The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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oclc - 11319113
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r;t la o?caii7 a ccrtala decree of dress
,tr ot"aa' mini a3 to the probatli
? a2 ctanr of child-birth'
? a mmt remarkable remedi
Mother's Friend, mi r

filer's Friend

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ny Hnnxlaa Black Sea
an Immense Army

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THE AX.

Is nspil externally. If!

f'Ttnti easi57 an;i naturae;

nniprnnti in IJanKer,

T -r yMHuia that tend to wcali .
I'.- r-Td l!,,'t1 "p to aeration; tl-7 L,,.'
r ,r. d" ?"nn5riS Plotters to herald t'j'l 1 v mitCTHir.VA
? !nT f -,. .(' t" yf a tost i

' w '.onsanJs of womta ho ha 3
'';a ITiend, and tnu know frW
.-tat It ono of or grate S
-nsi to hcalrhy, Lapny mothrr--.
is Mid ir all drwuu at
Irt-Tentive ofcaEtrrtf-j-K, i

; V.'rite o Lralfield KeulatorCri 1'",Rn-v BKAn's WS-
U'f iuirr, V1"- AUata Ga.p for their very : -1 GUAM
jluiv u,f!k to expectant lauthers. j i

e o Mother's I'rlena to-day.

yir. L. BLALOCK

PHYSSCIAN Ako SURGEON

Uentuflr. ia Moaain Moaain-Allan
Allan Moaain-Allan Itlood

had leen reinforeevJ in the last few
month by erui.-ers from every big: Tia Tia-tSon
tSon Tia-tSon except the United States. These
forefn forces al?o found themselve
called on to protect- thousands of

Turks from the Greeks and Armenians.

Slaughter hy YboIetaIe la the Strait

In the last few days, a pontoon

jrldxe ha-1 btrn laid across the'IIos-

phorus to the Asiatic shore, and at
(layjight.it waa black with fugitives,
among whom were high Turkish of officers
ficers officers and thousand a of soldiers. At
that time the Russian fleet came down

the strait, evidently not knowing the

bridge was there, and unable to see It

from the swarm of small boats all
along' it. The le&dins Iius'san vessel,

a bisr battleship, struck the bridge ana
cut thru it, and the two shattered ends

went. down, taking thousands of people
with them. At that instant, two or
three Turkish torpedo boats that had
been on the southern side of the bridge,

attacked- the Russians. and another

battle followed, in which the Russians
were hardly damagred, but not only the
torpedo boats but hundreds of unarm unarmed
ed unarmed craft, carrying non-combatants,
were sunk or set on fire. The strait

was black with drowning people, and
ten thousand Is a mild estimate of the

loss of life.

Several transports followed the Rus

sian warships ana began landing

troops, who set to work trying to re

store order- By this time the city was
burning in a thousand places and the
streets were choked with dead.

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DENTAL SURGEON

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OAXCE

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,,ehivoIvd In Confilct
h 'iland and France

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a L; or.ril 1. Dispatches have

f.HAi:- r; raiEg an day. telling of the
i Ullii. f J astonLs- developments in the

Ti T AL SURG F..i;'arly yestay morning, the great-

Li..Uin c'' t!iftu3lan Black Sea fleet
Js O, 10 mid H, Seconrt f c,re& 'att!t'ps, five cruisers' and
lioUler Illnck. .Vt,r.aI torivo boats, attacked the

Saratoga Chips made with
Cottolene are never greasy,

1L- as are those made with lard.

The reason for this is that
Cottolene heats to about 100
degrees higher than., either
butter or lard, without burn burning,
ing, burning, quickly forming a crisp

coating which excludes the
fat Your chips, therefore,
are crisp, dry and appetizing.

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return Eustls and v:.-lt f. r ,.rr;

tbe relatives of fio "ror. n. T.iev

thert return to -Drooky'lle ard oc-

XJA KTT j c -3ili,At?ll same time, the Bui- third faithCT

Cottolene costs about the

price of laid, and will go one-

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DKNTAL SURGEON.'

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Dry Goods Store.

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f Federal Directors

"a'"neaviiy reiniorcea Dy i esUWar
JtUSil Innfad from transnorts 111211 ClLIlt-F

tbe.nV, 'attacked the Turkish j butterOr lard.

11 '--i i the Uhatalja line irom
he C0 the Sea of Itamora.

wbich atly superior to the I sold in bulk al
THi kip;sian army corps land- J ways" in air-tight

tl n 'of the Chatalja fortift- ffh mils, which DfO

l"n rolling up tne xurs- tprt ,-f from dirt.

-p" "s tu:ks lougni oraveiy
on t l in4i, but before noon all
tfeci- -vre sunk and their sol sol-dief
dief sol-dief wun route for Constan-
' Tlien both sides of Bos-pV-us
'o weak to withstand

ti fire tusslan ships, which by
tilhtfaij steaming down the

-fait tConstantinople,: payin?
?ttenan occasional mine ex
P$1 aie way.
f.Otfotnwt Stand In Europe
The vf the Turkish govern

wt tnVake a last stand at the

nS" ralInstantlnople, while the

dust and odors. It
is always uniform

! and dependable.

Pierpont Uleriran, Amertea'a Circa test
Flnaneier, Died la. the Italian
Capital Jlonday 3IraIag
Rome, Italy, April 1. J. Pierpont
Morgan, the American financier, died
at a leading hotel here yesterday
morning. ::. ''::.-'...
Apirheasive of 'InTetiation
Mr. Morgan's physicians stated that
his nervous system was terribly de deranged.
ranged. deranged. .Dr. M. Allen Starr, who had
been called Into consultation In con connection
nection connection with Mr. Morgan's illness, at attributed
tributed attributed the financier's nervous break breakdown
down breakdown to emotion caused by the invest
tigation carried out by the Pujo com committee
mittee committee at Washington Into the opera operations
tions operations of the "money trust."
The body is to be embalmed and sent
to the United States on the first ship
from Xaples. ; A funeral service will
be held before it sails.
Mr. Morgan was born in Hartford,
Conn., April 17, 1837.. His early school schooling
ing schooling opportunities were the best. He
graduated from the Boston high school
and was a student in the University at
Gottingen, Germany. His father was a
financier of prominence and it was not
difficult for young Morgan to get a
start In the business. His first exper experience
ience experience was in. the London house of Mor Morgan
gan Morgan & Peabody. Going to New York
at the age of 23, he bought both Gould
and Fisk for the possession of the Al Albany
bany Albany and Susquehanna railroad and
beat those two old Napoleons of finance
at their own game. : In 1871 he became
a member of the banking firm of Drex Drex-el,
el, Drex-el, Morgan & Co., which later became
J. IV Morgan & Co., the largest private
financial institution In the world.'
Despite a life of strenuous endeav endeavor
or endeavor Mr. Morgan found time for other
things. He gave, away millions in
charity, but nothing perturbed him
more than to have it mentioned to

him. lie was a devout Christian and
vestryman of St. George's Episcopal
church.

It Is Impossible to estimate with

any degree or accuracy the size or tne

Morgan fortune. It has been various variously
ly variously estimated In recent years at from
575,000,000 to $200,000,000. If it is any

where near the latter figure, It is

equally true that he made as much -for
others.

In 1861 Mr. Morgan married Mis$

Amelia Struges, who died the follow following
ing following year. In 18t5 he married Frances
Louise Tracy, by whom he had one son

and three daughters. The, son, J. P.
Morgan, Jr., is now. a man of middle
life, and Tor a number o years has

cupy their pretty
Bro'svlle avenue.

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Extermination and Prevention of Ibc

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Mosquitoes rettulre for their develop-
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meci stagnani water. ij:ej cannot ue

velop in any. other waj A sicgle cropj

Myu uies ami ujsdpeari) iinsess li.ei
females find water on which their er" i
can be laid. Simple measures therefore i
suffice to prevent the breeding of ni'-

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Pools of rain' water, duck pon5., K
p-onds, and temporary ;' accumulations ;
due "to building; jtnarsihtrs both of. salt'
and-fresh water, and road-side drain.;

pois. Ke;iis lUDf, ?prjngK, barrels ot?

water, nd other back-yard collection.,

should be drained, filled with earth, or
emptied. . V I

Running- streams should have their
margins earefully cleaned and covered!

No W

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THE N. IL FAIRBAKS COMPANY

now

on

VOLIAII won

' r il tjlfl'" iclpal advisers, officials
taer!nI.rS SBd EnibaLV.erSpd- :heiries escaped into-Asia.
X-XiZ-- ri i n.i.-. h Turkish -army, rallied

MC KZyfiSlh dilil Dill dl nOliF cng-aim.e -.same line as that

f by triers of thflast Greek

ni. W v J-VtrTor t the overwhelming

i.u v. iwjiii.inree of ,aiet the Second a little
fl'tmeral Directors s-than fars ago, and aided by
Work Done, by' Licensed Kjp-;ii!lt'al- hheir pursuers in check

filluers and Fully Guaranty oil. : f-r a few s while thousands of

t PHONES- j p'-ilfirei ilj boats and on a pon-

? "ridg-oss the ; Borphorus.

- 'r?tanUjj,js go large and the cen-

.rt?iIy is srtet that people Iivinj

. .,ou kr.e hears the city hardly knew

. Vierp h,1r? n KatMn tat olr.no tViA

been the active head of tne

banking house in New York.

FOR SALE

M or Ran

We ha.ve a limited number of lots

for sale in the beautiful little town of

Orange Springs, all within short dis

tance of the bathing spring-and also
near the railroad station. The size of

the lots Is to be .50x150 feet. These
lots if sold at once will.be sold very
reasonable, and if desired can give you
terms. The New South Farm &' Home
Company will soon open up their town
lots and start to improving the
springs, and building streets and side

walks. If Interested, write to nox 75,
Orange Springs, Fla. 3-28-6td ltw

O l.LIE BIORDIS MARKET OPEN

Jl&Zr Mel tr . ; ...
?W Roberts . ; .
.tlortnkin?: Office

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AORAIT,

CUAHIEY WAH;
Prcprietcr.

, ias R-uss and Bulgarians slept

"n IJieir arra gunshot of the Turk-

' '"- line. anesumed the battle at

; ayJiglit Russians were picked
foops,;anii m they saw the long-

pveted cltytfore them they went
"JI3,..Tv-Ith eusiasm. The ancient
Hang emmbf almost under the first
f'Jast or theguns, and they swept
forwhrd to ell with the bayonet. TJie
urktsij cannjeut red lanes through

aeir columnsnd the first lines went
Jfown before e withering rifle fixe,

-ri anrl Hmerinnn PnL aey cioseup and went on, cneer-

vCm. UUU f.mciiwaii UUUM rsna slnirir their national" an-

- AND

- Jem with jpuc.spirlt that their voices

Jtovned the r,r of the guns. Wher-

fer the. Turkistood. they went over
;t.iem- in a wav of men and steel, but
fir''.'t the eneiy waited the onslaught.

f.jThe Bulgarlas had even less troU'

fla on the rlsjh of the attacking line;

'!e lurks tpn wnrr mif anil snrrpn-

Uzr Hsslth end Strength

Adn by The Usa of QrdaL

Tatapa, Jla--Iii a Uttar frost tMj
city. Mrs. E. C. Corum "writes: "I va

ftU -weakened ana worn out with wo womanly
manly womanly troubles. My husband broajbt

ins Eorne Cardul aa a tonic, and,- from

tha fljEt day; It seemed to hlp. r

I had almost lost my reason, hut,
thanks to Cardul, I did not Soon, X
felt and looked like a new woman. I
think the remedy Is : wonderful. 1
recommend it to my friends, for X hava
received great leflf)roanJ,t.!!
Cardul acts speclflcally5n tho wealf wealf-cned
cned wealf-cned womanly organs, strengthening
the muscles and nerves, and building
them up to health, v
; It helps to refresh the worn-out ner
tous system and telleres the effects ol
overwork, both mental and physical.
Fifty years successful use fully;
prove the merit of this purely vege vegetable,
table, vegetable, tonic remedy for women.
In every community, there live som
vho have been benefited by CarduL
The beneficial effects of thl3 tim
tested woman's remedy, soon show
themselves In many diCerent ways.
Try U.

The market formerly Known as the
Ollie Mordis is now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and fish.
Drders by phone will receive, pronfpt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right.
Yours respectfully.
Ad OLUF MORDIS,
Dealer in Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia.

DOES RACK ACnE YORRY .TOUT

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N. B.TTnte to; Ladles Advisory rrt.. Ch
iwoga Medicine Co.. ChattaBea. Tenn., 'or Special
Instructions, n4 fcpav-e book. "Hor.j TreatiMal
far Wmci' mbI ia p'aio wrapper ga ttgiml t;

-'p ""nod VI1 hp Wpll Ttire1 hy thoUs or ran away; most most-t
t most-t U HUU U6 Weil fly the frmeror they knew they had
-? u- yA by a Chmamanf a-?,aee -eat to. ;

ho Knows How.

'.'eater 25c and u

Lunches; 5c.

I'fnexpeeted Arrivals

A gor.ius censorship having been i

xnalnfinVa, It was not until the de

feated troops began pouring Into the

city I the early hours of the morn

ing U'ttW people of Constantinople

reallxd what had happened. -Then thei

Icity tent wild, and the two different

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i ailoriair F,.fstal1nF eisgiais una aix a ujzea racesvweai

at easi oiijers throats.

There "u re more Greeks and Armen

an? w lurks in Constantinople,

xn& v.hes they saw the Turkish troops

n retreat, they attacked them and
!;elr Turkish neighbors, and in a short
ime ...suttle was going on In every
treet'In?the city. Most of the Turks

-ore too ilscoaragea to ng.it, nut

tried "to obtain all the revenge

db:e by setting fire to their own

foprty as well as that or tnetr

Clrea. more and be! 7 ;
nnn J Americans .and Europeans sought

f'J'je In their embassies, and under

gunj of their

.LEXAND

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tJ,3 city.

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guar.lahips which

FINE FLORIDA

AftD WESTERN
Beet Porlf and Mutton
FRESH
APALACHICOLA OYSTERS
Fresh and Ssll Water
. FISH.
Received Every Day
Trcnip! Ssrvice, Gcod Gceds
and Reasonable Trices

one Ocala People Have Learned How

to Get. Relief
How many people '-suffer frbm

aching back?

How few know the cause?
If it hurts to stoop or lilt -If
you suffer sudden, darting- pains
If you are weak, lame and'tired,
Suspect your kidneys. v
Watch for nature's signal. -The
first sign may be headache or
d laziness,
'iJcanty, painful, or too frequent uri urination,".,.
nation,".,. urination,".,. :
Nervousness for'-arconstant, dead dead-tired
tired dead-tired feeling. '- .'"-v-V
Avert the serious kidney diseases', r

Treat the weakened kidneys with
Doan's Kidney Pills, ..
A. remedy especially for sick kid kidneys.
neys. kidneys. Endorsed In Ocala by your friends
and neighbors.
Sterling Hooper, barber, Orange Ave.,
Ocala, Fla., says: "I have no hesita hesitation
tion hesitation in recommending Doan's Kidney
Pills. Off and on I have taken this
remedy for backache and other trou troubles,
bles, troubles, caused by weak kidneys and ,1
have been greatly benefited. I got
Doan's Kidney Pills from Tydings &
Go's. Drugstore."

For sale by all dealers. Price 50

cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United

States.

Remember the name Doan's and

take no other. Ad. 12

:GErSY: liQIiMD

with gravel to prevent weeds

grasd at the water's edge.
Lily ponds and fountain pools should,
if "possible, be abolished; if not, the
margins should be cemented or care carefully
fully carefully graveled, a good stock ot min minnows
nows minnows put in the water, and green
slime, regularly cleaned out as it t col collects.
lects. collects. Where tanks,"' cisterns, wells or
springs are necessary to supply water,
the openings to them should be closely
covered with wire gauze (galvanized
to prevent rusting), not the smallest
aperture being left.
When neither drainage nor covering
is practicable, the surface of the stand standing
ing standing water should be covered with a
film of light fuel oil or kerosene which

chokes and kills the larvae. The oil
may be poured on from a can or from
a sprinkler. It will spread Itself. One
ounce of oil Is sufficient to cover 15
square feet of water.. The oil should
be renewed once a week during warm

weather.

Particular attention shouldbe paid

to cesspools. These pools when un

covered breed mosquitoes In vast num numbers;
bers; numbers; If not tightly, closed by-a ce

mented -top or by wire gauze, they

should be treated once a week with an
excess of kerosene or light fuel oil.

Precaution Against Malaria
Certain simple precautions suffice' to

protect persons living In malarial dis

tricts from Infection:
1. Proper screening of the house to

prevent the entrance of the mosquitoes

(after .careful search for .and destruc destruction
tion destruction of all those already present In the
house), and screening of. the bed at
night. Thsehief danger of infection la
at night the Anopheles bites mostly at
this time).
2. The screening of persons in ma malarial
larial malarial districts who are suffering from
malarial fever, so that mosquitoes may
not bite them and thus become Infected.'"-,
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3. The administration of quinine In
full doses to malarial patients to. de destroy
stroy destroy the malarial J organismns in the
blood.

4. The destruction of -mosquitoes by :
one or more of the methods already de described.
scribed. described. i:; -,:
These measures, if properly carried
out, will greatly restrict the prevalence
of the disease, and will prevent the oc occurrence
currence occurrence ; of new malarial infections.
It must be remembered that when a
person is once infected the organisms
may remain in, the body for many
years, producing from time to time re relapses
lapses relapses of the fever. :
A case of malarial infection in a
house (whether the person is actively
ill or the Infection 13 latent) dn a lo locality
cality locality where Anopheles mosquitoes are
present, is a constant source of danger,
not only to the inmates of the house,
but to the Immediate neighborhood, if
proper precautions are not taken. It
should be noted In this connection that
the mosquitoes may remain In a house
through an entire winter and probably
infect the inmates In the spring upon

the Teturn of the warm weather. ;
. Recommendations of the Board of
Health in aid of mosquito extermina extermination
tion extermination and .the prevention of malarial
fever.. : .- : .;.-'yV "--v --.:::';V :' ;i-
1. No "rain water barrel, cistern or
other receptacle for rain water, shall
be maintained without being tightly
screened by netting, or so absolutely
covered that no mosquito can enter.
2. ; No cah3, pails, or anything capa

ble of holding water, shall be thrown
out or allowed to remain unburied on

or about any premises.
3. Everyfuncovered cesspool or. tank

shall be kept in such" condition that

of, may be freely distributed so as to

flow"orv?r. the surface of. the water.
Covered "cepoolsniust have perfectly

tight covers, a wC. all openings vraist be

screened-.-, &r-r'

4. No waste or other water shal

thrown out or allowed to stand on or
near the premises. J

The liberal use of the principle of

the screen Is urged by the state board

of health in keeping out flies, roos roos-quitos
quitos roos-quitos and other insects; in protecting

milk,' drinking water and all artle'es
of food. Only in this way can immun

ity from typhoid, dysentery, malaria.
Infantile paralysis and kindred dan dangerous
gerous dangerous diseases be insured.

DoilcJ
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Gold Boiled Ham
Fresh Pork Sausage

German SaIomi5au?ao Bilo:!;:i S,;1.
Liyer Sausage Bcnelc- ?i;
.Philadelphia Cream Chcv.. 0

Swiss Cheese .vC:l;,.;

Pimento Cheese Camr;iL); rt C

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and things that. you will need and vhich

buy, and we have .them waitmg for yon.

gest, best line in the country. Juc-t loo':
list of the few things we now" have in stoel
Refrigerators Porch Fcrii'.brc
Ice Cream Freezers ulallinn ::nl Crc:: I

Lawn Mowers Ch rcr

Rubber Hose
Porch Shades
Porch Suings
Lawn Seats
nammoclis

t urmture ot all Kinjaer liaravr J ol nil i:::ia$.
Leather Gpodsf all kinds. Builder's Material.
Paints and Painter's Supplies. Wagons, Burbles.
Field and Poultry Wire Fence. Galvanized Iron.
In fact, everything except something to eat and
wear.-. :

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UNDERTAKERS AND

CONTRACTORS AND

EMBALMERS

" OCALA, FLORIDA

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CA IV XING CLUBS YS LEON COUN'TY.

Thirty-.even girls have registered,

or rather joined the Leon County Can

ning Club this year and It seems as

though we will have more success

alonsr this line than last year. Thi3

is the time for them to begin work. work.-Tallahassee
Tallahassee work.-Tallahassee Democrat-

SleCAULEY-CLEAItY.

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to

k'ii at

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When you pay a doctor for a skillful diagnosis you

value for your money. If the medicine that you get on his orders I not all
that it should be you are the loaer. It' is of supreme Importance that the con contents
tents contents of your prescription be fresh and reliable just es- It ia of Importance
that your doctors orders are carefully followed. Bring your prescriptions to

to be filled and they will be compounded from fresh, reliable drugs. And

WiiiM3 more-; we oner you ine same prompt ana pouie eti vice lual wur uu uu-tomersisaLfiL.beer.
tomersisaLfiL.beer. uu-tomersisaLfiL.beer. enjoying right along. Try us rlth the next prescription.

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A pretty surprise wedding took
place Monday ? morning at six thirty
o'clock at the residence of the bride's
parents on ; Brooksville avenue, when

Helen Cleary became the bri3e
of Mr. A. ';.M SfcCauley.
The happy couple left on the morn-ing.-.
C. L. train for a short trip to
Ta'npa- and SL Petersburg. .They will

BEAD THIS
The Texas Wonder cures Kidney and

bladder trouble, removing grravel.
cures diabetes, weak and lame backs,
rheumatism and all irregularities of

the kidneys and bladder In both men
and women. Regulates bladder trou

bles In chlldrenj If not sold by your
druggist, will be sent by mall on re

ceipt of 6$I. One small bottle, is two
months' treatment and seldom falls to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials

from this and other states. Dr. E. W

Hall, 2036 Olive street. St. Louis, llo.

6old by all druggists. Ad.

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1 1, 1913

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ttg21, liuslne Manager.

if T!

t'J in the posiofnee at Ocala,
mrcond class mail matter.

.si; HOi WALLOW AT
' TllC COAST LIXH

STATION

arrangement accordingly. The

rule that applies to banks can just a
well apply to grocery and dryg'ioela
stores.
We csn have -a pleasant and com comfortable
fortable comfortable world if we would all help
each other to be pleasant and comfor comfortable.
table. comfortable. The weekly half-holiday Is a
step In that direction. Let Ocala swing
her foot in pace with other progres progressive
sive progressive tOWD3.

ax i:hom:oi s report

For the last three years a mudhole

ha existed at tUe Coast Line passen passenger
ger passenger station, a regular hog: wallow.

. .." J Jthrte of the children have measles and

i ng on aau oa iu nigut iiuiiis nave
...... ... ..t. u ... about the mildest type

platform. The Star has uevt-r seen such

A physician came to t!-c Star office

this morning and aked us to make the

following statement: : 'It was reported
on the stneis yefr.rday, said the lhy-

sician, that three of Mr. T. W. Trox-

ler'3 children had scarlet fever. This
is erroneous. The physician said that

a disgraceful mire right at the front
tloor ofa passenger station in any
other city. The railroad has never
mn&e any lesolute attempt to have this
hog filled. From time to time, it has
i,jd grave-1 dumped In it; to sink out of
Right In a few weeks, but not even thi3
futile attempt at batterment has been
made for months.
The Star has been Informed that the
railroad authorities sa'd the slough
couldn't be abolished, and not wishing
to speak without authority one of its
reporters induced City Engineer Moor Moor-head'to
head'to Moor-head'to lvk at the place Monday. ..Mr.

Moorhead :aid the matter is simple
nough. There 's a sag in the track;
-right there, as anyone C3n see simply
by looking; at it, and the hard surface
of Oltlawaha avenue Just on beyond
makes a dam that keeps water from
running off. It would be comparatively
asy, he said, for the railroad to raise
the track, dig out the mud and put in
gravel, and then the trouble would be
over. It la such a small Job that the
Coast Line officials should be heartily
ashamed of themselves that It hasn't
been attended to long ago.
This bog is becoming a serious mat matter.
ter. matter. Not only does it cause inconven inconvenience
ience inconvenience to all passengers who have to
wade thru It, and downright distress
ta women, but it is becoming a menace
to public health. Hot weather i3 at
hand, and the fish cars will soon begin
running. They stand right at this
point every day and the water runs out
of them and forms in puddles that fill
the air around with stink from April
to November. TUls nuisance has been
bad for years; it promises to be worse
this summer, and the city can't afford
to let it go on any longer. If the rail railroad
road railroad won't take the proper steps to do
away with it, the city has the power
and very likely the disposition. If the
city has to aet, it Is not impossible that
-the railroad will find itself minus the
passenger station side track when the
dust settles.
The ugly bog, and its accompanying
discomfort and foul odor is one of the
things that keeps the people of this
city irritated against the Coast Line.
If the railroad had the proper spirit of
accommodation for its patrons, -or even
a decent amount of pride for its "own

property, it wouldn't allow such a
thing to exist any. longer than It coulJ
help. ; f
The Star has criticised the Seaboajd
Air Line severely for its shabby pas passenger
senger passenger station, but at least the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard has never made its passengers
step off the trains into a hog wallfw,
or kept the material for a fertilizer
factory at the doors of its walking
rooms. "';.;"".; -.,-:'':.
This criticism does hot Includethe
Coast Line's local men, who do Lll In
their power for the convenience of

passengers, but refers to some na.g-

naUs higher up, who either have it ih

for Ocala in particular, or TegaSrd rail

way passengers 'n general as $ set of
inferior beings who should be hontent

with being allowed to live and help

pay dividends to .the lorda of creation

he has ever

i n; mil.! that he is trying to mane

the others catch it from them. And,

ihsrc; Is a great his measles sign on

the front door. '.;..- :.,: M

Ocala needs two thing?, or, rather,
two groups of things three large fool
killers and the arrest and punishment
of several people for circulating false

reports of contagious d'seases. Under

the laws of Florida, any person .who
circulates a false report of contagious

disease is subject to iiTijirisonment and

a fine of $1009. If this law was enforc

ed a few times in the state, it would

be a benefit. ;

This doesn't mean that suspicious
cases shouldn't be reported, but they

should be reported to the proper au
thorlties, and not in an alarming fash

ion, calculated to terrify the entire

neighborhood.

The Star finds it was mistaken In

saying yesterday that the city paid for

vace'natlng people who are not; able

to foot the hill themselves. The State
Board of Health furnishes vaccine
points and the physicians do the work
for nothing. There "should -be some
provision made, as it is a heavy drain

on the, time of the doctors when a scare

comes. A great many cities pay the

doctors for their work; or else a small

fee for each vaccination, or pay cer

tain physicians salaries to look after

this with other matters. Of course.

Ocala is not big enough to do this, but

the county, might appoint a physician
in each country district to look after

the work and pay him fees tovacci
nate paupers or people unable to pay.

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Walter II. Page of Garden City, U I.,
N. Y., editor of World's Work and a
member of the firm of Doubleday, Page
& Co., publishers, has accepted Presi

dent Wilson's offer to be ambassador
to Great Britain. Mr. Page'is well
known in the world of letters and his

appointment will be appreciated by

thinking men of both countries.

IMNSORI

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DR. D. r.L BONEY
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The Star sfinderstands tlit Manager
Hunter c fhe- Ocala basebaf team will

:Sjfte the council and a.tQT as-

distance in putting the bajw in

The city government is llte crowd

ed this spring with calls oiKits street

force. It never has men and carts

enough to meet the demand, so it won't

be unreasonable if it refuses Mr. Hun Hun-;
; Hun-; ter's request.'.
However, the Star would respectfully
ask the council to assist with theball

park if it can possibly do so. It is not

only a question of baseball games for
the summer. It is a question cf inter interesting
esting interesting as many boys as possible in ath athletic
letic athletic sports. This is a far-reaching
proposition. Every boy who works
liard and plays hard at baseball or
football Is a boy less likely to be loaf loafing
ing loafing In the daytime or in vicious resorts
.t night. He is more 1'kely to be a
boy with hard muscles than soft; with
a clear head instead of a muddled one.
And he is also likely to influence some
other boy, or several other boys, the
same way.
Besides
It we have a good baseball season, it
la probable than we can have a gym gymnasium.
nasium. gymnasium. If we have a gymnasium, it
is possible that we can have a big
league team with us next winter. If
we have a big league team with us, we
will certainly have an advertisement
that will do Ocala a lot of good.
A chain Is no stronger than its
weakest link, and one or more of these
links may be shattered. But the chain
will never exist unless the first link be
forged.

THE WEEKLY HALF HOLIDAY.

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Optometry Office aad Laboratory
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 4:30 p. m

tooms 2- 6 Gary Building, Ocala. Fla

W. CBLANGHARD
COIITRACTOR AND BUILDER
PLANS FURNISHED
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P. O.BOX 4fl OCTilLA, FXiA.
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Rear of Marcus Frank's
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Day Phone 10

Sam Christian, While Boris 3? a Well a

the Delouent Place, Bored Into
m $Bbmarlae Lake of Petr Petr-leum
leum Petr-leum thin Afteraooa
Everybody will be much surprised,

and all will be pleased to learn that a
big petroleum oil well is "now flowing

freely In the limits of Ocala, assuring
to our city a greater financial pros prosperity,
perity, prosperity, than it has ever known.

For some weeks, Mr. Sam Christian

has been boring a well on the prem premises
ises premises of Mr, A. E, Delouest in the fourth

ward. The well has gone down over

200 feet, and Mr. Christian was about
convinced that he could not strike a

flow of water at any reasonable depth

at that point, but Mr. Delouest told

him to go on to China if necessary.

At noon today, the well was down

203 feet, and the man In charge of the

machine told Mr. Christian that he
thought the drill was about to break
into a cavity. Sam, who rarely per permits
mits permits himself to Joke, said he was afraid
it was going -to break something or
somebody. s
At 1 o'clock the work resumed, the

drill in solid rock, but meeting a

springy resistance that told the strata
was almost bored thru. About 3:40, it
made a sudden lunge, and almost im immediately
mediately immediately a gush of greenish liquid
poured out- of the hole, covering the
drilling machine and everybody near It.
There couldn't be the slightest doubt

that it was petroleumit smelt like a
Standard Oil dividend; beside, lna few

minutes there were half a dozen men

on the spot who had had experience in
the oil fields and pronounced it the

simon pure.

A scene of wild excitement followed
people rushing in from all over the
neighborhood to see the prodigy. At
first, an attempt was made to catch

and save the oil. but when every spare

tub, basin and bucket in reach was full
and the oil still gushing, they gave it
up. A stream from the well was soon
running across Lime street toward the
low land back of the Delouest property,
and everybody was on the lookout to
see that it didn't catch fire. :
When the Star reporter reached the
premises about ten minutes after the
oil began to flow, there were a thous thousand
and thousand people on the ground, and more
coming every minute. Sam Christian
was trying to wipe the oil off himself
and Mr. Delouest seemed more troubl troubled
ed troubled about the way. people were tramp tramping
ing tramping over "his pretty yard than elated
over the fortune that was flowing Into
his hands. The well Is eix inches in
diameter, and the oil Is pouring out of

it in a steady stream.

Nobody need be very much surprised
at the discovery Many people have

been sure that oil existed in this ter

ritory, and considerable indications
have been found at various times in

the last ten years.

Property values will go up with a

rush. Three thousand dollars for a lot
100x40 feet nearby was offered ten

minutes after the discovery.

Before 4 o'clock, Frank Wetherbee
and several helpers from the Marion
Hardware Company were on hand with

appliances for capping the well and

restraining the flow of oil till It can be

saved. :

An immense tank will be put up at
once, and a refinery is certain to be
built in the near neighborhood. : By

next winter Ocala will be using none

but her own gasoline.

The event happened too close to press

time to give full details. The Star Js
indebted for the story tor Mr. Ii. E.
Yonge, who rushed to the office in his

auto and took a reporter to the scene,

also giving him much authentic infor
mation on the way.

There is plenty of olL The chances

are that it will last unt'l the next first

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The ancient church oi St. Sophia,
which has' been the greatest Moham Mohammedan
medan Mohammedan toosque in the world since the
Turks capture.! the city in. 1433, was
bl Jvn up about 10 o'clock. A large
quantity of ammuni tlon was stored In
it, and the Turkish, commander evi evidently
dently evidently preferred that he and It should
not survive the ruift; of his country.
The mosque and everything in several
hundred yards of it is a heap of ruins.
At sundown in Constantinople, which
is noon here the city Is on fire every everywhere
where everywhere and the fighting is going on.
The most significant fact is that the
bulk of the: Russian fleet went on
across the Sea of Mamora toward the
Dardanelles, and transport after trans transport
port transport loaded with Russian troops came
through the strait without stopping
and went on to the southwest- A
roundabout telegram through Persia
says Russian troops have landed all
along the Black Sea coast of Turkey,
and that large forces are pushing Into
Armenia, so it is evident that Russia
intends not only to hold Constantinople
but cut the corner off Asia Minor that
will give her access to the Merlter Merlter-ranean.
ranean. Merlter-ranean. ;Ti : ":.:..
Dispatches from London say that the
presence of Immense Russian armies
all along the German and Austrian
frontiers has been revealed in 'the last
two days, and that the reserves of the
two latter nations are being called
out. They also say that Italy has re refused
fused refused to grant Germany's request to
dispatch a large fleet at once to the
Dardanelles, to reinforce the Austrian

squadron now on the way, and this
may be taken as an indication that
Italy, at the request of Great Britain
and France, will remain neutral In
case of war.
It Look Like Armageddon
, Beyond personal danger to many

Americans, including a large number

of missionaries, in Turkey, the United
States is not concerned in the conflict,

but it looks very much like two-thirds

ofEurope will be at war before the
week Is out.

LIVER GETTIN'G LAZY

DO XT STOP WORKING

Take Dodaon'a Liver v Tone and Go
Abont Your BuKlneaa It AM II Liven

Up Your Liver Wit boot Harm.

A bilious attack or constipation can

be relieved in a hort while by a spoon

ful. of Dodson's Liver Tone the mild,
vegetable remedy, that every druggist

guarantees.

Just ask the Court Pharmacy about
Dodson's Liver Tone. They know that
it is a harmless preparation that, starts

the liver without violence and puts

you into shape without interfering

with your habits. This store guar

antees it to be all that, and will give
you your money back if you don't find
Dodson's Liver Tone gives you quick,

easy relief. ' ,

Dodson's Liver Tone Is for both
grown-ups and children. It has a

pleasant taste, and Is safe and relia

ble. The price Is 50 cents for a large
bottle, and your 50 cents back to you if

you tell the Court Pharmacy that it
hasn't been a benefit to you. v
Don't take calomel and don't buy
imitations of Dodson's Liver Tone
you may run Into danger if you do.'
Buy Dodson's the medicine that the

Court Pharmacy recommends and guar guarantees.
antees. guarantees. Ad. 5

NORTH LAKE LOT SALE

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Program Prepared by the Health Corn
mittee of the Woman's Club Printed
Artlelea to Appear Each Day In the
Star. i ... ,f

'The Housefly, a Menace to

'The Bloodthirsty Mosqul-

Monday,
Health."
Tuesday,
to."

Wednesday, "Vaccination for Small Smallpox,
pox, Smallpox, Diphtheria, Typhoid and Tetanus."
Thursday, "Oral Hygiene; Why
Care for the-Teeth."
. Friday, "Tuberculosis; Its Cause,
Prevention and Cure."
On Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock
there will be a free mov'ng picture
show for the children and young peo people
ple people of the primary and high school and
students of the Phi S'gma College at
the 'Temple theater," showing the new,
instructive and interesting dental film,
"The Toothache Story' The same film
Will be shown in the evening In con connection
nection connection with' the usual good pictures at
the Temple.,
Saturday, "The Relation, of Alcohol
to Diseases." ' ;'".'
On Saturday afternoon in. the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club at 3 o'clock Dr. E. Van Hood,
president of the CUy Board of Health,
will give his annual message and Mrs.
Ellen Lowell Stevens, M. D., of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, will deliver an. address along
the line of eugenics, taking as lier sub

ject "The Volunteer Crop." Every

woman urged to be present.

Sunday the ministers of the churches

will preach upon "The Body the Dwell

ing Place of, the Holy Spirit.'

TURPENTINE CASKWTAS

LEAKING AT THE TOP,

S. P. Shotter, chairman of the Board

6f the American Naval Stores Co.

which recently suspended, is said to

have been about five mUl'on dollars
overdrawn. Yet some foIk3 wondered
what keet the price : of naval stores

down. .Shotter sent in h's resigna resignation
tion resignation and Nash will be asked to Tesign

udoo ms return irom Europe. i.ne

creditors of the company have taken

charge of it, and the price went up as

soon as they did. With the American

company out of the way there is some

chance for Industry yet Kisslaimee

Valley-Gazette.

PATHE WEEKLY, COSTEELO, AT

THEEMPJJOA rcUi. Adv.

Cxpirience has demonstrated that
the Woman's Club of Ocala can do al almost
most almost anything it tries to do. The Star
respectfully recommends to' the ladies
that" they take up the subject of e.

weekly half holiday sooner this
er than usual, and also thai

hour set a

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,.'kly
..1 the
,,.o can be
proposition
support it.
.-Vantage of all
employes. If
-iient, none will
revrwill gain the em em-better
better em-better spirit that will re-,l-t,
and the employers in
if electric current, as well

vthat

Ocala, Fla

will come to them-
"v-l everybody else,
be 1 instead
NUme is too
t of good.
'cala can
,i time has
's." because
the aft aft-"ts
"ts aft-"ts want
vait on

the

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it non-it 12
-jnths

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On Tuesday, April 22. Cap tfrrc.

Johnstone is arranging mui on &n

auction ssle of his beaanful residence
lots atP-sL-AvrirSuqua grounds at

Night Phone 0-lljgfr Lake Weir, one of the most

ueautiful spots on the entire lake.

Capt. Johnstone has secured the ser

vices of the Bowman Realty Company
of Huntington, West Va.. to conduct

the sale and Major Combs,, a well
known auctioneer, will cry the bids.
Capt Johnstone will give away a free
lot and serve a dinner on the grounds
to the people. The sale will be ex extensively
tensively extensively advertised and on account of
the desirability of the property and the
demand there has been for north side
lots, it is expected to be a great suc success.
cess. success.

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THAT
Is the quality or excenee'nee you are
GUARANTEED in every article you
purchase at thi3 establishment
Irrespective of Its value if It's $509
worth of 100 cent3 the value you ob obtain
tain obtain for your money is the maximum
obtainable anywhere in
GOLD JEWELRY CUT GLASS
SILVERWARE WATCHES
POTTERY CHINA
and other articles we en.
You can trade with a-asoiute safety
jere w-5th the knowld?e tat you're
positively securing t!-.1"-" v """'-"-.ycur
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FURNISHINGS FOR
LIGHT HOUSEICEEPING

rl have for sale complete furnishings
for three rooms for light housekeep housekeeping.
ing. housekeeping. Apply to A. E. Bower, at Postof-

fice Drugstore.

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OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

Merchants Cafe, A, CL L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches nt
any hour. Ad.

.Are too going4o tase a bath? Then
go to the Court Pharmacy and get a'
bar of Beck's hard water soap, only
ten cents per cake. Adv.

PIN LOST Sunday night between
the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore and the
Wisteria hotel, -"gold filllgree .brooch
with a coral rosek setting. Finder will
rece've a suits! -jrreward by returning
same to Mi t ssel at the Wisteria
hotel. 231-6td

Phone 296

WHITE STAR LIME

TRANSFER and STORAGE CO.

Shipping and Storage of Bag

gage, Household Furniture,
Pianos and Safes.

FIREPROOF STORAGE BUILDING

Agents for Beaver Board

E. Broadway Ocala, Fla

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For All Purposes, vniether lour

Requirements are for Home Uso
Or for a Carload.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WTITH US.
OCALA ICi; & PACTtlNG CO.
OCALA. .. FLORIDA
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Office and Warehouse on Osceola St., One BIas't of GovemmcntT'

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'THE BEST OF EVERYTHING I?4 BltGUSTRUCTIOr:.
Hydrated Lime, No Waste, Cost orUmihatcd.
Portland Cement, Fresh and Pure. Hr Direct from tbe
Brick, Full size and Plenty. Sewer Pipings First Quality.

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Did you know that you I buy first first-class,
class, first-class, maderto-order sasin Ocala
for less money and qvr ; delivery
than you can .get fi any other

screen house? You ca

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house and fit the

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Partly cloudy .Southwest wind.
Minimum temperature, 59 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 80 degrees.
Average temperature, 64-degrees:

WEATHER FORECAST

. Generally fair tonight and Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, ; ..

FLIES ARE DANGEROUS
YOU SHOULD KEEP TIIE3I OUT

aTe-a-jgnat' .meuace to health

an aside from the Question of health.

they are very disagreeable. Let us

screen your house with our modern
method, home manufactured screens.

Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. 3-25-tf

PATHE WEEKLY, COSTELLO, AT

THE TEMPLE TONIGHT. Ady.

The McGehee Lumber Ca, is now
radlng and will soon begin laying

the rails east of Dallas to a point .near
Lady Lake, where the company K

extensive holdings of pne timber.
Summerfield Chronicle.

TH

specialist! cronic djseas:

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Af'D ELTRftU INSTITUTE
OCiA, LORIDA.
PHONESOfiice, Xo, BrClaae's Residence, No. 40V,
Office Suite 1 to 7, j'er Blo4oathwest Corner. Public S

General Contittor

A W03LAN AVILL DRFTE AN AUTO

91 3IILES AN HO L it AT THE TEMPLE
TONIGHT. Adv.

Representative L. S. Light, in a let

ter to the Tampa Times on the subject

of Mr. Tomlin's fee bill, sneaks very

wisely. Mr. Light, we .are pleased to

say Is one of the best Informed men in
the state and his knowledge of things
political or otherwise, shows a thoro
man. Mr. Light is a little man. but
he carries a big and brainy head on
his shoulders. Leave it to Light and

you are not liable to go wrong. Sum Summerfield
merfield Summerfield Chronicle.

Under the new board of county

commissioners, which Is an exception exceptionally
ally exceptionally progressive body, Marlon county

will soon have a system of good roads

second to none In the state. -Summer-

field Chronicle.

FLAT FOR RENT
The second floor of the Bell fiat or

apartment, house. 13 for rent Apply to

box 515, Ocala. T 2-31-etd

Use Dike' Quinine ana Sage Hair

Tonic once a: week on your head and

enjoy a healthy,-clean scalp. You will

find- this excellent tonic at the Court
Pharmacy. Adv.

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ure? failure? If you a-e uniting success, you MUST begin by
banking FOTne uo;iey, because MONEY IS THE KEY
TO SUCCESS. It v 111 enable you to grasp a good
business-chance; it v.7i!!.ive you better standing and
better credit in yom community.
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Undertaker Smith, phones 10 &ad 34.

No new cases today.

Mr. Baxter Carn is doing very well
today.

XcyVHot bottles at tbe Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Ad.

The question of the hour: "Has yours

takenT'

Beck'3 hard water soap, ten. cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.

Capt. T. B. Lansing of the Hart Line
was in -the-city., today..

Clocks of all kinds and at all prices.
A. E. Burnett. Ad.

WANTED Time clerk and stock
room man. Ocala Iron Works. 5 22 6t

Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.

Palmer'a toilet articles can Te found

at the Court Pharmacy. Adv.

SIX ROOM COTTAGE FOR RENT RENT-Apply
Apply RENT-Apply to Mrs- R- P. Fuller. 1-5

Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.

Pearl tooth brushes are sold at

Gerlg's Dru Stores at 25c. and guaranteed.-
Ad.

Season's latest styles and ladles' and
misses ready to wear dresses at Rheln Rheln-auer's.
auer's. Rheln-auer's. Ad.

FOR RENT Pleasant room. Larse.
Two beds. Close in. Gentlemen. Ad Address,
dress, Address, Reasonable, care Star..

Nyal's Corn Remover actually re removes.
moves. removes. 25c. at both Gerig's Prug
Stores. Ad.

, Stop cougbJns by uslns Cherry Bark
Cough Syrup. Sold only at the Rexall
Stores. Ad.

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01 MU.KS AX IIOl' It AT THE TEMPLE
TONIGHT. Adv.

Pickard's fine hand-painted china at
Burnett, the Jeweler's. Ad.

ROOMS FOP. RENT Large, cool,
furnished rooms for rent. Apply to
Mrs, T. II. Wallis. ii6 South 2nd St,

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

- Rheinauer's is the place to find the
best makes and most popular prices of
ladies' and children's shoes. Ad.

Dr. James IL Kloek, president of the
company anr! principal owner of the
property of the Camp Eagle Point
mountain camp for girls at Stinson
Lake, Rumney postofnce, in the White
mountains of New Hampshire, has is issued
sued issued the very handsome illustrated
booklets of the cantp, which he will
be glad to send to any one Interested
in the school. Dr. Klock is at East East-lake
lake East-lake at present, where he will be thru
the month of April, when he will go to

the camp in the mpuntains. The camp
opens on June, 26th and closes n Au August
gust August 28th. -

At this beautiful spot, on a large
lake In the White mountains, amidst
the purest, invigorating air, pure cold
water from the mountains to drink,
with boating, horseback riding, tramp tramping
ing tramping over the mountains and through
tbe forests camping out, with their
guides and lady teachers, the girls
store up energy and health enough in
the two months to last them for a
whole year. If one could see this spot
and the splendid arrangements, both
natural and artificial, for caring for
the wants, both mental and bodily, of
the girls who go there, as a family
from this office did last summer, they
would certainly avail themselves of
the opportunity to send their girls to
the White mountains of New Hamp Hampshire.
shire. Hampshire. On the roll of the camp-school
are girls from almost every state in the
Union.
Write Dr. Klock at Eastlake, thru
April and after that to Rumney. N. H.,
If you are thinking of sending your
girls away for a trip this summer.
This is not an advertisement.

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TIIE RESURRECTIOX

The Ideal was crowded twice over
last night to see this magnificent pic picture
ture picture story. It was one of the best ever,
seen here, and held the attention of
all from start to finish. Miss Blanche
Walsh is certainly a splendid actress,
and she hrought this story out for pic pictures
tures pictures even better than it could be play played
ed played on the stage. The feature will be
run again tonight, and the Star Van
disinterestedly advise, all to go and
see It,

HOSPITAL NOTES

Little Charlie Brooklyn
about the same today.

remains

All the othpr patients are convalesc

ing

Mrs. R. H. Hale, who has been In the
hospital for the past week, returned to
her home at Belleview today.

' BIG FIRE S ALE

Ladies, have your dresses, gloves
and plumes, dry cleaned by J. S. Crom-s
eppnonJi 3r6-tt "C
Mrr Charles CTiillen landed In New
York the other day, on his way home
from Englan4rfi(His expected in Ocala

on any train, r

LOSTratrtrT6ln, in the shape of

a flying bat,' with a small diamond In
each "wing. A suitable reward will be
paid if returned "to Marcu3 Frank. 3 25

FOR RENT Furnished rooms in
modern home, for coupl or two young
men. With board or without. Phone
278. 3-21-tf

The stock of general drygoods owijed
by Mr. C. U. Gaines, in the Ocala House
Block, and that was damaged by fire
several weeks ago, has been sold, and
the new owners will open the store
Saturday morning with a great Fire
Sale, and dispose of the stock, much of
w-hjch. is absolutely uninjured by the
fire, at whatever it will bring at retail.

Mr. Carney Entertained at Trail
One of the lovely small affairs of the

week was the party this afternoon giv-)
en by Sirs. E. L Carney for her house
guests to the five tables arranged for!

ney Mims, who will on next Friday
night accompany their hostess and;

senator Carney to Tallahassee for
month's visit.

Mrs.; Carney warmly greeted her ;
guests assisUd by the honorees. In'
the dining room Mrs. II. M. Hampton
and Mr. L. F. Blalock served refresh-j
ing ice cold sour orange juice and Mrs,
Edward Holder and Mrs. Charles
Rheinauer assisted in showing the1

the game of numerical trail, which
proved most interesting for several
hours. Playing besides the ones al already
ready already mentioned were Mrs. Richardson,
Mrs. Jack Camp, Mrs. Maud Home,
Mrs. E. C. Bennett, Mrs. Howard Clark,
Mrs. D. E. Mclver, Mrs. S. T. -Sistrunk,
Mrs. G. S. Scott, Mrs. John Taylor, Mrs.
W. V. Newsom, Mrs. W. K. Zewadski,
Mrs. M. FisheV Mrs. L. Fishel, Mrs.

Marcus Frank, Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe,'

Mrs. Bunyan Stephens, the latter join

ing the players later.
The very pleasant afternoon with
Mrs. Carney was concluded by the hos

tess serving strawberry ice cream and i

toothsome white cake.

This bank co-operates with depo Itors in

development of their business in ev

consistent with good banking.
The same attention is given to 1
small accounts.

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Pryttrtrfctldren,rrJat

residence presented a most beautifn

picture this affcrntVn when fifty hand

some little Mauxand pretty little
girls assembles to help little Miss Fan Fan-ita
ita Fan-ita Cobb celebjat'te her fifth birthday.
The young hstgswlio promises to
be one of Ocalas fairest belles, looked
unusually sweet in a dainty 'white
dress with blue rosettes and hair rib

bon and her happiness radiated

out -the crowd.

A pole decorated with thirty blue,
pink and white streamers, was station stationed
ed stationed on the side lawn and much fun was
had plaiting it. An egg rolling was
also enjoyed along with several other
games, after which strawberry and
vanilla cream was served with several
kinds of cake and sandwiches. A huge
white birthday cake decorated with
bunnies and chicks, caught the eyes
of all when it was brought out and
placed, in the center of a small table.
Around the cake amidst, rosebuds and
asparagus fern were five little pink
candles burning. Easter lily baskets
filled with home made candies were
given the little folks to take home.

Mrs,, Cobb was assisted in entertain

ing her young daughter's nlavmates by

Mrs. Ley and Mrs. Eugene Rivers, and

so well were the plans carried out that

the memory of April 1st will linger
long in the minds of those present.
Fanita besides being showered with
birthday wishes, received many pretty
gifts. .. 'y.

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We are agents and have demonstration cars on hand
at all times and willing to SHOW you the
HUPIilOBILE, OVERUiiD AND CADILLAC,
the three best Cars ever sold.

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market. They come somewhat high, two

Quarts for
have them.

55 cents, but we have to

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WORLD'S ALMANAC AT HALLABD'S

New 1A13 Worlds Almanac, Just re received.;
ceived.; received.; 2.5. centa at Ballard's News Newsstand.
stand. Newsstand. Adv. I

WORK YOUR GARDEN WITH TOOLS YOU BUY
FROM US AND THEY WON'T ALWAYS BE BREAKING,
WE "RAKE" THE MARKET FOR THE BEST GARDEN
TOOLS AND HARDWARE MADE.
WE "HOE OUR OWN ROW" BY GIVING OUR CUSTOM CUSTOMERS
ERS CUSTOMERS GOOD HARDWARE FOR THEIR GOOD MOjSEY.

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MEN Write for my illustrated cat

alogue showing how I teach the barber

trade quickly," cheaply, 'thoroughly. A.
B. Moler, President, Atlanta, Ga.

Gentlemen, have your suits, hats

and neckties dry cleaned by one who.

knows how. J. S. Cromer,, phone
451. 3-6-tf

One of those handy little packets of

postcards at the Postof flee Drugstore,
snt to a friend in a northern state

would-be a good way to advertise

Ocala.

Ned and Whet" are doing well with.

their snug little cafe, next to Strauss',

They obtained today a big turtle from
Harry Peter, who caught it on the gulf

coast, and will have turtle soup for

dinner tomorrow, .

FLORIDA!

Most disease comes from germs. Kill

the germs and you kill d'sease. Con-

key's Nox-i-Cide mixed with water, Is
cheap and effective. For poultrymen,
stockmen and housekeepers. Guaran

teed by Ocala Seed Store, tues-frl Adv

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PAT HE WEEKLY, CQSTELLO?

THE TEMPLE TOXICIIIT. Adv.

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At the meeting of the K. of P, viast

niht, Messrs. a. m. iansrora, l. i.

Jeffcoat and Grover McClure attained

I the full rank of knighthood., and the

! decree of page was "'conferred on Mr

Neil Townsend. There was a largeat

tendance, and the services werevery

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TWO RESIDENCES' FOR SALE

My two residence properties on South

Third street are for wale. Half cash,

balance on time, or liberal discount for

all cash. Wish to get farther ont and

nior nodi,, Houses are In best of

condition, with all modern con

veniences.. jcrice ana terms given on

annllratlon. It. XI. rnrrnll.

UH. W. K. X.AWE

Specialist Eye, Ear, Xose and Throat.

Office, Law Library BUg Ocala. -r4Ad

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HAVE YOUR HOUSE SCREEXED

Let us measure your house and It

It with screens. We make here at

home as good a screen for less money
than you can get anywhere. Ocala

Lumber & SupplyCo. 3-25-tf

Shoe polish. We have anything you

need for shoes in stock at the Court

Pharmacy. Adv.

XOTICE OF LOCAL. LEGISLATIOX

The president, and several directors

of the Atlantic Coast Line spent last

: night 'at Ilomosassa on their way north

from a visit to St. Petersburg. They
came up from Homosassa in their spe special
cial special train this morning,; but saw nothr

ing of Ocala except the north side, go

ing on up the line from the Junction
without coming1 into the city,

PATHE MEEKLY, COSTELLO,

THE TEMPLE TONIGHT. Ady,

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Dpgler Celebrated

Illrthday

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is Dame, Nellie Beckham, Winona

therbee, Alice Sexton, Messrs. Sam

ford, John Batts, John Tarver,

laude Hlckle, Carlton Irvin, Mrs. T.

I. Wallis, Mrs. Stroud and Miss Fran Fran-es
es Fran-es Tarver, the last three named chap

eroning the party. Picnic lunch was
taken and a merry time was had. They
returned on the evening train.
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Dance at Lake Weir Yacht Clnb
On Friday evening, April 4, (this
week) Miss Florence; Schnitzler and
Mrs. Grace WJllard Robinson, two
charming winter residents of Weirs Weirs-dale,
dale, Weirs-dale, will give a yacht club dance at
the Lake Weir Yacht Club, Eastlake.
This will probably be the last of the
winter entertainments at the club
house and the Ocala crowd of young
people are cordially invited to attend.
Dancing commences at & o'clock.
.
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Partridge and
daughter after a week end visit, with
Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Robinson, re returned
turned returned to Woodmar yesterday, where
they occupy Blair Villa.

Mrs. Lester Warner has Invited quite

a few or ner friends to come to an at
home" Friday at 3:30 o'clock, the spe special
cial special guest of honor being her house
guest, Mrs. Ingram of Detroit, Mich.

The reading club met with Miss Alice

Bollock this afternoon and as usual
spent a very enjoyable two hours.

April first i alwaVs filled with pleas

ure and surprises far little folks and
the former wasroit 4 true this after

noon whenthJfty cladren met at .the Miss Janet Weathers will delightful

home of Prfend Mis H. C Dozier to ly entertain the Young Married Ladles'

play with littleM6 Cornelia- Dozier, j Card Club and a few additional friends

the occasion beinaplier eighth birthday. Thursday afternoon.

i Cornelia' wasK-taalantlv haonv and In I

hr party froclt wih bright ribbons MissfBallou, who was the week end
looked as prafty asl a picture The guest of Miss Lou Moody at the home
games were jflayed if thjaJiause and on of herjaunt, Mrs. W. S. Pike, returned

the lawn aji'?verlid children have aito The Oaks" at Woodmar yesterday.

ha ppief-ternooiv' Punch, ice 'cream .

and cake waT"served by Mrs.' Dozier j Mrs. Elmer DeCamp, Mrs." C. Carmi Carmi-and
and Carmi-and Mrs. Etta Robinson and whilelchaef and Mrs. Ballinger left today for

they were eating the birthday cake j a vsit to Green Springs

surrounaea oy eignt ourning candles

was cut The young hostess was the! Yesterday afternoon was the first

recipient of many pretty presents. Jmeeting of the Baptist Missionary So-

-..... .i i ..s, ...... s. j ciety's week of prayer and self-denial

Mrs. Clifton Camp, who accompanied week. As it was the regular day for
her guest, Miss Lizzy Adams, to her the meeting of the Baptist Sewing
home in Lynchburg, a., has returned Circle, Mrs. B. II. Seymour entertained
home. After spendingfa few days with both the societies on the church' lawn.

Miss Adams Mrs'' aiip visited her A very pleasant and Instructive time
hmthprs. MpssrKnnifprt and Tali was spent. Mrs. Van Hood was reader

Anderson at Washington and Lee Uni- forhe afternoon. Mrs. Seymour serv-

versity, Lexington, and spent a ed refreshments and was assisted by

few days with Miss therese Nurney in J Ms. A illlamC3ober, Mrs., Leslie Home

Suffolk, Va.

Col. R. F. Rogers of Lynne was In

town today and left on tha limited to
spend a few days in Jacksonville with
his daughter and attend to business.

Saturday, Mr. and Mrs

and daughter. Dorothy, and Mr. and

and Mrs. F. E. McLane.

The Missionary society will hold Its
meeting this afternoon with Mrs. Van
Hood, and Mrs. W. T. Gary will be the

reader.

Sr. Margaret's Guild will hold a sil silver
ver silver tea at the home of Mrs. D. S.

It. T. Adamslirnnilrnw rm Vnrfflvinr avptinn. Kattir

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day afternoon, the 5th of April, from 4

We have just received another aiiudu u sujih. "iin-

car contained some exceptiouallv fine horses and mules.

selected in person, in the Atlanta markets by Mr. Tomp

kins.

selection is large, and pick but what you need.

The pictures at the Temple last

night were, superb. Mr. Green has
I new lenses on his machine and the pic

tures are shown with a bright clear

cut. The subjects were amusing and

Call at the barns and look the drove over, while the

program, the proceeas to go to tne

flood sufferers, the first benefit given

TY Animnlc nrp n rflTJ I ff1 nrr3 1 PHllS find Ocala. The priceswlll be 5 and ten

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91 MILES AX HOUR AT THE TEMPLE

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BROADWAY AND l-llli ST.
Union Ha imre

V MEW YORK
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Uke Hotel, on
the American and Kurop'a.n Plans.

. Anae'icaj Plan, ?2

per day and up. European nan.
Special Weekly Rates.

Jl.C'j-er lay &.d up

A party of Gainesville people, all

desirins: to see Silver Springs and a

live town, were at the Harrington to

day, f were Mrs. E. E. Cannon,
rr.s. ft.- VvrnolJ, Mrs. L. C. Lynch,
Mrs. J. M. Dell, Jr., Mrs. W. W. Mc Mc-Arthur,
Arthur, Mc-Arthur, Mrs. W. W. Johnson, Mrs. S.
W. Davis, Mrs. J. L. Medlin, Miss An Annie
nie Annie Scarrett. Miss Juanita Davis and
one lone man, Mr. S. W. Davis.

Call phone -No. 2S ror your quick
delivery service when In need of drugs,
prescriptions or toilet articles. Adv.

FOR RENT Furnished rooms in
modern home, for couple or two young
Tin ATI with hnard or without. Phone

1 375. 3-10-tf

In compliance with the constitution
of the state of Florida, I hereby give

notice that there will be Introduced in

the next session of the legislature sev

eral local bills, as follows:

A bill to change the charter of the

city of Ocala in regard to extending
the city limits, and in regard to

abolishing the recorder's office, and

other changes in the city charter of
Ocala, giving the council wider scope

of authority.

A bill to change the county line of
Marion county on the northern side of

the county, in and around Orange Lake.

A local game law, if a general game
law satisfactory to the people ot this

county cannot be passed.

A local road law, embodying1" the
susrsrestions offered at a meeting of the

board of county commissioners held. in
Ocala on January 6, 1913, provided that
no general road law satisfactory to

the people of this county can be pass

ed.

A bill establishing a criminal court

of record In Marlon county, provided a
petition signed by the majority of the
registered voters of the county Is pre presented
sented presented to the members of the legisla

ture from this county.

I know of no other local bills, except
bills to Incorporate the towns of Mcin Mcintosh
tosh Mcintosh and Summerfield, provided the
citizens of each place will present to
the members of the legislature a peti

tion signifying that incorporation of

the said towns Is desired by a substan

tial maiorltv of the ceople residing in

the territory intended to be incorporat
ed. ---

Notice Is further given that I shall

so far as possible comply with the con

stitution of the state relative to Ity
days notice for local bills, and x-t

any and all persons or citizens dev

ing to present to be for consideration
local legislation had-best do so at a
very early date, in order that the re required
quired required notice may be given the pub public.
lic. public.
Further, I would appreciate an ex expression
pression expression from all parties Interested in
the above mentioned b'lls, either pub publicly
licly publicly through the press, or : privately
to me, all of which expressions I shall
duly weigh and shall then attempt to
serve the best Interests of the major majority.
ity. majority. Respectfully,. ;
Edwin Spencer, Jr.

.Mrs. h. w. tucKer went to crystal to 6 o'clock. A cordial invitation is

River to enjoy a few days fishing. Sun- extended to alL

aay nr. Aaams was taxen quue sick,

which necessitated their return today.

The L T. L. will give a party tomor

row afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Civic
League park. All the children of the

town are Invited.

The friends of Mr. and Mrs. John
Martin will regret to hear of her se severe
vere severe illness at the home of Mr. J. H.

Jicuymonas. wnere iney nave rooms. WOMAN-WILL DRIVE AX AUTO

9t MILE AX HOUR AT THE TEMPLE

Saturday morning the following j xoMGHT. Adv,

young people went out to Silver

bprmgs on tne eariy tram spena me i SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY

and
who

''AMUSEMENTS.

Palhe Weekly, Maurice Comlello, ritr

Reels Temple Tonight

Five all-feature licensed" reels

they will be run by an operator

knows how. Among the big feature
tonght Is the rathe Weekly, pictures

from everywhere. One particular evejit

will be Mrs. Awne driving an 'auto 1

miles an hour in New York City. Then
Maurice Costello, our old friend, will
be seen in a comedy picture and 'three
other fine licensed features. The Tem Temple
ple Temple orchestra, more popular than ever.

will be heard in excellent selections.

Door sopen at 6:30, prices the Swime,

and 10 cents. Don't forget toraorrow

night, a percentasre of the rereints will

be given to the flood sufferers. Com-?

and see a fine show and at the same
time know that your money Is 'helping
a good cause. Special amateur act Fri Friday
day Friday night, "The McCranie Children," in
cute songs.

'THE FRESHMAN"

The younger society set will give a

play entitled, "The Freshman," In the

Temple Theater, Thursday eventag

April 3. The proceeds will be for the
benefit of the hospital. This bright
little company proposes to" give enter entertainments
tainments entertainments all-through thesummer for

the benefit of the band apd? other

worthy causes. A prize of a five-dollar

gold piece will be given to the one

who will send in a suitable name for

the company"."'" The answers must at
be sent to Mr. Gorden Moorhead no

later than noon of Wednesday, April f
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i ne winner wm oe awarueo tne prixt

Thursday night at the Temple.

ODD, FELLOWS

Tulula Loffge tto. 12, Independent

Order of Odd Fellows, meets every

Tuesday evening, at 7:20 o'clock in
Yonge's hall. Fort King avenue. Visit

ors in the city Invited to be with us.
I F. Ballard. N. G.
W. I Colbert, Secretary. Ad.

MARIOX-DUAl WASOXIO V.ODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. It, F. At A.
M. meets on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each month at 7:20
o'clock, until further notice,
C' 12. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.

OCALA LODGE KO..ZS0, D. P. O. E.

Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elks, meets '..th'
second and fourth Tuesday evenlr,'

each month. Visiting brethren r
welcome. Howell M. Hampton,

Joseph BelL Secretary, f.fr"

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3 C3HS V3n Camp'S SOUP 25C Company covers a multitude of sins.

, honrtc )f nen any great (Jlsaner happens, it
"Cuila - 3C always carries help to the "sufferers
. HAmf-iV 2P ani cnaroes tio one cent for so doing.
J -- it is now taking money and supplies to

S!lIIC CflT 2$Ctne nooJ sufferers in Ohio and Indiana.

So tar, Ocala has not taxed its gener

osity. See the local men if you want

to help.

" Sunbeam shrimp. I. 23c

id boas. ... 5C

2 cans small llfil Salnien SSc

Concordia Lodge, FraternaTTunion of

America, meets in Tonga's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each

month. Geo. L. Taylor, F. M

Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.

ASEPTIC BARBERSHOP

COMMITTEES OF THE COUXCIL

,30c
-.30c

20c

Beck's hard water soap, ten cents

iper cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.

99 "large "
"lair Salmon..
" Argo large Salmon
" Ocean Gem fall n

THY OUR
Hotel Astor Coffee
SOMETHING FINE j
LORD CALVERT :
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound

Judiciary C. M. Livingston,' chair chairman;
man; chairman; J. H. Taylor, E. T. lielvenston.
Finance G- A. Carmichael, chalr-

15cman' lielvenston, is. a. weatn-

Light- and AWater J. IL Taylor,
chairman; Ff J ; B. Weihe, B. A. Weath Weathers.
ers. Weathers. -'.";
' Street B. Weathers, chairmaji;
F. G. B. Weihe, E. C. Bennett.
Fire F. G. B. Weihe, Chairman; E.
T. lielvenston, Walte. Hood.
rolic E. T. lielvenston. Chairman;
F G. B Weihe, E. C. Bennett
Cemetery . Chi lrman;
F. G. B. Weihe, C M. Livlngstoi.
Market C. M. Livingston. Chair Chairman;,
man;, Chairman;, Walter Hood,

Sanitary Walter Hood, Chairman;

J. E. Taylor. G. A. CarmlchaeL

Building E. C. Bennett, Chairman;

This magnificent new shop h
now open for business The
best equipped shop in the city.
Through sanitary, modern in
every respect. Hot and Colri
rnnning water.

First Class .Workmen"
V. C DETTEBICI1, Prep.

Harrington Mall EotcS

I. A. CarmlchaeL J. IL Taylor.

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Cures Cld Seres, Ctfcsr Esseiiss Vi'sa't Curs

The worst cases, no matter of how lone standinz.

re exited by t!. T.osdtrfiu, oil rthable Dr.
Porter's Antiseptic Heating Oil. It reliet-es

Pain and Ilesls ttll.e same time. 25c, 50c, f 1.00

Ina Pinch, usa ALLEN9S FOOT-EASE
L&r.-e can vrtai f U&e rne eii.e pni4il'T utter orj

Alien" Foot-Eae. the &r.:s-t t'C wwder for the feL

ltnuAi. tiht or njf nt ett j ; jnve !H"ta:it
relief io-e')ri.s and bini.T!-. I:"s the j:Ttatt' c
t'-rs, CA.too ft Ir if acerVv.ii rx. f i:t
Fwea-'r1?, t:.rr-l, tender, s ..v ?-f 5. A!-'".1 i 1 1

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EDWARD DRAKE

CIVII EXGIXEEll,

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Accurate Building Platss, Blue Trials

and Specifications made. Lands sur-

reyed and platted. Ciose estimates
made on erection of buildings of any
character by contract or cu a com commission
mission commission basis. Write or consult ire
Vorthwest Comer Ocala House VAc-r'
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iiebciiaxts srixnn?,
: r JACKSONVILLE TO
Savannah, IlUtiJru.rc. I '..T
IJoston xini! -Vrov'.Z
. Fine steamers; '.bctt r v : : r. ;
frps; wirtlc?9' f. r ;
tickets to end T'
fenl for" bocltlct.

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AH my people, young or old.
Like your RON A, I am told."
"Yes," said Hans, "and though we think
It's a splendid children's drink,
We've discovered it is true
That the Grcwn-ups like it too!"
The Story of His Life
From the Cradle to
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Agent for a dozen of the bes Fire Insurance Companies In the
country. Thoroughly competent to care for your insurance business.
I Will le Pleased to Care for Your Business In Any of These Lines.

F. W. DITTO
Plione

CMICMEMS FOR FMYMG
Young Frying Sized Chickens, in Limited Quantity
35 Cents -Per. Pound
Pressed Extra Fine and I Want You to Try Them
CHOICE BEEF, PORK, AfID MUTTON, CELERY, OYSTERS, ETC.
First Class Service Assured and will Appreciate your trade
Phone 108 W. H. MARSH, City Market.

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Set with your Initial on same.

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IMPORTED DUTCH
ltKALi ESTATE
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.
IlEXTAIi DEPARTMENT
We have houses for rent or will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
the taxes.
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OCALA FLA.
HAND PAINTED
CHINA DINNER SETS

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Hotel Astor
Jacksonville, Florida
A. B. Vance, mgr. director
CAFE IN CONNECTION
European Plan, $1.00 and op
ROOMS WITH PRIVATE BATH
Hot and Cold RobbIbs Water and
Telephone In Rooms. Elevator
Service
Corner Bay and Hogan streets, one
block from postofflce. Street cars
from Union Station and all steamers
pass the door.
an Agent of the
II. R. WILLIAMS,
Cily Passenger and Ticket AqL
Ocala.

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DUXXELLOX.
Advocate.)
Elmer Stephens and John Juhan, two
prominent business men of Crystal
River, passed through here Tuesday
en route to Ocala.
Messrs. Carpenter, Thompson, C. E,
Metcalf, Max Feinberg, and B. H. King
attended the min3trel in Ocala Tues
day evening.
Mr. Joseph Waller, age nineteen
years, died at the home of Mr. and Mrs
C S. Dowda, where he wa3 boarding at
the time, Friday afternoon. March 21st.
Mr. Waller was a German by birth and
had only been in America about two
years. He was a machinist by trade
and altho lie had been at Rockwell for
three weeks, he made many warm
friends. The body was laid to rest in
the Rockwell cemetery. Rev. Carroll
conducted the funeral services. The
grave was covered with beautiful flow
ers, taken there by friends.
Mrs. N. A Hargraves spent several
days with Mrs. Henry Gordon in Ocala
this week.
Fred Pedrick passed through here
Saturday enroute to Ocala from Floral
City.
Engineer McPherson on the A. C.
L. yard, caught the largest catfish that
has been seen In Dunnellon in quite
a while, weighing thirty pounds.
Mrs. Florence J. Titcomb and Mrs.
Chas. G. J. Tullis and her bright little
son, Charles Stuart, left Saturday for
a weeks visit to friends and relatives
at Tampa.
tin On
Just the mild, simple wash, the wel
known D.D.D. Prescription for EczenJ
and the Itch is gone.
A trial will prove it.
We have sold other remedies for skit
trouble but none that we could guaran
tee as we can the D.D.D. remedy. I
tho first regular size J1.00 bottle doe
not do exactly as we say, it will no
cost you a. cent.
THE POSTOFFICE DRUGSTORE
INVERNESS.
(Chronicle.)
J. A. Hampton of Floral City, visit visited
ed visited his son, H. M. Hampton, at Ocala
this week.
T. P. Grainger, of Ocala, who has
been visiting Charlie Freeman here,
returned home Sunday.
Col. West of Valdosta, motored over
from Ocala Sunday evening with Dr.
Reaves to look after, his business in interests
terests interests here.
Tom Allen returned from Ocala
Wednesday night, and reports that the
removal of Mrs. Allen to her former
home in Juliette, was not accompanied
by any trouble, and Jt is hoped she will
soon return.
Prison Recruiter T. E. Bridges came
down from Ocala Saturday with six
negro prisoners, who were taken to
Capt Ward's camp at Maple, Sunday
by Deputy Tom Allen. 'Mr. Bridges
has probably taken more prisoners to
the gang than any other man in Flori Florida.
da. Florida. We have known him to' have 34
on his personal string at one time.
STOPS SCALP ITCH
Dandruff and Every Form of Scalp
Disease Cured Quick by Zemo
It Is simply wonderful how Zemo
goes after dandruff. You rub a little of
it in with the tips of the fingers. It
gets right down into tho glands, stim stimulates
ulates stimulates them, stops the itch. and makes
the head feel fine. No, It isn't sticky!
Zemo is a fine, clear, vanishing liquid.
You don't have to even wash your
hands after using Zemo. And what a
wonder It is for eczema, rash, pimples
and all skin afflictions. A 25-cent trial
bottle at the Court Pharmacy Is guar guaranteed
anteed guaranteed to stop any skin irritation.
Zemo is prepared by E. W. Rose
Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo., and Is reg regularly
ularly regularly sold by druggists at 51 a bottle.
But to prove what it will do at trfling
expense, Zemo is now put up in 25 25-cent
cent 25-cent trial bottles. Ad.
redded Girls
It is an absolute fact, that one 50 cent
jar of WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM
will either remove your freckles or cause
them to fade and that two jars will even
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in me most severe cases complete iy cure
them. We are willing to personally
guarantee this and to return your money
without argument if your complexion is
not fully restored to its natural beauty.
WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is fine,
fragrant and absolutely harmless. Will
not make hair grow but will positively
remove TAN, PIMPLES and FRECK FRECKLES.
LES. FRECKLES. Come in today and try it. The jars
are large and results absolutely certain.
Sent by mail if desired. Price 50c.
Mammoth jars $L0O. WILSON'S FAIR
SKIN SOAP 25c For sale by
SOLD BY THE COURT PHARMACY.
STERLING SILTini FLATWARE
I have over $4,000 worth of Sterling
Silver flatware in the store the latest,
most stylish silver and the very best
grade manufactured. JThe prices are
as attractive as the goods. Come In
and look over the stock and select
such articles as you want tor your yourself,
self, yourself, the family or f riends Gifts from
this stock last a lifetime and are al always
ways always a source of pleasure and satisfac satisfaction,
tion, satisfaction, both to the giver and those who
receive them. A. E. Burnett,
(Ad. tf) The Jeweler.
WANTED To. rent ror two or three
months, a small wall tent, large enough
for two. Address Shake, care Star.

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By WILLIA31 BAYARD HALE
Copyright. 19U. 1912. by Doubleday, Page
& Co.

Now, this b( ory of Mr. Wilson's nomi nomination
nation nomination is worth telling in some detail
because, in the first place, it is a fun funny
ny funny story, in the light of Its sequel,
and because. In the second place, it has
to do with the charge of "Ingratitude"
the gravest brought against New
Jersey's governor.
After a few speeches in which It was
apparent that the nominee had a little
difficulty In bringing himself to ask
anybody to rote for him Mr. Wilson
developed unusual power as a cam campaigner.
paigner. campaigner. This candidate had things to
say on which his convictions were so
strong and his sense of their impor importance
tance importance sa great that he soon learned
language that caught the ear and won
the warm attention of the great body
of the plain voters of New Jersey. He
talked to them of the need of drag dragging
ging dragging public business out of private
rooms, where secret interests and pro professional
fessional professional political jobbers conspire, into
the open air where all might see what
is being done; of the need of new po political
litical political machinery that the people
might resume the control of their own
affairs; he talked of the vast social and
Industrial changes of the past twenty
years, making necessary the renova renovation
tion renovation of all our old social and indus indus-trial
trial indus-trial ideas; of the need of new rela relations
tions relations between workingmen and their
employers, now that these are. days of
great corporations : the need of reg regulating
ulating regulating strictly those; corporations;
talked simply, straightforwardly, of
all manner of specific public things In
a way that brought them home to the
individual voter with a new sense of
his own personal concern in them and
awakened in him a new realization of
his duty, his power and his opportu opportunity.
nity. opportunity. He not only did this he lifted
political discussion to a new plane till
at every meeting the audience was
thrilled with the consciousness that
the problems of today are gigantic,
critical, big with the purposes of Prov Providence,
idence, Providence, as they heard this man picture
them on the broad backsrrouDd of his history
tory history in the Inspiration or a soul atinme
with love of common humanity and
faith in Its progress toward splendid
futures.
One incident of the campaign was
the candidate's reply to a list of ques
tions, presumed to be embarrassing.
asked him in an open letter by a Pro Progressive
gressive Progressive Republican.-.Mr. George L.
Record. Mr. Record put into careful
form nineteen queries, requiring Mr.
Wilson to declare, "himself on such sub subjects
jects subjects as -a public' service commission
with power to fix rates, the physical
valuation of public servh-e corpora corporation
tion corporation properties, direct primaries, pop popular
ular popular election of United States sena senators,
tors, senators, ballot reform, corrupt practices
legislation, employers' liability for
workingmen's injuries and finally his
own opinion of the Democratic bosses
namely. Smith, Nugent and Davis.
With instant readiness, with auda audacious
cious audacious glee, Mr. Wilson gave his an answers.
swers. answers. He accepted the whole Progres Progressive
sive Progressive Republican program and asked
for more: no Republican could satisfy
a progressive Democrat's appetite for
reform. As for Smith. Nugent and
Davis, he would join anybody in de denouncing
nouncing denouncing them; they differed from
Baird. Kean; Stokes and Murphy In
this that the latter "are in control of
the government of the state, while the
others are not and caunot.be if the
present Democratic ticket Is elected."
Mr. Wilson went further. He asked
himself a twentieth question which
Mr. Record had been too polite to ask
What would be his relations with
those men if elected governor? "I
shall always welcome advice and sug suggestions
gestions suggestions from any citizen, whether
boss, leader, organization man or plain
citizen, but all suggestions and advices
will be considered on their merits. 1 1
should deem myself forever disgraced
should I, in even the slightest degree,
co-operate in any such system or any
such transactions as the boss system
describes."
Election day was Nov. 8. j. On that
day the people of New Jersey, for
many years a Republican state, chose
Woodrow Wilson for governor by a
plurality of 49,150. Two years before
Taft had carried the state by a plu plurality
rality plurality of 82.000. Wilson had changed
the political mind of CG.000 out of
433,000 voters.
On -the same day the majority of
those Democrats who took the trouble
to mark their ballots in this particular
selected James U. Martine as their
choice for United States senator. The
total DemMmfi vote for senator was
only t3.t. Martine tveeived 54.0UO
Noliody voted for James Smith. Jr.
James E. Martin? was anhonestand
faithful Democrat with radical views,
as genial and goxi hearted a man as
ever breathed, but scarcely a man that
would havt? it?n chosen deliberately
for the dignities of memtership in the
august tKKly that sits in the northern
end of the national rapitol. Regularly
for years be. had. been put np as candi
date for any. old -office to which there
was no hof se of election. 1 1 : was a
well established rule that Martine was
always, to run uever to reach any anything.
thing. anything. (Continued Tomorrow)
TIME TO SCIIEEX
It Is time to see that your house is
properly screened.1 We make any kind
or size screen in our own factory, and
fit them to your house. Ocala Lumber
& Supply Company. 3-25-tf

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Beer acted upon by light t oon takes up the vry disagree disagreeable
able disagreeable so-called 'light-taste and also a repulsive sir nk-like
odor. ISeerso affected is offensive to the palate of most
consu!n?rs, and there is probably nothing that will influence
them more against any brand of bottled beer than to have
once tasted beer possessing this 'light taste to a marked
degree. The presence of this defect, however, is not
always the bottler's fault, as the consumer himself very
often lets the beer stand in the light But the con consequences
sequences consequences must usually be borne by the bottler."
Extract from "The "eer Bottlers Handy Book," published by Wahl-Heniui
Institute of Fermentology.
i ne lirown Bottle is not a fad. Its use by Sclilitz
is based on scientific principles.

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The first Schlitz was brewed in a hut, over sixty
years ago. Now our agencies dot the earth. Our
output exceeds a million barrels a year.
Why don't you make Schlitz your regular beer? It's pure beer.

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The Carmichael & Sons Co.
n6 N. Magnolia SL
Ocala, Fla.

Is An Effective Remedy for the Throat and Lungs.
It relieves tlckline In the throat, tightness In the chest. Inflamed lungs, difficult breathing' an
wheezing In the bronchial tubes. Conveys a soothing, heallncr Influemce to the sore lanes, promo:-

easy expectoration ana conmDuies to tne enjoyment oi a fiuim wgui

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Su3 the Dollar size. It contains nve times as mucin as ue sc sue.

a Dr. ITerrick's Red Pepper Poroua Plaster for the chest

JAMES F. BALLARD

For Sore Eyes, Granulated Lids, Bedaess'of tfce Eyeball, Weak SlRfct, Smartlnjr Semsatlons la the i
tuc Stephens Eye Salre. "It U m remedy of proven merit.

Good Milk.
The returned fresh air kid was tell telling
ing telling his mother of the wonders of ths
country. "And say, ma," he saldout
at Angola they get milk from cow
and It's just as good milk as any."
Buffalo Express
SHAKE IIITO YOUR SHOES
Allen's Foot-Ease, the antiseptic powder. It relieret
painf aL,s martin?, tender, oervoas feet, and instant J
takes the sting oat of corns and bunions. It's the
creates t comfort discovery of the aee. Alien's Foot Foot-Ease
Ease Foot-Ease makes t&at or new aboea feel easy. It is a
certain relief lot sweating, caiioae. swollen, tired,
aching feet. Always nse it to Break in New ehoes.
Try it to-day. Sold everywhere, S3 cente. Don't
accept an if wkihrft For FREE trial package
address Ailen 8. Olmsted. Le Roy, N. Y.
DRAY FOR G ENTERAL DELIVERY
Mr. A. S. Burgess nas gone Into the
transfer and delivery business. He
nas 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
cire. Call phone 470. Ad.
WOODMEV OP THE WORLD
Fort King Camp. So. H, Woodmen
of the World, will hold their next reg regular
ular regular meeting -Friday evening, Mch. 14,
at Yonge's HalL Every member is
urged to be present and; visitors al always
ways always welcome. J. F. Thompson, C. C
C K. Sage, Clerk. Ad.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. "Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Somehow the aftajority of our gooclj

deed? are never (und out.

&e that crown cr cork
is branded 'SchBtz.

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Tightness In the Chest, Irritation in the Throat and a
Cough means a miserable night for the whole family.

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Sizes, 25c, 50c and $1.00 per Bottle.

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SOLD nY ALL DEALERS

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I am keeping at my Sales Barn and Lot, on
West Exposition Street three blocks west of the
court house square,

a Fine Drove of ' Y
First Class
Horses and Mules
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Animals for all pur purposes;
poses; purposes; and at reason
able prices. I go to
market e a c h two
weeks and select the
stock in person and
get the very best.

Call al Hie Lot, you will find some Stock to snit yon,
it it is one or dozen head yon need, I have them.

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LIVE STOCK DEALER OCALA,uFLOUIDA

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