gottlieb In the drawing yesterday.
The booth of the Ocala Plumbing &
Electric Company, in black and purple,
and with electrical fixtures tastily dis displayed,
played, displayed, made a very pretty effect. The
Cam-Thomas booth is In yellow and
among the many good things to eat
the Sunbeam line was on display.
The O. K. Grocery booth is in green,
white and red and with all the fancy
groceries on display made one hungry
to look at it. II. W. Tucker's booth Is
In two shades of green and with a
beautiful chandelier, lights and fixtures
made a most inviting place.
The Marion Hardware is in pink and
green. Among Its ideas are the "orig
mai coat nangers, one or wnicn was
presented to each visitor, who found it
to be a naiL m :
The Court Pharmacy, in white and
purple, with stationery, candies and
toilet articles, has a pretty display.
A. E. Burnett's booth is In green and
specializes the Edison phonograph.
Tydings & Co's. is in yellow, with
all kinds of toilet articles, powder and
The Postofflce Drugstore, the Rexall
Store, is In pink and white and ex
hibits its various articles in a most ef
The. Japanese and the Woman's Club
booths were very pretty in Japanese
decorations with fancy articles. The
Ocala Grocery Co's. booth was in pink
chrysanthemums and with .Mrs. Jack
Camp making biscuit that would melt
In one's mouth, made that place very
attractive yesterday afternoon. Mrs.
Camp demonstrated the Aunt Rose
Self-rising flour and baked the biscuit
on a New Perfection oil stove. Mrs.
Camp's performance with the biscuit
proves that while she shines In a pal palace,
ace, palace, she could do her duty in a cottage
if a change of fortune demanded, and
that is high praise for any woman. Ad Adjoining
joining Adjoining was the Southern Cotton Oil
Co. in white chrysanthemums, and a
most attract've display. Mr. H. A.
Waterman's booth is In red poppies and
displayed various articles from his
store. A. M. Lansford furnished
sweet-toned pianos for music In a
booth trimmed in white. Mclver &
MacKay's booth was beautiful in pink
chrysanthemums, white and yellow
crepe paper and a special display of
white enameled ware.
The Tetley tea booth Is without
doubt the prettiest one, "-- as all the
wisteria with which It is trimmed was
hand-made by a committee of the Wo Woman's
man's Woman's Club, and it looks so real that
one can at once see the amount of
work and patience It required to make
It, also the lattice work of green pa paper
per paper for the window and around the
sides of the booth Is hand-made. A
large Japanese umbrella Is suspended
over the top and with Misses Meme
Davis and Katherine Strunk as Jap Japanese
anese Japanese girls to serve the tea, it was an
Ideal spot yesterday.
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe had a very pret pretty
ty pretty sign painted for Mr. Weihe's jewel jewelry
ry jewelry store with poinsettias in each cor corner
ner corner and placed It In a -very good posi position
tion position on the wall. The poinsettia being
the club flower, it was most appro appropriate.
priate. appropriate. The Ocala Gas Co. furnishes the
stove for Miss Haris to bake rolls
for demonstration, and Mr. C. W. Hun Hunter
ter Hunter is the busiest man there, as he
hunts up everyone to present them
with souvenirs for all the booths as
well as his own. In making the an announcements
nouncements announcements as master of ceremonies,
he never misses an opportunity to ad advise
vise advise the housewives to cook with gas.
Miss Harris lectures and demonstra demonstrations,
tions, demonstrations, made for the Woman's Club and
with the help of the gas company are
among the most instructive and in interesting
teresting interesting features of the fair.
In the back of the building on the
stage are three beautiful booths, one,
Marcus Frank and Haycraft & De De-Camp's,
Camp's, De-Camp's, is decorated 'In blue and white
with lace draperies and large mirrors.
The next Is Helvenston & Pasteur's
and Miss Affleck's, which Is In pink
and white. The next is Rheinauer &
Co's. and Mrs. Bostick's, In green and
white. In all three of these booths
were a profusion of flowers, and with
the models, who are among the lead leading
ing leading ladies of the cits', displaying the
picture hats and dresses of the firms,
made that part of the building look
like pages from a fashion journal.
The ladles of the Woman's Club have
worked faithfully to make the fair a
success and all are well pleased with
the result. It is thought that at least
they will net $300 from the fair, and
they are planning on a much bigger
scale for next year. Each and every
member deserves unstinted praise and
In the salad dressing contest at the
O. K. Grocery booth, Mrs. H. C Groves
won the first prize. Mrs. Frank Harris
the second and Mrs. J. E. Johnson the
third prize. Mrs. Groves at once pre prepared
pared prepared a platter of the salad in Mclver
& MacKay's kitchen, and distributed
samples of the delicacy to her friends,
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Clark, assisted
by Mrs. Lloyd and Mrs. Powers treat treated
ed treated everybody to delicious cups of
Chace & Sanborn's fragrant coffee.
Mrs. Albert Gerlg was conducting a
The meetings at Collier's warehouse
will close tomorrow evening. They
have been largely attended and most
interesting, and have been productive
of great good. Whether we agree in
theology with the preachers or not,
none of us can deny that these meet meetings
ings meetings always promote the moral health
of a community .nd result in a clean cleaner
er cleaner and more elevated living by many
who would otherwise be careless. Rev.
Bob Jones has made many friend3, and
nobody need suppose that he has made
much money. After all expenses are
paid, there won't be much over, and a
man of his ability could pile up a much
bigger stack of dollars at some other
calling. Most of the church people are
well "pleased with the revival and the
one that preceded it. They have had
one long love-feast, in which denomi
national lines have been forgotten in a
sincere desire for the general religious
good. Whether you be Christian, care
less, pagan or Infidel, go hear the re revivalist
vivalist revivalist tomorrow. He will Interest
you and give you some new ideas
whether he converts you or not.
Loral Interest and
Made "Fl-Fl" a
Clever Perform era
CLEAN II THE CITY
Commencing Monday morning, the
sanitary department of the city will
begin work with men and animals to
assist the civic committees of the Wo
man's Clubs in cleaning up the town.
Mrs. C. R. Tydings Is chairman of the
committee and will direct the work.
This Is a most necessary work, and
is undertaken at the best time. If it is
properly carried out, we will have a
clean and prettjr city for Easter, and
can easily keep it so all the year. It
Is to our interest that our town should
be as neat and attractive as possible.
It will help to preserve our civic pride
and save doctor's bills. Let all our
citizens turn in with might and main
and help Mrs. Tydings and her co-
laborers in their most worthy of
SETTLEMENT IS IN SIGHT
The members of the council think
that the settlement of the long-stand
ing dispute between the city. and the
Atlantic Coast Line in regard to the
freight depot is in sight in fact, all
that is necessary Is for the railroad to
go to work and carry out its contract
according to the plans agreed on by
the councilmen at Thursday night's
These plans, as the Star said yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, require the railToad to build a
large and up-to-date depot on South
Main street, to take the old depot out
of Osceola street, to change its tracks
so as to clear Main street and to im improve
prove improve its crossings in the city. The
city in return will allow the railroad!
to close South Sixth and Seventh ;
The Star's proposition, that, the rail-i
road should. remove all Its yards south
of South Eighth street was considered
Individually by several of the council council-men,
men, council-men, also by Messrs. Meffert, MacKay
and other business men whose firms
have much hauling to do. They con
ceded that the plan had its merits,
but objected to it for the following
good reasons. It would put the depot
too far from the business center, and
would locate the yard in territory that
bids fair to be a pretty suburb in a
As for giving up the streets without
receiving any pay, nobody thinks It is
right, but we are all accustomed to
being imposed on, so this additional
Imposition will not kill any of us.
One of the provisions to be Incor Incorporated
porated Incorporated In the ordinance ,will require
the railroad to lay its crossings in the
city with a special rail similar to that
in use in the large cities. All our
people have noticed that no matter
how evenly a crossing is laid, It isn't
long before the boards are rising in
ridges, making crossing difficult ex except
cept except in a straight line, and uncomfor uncomfortable
table uncomfortable any way. Dr. Walter Hood, who
Is a great observer, was explaining
this yesterday, showing how the flange
of every passing wheel packed dirt
under the planks, causing them to rise
until the crossings are loose and rough.
The doctor and his fellow councilmen
will insist that a special rail will be
put on the crossings, enabling the city
to pave them as well as the rest of the
street with brick, instead of stopping
at an uncomfortable distance as is
The Star is glad to see a settlement
of the matter in sight; meantime, it
has plenty of testimony that the fight
it has made has met the approval of
the people of the city It is ready to
take it up again, or take up another,
whenever the public interest demands.
Ocala turned out in full force last
night to see the pretty play, of "Fi-Fi,"
given for the benefit of the hospital at
The theater was thronged many
minutes before the usual opening time.
The purpose of the entertainment was
emphasized to all at the door, where
tickets were taken and programs giv given
en given by ladies appropriately garbed as
red cross nurses. Several of our
young men in the neat uniforms of the
hospital corps showed the people to
their seats. The house was crowded.
Actually, every seat on the first floor
was taken, and most of those in the
There is always an interest in plays
of this kind, carried out by local per performers,
formers, performers, that is totally lacking from
those given by professionals. It mat matters
ters matters not if the actors lack the skilled
finish of the every-night performer
if they make some little blunder, it is
always greeted with good nature, and
there is generally a freshness and en
thusiasm about their work that the
professional has lost. Last night's
play, however, was about as near per
fect as any performance could be few
road companies that visit Ocala carry
out their program more smoothly, and
with the exception of a few minor mix mix-ups
ups mix-ups in places where they wre entire entirely
ly entirely pardonable, there wasn't a bobble
from start to finish. Mr. and Mrs.
Harrington Adams deserve a lot of
credit for their success in drilling the
performers in such a short time, and it
must be said that they couldn't have
succeeded so well if they hadn't had
such good material to work with.
The list of actors and their parts
was as follows:
Bonnie, Who Keeps the Toys Miss
Fl-Fi, a Parisian Doll Miss Cecile
Loosey, a Rag Doll Miss Alice Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. Ink-Spot, a Black Doll Miss Lois
Aurelia, a Witch Fairy Mrs. Carney
Man-in-the-Moon J. J. Gerig.
Lieutenant Tin-Heart, a Soldier Doll
C. L. Anderson.
Prince Lolly Pop, a Gentleman Doll
A. E. Gerig.
Captain Barnacle, a Sailor Doll-
Sand Man J. J. Gerig.
Doll's Head Mrs. Mary Eagleton.
Bo-Peep, a Singing Doll Miss Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Porter.
Talking Doll Mrs. Violet Powers.
Jap Doll Miss Mary Burford.
Tackhammer, the Toy Maker Dr.
Clowns Edward Anderson, Olaf Ze Ze-wadskl.
wadskl. Ze-wadskl. Dance of the Rrldeiunalds
good. The Star congratulates the la ladies
dies ladies on their success, and hopes they
will prepare for another entertainment,
to be given in the summer months
when all the professionals will be in
Ill IE KM
Mr. Nat Reiss has decided that his
carnival shows will remain in Ocala all
PRETTY BOVINE PRIZES
The two pretty Jersey heifers offer offered
ed offered by Dr. J. C. Boozer as pri-es to the
girls making the best displays of
household handiwork at the last Mar Marion
ion Marion County Fair, arrived yesterday.
The doctor ordered them months ago,
and as he supposed in plenty of time
for the fair, but the stock of the Bilt Bilt-more
more Bilt-more farms is so much in demand that
the order could not be filled until this
The heifers are two perfect little
beauties pretty and gentle enough for
pets, and doubtless will be welcome
pets to the two young ladies, Miss Da Davis
vis Davis of Summerfield, and Miss McCully
of Berlin, who won them.
These two handsome animals, with
the express on them, cost Dr. Boozer at
least 200. Who is doing more In pro proportion
portion proportion to show his faith in his county
and hope for its welfare?
J. F. JENKINS,
G. K. WILLIAMS,
E. M. WILLIAMS
Office and Warehouse on S. A. L. and A. C. L: Tracks
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BOARDING HOUSE FOR SALE
An eight-room ooaraxng house, well
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business, electric lights, phone, bath,
etc. Will sell everything except house.
Call phone 378 if interested. Ad.
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It was conclusively shown that the
streets sought to be closed are only
streets In Imagination. That they have
no place on any official map, are not
used now, never have been used.
"U'e don't like to contradict Uncle
Frank, but South Fourth, South Sixth
and South Seventh streets are marked
plainly on every map of Ocala, and
they were In considerable use before
the railroad blocked them with its
tracks. Plenty of proof, if he wants it.
L'EXGLE IS A LEADER
Claude L'Engle is in Washington,
and arrived there in his fighting
clothes. lie reached Washington Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning, and Sunday night his
apartments at the Raleigh Hotel were
crowded with new congressmen Teady
to follow his leadership in forward
fighting movement for their rights and
the rights of their constituencies.
Readers of Dixie will be kept posted
by Congressman L'Engle and the un unafraid
afraid unafraid and unsubsidized press will have
much to say about Claude and the do doings
ings doings In Washington. The readers of
Dixie are assured that Congressman
L'Engle. will keep in touch with them,
and that many things in Washington
which are suppressed will be made
SUCCESS FURNITURE CO.
New and second-hand furniture
bought and sold. Come and see
whether you can find a bargain In fur furniture.
niture. furniture. South Main street. Ad.
OCALA LODGE WO. 2S0, B. I O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 288, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. Visiting brethren always
welcome. Howell AL Hampton, E. R.
Joseph BelL Secretary. Ad.
FOR RENT Four rooms arranged
for light housekeeping at 130 South
Fifth street. 3-3-Std
Solo dancer, Mrs. George Blitch;
bridesmaids, Misses Janet Weathers,
Annie Atkinson, Beulah Hall, Jose Josephine
phine Josephine Bullock, Hope Robinson," Muriel
Bittlnger, Elizabeth Newsom, Frances
Tarver, Emma Nelson, Clara Johnson.
Paper dolls: Misses Marian Dewey,
Kathleen Jackson, Margaret Jackson,
Lucile Robinson, Louise Booie, Mabel
Meffert, Rexie Todd, Ida Foland.
China dolls: Misses Mary Harriet
Livingston, Rosebud Robinson, Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Sistrunk, Hester Dewey, Martha
Kate Rentz, Blair Woodrow, Mary
Carter Riddle, Nina Camp.
Live letter blocks: Misses Louise
Rentz, Agnes Burford, Theo Beckham,
Sidney Perry, Katherine Strunk, Ev Evelyn
elyn Evelyn Hodges, Meme Davis, Nettie Camp.
In their marching they spelled out
the following popular quotation: There
s so much bad in the best of us and
so much good in the worst of us, that
it is hardly worth while for any of us
to talk about the rest of us.
Christmas fairies: Misses Frances
Mclver, Annie MacKay, Elizabeth
Hocker, Elizabeth Murray, Carolyn
Peyser, Cordelia Dozier, Sidney Cullen,
Medosia Haile, Emma Haile, Rose
Wolff, Clifton Sexton, Marian Hunter,
Virginia Beckham, Gladys Osborn,
Clarita Camp, Loraine Spencer, Irene
Tompkins, Marian Meffert, Rhoda
Thomas, Lillian Livingston, Henrietta
Livingston, Eva Hodges, Margaret
Gerig, Elizabeth Horn, Ethel Horn,
Elizabeth Bennett, Maggie May Mc Mc-Cranle,
Cranle, Mc-Cranle, Willie May Lang, Margaret
Jumping jacks: Bob Chace, Norman
Horn, Charles Cullen, Ralph Cullen,
William Richey, Frank Rentz, Regi Reginald
nald Reginald MacKay, Thelbert Troxler, Charles
Noah's ark animals: George Newsom,
Moultrie Thomas, Kenneth MacKay,
Paul Brinson, Walter Troxler.
Miss Gertie Peyser, who by reason
of talent, training and acquaintance is
peculiarly ntted to play at home homemade
made homemade entertainments, was the accom accompanist.
panist. accompanist. The theme of the play Is Bonnie, a
toyman's daughter, wandering In the
woods near her father's shop at the
close of day. She was overtaken by
the Sandman who cast her into a magic
sleep. While asleep she dreamed a
wonderful dream where'n the bisque
and wooden creatures of the toy shop
come to life and numerous strange
adventures befall her and the toys be before
fore before morning light scatters the charm.
In the toy shop a romance between
the Parisian doll. Fi-Fi, Miss Cecile
Downs, and Lieut. Tinheart, Mr. C. L.
Anderson, wove a web in which the
Miss Cecile Downs made a most
charming Fi-Fi, and Mr.' Clifford An Anderson
derson Anderson as Lieut Tinheart and Mr. Al Albert
bert Albert Gerig as Prince Lollypop were
most ridiculously romantic in their
rivalry for her hand. M'ss Minnie Sto Stovall
vall Stovall was indeed a bonny Bonnie, and
Miss Alice Bullock made a charmingly
comical Loosey. Barnacles generally
stick, but the audience was stuck on
Captain Barnacle, generally known as
Mr. Charles Woodrow. The merriment
of the cheerful doll's head (Mrs. Mary
Eagleton) was contagious, and the
only drawback to Miss Lois Ellis as
Inkspot was that her make-up conceal concealed
ed concealed somewhat her natural good looks.
Mrs. Violet Powers was a lovely talk talking
ing talking doll and everybody rejoiced when
Mrs. Carney Mims evoluted from a
malignant witch into a beautiful fairy.
Japanese dolls would be the rage if
they were all like Miss Mary Burford,
and in both singing and acting Miss
Marguerite Porter made a perfect Bo Bo-peep.
peep. Bo-peep. Mr. J. J. Gerig was the embodi embodiment
ment embodiment of the wit and benevolence be believed
lieved believed to be embodied in the man in
the moon, and he made a good Sand Sandman,
man, Sandman, too. Mr. Alfred Beck aptly rep represented
resented represented the shrewd and kind-hearted
old toymaker, and Messrs. Pat Ander Anderson
son Anderson and Olaf Zewadski were the most
amusing of clowns. Mrs. George Blitch's
dance was the poetry of motion, and
the admiring eyes of every man in the
house followed the chorus of brides bridesmaids
maids bridesmaids thru its graceful evolutions.
The performance was successful
financially as well as 'n all other re respects.
spects. respects. After all expenses are paid,
the hospital will be about $200 to the
Lady in Goodwatcr Describes Her
Distressing Experience and
Teiis How She Was
Ooodwttcr, Mo. ''Ever 6ince I vu
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'I was a great sufferer from dyspepsia.
I suffered misery after eating, and had
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Thedford's Black-Draught, in small
doses, every night, the heartburn was all
gone in a few days, and I could eat
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although that was some time ago, tha
dyspepsia has not returned.
I speak a good word for Thedford's
Black-Draught whenever I have the op opportunity."
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stimulates the liver.
It acts gently and is without bad after
effects. Try it Price 25c
Mcintosh, March 5. "On the jump" j
is a phrase that exactly described the j
condition of our residents at present.
as with numerous tourists in town,
two shows and three dances within a
week has kept them on the go.
A few of our young ladies have or
ganized a "hiker's club." The first
"hike" was held on Wednesday to
Micanopy, leaving Mcintosh at 9:05,
they reached Micanopy about noon, re
turning home on the afternoon train-
Owing to the bad roads, only three
were "game" for the long walk. They
were Misses Emily Baldwin of Tal-
botton, Ga., Mary Ewlng Gaitsklll of
Winchester, Ky and- Bobbie Baldwin
Miss Protheroe of New York, who Is
spending the winter with her grand
mother at Interlachen, was in town
for a few days, stopping at the Bald Baldwin
win Baldwin House.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Christian delight delightfully
fully delightfully entertained their guests at Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs on Tuesday. Three auto3
conveyed the party of twelve to this
lovely Mecca of Florida tourists. A
ride in the glass-bottom, boat revealed
to their enraptured gaze the gorgeous
coloring of the wonderful formations
that adorn the bed of these famous
springs. A picnic luncheon was boun bountifully
tifully bountifully and daintily served at the noon
Mrs. Randolph Brown entertained the
thimble club on Wednesday in a most
charming and delightful manner. Fif Fifteen
teen Fifteen ladies were present. Delicious
refreshments, consisting of frappe and
home-made candies, sandwiches, etc.,
Mrs. John W. Christian of Chlles Chlles-burg,
burg, Chlles-burg, Ky., and Mrs. Howard Early and
baby of Lexington, Ky., are guests of
Mrs. J. K. Christian.
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E. Broadway Ocala, Fla
UNITED STATES post office ana
court house, (building) Ocala, Fla.
Office of custodian. Feb. 27, 1913.
Sealed proposals will be received at
this building until 2 o'clock p. ra.,
March 10. 1S13. and then opened, for
furnishing- electric current, gas, water,
ice and miscellaneous supplies, and
for removing- ashes and rubbish, wash wash-ins
ins wash-ins towels and sprinkling streets dur during
ing during the fiscal year ending June 30,
1S14. Sealed proposals will also be re received
ceived received until 2 o'clock p. m.. April 22,
1913. and then opened, for fifteen tons
bituminous coal and two cords wood.
The right to Teject any and all bids la
reserved by the treasury department.
Frank J. Huber, Custodian. 28-1-7-8
Nearly every skin disease yields
quickly and permanently to .Bucklen'
Arnica Salve, and nothing is better
for burns or .bruises. Soothes and
heals. John Deye, of Gladwin, Mich.,
says, after suffering twelve years with
skin ailment and spending: $400 in
doctors' bills, Buoklen's Arnica Salve
cured him. It will help you. Only
25c. Recommended by Tydings &
Moss Bluff, March 4. The young
people of "Moss Bluff and Eleetra
gathered at the landing of Mr. E. L
Martin last Saturday and started for
Silver Springs on the reliable little
launch, "Lotus," of Mr. H. E. Martin.
The party left at 9:30 for a trip on the
Oklawaha river and Silver Springs.
Some beautiful scenery is on this trip
and the kodaks were busy all day tak taking
ing taking pictures at all the. picturesque
places. At a late noon hour the launch
was stopped at a beautiful spot on the
high band of the river and beneath
the beautiful palms a bountiful picnic
dinner Was spread and everyone did
full justice to the spread. After a hour
spent in pleasant conversation, the
party left for Silver Springs, passing
several parties from Eustis in launches
on the run and the Okeehumpkee of
the Hart Line, loaded with passen passengers,
gers, passengers, and after a close squeeze passed.
The party reached the springs in the
afternoon and enjoyed several hours
seeing the sights of the ladies parlor
and other points of interest. The
party headed for home. Reaching
Sharp's Ferry, the home of Mr. J. L.
Hinton was visited. A stop was made
at Heather Island to see the improve improvements
ments improvements there and the costly residence
erected some time ago. The party
reached home safely after a most en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable trip. Those in the party were
Miss Emily Halford, Miss Eva Over Over-street,
street, Over-street, Miss Annie Holly, Miss Myrtle
Mock, Miss Mary Davis, Miss Katie
Long and Messrs. H. E. Martin, J. B.
Holton, W. C. Caldwell, Flint Holly
and W. C. "White.
BEST KNOWN COUGH REMEDY
For forty-three years Dr. King's
New' Discovery has been known
throughout the world as the most Te
llable cough remedy. Over three mill-
Ion bottles were used last year. Isn't
this proof? It will get rid of your
cough, or we will refund your money.
J. J. Owens, of Allendale, S. C, writes
the way hundreds of others have done:
"After twenty years, I find that Dr.
King's New Discovery is the best rem remedy
edy remedy for coughs and colds that I have
ever used." For coughs or colds and
all throat and lung troubles, It has no
equal. 50c. and fl at Tydings-& Com Company.
pany. Company. Advertisement.
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir. March 4. Mr. A.
H. Foss and wife were here on a short
visit last week and were accompanied
by Mrs. Foss niece, Miss Blanch
Pierce and Miss Sanford of Water
bury. Conn. Miss Pierce will be re remembered
membered remembered as being here last winter.
Her many friends were glad to wel
come her here again.
Mr. Albertson Is shipping again this
week and Mr. Willard will also ship
some more of hi3 oranges this week
and that will about clean up the crop
for this year.
Mrs. C. S. Gates made a trip to
Ocala last Saturday.
Mrs. C. S. HalL who has ben the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Gates for the
past month or two. went up to Ocala
Saturday to make a short visit with
her nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. A.
A tight feeling in the chest accom accompanied
panied accompanied by a short, dry cough, indicates
an inflamed condition In the lungs. To
relieve it buy the dollar size BAL BALLARD'S
LARD'S BALLARD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP; you
get with each bottle a free HER HER-RICK'S
RICK'S HER-RICK'S RED PEPPER POROUS PLAS PLASTER
TER PLASTER for the chest. The syrup relaxes
the tightness and the plaster draws
out the inflammation. It is an ideal
combination for curing colds settled
in the lungs. Sold by all druggists, ad
$m IprJfl I I A PA
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I am "Boy Blue."
Every week, for a whole year, I am going to be in
the newspaper, and tell you where to buy hardware.
I want to get real well acquainted with you, and I
don't care if every boy or girl who sees me cuts me cut of
each week and puts me in a scrap-book.
BUY YOUR HARDWARE FROM
N: HARDWARE' C
Modern. Home, 8 lore and Office Build-'
lues Erected at Reasonable I'rlcen.
All Kinds of Repair Work Promptly
Plans FnrnlMbed With all Work. All
- - Box
- 'So. 38, Sancaea Street
7 s OCALA. FLORIDA
CHINA DINNER SETS
Order a China Dinner or Breakfast
Set with your Initial on same.
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ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY
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LORETTO (Near Mandarin) Florida
Boarding School for Boys, Conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph Joseph-Boys
Boys Joseph-Boys from Eight to Fourteen Years Received, and Carefully Trained on
Physical, Intellectual, Moral and Social Lines. Healthy Location. Mag Magnificent
nificent Magnificent Swimuiing Pool. Complete Equipment In Scihoolrooms. Dona
itories, Dining Hall and RecreationRooms.
Apply for Prospcctas to the Sister Superior
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY IORETTO. FLORIDA
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, 8, 1913
who Jets 1he
Economy looks like an up-hill game when you first
begin, and sometimes IS an up-hill game: but it is the
ROAD TO PROSPERITY, and if you can preserve in
your small economies you will find this out. Your
extravagance does not draw interest. Some day you
will pay interest on your present extravagance If
you put that money in the BANK NOW, you can some
day afford to buy the luxuries you crave without miss missing
ing missing the money.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Acconnts
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REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Agent for a dozen of the best Fire Insurance Companies in the
country. Thoroughly competent to care for your insurance business.
I Will be Pleased to Care for You r Business in Any of These Lines.
F. W. DITTO Phone 285 OCALA, FLA.
F. E. McCLANE, M. D.
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
AND ; ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
PHONES Office. No. 333. Dr. McClane's Residence, Nq, 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block, Southwest Corner Public Square.
We have just received a full line of all kinds of fresh seeds and
are in position to make you good prices on any varieties that you may
need. All orders will receive our most prompt and careful attention.
Can forward packages weighing up to 11 pounds by parcel post and at
much cheaper rates than by express.
Below we list a few varieties of the seed that we carry and will be
?lad to make quotations on any others not listed.
Ward well's Kidney Wax Deans $5.75
Davis White Wfax Beans 5.75
Curries Rust Proof Wax Beans.... 5.75
Red Valentine Beans 5.50
Black Valentine Beans 5.50
Extra Early Refugee Eeans 5.50
Longfellow Beans 5.50
Anv of the above? varieties 25
Any of the above varieties l.&u per pecx
Livingston's Globe Tomato 2.50 per pound
Redfield Beauty Tomato . 2.0D per pound
New Stone Tomato 2.00 per pound
Spark's Earliana Tomato 2.0 Q per pound
Dwarf Champion Tomato 2.00 per pound
Early Detroit Tomato 2.50 per pound
White Spine Cucumber 1.00 per pound
Early Fortune Cucumber 1.00 per pound
Long Green Cucumber 1.00 per pound
Genuine Rocky Ford Cantaloupe 1.25 per pound
Tom Watson Watermelon 1.00 per pound
Florida Favorite Watermelon 75 per pound
Kleckley Sweets Watermelon 75 per pound
Georgia Rattlesnake Watermelon 75 per pound
MAINE GROWN SEED POTATOES
Red Bliss Triumph Potatoes
Spaulding's Rose No. 4 Potatoes
Irish Cobbler Potatoes
We have many other varieties
tfcom n reasonable as anv dealer in
them as perfectly reliable and far
We solicit j'our patronage and
entrusted to our care.
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Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plane.
Ani'iv4' Plan, $2 per day and up. European Plan. 11,00 per day and
Special Weekly Rates.
CtttiFcttill & Co.
Town property, improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real profit profit-bringing
bringing profit-bringing investments.
Orange Groves .Jetaoi etoai shrd
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Groves or almost anything you
wish, on terms to suit.
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
. the taxes.
3.50 10 peck
3.50 10 peck
3.50 10 peck
of seeds of all kinds and can ma
the South and can recommen
superior to what are sold by some
guarantee satisfaction on all orders
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AND 14th ST.
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Undertaker Smith, pnones 10 and 94.
Five reel3. Temple tonight," 5-10 cts.
Icy-Hot bottles at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Ad.
Clocks of all kinds aud at all prices.
A. E. Burnett. Ad.
SIX ROOil COTTAGE FOR RENT RENT-Apply
Apply RENT-Apply to Mrs. R. D. Fuller. 1-5
Plckard'a flae hand-pamtetl china at
Burnett, the Jeweler's. Ad.
An elegant line of rings, bracelets
and pins at Burnett's. Ad-
White Clover Flour Is better,
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Fire Chief Chambers got somebody's
goat today. Anybody shy a goat should
LOST Confederate cross of honor.
Finder please return to Star office and
receive reward. 3-4-6td
Tbe fainouft "quartette from HIro HIro-letto
letto HIro-letto 1b afceet form and on Victor re record
cord record for sale by A. M Lanaford. ltd
Nyal's Corn ReTnbvtr actually re removes.
moves. removes. 25c.'""' at both GerIgsDmg
Me Horace Whetstone has returned
rrom ort Aiead" where he has xeen
for ihe past two months.
and plumes oTi1 T'lvain
by J. S. Crom-3-6-tf
er, phone 451.
WANTED S'tuatlon by experienced
clothing and dry goods salesman. Can
furnish best reference. Now out of
Ocala. Address Box 462. 3-8-tf
Are you going to take a bath? Then
go to the Court Pharmacy and get a
bar of Beck's hard water soap, only
ten cents per cake. Adv.
Never lost! When your umbrella Is
neatly lettered for 25 cents by the
Podge Sign Co., original sign writers.
Same old stand. 2-26
Shoe polish. We bave anything you
need for shoes in stock at the Court
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Tharmacy. Adv.
Mrs. Brad Shockley, who was operat operated
ed operated on for appendicitis at the hospital,
Is doing well today, and all the other
patients are Improving rapidly.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
won fts great reputation and extensive
sale by its remarkable -' cures of
coughs, colds and croup. It can be de
pended upon. 'Try it. Sold by all
- I want to borrow 52500. Security
gilt edge. Address, Box 444, Ocala,
Fla. 2-17-5td ltw
Use Dike's Quinine and Sage Hair
Tonic once a week on your head and
enjoy a healthy, clean scalp. Tou will
find this excellent tonic at the Court
Are you troubles with roaches? Then
try a box of Magric Hoodoo roach pow
der at the Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Pearl tooth brushes are sold at
Gerig's Drug Stores at 25c. and guar
Edison phonographs aim nearly two
thousand records to select from at A.
E. Burnett's. Ad.
R, E. Yqnge, Sr., is in Jacksonville
with his sick son and writes discour
aging ana distressing news m regard
to his condition, and he grows weaker
Five reels, Temple tonight, 5-10 cts.
necK a ouious nau-sics ieenng oe-
fore It gets serious. A dose of HER HER-BINE
BINE HER-BINE is the remedy. It restores en energy,
ergy, energy, appetite and cheerful spirits.
Price 50c. Sold by all druggists. Ad.
LOST On Tuesday afternoon, a
purse containing a check ror 5b irom
Mrs. Van Hood to Katie Arnold, a re receipt
ceipt receipt from a dentist and $1.60 in mon
ey. Finder return to Mrs. Hood and
receive reward. 3-7-ti
Mr. Ralph Billlngsiey came aown
yesterday from Jacksonville with the
first of the new self-starting, electric
lighted Overland cars for Messrs.
Knight & Lang, the agents for this ex
cellent car in this territory.
WANTED IN OCALA Manager for
the branch office of the Provident
Homes Association. This Is a deslratfle
and remunerative position for the rigfct
man. For particulars address ProvK
dent Homes Asssociation, Tampa, Fla.
Ady. 3td 7 8
Gentlemen, have your suits, hatsi
and neckties dry cleaned by one who
knows h o v. J 3. CrcTmer. phone
H. Bagnall of Lynn e was In
wn today and paid the Star office a
pleasant can. wniie sitting mxtne of
fice one Qrotir physicians came In and
recognized in) Mr. Bagnall the gentle
man who twelve years ago had his
leg amputated in the Ocala hospital.
Eight months latgiiie hospital was
closed f Lmirf!otti n d s. but the next
day Mr. Bagnall's checK for $1001 was
eceived, which enabled the hospital to
C A C KTjlU4J-UgT C ACKLE: Yes
the hens are all cackling when fed
Conkey'a Laying Tonic. It sure does
bring the ei
;gs. For sale by
WANTED To buy 500 to 3000 acres
01 gooa, general isrmins ianu, wusb 10
transportation, owners Keauy um-
pany, 4iu cranium st. lampa, ia
Children are much more likely to
contract tne contagious mseases wnen
they have colds. Whooping cough.
diphtheria, scarlet fever and consump
tion are diseases that are often con
tracted when the child has a cold. That
Is why all medical authorities say be
ware of colds. For the quick cure of
colds you will find nothing Better tnani
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It can j
always be depended upon and Is pleas-
ant and safe to take. For sale by all
EGGS FOR sale
Barred Plymouth Rock and Indian
Runner duck eggs, SI per setting. H.
S. Wesson. Ocala. J-13-lm
The Crucifixion of Jewns
TVhen the apostle wrote to a certain
Asiatic church he sa'd, among many
other pertinent and pointed things: "I
am determined to know nothing among
you but Jesus Christ and him crucified."
He said in substance, writing to the
church at Galatea: "I marvel that ye
are removing from the grace of Christ
unto a different gospeL" And then
adds: "Though we, or any angel from
heaven, should preach unto you any
gospel other than that which we have
preached unto you, let him be ana anathema."
thema." anathema." He says, "Am I seeking the
favor of men or of God? Am I striv striving
ing striving to please men?'
The burden of Evangelist Jones
messages from day to day have been,
"Jesus Christ and him crucified." There
are few questions concerning which
a man may presume to be dogmatic.
Columbus wasn't sure the world was
round, but he believed it so heartily
that he staked his all to justify his
faith. So it is with us about most
questions. Scientific conclusions to today
day today are demonstrated illusions tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. However, he must be indeed a
bold man who can dogmatize about
anything. But, In the realm of man's
relationship to sin and to God, we
have a plan so clearly defined, a rule
of faith and practice so entirely tinique
and a command respecting them so di
vine and absolute, that to be less than
dogmatic is to invite upon ourselves
the anathemas the apostle himself In Invoked
voked Invoked even for an angel of heaven.
The crucifixion of Jesus finds its
justification in the sin of man. The
enormity of man's guilt is demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated in the tragedy of the cross.
Mr. Jones has sought to help men and
women to see themselves as sinners,
and in need of a Savior. To do this he
has been plain of speech. To the self self-righteous
righteous self-righteous and self-centered, he has
shown the hopelessness of morality
untouched by the blood of Christ. To
the lovers of this world he has shown
that friendship of the world spells en enmity
mity enmity to God. Men and women of all
creeds and faiths have heard him
some to criticise, some to utterly con condemn,
demn, condemn, some to "damn with faint
praise," but scores and scores to see
themselves as God sees them unsaved,
and to find salvation as Jesus was ex exalted
alted exalted before them. It was just so in
the time of Christ and under his own
personal appeals, "He came unto his
own and his own received him not, but
to as many as received him, 'to them
gave he the right to become jthe sons
Ocala Is profoundly stirred and deep deeply
ly deeply impressed. In spite of counter at attractions
tractions attractions crowds are ttending every
service. No service is closing without
definite results. Family altars are
erected, public professions of faith in
Christ are numerous and constant. To Tomorrow
morrow Tomorrow will be a great day, as it may
probably be the last. Three services,
11 a. :n 3 p. m., 7:30 p. m. .'
J. B. Ley.
AT THE CHURCHES iCMORROW
Bunyan Stephens,, pastor.
9,:30 a.' m. Sunday school.
.. 10:0 a. m. Sermonette by the pas pastor,
tor, pastor, "Why Join the Church."
11a. m. Union revival service in the
3:30 p. m. Junior Union.
6:45 p. m. Senior Union,
A hearty welcome to all.
(Pastor, Rev. Vv. H. Dodge, D D.)
it:45 a. m; Sunday School.
The morning service will
10:30 Immediately after the .Sunday
school, and- last just half an hour,
when the congregation will be dismiss- I
ed to attend the union, service in the
Collier block. Let all members of the
church be in attendance at 10:30
Rev, J, B. Ley, Pastor.
Sunday school 9:30 to 10:30. This
will be followed by an half-hour ser
vice of the school and congregation.
when adjournment will be taken
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vaugexisi dunes. Aiie pa.sior win oe
pleased to meet his entire consresra-
tion at 10:30 at nis chUrch and equally
glad to have them all at the later ser service
vice service "with Mr. Jones.
(W. H. Coleman, Minister.)
a. m. Sunday School.
a. m. Short sermon.
The conersration will loin
in the union meeting,
:30 p. m. Union services at
On account Of the union meeting at
3 o'clock no Junior C. E. meeting will
MRS. R. C.
Mrs. R. C. Douglas died at her home
at CItra yeCAday. Mrs. Douglas was
a sister of-Kessrs. E. L, and R. K.
Wartmann ofCitra and Miss Byrd
w artmann ,ai Ocala. The funeral ger-J
vices were held at Citra today jMr. E,
Cr "Smith -of Ocala! hard-charge of tae
CALL 3IEETING OF
THE EPWORTH LEAGUE
All tnembjs of the Senior Epworth
League of the Methodist church are
earnestly urged to be present at the
call meeting of the league Sunday aft
ernoon at -:15. Business of special
importance must be arranged at this
I A. Snow,
S. C. Hickel, Jr.,
All residents of the city who desire
to have garbage removed should tele
phone, or otherwise notify. City Clerk
Sistrunk. If they do so, their request
win be attended to the next morning,
hf not SOoner.
Twin Indian motorevcle. lust new
fully eauiDDed and in first class con-
hmion at an extra eood bargain for
cash. See G. Moraran at H. W. Tucker's
Piumbing shoe or write P. O. Box.
FOR RENT orrtces n Solder build
Ing. Apply to Davis & Martin.
call phone No. 28 ror your quick
delivery service when in need of drug3,
prescriptions or toilet articles. Adv.
For first class antomoDIle service
by the trio, hour or day. phone No.
327 First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.
I Five reels. Temple tonight. 5-10 cts.
Among the guests of the Harring
ton are Mr. Otto Gresham and his)
mother, Mrs. Walter Q. Gresham of!
Chicago. They are friends of Mr. and
Mrs. 1L L. Anderson. Mr. Gresham and
Mr. Anderson having been classmates
at college. Mrs. Gresiam is the widow
of a distinguished man who might
have been president of the United
States if he had not refused to try for
the nomination of the republican party.
He was secretary of state under Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, and was one of the most demo democratic
cratic democratic citizens who ever filled that
great office. Mrs. Gresham and Mr.
Gresham are much pleased with Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Drake of Talaha
are expected to spend Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. W. Hocker. They will make
the trip In their beautiful new Cadillac.
Mr. George Ford who has been with
his wife at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers for sev several
eral several weeks, returned to Jacksonville
Wednesday, and today Mrs. Ford join
Mr. and Mrs. Harrington Adams left
today for Orlando, where they will in
all probability -tage Fi-Fi of the Toy Toyshop.
shop. Toyshop. During their two weeks stay
in Ocala Mr. and Mrs. Adams made
many friends who hope they will re return
turn return next winter.
Miss Florence Corpening. "of Ashe-
ville, N. C, who is taking a ten day
trip through Flor'da, is in Ocala for a
Miss Fay Cribbett, who is a college
senior at Stetson, nad as her guest for
the week end her father, Mr. Cribbett,
of St. Petersburg. DeLand notes in
Miss Flora Maddox left this morn
ing for her home in Eminence, Ky. In
her two-years residence in Ocala she
has made many friends who will regret
her absence and hopg for her return, j
The Eastern Star sewing circle will I
meet Tuesday afternoon at Yonge's
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cook of Hamil
ton, Ga., who have been visiting at
Clearwater, passed thru town today on
their way home. They had a pleasant'
chat with former friends, Doctors Van
and Walter Hood, while the train stop stopped.
ped. stopped. j
Dr. and Mrs. r. K. Lane are in
Eastern Star Meeting
The meeting at Yonge's Hall last
night of Ocala chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
was a success in every way. Miss Mae
Stein. Mrs. R. L Martin and Mr. W. V.
Wheeler were initiated into the order
and at the close of the chapter, ex expressed
pressed expressed themselves as pleased. At this
meeting the chapter enjoyed having
present two past worthy matrons from
Chicago, Mrs. Clute and Mrs. Weed-
man, the latter kindly assisting with
the initiation and complimented the
chapter on its good work After close
of chapter ice cream and cake was
served by Mrs. H. A. Kramer, Mrs. E.
DeCamp, Mrs. ,C. E. Simmons and Mrs.
IT. A. "Wesson.
AUXILIARY MEETS THIS EVENING
The members of the Auxiliary Asso
ciation of the Marion County Hospital
land their friends are invited to a meet
ing at-the residence of Mrs. Clarence
Camp this evening. Business of lm-
is to be transacted.
EXPLANATION AND APOLOGY
The "Man-in-the-Moon" wishes to
apologize to the "Talking Doll" for
having made the blunder last evening
; through which she was deprived of
her part in the performance, and which
also cost the audience a laugh or two.
Her name denoted the fact that she
was a "talking Doll' and the "Moon-
Man mads that nam a a misnnmpr hv
forgetting to pull the string entirely
jl'm sorry, is all I can say. J. J. Gerij
FROM SILVER SPRINGS
Next Sunday, March 9th, the Silver
Springs Company will operate an ex
cursion for both ladles and gentlemen
on the yacht City of Ocala, down the
river about sixty miles, and will serve
an elegant dinner on the boat The
price of the round trip ticket, includ
ing dinner, will be $1.50, and tickets
may be had at the Strauss Cafe. The
boat will leave the springs after the
arrival of the Ocala Northern train
OPEN MT anu xight
Mercuants' Cafe, A. C. L, depot cor-
er. Meals a la carte ana luncnes nt
ny hour. Ad.
Five reels. Temple tonight, 5-10 cts
3 cans Van Camp's soup 25c
beans . 25c
" Mince Meat. 25c
" Sunbcsm shrimp 25c
lb Soda.... ;
O fane small flat SaliHOIl 35C
" t3lI Salmon 30c
99 Argo large Salmon .-45c
" Ocean Gem tail" ... 20c
HOTEL ASTOR COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
The Value of
Too many people look down on small beginnings.
They think they will open a savings account when
they get a hundred dollars. .We have seen a good
many more really substantial savings accounts de developed
veloped developed from a start of one dollar and a determina determination.
tion. determination. We like these small beginnings, They show
the true saving spirit. Open that account to-day.
OCALA NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL FULL PAID IN 9758.
H. D. STOKES. Cashtar.
EDWARDS, Pres. CLARENCE CAMP, Vie Pro.
Young Frying Sized Chickens, in Limited Quantity
35 Cents Per Pound
Dressed Extra Fine and I Want You to Try Them
MICE BEEF, PORK, AND filUTTOH, CELERY, OYSTERS, ETC.
First Class Service Assured and will Appreciate your trade
Phone 108 W. C. MARSH, City Market
SKVKXTKEV 11LOODED SU'IXE
HIS Shipment of Fine Husk for
Hiawatha Lake Stock Farm
Mr. H. H. Whitworth returned yes
terday morning from Tennessee, where
he. has been for several days, on some
of the best breeding farms of that
tate, selecting some choice Red Duroc
Jersey hogs for his Hiawatha Lake
Stock Farm, three miles southwest of
he city. Mr. Whitworth purchased
eventeen head of hogs, all of which
came in yesterday by express and were
mmediately taken out to their new
home, where they will mingle with the
big- herd of red rogs that were bred
and raised on the farm. With the ex-
eption of one crate of pgs, the hogs
are all big fellows though they are
only pigs in age. Each animal is pure
blood, blue ribbon and pedigreed
tock and cost Mr. Whitworth a nice
um. Mr. Whitworth looked over the
hogs on several of the best hog breed-
ng farms of Tennessee and selected
the very best that he could find. Hia Hiawatha
watha Hiawatha Lake Stock Farm, has already
made a name for itself in raising Red
Duroc Jersey hogs and Jersey cows,
and its fame Is only beginning to
what it will be in a few years.
FIMSIIEO SHlPriXO HIS FUUIT
Mr. Z. C, Chambllss has finished
gathering and shipping the oranges
from his pretty grove in the hammock
at Fairy Island, in Sumter county. The
crop was fine and the yield better than
Mr. Chambliss had expected, and he Is
fortunate to have held them for the
good market that exists now, instead
of rushing them off long ago when the
price was down.
Mr. Chambliss has a very fine grove
on this island, so well protected, that
there is little danger of Its being hurt
by the cold. The land is very fertile
and the yield usually heavy. The grove
s located on an Island surrounded by
a stream of water, which curves around
t and empties into the Withlacoocb.ee
river. lhe island is one or tne most
beautiful natural spots in the state,
and many of the trees growing on. it
are veritable monarchs of the forest.
Its protection by forest and water is
so ample that the danger of a freeze is
negative quantity. The only draw
back to Fairy Island Grove, and even
fairyland has some drawback, Is the
lack of transportation and the fruit
has to be hauled several miles by
Mr. and Mrs. Chambliss and their
friends, many of whom they have tak taken
en taken down, with them in the car, greatly
enjoy staying there and Mr. Chambliss
has been spending a good portion of
the past two weeks there, while per
sonally superintending tae gathering
and packing of the fruit
SOME PRETTY" CARDS
Mr. II. Tarker Wilcox, the photo
grapher, has made for the Harrington
a. thousand beautiful postcard pictures
of the hotel for mailing. The cards
were made from an excellent photo
graph of the hotel taken by Mr. Wil
cox, xne Harrington wm sena out ana
ive away the cards free.
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Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 13. F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each month at 7:30
o'clock, until further notice.
C. IL Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
LOTAL DltDZn OF MOOSE
. The Ocala Lodge, No. 6S9, Loyal Or Order
der Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock in the Gary build building,
ing, building, third Soor. Visiting brothers are
invited to attenl our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershon, D'?tator.
E. L. Stapp, Secretary. Ad.
WOOD3IE.V OF THE TTORLD
Fort King Camp, No. 14. Woodmen
of the World, will hold their next reg
ular meeting Friday evening, Mch. 14,
at Yonee's HalL Every member is
urged to be present and visitors al
ways welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C.
C. XL. Sage. Clerk. Ad.
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The market rormeny Known as the
Oilie Mordls' is now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and fish.
Orders by phone will receive prompt
xttentlon. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right.
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KXIGIITS Or PTTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
rield every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over Peyser's Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit
ing brothers. D. W. Tompkins, a C.
Chas. K. Sage. IC R. S. Ad.
CHAPTER ISO. IS It; A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
L'hapter No. 13, R. 'A. JL, on the fourth
Friday In every month, at 7:30 p. m.
C E. Connor, H. P.
Jake Brown, secretary. Ad.
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.
COXCORDIA lodge: f. v. op a.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
month. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M
Cha3. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.
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Notice is hereby given that on the
5th day of July, A. D. 1913, the under undersigned
signed undersigned will present my accounts and
vouchers to the judge of probate In
and for Marion county, Florida, at his
of dee in Ocala, and will make my
flnal settlement and will apply for dis discharge.
charge. discharge. This 3rd day of January, A. D. 1913.
D, A. Smith,
As Administrator of the Estate of A.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all cred
itors, legatees, distributees and all
other- persons having claims and de demands
mands demands against the estate of Selwyn E.
Howe, deceased, to present said claims
duly proven to the undersigned within
two years from the date of the first
publication of this notice, to-wit: Sep
tember 30th. 1912. Mary E. Bosrie.
Administratrix of the Estate of Selwyn
m. Jttowe, ueceasea.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Creditors, legatees, distributees and
an persons having claims or demands
against the estate of William Ander
son, late of Ocala, Florida, are called
upon to present them within two years
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Ocala, Fla., Dec 31st, 1912.
Rebecca W. Anderson.
Executrix of the Will of William An
NOTICE OP DISSOLUTION
Notice Is hereby given that the firm
of Dennis and Blanding, heretofore
composed of the undersigned, and do doing
ing doing business at Juliette, in Marion
county, Fla., has this day been dissolv
ed Dy mutual consent. C. D. Dennis re
tiring, and A. II. Blanding continuing
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ties liabilities and all sums due said firm are
payable to him.
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C. D. Dennis.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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tors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all
otner persons having claims and de demands
mands demands against the estate of Robert
McDonald, deceased, to present said
claims duly proven to the underslsrned
within one year from the date of the
nrst publication of this notice, to-wit:
August Yin, laiz.
Robert J. McDonald,
As Administrator Estate of Robert D
Notice is hereby elven that V. J
Webb, as guardian of the estate of
Caleb H. Heath, a minor, will on the
31st day of March, 1913
file with the county Judge of Marlon
county, Florida, his -final report and
accounts as guardian of the estate of
tne said Caleb H. Heath, a minor, and
appiy io said county Judge for ap approval
proval approval thereof and for his discharge as
guardian of said estate. F. J. Webb,
Guardian of the Estate of Caleb H.
Tltusville, Fla., August 24. 1912.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all credit creditors,
ors, creditors, legatees, distributees and all other
persons having claims and demands
against the estate of Albert L. Barber,
deceased, to present said claims duly
proven to the undersigned within one
year from the date of the first publica publication
tion publication of this notice, to-wit: January
30th. 1912. D. A. Smith,
As Administrator Estate of Albert L
Ocala. Florida. Jan. 30, 1912.
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very beautiful one.
Mrs. R. P. Smith returned from a
pleasant visit to Archer Tuesday.
Mr. Cedric Smith attended the school
closing at Oak Hill Saturday night,
and quite a large crowd was present
despite the inclemency of the weather.
The program was quite a credit to th
Mrs. V. P. Smith returned from a
visit to Ocala and Candler last Tues Tuesday.
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR LETTERS PATENT
Notice is hereby siven that the un undersigned,
dersigned, undersigned, four weeks after publica publication
tion publication of this notice, in accordance with
the statutes of the state of Florida
governing and controlling corporations
for profit, will apply to the governor
of the state of Florida for letters pat patent
ent patent to issue under the following pro proposed
posed proposed charter.
H. C. Jones.
J. H. Compton.
Copy of Proposed Charter
We, the undersigned, hereby asso associate
ciate associate ourselves together for the pur purpose
pose purpose of becoming incorporated under
the laws of the state of Florida, ap applicable
plicable applicable to corporations for profit.
ARTICLE 1 NAME
The name of this corporation shall
be the Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works,
and its principal place of business shall
ue ai ucaia, norma, out it may estab
lish branch offlnes and hnsi
any other place or places which Its
ui ujreciors may direct, either
in mis state or in otner states.
ARTICLE 2. BUSINESS
The general nature or th& hiuinps?
to be transacted by this corporation is
l "Miiuiaciure ana sell, wnoiesale and
retail, all kinds of soda water, to bot bottle
tle bottle and sell, wholesale and retail, coca coca-cola,
cola, coca-cola, to manufacture and sell, whole
sale and retail, all kinds of soft
drinks; to own and operate a general
mercantile establishment, and to buy
am. eii mi manner ana Kinas or per personal
sonal personal property, to lend and borrow
money in the transaction of such busi business,
ness, business, to accept and give mortgages and
other securities, to buy and sell real
estate, and to hold, use and enjoy same
for any purpose for which such real
estate may be adapted; to manage,
control and improve any real estate
which the corporation may acquire, to
do any and all things necessary and
requisite for the carrying out of the
ARTICLE 3. CAPITAL STOCK
The amount of capital stock of this
corporation shall be $20,000. to be di divided
vided divided into 200 shares of stock at a par
value of $100 per share, any or all of
which capital stock shall be payable in
property or services at a just valuation
to be fixed by the directors of the cor corporation.
poration. corporation. ARTICLE 4. TERM
The term for which this corporation
shall exist is ninety-nine years.
ARTICLE 5. OFFICERS
The business of this corporation
shall be conducted by a president, vice
president, secretary, treasurer and
manager, and by a board of directors
consisting of not less than three nor
more than Ave members. All of the
above officers shall be elected at the
annual meeting of the stockholders, to
be held on the first Monday in April of
1913. and annually thereafter. Anv
two of the above offices mav be held
by one person, and each officer shall
be an ex-officio member of the board
The following named officers shall
conduct the business of this corpora corporation
tion corporation until those elected at the first
meeting shall qualify, namely: Presi President.
dent. President. Georsre McGahairin- -vSr nrci.
dent and treasurer, H. C. Jones: secre secretary
tary secretary and manager. J. H. Compton. A
directorate shall consist nf the ahnve
ARTICLE 6. INDEBTEDNESS
The hisrhest amount nf inriht.inoQa
to which this corporation shall at any
time subject itself to shall be $10,000.
NAMES AND RESIDENCES OF SUB
The names and nlares of rpsM-nc
together with the amount
stock subscribed by each subscriber.
are: Ueorge McGahagin. fifty shares;
IL C. Jones, fiftv sharps- T TT nnmr-
ton, fifty shares.
II. C. Jones.
.T TT Pnmtitnn
State of Florida.
County of Marion.
Before me the undersigned officer,
personally appeared George McGaha McGahagin
gin McGahagin and H. C. Jones, to me well known
who executed the foregoing proposed
charter of the Ocala Bottling Works,
who severally acknowledged to me
that they signed their names to the
nronosed charter fnr thp hsa and nnr.
poses therein expressed.
In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and seal this 15th day of
February. 1913. Bradford Williams.
.Notary Seal) Notary Public.
Mv commission exnires June IS. lfltfi
State of Florida.
County of Marion.
tierore me the undersigned officer,
personally appeared J. II. Compton, to
of any other brand
and Miss Claudia Bradley of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville were called here this week to the
bedside of their mother, who is quite
Mr. J. M. Smith was a business visi
tor to Raleigh Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Curry and daugh
ter Thelma and Miss Laura Kemp
spent Sunday with Mrs. J. O. Tyson.
Mrs. T. N. Smith and Miss Rosalie
Smith spent Saturday and Sunday with
Mr. and Mr3. R. C. Epperson of Willis-
ton and attended the quarterly con
ference at that place Sunday.
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me well known to be the individual
described in and who executed the
foregoing proposed charter of the
Ocala Bottling Works, and acknowl
edged to me that he signed his name to
the proposed charter for the use and
purposes therein expressed.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and seal this 20th day of
February, 1913. W. H. Burdick,
(Notary Seal) Notary Public.
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"The Man Higher Up"
Coprriifct. 1911. ky the Bobbs-fterrta
- I HE next day Jonn s omce was
X I besieged by a stream of
neighbors, calling with a new
born diffidence to say in per
son what they had said in mass the
evening before. No one doubted that
he would receive an enormous major majority.
ity. majority. It was not until the middle of the
afternoon that Ilalg: found him alone.
"Well. Cato." he grinned. they te!l
me they're a little exercised down Car Carthage
thage Carthage way'
John smiled faintly. "Not much. I
suspect. I've been thinking of Cato.
I'm not even a relative. Poor Jerry
"Great guns! You can think of him?
Guess you haven't read his interview."
"Yes. I have."
They alluded to Brent's comment on
the convention, in which he made nu numerous
merous numerous sarcastic references to the
"lofty souled uplifter who had sold out
to the gang for an office."
"It's the cry of a bitterly disappoint
ed man. Brent's chance of a lifetime Is
gone. He knows he can't beat you. and
he's sore. I wouldn't mind it."
"I don't I'm sorry for him. He could
have beaten Sherrod. I really believe."
"Look here, old man! I think I un understand
derstand understand how you're feeling over this.
You're not very happy because you
think it Isn't your victory that you
have it only by blackmailing a man
"I don't dislike Murchell person
. "At least you don't approve of him
politically. Down at the bottom of your
heart you're a little peevish because a
bit of trickery has got what your the
ory of fighting wouldn't win. And you
feel that in sacrificing, for merely er-
sonal considerations, what you conceive
to be a duty to the general scheme of
things yqu have been weak. Well.
you're right You have been weak
And I'm glad of it It will help you to
understand that no cold, abstract ideal
of duty that ignores the primitive self
ish instincts in men can attract much
less Impel, them. The truly good in
spires no sympathy. The point of this
matter is, out of your weakness has
come nothing but good. The bank
will eventually become a sound Insti
tution, and you I suppose you'll ad
mit that you'll make a better governor
than Sherrod or Brent?"
"I hope so. But that has come about
only through an accident over which I
have had no control."
"Remember another thing," Haig
continued. "Three weeks ago this
county cast you aside. Now it Is yell
ing its fool head off for you. The
American people worship the great
god Success. Keep successful. You've
been promoted from a lofty souled
uplifter to a practical politician for the
glory of God. Accept the promotion
He was relieved to note that John
could laugh. "And here," he grinned,
"endeth the reading of my last lesson.
It's one thing to share my vast store
of wisdom with John Dunmeade, the
visionary reformer, and quite another
to Jecture the neit governor. Funny
thing what a difference a prospective
office makes in one's attitude toward
John smiled absently. He was think thinking.
ing. thinking. "Haig," he said abruptly, "I sup suppose
pose suppose I'm an obstinate prig. But hon honestly,
estly, honestly, I'd give all I hope to possess to
be able to answer you. If only they'd
renominated me as district attorney!
I'd earned that Or if I could believe
that the present hullabaloo were not
Even while he spoke footsteps sound sounded
ed sounded In the outer office, and there was a
knock. John opened the door to admit
"Good afternoon!" was the latter's
"Won't you come in and sit down?"
Murchell accepted the invitation.
There was a moment of uncertainty.
Then Haig reached for his hat
"You needn't go on my account,"
Murchell answered the move. "In
fact I'd like you to stay."
Haig resumed his seat He and John
kept the silence of surprise.
But the senator recognized no occa occasion
sion occasion for constraint.
"I see," he said,
"you keep the old ol
I remember when
built it. He was a
Bee just the same,
man who accom-
"And I am not Is that your point?"
"nave you the right to be bitter?"
Murchell asked quietly. "When a man
still young has in six years so Im Impressed
pressed Impressed himself and his ideals on 7. 7.-000.000
000.000 7.-000.000 people that they demand him
for governor, and demand with an en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm I have rarely seen"
"Manufactured by your
"Stimulated," Murchell corrected
briefly and continued. "And through
him are beginning to realize, even
vaguely, their political responsibility,
he has something to his credit I think.
A good many men who think well of
themselves reach old age without ac accomplishing
complishing accomplishing so much. There are two
ways of serving a reform. One is as
the preacher, the dreamer. He is use-
fui because he points out the way we
shall go. The other is as the construc constructive
tive constructive leader, the man who takes the
forces he finds ready tn hand and uses
their power to change conditions a3
the people are prepared for change.
"You." he turned to John, "have got
to decide now which you will be. You
are goin to hn!d a great office. Pub Pub-He
He Pub-He nf?Ke I think you've found this out
already-isn't as simple as it seems to
those who haven't held It. The man
who would fill It with unfailing wis wisdom
dom wisdom and ?!it!i. with exact honesty
and still tie 'useful -must be as stern
and nnvieKTina a thf forces or nature.
and as strir."
And I am ut that" But the bit bitterness
terness bitterness was lac-king now.
"No man Is. Murchell said gently:
"I've got you the nomination through
methods you won't consider clean. I've
made promises you won't like, but that
you miiit keep, or we'll both be de destroyed
stroyed destroyed politically."
Without excusing or concealing a
single maneuver he narrated the story
of the campaign and the convention.
The snuffling of feet In the outer
room gave John the excuse to leave.
He was heard dismissing the visitor.
But many minutes flew by before he
It was little enough time for what he
had to decide.
A marvel had been wrought To
Murchell had been giveu a new pur purpose.
pose. purpose. But Murchell. the workman,
could never change: he was too old.
His lack of resject for the people and
popular impulse, the habit of judging
means by the end. fixed through a
lifetime, would persist. And he was
the stronger man. his the greater gen genius.
ius. genius. The Instinct for mastery must
be served. Who joined him did so as
a follower, to le dominated by the
leader's Ideal and philosophy.
"If only I could answer him!" John
cried within himself.
But his experience, silencing Inspira Inspiration,
tion, Inspiration, had not taught him that answer.
There was but one way for him to
decide. The trap of circumstance,
sprung by his own weakness, held him
fast Having accepted advancement
at the hands of that which he believed
to be wrong, he might no longer open openly
ly openly fight against it As an enemy to
the machine, whose beneficiary he had
become, he would be discredited un unconvincing.
convincing. unconvincing. His only hope for useful usefulness
ness usefulness lay In the proffered alliance, in
Murchell's new purpose.
For a little Haig sat in the unwonted
silence of embarrassment Then he
"Senator Murchell. I'd like to apolo apologize
gize apologize If you will let me."
"For telling the truth? It isn't nec necessary."
essary." necessary." "No. for believing my impertinent
theatric Intervention responsible for
"You don't lelieve that now?"
"I do nt. And"- Haig hesitated
in the masculine awkwardness liefore
sentiment. "And I know Dnnmende
can trust your offer."
Soon John returned. He held out his
hand to William Murchell.
"I haven't the right to refuse."
He was no longer a voice. He had
passed from the wilderness to the
haunts of men. where action, not
preachments achievements, not proph
ecy are the currency of life.
Was he weak, the theory of life and
growth he accepted wrong? To this
day John Dunmeade often asks the
quesUon. SomeUmes he doubts. But
then, looking back over what has been
done and foreseeing a fuller triumph,
he puts away the question. For the
compact, that day struck, held. Under
Murchell's tutelage he learned to com compromise,
promise, compromise, to substitute craft and in
trigue for the honorable, open methods
he loved. But he has never lost sight
of his purpose and, though there have
been halts and detours and even re retreats,
treats, retreats, the general direction has been
forward. When his time came William
Murchell died, not greatly honored by
a cynical world that looked for no good
thing from Nazareth, but content In
the belief that the forces by him set
In motion would in the end undo his
eviL As for Dunmeade. he Is still a
compromiser, but still fighting, an able
lieutenant In a new movement whose
end Is not yet. He Is glad to believe
that upon his foundation other men
shall be able to build with clean bands.
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druggist, will be sent by mail on re
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months' treatment and seldom fails to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from this and other states. Dr. E. W.
Hall. 2096 Olive street, St Louis, Mo
Sold by all druggists. Ad.
Palmer's toilet articles can Toe found
at the Court Pharmacy. Adv.
If you have Ind'gestion heartburn,
belching or sick stomach take ten
drops of DARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC
FLUID in a little water. It checks the
misery Instantly. If you have a cut,
sore or wound anywhere on the body.
apply a little of DARBY'S FLUID. The
flesh mends at once. Use it in the sick
room to destroy germs or odors, put
it In damp closets to purify the air. It
is the greatest combination of tnternal,
external and antlceptic medicines
known to medical science. Price, 50
cts. per bottle. Sold by druggists. Adv.
Our twins low prices and reliable
quality have brought us the largest
children's shoe trade in the city. H. B.
Masters Company. Adv.
You can say goodbye to constipation
with a clear conscience if you use
Chamberlain's Tablets. Many have been
permanently cured by their use. For
sale by all dealers. Adv.
DRAY FOR GENERAL DELIVERY
Mr. A. S. Burgess has gone into the
transfer and delivery business. He
has a big dray and a team of power powerful
ful powerful mules, with competent men to
manage them, and will haul and deliver
your goods with promptness and good
care. Call phone 470. Ad.
ARE YOU COXSTIPATED
If so, get a toox or Dr. King's New
Life Pills, take them regularly and
your trouble will quickly disappear.
They will stimulate the liver, Improve
your digestion and get rid of all .the
poisons from your system. They will
surely get you well again. 25c at
Tydings & Company. Advertisement
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Many sufferers from rheumatism
have been surprised and delighted with
the prompt relief afforded by applying
Chamberlain's Liniment. Not one case
of rheumatism in ten requires any In Internal
ternal Internal treatment whatever. This lini liniment
ment liniment is for sale by all dealers. Adv.'
r REE TO Y0U-MY SISTER
t f "v 1
I'M .J 1
X I Periods, Uterine or Ovarian Tumors or Growths;
treatment a complete trial ; and if you should wish to continue, it will cost you only about 12 cents a
reek, or toss than two cents a day. It will not interfere, w'th your work or occupation. Just send
tne your name and address, teil me how you suffer if you wish, and I will send you th treatment
tor your case, entirely free, in plain wrapper, by return mail. I will also send you free of cost, my
txxjk "WOMAN'S OWN MEDICAL. ADVISER" with explanatory illustrations showiru why
Kumen Buffer, and how they can easily cure themselves at home. Every woraftn should have it. anJ
tears to think for herself. Then when the doctor says "You most have an operation.-" you can
decide for yourself. Thousands of women have cured themselves with my borne remedy. 1 1 cures at?,
old or younf. To Mothers of Daughters, 1 wiU explain a simple home treatment which speedily
and effectually cures Leucorrhoea, Green Sickness and Painful or Irregular Menstruation in Youn j
Ladies. Plumpness and health always results from its use..
- Wherever you live I can refer you to ladies of your own locality who know and will rlaa7
any sufferer that this Home Treatment rea.Hr cures all women's diseases, and makes women v eil.
Krone plump and robust. Just send me your address, and the free ten day's treatment is ycc-a,
Jso the book. Write today, as you may net see this off er ag-ain. Address
mrs. m. summers, Boxtt Soutli ESond, Indsi u. S. A
KOLD WEATHER KOIFORTS
We have the largest and best stock of Lap-Robes anJ Storm Aprons
ever brought to this part of the state. To neglect to prepare yourself
with protection against the cold, disagreeable days that will soon be
here would be an unforgivable act when It is so easy to come here and
tet us fix you up. Our stock of buggy tops, canopies and awnings Is
also complete and we have enough horse blankets for all the "old Dob Dobbins"
bins" Dobbins" In this section. Don't fall to call on us when In need of any anything
thing anything In our line.
KNIGHT Ik H,A.MC5
SiswrVsVlef Y.VarfaVs iWnila 1 1
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We have just received another eariuad ot scock. This
car contained some exceptionally fine horses and mules,
selected in person, in the Atlanta markets by Mr. Tomp Tompkins.
kins. Tompkins. Call at the barns and look the drove over, while the
selection is largp, and pick out what you need.
The Animals are Guaranteed and the Prices and
Terms are Right, Respectfully.
FLORIDA'S LARGEST AND BEST YEAR ROUND 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'l Mgr. TD0S. M. WILSON. Prop, zni Mgr.
FAIR Hi TOURIST STATE WEEK
Excursion Tickets Sold
Attend the Fair and participate
For information ask
Y. R. BEAZLEY,
t. p. a. Tampa,
Free t Yea and Zvty Sister So
ffering from Wmirs A&oMMtta.
I una woman,
I know woman's Bufferings.
I hav f oa&d th cure.
I will mail, free of any cb&rsre. my bse treat treatment
ment treatment with full instructions to any sufferer from
woman's ailments. I want to tell all women about
this cure you my reader, for yourself, your daughter,,
your mother, or your sifter. I want to tell you bow
to cure yourselves at boms without tba help of a
doctor. Men cannot understand women's sufferisffs.
What we women know from experience, we know
better than any doctor. I know that ray borne treat,
ment is a safe and sura cure for Lencorrboea or
Whitish discharge, tlcerstioo. Displacement or
r i. . i i k . c a c i
auo pains in iac ncaa, n.k ana powcis, ocarina
down ictUazs, nervousness, creeping feethtt up
the spine, melancholy, desire to cry, hot flashes,
weariness, kidney and biaJ Jer troubles where
caused by weaknesses peculiar to our sex.
I want to send you a complete ten day's treat
ment entirely free to prove to you that you can cure
yourself at home, easily. Quickly snd surely. Rs -member,
that tt will cost yon nothinr to cive the
'ill r i ilialrAVsWi'ft as iWi aavs'i ai I ri I iSf m m V IBV
A. B. Vance, mgr. director
CAFE IN CONNECTION
European Plan, $1.00 and dp
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE DATA
Hot and Cold Running' Water and
Telephone la Room a. Elerator
Corner Bay and Hogan streets, one
block from postefflce. Street cara
frqg- Union Station and all steamers
pass the door.
31 Ml 13)
17 TO 22
March 18th. and 21st.
in your Home State Parade
the Ticket Agent
J. G. KIRKLAND,
Fla. d. p. a.