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AT RIGHT PRICES
00 ALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1913
THE FURNITURE 3IEN
Dade Count' KeijreentIIve i a M M-repre?ntatlve
repre?ntatlve M-repre?ntatlve In Regard to
Governor Trammell's statement that
"if they are any people fleeing from
their homes or any bebies starving in
the Kverglades district it seems prob probable
able probable that the trustees would have
heard it," might be extended to ay
that "it would also seem probable that
the people of Dade county would have
heard of it." Governor Trammell was
commenting upon an astonishing state statement
ment statement made by Mr. G. A. Worley, who
is in Tallahassee, as the alleged repre representative
sentative representative of the people of Dade county.
That Mr. Worley should undertake to
discredit the Everglades drainage prop proposition
osition proposition ia difficult for his constituents
to believe. He should be expected to
use hi best efforts to further the
plans for completing the bg work and
should be .ready to g've accurate in information
formation information to those members of the
state legislature who have not made
personal investigation of the Ever Ever-sladejj
sladejj Ever-sladejj situation.
On the Everglades land that has
been trained, the most wonderful
crops have been raised this Mr. Wor Worley
ley Worley knows. In the Kverglades territory
that is awaiting the completion of its
drainage is some of the richest land In
Hi3 loy Of
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Aid and Relieve the Tension,
Mother' Friend, a 'V.hi 1
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reach all the different parts invoiveq. 4?
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mula formula of a noted family doctor, and lubri lubricates
cates lubricates every muscle, nerve, tissue er tendon
affected. It goes directly to the strained
portions and gently but surely relieves all
tendency to soreness or strain.
By its daily use there will be no pain, no j
distress, no nausea, no danger of laceration
or other accident, and the period will be one
f supreme comfort and joyful anticipation.
To all young women Mother's Friend i$
one of the greatest of all helpful influences;
for it robs childbirth of all its agonies and
dangers, dispels all the doubt and dread;
all sense of fear, and thus enables the mind
and body to await the greatest event in a
woman's life with untrammeled gladness.
Mother's Friend is a "most cherished
remedy in thousands of homes, and is of
such pecnliar merit and value as to make it
essentially one to be recommended by alj
You will find" it on sale at all drug stores
at $1.00 a bottle, or the druggist will gladly
get It for you if you Insist upon it. Moth Mother's
er's Mother's Friend is prepared only by the Brad-
field Regulator Co., 137 Lamar Bldg., At Atlanta,'
lanta,' Atlanta,' Ga., who will send you by mail,
pealed, a very instructive book to expectant
mothers. Write for It to-day.
DR. A. L. BLALOCK J
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
OFFICES ov:?h THE
DR. L. F. BLALOCK
: 'Phone 211 Ocala. Fla. :
(looms p, IP and H, Second Floor,
J. G. PURVIS,
Olllces over Nash's
Dry Goods Store.
If vou wish to buy, sell
lease, or exchange, it will
pay you to take the matter
ip wipn me ai once.
J. II BSWSON
,.. I J- --.- M-JiI --'-JL.
Attorney at Law
Munroe & Chambliss Bldg.
; Ocala, Fla.
the world this Mr. Worley knows.
That "people are fleeing: from their
homes and babies are starving: in the
Kverglades district" is the baldest, of
canards this Mr. Worley knows.
Not only is it unfortunate for the
great Everglades drainage work, which
for the wealth of Florida must be com completed
pleted completed In the speediest and best man manner
ner manner possible, that Mr. Worley has chos chosen
en chosen to take the course he has at Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, but for his further weight in
influencing legislation, it is deplorable
that he has opened up a question as to
his veracity and as to his good faith
towards the people, he is n Tallahas Tallahassee
see Tallahassee to represent.
m ii sin
It Certainly- la Cauwlng: Some People an
Imrnnne Amount of Mental
Tallahassee. April 17. There was a
sensation at the state house yesterday
afternoon when it was announced that
Senator Stokes' "mental anguish" bill,
laying extra" burdens on the telegraph
companies had disappeared from the
custody of the clerk of the House.
What has. become of it no one knows
and there is considerable excitement
over the matter. It is probable that
an investigating committee will be
'named to look into the matter. The
theft of a bill in this fashion is a very
serious matter and if tne person who
is responsible can be discovered he will
probably be severely punished.
Knle rprUlns: Orange Town la Contem Contemplating;
plating; Contemplating; Incorporation
Mcintosh. April 6. While not so
nlalnlv soon thcro ha been a nervous
-n o noire of the citizens here
.. -, v ...
Cabbage, beans and oats seem to be
on?asins: the farmer' attention at
Mr. A H. Galtskil! Is in Tampa at attending
tending attending the orange grovers and citrus
fruit exchange convention.
Mr. Hanks Flewellen left for Palatka
Monday, where he has accepted a posi
Miss I.ina Robbitt of CItra spent the
week end with hen sister. Miss Apple
.Miss Annette Gist Is .home for the
summer, the college at Guerrant, Ky.,
where she was attending having clos closed
ed closed for the spring.
Mr. J. II. Neal left 'Wednesday for
"parts unknown" to purcJiase vegeta vegetables.
bles. vegetables. Mr. J. A. Murrell Is in town again
after a long absence, bringing with
him a Ford touring car.
Mr. Ed Gaitskill, who was the guest
of. his brother, Mr. S. H. Gaitskill, has
returned to his home in Winchester,
Nearly all of Mcintosh's fairer sex
attended Mrs. Hatchett's 'at home"
Wednesday afternoon at Orange Lake.
Mr. Dennett Uarkley. who was visit visiting
ing visiting Mr. and Mrs. J, S. Neal, has return returned
ed returned to, Tampa, to his old position with
the Tampa Times."
KQIWIf LAKE LOT SALE
On Tuesday, April 22, Capt. R,. C.
Johnstone is arranging to put on an
auction sae pf his beautiful residence
ots at the old Chautauqua grounds at
North Lake Weir, one of the moat
beautiful spots on the entire lake.
Capt. Johnstone has secured the ser services
vices services of the Bowman Realty Company
of Huntlngtoni West Va.. to conduct
the sale and Major Combs, a well
known auctioneer, will cry the bids.
Capt. Johnstone will give away a free
ot and serve a dinner on the grounds
o the people. The sale will be ex
tensively advertised and on account of
the desirability of the property and he
demand there has been or 1 north side
jots, it is expepiep. o pe a great suc
THE TARIFF HOSSf.$
Boston. April-1?. John J. Mitchell, a
democrat, was elected to Congress
from the Thirteenth district Tuesday,
after a three-cornered contest, w
which tariff discussion, fgured prqmr
WHY HE WAS LATE-
"What raada you so late?"
"I met Smithson."
"Well that is no reason why you
should be an hour late getting home to
"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
"Surethat is what he needs." Sold
by all Dealers. Adv.
COMMITTEES OP THE CQUXCIL
Judiciary C M. Livingston, chair
man; J. It. Taylor, E. T. Ilelvenston.'
Finance G. A. Carmichael, chair
man; E. T. Helvensteu, B. A. Weath
Light and Water J. H. Taylor,
chalrtnan; F. G. B. Welhe, B. A. Weath
Street B. A. Weathers, chairman.;
F. G. H. Welhe, E. C. Bennett
Fire F. t. B. Welhe. Chairman; E.
T. Ilelvenston. Walte. Hood.
rollco -E. T. Ilelvenston, Chairman;
F G. B Welhe. K. C Bennett Bennett-Cemetery
Cemetery Bennett-Cemetery Chairman;
F. Q. B. Wehe. C. M. Livingston.
Market C M, Livingston, Chair Chairman;
man; Chairman; Walter Hood,
Sanitary Walter Iood, Chairman,:
f. IL Taylor. Q. A CarmlehaeL
Building -EL O. Bennett, Chairman:
q. A. Carmjchael. J- H- Taylor.
FOR BURN'S, BRUISES AND SORES
The quickest and surest car? for
burns, bruises, bolls, sores, lnflamma
tion and all skin biseases Is Bucklin's
Arnica Salve. In four days It cured L.
H, Haflln, of Iredell, Tex., of a sore on
bis ankle which pained him so he eould
hardly walk. Should be In every
house. Only 25 cents. Recommended
by Tydings & Co. Adv.
Stop coughing by using Cherry Bark
Cough Syrup. Sold only at the Kexal
II MUST II
At Laat Another Four Year Before
They Will he Allowed to Vote
Tallahassee, April 17. Woman suf suffrage
frage suffrage by constitutional amendment, in
Florida, is dead for four years at least.
The House committee yesterday report
ed against the resolution proposing
such an amendment, and a poll of the
members of the House shows conclus conclusively
ively conclusively that the report of the committee
will be sustained by a large majority.
Summerfield, April 17. Mrs. John
Miller, who has been away visiting,
returned last Saturday.
C. J. Balch was among the many
farmers who were here last Saturday
doing their weekly shopping.
A. Ineson, who is employed in Ocala,
came home last Saturday to visit h's
family. He was met by his wife.
James Boyd, a new settler residing
in section 33, was a Saturday visitor.
Mr and Mrs. G. R. Emery, residing
west of Summerfield, were here last
Saturday attending to business.
Lee Buser was a visitor last Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Mr. Buser informs us that his
wife, who "has been ill for some time,
is now rapidly improving.
BEWARE OF OIN'TMEXTS FOR CA CA-TA11RH
TA11RH CA-TA11RH THAT CONTAIN' 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 taken
en taken Internally and made In Toledo, O.,
by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials
Sold by Druggists. Price 75 cents
per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills
for constipation. Adv.
LUCRATIVE OFFICE GOES
TO UN I OX L AltO It
Washington, April 17,- James M.
Lynch, president of the International
Typographical Union is slated for pub public
lic public printer. Senators Hughes, Martine
and the Xew Jersey delegation in Con
gress, who went to urge President
Wilson to select Cornelius Ford, pres president
ident president of the New Jersey State Federa Federation
tion Federation of Labor, were that Mr. Lynch
practically had been decided upon.
THIRTY THOUSAND. VOICES
Anil 3Iauy Are the Voices of Ocala
Thirty thousand voices .what a
grand chorus! And that's the number
of American men and women who are
publicly praising Doan's Kidney Pills
for relief from backache, kidney and
bladder ills. They say it to friends.
They tel it in the home papers. Ocala
people are in this chorus. Here's an
Wilbur Counts, 58 N, Pine St, Ocala.
Fla., says; "I have used Doan's Kidney
Pills for .kjdney complaint and back back-aehe
aehe back-aehe and have been greatly benefited.
I consider this remedy a valuable one
and I do not hesitate to recommend it
In view of all it has done for me."
The,. above statement must carry con conviction
viction conviction to the mind of every reader.
Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy
ask distinctly for Doan's Iidney
Pills, the same that Mr.' Counts had
the remedy Vja'eked by home testimony.
50o, all stores. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
"When Your Back is Lame Remem Remember
ber Remember the Name." Ad. No. 3
OPEN nV A N II NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe. A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour. Ad.
Lively 1'ItH? To'Vn Win Organise a
Kendrick. April 18. Mr. Carrington
has returned to Jacksonville, after a
pleasant visit with friends.
Mrs. N. E. Carter passed through
Kendrick Friday afternoon enro,ute to
Ocala to visit her sons, r, M. M. Car Carter
ter Carter and Mr T-. 0, t'arter and family for
a few days
Miss Alta Grace, after three weeks
visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Olin, left
Sunday night for Palmetto, where she
will visit friends.
Miss Laura Brooks, of Zuber, was a
visitor to Kendrick Tuesday morning.
Mrs. M. G. Davis, of Zuber. was a.
visitor to Kendrick Monday..
The ice cream supper, vvuieh was to
have been givtn Thursday night for
the b,epnt of the Zuber Sunday school.
has Deen called off until next Monday
night on account of the cool weather.
The public is cordially invited
Mr. Gamage was in Kendrick Friday.
Mrs. T. S. Simi fcas returned from
Leesbyra. where she visited her daugh
ter, Mrs. L. Seckinger. In last week's
paper it was printed that Mr. Sims ysv
ited his daughter, Mrs. Seckjner. but
it was Mrs. Sims.
Mrs. A, A. Olin and Miss Alta Grace
were visitors to Zuber Friday after
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. BrooH and chil
dren. Aubrey. Iren and Paul McLeod.
were visitors to Ocala Saturday.
It was stated In last week's issue
that P.eddiek defeated Kendrick, but it
was Zuber Instead. Kend ick is or organizing
ganizing organizing a team now. and doesn't want
her team to have the eredi of a game
that Zuber played, as tt isn't much
honor but Huber is going to do bet better
ter better in the future, as they are, practicing
up now and getting in shape. They
will go to Reddick Saturday and play
Reddick-on her own diamond Saturday
afternoon and we trust that Zuber will
come out ahead. The score was 21 to
4 Instead of 24 to 4 in last game.
Donations will be much appreciated
from the Kendrick or the Zuber peo--ple
for the benefit o? helping he Zu Zuber
ber Zuber Sunday, school at the lee cream
supper Rent Monday night. Anyone
Wishing to donate anything In Zu-
ber speak to Mrs. M. G. Davis or Mrs.
S. B. Brooks; anyone wishing to help
out in Kendrick. please let Misses
Birdie Boulware or Martha Belle Mc Mc-Leod
Leod Mc-Leod know.
Miss Ruth Boulware left for-Ocala
this morning and from there she will
go to Palmetto to visit relatives and
Mr. Rawls sister-in-law is vlait'ng
them at Zuber.
Life loMuraaee Companies Want States Statesmen
men Statesmen to Think they are Charitable
, Washington, D. C, 'April 17. Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic representatives from all sections
are being besieged in letter and by
personal representatives of insurance
companies protesting against their in inclusion
clusion inclusion as taxable organizations under
the corporation tax provsion of the
tariff bill now under consideration be before
fore before the House democratic caucus. Rep Representative
resentative Representative Hull of Tennessee, author
of the income tax feature, said today
his desk was piled with mail from in insurance
surance insurance companies, protesting that
they are not profit-making organiza organizations.
tions. organizations. DRIVE SICK HEADACHES AWAY
Sick headaches, aour, 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. Adv.
An elegant line of lawyers' manu manuscript
script manuscript covers, la any color that could
be desired, just received at the Star
planet, with bat-?
to earth and for
a time holds the
world at hU
terror and con con-sternationamong
sternationamong con-sternationamong the inhabitants
Read about him
in the new serial
arranged to run
Do not miss the
W, G, BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
1. O.-BOX 46 OCAIiA, FTiA.
HAVE YOUR CAR PAINTED
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. McITER and C. V. ROBERTS
iU Work Done by Licensed Em-
balmers and Fully Guaranteed,
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Accurate Building PlaBS, Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands sur
veyed aiid platted. Cxose estimates
made on erection of buildings of any
character by contract or on a com
mission basis. Write or consult me at
Vorthwest Corner Ocala House Block
OCALA - FTXHCXDA
I The Man
1 A strange, mys- I
flUVE TO 0
Senator Bryan Introduce a BUI to
Keep Oat Citrns Fro It I ale? ted
Washington. April 17. Senator Bry Bryan
an Bryan showed yesterday that he has the
interests of the Florida people at heart
when he introduced a resolution pro providing
viding providing that no citrus fruit from dis districts
tricts districts infected with .the red scale,
white, or any other parasite, or Insec Insectivorous
tivorous Insectivorous enemy to the citrus industry
shall be admitted into the imports of
the United States.
Several Winter Resident Have He He-turned
turned He-turned to Their Xortbern Homea
Belleview. April 15. Mr G. F. Center
from South Carolina has been" visiting
his aunt. Mrs. A. B. Connor.
Mr. and Mrs.. Frank Dorothy and
Mr. J. Colbey Wellington left last week
for their Lynn, Mass.. home.
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Lewis and Mrs.
Maria Buxby, after "spending the winter
in the Holstead cottage, have left for
their home in Massachusetts and hope
to be with us again next fall.
Miss Edna Densen is visiting with
her sister, Mrs. Hawkins at Plant City.
Miss Flossie Evans made a trip to
Ocala last Thursday for the purpose of
Interviewing her oculist.
Miss Gertrude Turner and Miss Mid Mid-dlebrook
dlebrook Mid-dlebrook left last week for their home
in Brooklyn, N. Y., where Miss Turner
expects to attend to some affairs of
business and return to Belleview to
supervise the erection of her new home
on Rabinson avenue.
Mrs. Virgil V.'D. P. Pratt is visit visiting
ing visiting with her mother, Mrs. Helen C.
Northery ia Jacksonville.
Mr. Eugene Hardison took a little
run down from Jacksonville last Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, said hello to some of his friends
We regret to chronicle the fact that
Mrs. Samuel G. Thomas is somewhat
indisposed and acting upon the adv'cej
of her physician expects to undergo an i
operation in the near future.
Mrs. Z. D. Haines of Xenia, Ohio,
came to Belleview in response to a eaU
from her daughter, Mrs. Louis Weihe,
who is quite seriously ndiposed.
Dr. Baldwin, a frieod of Mr. W. H.
Boynton, from Belfast, L. I., stopped
over fqr a few days to shake hands and
say hello before resuming his journey
Mr. Frank Bitter mad his usual
week end visit to his family last Satur Saturday
day Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Newton D. Skinner
made a trip to Orlando to, vlw the
beauties of that little city and at the
same time to visit, with some of their
Mr. ami Mrs. James Osborn from La
fayette, Ind., left for their home last
Justice Abshire meted out Judicial
wisdom last Monday, in a ease wherein
W. It. Kllpatrick was the plaintiff and
R. W. Wallace waa the defendant A
trial by jury resulted in a verdict for
Master Henry Maxwell has been serr
lously sick and Is under the care of Dr.
The management of the Hotel Mar
ion has changed hands. Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel,, Cook from Summerfield, have
taken charge, and we wish for them a
prosperous business. ;
It is reported thai Mr, G. H. Haines,
who lives on the Lake Weir hard road,
is somewhat Improved in his physical
Capt. R. C. Johnson, the North Lake
Weir real estate man, is anticipating
great results from his auction sale ef
lots to be conducted next Tuesday, the
22nd. Your scribe expects to attend
the sale to see that it is properly man managed,
aged, managed, and If any of the lots fall within
the scope' of our pockethook we intend
to nail one hard and fast.
CaifiHS AXD COXSUMPTIOX.
Coughs and colds, when neglected,
always lead to serious trouble of the
lunss. The wisest thing: to do when
you have a-cold that troubles you is to
get a bottle of Dr. King's New Dis Discovery.
covery. Discovery. You will get relief from the
first dose, and finally the cough will
disappear. IL Brown, of Muscadine,
Ala., writes: "My wife was down in
bed with an obstinate cough, and I
honestly believe had It vot been for
Dr. King's New Discovery, she would
not be llvlas today." Known for
f orty-three years as the best remedy
for coughs and colds. Price 5d cents
and Jl.- Recommended by Tydings &
DRAY FOR UEXERAL DELIVERY
Mr. A S. Burgess nas son Into the
transfer and delivery business. He
has a big dray and a team of power
ful mules, with competent men to
manage them, and will haul and deliver
your goods with promptness and good
care. Call phone 470. Ad.
Invigorating; to the Pale and Sickly
The Old Standard general straugthenine tonic
GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TOJflC. drives cb
Malaria.ecriches the Mood, and baiMs upthesrs-
tem. A true Tonic. For adults and children. 5ur.
Lake Weir, April 16 Mrs. J. G. Spur-
lin and bright, piquant daughter. Miss
Sallie, entertained at the club house
last Thursday evening at 3 o'clock. The
club house was particularly attractive,
the white and green colorscheme be
ing daintily carried out with oleanders
and ferns. The punch bowl and table
were wreathed In vines and flowers
and cherry and, grape punch was serv served
ed served during the evening by Miss Sallie
and Mrs. Binn.. The affair was de delightfully
lightfully delightfully Informal and the evening
was passed in music, dancing and gay
conversation, each entering into the
amusements of the occasion with keen
enjoyment and pleasure.
Mrs. Center and son of Gadsden, Ala.,
are visiting Mr. C. E. Connor and fam
ily. Mrs. Center is a sister of Mr. Con
Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Herr will leave
Friday for their summer home in
Maryland. They expect to return Oct.
1st and locate here permanently.
Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Haines vacated
Mr. R. C Johnston's cottage and are
pleasantly located at Mr. X. W. Har
rison's, near Mr. C. E. Connor.
A party of jolly young people board
ea Air. Ldward Camps launch for a
p'enic supper at the Mclver pavilion
Saturday evening at 5 o'clock, and a
boat ride after supper. The party went
to Mrs.,K H. Clements' residence, and
enjoyed music and cards until 10
o'clock. Among those who were pres-
en t were anises iiyrtlce Camp. Sara
Agnew, Mary Connor, Lou Moody, 1
T : r-. v . I
cieuuins, -Messrs. t,awara camp.,
David Kirkland, Eugene Connor and
Mrs. H. W. Henry will entertain at
an informal tea at the club house
Seaboard Will Double Track lato
Jacksonville and llulld More Ele Elevator
vator Elevator at It 9eaporiM
Richmond. Va.. April 17. Provision
for the expenditure of two and one one-half
half one-half millions upon the .double tracking
of the Seaboard Air Line Railway be between
tween between Columbia and Jacksonville via
Savannah, a distance of three hundred
and fourteen miles. Is contained in the
annual budget just announced. Addi
tional phosphate elevators at Tampa;
ana reroanoida are also contemplated.
The officers will confer next week
concerning the proposed removal of
the general offices from Portsmouth,
One report says that they will be lo located
cated located In Jacksonville."
For a fewvlay
10c size Hecker's Self Rising Buckwheat 3 for 25c
35c bottle Pure Maple Syrup
65c 44 44
3 pounds Evaporated Apples
35c package Cluster Rasins
25c 44 44
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General Burleson has informed Repre-
sentative Dillon of South Dakota that
he does not recognize any obligation
to observe the results of the prefer preferential
ential preferential primaries in the selection of
postmasters under the South Dakota
primary law. He said, however, he
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The Texas Wonder cures kidney and
bladder trouble. removing gravel,
cures diabetes, weak and lame backs,
rheumatism and all Irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder in both men
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les t.roub-les 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 fails to
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Palmer's toilet articles can be found
at the Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Town property, improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real profit profit-bringing
bringing profit-bringing investments.
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Entered In the postoffice at Ocala,
Fla., as second class mail matter.
EDITORS .1XD RAILWAY ADS
We agree with our contemporaries
that the railroads should be made to
publish their tables, and this would be
a good time for the Florida solona to
make this a law. Brooksville Argus
Wouldn't. Is be just as fair to compel
the newspapers to publish the sched-
. Tka v-a I Ivsci .-3 a wrtill rlaHlr fill"
nish the "copy" no doubt and pay the
postage. But when legislators (dis
pleased because they couldn't collect
mileage and ride on passes at the same
time), have decreed that the roads
could not pay for advertisements with
the transportation, which they have to
sell. would it be fair or right or just
to force them to pay out thousands of
dollars every year for the information
r,t nowsnatifr subscribers. The law
that directly-forbade the exchange of
transportation for advertising not only
deprives the newspaper readers of
something that the editor "would be
glad to give them, ir he could afiora n,
but also prevents the editor from in indulging
dulging indulging In an occasional little trip
editors don't get away from their
desks very often and la .a reflection
upon the integrity of the profession.
The Star doesn't think the railroads
should be compelled to advertise the'r
time tables unless they see fit. The
public has just as much right to expect
a newspaper to print a schedule for
nothing as it has to expect a railroad
to publish it and pay for it unless it
wants to. A railroad has a right to
the same privilege that an individual
has in regard to its advertising. ut
the Times-Union misrepresents the
legislators who enacted the anti-pass
law. It Is an obvious untruth to say
that they were displeased, because they
couldn't collect mileage" and ride on
passes at the same time. The fact of
it is that that was the very thing they
could have done, and they were both
wise and patriotic : when they put a
stop to it. The Star hopes that the
pass system, so far from being restor
ed to its old-time proportions, will be
-Btill further reduced. Twenty years
ago, nearly every newspaper man In
Florida was riding on a pass, and it
was almost impossible to have a word
printed In behalf of the people and
against the railroads. The pass ss ss-tern
tern ss-tern was abused on both sides, he
railroads virtually owned the papers,
and not only editors but at. their dela delation
tion delation j, and' friends were riding free.
Also, legislators, lawyers and every everybody
body everybody else who had a pull, untmat
least a third of the population v
pushing passes at the conductors. I
a good thing all around that it has
been restricted as far as it has, and it
should be restricted still more It is
yet in practice more than the public
knows. The law Is evaded, and. not a
few newspaper men and others ride
practically free. If a railroad wants
to keep a newspaper quiet, its easy to'
give it a mileage book, and nobody
outside of headquarters can prove that
said book isn't paid for in cash. But
you won't notice that newspaper say saying
ing saying anything against that railroad. Let
pass system and give them a few more
turns if possible.
So far as the Star can see "editors
get away from their desks' about as
often as they ever did, and some of
them are better off because they don't
have to accept pay for advertising
space in. passes that they don't really
SORRY FOR THE WROXG MAN
It can well be Imagined that Claude
was mad all through when he found
that he was so small a potato. Hadn't
he promised the boys In the woods
that he would turn things topsy turvey
if only he could reach Washington?
Hadn't his admiring friends among the
newspaper boys of the state heralded
hAs departure for the seat of govern government
ment government and predicted that the 'earth
would tremble when he landed? Sure,
these things had happened, and one
can well imagine his chagrin and
anger when he found that his arrival
on the scene, so far from stirring
things from bottom to top, did not
even create a ripple on the surface.
Officials came and went about their
duties just as though nothing had hap happened,
pened, happened, the sun rose In its accustomed
place and the earth remained firm
under foot. It has doubtless been a
trying experience for Mr. L'Engle and
we feel sorry for him. Starke Tele
The Telegraph is sorry for the wrong
man. It should be sorry for its editor,
who is either unfair or silly in draw drawing
ing drawing such a deduction from what was
obviously a joke. It is one of the
thinsrs that so to prove that there are
a number of newspaper men in Flor
ida who do not intend to give Mr.
L'Elngle a fair show in his attempts to
serve the people faithfully. Not able
to f.nd anything official, they take one
of his outspoken utterances and try to
twist it out of shape in order to make
a point against him. Claude is big
enough and the people know him well
enough to despise these things, but the
Star is sorry to see 'Gene Mathews in
dulge in such picayunish tactics.
THIS READS DIFFERENTLY
svpral of our state naDers have
printed' dispatches telllig of the ab
ject apology of Speaker Farris for his
censure of the Times-Union corres
pondent. The Star thought Mr. Farris
had good reason to censure the Times
I'liion! and was sumrlsed to see that
he had backed down. So it was gla
to see in the Pensacola Journal, which
is represented in Tallahassee by Frank
I. Huffaker. the following which reads
more like it thinks should be:
Tallahassee. April 14. Newspaper
editors, who are members of the House
of Representatives, emphatically de denied
nied denied statements that Speaker Farris
today reflected upon any newspaper
other than the Florida Times-Union in
speaking of a resolution condemning
that paper for reflecting upon the
House committee on railroads and
telegraph, for its quick action on the
mental anguish bill.
Farris did not even mention the cor correspondent
respondent correspondent of the paper, but referred
to the paper alone and c'ted its well well-known
known well-known championship of the corporate
cause, it being owned by the Florida
East Coast and the Seaboard Air Line
"I did not for one moment think of
critlcistingr the correspondents here,
nor of muzzling the press in any way
and want the newspapers of the 6tate
to know it." said Sneaker Farrs to-
night. "Any statement maa? to tnai
effect Will be made lor the purpose or
Injuring me. and while I do not care
what the corporation controlled paper3
say or think, I do not want the honest
newspapers of the tate to he fooled.
The day of lobbying impositions is
over in Tallahassee and a howl is nat
urally coming from the lobbyists and
the newspapers supporting them."
WILLIS MOORE NO LOXGER
CONTROLS THE WEATHER
Willis L. Moore, chief of the weather
bureau, whose resignation has been in
President Wilson's hands to become
e.frcr-tivn Tniv 21. was summarily re-
movftd from office Wednesday charged
with Carious irregularities. We pre presume
sume presume the irregularities refer to the
weather we have had this spring. If
the responsibility for it can be traced
to lloore, he should not only be fired
but fined all his worldly goods will
STANDS BY III PARTY.
A dispatch from Washington says
that Senator Nathan P. Bryan of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, after mature deliberation, has is issued
sued issued a statement relative to the tariff
on Florida fruit products and reached
the conclusion that he would support
the. regular Democratic tariff bill as
prepared in the senate and finally sub submitted
mitted submitted to that body by the finance
committee for passage.
For several days Senator Bryan has
been receiving letters and telegrams
from persons at home asking that he
lend his efforts to have the former
duty restored. To these he has re replied
plied replied in the statement just referred to,
that he is a Democrat, and that he
believes in the Democratic doctrine of
a tariff for revenue only. He says he
believes in upholding the principles of
the Democritic party at air times and
under all circumstances, andthat no
matter how much he would Itfte to
vote to restore the former duty on
products raised in his own state, that
he feels, after careful consideration of
the matter, that he should follow the
policy just outlined.
In the recent committee assign assignments
ments assignments in the United States Senate, fol following
lowing following the reorganization of that body,
Senator Nat P. Bryan of this state re received
ceived received a deserved recognition of his
ability and fidelity, lie was put upon
eight committees and made chairman
of the committee on claims. His com committee
mittee committee assignments are as follows:
Appropriations, postofflces and post
roads, naval affairs, claims, pensions,
industrial expositions, the coast and
insular survey, and the committee to
investigate trespasses on Indian lands.
the Star calls, attention to the pe petition
tition petition regarding sthe early closing
movement in another column. It Is a
good move, and thfe Star hopes it will
go through. The feople can help it on
immensely by dXing their trading
early, particularly! the farmers, who
can assist the cleVks to a very large
extent by taking some other afternoon
than Thursday to do .their trading.
The Jacksonville Metropolis, under
scare heads, tells of human sacrifices
that took place in Florida long ago.
That is nothing of special comment.
Human sacrifices are going on in Flor Florida
ida Florida every day under c'rcumstances far
more dreadful to the victims and their
friends than the clubs, stone axes or
flint knives that ended the lives of the
savages centuries ago. The day when
human sacrifices shall cease seems yet
The seven-passenger Oldsmobile of
F. J. O'Hara, of 1521 Main street, col collided
lided collided with a street car at the corner of
Fourth and Laura streets, at about
11:50 o'clock last n'ght. The machine
was turned over and completely wreck wrecked,
ed, wrecked, while Mr. O'Hara, S. G. Burrelle, a
chef at the SeminoLe hotel, his wife,
who is cashier in the Indian room, and
Miss Helen Green, a manicurist who
lives, at the Hotel Jackson, narrowly
escaped death. Jacksonville Metrop Metropolis.
Mr. O'Hara has many friends n Mar Marion
ion Marion county, who regret to hear of bis
accident, but are glad that it was no
w:orse. Mr. O'Hara says that the ac accident
cident accident was the fault of the street car
company, and he will sue It for the
damage to his auto, which is said to
be the largest in Jacksonville. 4
The Daughters of the American Rev
olution, now in session in Washington,
are having their annual row over ihe
It looks to the Star like the demo
crat'c majority in the House has some
how come into possession of the steam
roller used by the Taf t forces in the
late unlamented republican national
convention. If it isn't the same one, it
is one of similar efficacy.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pratt motored
up from Lake Weir Wednesday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mrs. Pratt is an attractive
young bride who is being cordially re received
ceived received by the friends of her husband.
No man gets quite the same full
sense of manhood out of a house some
other person owns that he does from
the ownership of his own home. Mi
3 cans Van Camp's soup ... 25c
Mince Skat. 25c
Sunbeam shrimp . 25c
lb Soda..... 5c
2 cans small flat Salmon. 35c
M "large "
" tall Salmon...
" Argo large Salmon.
M Ocean Gem tall 99
Hotel Astor Coffee
40 cts. per Pound
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
EAtitiY CLOSIVO MOVES ALONG
I'rottpeet &ood that
Men Will SIr
All Our Bunlne
We, the undersigned merchants and
business men of the city of Ocala,
agree to close our stores and places of
business at 1 o'clock Thursdays and 6
o'clock during the week, except Sat Saturdays,
urdays, Saturdays, beginning on Thursday. May
1st, 1913, and continuing till the last
Thursday in September:
Knight & Lang.
Mclaughlin & Tolar.
Mclver & MacKay.
Hayes & Guynn.
The Ocala Bazaar.
Marion Hardware Co.
J. G. McCrory Co.
A. K. Burnett.
W. If. Marsh.
R. M. Giles, 6:20.
K. G. Rivers & Co.
V. C. Detterich.
' W. F Blesch.
J. A. Chandler.
P. If. Perkins.
Todd & Company.
A. C. Leggett.
II. ST Chambers.
Marion Furniture Co.
Counts Grocery Co.
O. K. Teapot, 6:30.
J. R. White, 6:30.
M. V. Sampson. ......
Edward P. Martin.
L. W. Harley & Bro.
Helvenston & Pasteur, 6:30.
F. K. Powers.
Ocala Seed Store.
M. Frank, if all D. G. agree.
Haycraft and DeCamp.
Miss Mary Affleck.
L. J. Blalock & Bro.
A. M. Lansford.
Chas. M. Lucas.
Mrs. Minnie Bostick.
H. A. Waterman, 6:30.
Ocala Gas Co.
POSITION OF THE PRESS
In Retfard to Publlghingr the Nw Ap Appreciated
preciated Appreciated by the Ocala
To the Ocala Press: At the last
meeting of the Marion County Medical
Society, the attitude of the Ocala press
In so kindly withholding the names' of
physicians from news items in a pro professional
fessional professional way, was generally com commended
mended commended and a committee was appointed
to express the gratitude of the society
toward the papers for such kind con consideration
sideration consideration of their wishes in this mat matter.
ter. matter. It is the unanimous and sincere wish
of the society that this attitude to towards
wards towards the physicians shall continue
and on our part we wish to assure you
of our hearty good will and cheerful
support in all matters pertaining to
the public welfare.
Committee from the Marlon
County Medical Society.
Ocala, Fla.. April 16, 1913.
A beautiful home wedding was sol solemnized
emnized solemnized last evening at 6 o'clock at
the handsome residence of Mr, and Mrs.
J. E. T. Bowden, 920 Riverside ave
nue, Jacksonville, when their charm- i
ing daughter, Miss Lucy Elliott Bow Bowden,
den, Bowden, was united in the holy bonds of
matrimony to Mr. Mai H. Haughton.
The happy couple left last night for
a brief wedding trip to Green Cove
Springs, and on their return will be at
home to their friends at 920 River Riverside
side Riverside avenue, where they will reside
with the bride's parents Times-Union.
WOODMAR RESIDENCE FOR RENT
My home at Woodmar on Lake Wreir
is for rent for the months of June, July
and August, completely furnished. Ap
ply to J. G. Lege, Eastlake, Fla. 4-16-tf
VELVET BEAKS 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
FOR RENT Offices in Holder build
ing. Apply to Davis & Martin.
Miss Jessie Wilson, now ot the White
House, is advertised to speak in Bal
timore to aid in raising a fund for a
college. But why should a young worn
an exploit her father's position for any
purpose? Jacksonville Times-Union.
The poor old T.-U. has a hard time
find'ng ways of striking at President
Wilson. Sometimes it is through Bry Bryan
an Bryan and again in a silly statement like
this. Miss Jessie Wilson was doing
public Work of this kind Jong before
her father was ever thought of for
president. M'ami Metropolis.
If weather conditions permit, Rev
W. H. Coleman will preach at Fellow
ship Christian church next Sunday aft
ernoon at 3 o'clock. Everybody wel
OFFICE FOR RENT
A good front office on ground floor,
well adapted for insurance, physician
real estate, etc Apply to R. E.
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
WORLD'S ALMAXAC AT BALLARD'S
New 1913 World's Almanac, Just re
ceived; 35 cents at Ballard's News
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.
Rear of Marcus Frank's
Day Phone 10
Two Vaudeville Acta, Five Heel, Inau Inauguration
guration Inauguration Picture, Temple Tonight
Another big how tonight. Two acts
of vaudeville and five reels of fine pic pictures.
tures. pictures. Loui.e Buckley and Company
w4Ii open the'r three days' engage engagement
ment engagement with a side-splitting comedy
Irish act, entitled "Barney's Babies."
These people come -highly recommend recommended,
ed, recommended, and their thre nights" changes are
all feature acts. Miss Louise Buckley
will also do a single act tonight.
Among the pictures will be "The In Inauguration
auguration Inauguration of President Wilson and
this is a feature you do not want to
miss. Show starts at 6:30 promptly;
plenty of time to see a full show be before
fore before the band concert.
L K ELAND WILL ENTERTAIN
THE NEXT GRAND LODGE
Palatka, April 17. The Grand Lodge j
of Odd Fellor.s yesterday afternoons1
concluded its session in this city. Lake-1,!
land was chosen for the next meeting
and the following officers were elect-1
Grand master, J. W. Blanding of I
Deputy grand master, M. M. Little of j
U. Lathrop of
Grand secretary, A. M. Cushman
Grand treasurer, W. A. Holtshauser
of St. Petersburg. j
Grand representative, C D. Rinehart
of Jacksonville. I
ELKS' STATE OFFICERS
Tallahassee, April 17. The Florida
Elks Association has elected the fol- j
lowing officers: G. A. Muller. of Miami,;
Dresiaeni: j. h. Trutnn. or (in niv first
vice president; Forest Lake, of San San-ford,
ford, San-ford, second vice president; H, M. Hunt,
of Key West, secretary; W.'Ll Bates, of
Ivey West, treasurer; L. A. Spencer, of
Orlando, chaplain; H. F. Leeks, of San-
NORMAN P. SEARS.
Mr. Norman P. Sears passed away atjmisses' ready to wear dresses at Rheln Rheln-tlie
tlie Rheln-tlie home of Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Wash- I auer's Ad..
burn on Tuesday morning, April 15.j
His health had been failing for a year! Don'tbe surprised If you nave an at at-or
or at-or more and he had been confined to!tack of rheumatism th's spring. Just
hi.s.bed the most of the time for seve- j rub tne affected parts freely with
r.il months. Chamberlain's Liniment and It will
Mr. Sears was born in Gt. Barring- j soon, disappear. For sale by all deal deal-ton,
ton, deal-ton, Mass., and if be had lived untilers- Adv.
August, he would have been 55 years of,
ai;ii- Her photograph that a girl thinks
He was married in Massachusetts, (looks just like her is one her own
but lived in Nebraska for several j mother wouldn't be able to recognize.
years. Two children survive him, one
a son of thirteen, who is living !n j Most di?ease comes rrom germsi Kill
Monterey, Mass., and was only a month! the germs and you kill d'sease. Con Conoid
oid Conoid when his mother died, the other key's Nox-i-Cide mixed with water. Is
son, X. P. Sears, Jr., is somewhere in
Florida, but his friends have been un unable
able unable to locate him.
Mr. Sears also leaves three sisters,
two in Massachusetts and one in Ed Ed-gar,
gar, Ed-gar, Wisconsin, and a host of friends
to mourn his death.
There were many beautiful floral
tributes, among which was a floral
offering from Belleview W. C. T. U.
. SIARIO.Y.DUXNT MASON IC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evening sx of each month at 7:30
o'clock, until further notice.
C, E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad,
water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
(makes you feel bad. Get rid of it
Use Dike's Quinine and Sage Hair quickly by takings dos of HERBINE.
Tonic once a week on your head and I It drives out impurities in the stomach
enjoy a healthy, clean scalp. You will I and bowels and you feel better Immedi Immedi-flnd
flnd Immedi-flnd this excellent tonic at the Court ately. Price SO cents. Sold by all
Pharmacy. Adv. I dealers. av
- ... ; ' vl
J. F. JENKINS,
: General EelEdliiigf Coittracfogs
Office and Warehouse on Osceola St, One Block northeast of Government Bldg.
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING IN BUILDING CONSTRUCTION.
Hydrated Lime, No Waste, Cost of Slacking Eliminated.
Portland Cement, Fresh and Pure. Hard Plaster Direct from the Mill.
Brick, Full size and Plenty. Sewer Pipe and Fittings First Quality.
Clear, southwest wind. x
iiinimum temperature, 45 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 77 degrees.
Average, 65 degrees.
Fair tonight and Friday.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. -Adv.
j "My little son had a very severe cold,
was recommended to try Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, and before a small bot-
tie was finished he was as well as
ever," writes Mrs. IL Silks. 29 Dowling
street, Sydney, Australia, This remedy
is for sale by all dealers. Adv.
Solid and filled cnains, the best for
the money, and guaranteed as repre represented.
sented. represented. A. E. Burnett Ad.
Pickard's fine hand-painted china at
iBurnett, the jeweler's. Ad.
Season's latest styles and ladies' and
cheap and effective. For poultrymen,
stockmen and housekeepers. Guaran Guaranteed
teed Guaranteed by Ocala Seed Store, tues-fri 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.
For first class automoDTle service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices, to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad.
Rheinauer's is the place to find the
best makes and most popular prices of
ladies' and children's shoes. Ad..
If VOll AAt sniTiAthln? r7Vi.i dlci cry o a
i roitv, t
through. It's a slow
Of Five Rooms each, well located,
New Houses close in, all located on
corner lots. Always rented for
$15. each per month. For Sale at
on part of
over all expenses.
sell one or all
at once if you want the property,
for it is a Bargain and will be sold
G. K. WILLIAMS,
THE COMING OF SPMMGHME
MEANS THE C0IIING OF MANY OTHER TfflFiGS
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 stock:
lee Cream Freezers
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
Call up Phone 300 and Let
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Onr Lines
Am vie employ niiae but expert ve are la poU!oa to g-uaraatr ev every
ery every piece of nork we ronnfruct to Maori the inpeotlou of the mo
rlKld lupetor. It eontft ootblnic to Ret our flgntrea, nsd yon trr Ik
nlnvrr, whether ve secure the oontraet or not. Give u a trial.
fr'OKT KIM BLOCK
gj ZSLr K ,. V.- la Xir
E. M. WILLIAMS
Mailing and Crex Rugs
Big Porch Rockers
and Garden Tools
us Give an Estimate on Your
1 Ii ii Yl Ii H 'I
OCALA STAR, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1915
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VIOIMSCY. IS OECURE
in ou?' Sank
A banker in Ohio is responsible for the state statement,
ment, statement, that if all the money taken out of his com community
munity community by smooth strangers and "Get-Rich-Quick"
schemes had remained at home, it would pike every
road in the county.
Why do you not put your money safely in your
home bank, where it will help you and everybody
else in your community, and where you can get it
when you want it.
DO YOUR BANKING AVITH US
We Pay 4 per ccnl Interest en Savings Accounts
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
Hand concert tonight-
Masons meet this evening.
Icy-Hot bottles at, the Court Pharm Pharmacy.
acy. Pharmacy. -Adv.
Two vaudeville acts, fire reel, at the
Temple- tonight. Adv.
Mr and Mrs Harry Martel of Chicago
were at the Harrington ?ast night.
Mr. William Hocker has been 111 for
a day or two at his residence.
SIX ROOM COTTAGE FOR RENT
Apply to Mrs. R. D. Fuller. 1-5
R. I. Clark of Inverness was at the
Ocala House last night.
Mr. E. K Stapp has returned from a
visit to Palatka.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
P. E. Bostick of Micanopy was at the
Ocala House last night.
Empty headed men can
get full in no
C. Blowers of Pineville, Ky., was
at the Ocala IIcruTe last night.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
Few people are disappointed in love
until after marriage.
Two vaudeville acts, five reels, at the
Temple tonight. Adv.
Happiness often consists of getting
the things we don't want.
"Inauguration of President Wilson"
pictures Temple tonight. Adv..
Travel broadens some, but
can remain home and get fat.
I'rosram of the Muniral Eatertalament
for TbL Kvenlac
The following program will be given
by the Metropolitan band this evening,
at S o'clock.
"Star Spangled Banner."
So. 1. March, "Blaze of Glory"
No. 2. Overture, "Lutsiel" Keler-Bela.
No. 3. Idyl. -The Glow Worm"
No. 4. Medley overture, "Bit3 4t
Remiek'. Hits" J. Bodewalt Larape
No. 3. March,
Glenn W. Ashley.
No. 6. Overture,
Girl' Arr. by C. W
No. 7. Waltzes.
No. 8. Selection. "The Broken Idol
Egbert Van Alstyne.
A. E. Gerig. Director.
THE HAXD CONCERT
The toiler who has done his toil.
Will be on the courthouse soil
Autos will be on the square
By the dozens I declare.
Lustred up so bright and fair,"
The merchant in his very best,
Will be there to take his rest,
The band will give melodious strain
Drooping hearts wUl lift again;
'Twill kiss away each ache and pain,
Mr. Gerig with his wand,
Will inspire the Ocala band.
The stand will be an anvil glee.
Will cast the sparks of melody
That suit the sweethearts to the T.
W. Lloyd Hughes.
AT THE HOSPITAL
Mrs. Lon Griggs is improving daily.
Mrs. Gibson and Mrs. Boyles are stead steadily
ily steadily recovering from their operations.
IjADIES PRAYER CIRCLE
Sometimes the only man who comes
out ahead in a lawsuit is the lawyer.
TRANSFER .VXD FHiKl'SlOOF STORAGE
COLUER UROS.. Proprietors.
Teams for Light
and Heavy Hsuilng.
upciior to Plaster
or dUi?p in
Qua!i y or Price.
Nearly every woman you see coming
out of a grocery is chewing something.
The Ladies prayer circle will meet
tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock in the
church, Mrs. W. H. Dodge
LOVAL TEMPERANCE LEGION
The L. T. L, met Wednesday after afternoon
noon afternoon in the park facing Mrs. Moor-
Two vaudeville acts, five reels, at the head's home. The proceedings were
Temple tonight, Adv. jvery interesting and enjoyed by all who
-1 ; attended. Seven new members were
iieclcs hard water soap, ten cents ; added. The next meeting of the L. T.
per cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.
HEADQUARTERS FOlt WffiE FENCE.
We, have' just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN
Wire Fencing, staples und Hay vire and are in a position, to
make some attractive prices on it. We are the only dealers
in thi3 section of the country that handle this brand of fence and
'have (femon -.t rate S hi the put tn,u it i-absolutclv tti in-sr,
strongest fence on the market, arid running it as we have in
competition with the many inferior grades of wire fence. We
have had some phenomenal sales on it and made many friends
and customers. Give us your orders, if the goods don't make
good we will. .
taiWiWIff i HI ?jm-j-Mj.-iaCTgMraaw nw I mum in
"Inauguration of I'resident Wilson"
pictures Temple tonight. Adv.
take place Wednesday, April
W. N. McRae and M. F. Vereen
Moultrie, Ga., were at the Harring
Nyal's Corn Remover
ItEIiniCK KNIGHTS CONFER HANKS
If you have any Items for this de department,
partment, department, call Phone 106.
Encasements Announced at a Beautiful
The Reddick lodge K. of P.. which is
a strong and growing organization,
j had work in the first and second ranks
j Wednesday night, making two pages
actually re-, and threje esquires. The Reddick
moves. 2oc. at both Gerig drug itores. jknightsX wereXaided by the following
Adv. from OcVla: Jhdse William Gober. D.
A chauffeur never breaks tha speed
record when he is riding in thelunder- Strickland, A. f.M. Lansford. Chas. K.
taker's conveyance. 'Sage, Charles Goddard. Tat Winfree
land Frank etberbee. After the work
Shoe polish. We nave anything you I was over, the knights of both lodges
need for shoes in stock at the Court enjoyed a" succulent nurlo. cooked in
Pharmacy. Adv. j genuine Reddick style. v
ii in rj u tfA i-n
The county judge has issued a mar marriage
riage marriage license to Mr. John Henry Press Press-ly
ly Press-ly and Mrs. M. E. Adams.
ROOMS FOR IENT Large, cool,
furnished rooms for rent. Apply to
Mrs. T. H.. Wallis, 116 South 2nd St.
Young Frying Sized Chickens, in Limited Quantity
3S Cents Per; Pdiuid
Dressed Extra Fine and I Want You to Try Them
NininF RFFF.PnRV SKil MIITTfifLRFIFRV flVSTFRS FTP
UllUIUL ULLI I Ullll nilU UJUIIUll, UULLHI, uiuiliiu; Dr. George Creekmore of Citra and
n- O A 1 -11 A -J.Dr' W- H- Henl"y f ke Welr were in
f irSL laSS Service bSUrCU ailU Will jpieumit; yUUl UaUC. town today. Each brought a patient
o the hospital.
D. N. Dorr of Juliette and W
Dorr of Dunnellon were at the Ocala
House last night, lOl
Pearl tooth brushes are sold at
Gerig's drug stores at 25c. and guar guaranteed.
anteed. guaranteed. Adv.
The popular little Ideal had a pack packed
ed packed house last night and the pictures
and music were extra good.
FOR RENT Pleasant room. Large.
Two beds. Close" in. Gentlemen. Ad
dress, Reasonable, care Star.
Call phone No. 28f ror your quick
delivery service when in need of drugs,
prescriptions or toilet articles. Adv.
Phone 108 W. II. MARSH, City Market
(2 yn: c
The, popular Airdome is again open
every evening, and it is a mighty
handy place to stray into during the
i.OT On or near the courthouse, a
large book on operative surgery by
Burden. Suitable reward for return to
Star office. 4-1T
GLASSES LOST A pair of gold rim
glasses lost on street between ten cent
store and postoffice. Finder please re return
turn return same to the ten cent store. 4-17
The Star sincerely regrets to learn of
the death at St. Paris, O., of Mrs. E. P.
Kemp. Mrs. Kemp spent the last two
winters in Ocala. Her husband had a
position with Mr. W. F. Blesch and was
a visitor to Tulula Lodge I. O. O F.
and Ocala Lodge K. of P,
Mr. George Rentz is having his home
on South Third street painted.
Arrangements are being made for
races at the fair grounds Thursday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. May 1. There will be at least
one colt race and a pacing race; also,
it is believed that a mule race will be
pulled off. There will be lots of fun
if the arrangements are completed.
Two vaudeville acts, five reels, at the
Temple tonight. Adv.
Messrs. H. W. Tucker, Charlie Gates
;and Otto Schwartz went flshinsr In Half
ey making proposition. References Moon lake yesterday. Mr. Tucker
must oe given. i-JureKa unemicai uo., jsn't hragcin-
FOR RENT Furnished rooms in
modern home, for couple or two young
men. With board or without. Phone
The Thalians, Ocala's young Thes Thespians,
pians, Thespians, expected to go to Palatka, to fill
a date tonight, but it has been post
poned a week.
Local agents wanted to handle mon-
Mr. Sim Christian has been taking
around tlie petition for early closing,
and working very earnestly in support;
of the movement, j
Today at 11 o'clock. Mass Mary Bur-
ford was the lovelj" rfostaess of a beau
tiful luneheon, which se gave at the
handsome home' of he parents. Col.
and Mrs. R. ABurfof on Fort KinK
avenue, to formally announce the en engagement
gagement engagement and approaching marriage
of two of her closst friends, MUs
Eli7abeth Claudia Xe.wsom to Mr. Rich Richard
ard Richard Daniel Dodge and Miss Sarah
Louise Davis to Ir.C3ifford B. Aver-
-Trie guests went unto ecstaeies over
the exquisite decorations of the din'ng
room, as they entered. Pink was the
color scheme. Strings of hearts wen
looped from the upper corners of the
room to the asparagus twined chande chandelier,
lier, chandelier, from which fell a dainty shower
of hearts and ribbons around a sus suspended
pended suspended Cupid. The lights were shaded
with pink and fern was banked on the
-fmantle and sideboard and amidst it
were pink shaded candles burning.
Caught to the cloth just below the
edge of the table was a ribbon fro;n
which hung hearts of various sizes and
at the four corners were' loops of hearts
and ribbons. Fragrant pink roses in
two cut glass bowls and a tall cut glass
vase and two glass candlesticks with
burning candles were on the table.
Also bon-bon dishes filled with salted
almonds and mints.
Seated at each end of the table were
the brides-elect and on either side, the
hostess. Mrs. James Taylor, Mrs. Mary
Dodge Maddox. Mrs. C. R. Kreger,
Misses Alice Bullock. Minnie Stovall.
Marguerite Porter, Annie Davis, Fanny
Robinson and Hope Robinson, each be being
ing being an intimate friend of the guests of
honor. At each place was a tiny light lighted
ed lighted candle, the base of which rested 'n
crepe paper rosebuds and immediately
after all had been seated twelve paper
hearts, saturated with an acid, and
apparently blank on both sides, were
brought in, but when burned the
"Dr. Ayer-Sara Davis"
."Richard Dodge-Elizabeth Xewsom"
were revealed. Dame Rumor had pre prepared
pared prepared the guests for news, but failed
to state dates and details. Miss Davis
and Miss Xewsom were showered with
all good wishes for a most happy wed
ded life and were the center of con conversation
versation conversation all during the luncheon."
Booklets adorned with Cupids mark marked
ed marked the places and in them was the fol following
lowing following menu, suggestive of the oc occasion:
casion: occasion: Ambrosia, puffed hearts (stuff (stuffed
ed (stuffed crabs in heart-shaped ramekins)
engagement ring (rings of tomato Jel Jelly)
ly) Jelly) love in a cottage (cottage made of
cheese straws, filled with chicken
salad) united hearts (bread and butter,
heart-shaped, sandwiches) spiced
sweetness (peach pickle) man's love,
(the main course) cold hearts (cream
served in heart ramekins) sweethearts,
heart-shaped cake) nectar (coffee)
fond remembrance (heart candies with
Little square baskets filled with
flowers were presented the guests as
Miss Burford fulfilled the duties of
jan ideal hostess admirably and for her
luncheon, perfect in its appointments,
;even to the minutest detail, she looked
I unusually sweet and attractive, wear wear-ling
ling wear-ling a blue embroidered swiss with lace
trimmings. Miss Newsom's pretty dress
'was of white, blue-striped voile, trim trim-J
J trim-J med with ratine, small blue crystal
outtons ana lace, with wnich was
worn a blue hat with Nell rose trim trimmings.
mings. trimmings. Miss Davis was lovely in a
French cotton crene. made with Rus-
jsian blouse effect, trimmed with Ter Ter-Jsian
Jsian Ter-Jsian embroidery and a collar of hand-
........ r, j some Maderia. embroidery. Her hat
Ia!i.(, Lye, I,ur, .ose ami Throat. M
1 -. s ; . j 1 i , a
iiiiu iiinuiifu wiui iiiiporieu iioweis.
Xo announcement of the year will
be received with more cordial and sin
cere interest than the above, owing to
the extreme popularity of the four
young people. Miss Newsom is the eld
est daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. V.
Xewsom. She was born and has grown
to young womanhood in Ocala. Her
characteristics' are all beautiful and
combined with the inherited benev benevolence
olence benevolence characterizing her parents, she
will ably assist her young husband in
his ministerial duties. Miss Davis is a
niece of Mrs. G. T. Maughs and has
made her home with her uncle and
aunt since early girlhood. She pos possesses
sesses possesses a graciousness of manner which
has won for her a large circle of
friends wherever she has gone, is a
talented musician and a graduate of
the Ocala High School. Mr. Dodge is
the youngest son of Dr. and Mrs. W. H.
Dodge, and like his father, will be a
Presbyterian minister. In three weeks
he will be given a degree from the
Union Theological Seminary at RIcn
mond. Va., and has already accepted
a church at Cape Charles, Va., going
th'ere shortly after his marriage on
June the eleventh. Dr. Aver is a uc
cevsful and popular young 'lentist. He
has a host of friends and is prominent
ly identified with the club and social
circles of Ocala. Mi.s Xewsom will be
married at home and Miss Davis is
undecided whether her marnage will
occur at home or at church, but it will
take place the week fellowing Mi.s
Numbers of parties are being planned
in their honor and the two intervening
:).nths will be filled with gaieties.
often gives you much discomfort when you realize
that your insurance policies or other valuable papers
Faulty memory, fire, theft and dishonesty may
result in loss some day of valuable documents, se securities,
curities, securities, contracts, jewels or other valuables. Why
should you take the risk? A safe deposit box, secure
and convenientcan be secured for from $5 per year
up. Store your silverwear and other valuables in
our safety deposit vaults during your vacation.
THE OCALA" NATION AL"-
CAPITA! FULL PAIJ IX t75.
H. D. STOKES. Cashier.
EDWARDS, Pre. CLARENCE CA1CP, YIc Pri.
ion the one burning down first belongs
to the next bride or groom. If true,
one of the honorees. Miss Skipworth,
will be the next, and best wishes were
immediately extended along with hopes
that Ocala would be her future home.
Passed with the coffee were poppers.
filled with whistle's r-ar an.l t Vi a lilra
. .... - .. v 4 v y
and for a while there was a veritahJtt veritahJtt-bedlam.
bedlam. veritahJtt-bedlam. After dinner an hour or more was
pleasantly spent, some playing fcards
and others enjoying the .moonlight
from the broad verandas, after which
the men returned home while the la ladies
dies ladies remained until today.
Miss Sawtell's parties ar always
lovely and the dinner last evt-hing will
he numbered among the loveliest af affairs
fairs affairs given fo rthe twt popular visit
ors while in Ocala.
W. TompkTrrs.J. H.'Dunn, Jake Brown.
Grover McCUf'rt." C. B.
out and rubbered
To see what the fashions might he.
Rrt when she got there
Tl e ladies were bare
nich caused Mother Hubbard
IJH. V. K. LXE,
Of.lcc, Lar,- Library "BWg.. Ocala.
and Mr. Schwartz had
i very had luck indeed, but Mr. Gates
made the biggest catch of his life.
Mr. S. S. Duval returned this morn morning
ing morning from a ten days' visit to the east
coast, going as far down as Key West,
FOR SALE Rambler 34-horsepower,
foredoor touring car, also auto truck.
Address, Geo. R. Xeedham, Leesburg,
and left again this morning for St. Pe-
itersburg, in the interest of the Rentz
The Baptist Sunday school class of
Mrs. C. L West will hold a candy sale
at the bandstand Friday afternoon at
3 o'clock. The proceeds will be used
towards furnishing the new class room.
IF YOU ARE PUTTING UP A KOUGH BUILDING WE
HAVE FOR YOU ROUGH HEAVY BUILDER'S HARDWARE
THAT WILL STAND ROUGH HARD WEAR.
IF YOU ARE BUILDING A HOME WE HAVE FOR YOU
FINE ORNAMENTAL TRIMMINGS THAT YOU WILL BE
PROUD OF. NO MATTER WHAT YOU WANT IN HARD-WARE-REMEMBER
WE HAVEIT FOR YOU
r ft o ITT?
Mr. and Mrs. H. Martel are in town
for a few days. Mr. Martel is here mak making
ing making arrangements for the coming of the
C. W. Park show, which will be here all
"Inauguration of President Wilson
pictures Temple tonight. Adv.
j RIXG LOST A plain gold class ring
; somewhere between the residence of
, Mr. J. R. Moorhead and the high school
ibuilding. A suitable reward will be
'given for its return to this office. 4-1"?
Two vaudeville acts, five reels.
Temple tonight. Ady.
Captain Inglis yacht Tuna, on wnich
The Temple theater is offering our
p ople some unexcelled attractions
this week. The Hillyers. who have
been appearing in vaudeville there
for the past three evenings, have a
very meritorious act, and many people
liked their act so well that they went
to see and hear them every night. Last
night the feature Aim, "The Strength
of Men," having been released less
than three weeks ago by the manufac
turers, was shown to a packed house,
and many said it was the best picture
Mr. Green had had. Mr Alfred Turner
was the fortunate winner of the "gold
watch given away by -the Hillyers. Mr.
Green has a vaudeville act for the re remainder
mainder remainder of the week that comes high highly
ly highly recommended and will show the In Inauguration
auguration Inauguration of President Wilson to-
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. ChamberV cele
brated the anniversary of theirV mar
riage last evening, i hey took a ium
ber of their young friends to he
pie. and after seeing the show wen
autos to a pietxiresque spot out on the
Belleview road, where around a big
fire they enjoyed a bountiful and tooth toothsome
some toothsome lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Chambers
guests were Mrs Blocker, Mrs. C.
Green. Misses Susie Morris, Jettle Mc Mc-Conn,
Conn, Mc-Conn, -Dorothy Sherouse, Georgia Long
and Lois Bray, and Mr. Peyton Bailey,
who aided Mr. Chambers in engineer
ing the cars.
Mrs. G. C. Looney left, this afternoon
for a brief visit to friends at Melrose.
Miss Juanita Lytle passed thru the
ntNupL. and J
city last evening from Tallahassee,
where she is a student at the Florida
Female College, for a visit to her home
Slrw Itlilf nn4 Iarlo
A party including some of Otala's
best-looking young folks had a mighty
pleasant time Wednesday evening.
They had a straw ride to Silver Spring
and a happy tim looking at their pic pictures
tures pictures in the raruonlit water and each
others' 'eyesyr CompWnt cooks and
cooksome jmponents" ""hmd been sent
ahead, and corfipiied and served at the
psychological moment a tooth.om
stew of rice Jin d chicken. After sev several
eral several merry Juiurs the young folk re returned
turned returned home. The party consisted of
Mrs. Jessie Ha.ycraft, Mrs. Elmer De De-Camp.
Camp. De-Camp. Misses" lthoda and Justina
Rhody, Kthel and Mary Seymour. Mae
Stein. Mary Sanders and Mary Lou
Luckie. Messrs. Chas. L Fox. S, S.
Geise. Robert Tydfngs. G. G. Poole. Roy
Luckie, Clarence Blalock. Cd Pound.
e Ten Kyck, Gordon Moorhead
Mr. J. X. Watkins of Greenville. S.
C. a cousin of the late W. It. Fuller,
was in Ocala Wednesday, calling on
Misses Eugenia and Annie Benton Ful Fuller
ler Fuller and Mr. William Henry Fuller.
Miss Alice Sexton had the misfortune
to injure her nose in the basketball
game Tuesday between the Juniors and
Misses Lucile Park and Maud Mcin Mcintosh
tosh Mcintosh returned today from a pleasant
visit to friends at the lake.
FY E. McCLANE, rVf. -O.
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
THE Dr. &1CLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL
AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr. 'McClane's Residence. No. 407.
Office Suite 1 to 7, Holder. Block. Southwest Corner Public Square.
tlodern Home, Store and Office Build Building)
ing) Building) Erected at Reasonable Price.
All Kinds of Repair Work Promptly
Plan Furnished With all Work. All
Xo. 38, Sanchez Street
' T" V.ji'. .'t "Zj, 1
FLGRiDA'S LARGEST AND BEST YEAB ROUND HOTEL
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
HOME HOTEL OF THE STATF
'AMERICAN -PLAN $4.00 PER DAY AND UPWARD
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 PER DAY AND UPWARD
i. F. MLSGS. .Vss'l Mqr. THOS. SI. WllSON, Prop, and Algr
Messrs. A. E. Bigrelow, L. R. Chaxal night. The house will be crowded and
and George MacKay are guests of thelyou had best ?o early If you want a
captain, is expected to leave Charles Charleston
ton Charleston for home waters today.
The Ocala Kindergarten, over which
Misses Mary Gates and Frances Row Rowley
ley Rowley so cleverly preside, will celebrate
Froebel's birthday next Monday. Ex Exercises
ercises Exercises will begin at 9 a. m. and will
be most Interesting.
"Inauguration of President Wilson"
pictures Temple tonight. Adv.
Dr. Harry Walters, who regularly
spends Wednesday night in town, re returned
turned returned to Fort McCoy this morning.
Mr. Thomas Ray. Jr.. returned to
Leesburg on the 8:43 train last night
after a brief business trip to Ocala.
"Inauguration of President Wilson"
pictures Temple tonight. Adv.
Dinner filvpn by MIkm Sawtrll
Another lovely affair has been added
to the list which will make memora memorable
ble memorable the first visit of Mis Clarabel Cul Culpepper
pepper Culpepper and Miss Mary Skipworth to
Ocala. The hostess this time was Miss
Ophelia Sawtell, and the occasion was
a seven o'clock dinner given yesterday
at the country home of Capt. and Mrs.
S. Tl. Pylfs.
Miss Sawtell greeted her guests
most cordially, wearing a pretty eve evening
ning evening dress, beautifully fashioned. At
the appointed hour the dining room
door opened and the picture presented
as the guests entered waj most at
tractive. Innumerable lighted candles
placed around the room cast a mellow
glow over the guests as they .sat down
to the long table with its china and
silver, centered with a low arrange arrangement
ment arrangement of gorgeous pink roses in cut
glass resting on a reHector.
Seated at the table were the hostess,
the two honor guests. Misses Clara
Johnson, Kathleen Jackson, Elizabeth
Mizelle, Messrs. O. B. Howse. David
Kirkland, R. M. Curtis, J. M- Thomas,
T. D. Lancaster. Jr., and Dr. Harry
Walters The place cards were adorn adorned
ed adorned with pink roses and each contained
a rhyme, characteristic of its owner.
These clever ditties were from the pen
of the hnstoss At each rdace was a
small candlestick holding a burnin
pink candle and while enjoying the
five courses containing delicious dishes
which individualizes the hostess home,
each was eagerly watching the other's
candle, for tradition says that when
candles are burned on such an occas-
TSr'.'X ;T1 ti -.
A. B. Vance, kigr. direxttor
CAFE IN CONNECTION
Eoropean Plsn, Sl.CO and np
HOOMS AVITH PRIVATE II AT II
Hot and Cold Itunnlnc Vfer mud
Telephone la Ittwiu. Elevlvr
Corner Bay and Hogan streets, "one
block from postofSce. Street cars
from Union Station and 'all steamers
pass the door.
BROADWAY AND 11th ST.
Cleau, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans.
amicus Plan, t2 per day &nd up. European Plan, ILCO pr day mj
Special Weekly Rates.
ChureMM' Co. :
OCA LA EVfcNIXG STAR, Tlll'liSDAY, Al'illL 17, lQld
cervfee jc. janitor, SIO; C R. Veal on
Cotton Plant for work on flue, stove-j
vip and crayon. $2.41; J. J. Guthery on:
Ker.dricfc for sundry expense, 12.90;
A n;erican liouk 'o. m Fort King for!
t b- k for library, S4.-S; J. F. Parker.
session at the office of the superintend-' I-oidinir Homeland district election, onj
nt on Tuesday, April S, l'iZ, with alljConon riant, t. amounting: to $; ila-
menroeM t,reKfcnt and aeur.se as roi- "uwaie v,u.. un special iana ior
.hen ,reKent and actir.se as f ol-' r':' Haraware Co.
1,,-as.: V. I -Canu e ia nuan, B. K. ; ienai ior me lnausiriai
niitch and J. J. Grantham, members, i Fesser.den Academy, 5&0.
and J. IL Drinson. secretary. S The teachers' reports that
Mr. M. M. I'roctor ealled and tender- I were examined
ed hi.-- resignation as trustee of the 1 dered paid.
were in ;
and the accounts or-
jcepted and the patrons r.'i'-
v.'as ae ae-sted
sted ae-sted to
The "county treisurer's report for
j meet nd recommend a su'table person j OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
j to be appointed in his stead for the-Q r A
I unexpired term. 1 0 I I v
A remarkably fascinating story
of a strange bird-man who
holds the world at his
mercynot a story of an avia aviator,
tor, aviator, although aviators play a
prominent part in the final
destruction of this monster.
Harry Irving Greene
Author of "The Lash of Circumstance,
"Barbara of the Snows, etc.
A powerful and thrilling story
of the air our next serial
The Flying Man
Read the first installment which
will soon appear in this paper.
V' v. j
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
ing remains fixed.
Here you will find
a satisfying assort
ment of the world's
ware, novel novelties,
ties, novelties, etc
If you want a
snappy, spark sparkling
ling sparkling gem set ring
at a decided price
For your sweetheart mar married
ried married or otherwise a diamond
solitaire is eminently proper.
Nothing better as an engage
ment or birthday ring; Surprise Father,
Husband or Brother with a nice ring. We
have splendid assortment of gems in up-to-
the-minute ettincs at prices to
suit the thinnest pocket book,Yo
will find rines to suit everyone
men and women and little folks. Call
In now while the stock is complete!
Take no chancea with a pain In the cheat.
Every case of consumption began with that
symptom. Stop tt at once with
It is a Fine Healing Remedy for
Sere Luns, Coughs and
It promptly Checks Inflammation, relaxes tightness, clears the
air passages, restores tone and strength to the bronchial tubes.
Believes hoarseness, irritating coughs, tickling sensations In the
throat; removes congestion and enables the patient to breathe
easily "and rest comfortably at night.
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per Bottle.
Buy the $1-00 size. 7 contains five times as much -as
the 25c size, and you get with each bottle a Dr.
rrerrick's Red Pepper Porous Plaster for the chest.
mm aivva mmim
Eteen Eye Salve l a afe d ipeedy remeiy for Sere Eye.
SOLD BY ALL. OCALCHS
Air. U P. Ilrown, a ntran of the
f.Mk Hill school, called and aked for;
a prmit to patronize the Fairfield
school In the future. Action upon thej
reqae-t was postponed until the next!
Alinutes of the last meeting" were
j rta d and approved as read,
j W. AL Martin, sui.ervi.--or of Lake Lake-',
', Lake-', shle coiorcd kc!:o-1, called ar.-i made -a
f.xtatement about a new school house
they proposed to build and asked for
help from the board. The proposed
building was to cost from $.") to $100
.uiid he was instructed tj have bills of
material made and submitted to deal dealers.
ers. dealers. for prices and the same to be sub submitted
mitted submitted to the board at the next meet meeting
ing meeting for its consideration.
John Holden, colored, with others
from Weir Tark, called to make re request
quest request for assistance in building a house
for school and the establishment of
same at Weir Fark. They were ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Air. A J. Snell, who made
a statement of the situation to the
board. A petition was presented show
ing the number of prospective patrons
and asking for the school. Action was
postponed to the next meeting.
W. Af. Smith,- colored, and other?,
patrons of the Blaze Tond school, call called
ed called and presented a petition asking for
the appointment of the same teacher
that they had last term and also for
the appointment of W. P. Burton as
supervisor instead of the present in incumbent.
cumbent. incumbent. The board 'agreed to call a
meeting of the patrons to be held at
the school house on Saturday, April
19, at 3 p. m., for the purpose of mak
ing such recommendations to the bp.rdj
as, they wished to make. j
The board adjourned for dinner. j
At the afternoon session Air. W. AL
Alills, supervisor of the Grahamville
school, called and made request for the
appointment of the same teachers that
they had last year.
Jos.. L. Wiley, principal of Fessen Fessen-den
den Fessen-den Academy, called and discussed
with the board the plan for operating
a normal term of one month preced preceding
ing preceding the June examination, at Fe&sen Fe&sen-den
den Fe&sen-den Academy. He was requested to
prepare some preliminary plans and
present them on Wednesday evening.
Air. L.. W. Wilson called and present presented
ed presented his resignation as supervisor of the
Eaton Creek school, which was accept accepted
ed accepted and he was requested to call a
meeting of the patrons to recommend a
Air. J. F. Parker called and present presented
ed presented the returns of the special tax school
district election held at the Homeland
school house on March 18. The returns
showed a unanimous vote In favor of
creating the district, a levy of three
mills was voted, and J. F. Parker, J.
D. Williams and II. R. Roddenberry
were elected trustees for the term ex expiring
piring expiring April 12, 1914. The boundaries
of the district created were as fol follows:
lows: follows: Beginning at the northeast cor corner
ner corner of the northwest quarter of 18-15-20,
thence west to the northwest cor corner
ner corner Of 14-15-19, thence south to the
southeast corner of 9-15-19, thence
west to the northwest corner of 16-15-
19, thence south to the southwest cor corner
ner corner of 33-15-19, thence east to the
southeast corner of 6-16-20, thence
north to the northeast corner. of 31-15-
20, thence west to the southwest cor corner
ner corner of the southeast quarter of 30-15-20,
thence north to point of beginning.
Dr. H. Gatrell, one of the .trustees of
the Fairfield district, called and dis discussed
cussed discussed the school situation with the
board. He requested the appointment
of the same teachers as last year and
that the term be made eight months.
He requested four recitation seats in
eight feet lengths, which were granted.
Messrs. J. E. Chace and W. T. Gary,
trustees of the Ocala district,' called
and discussed the matter of fire es escapes
capes escapes for the Ocala schools, It was
agreed that the board would furnish
lumber for the erection of a stairw,ay
In the rear of Howard Academy and
the white schools wuld continue as
at present for the remainder of the
It was agreed to forward a letter to
the members of the' leg'slature from
Alarion county urging the early atten attention
tion attention to the providing for carrying into
effect the amendment to the state con constitution
stitution constitution adopted at the last general
election making it legal for special tax
districts to issue bonds for school pur purposes.
poses. purposes. The board adjourned for the day.
Board re-convened Wednesday. Ac Accounts
counts Accounts were approved and ordered paid
as follows: To d. E. Stechert & Co.,
for maps for high school use in the
Ocala school, $6.30; American Seating
Co., for ink wells for the Ocala school,
$2.24; the Commercial Bank, for inter interest
est interest on county warrants paid by treas treasurer,
urer, treasurer, $149.22; American Seating Co.,
for Summerfleld school, 49.90; Ocala
News Co., for office supplies, $1.60; the
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co., for lumber
for use in Industrial department of
Howard Academy, $4.52; H. & W. B.
Drew Co., for desks for Citra school,
$28.65; John Af. Graham, for treasurer's
commission, $82.97; H. & W. B. Drew
Co., for Electra school, $40.37; Ocala
Banner for publishing minutes of pre preceding
ceding preceding meeting, $2.50; Esther Will Williams,
iams, Williams, for traveling expenses as indus industrial
trial industrial supervisor among colored schools
for February, $12.60; the same for
Alarch, $8.10; Ocala Telephone Co. for
telephone service, $9.25; Ocala Star, for
printing application blanks, $3;50, the
same for publishing minutes of preced preceding
ing preceding meeting, $2.50; Airs. E. H. Alartin,
for office held, $13; B. R. Elitch, for ex expense
pense expense in attending convention of sup superintendents,
erintendents, superintendents, board members and high
school principals in Gainesville, $7; J.
H. Workman, for same, $7.35; W. D.
Cam. for same and use of automobile
for carrying party to Gainesville,
$11.60; J. H. Brinson, for expenses to
Gainesville, $7.35, and for postage for
month, $7.70; Alvan Bushnell Co., for
filing wallets for office, $2.85.
The following were ordered paid
from districts: To W. J. Young on Fort
King for tablets, chalk, pencils, lock,
copy books, $3.10; J. S. Grantham on
Fort AlcCoy for brooms, buckets, cray crayons
ons crayons for the term, $5.10; The Dunnellon
Pharmacy on Dunnellon for crayons,
$1.60; AY. T. Gary on Ocala for Janitor
and sundry incidental expenses. $1G0;
S. C. AI. Thomas on Dunnellon for rent
of room for primary department, $10;
Sheridan's Teachers Agency on Citra
for charts, $13.31; The Commercial
Bank on .the following districts for
interest on warrants paid: Ocala, $10;
Alclntosh. $1; Dunnellon, 75c; Iieddiek,
$2.70: Griner Farm, 29e; ?parr. 40c;
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the month of Alarch was presented
with vouchers for disbursement and
checked over and found-to be correct.
It showed for the county school fund
balance and receipts, $8,302; disburse disbursements,
ments, disbursements, $8239.83; balance, $2.17. Dis District
trict District balances as follows were shown:
Ocala. $15.32; Alclntosh, ,68; Belleview,
$103.99; Fantville. $28.07; Dunnellon,
.13; Reddick, $2.8; Pine Level, $183.8;
Mayville, $37.35: Wiersdale, $461.30;
Citra. $32.36; Griner Farm, .60; Buck
Pond. $30S.S8; Sparr. $1.49; Candler,
$206.43: Fellowship, $S6.f; Electra.
$30.68; Blicnton, $137.87; MarteL $53.47;
Fort King, $125.13; Capulet, $108.22;
Linadale, $9.89; Cotton Plant, $309.02;
Orange Lake, $123.66; Oak Hill. $27.58;
AIoss Bluff, $47.17; Fairfield. $25.76;
Cottage' HilL $29.87; Charter Oak,
$152.99; Pedro, .60; Kendrick, $7.22;
Ocklawaha, $17.48; Heidtville, $444.02;
Pleasant Hill, $108.39; Fort McCoy,
$83.39; Anthony. $17.96; Summerfleld.
.93. Total district receipts, $431M1;
disbursements, $955.46.; balances. $3, $3,-3
3 $3,-3 5?. 6 5. ..'"- ...
A warrant for $6,000 being due at the
Ocala National Bank the board made
arrangements to redeem same by bor borrowing
rowing borrowing from Airs. S. H. Blitch $6,000
for one year at 7 per cent, interest and
issuing warrant for same.
A commuqication from James H. Dil Dil-lard,
lard, Dil-lard, director of the Joha F. Slater
fund, was presented. In which it was
proposed to aid' in the training of
teachers for the colored schools. Prof.
Wiley appeared and presented plans
for operating a normal for one month
peceding the June examination at Fes Fes-senden
senden Fes-senden Academy, and the secretary
was instructed to write Dr. Dillard re requesting
questing requesting financial aid for the normal.
He was also instructed to write the
several book companies with reference
;to the matter of handling the books
I in Ocala. Also to write the supervis supervis-jor
jor supervis-jor of the colored school at Fort Mc Mc-iCoy
iCoy Mc-iCoy with reference to making a propo-
isltion to purehase-the old white school
house at that place for the use of the
j colored schooL
! No further business appearing, the
board adjourned to meet on Tuesday,
Alay 6, 1913.
J. H. Brinson Sesretary.
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