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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL i, 1913
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ospital Building, Southern Exjsure,

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HOMOl PROGRESS ON

Messrs, Mclver & MdcKay are pushing forward
the work o the magnificent big building of the
Marion County Hospital. This work was com commenced
menced commenced again after it had stood as it looks in the
accompanying cut for more than six months. There
has been $6000 expended on the building so '.far
and all but $1,000 of this amount has been paid to
the contractors. "Bonds are being sold and the
amount of money required to finish the building
will soon be forthcoming. The plumbing and elec electric
tric electric wiring, all concealed, has been roughed In. The
work has been done well and with the best ma

terial. This does not make much of a showing but
costs money. The plumbing and wiring is now all
ready, for the setting and placing of the fixtures.
The framing is complete and the roof finished,
chimneys and flues finished and the first or rough
floors laid throughout.
Present plans are to push forward work on the
outer walls of the building, plastering and finishing
throughout, then a sufficient number of rooms in
the interior on the different floors of both the
white and colored wards will be finished so that
the hospital can move into its new 'quarters, and
the 'work will then go forward as rapidly as time
and money will admit. This will give the hospital
management ample room for theii? present needs,
and they will be "living at home" while the build building
ing building is b8ing finished. It is. thought that the hos hospital
pital hospital can move into the new building by the early
part of August. V
When finished the Marion County -Surgical

Hospital will enjoy several distinctions. It will be
the largest hospital building south of Jacksonville.
It will have by far the most commanding, the most
beautiful and altogether desirable location of any
similar institution in the state. It will be the best
built, the best arranged and the best equipped, hos hospital
pital hospital in the state. Its location is central to all
parts of the state and it will be a living monument
to the pluck and energy of its board of managers,
the physicians of Marion county and the friends
who have aided by their time, energy and money
to make the plan a success.
There will be fifty rooms in the building when
it is completed and each of them will be numbered.
Its lighting and ventilation; its sanitary ar arrangements
rangements arrangements and, conveniences, its comforts; its
huge shaded verandas and long cool halls and cor corridors
ridors corridors will make it a place where one can con convalesce
valesce convalesce and be glad that his lines have fallen in

'such pleasant places.

Up in the garret, in what would be the fourth
story, there is ample space for six or eight more
good sized rooms, if they be ever needed. 'A stair stairway
way stairway and a number of dormer windows would make
this possible. This is not included, however, in the
fifty rooms aforementioned.
The basement or ground floor will have all
solid cement floors, and in it the main kitchen and
the nurses' dining room will be located. A direc directors
tors directors room, many store rooms, etc., will be located
on this floor. The diet kitchen will be on the next
floor; the operating room, the large public ward,
the sitting room and many of the private wards.
The third floor will contain the nurses' sleeping
quarters and private wards. There are lots of Mg
fireplaces and plenty of flues for stoves.
The colored ward is larger than the entire
quarters of the present hospital. It is two stories
and has many rooms and wards and all are first
class in every respect. It is separated eight feet

from the main building, but will be connected b)
a roofed platform.
, The board of directors, comprising Messrs. T.
T. Munroe, D. S. Woodrow, C. Carmlchael, Ben
Rheinauer and Dr. J. E. Chace, who, with the ex exception
ception exception of Dr. Chace, and the building committee,
Messrs. Clarence Camp, J. M,.Meffert, George Mac Mac-Kay,
Kay, Mac-Kay, B. A. Weathers and E. P. Rentz, all of whom,
Mr. Rentz. excepted, together with a Star reporter
and half a dozen other citizens, went out to inspect
the hospital 3'esterday morning and spent an hour
there very pleasantly and thoroughly went oyer
every portion of the building and gave it a very
complete examination. Every one of the gentle gentlemen
men gentlemen was delighted -with the work and approved
entirely of the plans for carrying it on.
The hospital has ample grounds, more than two
hundred feet square, and after the building has
been completed the grounds will have attention and
be cared for and beautified.

Ill flllD ill

OP THE

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CIraBlIncH, Ilat mud Abandaat Food
Needed In the War Agalmit
, Connuioptton.
- Tuberculosis or consumption is a
germ disease.
It is usually transmitted from one
perspn to another by expectoration.
Transmission is avoided if the ex expectoration
pectoration expectoration i3 immediately destroyed.
There are in Philadelphia more than
10,000 cases of pulmonary tuberculos tuberculosis.
is. tuberculosis. Of these over 3600 die each year,
and practically as many new -cases
take their placer
One person is dyins every thrse min minutes
utes minutes from turberculosls in the United
states.

The disease usually attacks the

youns in the prime of life. The eco economic
nomic economic waste to the community as well

as the amount of personal suffering is

annrmOUl.

All this could he avo'ded if one case

tisvpr infected another.

If "a persons keeps strong and vigor

ous he is not apt to contract tuoercu

The best preventatives are fresh air

in the homes, school rooms and worK

food, cleanliness tern

perance fn all things, and a regular

Dirt, dust dampness and drink pre-

rtisnases to consumption.

If taken early turberculosls can be

cured; if neglected, it i3 almost always

fi.nl.

The campaign against tuberculosis

is a world-wide united effort to put
thA above nrinclples into practice.

Were this done, consumDtion in a few

vnrs would be exterminated.

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tonsumption is pre-eminently a so

cial disease, and can only be overcome

bv social forces.

I. Tuberculosis Js a Communicable

2. Tuberculosis is a Preventable dis-

3. Tuberculosis Is a Curable disease.

What do the above three statements

mean?
They mean:

1. That whenpersons who have the

disease are careless they may Infect

other persons.

2. That -when people take proper

precautions the d'sease can be pre

vented.

3. That wheV persona who have the

disease live the right' kind of lives

they may be cured.

"We 6ame into the world nolens

volena, and after duly announcing our

arrival by making a somewhat hilari hilarious
ous hilarious test of our lung capacity there
followed a conflict in the course of a
short time between that organ "and the
rather ubiquitoustubercle bacillus as
to how long we should be permitted to
stay here. If we conquer the human

bacillus the day of joy may be short,

for the bovine variety may invade our

personal preserves in quest of a peace peaceful
ful peaceful habitation. Should we overthrow

that Invader, sentry duty would still
be required in order to circumvent the
possible activity of the avian variety
of the microorganism. In these bat

tles against the enem'es enumerated.

the ammunition used must be sun

light, fresh air, nutritions food and
rest. If we fail to use abundantly -the
ammunition named, .it is no Jest to

conclude that th 'bogey bug will get

U3 If we don't look out.'

"Tuberculosis is the modern Moloch,
exacting a toll ii human : life that

surpasses in the aggregate even that

of the God of War. It is largeli the

poor man's, disease, but civilization Is

curing these ill by fortifying the sys

tem to resist attacks. Under feeding
and over work are responsible for

more deaths from tuberculosis than

any other ten factors, and rest and

abundant feeding are the only known

means for Its cure."
Freak Air and Consumption.

There is in this state a man who be

lieves, .and preaches that fresh air is
the best thing for consumption. How
he came to be a fresh air convert is

something like this:
Twelve years ago he started for Col

orado for consumption. While on the

way he had a hemorrhage of such se

verity that a number of ladies begged
the conductor to stop the train and

have him removed. A day latter in
Denver, while walking about, he had
another, the loss oi blood from which
was so great that he could hardly

stand. His ghastly face and blood

stained apparel presented a sight of

such horror as to make it difficult for

him to engage the services of a negro
hackman to drive him back to the ho
tel After a few sdays rest and the
gloomy despondency and endless night
that follows the consciousness of a

hope that's lost, he set out. for home

and the family graveyard.

A physician of some note was called

from a distance by the mother who
would not abandon the fight His sim

ple prescription was fresh air, raw

eggs, and sweet milk. They obedient

ly placed his cot on the sunny side.

Here he lived wit honly nature's cano canopy
py canopy about him. On pure air, half dozen

raw eggs, and a pint to a quart of
sweet milk a day, he gained a victory
seemingly impossible. A cramped, hol hollow,
low, hollow, coughing, phthisical shadow grew

to be a strong and healthy man of 160

pounds. The shroud of despair be

came the glod of returning health.
His long fight, the years of affliction,
and his patient endurance, with the
final triumph,, is a record that is

known to many. He is often consult consulted,
ed, consulted, and has directed more people suf-

BAD TASTE
IN THE MOUTH,
Dizziness, and a general "no
account" feeling is a sure sign
of a torpid liver. The remedy
is Simmons Red Z Liver Reg Regulator
ulator Regulator (The Powder Form).
It exercises its greatest re restorative
storative restorative effect in the liver, yet

it is effective in the stomach
and bowels. Indigestion, con constipation
stipation constipation and their attendant
evils disappear before its pow powerful,
erful, powerful, regulating influence.
Try its wholesome purifying
properties. It will give you a
good appetite, sound digestion
and make you feel well.
So4d by Dealers. Prkt, large package, $t.00,
Ak far the nentsio with tb Ked Z no the !el.
If yoo ctauot jet it. remit t we will a! it hj
mU, potjiil. Simmon L'rnr Jicgnlator it put
pio Itqaid form for tbe who preirr tu fnc$i.00
per bettia. Look tor tt Kod Label.
JL a ZCUK & CO, Propsn St Louis, Ha.

fering from this disease the right way
toward recovery and good cheer than
any other I might say any other hun hundred
dred hundred laymen In the state. Health

Notes.

immksf: sum xbeded
to i) it a i x the evehglades

Tallahassee, April 4. The board of
trustees of the internal improvement
fund have been in session considering
the plan to bond the state for 15.000, 15.000,-000
000 15.000,-000 to secure funds for completion of
the Everglades reclamation drainage
project. The burden of taxation on
the bonds, It is understood, is to be
borne only by the Everglades section,
the state lending nothing but moral
aid.

HE WARE OF OIXTUEMS FOR CA CATARRH
TARRH CATARRH THAT COXTAIX MERCURY
as mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it

through the mucous surfaces. Such ar articles
ticles articles should never be used except on
prescriptions from reputable physic physicians,
ians, physicians, as the damage they will do is ten
fold to the good you can possibly de derive
rive derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure,

manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.,
fToledo, O., contains no mercury and is

taken internally, acting directly upon
the blood and mucous surfaces of the

system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure

be sure you get the genuine. It is tak tak-en
en tak-en internally and made in Toledo, O.,
by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials
free..
Sold by Druggists. Price To cents
per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills
for constipation. Adv.

Cret of the Flood Is Panning on Down

the Ohio, Leaving Thonnanda
. Without Home
Louisville, Ky., April 4. With the
waters of the Ohio receding here and
no further damage expected save the
possible collapse of buildings weaken weakened
ed weakened by the flood, Louisville is prepared
to give more attention to questions of
sanitation and relief for refugees. Al Although
though Although demands upon relief stations
show some decrease, there still are be between
tween between 2,000 and 3,000 families homeless.

supplies without charge to the Ohio
and Indiana flood sufferers. This Is a
good way for. you to get even with the
express company for the ferocious way
it has ocercharged you since Noah's
flood.

DRUGGIST GIVES MOXEY RACK

WA CAHOOT A

HAVE YOU II HOUSE SCREENED
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 & Supply Co. 3-25-tf

TWO RESIDENCES FOR SALE

3Iy two residenee properties on Sonth
Third street are for sale. Half eaah,
balance on time, or liberal dlseonnt for
all eash. Wish, to set farther oat and
more room.. Houses are la best of
condition, with all modern ., con conveniences..
veniences.. conveniences.. Price and terms given on
application. R. R. Carroll.

FLAT FOR RENT
The second floor of the Bell flat or
apartment house is for rent. Apply to
box 515, Ocala. 3-31-6td

Wacahocta, April 3. Mr. and Mrs.
R. P. Smith and Messrs. Cedric, Clar Clarence
ence Clarence and Napoleon Smith attended the
commencement exercises of the Willis Willis-ton
ton Willis-ton high school last Thursday night.
Thej report the exercises as splendid.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Curry and daugh daughter
ter daughter Thelma were shopping In Mica Mica-nopy
nopy Mica-nopy Friday.
Messr.i. J. W. Bradley and Cedric
Smith were bus'ness visitors to Mica Mica-nopy
nopy Mica-nopy Saturday.

Mr. Gene Tyner of Midway was in
our midst Sunday.
Mrs. J. Porter Smith returned from
a five weeks' visit to Gainesville Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon. She was accompanied
home by Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Pedric and
daughters, Miss Theora Flemming and
Miss Winfred Pedric of Gainesville.
Miss Rosalie Smith returned Sunday
from a few days' visit to Willlston and
Montbrook.
Mr. and Mrs. R. CL Epperson and
Miss Theora Smith of Willlston were
guests of Mrs. T. N. Smith Sunday
night.
Mss Leola Smith returned Sunday
afternoon from Willlston, where she
attended the high school. Her many
friends here are glad to have her with
them again.

DoiIhob'h Liver Tone Gets a Four
Square Guarantee from the
Court Pharmacy
When an article is sold a druggist
who is willing to give it his personal
guarantee It's a mighty strong proof
of real merit.
That's exactly the case with Dod Dod-son's
son's Dod-son's Liver Tone. It is a pelasant pelasant-tasting,
tasting, pelasant-tasting, vegetable remedy for a slow
and sluggish liver. Since Dodson's
Liver Tone came on the market the
sale of calomel has gone 'way -down.
The reason is simply this: Dodson's
Liver Tone is safe and harmless and
guaranteed to be satisfactory calomel
is often uncertain, sometimes danger dangerous,
ous, dangerous, and no druggist wants to guar guarantee
antee guarantee that it won't knock you out of
a day's work and maybe send you to
bed. '
The Court Pharmacy sell3 Dodscm's
Liver Tone and guarantees it. For
you and your children. It's a good
thing to keep a bottle always in the
house.
The "Court Pharmacy will give you
your money back if you think Dod Dodson's
son's Dodson's Liver Tone is jjot worth the
price. "'Keep your liver working and
your liver will not keep you from

working," is good advice to go by. 6

It IS III

Two Thousand People Marooned Wtlk Wtlk-out
out Wtlk-out Food on the Only-.Dr Spot V,
In Tea Miles
Evansville, Ind., April 4 Extreme
conditions, of suffering resulting from
the Ohio flood are reported from
Uniontown, Ky., where the 1,400 inhab inhabitants
itants inhabitants of the town and 600 refugees
from the surrounding country districts
are huddled in the fair grounds on the
only dry spot In an area of ten miles
square. The people are without food
and have no house accommodations ex except
cept except the stalls of the fair grounds. Ihs
river at Uniontown is reported to; be
two feet over the 1S84 stage.

OPEN DAY AND NIGHT

Merchants' Cafe, A. C L depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches it
any hour. Ad.

SEND RELIEF .TO FLOOD
SUFFERERS BY EXPRESS

Don't forget that the Southern Ex Express,
press, Express, Company will send money or

FURNISHINGS FOR
LIGnT nOUSEKlEPIXG

I have for sale complete furnishings
for three rooms" for light housekeep housekeeping.
ing. housekeeping. Apply to A. E Bower, at Post of office
fice office Drugstore. 3-19-tf

WHY nE WAS LATE.

"What made you so late?"
"I met Smithson."
"Well that is no reason why you
should be an hour late getting home to
supper."
- "I know, but I asked him how he was

feeling, and he insisted on telling me
about his stomach trouble."
"Did you tell him to take Chamber Chamber-Iain's
Iain's Chamber-Iain's Tablets?"
"Sure, that is what he needs." Sold
by all Dealers. Adv.

WANTED Tp rent for two or tore
months, a small wall tent, large enough
for two. Address 'Shake, care tar.

-
DR. A, L. BLALOCK
I PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON

OFFICES OVER THE J
J COMMERCIAL BANK
DR. L. F. DLALOCH

; DENTAL SURGEON

: 'Phone 211 Ccsla, Ha.

T H DTTPiHC

J. X VJJLV Y 1U, II

8 DENTAL SURGEON.

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

Offices over Nashs
Dry Goods Store.

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ubALA cmunu dinn
Ulttlnger & Carroll Proprietors.
K. IL Carroll, Business Manager.
3. II. 1knjamln, Editor.
'Entered tn the postoffice at Ocala,
Kla.., as ireond class mall matter

IMIESIDK.VT HOLDS THE
PARTY. TO THE PROMISE

A special from Washington to the
New York World saya: President Wil Wilson
son Wilson has asserted his leadership of the
democratic party and began the fight
for tariff reform.
The president and Chairman Under Underwood
wood Underwood of the ways and means commit committee
tee committee conferred at the White House for
1 wo hours. Mr. Wilson told the major majority
ity majority leader that the bill prepared by the
democratic majority of the ways and
means committee was not a thoroughly
democratic bill and that it must be re rewritten
written rewritten in parts before. he would lend
it the backing of the administration.
President Wilson, since March 24th,
when the bill was laid before him for
inspection, discovered that the prom promise
ise promise of the party to reduce the cost of
living by putting the necessities of
life on the free list had not been car carried
ried carried out in the bill, and told Mr. Un Underwood
derwood Underwood that he would not accept it
because of that reason.
After a minute inspection of the bill
the president found that in most cases
there had been a genuine, honest ef effort
fort effort to take prohibitive rates off many
manufactured articles, especially the
products of trusts, and that the effort
had succeeded fairly.
When it came to the foodstuffs, Mr.
Wilson found there had been a sudden
change of front and that the policy of
a tariff for revenue only had jstopped
short. He showed Mr. Underwood that
there were evident signs of "log-rolling"
and trades throughout the sched schedules
ules schedules covering the necessities of life.
Mr. Wilson's examinat'on of .the bill
developed that the necessities of life of
the poor were the things which the
tariff makers had overlooked.
Mr. Underwood told the president
that he had done the best he could un under
der under the circumstances but that he had
been unable to hold the committee
when It came to interfering with the
products of the farmer. He told the
president he would gladly ;take the bill
back to the committee and ask for a
reconsideration.
The president reminded Mr. Under Underwood
wood Underwood that the democratic party already
had passed four tariff bills and sup supported
ported supported the Canadian reciprocity pact
and that the proposed cuts in the food foodstuffs
stuffs foodstuffs did not measure up with the Im Implied
plied Implied promises carried by the party Jn
its attitude on the reciprocity pact.
At the conclusion of the conference
Mr. Underwood assured the president
that he believed the committee would
do everything required to bring the
bill up to the standard outlined.-
The silk schedule has been so cut
that members of the committee are
satisfied that it will result in enough
importation to force American manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers to market ah article that
will stand up against foreign compe competition
tition competition or get out of business.
The woolen schedule has been cut
far enough to bring about a reduction
on American clothes or a steady influx
of foreign materials of better quality
at low prices.
The duty on felt has been reduced
far enough to scare the hat manufac manufacturers
turers manufacturers to such an extent that they are
swarming In Washington and making
strenuous efforts to bring pressure to
bear upon the president to save them.
Two copies of the tariff bill have
gone over the presses at the govern government
ment government printing office. The first print
shows that the committee, in the effort
to reduce the cost of living, placed on
the free list virtually every article
that goes to the dinner table. Under
the present law virtually no plain
foodstuffs enter the country In normal
years.
The second copy that went to the
printing office showed an entirely dif different
ferent different free list, so far as the foodstuffs
are concerned. Virtually all the most
important articles had been 'shifted
back to the dutiable list. In many
cases the rate was reduced greatly un under
der under the present tariff, but experts as assert
sert assert that such reductions are valualess
as a factor in the cost of living.
Between the times that the commit committee
tee committee voted upon the first bill and the
second, "pressure" had been brought to
bear by farmers and cattlemen. The
livestock men have been especially
active during the tariff campaign.
Many of them have been housed here
in hotels and have worked constantly
upon members of the House, who In

tjm have pressed members of the

ways and "means committee to recon

sider the first action.
Cattle, pigs, sheep and all oilier ani animals,
mals, animals, used for food were on the first
frea list. They were all put bark on
the dutiable list in the second bill. In
the first bill poultry of all sorts was
placed on the free list, but they have
been shifted back to the dutiable list.
Flay, straw, cowpeas, wheat, rye,
oats, barley, buckwheat and corn were
on the free list,, but they have been
taken from it and subjects to a duty.
In thl3 class everything that livestock
lives on and everything that enters
bread, pastry and other bakery pro products
ducts products were put back on the dutiable
list.
Every vegetable, from white potatoes
to cabbages, was on the free list, and
the same was true of virtually all the
fruits and lemons. The second bill
changed all this. All the products of
the creamery were on the free list, but
they have been removed. Oysters, fish
and lobsters suffered the same change.
All sorts of salted and prepared
meats were left on "the free list, as
were cereal products.
With the exception of the house housekeepers'
keepers' housekeepers' free list, the cuts in the tariff
bill are general and In many cases
drastic.

ENOUGH IS A PLENTY

Speaking of the work of Mr Flag Flagler,
ler, Flagler, the Jacksonville Metropolis says
of the east ccfast before his taking an
interest in Florida:
"Miami was a fishing hamlet, over
which waved the wild cocoanut palms,
and all around it lay regions of tropic
growth and tangle waiting access by
peasant and prince alike to make It the
paradise of the world Key West was
"thousands of miles from nowhere,"
and the traveler to Its island must
take a sea voyage equal to nearly half
a trip to Europe. For the rest of the
east Florida coast, there was nothing.
Nothing save the fertile wild lands, and
'jhe climate, and the sunshine."
The gentleman, who wrote the above
"t be a new comer to Florida. Befor 3
Flagler had any interest In the
?. there was a chain of prosperous
s all along the east coast, oc oc-"Y
"Y oc-"Y by thousands of people, who
aktns.a fairly good living, and,
to say, could send their pro pro-"
" pro-" irket at a much more reason

able rate than they can now. ilr.
Flagler has done much good, and is
entitled to praise, but the Star doubts
that he wants any exaggeration.

MItS. PHILLIP F. BROWN

Dr. D. M. Smith received the sad
news this morning from Mr. Phillip F.
Brown, at Blue Ridge Springs, Va.,
tha t Mrs. Brown, who has been sick
for a long time, passed away last eve evening.
ning. evening. Mrs. Brown, during her residence
here, while Mr. Brown was in charge
of the Ocala House years ago, became
known to many of our people, who will
receive this news with deep regrets
The -sympathy of his Ocala friends,
who will always pleasantly remember
the stay of Mr. Brown and his wife
among us. is t-xtende-i to the bereaved
husband.

It was reported here this afternoon
that Mr. Flagler died at his cottage at
West Palm Beach this morning.

A big cabbage on the rail by Mr.
Chambliss desk i3 attracting the at attention
tention attention of all visitors to the Munroe &
Chambliss Bank. It weighs seventeen
pounds now, but was much heavier
when cut from the stalk. It was rais raised
ed raised by Mr. Geo. W. Caruthers of Cole Coleman,
man, Coleman, and is one of the smallest in -his
crop, the big ones all being sold on
the trees.

The tenth annual report of the Chil Children's
dren's Children's Home Society of Florida, which
Is located in Jacksonville, has been is issued.
sued. issued. During the ten years of its ex existence
istence existence 1208 children have been cared
for, 6S6 of which entered the home
during the past year and they are, so
the report states, children of all de denominations,
nominations, denominations, children from tiny-babes
one day old to boys and girls of four fourteen
teen fourteen and a few older than that; child children
ren children who were homeless, orphan, aban abandoned,
doned, abandoned, neglected, abused, crippled,
blind, deaf, diseased, emaciated and
sick unto death, children who have
been saved from death, disease, crime,
vice, sin, poverty and pain and who
will become the future citizens of our
great state your successors and ours.
The home is supported by contribu contributions
tions contributions made by various friends, sixty sixty-two
two sixty-two of whom live in Ocala. Ocala has
also sent four of the children. If any
one cares to make a donation to this
most worthy cause send it to Mr. R. V.
Covington, treasurer, Children's Home
Society of Florida, room 6, board of
trade building, Jacksonville.

Sir Thomas Lipton, undaunted by the
refusal of the New York Yacht Club to
accept the conditions he proposed in
his recent challenge for the America's
cup, has decided to Issue an uncondi unconditional
tional unconditional challenge.

Mrs. Emmeline Pankhur3t, the leader
of the British suffragettes, has been
found guilty and sentenced to three
years penal servitude, at. the Old
Bailey sessions, on the charge of in inciting
citing inciting persons to commit damage.

Miss Ethel, daughter of Colonel
Roosevelt, was married today at her
parents' home at Oyster Bay to" Dr.
Richard Derby of New York. '

"McCraney Children,' amateurs, five
reels, Temple tonight. Adv.

J, E. GHAGE
DEN T A L S U RGE ON
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Holder Block. V
OCALA FLORIDA
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J. H. BfONSON

Real Estate and Investment

BROKER.

Ocala, Florida.

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Store.

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Ocala, Fla.

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AY IMPORTANT MEASURE

To be Submitted to the Legislature by
the State Chamber of Commerce
The secretary of the Oeala Board of
Trade has received the. following from
Mr. H. IL Richardson, secretary of the
State Chamber of Commerce:
Jacksonville, April Z, 1913.
Dear Sir: Our legal advisers have
prepared the attached bills to be pre presented
sented presented to the Florida legislature next
week, whereby at two-mill tax may be
levied by cities and counties for pub publicity
licity publicity work, such money to be expend expended,
ed, expended, for Instance, in the preparation of
authoritative, descriptive booklets set setting
ting setting forth the opportunities of cities
and counties, .which can be distributed
by the commercial bodies of the state,
thus saving a great deal of money to
the organizations and placing in their
hands literature which will bear the
stamp of county and city authorities
something we have all needed for a
long time. Will you please bring this
very important matter at once to the
attention of your county representa representatives
tives representatives and senators, urging them to
present the bills and secure their pas passage?
sage? passage? Very truly yours.
State Chamber of Commerce,
By H. H. Richardson, Sec'y.
Following is the text of the bill:
A bill to. be entitled an act to "au "authorize
thorize "authorize cities and towns to levy a spe special,
cial, special, tax for publicity purposes.
Section 1. And city or town in this
state is hereby authorized to levy a
special tax not to exceed two mills,
upon the real and personal property
therein, to be assessed and collected as
other city and town taxes are assessed
and collected, for the purpose of -giving
publicity to the advantages, facil facilities
ities facilities and product'ons of such munici municipality.
pality. municipality. ; -

AMTSEMEXTS
Amateur, McCraaey Children, Fire
Reels, Temple Toalght
Tonight is the big night at the Tem Temple
ple Temple and remember to get here early
and see the whole of the big show.
Amateurs tonight, and among them
the "cutest" team we have had yet, the
MeCraney children in cute songs. If
you missed them before, don't miss
them tonight. And the pictures! Well,
say, folks, you have got to go some to
beat our pictures, features or Tegular
service, the latest in everything-' "Un-

I til We Three Meet Again," our L-ubin
picture in two reels, is only an infant,

just 28 days old, brand new, and tells
a story that will just make you wish
there were three reels. Three boys,
their separation, their progress in life
and their meeting as hkj. Doesn't
that sound good. An 1 taen comes one
of those western features, "The
Whispered Word," turned out by the
Vitagraph Co., who seldom turn out
westerns, but when they do, it's some
western. Xow, of course, you all like
a good laugh, so next comes two
crackerjack comedies, "She Must
Elope," the story of an old maid who
is just dying to elope, it's so romantic,
and "A Little Rose," another side side-splitter.
splitter. side-splitter. The Temple orchestra in pop popular
ular popular selections. Now what do you think
of that show, folks? Can you beat it,
not with a drum. Doors open 6:20,
prices, 5 and 10 cents. Matinee tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, 3 to 5, 5 and 10 cents.

FIRE SALE TOMORROW

Commencing tomorrow, Saturday,
April 5th, Mr. Fred Pezullo, manager,
will open up a genuine fire sale in the
C XL Gaines stand in the Ocala House
block near the Western Union Tele Telegraph
graph Telegraph Company.
This sale will last until Monday
night, and will be a genuine fire sale
no discount on that. Mr. Pezzullo has
bought the stock from Mr Gaines and
the insurance adjusters for almost a
song. There Is some damaged goods
but most of the stock that will be of offered
fered offered is entirely unharmed by either
fire, smoke or water, and will be sold
at real bargains.
There are nearly a thousand pairs of
shoes in the stock, which must go at
fire sale prices, but the shoes are as
good in every respect as when they
came from the factory. Shirts, under underclothing,
clothing, underclothing, notions, hosiery, etc., in per perfect
fect perfect condition. You will get the goods
practically at your own prices. The
page advertisement in this issue will
give you an idea of the great bargains.

ITCHING, FIERY, RAW ECZEMA
RELIEVED IX A FEW MINUTES

Yes, an itching, burning, raw, Irri Irritated,
tated, Irritated, skin relieved the moment Zemo
touches it. Zemo Is a clean, soothing,
healing wash, composed of thymol,
glycerine, witch hazel, boric acid and
other medicinal healing properties.
Zemo relieves and cures every form
of skin and scalp eruption, and if you
are not entirely satisfied with 'results
from the very first 25-cent bottle,
druggists will refund your money.
Large size bottle $1. Endorsed and
sold in Ocala by the Court Pharmacy.
Zemo' Is prepared by E. W. Rose Med Medicine
icine Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo., and their
guarantee is as good as gold. Ad.

Shoe polish. We nave anything you
need for shoes in stock at the Court
Pharmacy. Adv.

"McCraney Children," amateur, five
reeln, Temple tonight. Adv.

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

If you eat something which disagrees
with you, don't let it work its own way
through. It's a slow process and
makes you feel bad. Get rid of It
quickly by taking a dose of HERBINE.
It drives out Impurities In the stomach
and bowels and you feel better immedi immediately.
ately. immediately. Price 50 cents. Sold by all
dealers. Adv.

Ladies, have your dresses, gloves
and plumes dry cleaned by J. S. Crom Cromer,
er, Cromer, phone 451. 3-6-tf

VELVET BEANS FOR SALE
100 bushels of velvet beans for sale
at $1.50 f. o. b. Ocala. Address box
398, Ocala, Fla. 4-2-tf dw

. Are you going away? It will pay you
to buy your trunk, bag or suit-case
now, while I am offering them at very
low prices to reduce stock. Big allow allowance
ance allowance made for your old bag, suit-case
or trunk, taken In on the purchase of
a new one. Must reduce the stock.
Why Pay More? B. Goldman. Adv.

Three Meet Again," Temple tonight.
IHjtr two-reel feature, "Until We

Don'tbe surprised if you have an at attack
tack attack of rheumatism th's spring. Just
rub the affected parts freely with
Chamberlain's Liniment and. it will
60on disappear. For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Adv.

Are you going away? It will pay you
to buy your trunk, bag or suit-case
now, while I am offering them at very
low prices to reduce stock. Big allow allowance
ance allowance made for your old bag, suit-case
or trunk, taken in on the purchase of
a new one. Must reduce the stock.
Why Pay More? B. Goldman. Adv.

"McCraney Children,"" amateurs, five
reel, Temple tonight. Adv.

For rheumatism you will find noth nothing
ing nothing better than Chamberlain's Lini Liniment.
ment. Liniment. Try it and see how quickly it
gives relief. For sale by all deal dealers.
ers. dealers. Adv.

WORLD'S ALMANAC AT BALLARD'S
New 1913 World's Almanac, Just re received;
ceived; received; 25 cents at Ballard's News Newsstand.
stand. Newsstand. Adv.

DRAY FOR GENERAL DELIVERY

Mr. A. S. Burgess nas 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.

Most disease comes from genua. Kill
the germs and 5'ou kill d'sease. Con Con-key's
key's Con-key's Nox-i-Cide mixed with water, is
cheap and effective. For poultrymen.

jstockmen and housekeepers. ; Guaran

teed by Ocala Seed Store. tues-frlAdv

Three Meet Again," Temple tonight,
liljt two-reel feature, "I'ntll We

Moose meet Thursday evening.

FOR BURNS, BRUISES AND SORES

The quickest and surest cure for
burns, bruises, boils, sores, inflamma inflammation
tion inflammation and all skin biseases is Bucklin's
Arnica Salve. In four days it cured L
II. Haflin, of Iredell, Tex., of a sore on
his ankle which pained him so he could
hardly walk. Should be in every
house. Only : 25 cents. Recommended
by Tydings & Co. Adv.

I am overstocic-3d on trunks, suit suitcases
cases suitcases and bags and am'making special
efforts to reduce the stock ry cutting
the prices way down. Why Pay More?
B. Goldman. Adv. 4-3-4td ltw

Three Meet Aealn," Temple tonight.
BiK two-reel feature, "Until We
I am overstocked on trunks, suit suitcases
cases suitcases and bags and am making special
efforts to reduce the stock" by cutting
the prices way down. Why Pay More?
B. Goldman. Adv 4-3-4td ltw.

BEAD, THIS
The Texas Wonder cures kidney-, and
bladder trouble, removing gravel,
cures diabetes, w?ak and lame backs,
rheumatism and all irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder In both men
and women. Regulates bladder trou troubles
bles troubles in children. If not sold by your
druggist, will be sent by mail on re receipt
ceipt receipt of $1. 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, 20136 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo.
Sold by all druggists. Ad.

SITUATION WANTED

Trained nurse 25 years, orphan girl,
would like position as companion and
helper to middle-aged couple In their
home. Small compensat'on, object,
home. Address X. Y. Z Star office.

A large crowd was out at the Tem Temple
ple Temple Theater last night to see the ex excellent
cellent excellent pictures and to aid the flood
sufferers. The pictures were' of the
best and thd orchestra gave some spe special
cial special music which was greatly enjoyed.

If I cannot-satisfy you now In a
trunk, bag or suit case no one else can.
I have a large variety at very attrac attrac-ive
ive attrac-ive prices. Must reduce the stock. You
will soon be taking a trip supply
yourself now. Why Pay -More? B.
Goldman. Adv. 4-3-4td ltw

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OFFICE HOURS
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Rooms 2-6 Gary Building, Ocala. Fla

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Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
and Specifications mad. Lands sur surveyed
veyed surveyed and platted. Ciose estimates
made on erection of buildings of any
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We have been telling Star readers about our service, and inviting
their patronage.
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we really had something above the average to offer you.
That "Something" is such interested interest in our customer's busi business
ness business that it results to them in dollars and cents. :
But all we can do is to tell you about it. The personal benefit to you
comes only when you give us an opportunity.

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WEATHER REPORT

Fair, southwest wind. wind.-llinlmum
llinlmum wind.-llinlmum temperature.
Maximum, 88 degrees.
Average, 50 decrees.

8 degrees.

WEATHER FORECAST

Generally fair weather except show showers
ers showers in extreme north portion tonight
or Saturday.

levy cocxrr locals.

(Bronson Times Democrat.)
J. F. Taylor has moved his family
back to Bronson from Meredith.
J. J. ATllls of Montbrook was in town
one day last week. Mr. Wills lost his
drug store by the recent fire, and in informed
formed informed us that the loss had been ad adjusted
justed adjusted by the insurance people, and it
is his intention to rebuild at once.
S. B. Rain of Cedar Key was in town
Saturday and made this office a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant call. Mr. Rain told of his remark remarkable
able remarkable catch of a sword Ssh that was 14
feet in length, with a sword three and
one-half feet Ion?. The fish was
caught one mile west of Black Point,
and when it is stated that the liver
weighed 40 pounds, an idea of its size
can be had. Sword fish, like snakes,
swallow their young for protection,
and the stomach of this one when cut
open, contained six live fish each two
and one-half feet long, and forty eggs.
Mr. Rain, who is an experienced fisherman,-
says it was a curiosity.

DIKE -THE- DOCTOR'S

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When you pay a doctor for a skill
value for your money. If the medicine
that it should be you ase the loser. It
tents of your prescription be fresh and
that your doctors orders are carefully
us to be filled and they will be compo
what's more we offer yoa the same p
tomers have beec enjoying right along.

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that you get on his orders Is not all
is of supreme Importable that the con con-reliable
reliable con-reliable Just as It is of importance
followed. Bring your prescriptions to
tinded from fresh, reliable drugs. And
rompt and polite service that our cus cus-Try
Try cus-Try ua with the next prescription.

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The remains of the High-Grade Merchandise, slightly damaged by FIRE, SMOKE and
WATER, of G. U. Gaines, on March 17th, 1913, will be sacrificed at prices which will re re-main
main re-main in the Bargain History of Ocala forever.
x We must vacate in a few days. The entire stock must go at any price offered. We
have no time to wait, it must go. .:

Men's Crawford Shoes,
I $4.00 and $4.50 values for.

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$5.50, S6.00 and $7.00 values for

Men's Ang. Wright Shoes,
.$4.00, $4.50 and $5,00 values for

Men's Elk Work Shoes,
$2.50 and $3.00 grade for

Men's Heavy Work Shoes,
values, $2.00 to $3.00, for

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ARROW COLLARS,

Fixtures and other Stock not mentioned, to go at any
reasonable offer.

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burns; scalds, wounds, sores lumbago,
rheumatism, or neuralgia Is BAI BAI-L.11D'S
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a complete cure. Price 25c, 50c and $1
per bottle. Sold by all drugrgists. Ad.

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erica, meet3 In Yonge's Hall on the
r.d Thursday, evening of .each
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Hot and Cold Running: Water mad
Telephone la Rooms. Elevator
Service
- Corner Bay and Hogan streets, one
block from postoffiee. Street cars
from Union Station and all steamers
pass the door.

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ure? failure? If you are thinking success, you MUST begin by
banking some money, because MONEY IS THE KEY
TO SUCCESS. It will enable you to grasp a good
business chance; it will give you better standing and
fetter credit in your community,
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We ray 1 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts

lllfl IGUBES

Undertaker Smltn, ptiones 10 and 94.

Icy-Hot bottles at the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. Ad-

Mr. V. O. Luffman of Sparr wag at
the Harrington last night.

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

Deputy Sheriff Pulliam of Reddick
was at the Ocala House last night.

Mr. H. W. Tucker made a business
trip to Floral City today.

McCraaey Children, amateurs, live
reel, Temple tonight. Adv.

Mr, R. A. Alfred of Port Inglis was
in the city today.

Mr. Holmes Walters is able to be out
and among hia friends again.

Clocks of all kinds aud at all prices.
A. EL Burnett. Ad.

Mr. and Mrs. G, A, Adams of Ruston,
La., are at the Ocala House.

IF. E. McCLANE,:M. O
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES

THE Dr. J'CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL
AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
OCALA, FLORIDA,
.PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr. McClane's Residence, No. 407,
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder Block, Southwest Corner Public Square.

Beck's hard water soap, ten cents

per calt. Court Pharmacy. Adv.

Mr, Robert Marsh Is temporarily In

charge of the street force.

SIX ROOM COTTAGE FOll RENT

Apply to Mrs. R. P. Fuller. 1-5

Mr, Baxter Cam answered the tele telephone
phone telephone today and said he was feeling
One.

Pearl tooth brushes are sold at

Oerlgs Drug Stores at 2ac. and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Ad.

Season's latest styles and ladies' a.nd
misses' ready to wear dresses at Rhein Rhein-auer's.
auer's. Rhein-auer's. Ad.

State Pure Pood Inspector A. P. Jor Jordan
dan Jordan of Punta Gorda is in the city, a
guest of the Ocala House.

SOOt WILL HATE
FmST CLASS SERVICE

Telepfctfae Coutpaay II a 3!aterial fo
.411 ImproTc-meata tin Hand aid WW
Iastall Faat a Possible.
The new switchboard of the Ocala
Telephone Co. has been installed, test tested
ed tested out and turned over to the company.
Five hundred of the new telephones
arrived today, with thirty-six thousand
feet of wire for wiring homes.
Monday the company will begin installing-
the new phones. This-is a
very tedious part of the nt w exchange,
it will take several weeks to make
the change and the service will be
more or less interfered with. The com company
pany company asks Its subscribers to assist it
in this work. When completed the
service will be first class and the sys system
tem system the best in the state of Florida.
The public generally is invited to come
and inspect the new office and tele telephone
phone telephone plant.

SUNDAY

AT THE
METHODIST CHURCH

Following the suggestions which
have come to me. privately and thru
the local press, that I preach on some
subject affecting the health and happi happiness
ness happiness of our people, I will preach at 11
a. m. on the subject: "Our Bodies a
Temple for the Holy Spirit." At night
the theme will be: "Municipal House
Cleaning." At the morning hour I
will attempt to show from the scrip scriptures:
tures: scriptures: 1. Why the Holy Spirit seeks to oc occupy
cupy occupy a place in our bodies.
2. How we can make it possible for
him to enter and abide with us.
3. Why it should be our studied and
constant aim to have him do so.
Under the discussion, "Municipal
House Cleaning," for the evening, I
desire to call attention to the fact
that a clean city is composed of clean
citizens, whatever conditions exist do
so by virtue of the preference of its
citizens. J. B. Ley.

EXCELLENT LITTLE
COMPANY OF AMATEURS

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

Three Meet Aarala," Temple tonight.
Ill's two-reel feature, "Until We

Marshal S. C. M. Thomas and Mr,
Y. Pratt ofrunnelldn were at
Ocala House tasunight.
!

Stop poughins by using Cherry Bark
Cqugh Syrup. Sold only at the Rexall
Stores. Ad.

Ocala's clever little boy and girl
company gave a fine performance at
the Temple last night. They had a good
play and rendered it exceedingly well.
They had Quite a fair-sized audience,
tho not as large as they deserved.

The company adopted the name of

the Thalian Club, which was suggested
by Professor Looney, than whom no
one in the city is better posted on
classical literature.
As proof positive that the Thalians

the!have nmde a hit, they left this after

noon to play at Dunnellon tonight, the
engagement having been made on ac

count of their clever acting,

ill 11 IJ1S

If you have any Items for this de department,
partment, department, call Phone 106.

N.

A Rose Parly ..
--'A delightful social event of the week
was the pretty informal rose party at
which Mrs. Lester Warner entertained
about twenty of her, friends this after afternoon
noon afternoon at her home on South Lime street.
This party was especially planned for
the hostess' house guest and cousin,
Mrs. Ingram, of Michigan, who is en enjoying
joying enjoying her first visit to the Land of
Flowers. ,...,-.,--,'
" Mrs;WT A. Jeffcoat received her
mother's guests at the front door and
in the parlor Mrs. Warner and Mrs.
Ingram received, and assisting" in en entertaining
tertaining entertaining were Mrs. Fred Robinson,
Mrs. L. F. Blalock, Mrs. Charles
Schneider and Mrs. B. H. Seymour.
The hall, parlor, dining room and
piazza, where Misses Edith Williams
and Lucile Robinson served refreshing
iee cold fruit punch, were artisticallv
decorated with many fragrant roses
and quantities of feathery fern. Dur During
ing During the hours sweet and melodious
strains of music came forth from the
piano and violin, presided over by Miss
Mary Connor and Miss Lilly Bailey.
When little booklets with the covers
adorned with hand-painted pink roses,
the work of Mrs. Jeffcoat, were given
out, the following clever contest was
found and the questions and answers
were in keeping with the rose idea:
What kind of rose should- be
shunned? Prim rose. What rose is a
beverage? Tea rose. What rose is the
name of a country? La France. What
rose is a perfume? White rose. What
rose has a military title and a boy's
name? Mareschalniel. What rose should
be handled with gloves? Briar rose.
What rose is the principal feature at
weddings? Bridal rose. What rose is
a wanderer? Crimson rambler. What
roses were famous in history? War of
roses. What rose should Americans
admire most? American beauty. What
rose is a vegetable? Cabbage. What
rose is the wife of a president? Martha
Washington. What rose bears evidence
of age? Moss.

And to further carry out the idea,
two prizes, a very pretty vase for roses
and a bottle of rose perfuse, were giv

en arer the contest, wniie the ladies
were enjoying the delightful ice course
of cream and cake.
Those enjoying the afternoon with
Mrs. Warner and her cousin, were,' be besides
sides besides the ones assisting, Mrs. G. K.
Williams and guest, Mrs. Bower, Mrs.
W. S. Bullock, Mrs. C. R. Tydings, Mrs.
P. E. McClane, Mrs. J. H. Dunn. Mrs.
F. E. Harris. Mrs. W. Hocker, Mrs. S.

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This bank co-operates with depositors in
development of their business in every way
consistent with good banking.
The same attention is given to large and
small accounts.

THE

OCAL

NATIONAL

BANK

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CAPITAL FULL PAID IN T5,ei.
H. D. STOKES. Cashir.
EDWAKD3, Pres. CLARENCE CAMP, Vic Pre.

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were $127, nearly all clear gain, and
all of which will go to the hospital.
The young folks gave a parade this
afternoon when they started for Dun Dunnellon.
nellon. Dunnellon. They were in two cars, the

j girls dressed as red cross nurses and

Pickar4'i fine hand-painted china atlthe boys wearing the uniforms of the

i nospuat corps. aney auracien uiucu
I attention and favorable comment. The
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cars were cuaperuneu uj .rs. ui ecu
and Mrs. Moorhead,
Everybody who attended last night's
performance praises the young, per-

Deputy Charles Smith left today for:

DeLand, to take a state prisoner to
headquarters.

Burnett, the jeweler's. Ad.

Rheinauer's is the place to find the
hes makes and most popular price of
ladles' and children's shoe. Ad.

Ttommcp

Beck's hard water soap, ten cents

per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.

Mr. Passut, steward at the Harrlng

ton, and his family expect to leave tor
Nw York In a few days.

"id)

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Engineer Trammell after a few days

vacation is again holding the throttle

on Sunny; Jim.

t HYm TircXT Furnished rooms in

modern home, for coupli or two young

men. With board or without. Phone

378. 3-21-tf

Judge Bullock returned this morning

from Tavares, where he has been hold

ing court.

No

Waste, No Worry,

What You Want For
Each Meal.

Get

Gentlemen, have your suits, hats

and neckties dry cleaned by one who

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

Mr. OttoC. Butterweck, the Brooks-

ville optometrist, is In the city con consulting
sulting consulting with his colleague, Dr. D. M.
I Money. He is a guest of the Harring

ton.

The receipts from the performance T. Sistrunk, Mrs. R. B. Bullock, Mrs. R.

L. Anderson, Mrs. H. Davis, Mrs.
Van Hood, Mrs. Strunk, Mrs. H. A."
Kramer,
EBKagement Anaonuced
One morning recently at her home,
No 50 Munn Ave., East Orange, N. J.,

Miss Edna A. Cushing, gave a koffee'

klatcb at which time she announced
her engagement to Mr. vNlel Alexander
Weathers
Miss Cushing is the daughter of Mrs.
d. W. B. Cushing oi East Orange, and
is a young woman of tie most lovable
characteristics. Sh,4 h&s visited Ocala
several times and the announcement
awakens the most pleasurable interest
of friends. 1
Mr. Weathers is .the eldest son of
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers. He was

born in Ocala and grew to manhood
here, receiving his early education in
our excellent public school, from which
he was graduated and received his

diploma' in 1892. About ten years ago

Mr. Weathers went to New York City,
where he now resides and Is a lawyer

of standing and ability.

The many- friends at his old home
extend congratulations and all good

wishes.

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 CUSTOM-ERS
ERS CUSTOM-ERS GOOD HARDWARE FORTHEIR GOOD MONEY.

formers, and all were much pleased
With the excellent music by Fishel's
orchestra, I

THE TOOTHACHE PICTURE

This instructive, interesting and
amusing picture show was given at

the Temple theater 'this afternoon and
enjoyed By practically all of the teach teachers
ers teachers and pupils of the primary and high
school. The management of the Tem

ple are to be commended for their pub public
lic public spirit and deserve liberal patronage
of the citizens of Ocala for giving to

the children of tne town absolutely
free this educational and helpful en entertainment.
tertainment. entertainment. The pictures were explained by Dr.
M. C. Izlar, one of our brightest and
most progressive young dentists. The,
film will be shown tonight in connec connection
tion connection with the regular program. Give
the Temple a full house.

Bf. FISHEL & SOX

Bonless Ham
Cold Boiled Ham
Fresh Pork Sausage

Boiled Ox Tongue
Sliced DriecJ Beef
Frankfurter Sausage

We have had a great many requests

from our customers and friends to
continue our sale for a few days
longer to enable them to take advant-

Call nhona No. 284 for your quick age or our low prices. mey ot av

delivery service when in need of drugs, ing been able to come to Ocala on ac-

nresrrlntlons or toilet articles. Adv. count oi being ousy wun meir crops

Mien IlobinMon Entertained the Clnb

Ten members of the Young Ladies'

Auction Club met with Miss Fanny

Robinson this afternoon for their
weekly play and enjoying the hours

with them were the" hostess two sis

ters-in-law, Mrs. Emmett Robinson
and Mrs. Etta Robinson. Another guest

at this delightful meeting was sweet

little Miss Lucile McKeown Robinson.

At the conclusion of the games a
half hour was spent enjoying a most
delightful repast of fruit salad, waf

ers, olives, orange ice and cakes, dur-

Llttle Charlie Brooklyn's condition mem ana consequently we wwi cu-

shows a slight improvement today. All tinue our gigantic reaucuon saie ior

the other patients at the hospital are ""'b- 6'cl

We have decided to accommodate ng which time scores were added and

i convalescing

German Salomi Sausage Bologna Sausage;
Liver Sausage Boneless Pigs Feet
Philadelphia Cream Cheese
Swiss Cheese Roquefort Cheese
Pimento Cheese Camembert Cheese

many unusual bargains.

Fishel's.

Come now to

With its handsome new fountain in

operation, the Anti-Monopoly Drug Drugstore
store Drugstore is more of a favorite resort than
ever, and is doing a big business in ice
cream and cold drinks.

MeCraney Children,"

reel Temple tonight.

amntearn, Ave
Adv.

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Are you going away? It will pay you

to buy your trunk, bag or suit-case

TWk'a hard water soan. ten cents now, wnue l am oreermg mcu ai vi

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per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv. Mow prices io reuuee

ance maae ior your oiu uag, suu-tase

Th xnHntv Indtre has laid aside the or trunK, tanen m on me purcnase oi

vi, i ,huh ntrtoc f!a new one. -Must reauce me slock.

i marriage licenses have been made for Why Pay More? B. Goldman. Adv.

the last eight years and purchased a

new one. The first entry in license

the usual club prize given.

Mr. Emmett Robinson returned last

night from Bushnell.

The friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. N
Goodwin will regret to learn of Mrs

fioodwln's continued illness at their

home in Orlando.

recorded in it was to Julius Hesper and JJ C3I1S VflD CaiUp'S SODD

i waie tmun, coiorea, Aug. ii, ivvo.

OCALA,

Phones 16-174

FLORIDA

Mr, Peyton Bailey is now running

one of the autoes for public use in the

city and vicinity. He is a careful and

skillful driver, can take anyone
where they want to go and bring them

home again.

OTEL

JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST

AND

FLORIDA'S LARGEST AMD BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL ;

- TiT, cases can b
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or

Sister to.
HOME HOTEL OF-THE STATF
RAXES
AMERICAN PLAN $4.00 PER DAY AND UPWARD
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 PER DAY AND UPWARD

A. F. IVIIS0N. Ass'J Mgr. TB0S. U. WILSON, Prop, and Mgr

JACKSONVILLE FLA.

A slca negro from Hawthorne ar

rived in Ocala yesterday afternoon. He

was on his way, he said, to Brooksville,
to stay with his sister, but stopped to
see an Ocala physician, who gave him

some advice and a prescription and
told him to go on to Brooksville on the

night train. Instead of doing so, the

man remained in Ocala, and tried to
return to Dunnellon this morning on

A. C. I train No. 10. The conductor.

however, wouldn't allow him on the

train, and he left the station, almost

too sick to walk. It was a matter of

considerable difficulty and not a little
personal Inconvenience to some people

o look after him. One of the imper

ative needs of Ocala, as a city and

county seat, is a place where such

cases can be cared ior in an emerg

than once, impecunious

tricken down with what

might have been contagious diseases,
have been saved from dying on the

streets by charitable and courageous

people, who may not be on hand in

time to care for the next case. It is
not advisable to rush such people to

the hospltaL There should be a fund

and a place provided by the city and

county together at once. It is almost
Impossible to rent any accommodations

for such cases, and a lot should be

bought and arranged so that a suita

ble structure ean be erected on it. Not
only humanity, but public safety de

mands this.

25c

V beans.. ..25c
" Hominy 25c

" Mince Ilea! 25c
" Sunbeam shrimp .... 25c
lb Soda 5c

small flat Salmon. 35c

"large" M -30c
" tall Salmon... 30c
Argo large Salmon 45c
" Ocean Gem tall" ... 2Cc
TRY OUR
Hotel Astor Coffee
SOMETHING FINE
40 cts. per Pound
LORD CALVERT
STEEL CUT COFFEE
49 cts. per Pound

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Miss Settle Wrav Mclver. who is

visitinsr relatives at Columbia, S. C.

has been on a very delightful auto

mobile tour to Sumter with her uncle

and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wray
Miss Mclver will return home nex

week.

Mrs. Albert Miller is the guest of her

sister-in-law, Mrs. Howard Walters,
having arrived yesterday from her
home in Kansas City.

Marion Ma

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Phone 118.

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OCALA

FLORIDA

and Messrs. O. B. llowse, James Pyles,

X. D. McArthur and W. B. Gallagher.

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j .ir. ana jars, xvicimru n. nau

take Weir were at the Harrington

last night. Mr. Pratt is president or

the Lake Weir Sand Company, and a
much liked young man both at the
lake and in Ocala. lie went to

Charleston early this week, and in that

city Wednesday Miss Ferguson, one of

South Carolina's lovely daughters, be

came his bride. Mr. and Mrs. Pratt

went on to their Lake Weir home this.

afternoon. i

A Successful
SPECIALIST

RELIEF, FOR THE AFFLICTED

OI'K.V MEETING AT THE

WOMAN'S CLtB TOMORROW

Considering the vital importance of

the subject of the club meeting to-
. 7 3 .1

morrow anernoon, we nave ueiiuru w

invite every woman in Ocala to hear
Dr. Van Hood's annual report as pres

ident of the City Board of Health, and

the address of Dr. Ellen Lowell Stev-
V A V. A C rt

ens on eugenics, a suojeci uw is

national importance and upon which
thinking men and women are now very
intent. Mrs. Jack Camp.
President Ocala Woman's Club.

If He Can't Cure You He Will Tell
You So.

FOURTH VISIT TO OCAIA

AT THE OCALA HOUSE
Wednesday, April 24 th.

WOTIIKH FIXE IlESinnCK

SOOX TO UK IIII1T

Mr. L. N. Green is having a deep
well driven and has contracted for the
material for a fine residence on Green

Park, which will be another improve

ment for the second" ward.

AKATIIEMID -V SOCIETY

CARI-TMAS
GO.

Three Meet Agrmln," Temple tomlffbf.

Rl two-reel feature. TJtlI We

PHONE 163

Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle has closed
her school at Kendrlck and is home for
the summer.
m
Mrs. C. F. Benjamin lefX this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Atlanta to visit her sister,
Miss Annie Sharpe for a week. She
will be joined at Tifton by Rev. Ben Benjamin,
jamin, Benjamin, who went to Live Oak yester

day on business and after tneir visit
to Atlanta, Rev. Benjamin will return
to their home at Alexandria Bay, N. T.,

and Mrs. Benjamin will visit in Clnci Clnci-nattl
nattl Clnci-nattl before going home.

Miss Shelly Souter is the guest of

her aunt, Miss Fanny Clark.

Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Hampton and Mr.

and Mrs. Jack Rents left for an auto

mobile tour this morning, n the for

mer's car, their destination being St
Augustine.

Misses Hope Robinson and Muriel

Bittinger went to Welrsdale this aft

ernoon to be the week end guests of
Miss Emma van Zandt. Tonight they

will attend the dance to be given at

the yacht club.

Messrs. Tom Pasteur, R. M. Curtis,

Ernest Crook and several others will
go down to attend the yacht club dance

tonight.

Mr. and Mrs. L I. Strong have moved

into their new and pretty bungalow

on Ranches street.
-.

The following happy people are hav having
ing having a good time at "Heartsease," Mr.

Howse's sylvan residence near Silver

Springs run today: Mr. and Mrs. T. H.
Johnson, Misses Alice Bullock, Ethel
and Lola McCIure and Ophie Sawtell,

The Agatherldan Society held its
regular meeting this afternoon. After
the minutes of the preceding meeting
had been read an approved the fol following
lowing following program was rendered:

Subject: Civil T ar.
Song, by school.
Essay, Early Political Differences

Between the North and tne ioum

Carlton Irvln.

Essay, Influences of Environment in

the North and the South Katie May

Eagleton. t

Essay. Secession and Preparation for

War VIvienne Eycleshimer.

Piano solo Theo Wallls.

Essay, Early Campaigns In the East

and West Sam Burford.

Orat'on. Robert E. Lee; His Abilfty

as a Commander Avalte Edwards.

: Easav. The Decisive Battles Ruby

Fausett.

Grady's New South Robert Clark-

son.

Paper.

After the reports of the critic? there

being no further business to come be before
fore before the' house, the society adjourned

to meet again April 11.

Dr. Farrow has certainly done al almost
most almost wonders for the great numbers
who have consulted him and started
treatment. The one subject most dis

cussed among the many chronic suf

ferers is how Dr. Farrow has been

able to do them ?o much good when

others have failed numerous times to
even relieve. So many have been ben benefited
efited benefited that there Is the utmost confi

dence reposed in what this doctor tell
his patients. Even tha most skeptical
are convinced, as the many being cured

have satisfied them that he is a doc-

to to be relied upon and is not like the
many who have visited this cfty and
have called themselves specialists.

whtn In reality they were only im-

poaters looking for people's money.

Dr. Farrow Is considered by many

rormer patients among Americas
leading stomach and nerve specialists.

and is an expert in the treatment of
chronic diseases.

According to his system no more-

operations for appendicitis, gall stones.

tumors, goitre or certain forms of can

cer. He was among the first In Amer America
ica America to earn the name of "Bloodless

Surgeon" by doing away with the

knife, with blood and with all pain in

the successful treatment of these dan

gerous diseases.

If you have K1DNET. OR BLADDER

Mrs. H.' M. Hampton U the proud

. tftt

Dossessor or a nanasome new

iriidson automobile. Th's car was sold

by the Florida Auto Sales Company

Messrs. Pyles & Son, owners of tbelTROUBLJ3 brfnsr a two-ounce bottle of

above company, have also just sota air.

J. L. Smoak of Falrhela a new uerre-'

shoff touring car.

I will allow you as much for your
old trunk, bag or suit-case as I will

get for. it, when you buy a new one, in

order to reduce stock. Wh7 Pay More?

B. Goldman. Adv. 4-3-4td Itw

If T cannot satisfy you now in a

trunk, bag or suit-case no one 2se can.

I have a large variety at very attrac-

ive prices. Must reduce the stock. You

will soon be taking a trip supply

ervnrlf now. Why Pay More? B.

Goldman. Adv. 4-3-4td ltw

your urine for chemical and micro microscopical
scopical microscopical analysis.
DEAFNESS has also been cured In
sixty days.
No matter what your ailment may
be, no matter what others have tol ;
you, no matter what experience y'.. ..
may have had with other ,'nlivslci ips

it will be to your advantage to
him at once. Have it forever f'"

in your mind. If your case

ble he will give you

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Also in 10c tin

Polly's breakfast hour is seven;
So each morning at eleven,
Mother says "A nice, warm drink
Will do Polly good, I think."
RONA is the drink for Polly,
And she shares it with her dolly.
Up speaks "Hans Across The Sea,"
"It's a dandy drink!" says he.

tie wmm of springtim
MEANS THE COMING OF MANY OTUER THINGS

and things that you will need and which you will
buy, and we have them waiting for you. The big biggest,
gest, biggest, best line in the country. Just look at this
list of the few things we now have in stockf
Refrigerators Porch Furniture
Ice Cream Freezers Matting snd Crex Regs
Lawn Mowers Big Porch Rockers

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South Lake Weir. April 3. Rev. E.
C. Albertson preached a very interest interesting
ing interesting sermon last Sunday and will
preach again April 6, at 3 o'clock. All
are cordially invited to attend.
Mrs. Nathan Mayo and Mrs. Potter

from Summerfield passed through herejjn

last Thursday enroute for Eustis and

were Joined by Mrs. C. S. Gates of thl3

(place. They went to the postmasters'

Y i convention in Eustis, returning Satur

day noon. They made the-trip in Mr.
Mayo's automobile and report a fine
time.
Mrs. C. S. Hall returned to make Mr.
and Mrs.. Gates a visit of a few days

The pupils of Electra school with
their teacher, parents and friends
gathered at the home or Mr. and Mrs.
D. T. Stebleton on the shores of Lake
Bryant last Saturday and spent a very
pleasant day enjoying and welcoming
the vacation time. Early in. the fore forenoon
noon forenoon Messrs. Stebleton, Halford and
Folks were on the lake with rod and
reel and 'n a short time returned to
the picnic grounds with a large catch
of fish, which were soon dressed and
ready for the pan. After hours in
pleasant conversation and watching the
young people enjoying themselves, din dinner
ner dinner was announced. With the large
plates of fried brown trout and bream
a most bountiful picnic dinner was
spread beneath the beautiful shade
oaks. Everybody d'd full justice to

the magnificent spread, eating and j

enjoying the sweet c: -rs from th
orange trees in blaora and the wild
honeysuckle. Several p'.rrtcs and fish
fries have been held on this spot, which
is certainly a beautifully arranged
place for such occasions, and espe especially
cially especially where tlier are hospitable peo people
ple people like Mr. and J!r. Stebleton.
Mtss Emily Halford, who. has taught

a very sausiacTory term oi scnooi at

this place, entertained her pupils by

arranging tnis picnic on i.ase urjani.

Miss Halford deserves much credit for
the progress the school has made and
the interest she has taken in it for the

advancement of the pupils, and for the

perfect satisfaction she has given.

The afternoon was pleasantly spent

playing various games and enjoying
the gentle breezes from the lake, in
boat riding, eating oranges and as the
sun began to sink toward the western
horizon the merry pienicers departed

for their respective homes, after spend-

a most pleasant day.

Rubber Hose
Porch Shades
Porch S tags
Lawn Seats
Hammocks

Awnings

Mosquito Nets
Garden Plows
and Garden Tools
Flower Pots

Furniture of all kinds. Hardware of all kinds.
Leather Goods of all kinds. Builder's Material.
Paints and Painter's Supplies. Wagons, Buggies.
Field and Poultry Wire Fence. Galvanized Iron.
In fact, everything except something to eat and
wear.

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Those present were Mr. George Drant

and family, Mr. John Rogers and fam family,
ily, family, Mr. J. S. Stanaland and family.

Mrs. Davis Sellers, Mrs. Sellers, Mrs.

R. O. Halford, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Hal

ford, Mr. and Mrs. Griffin Folks, Mr.
Smith. Mrs. J. P. Holly, and Misses Em Emily
ily Emily Halford. Annie Holly, Flossie

Stanaland. Mary Halford, Messrs. J. H.

V vLrTP hi fond of

. UlF- and isn't good for

Wf butter, it's too expensive at present

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le tots are always
f made from lard

bound to be greasy and indigestible,

littie stomachs; if made from

butter prices.

is far better than lard because it is a vegetable product, never makes
f oqd greasy, never causes indigestion. It is the equal of butter at about

one-third the price. So why ::be extravagant?

Feed the "kiddies" their
fill of pastry if made from
Cottolene it won't harm
them.
Cottolme is both econom economical
ical economical and healthful.

TRY THIS RECIFE:

Doughnuts

cup sar&r
'x cup milk

3 tablespoons Cettolent

3 C2e volki 1 white

1fz cups flour 4 cup freshly mashed potatoes

Y2 teaspoon salt 3 teaspoons baking powder
Y2 teasp'n gr'd mace V4 teasp'n gr'd nutmeg
Cream the Cottoent, add ugftr, then the tggt,
etirin potato and milk,add flour gradually ;Me
more if necessary. Roll and cut all doughnuts
needed before frying. Fry in deep Cottolent,

Made only by THE N. K FAIRBANK COIVIPANY

WALDHOX-JEXKIXS.

before leaving for her home in Wy- Halford, George Brant, Jr., J. H. Mor- Buckingham. April l.-Miss Klzzie

oming, R. I. Mrs Hall has spent quite

rison, S. J. Fort, Hosea Sellers, Pat Jenkins and Mr. J. B. Waldron

many winters here, and her IIolly FIint Holly, James Collins, Lee

were

many friends wish her to return ror

many more.
Quite a good many from here attend attended
ed attended the play, "Down in Dixie," given at
the club house Friday night two weeks
ago.

i.l Air, JiALiidtr, me iiavciiui; auuiiui

Jt ( for the S. A. L., was here on business

V last Tuesday, and found this office all

right.

A carload of sawmill machinery ar-

V! rived Tuesday or this week and was

X'left on the spur between here and

Summerfield and by that it looks as if

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Halford, Alva Barber. Clyde Collins,

A. M. Morrison and V. C. White.

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UNDERTAKERS AND
EMBALMERS

CONTRACTORS AND
BUILDERS

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Here you will find
a satisfying assort

ment of the world s
best productions

in j c w e 1 r y
gems, silver

ware, novel novelties,
ties, novelties, etc.

And the
prices are

squeezed
down to

pei.

The friend-winning: prices

that we are making in our store

will surely interest you. Cold
type cannot do justice to the

extraordinary offerings. Buy

ing jewelry here means
spending money right.

Style may change but

our high quality, low price
standard of jewelry sell

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a; It was brought here from Silver

i Springs and is owned by J. L. Leitner.

i f Mr. Arthur Adams is having a new

a boat house built at the lakeside near

Mrs. C. S. Gates and Mrs. C. S. Hall

will go down to Webster for a few

days visit. They leave Friday of this

week and will visit with Mrs. Gates

daughter and son,. Mr. and Mrs. C. E.

Brown.

Miss Elsie Morrison of Oklawaha

will be the week end guest of her

schoolmate and friend. Miss Irene

Gates.

Quite a number attended the bazaar

at the club house "Wednesday.

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at a decided price

reduction here's

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For your sweetheartmar

ried or otherwise a diamond

solitaire is eminently proper.

Nothing better as an engage-

mentor birthday ring. Surprise Father,

Husband or Brother with a nice ring. Wa

have ft splendid assortment of gems in up-to-the-mJnute
settings t prices to

suit the thinnest pocket book. You''

will find rises to suit everyone
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COUGHS AND CONSUMPTION

Coughs and colds, when neglected.

always lead to serious trouble of the

lungs. The wisest thing to do when

you have a cold that troubles you is to

get a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis

covery. You will get relief from the
first dose, and finally the cough will
disappear. O. H. Brown, of Muscadine,
Ala., writes: "My wife was down in
bed with an obstinate cough, and Ii

quietly married at the home of Mr.

Roy Jenkins at 1 o'clock Sunday aft

ernoon. Only the members of the fam

ily and a few special friends were

present atthe ceremony, which wa j
very simple and impressive. There j

were no attendants, Mr. Waldron and

Miss Jenkins entering and taking their 1

places before the Baptist minister oft

Fort Myers. Miss Jenkins wore white 1

silk voile, very prettily made, and i

after the ceremony she changed to a 1

very becoming traverng suit, and the

bride and groom left for Fort McCoy,
where they will make their future

home. Mr. Waldron. has b en in Buck Buckingham
ingham Buckingham for the last few months and
has made many friends who will miss
him very much. The guests at the
wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Iliggin Iliggin-botham,
botham, Iliggin-botham, Messrs. Will Owens, Edwin

and Lloyd Hall, Victor Kunze and Mr.
and Mrs. T. It. Ellis. We all wish the
couple a long, happy and prosperous

lfe.

I will allow you as much for your

old trunk, bag or suit-case as I will
get for it, when you buy a new one, in
order to reduce stock. Why Pay More?
B. Goldman. Adv. 4-3-4td ltw

WHAT THE PAINTERS SAY.

Lead and Oil makes

"White

pant.

I That's L. & M. Semi-Mixed Real Faint.

It hides even a black sur'ace. It wears
for years. The cost of painting is re reduced,
duced, reduced, because the user adds three
quarts of Linseed Oil costing only 45

j (cents to every gallon of the L & M.

T t tmiv remarkable how much better ISemi-Mixed real Paint, to. make 1

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S. S. S. Quickly
Puts Vim nd En Energy
ergy Energy Into You,

you reel in just one aay aiier using

S. S. S. for malaria. This wonderful rem

edy is a natural antidote. It puts strength

into your spine, enlivens all your nerves,

honestly believe had it rot been for makes good red blood rush through your

gallons of the best pure paint ready
for use. You get three quarts more

paint for 45 cents. Ad. 9

Sold in Oeala by Mclver & McKay.

Dr. King's New Discovery, she would
not be living today." Known for
forty-three years as the best remedy
for coughs and colds. Price 50 cents
and $1. Recommended by Tydings &

Co. Adv.

arteries, makes your pulse throb with
new energy, you breathe freely, think
right, enjoy meals, laugh heartily and

KENDRICK
Kendrick, April 3. Services were

your step has a briskness and vigor that j conducted by Rev, Roberts of

Ii I cannot satisfy you now In a

trunk, bag or suit-case no one else can.

I have a large variety at very attrac-

ive prices. Must reduce the stock. You

will soon be taking a trip supply

yourself now. "Why Pay More? B.

Goldman. Adv. 4-3-4td ltw

makes you feel fine all over.

Go into any drug store to-day and get

a $1.00 botue or . J-on mope
around with that malarial despair; it Is

the meanest, most depressing, most dis disheartening
heartening disheartening plague that infects us. You
can feel just as bright, just as vigorous,
just as hearty as when a youngster if you
will use S. S. S., for it goes right into

your blood and begins work in five min-

thej
and

Methodist church Sunday mornin

Sunday night.

'Miss Howell, our accomplished as

sistant teacher, left for Ocala Friday
afternoon. She will remain in Ocala

with friends until Sunday, when she

will leave for ; her home near Plant

City. Miss Howell gained many friends

while in Kendrick and all wish her a
happy vacation and that she 'will be

PAINS IN THE STOMACH

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Young Frying Sized Chickens, in Limited Quantity
35 Cents Per Found

Dressed Extra Fine and I Want You to Try Them
CHOICE BEEF, PORUHD MM, CELERY, OYSTERS, ETC.
First Class Service Assured and will Appreciate your trade
Phone 108 W. II. MARSH, City Market

If you continually complain of pains
In the stomach, your liver or your kid

neys are out of order. Neglect may
lead to dropsy, kidney trouble, da da-betes
betes da-betes or Brlght's disease. Thousands
recommend Electric Bitters as the very
best stomach and kidney medicine
made. H. T. Alston, of Raleigh, N. C,
who suffered with pain in the stomach,

ana DacK, writes: "My Kidneys were
deranged and my liver did not work

right. I suffered much, but Electric

Bitters was recommended and I im

proved from the first dose. I now feel
like a new man." It will Improve you,
too. Ouly 50 cents and Jl. Recom

mended by Tydings & Co. Adv.

lite vm will nlwavn bless the dav vou

wan uainr k 53 s fnr it fa ahsolutelv with us next year.

" c v I -w a. rri- a f -r rr c?tn

nnri and la the greatest blood cleanser -si inursuay evening -urs.

ever known. I entenamea a lew inenas in nonur ot

If you are rheumatic, have eczema, or! Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle, principal or

are troubled with an eruDtive blood dis- the Kendrick school, who leaves for

order, write for special medical advice to

The Swift Specific Co.. 127 Swift Bldg.,

Atlanta, Ga. Do not fail to get a J1.00

bottle of S. S. S. to-day at the drug stor

and drive malaria, out of your system.

W. C. 8LANCHARD
CONTRACTOR ARB BUILDER
PLANS FUUNISHEP
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P. O. BOX 46 OCALA, FLA

HAVE YOtn CAR IAIXTED

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Fcr Hates and Other Information.

I. R. WILLIAMS,

City Passenger and Ticket Agt.

Ocala.

Mcintosh, April 4. Patrons Day was
observed at the Mcintosh high

school on Thursday of last week, the
work was displayed in the rooms, one

of which was devoted to domestic art

exclusively. Ice cream and sandwich

es were served to the many patrons

who attended.

Rev. Henderson, the regular pastor

of Micanopy and Rev. Mitchell of In

verness, are conducting services at the

Methodist church.

Air. James Norsworthy and daugh

ter, Miss Nellie, who were visiting Mr.

W. G. Norsworthy, left for their home

at Ingersol, Canada, Wednesday.

Miss Hanley of Lexington, Ky., and
Mrs. Hanley of Atlanta are the guests
of Mrs. B. F. Dorsey.

I am overstocked on trunks, suit suitcases
cases suitcases and bags and am making special
efforts to reduce the stock by cutting
the prices way down. Why Pay More?
B. Goldman. Adv. 4-3-4td ltw

ton passed through Tuesday en route
to the Brick City.
Mr. J. M. Blitch and Miss Varina
Elitch spent Tuesday in Ocala.

DRIVE SICK HEADACHES AWAY
Sick headaches, sour, gassy stomach,
indigestion and biliousness disappear
quickly after you take Dr. King's New
Life Pills. They purify the blood and
put new life and vigor in the system,
try them and you will be well satisfied.
Every pill helps; every box guaran guaran-ed
ed guaran-ed by Tydings & Co. V Adv.

Are you going away? It will pay you
to buy your trunk, bag or suit-case
now, while I am offering them at very
low prices to reduce stock. Big allow allowance
ance allowance made for your "old bag,-suit-case
or trunk, taken In on the purchase of
a new one. Must reduce the stock stock-Why
Why stock-Why Pay More? B. Goldman. Adv.

CHINESE
RESTAURANT,
CHARLEY WAB,
Proprietor.

Chinese and American Cooking

Regular Meals

AND

Lunches

her home in Ocala Friday evening. A
number of friends gathered to tell Miss
Carlisle good-bye. Refreshments were

served'later on in the evening and all
enjoyed the evening spent with Miss
Carlisle and Mrs. Sims.

Miss Alice Carlisle of Ocala, who has

been visiting Mrs. Hattle Webb of

Kendrick, left for her home Friday

afternoon, accompanied by her sister.
Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle and Miss

Howell of Plant City.

Mr A. O. Olin is able to be out now

after a confinement of a few weeks.

Mrs. Annie Akin and son, Harper of

Ocala, spent Sunday at Kendrick with
Mrs. J. E. Turnipseed and friends.

Mrs. Bracey of Dunnellon is visit

ing her sister. Mrs. F. Sullivan, for a
few days.

School closed Friday afternoon with

a picnic on tne grounds ana me ioi ioi-lowin
lowin ioi-lowin gprogram:

Recitation Lillian Livingston.
Recitation Theodore Whitehead.
Dialogue Louise Brooks, Thelma

Ray, Angle Guthery and Amanda Spencer.

Recitation Lea Jensen.
Recitation Ruby Spencer.
Dialogue Marvin Livingston, Eu

gene Livingston, Fred Jackson, Bruce

Jernlgan, Earie Turnipseed and Flew-

ellyn Olin.

Recitation Aubrey Brooks.
Debate: Resolved, That there should

be an educational qualification for vot

ers. Affirmative, Martha Belle Mc-

Leod, Klnsler FInley; negative, Bertha
Guthery, Julian Ray.

All Food will be well Pre

pared by a Chinaman
who Knows How.

Regular Meals, 25c and Up.

tuncnes, oc.
Located In New Hollaing Be Between
tween Between Hant & Garner and
Burnett's Tailoring Establishment.

I am overstocked on trunks, suit

cases and bags and am making special

efforts to reduce the stock by cutting

the prices way down. Why Pay More?
B. Goldman. Adv. 4-3-4td ltw

You will look a good while before

you find a better medicine for coughs

and colds than Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It not only gives relief it

cures. Try it when you have a cough

or cold, and you are certain to be pleas-

ed with the prompt cure which it will
effect. For sale by all dealers. Adv.

L. ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL

CARPENTER AND BUILDER

Careful Estimates Made on All Coa

tract Work. Gives more and. better

work for the money tfcan aay other

-jcntractar in tie dty.

I will allow you as much for your

old trunk, bag or suit-case as I will

get for it. when you buy a new one, in
order to reduce stock. Why Pay More?
B. Goldman. Adv. 4-3-4td ltw

Beck's hard water soap, ten cents

per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.

ROOM3 FOR RENT Large, cool,
furnished rooms for rent Apply to
Mrs. T. IL Wallis, 116 South 2nd St.

Wc Drove the Prices Down as Far as They
Would Go
BUT WE HAVE KEPT THE QUALITY UP AS HIGH
AS IT CAN GO. NO ONE EVER SUCCEEDED BY TRY TRYING
ING TRYING TO SELL, THE WRONG THING. WE ARE HERE TO
SUCCEED AND INTEND. TO STAY. COME AND SEE US.
WE ARE ALWAYS ON THE JOB AND WILL SEE THAT
you get just what you want- at the right
price. ; ;
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. JSSjjfg

HORSES

B MOLE

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 aud Mules
Animals for all pur purposes,
poses, purposes, and. at reason
able prices. I go to
market each two
weeks and select the
stock in person and

get the very best.
Call at the Lot, yon will find some Stock to suit you,
il it is one or dozen head you need, I have them.

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H. J. NICHOLS
LIVE STOCK DEALER OCALA, FLORIDA

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Take n o, chances Trith a pain In the chert.
Every case of consumption tgn with t&at
symptom. Stop it at one with

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It is a Fine Heating Remedy for
Sore Luns, Coughs and
Hoarseness.
It promptly checks Inflammation, relaxes tightness, clears tb
eir passages, restores tone and etrengrth to the bronchial tubes.
Helieves hoarseness, irritating- coughs, tickling sensations in the
throat: removes congestion and enables the patient to hreatho
easily and rest comfortably at night.
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per Bottls.
Bay the 11.60 size. It contains five times as much
as the 25c sJie. and you get with each bottle & Dr.

Tlerrick's Red Pepper Porous plaster for the chest.

Stepkeas Eye Salve Is K wife d speedy remedy for Sore Eye.

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