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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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FUJISMinrUME
For All of (he Homes
IlKfllf II
THE FUIIXITURE 51EN
AT RIGHT PRICES
Tiieus-Zaciiry Co.
VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY. APRIL in, 1913
NO. 275

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Itrinantlx I bat If employer in Protected
tht llf Divide the Irflt Willi
Hi Working; Men
Washington. April 18. Representa Representative
tive Representative IVKnle lias announce'! in the dem democratic
ocratic democratic caucus that he will push his
amendment to the tariff bill assessing
an internal revenue tax against all
manufacturers who do not employ Am American
erican American labor and pay Uvlig wage. This
announcement probably means that the
amendment will be fought out on the
Hour of the House. It is the most im important
portant important and far-reach'ng amendment
that has been offered to the Underwood
tariff bill, and is something so new and
oiiuinal that it stazsered old members

of the House when its purport was
made known. It is a radical departure
from any thins ever before suggested,
but seems to be logical. The summary
of the resolution fallows;
-That an internal revenue tax equal
to the amount of the tariff levied on
each article enumerated in ths aet
shall be collected from each manufac manufacturer
turer manufacturer of any article included in this
act, who does not pay to his employees
living waes according to the Ameri American
can American .standard of living; to be prescribed

BAD BREATH

5

Is caused br Indieestion. and that

disorder brings cm headaches, sal sal-lowness,
lowness, sal-lowness, languor, dizziness and a

general discouraged feeling.

Simons

RED a
LIVER REGULATOR
(THE POWDER FORM)
Corrects atl Disorder In
Tho Stomach and Bowels.
Its powerful, reviving and regulat regulating
ing regulating influence in the liver and digestive
organs brings an immediate itnprov itnprov-ment.
ment. itnprov-ment. You feel better. The bowels
move freely" so that the impurities
that have clogged up the digestive
tract find an outlet. When the sys

tem has been thus purified the bilious,
half-sick feeling disappears ; the com complexion
plexion complexion improves, the breath becomes
sweet, the mind throws off gloomy
forebodings, and there is a fine feeling
of energy and exhilaration all through
the body.
told by Dealers. Pries, large package, $1,00,
Ak tor th genuine with tho Bad Z on the label.
If you cnnot get It. remit to u, we will end it by
mail. potptd. Simmon Lier Regulator U r-it np
)ao in liquid form lor tho who preterit. Price,
fl.uO per buttle. Look (or the Red Z label.
nj. H. ZEILiN I CO., Props., St Louis, Man

by the department of labor; and -who
shall after this act becomes a law em employ
ploy employ iri his factory other than citizens
of the United States; and .who shall
employ in his factory any person under
16 years of age"; and who shall permit
any female to work in his factory
longer than 7 hours in any one day. or
M hours in any one week; and who
shall permit any man to work in his
factory, clerical work excepted, longer
than 60 hour.-; in any one week."
ilr. LF.ngle says the only argument
in favor of a protective tariff that will
hold water is that it is necessary to
protect the American manufacturer in
order that he may pay living wages to
American labor,, and that under his
amendment, if he pays the wages he
gets the protection, but if he does not
he refunds to the government the ben benefit
efit benefit he .receives from the. protective
tariff throu&h an internal revenue tax.
If a protective tariff is levied to pro protect
tect protect American labor why let the manu manufacturer
facturer manufacturer pocket the benefit of the
tariff, employ foreign labor, and pay
less than living wages? This amend

ment compels no one to exclusively
employ American labor to pay living:
wages, but It simply compels manufac manufacturers
turers manufacturers to either be honest with labor
or pay an equivalent to the protective
tariff they ask.
If L'Hngle gets his amendment thru,
and there is.no question but that all
the argument is in its favor, it will
have a wholesome effect in discourag discouraging
ing discouraging the enormous immigration of cheap
labor from Europe.' which increases
year after year, and is the most serious
menace to American labor.

DR. A. L. B LA LOCK
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON

HEWARK OF OIXTMEXTS 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

ticles should never be used except on
prescriptions from reputable physic

ians, a3 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.,

rroledoi 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

en internally and made In Toledo, O.,

by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonial
free..
Sold by Druggists. Price 75 cents
per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills
for constipation. Adv.

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I Ion Mr CHves Twelve Thousand Dollar
for Statue to Women of the t'onfed t'onfed-eraey
eraey t'onfed-eraey Speneer Introduced
the Illll
Tallahassee. April 18. The House
yesterday passed the bill to give the
Confederate Veterans of Florida $12,000
to complete the statue in Dignan Park,
Jacksonville, to the women of the Con Confederacy.
federacy. Confederacy. This bill was Introduced by
Spencer, of Marion county. Yesterday
B. W. Partridge and A. D. Williams
called upon Gov. Trammell, and pre presented
sented presented -a memorial urging the prompt
passage of the measure and the an answer
swer answer came in the House yesterday. The
bill now goes to the Senate, where It
will meet no opposition and it seems
certain that the monument will be com completed
pleted completed this year.

oim: nvv ami k;ht

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

HEAD THIS

SHE IS SPREADING

Helglau SoelaliHtti Out by the Hundred
Thousand to Strive for an
Equal Ballot
Brussels, April 18. The Belgian
workers' strike continues to extend
slowly in every part of the country.
Small numbers of men have returned to
their work here and. there but these
defections are unimportant as compear compeared
ed compeared with figures of fresh recruits who
have joined the movement. The men
as a rule appear to be settling down to
a long test of endurance and are deter determined
mined determined to achieve victory in the cause
for which they are fighting that one
equality in voting.

CHARLTON CASE: HEFORR
- Tin: supreme: court

Washington, April 18. The appeal of
Porter Charlton to the supreme court
from the action of the New Jersey
courts and the state department In
holding him over for extradition to
Italy to answer to the charge of mur murdering
dering murdering his wife at Lake Como, on June
7, l'JIO, was on call for argument yes yesterday
terday yesterday before the court, but because of
several cases ahead of it, could not be
reached until today.

vertisement and plat in another Issue
of this paper.
These lovely residence lots are the
first that have ever been put on the
market at public sale on the popular
north side of Lake We?r and there is
going to be a big crowd there to buy
them. One can get at this sale lots
near the lake front or further back at
prices !that will be' within reach of all
and the terms offered are one-third
down and time on the balance.
A special train over the A. C. L.
railway will leave Ocala at 9 o'clock
on the morning of Tuesday, the 22nd,
with five passenger coaches. In blocks
of ten passengers can get round trip
tickets to Kastlake for 80 cents. At
Kastlake, Capt. Johnstone will have a
number of launches chartered and will
carry e-ery one across, free of charge.
A mid-day lunch will be served on the
grounds at the sale, free of cost. A
lot will be drawn for and some one
will get one of these tine lots free. It
is a splendid time to go to North Lake,
take your basket dinner and have a

good day's
picnic.

outing and an enjoyable

Spring Tims h
Blood Cleaning Time
Wonderful How Quick!? Your Entire Syttere
A vr a kens When the Blood is Cleansed.

4

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Let

s. s. s.

Rid Yon of
Disorder.

All Blood

A TUIKI) yu PROVED UARATEE

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
and women. Regulates bladder troub-,
les In children. If not sold by yo.ur
druggist, will be sent by mall on re receipt
ceipt receipt of $1. One sniall bottle Is two
months' treatment and seldom fails to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from this and other states. Dr. E. W.
Hall, 20S6 Olive street, St. Louis Mo.
Sol 1 by all bruggists. Ad

NORTH LAKE LOT SALE

OFFIC1CS OVER THE
COMMERCIAL II I K

DR. L. F. BLALOCK
DENTAL SURGEON

: 'Phone 211 Ocala. Ha.

J, E. GHACE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 0, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder Block.
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASII.

J. G. PURVIS,
DENTAL SURGEON.

On Tuesday, April 22, Capt. R. C
Johnstone Is arranging to put on an
auction sale of his beautiful residence
lots at the old chautauqua grounds at
North Lake Weir,- one of the most
beautiful spots on the entire lake.
Capt. Johnstone has secured the ser services
vices services of the Bowman Realty Company
of Huntington, West Va., to conduct
the sale and Major Combs, a well
known auctioneer, will cry the bids.
Capt. Johnstone will give away a free
lot and serve a dinner on the grounds
to the people. The sale will be ex extensively
tensively extensively advertised and on account of
the desirability of the property and the
demand there has been for north side
lots, it i3 expected to be a great success.

Man nought n Hot tie. of Uodfton'n Liver
Tone, Then Took It Hack and Am li lied
ed lied for HIm Moner and dot It
A mark recently tried out the guar guarantee
antee guarantee which the Court Pharmacy gives
with every bottle of Dodson's Liver
Tone. He bought a bottle and then
went back to the drugstore and said
the medicine hadn't helped him.
This druggist just reached into his
cash register and took out a half dol dollar,
lar, dollar, the ,price of the bottle of Liver
Tone, and handed it back to the gen gentleman.
tleman. gentleman. But he didn't take the money.

He owned up that he was just trying
the guarantee and, as a matter of fact,
he had found Dodson's Liver Tone the
best remedy for constipation and 'bil 'biliousness
iousness 'biliousness he had ever tried. "Why," he
said, "my wife wouldn't b without a
bottle in the house for anything. It's
the best thing in the world for the
whole family, and the medicine that I
prefer to take or to give to my child children
ren children for a lazy liver."
The Court Pharmacy sells Dodson's
Liver Tone and guarantees it to start
the liver without violence. It is takr
Ing the place of calomel everywhere.

If you buy a bottle and don't find this
pleasantr tasting vegetable liquid the

best thing to start a lazy liver, he wjll
hand your money back with a

smile. Ad. No. 10.

I1LITCHTOX

WHY HE WAS LATE.

Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store.

Ocala, - Florida

"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.

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

Blitchton. April 17. Mrs. S. H. Blitch

and Miss Legle Blitch attended the B
Y. P, U. convention In Ocala Tuesday.

Miss Ruby Sherouse spent Sunday at

Montbrook.

Mr. Jack McCulIy of Berlin, called

Monday.

Mr. C. S. Carter of Leroy Is clearing
the Blitchton and Morriston road from
here to the Levy line.
The scraper under the management
of Mr. Leitner Is doing the Blitchton
and Ocala road much good.
Mr. J. W. Coulter spent Wednesday
in the Brick City.

Tf you are down with rheumatism;
if you sneeze, feel c lulled, sire choked
with catarrh, have a. cough, or your
skin is pimpled and Irritated with
rah, cczciga, or any other bloffd dis disorder,
order, disorder, just remember that almost all

the ill3 of life como from Impure
Mood. AjiJ you -u:i easily give your
blood a good, thorough tleansinj?, a
L :th. ) y vz.r.z fc S. There is nc
r.ei-.l f.jr anyone to he U's-on"nt ovoi
the ill;;; S3 of blood impuritiea. N
matter how badly' they Eti.uis the ?y-

cr i!.jv

uniirhi'.y ; L-i'Come3 t L

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sk'ri, just i 'rn-ni' er t iicr'e is c-r.e in

s-r-c client fn S. S.
he t:i:;l-.r f. ?-.
!iOdy t oach pa

etficn'Iai r.ut.'Imont fio-n the

TI.'s nseunj that oil !eeav. all t:-f

that 'so ?tlm-jl:itr.-
throug-liC'.it th.
t rejects I'i oki

n-r down of th-i tR-srses, H check -d rr

:"-r t. nr k t-'.-.s. 3. 8. H. has :-;:c
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preserve utir

v preserve u.-t-jr r.;:.u..t

tuftM a '-roii'.-r re'a : ve assistance

jaeh other. ZUk. attention is 1-cii-voii
-to con t4-::ciive n,'.:2lcijie the
:vcr bvforo a!i 1 S. f-5. S. ii tri- hir'?c
:chic vi rr ni In th: lir.r 'For mr
cars jfoj.-Ie rolled u;:o:i mercur:
::1?-e t-t Mas;i. r.-si': V, "-.ivsics-fthirtics
cnl "dope" s rvn'eaies fc
. lf-od c!ckn but rs -s tha par
S. S. is thdr s:.fguar.-"
You can get S. S. S. in ry dr.
stc-re, bvt Insist upon hiving it. Ar.
you should take no chance by p?r
mlttln-T anyone to recommend a s:
stitute. And if your blood conditio!
is such that you would like to con consult
sult consult a specialist freely and confiden
tially. address the Medical Dept.. Th
Swift Specific Company, 137 Swif
Bldg Atlanta, Ga,

Hffllllffl

V Deserved Tribute front, a Ilrotker
Isilfr t m llriliaat Young
Mmn.
The following speech was made by
Mr. Otis Ii. Parker, of St. Lucie county.
In nominating Mr. Edwin Spencer. Jr..
for speaker pro tem of the Florida
House:
Mr. Chairman, Marion county has
produced many good things, and many
good men.
I am going to place in nomination
for the important position of speaker
pro tem of this house a young man who
was born and raised in Marion county,
who sir, step by step has hewn his own
road, and who has arisen to be one of
the foremost citizens and lawyers of
Marion county and of the state of Flor Florida;
ida; Florida; a man Mr. chairman, who will pre preside
side preside over this Hottse, when It becomes
his duty to do so, with perfect impar impartiality
tiality impartiality and perfect fairness; a young
man whom to know is to like him and 1
say to you therefore, gentlemen of this
House, we cannot make any mistake
by electing Honorable Edwin Spencer.
Jr.. Marion county's favorite son. to
that position. I offer him to you there therefore
fore therefore as Marion county's candidate, and
a young man whom this House, will
take a pride in as Its speaker pro tem.
I present to you Honorable Edwin
Spencer of Marion county.

concluded, therefore, to beard the lion
in his den in the hope that he may
hear.
"Present advantage shuts our eyes to
the permanency of our institutions.
Xot what we are or what we stand for,
but what we can make has come to be
the measure of governmental duty and
individual conduct. And yet. despite
this theory of life. Karl Marx and hun hunger
ger hunger and a longing for happiness are
abroad in the land. They are sitting
as unknown guests at every frugal
meaL Thej' are perturbing the waking
hours and coloring the dreams of mil millions
lions millions of Americans who .after all, have
the right to say what shall or shall
not be."

illil Mil.
IIIIKII

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Holocaust Caused by tbe Lliplosioa In a
FIJmttily Conutructed Xew
York Hotel
Malone. X. Y., April 18. Seven or
more persons .were burned to death,
several women received Injuries from
which they may die, and a score of
persons "were, rescued In a spectacular
fire which destroyed the De Wilson ho hotel,
tel, hotel, an bid three-story wooden struc structure
ture structure on Catherine street, last night.
The building burned like paper and
the firemen had lirtle time to effect
rescues. An explosion caused the fire.'
More bodies are believed, to be in the
ruins. ."

Hohk PaeI (fee Dill AVItbo.it a Dis Dis-seatlae
seatlae Dis-seatlae Vote, ana 11m Vow Vn
tbe Senate
Tallahassee. April IS. Without a
single vote registered against it, the
House yesterday passed the Stokes
mental anguish bill on Anal reading.
This measure,' which has attracted
considerable attention throughout the
state, provides that telegraph compa companies
nies companies may be punished for failure to de deliver
liver deliver important, messages when their
failure to do so causes undue worry.
Cnttl&tr Ont Another County
The House also passed the bill divid dividing
ing dividing Washington county. All the coast
section of the county is changed to Bay
by the provisions of th- bill, which met
with general support.

WORLD'S ALMANAC AT BALLARD'S

New 1913 World's Almanac," just re received;
ceived; received; 35 cents at Ballard's News Newsstand.
stand. Newsstand. Adv.

To Stop tit Cough Cure tho Ticli':ii;,
Spray or mop the throat r-.'Ah the' wond. -fn! ''
autiseptic. PR. POKTLK'S- ANTINfcU'T.-C
HEALING OIL. It Cur in One Iay. i:U
directions wiia each botUc. 25c, 5k, !.

iloGiiiiSii
: AND THE "5!

I SOUTHERN STATES. ;

REAL ESTATE.'
If you wish to buy, sell,
lease, or exchange, it will

pay you to take the matter
up with me at once.
J H BRMSON
Ocala, Florida..

Ten years ago I introduced the
Duroc-Jersey hogs in Florida, making
several exhibits at state fairs held In
Tampa, having shown over one hun hundred
dred hundred one year of different ages from
baby pigs to the 1200-pound sweep sweepstakes
stakes sweepstakes winner, namely, Big Dick. Dur During
ing During this time I sold and shipped breed breeding
ing breeding hogs to almost every county in the
state, as well as to Cuba and several
northern states. My herd represented

as good blood lines as money could!

buy and as to individuality, they were
blue ribbon winners. After ten years
experience, and realizing the oppor-1
tunltles in Florida for breeding, grow-!
ing and feeding hogs, both for breed breeders
ers breeders and meat, I have gone into the
business on a large plan, selling the
select breeders and making meat of the
remainder. I recently visited some of
the best northern herds and bought

seventeen head, adding new blood lines,
such as Ohio Chief. Prince of Cols,
Orian Chief, Tippy Cal. Golden Model,

Sensation, Volunteer Chief Cherry, Ad Advance,
vance, Advance, Cherry Tenn and others which
places me in a position to make mat mating
ing mating as good as any herd In the United
States and the class of Durocs I offer
to the public carries as good blood
lines as can be written from the herd
books. Every hog on the farm is reg registered
istered registered in national-and American as associations,
sociations, associations, making all pigs subject to
same when sold. I am issuing a cat catalogue
alogue catalogue giving the breeding and de

scription of the entire herd, also the
history of the breed, plans of feeding
and production of the crop, making
pasture feed for the entire year. Any Anyone
one Anyone interested jn hog raisijg, I would
be pleased to hear from them and will
mail them catalogue. I am also breed breeding
ing breeding Jersey milch cows and fancy driv

ing horses, and would be pleased to
hear from any one Interested in any anything
thing anything In my line.

H. H. WHITWORTH,

Proprietor Hiawatha Lake Stock Farm,

Ocala, Fla? Adv. ;

COUGHS AND CONSUMPTION.

COMING HACK

naaaoa

JOSEPH BELL
Attorney at Law
Office
Second Floor,

Munroe &. Chambliss Bldg. j
; Ocala, Fla. ;

EDWARD DRAKE
CIVIL EXGIXEEll,
BKAUGirTSMA?! X
AND CONTRACTOR
Accurate Building Plans, Blue Prints
and Specifications made. Lands sur surveyed
veyed surveyed and platted. Close estimates
made on erection of buildings of any
character by contract or on a com commission
mission commission basis. Write or consult me at
Vorthvvest Corner Ocala House Block
OCALA - FTiOKIDA

The Great C. W. Park Dramatic Co.
will return to our city ALL NEXT
WEEK for their annual engagement,
presenting high class society dramas,
catchy musical comedies and real live,
up-to-date vaudeville between acts.
Mr. r Park, who is personally conduct conducting
ing conducting this year's tour, has gone 'to con considerable
siderable considerable expense to play this engage engagement,
ment, engagement, and we feel safe in saying that
this grand old man who has grown
gray in the show business, backed with
unlimited capital and years of exper

ience, can offer the best in th? amuse.

ment line to his many friends and pat

rons.
The show has been greatly enlarged,
scenery, costumes and electrical effects
being so blended as to make this mam mammoth
moth mammoth tented theater a dream of beauty
and magnificence never before accom accomplished
plished accomplished by a traveling company of this
kind.
The popular price of 10 eents to all
will prevail, and performance .will be
given at our regular show grounds on
North Main street, starting Monday,
April 21st, and ending April 26th, rain
or shine. Reserved seats 25 cents ex extra.
tra. extra. DON'T FORGET. ALL NEXT WEEK.
Adv. fra and wky

Coughs and colds, when neglected,
always lead to serious tro'-ble of the
lungs. The wisest thing to do when
you have a cold that troubles you Is to
get a taottle of Dr. King's New Dis Discovery.
covery. Discovery. 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 I
honestly believe had It rot been for
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 51. Recommended by Tydings &
Co. Adv.

M'lVER & MAG KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robss

D. E. McIYEU and C. V. UORKRTS
Funeral Directors
111 Work Done ly Licensed Em Embalmers
balmers Embalmers and Fully Guaranteed.
PHOXES!

D. E. Melver, ...104
;.. V. Roberts 30b
Undertaking OfficA 47

MANUSCRIPT COVERS

An elegant line of lawyers' manu manuscript
script manuscript covers. In any color that could
be desired. Just received at the Star
office.

FOR BURNS, BRUISES AND SORES

EltAY FOR G ENTERAL DELIVERY

Mr. A. S. Burgess na3 gone Into the
transfer and delivery business. He
has a big dray and a team of power powerful
ful powerful mules,wfth cj&mpetent men to
manage them, and will haul and deliver
your goods with promptness and good
care. Call phone 470. AL

"The quickest and surest cure for
burns, bruises, bolls, sores, inflamma inflammation
tion inflammation and all skin biseases is Bucklin's
Arnica Salve. In four days It cured L.
H. 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.

THE GREAT NORTH

LAKE LOT SALE

On Tuesday morning next, April 22,
at 10 o'clock. Auctioneer Combs, of the

Bowman Realty Co., will commence to
sell, to the crowd there gathered to the
highest bidders, the beautiful resi residence
dence residence lots in the old General Bullock
and chautauqua tract owned by Capt.
R- C Johnstone on Lake Weir and
more fully described by the page ad-

DR. D. M. BONEY
OPTOMETRIST

h if

EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
Optometry Office and Laboratory
OFFICE HOURS
9 to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2-6 Gary Building. Ocala, Fla

GOT NEXT TO THE GIANTS

Member of the New York Nine Hear

Their Team RoaNted on the Boards

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FLORIDA

(New York Herald)
Member of the New York and Bos Boston
ton Boston ball teams last night were guests
of Robert Hllliard at the performance
of "The Argyle Case" at the Criterion
Theater. They occupied the boxes and
some of the orchestra seats.
In" the second act scene, laid in the
ofnee of Asche Keyton, the detective
whom Mr. Hllliard impersonates, a call caller
er caller was announced.

"What's your name?" asked Mr. Hll Hllliard.
liard. Hllliard. ;
"Mr. B'an," said. Brandon Hurst.
"What do 5-0U want?"
"I want to know if you can tell me
some way that the New York Giants
can beat the Boston Nationals or Am Americans."
ericans." Americans." When the laughing ceased Mr. Hill Hill-lard
lard Hill-lard said:
No. 111 be darned if I do."
"Then you're a bad detective."
"And your New York ball team is
bad, too."
These sallies brought out much

laughter from the ball players, as well j

as the rest of the audience.

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that your doctors orders are carefully followed. Bring your prescriptions tft
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what's more we offer yoju the same prompt and polite service that our cus customers
tomers customers have beer, enjoying right along. Try us with the next prescription.
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THE DRUG STORE ON THE SQUARE
OCALA - - FLORIDA

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put new life and vigor In the system,
try them and you will be well satisfied.
Every pill helps; every box guaran guaran-ed
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Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
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WORDS OF WARMXG

In a speech before the .National
Democratic Club, in New York Satur Saturday
day Saturday night, Yice President Marshall
served warning on men of vast wealth
and on "special privilege" that the
temper of the American people had
reached a point where they no longer
would brook oppression. He told the
club that the" spirit of unrest was such
that unless reckoned with the Institu Institutions
tions Institutions of the government might be
jeopardized and the country revert to

paternalism or turn to socialism.
"Current opinion holds, justly or un unjustly."
justly." unjustly." he said, 'that the welfare of
the people of this country depends not
a little upon the conduct of certain
men in this city of New York. I have

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THE fiH EAT OUT II
LAKE LOT SALE
citris FiUir crout.ik
IX THE til CITY
AMUSEMENTS

Biftinger & Carroll Proprietors.
It. H. Carroll, iiuiness Manager.
J. H. fVnjaralny Editor.
Entered in the p03tof flee at Ocala,
Fla., ma second clas mail matter.

WK SHOULD BE AT WORK
The business men of the city should
take notice of the fact that it may he
necessary to send a delegation to Tal Tallahassee
lahassee Tallahassee to support our senator and
representatives in working for the ex
tension of the city limits to Silver
Spring.
Thi extension 1m the proper and
natural thins to do. Ocala must have
a water line for freight or her growth
will be greatly retarded if not almost
blocked. We need the extension for
other reasons, too numerous to explain
in a short article, tho they have been
set forth In the Star some time ago.
However the plan looks unreasona unreasonable
ble unreasonable to some people not acquainted with
the situation. The average man look looking
ing looking at the map would think it was dis disproportionate,
proportionate, disproportionate, at least, for a town the
six of Ocala to try to project a pan panhandle
handle panhandle half its width for six miles
from Its present center. The same
man. If given the proper reason, would
see that the plan was not only proper
but highly necessary.
We should be ready to send to Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee several leading citizens to back
tip our representatives, and let the leg legislature
islature legislature see that the proposition 1 the
need and the wish of the entire town
and not the scheme of a clique.
Let the Board of Trade take action
and the citizens support it. Great
things for Ocala depend on this exten extension.
sion. extension. OCALA MIX IIOVORED
Misr?. M. M. Little. L. F. Ballard
and W. C Blanchard and Mr, and Mrs.
TV V. Leavengood and Mrs. W. C. Moore
returned yesterday from Palatka.
where the gentlemen represented Ocala
at the Grand Lodge I. O. O. F., and Mrs.
Moore attended the meeting of the Tte Tte-bekahs.
bekahs. Tte-bekahs. Tulula Lodge is much pleased
at the honor bestowed on Mr. Little,
who was elected deputy grand master,
the .econd highest office in the grand
lodge. Mr. Little has been an Odd
Fallow twenty-eight years, and has
the laws of the order at his finger ends.
Mrs. Moore intends to revive the Re Re-bekah
bekah Re-bekah lodge in this city, if jossible.
It was a strong organization until
about three years ago, and has many
members who would be willing to step
baf:k into line.
SUMS IT IP SUCCINCTLY
Tampa has decided that she does not
want government by commission. The
Tribune states that "the Latin element"
was responsible for the decision. If ths
News is correctly informed, the Latin
element Is responsible for Tampa be being
ing being the greatest cigar manufacturing
center in the United States; it is re responsible
sponsible responsible for Tampa being the great greatest
est greatest payer of revenue in Florida; it Is
responsible for Tampa's growth and
prosperity; In a great measure. It Is
responsible for Tampa, which is
enough to saddle on "the Latin ele element."
ment." element." DeLand News.
It might be added to this that the
aforesaid Latins are a well Informed
and intelligent race, and while they
may differ In details from the Anglo Anglo-Saxon
Saxon Anglo-Saxon and Celt, they have kept well to
the front in all matters of enlighten enlightenment
ment enlightenment and progress. They are far bet better
ter better able to pass Judgment on a public
question that the foreign-born voters
of the average northern city.
Tallahassee, April 17. Though the
vice-president of the Western Union
Telegraph Company is on his way here
from New York to protest against the
passage of Senator Stokes' "mental
anguish" bill, the House pushed it
through this morning. In spite of his
telegraphic requests to be heard on the
matter. Tallahassee correspondence
Tampa Times Times-Why
Why Times-Why should the House wait on the
convenience of the vice president of a
telegraph company. If his company
had any intention of doing anything
for the people in this regard. It would
have got busy long ago.
Col. R. F. Rogers of Lynne was
beaming on his Ocala friends yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, lie says the big meeting at the
Oklawaha Bridge Baptist church re resulted
sulted resulted in twenty-four additions. The
colonel says he may go to Tallahassee
next week to "lobby" for the road law
he was manly instrumentl in framing.
The Star hereby authorizes him to
lobby for all Marion county. Col. Rog Rogers
ers Rogers Is quite hopeful of the appointment
of Mr. Davis as district attorney.
A dispatch from Washington says
that J. D. Calhoun, of Tampa, proba probably
bly probably will be appointed collector of cus customs
toms customs at that port. Secretary of State
Bryan is backing Calhoun. Mr. Cal Calhoun
houn Calhoun was formerly the chief editorial
writer of the Tampa Times, and "easily
held a place In the first rank of Flor Florida
ida Florida journalists.
We see in the Atlanta Journal that
R. E. Davidson of Atlanta is a candi candidate
date candidate for the office of warden of the
federal prison in that city. If this is
Captain Emmet Davidson, formerly of
the Ocala Rifles, he can count on the
solid support of the Brick as well as
the Gate City.
It isn't the man who takes things as
they come who succeeds, but the man
who also snatches them as they go.
Life.
Generally the man who snatches
them from other people.
Now comes a South Carolina paper
and says that Wilson is the man who
put the dent in president. They al always
ways always were bright in South Carolina.
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Maimer
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Funeral Director.
Rear of Marcus Frank's
Store.
fjr F-fcone 10
Mttbt Phone 94
Ocala, Fla.

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On Tuesday morning next, April 22,
at 10 o'clock. Auctioneer Combs, of the
Bowman Realty Co., will commence to
sell to the crowd there gathered to the
highest bidders, the beautiful resi residence
dence residence lots In the old General Bullock
and chautauqua tract owned by Capt
IL C. Johnstone on Lake Weir and
more fully described by the page ad advertisement
vertisement advertisement and plat In another issue
of this paper.
These lovely residence lots are the
first that have ever been put on the
market at public sale on the popular
north side of Lake Weir and there "is
going to be a big crowd there to buy
them. One can get at this sale lots

near the lake front or further back at
prices that will be within reach of all
and the terms offered are one-third
down and time on the balance.
A special train over the A. C. L
railway will leave Ocala at 9 o'clock
on the morning of Tuesday, the 22nd,
with five passenger coaches. In blocks
of ten passengers can get round trip
tickets to Eastlake for 80 cents. Xt
Eastlake, Capt. Johnstone will have a
number of launches chartered and will
carry every one across, free of charge,
A mid-day lunch will be served on the
grounds at the sale, free of cost. A
lot will be drawn for and some one
will get one of these fine lots free. It
is a splendid time to go to North Lake,
take your basket, dinner and have a
good day's outing and an enjoyable
picnic.
MRS." E. P. KEMP
On Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock
the life of Candace G. Kemp, wife of
K. P. Kemp, was brought to a peaceful
close. For several years she had been
groping with the unyielding disease of
tuberculosis and everything possible
was done for her relief without avail.
Mrs. Kemp was the daughter of Al Albert
bert Albert G. and Sylviria Harmon and was
born in this county March 2; 1877, be
ing ZS years of age at the time of her
death. The husband survives together
with her mother and one brother. War
ren Harmon of this place.
With the exception of a few months
that she spent in California and Flor Florida
ida Florida in quest of health, she has lived in
this locality all her life. Mrs. Kemp
was of a quiet and unassuming nature
and enjoyed the companionship of a
wide circle of steadfast friends.
The funeral services will be held to
morrow afternoon at one o'clock from
the home, Rev. Ankeney officiating. In
terment will be made at Rosedale cem
etery at Carysville St. Paris, O., News-
Dispatch, April 10.
SOME FIVE CUCUMOERS
Secretary J. D. Rooney of the Board
of Trade, brought to the Star office
this morning the finest samples of
cucumbers we have seen this season.
They were given him by Messrs. Mun
roe ChambJiss, and were grown by
the Messrs. O'DelJ of Oxford, and are
of the special basket variety.
A BIG REAL ESTATE DEAL
Mr H S Chambers sold today to Col.
R. F. Rogers of Lynne his tract of
land and sixteen cottages In the Buf Buf-fum
fum Buf-fum quarter of the third ward. This
property was bought by Mr. Chambers
about two years ago. 'The cottages are
for colored tenants but they rent, well
and bring aflrie return on the invest investment.
ment. investment. 1
Mr. Chambers In turn bought from
CoL Rogers the three pretty little cot cottages
tages cottages in the first ward near Mr. E. C.
Smith which Col. Rogers built a short
time ago. Each of tne gentlemen
bought the property as an investment
and is well pleased with his trade.
EPWORTII LEAGUE SOCIAL
The benlor Epworth League will
hold Jts regular monthly business
meeting and social this evening at the
home of Mrs. M. E. Err in, on North
Main street; The league wilj elect a
president at this meeting for th un unexpired
expired unexpired term of Mr. C, A. Blalock, Mr,
Blaloek having sent in his resignation,
A mission study class wilt be organ
ized at this meeting. Miss Frances
Chambers will be the, leader of the
class. Let the leaguers give this class
their full support. Cordial invitation
extended to all leaguers and their
friends. LA. Snow,
S. C. Ilickel, Jr..
Publicity Committee.
WEATHER REPORT
Partly cloudy, southwest wind.
Minimum temperature, 59 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 89 degrees.
Average temperature, 60 degrees.
The next meeting of
Elks will be at Miami. .,,
the Florida
SOMETHING THAT WOVT BREAK
Ladies, it is a comb that we guar guarantee
antee guarantee that you cannot break. Call at
the Court Pharmacy and ask to see It
on your next trip down town. Adv.
Beck's hard water soap, ten cents
per cake. Court Pharmacy. -Adv.
"My little son had a very severe cold,
was recommended to try Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, and before a small bot bottle
tle bottle was finished he was as well as
ever," writes Mrs. H. Silks, 29 Dowling
street, Sydney, Australia. This remedy
is ror sale by all dealers. Adv.
twu VAIUKVIUE ACTS, FIVE
KEEI.S, TEMPLE TOMGHT Adv.
Don'tbe surprised if you nave an at
tacK or rheumatism ths snrlnsr. Just
rub the affected parts freely with
unamoeriam-s Liniment and It will
soon disappear. For sale by all deal
ers. Adv.
Most disease comes from germs. Kill
the germs and you kill d'sease. Con
key's Nox-I-Clde mixed with water, is
cheap and effective. For poultrymen,
stockmen and housekeepers. Guaran Guaranteed
teed Guaranteed by Ocala Seed Store. tues-frlAdv
For rheumatism you will llnd 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.
You will look a gooa 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 yon 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.
WOODMAR RESIIJE.VCE FOR RE.VT
My home at Wood mar" on Lake Weir,
Is for rent for the months of June, July
and August, completely furnished. Ap Apply
ply Apply to J. G. Lege.. Eastlake. Fla. 4-16-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
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Auk That Tariff oa Orange and ftreea
Fruit Law be Let Alae

(Tampa Times. 17th)
. Preliminary action for the organiza organization
tion organization of a Florida Citrus Growers Pro Protective
tective Protective Association was taken this
morning at the mass meeting of the
Florida growers held at tho Casino.
At that same meeting the growers by
a rising vote declared themselves as
being against any cut in the. tariff on
citrus fruits as is proposed by Con Congress,
gress, Congress, and appointed a committee to
send telegrams to .Florida representa representatives
tives representatives in Congress acquainting them of
their action.
This committee wil also send tele telegrams
grams telegrams to the members of the- state
legislature and will ask the legislature
to memorialize Congress to let the tar tariff
iff tariff on citrus fruits, with the exception
of lemons, remain aa It is at present
The committee having this matter in
charge was appointed by Chairman
Prof. H. H. Hume of Glen St. Mary,
and is composed of Messrs. J. C. Chase,
S. H. Gaitsklll, Gillette, Saddler and
Dr. W. C. Richardson.
. CTtrna Induntry i Big One
When the meeting opened this morn morning
ing morning a report was read of the opera operations
tions operations of the Citrus Protective League
since its organization in March of
1906. This organization is a voluntary
one and is directed "by an executive
committee of nine, which Is appointed
by thirty of the principal growers and
shippers who act as a governing com committee.
mittee. committee. The report stated that the citrus In Industry
dustry Industry of the state represented from
$150,000,000 to $200,000,000 capital in invested,
vested, invested, that there are 10,000 growers
and that 100,000 people are depended
upon it for a livelihood. Nearly 30,000
carloads are expected to be shipped
from the state this session. The funds
of the association for its general sup support
port support are raised by a general assess assessment
ment assessment on the number of cars shipped
Sixty-eight thousand, six hundred and
fifty-four dollars and eighty-eight
cents has been paid Into the associa association
tion association by this means and approximately
$55,000 expended in the five years of
the association's organization.
The report dealt with the reduction
of freight rates secured by the asso association
ciation association which have saved to the ship
pers rrom 28 to ?30 a car, the gain to
the industry by this reduction being
?3,17,000 since February 26, 1907. A
change in the refrigerating tariff has
also been brought, saving to the'sh'p the'sh'p-pers
pers the'sh'p-pers approximately $35,000 to date. The
report also dwelt upon legislative en enactments
actments enactments in the interest of the fruit fruitgrower
grower fruitgrower which have been brought
about.
Vegetable Grower Report
The report of the Florida Fruit and
Vegetable Shippers' Protective Asso Association,
ciation, Association, also a voluntary, organization,
was also read, Tpe report covered the
period since the organization on Jan January
uary January 30, 1907. The receipts were
$8,618.22 and the disbursements $8, $8,-617.22.
617.22. $8,-617.22. The present indebtedness is
$1,191.69. The report of the financial
standing of the association was fol followed
lowed followed by a statement of what has been
accomplished by It which includes the
establishment and settlement of a
number, of claims against transporta transportation
tion transportation companies regarding excess rate
charges which have brought about
considerable reduction on the rates for
shipment of fruit and vegetables.
Discussions were had at this morn
ing's session on the tariff question,
also on the question of adopting
standardized boxes and also on reduc
tion to growers of the cost
of packing
fruit.
The discussion on the tariff result
ed in a rising vote condemning any
change in the present tar'ff. in whioh
all but a few participated. On the
question of stardardizing boxes Gen General
eral General Sales Manager Burton of the
Florida Citrua Exchange, was heard heard-He
He heard-He said that the question was not
the size of boxes but that of the size
of the fruit and gave the growers pres present
ent present some Illustrations.. He said Flor Florida
ida Florida growers were not interested Jn the
question of what size boxes are used
in Callforjie, but how best to send
their own fruit to rnarket, mentioning
that the sale of fruit was governed by
auction and the auction sale not by
the size ef the box but by the size of
the fruit.
Lenve Green Frnit Ly Alone
From the casino building this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon a telegram was sent to the
Florida legislature stating that, the
Florida fruit growers assembled, pass
ed an almost unanimous vote that It
was the sens? of the meeting that the
legislature should allow the present
immature or "green fruit" law to
stand on the statutes without change.
This decision was arrived at this af
ternoon after a brief discussion. Mr.
Sams had offered a resolution mak
ing an amendment to thjs law, but was
requested .to bear the report of State
Chemist Rose before he asked for a
vote on it. Following the reading nf
this report and that of Pure Food
Chemist Henry, Mr. Sams withdrew
this amendment.
General Manager W. C. Temple then
matte the motion that- the telegram as
outlined should be prepared by the
cummmee appointed at the morning
session to prepare other telegrams
and be sent immediately to the legis
miure in session at Tallahassee. It
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was put to the meeting by Chairman
Hume and carried almost unanimously,
mere being but a scattering negative
vote.
or the committee appointed at the
morning session to prepare plans for
trie organization of a statewide fruit
growers and shippers association, M.
E. Gillet made a report in which he
recommended that the organization be
known as the Florida Fruit Growers'
ana bfiippers' League. The purpose of
tne organization as outlined in the rr
port is to obtain reasonable rates for
shipping fruit, secure nroDer resrula
nun regarumg tne rruit industry of
the state and to generally look after
the interests of the growers and ship
pers.
Nothlnc to Do With 31arketlnj?
It was explained in the report that
the proposed organization Is to have
nothing to do with the marketing of
fruit.
The report suggested the appoint
ment of a committee to arrange for
the method of raising funds with
which to conduct the leagrue.
It Is also suggested that a governing
committee consisting: of T. R. :frni
D. McCarthy. S. Bird. W. C. Tomi,.,
J. C. Chace. M. D. Gillet and others
be appointed and that this committee
seet a committee of seven-as. an ex executive
ecutive executive committee.
TWO VAUDEVILLE ACTS, FIVE
REELS, TEMPLE TOMGIIT.Adv.
FOR REXT
FOR RENT Offices in Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.
Beck's bard water soap," ten cents
cake. Court Pharmacy. Adv.

Four Feature Reel Ideal Tonight, 5
and 10 Cents
The Ideal has on for tonight four of
the finest featfire reels ever shown.
"One Good Turn." a Vitagraph drama
showing how a poor woman at the
risk of hr own life, saves that of a
princess.
"The Pioneer's Recompense," a
Pathe Western drama full of thrill thrilling
ing thrilling interest.
The Lubin feature reel entitled "Dr.
Maxwell's Experiment." is a picture of
absorbing detail and is a real feature
In itself.
Essanay's "Montana Mix-Up"' is a
western comedy full of fun.
Don't miss these pictures as they
are all well worth seeing. Same old
price, 5 and 10 cents.
Matinee Saturday at 3 o'clock, with
four fine reels?; and .the price is FIVE
(j) cents to everybody.
Fire Reel, Ohio Flood Lecture, Two
Vaudeville Aets Amatenrn, at the
Temple Theater Tonight

Well, folks. look over this program
and see if Is isn't the best ever. Five!
fine feature licensed pictures and lec-i
ture3 on the Ohio flood. Thirty scenes i
of this great diaster. See Dayton
under 22 feet of water, the grammar ;
school where 400 children lost their!
lives, and other stirring scenes. Two
entirely different acts of vaudeville,)
Miss Louise in a comedy singing andj
talking act and Miss Buckley & Co. 1
In the comedy sketch "Mr. and Mrs"
Bowser." The amateurs will also a;-'
pear. Get here early so you can get c!
seat. Doors open at 6:30. Tomorrow;
a special matinee from 3 to 5 for the!
ladies and children. Five reels of pic-!
tures including "Big Bill" Anderson ;
and two vaudeville acts including the
western comedy sketch "The Arizona -Bandit."
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MEETING OF THE
JUNIOR CIVIC LEAGUE.;
Thursday afternoon the members of,
the Junior Civic League held an exr!
tremely interesting meeting at the:
playgrounds
There was a
in the second
good attendance
ward.
Of the,
members of the league, and a few old-;
er people were also oresent. MIss!
Mabel Meffert. president of the league
presided. A very excellent report of!
'the sunshine department was madp.

and Miss Annie Pope Eagleton recited anJ- on special occasions when notified
a very pretty, poem, bearing on the until June 1st when cream will be
subject of the afternoon animals. J served aaily at North Lake Weir.
The children talked of their various' .
pets and of the work being done along! lt you eat something wh-ch disagrees
humane line -with you, don't let it work Its own way
Mrs.. D. M. Smith, an active member !throush- It:s a slow process and
of the Ocala Humane Society, was' makes you feel bad. Get rid of it
present, and made" the children ai!uickly by taking a dos- of HERBINE.
splendid talk, especially about the 11 drives out inipurities In the stomach

work of the Audubon Society, and in-f
stilled many valuable ideas Into the
minds of the children She spoke es especially
pecially especially of the killing of the young
nerons for the aigrettes apd of
terrible crimes thus comm'tted
the
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It was: greatly regretted that
Miss

Stewart, the Audubon Society repre-i f J" the human body. It heals sores,
sentative, who was in Ocala during thecut3' ragged wounds, coli;, dysentery,
week, could not remain for this meet-1 sa.Ua, chafes, scratches, distemper,
inj Jbots, and worms. There is hardly any

Mrs Jack Camp, president of the

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uicir- league js accomplishing in its
different lines. Banner
For biliousness, Bjalarla and consti-
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MON"S RED Z LIVER REGULATOR. :

"""""is -iu, was present ana wasi1"1-" v vcuu per oome. saoja Dy aij
called on for a speech She gave an j druggists. Adv.
excellent little impromptu talk to the' :
"juniors," thanking them for the in-1 Clocks of all kinds and at all prices,
teresting program of the afternoon, A. E. Burnett. Adv.
and for the very excellent work that-
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The first d.ose makes you feel better and to DR. SIMMON'S SQUAW VINE
a little more of the same medicine j COMPOUND. It is a powerful restor restor-cures
cures restor-cures you completely. Frice, large ; ative. It Is as pleasant to take as the
package, 1; sma: sWs, 26 cents. Sold juicer of a sweet oransre Price t her

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Our facilities are being constantly improved-Every care is taken to safe safeguard
guard safeguard the bank and its depositors.
The officers keep themselves posted on financial as well as local conditions,
and this information is to be had for the asking.

WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS
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OCALA, FLORIDA

J. F. JENKINS,
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OCALA, FLORIDA.
Geeeral BiiIEdlKig Contract ms
Office and Warehouse on Osceola St., One Block northeast of Government Bldg.
PHO.NE 3S8.
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.

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an DOWeis aa you reel better Immedl
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in the house and the stable.
H is as good for animal flesh as it is
Unit to its usefulness about the home.
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HEELS, TEMPLE TOMGHT.Adv.
Fains In the back and Irregularities
to wnich women are subject, with, all
their attendant miseries, vield at once
bottle. Sold by all druggists. Adv.

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wi five Kooms each, well located,
New Houses close in, all located on
corner lots. Always rented for

each per month.

part of

over all expenses.
Will sell one or all three

at once if you want the property,
for it is a Bargain and will be sold
this week.

G. K. WILLIAMS,

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TO COMMG OF SPRINGTIME
MEANS THE COAilXG OF MMY OTHER TIIINGS
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:
Refrigerators Perch Furuilure
Ice Cream Freezers Maflino end Crex Runs

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Leather Goodsof all kinds. Builder's Material.
Paints and Painter's Supplies, Wagons, Buggies.
Field and Poultry Wire Fence. Galvanized Iron.
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OCALA, FLORIDA

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Said ar. up-town politician to bis son:
"Look at me! I be.?an as an inspect inspector
or inspector of elections, and here I am an al-dcrman-at-larpe;
and what is my re reward?
ward? reward? Why, Tvhpn I die, my son will
be the greatest rascal In the city."
To which the youcj? hopeful replied:
"Yes, da-i. when you die but not till
then."

Unsa.'Iant Man.
It Is rather an ungallant man who
advocates women's suffrage on the
theory that it will- not make any real
difference. Washington Star.

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and Builder

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AH Kinds of Repali Work Promptly
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This will be a SDlendid chance to have a pic picnic
nic picnic and spend the day at North Lake. Make
your plans accordingly.

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Plat ol Ii C. Johnstone's Choice Property to be sold at this Sale
Study this map. The arrows point to the Lake Beach Front, and the fifty fifty-foot
foot fifty-foot avenue starts at that point and runs back through the two tiers of lots in
Blocks A. and BM widening put to 100 feet, where it intersects with Grand Ave Avenue.
nue. Avenue. 40 feet wide, throligh the property. The wedge shaped lots, touching the
beach front, that are not .numbered, are reserved for little parks, which
the public and every lot owner will get the benefit of. There are 39 elegant
lots in these' two blocks. At the intersection of the 40 foot boulevards, the
main boulevard from the lake makes an angle turn towards the east, and ex extends
tends extends 109 feet wide to the Ocala and Lake Weir Hard Road. Twenty-lots front
the boulevard in this division, in Blocks C. and D., most of them being 50x140
feet. The location of each lot is ideal, and each is large enough for a home.
Beautiful shade trees are scattered over the property.

Perry Edwards,
the celebrated cook and
caterer; will serve a
substantial.
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MAJOR COMBS, will cry the bids. Every Lot will be sold to the Highest Bidder. No reservations and no by-bidding.

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Free Transportaiion will be given all who wjsfc to attend the Sale from East Lake, across the Bake by boats, and from Ockiawaha
and Bcllevicw Stations by Automobiles.
Titles to the property are perfect and there is no encumbrances against it I any nature. Tliis Great Auction Sale
will give all who desire it, an opportunity to buy a Home on the poplar N'oilli 'jile of hzliz Vz'u iris the iital and will be the last
opportunity to do tbis. ....... . .
Terms of One-Third Down and Balance in 8 and 12 Months at 8 Per Cent. Interest, Will be Given When Desired.
The County Commissioners are now hardening the road around to the Lake County line, which work will be completed in two
months. Also, a movement is on foot to build and operate a railroad to Ockiawaha, from Norih Lake, with a gasoline propelled locomotive.
You will make no mistake in buying a lot, or a number of lots at this Sale. Property all around the lake has enhanced from 200
to 2,000 per cent, in the past five years, and it has just started to climb the piice ladder.
There is no more desirable spot for a home Winter or Summer than North Lake Weir. Buy now while you have the chance while
the buying is good. REMEMBER THE DATE AND THE PLACE

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OCAIA VgjtfCl STAR Filial V, AFiUL i8, 1013
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Ycyuiz- money is Secure:
IN OURfBANK,
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 WITH US
We Pay -5 per cent Interest en Savings Accounts

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Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.

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

Mr. Gilman Williams of Crystal Riv River
er River was at the Ocala House yesterday.

The people's show, ALL NEXT
WEEK. C. W. Park Dramatic Co. Ad.

AMATEURS, OHIO FLOOD SCENES

AD LECTIRE, TEMPLE TONIGHT.

F. M. Plank of Chattanoogra was at

the Ocala House last night.

The show you all know. C. W.

PARK, ALL NEXT WEEK.Adv.

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

Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Herr of Ridgely,
Md., are at the Harrington.

Dr. H. C. Brannen of Celleview
a visitor to the city yesterday

was

Mr. H. G. Tinker of the Millwood
Farms at Reddick, was in town today.

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

S, W, Jordan of Dunnellon was at
the Ocala House last night.
A MATE 1'IIS, OHIO FLOOD SCENES
AXD LECTIRE, TEMPLE TONIGHT.

Nyal's Corn Remover actually re removes.
moves. removes. 25c. at both Gerigp drug stores.
Adv.

Matinee tomorrow at the Temple.
Two vaudeville acts, five ree'.r;, -'Bis
Bill" Anderson. Adv.

Mrs. J. IL Harman and Mrs, C Chad Chad-wick
wick Chad-wick pf Gainesville were at the Har Harrington
rington Harrington yesterday,

Shoe polish. We have anything you
need for shoes In stock at the Court
Pharmacy. Adv.

HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE.
We have just received a carload of the Famous SOUTHERN
Wire Fencing, staples and Hay wire and are in a position to
make some attractive prices on it. We are the only dealers
in this section of the country that handle this brand of fence and
have demonstrated in the past that it is absolutely the beVt,
strongest fence on the market, and 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.

Shoe polish of every description tan

be found at the Court Pharmacy. If it
is shoe polish, they have It, Adv,
For sale, a Rood work mule, in fine
condition. Apply to tie Cam-Thomas
Co.

BAND t o CERTS
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AXD BETTER

Another happy and brill'ant gathering-
was out at the band concert last
night. The musicians were in fine
form and rendered their program in
superb style.
Some folks want to know why the
band does not give its concerts on Fri Friday
day Friday evenings, so the senool children
will have a better opportunitj- to at attend.
tend. attend. The Star understands that it is
the intention of the bandsmen to do so
when possible, but circumstances have
obliged them to play on Thursday eve evenings
nings evenings so far. The Star thinks that
when school is out it might be better
to have the concerts on Thursday eve evenings,
nings, evenings, particularly if we have the half
holiday.- Also, in case of the ball
games, which almost always happen
on Thursdays, it would give visiting
teams a better impression of the. town
to hear concerts while here. Besides,
Saturday is always a strenuous day on
our business men and. their clerks, and
most of them put in a great deal of
Friday evening either preparing or
resting up for the 18-hour rush of the
next day.

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

INSPECTION THIS EVENING

The Ocala Rifles will have inspection
this evening. Major H. M. Snow, of St.
Augustine, the brigade quartermaster,
and Captain Goedeke of the regular

army, are the inspecting orncers.

THE AGATIIERIDAX SOCIETY I
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Ta- Modern GIrI Handwriting
She wrote him a note "bear Tom,"
she said.
"It's just been a year today
We met on that trip I'm celebrating
(Papa has said I mav)
By giving a-dinner for just a few
Of the nicest young folks I know;
I'll expect you certain tonight at 6.
Don't fail as ever, Flo."
She wrote on linen, a pale, sweet blue,
In flourish quite flowery, vet bold.
But the plainest figure to Tom of all
Was her monogram crested in gold.
For her letters ran back, then to the
side.
They tumbled and danced and
fought.
And this is how Tom finally made out
her words
After spending much worry and
thought.

He read it like this: "Tom Brown," she

said.
"I'm sending you this note todav

To impress upon you we two must

wed.

(Papa will not take nay).
You've trilled" my love and spent the
least
Of any young man I know
So bring the preacher tonight at 6.
ltm't fail as ever. Flo."
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Ml lluJLtittuuiIIte of Auellon ( lali

often gives you much discomfort when you realize
that your insurance policies or othervaluable papers
are lost.
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 convenient, can be secured for from $5 per year
up. Store your silverwear and other valuables in
our safety deposit vaults during your vacation.
THE-'..OCALA NATIONAL BANK

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; CAPITAL. FUL.L. PAID IX t75.
H. D. STOKES, Cashier.
EDWARD8, Ptm. CLARENCE CAMP, Vic Pre.

f One of the piost enjoyable affairs of

the week wa Uie meeting this after

noon of tlieToung Ladies' AucthmJ

The Agatheridan Society held t

regular meeting this afternoon, Aftei-r(1 Drj,ltn

the minutes or tiie preceding meeting

had been read and approved, the fol
lowing program was rendered;
Subject; Astronomy.
Song.
Essay, Definition and Introduction
Louise Sanders,

Oral story, The Calendar Claudia?

O'Neal,
Fay, The Surface of the Moon
Hugh Geiger.
Oration. The Beauty on High
Gladys Wallis.

Essay, Meteorites Mail ha Ka

Rentz.

Oral story-, Kclipses Anna Pop
Eagletou.

r'say. Comets ineK Sandifer.

After the reports of the critics, there
being no further busines sto come be

fore the house, the society adjournrM

to meet again April 25.

Club with MissHope RohinsonrMan

b,4w Isq C-jwt TurtTtrm xn nd rroTe-1 s add-

ess to the rooms in which

the four tables were placed for the
sixteen players. Candies were on each
of the tables and scores -were kept on
extremely attractive tallies, painted by
the hostess. There were Dutch hlM-

;ren in sabots, the latter beip. used as

boats.

The afternro;is heing longer

day at noon and will be the guests of
Mrs. A. C. Cobb. Mrs.'Hartman is a
delegate. to the Woman's Missionary
convention.
Marrlagre Announcement

the seventh grade of the Ocala gram grammar
mar grammar school, will chaperone her pupils
to Silver Springs tomorrow for a day's
picnic.

Mr. and Mrs. Mabry Sumner of Tarn-

The following announcement was' ra are expected here for a visit to Mr.

Samntr's sister, Mrs. diaries God .lard.

the Ocala
H. Haugh-

received this morning by
friends of Mr and Mrs. M

ton:
"Mr. and Mrs. J. 13. T. Bowden an announce
nounce announce the marriage of their daughter.
Lucy KRiott. to Mr. Malachi Ilollister
Haughton. on Wednesday, the .-sixteenth
of April. -nineteen hundred and thir thirteen,
teen, thirteen, Jacksonville. Florida."
Miss Margaret Iawrence, teacher, of

AMATKl ltS OHIO FLOOD SCKVKS
AM) LCmiU; TCMI'LH TOXMiHT.

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Generally .fair tonight and Saturday.
Matine tomorrow at the Temple.
Two vaudeville acts, five rerl.i, vjtja
Hill" Anderson. -Adv.'

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than the custonary live progressions
were made and the four games to a'
progression were intensely interesting.
The visitors' prixe was a pretty deck ;
of playing cards and silk hose were'

given

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A M.VTEl'HS, OHIO FL'Mi.O M'H j JwretnII, 15 ye, Kar, Xe and Throat.
AMI I,RC"rrn, TKMPLK 'TO-NIGHT. Office, Law Library Bldg., Ocala.

of llosjj. i
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Pearl tooth brushes are sold at i

Curler left last nl;

Marshal R. 1

uigs arug stores at inc. ana guar-,for j?ve ilAu t( see hi!, are(1 mothf

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Thursday,

ONE DAY ONLY,

FOURTH VISIT,

t I Carter's wi! and his sister, !r.s. C. Y.

von 1 ior&et vu.ouf unureaktav Roberts, aill

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tUiiren.

Oak today.

Stop coughing by using Cherry P.ayk J

Cough Syrup. Sold ony at the Rexall
stores. Adv.

FOR RENT Pleasant room. Large.
Two beds. Close in. Gentlemen Ad Address,
dress, Address, Reasonable! c-re Star.

Richard, the little son of Mr. and

Mrs A. I Ash of Xew York, who an annually
nually annually makes two trips to Ocala with
elaborate costumes and dresses, con concluded
cluded concluded his spring vi heie yesterday
and left on. Ue :43 train for points
south Air. Ash was a guest of the
Harrington.

LThe half hour concluding theafttr-1

noon with liss Robinson was sptint!
enjoyhm- tlliciou frut tala d, wafeffs
and lemonr ice. Aft-lsting the hostess
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were Mis?es Minnie

Slovall, Anni Davis, Mary JJurforld, ',
Clara Johnsiyi. Mary kipworth. FaA FaA-ny
ny FaA-ny Robinson a.rah Davis, Hester arid
Marian tevey, Alice Bullock. Maj ie

&'an Hgelken, Bessie MacKay,
ittinger, Kugenia Fuller and
Akinson.' Mis Culpepper was

entfadid not play. .' I
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Anoti.fr St. Petersburg-boy ha met!

witii trie recognition his merit com-1
pels. Arthur Gray, eldest son of the
late Rev.-C. M- Gray, of Grayoaks. whoj
has been with the NVestinghouse Ellec-j
trie concern for the past eight years,!
during which time he has advanced!

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Mrs. L. M. Gibson, of the Harrington lar 1,0k on operative surgery by

Hall hotel, is much better today,

ROOMS FOH RENT Large, cool,
furnished rooms for rent. Apply to
Mrs. T. H.Wa:ils. xi 6 South 2nd St.

. FOR RENT Furnished rooms In
modern home, for coupl or two young
men. "With board or without. Phone
378. 3-21-tf

, Matinee tomorrow at the Temple.
Two vaudeville' acts, live reels, 4Bg
Bill" Anderson! Adv.

Burden, Suitable reward for return to

Ftar office, 4-17 "

GLASSES LOST A pair of gold rim
glasses lost on street between ten cent
store and postofflce. Finder please re return
turn return same to the ten cent store. 4-17

The friends of Mr. E. C Rawla, city
ticket agent of the Seaboard Air Line
Railway, will 'be-glad to hear that he
is rapidly recovering from the opera operation,
tion, operation, he underwent for appendicitis last
Friday. He is expected tp be out in a
few days. Times-XTnion,

Local agents wanted to handle mon money
ey money making proposition. Reference?
riiust be given. Eureka. Chemical. Qa
Parrish, Fla.

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AXD LECTI'HI'j) TEMPLE TUMtiHT,

FOR SALE RamhHr 34-harsepower,
foredqor tpurins par, also auto truck.
Address, Geo. R. Needham, Leesburg,
Fla. 4,15

Will Return in 28 Days

WHAT DR. W. R. FARROW DOES
He treats all Chronic diseases of MAN or WOMAN that are curable, no mat matter
ter matter how lang standing. He treats PILES and other RECTAL DISEASES with without
out without the knife; he treats RUPTURE without resorting to surgery. He invites the
most difficult cases to call on him and try this new method FREE OF CHAR0J2.
He removes WARTS and MOLES from any part of the body by a 'wonderful and
painless method that leaves no scar. -
Why You Should Come
Many have asked Dr. Farrow, how it is that he can cure chronic diseases
,that the general practitioner can do nothing with. The general answer is: pr.
Farrow has devoted his life to the specialty of Chronic Disease. He devotes all of
his time to his eiven specialty. He does nothing but office work. Instead of

paving one office with a practice limited to a radius of a few miles, he has a nynbef
p.f offices, and his practice covers hundreds of miles. He advertises for the difficult
and baffling cases that have been seeking relief sometimes for years, many of which
come to him and and health and happiness, through the aid of his diagnostic methods
and deep acting blood remedies. His advice is alwavs welcome to you, YOU
PLACE YOURSELF UNDER NO OBLIGATION WHEN YOU CALL, Come at
once and consult the doctor next time may be too late;
Many of you who have been taking medicine and so called treatments for
months will be absolutely cured i:i a few weeks. Very chronic cases will require
somewhat loneer time, but it will make no difference; you will be treated, until
you can say; "I AM CURED."
1 Oj 1 m 1 1 causes more people to be mis-
(jhromc Momach 1 rouble dcmrd an t utb4cr
v jiseasc(j condition of the body;
You are irritable in disposition easily angered. You have plenty of ideas, buV
never carry aay of them out. You are always tired. Yo-u have to force youriclv
' to accomplish anything.. You become blue and despondent and have many atiief
symptoms which you know only too well. These are the omental symptoms of
deranged stomach. Other symptoms are: Bloating, .Belching of gas, sour or greasy
matter from the stomach,' Pain, Distress, Weakness, Palpitation of the heart. Con

stipation or Diarrhoea. Unhealthy complexion, Changeable appetite, and Uoatcd
ongue. All these symptoms point to a deranged digestion. If you have any of
these symptoms, lose no time. Dr. W. R. Farrow's deep-acting remedies will csr
you, no matter how many doctors have failed. His specialty is $he cuifinA f
deep, aggravated chronic diseases. .
'g- Are your luncs.or bronchial tubes weakf Do you cough and
1 J O t 3rril expectorate diseased mucus i f Does your nose stop upr Is your
V breath offensive? Have you a bad taste In your mouth: Have
you pains in your chest? Are you bothered with shortness of breath and weak
Spells? Do you have throat trouble with hawking and clearing of your throat? Du
you have dripping of sticking mucus from the. back part of your nose into yMUf
throat? Call and have the doctor examine you. There is 110 need fcr you to
have Catarrh. It often leads to that dreaded disease that is kilbug thousands of
our best people Consumption. Dr." Farrow's treatment can be used in your home
diily. No need of expensive office treatments.
Are you suffering from early abuses, lost vital power, losses and drains,
P" Tl backache, weak back, shooting pains in thencck, chest, back and limbsj
palpitation of the heart, restless nights, bad dreams, loss of ambti't
and mental activity, nervousness, irritable temper, Lad Mood dkes which hae
been neglected or mistreated? No matter how thrbr.ic your trouble nay k
or how many have treated vou, consul the master specialist. Dr. Y. U. Farrow.
He cures 99 per cent- of ali these cases that appeal to him. Im Piecic5r.es arc
quick acting and curative. Don't let false modesty kctp 5 ou away, 1 he?, diseases
. ire just as legitimate a branch of medicine as any disease of the stomach, etc, Le a
rnan amongst men before it is too late.
Are you suffering from pain in the back cf your neck, on top of your
WflTTlPTI head and in the small of vour back? Do yh have pin down in
!f UU1CU front of vour thighs! Congestion at Ovarii? 1 you", have

leucorrhoea, painful menstruation, too profuse menmuatior. or irregular menstrua menstruation?
tion? menstruation? Do you have sediment m your urine? Do you l.ac bearing down and hot
flashes? Are vou dizzy and nervous? Arc you alwavs tired. and weak? Do you
have numb spells? Many women have been saved from the operating table
by Dr. W. R. Farrow's deep-acting medicines.

DR. FARROW, JACKSONVILLE, FLA

The pictures of the inauguration of
Fre?ldent Itposevelt, at the Temple last

! night, were clear anJ very interesting.

They greatly pleased the large number
who saw them, the theater being well
filled.

RING LOST A plain gold ring

somewhere between, th? residence of
Mr. J, J, 2yIoor,head and the high school
buldingr, A suitable reward will he
given for its return to this office. 4-17

Matinee tomorrow .it the Tempi?
Two vaudeville acis, five reels, 'Bii?
Bill-' Anderson. Adv.

TWO VAVniSYil'ldU ACTS, FIVK
ICF.l.S TEMPLK TOMGIIT.7-Adv.

Messrs. Br5ceTe(Tert and Harry Mc
Corkle lefty his lafternoon for Talatki.
Thy expect to return in 4 fine Foril
car, and will froity he in befone

midnight,

The patients at the hospital are do
ing well. Mrs. Boyles returned to nr
home at Citra today. Mrs. .Leon Griggs
is rapidly tm pro, virus.

rapidly in his work, has received a
promotion which places him in a po position
sition position of greater- responsibility and
corresponding Increase of salary and
which also necessitates his removal
from rittslwrg to Xew York City. Mr.
Gray studied electrical engineering at
Anburn, Ala., and has been with the'
Vestinghouse people since leaviuy; col college.
lege. college. His many friends here will be
glad to hear of hia success. St, Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg Independent. j -
'rreeloim v
A typographical error put Miss Bur Bur-ford's
ford's Bur-ford's luncheon yesterday at 11 o'clock
instead of 1 o'clock, and in the report
of the U. D. C. meeting, appearing on
the third page of Saturday's issue, It
should have read "thirty days" instead
of three, .
Mrs. John Doxler returned home yes yesterday
terday yesterday from Orlando, accompanied by
her daughter, Mrs. Sylvan McKlroy and
tnfant son. They expected to arrive
Saturday but were detained.

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V Mrs. C. L. West, an efficient teacher

in the Baptist Sunday school, assisted
by her class, heliracandy sale, in the
band stand this SKternoon, The pro-
ceeds, quite a ni sum, will be used
towards furnishing their class room in

the bak part of the church.

IF YOU ARE PUTTING UP A ROUGH 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 HARDWARE
WARE HARDWARE REMEMBER WE HAVE IT FOR YOU

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OCALA

FLORIDA

Melba face preparations are new ar arrivals
rivals arrivals at the Court Pharmacy. Just
look around on entering the store and
you will see them. Adv.

FOR SALte Maxwell automobile, 35
horsepower, only been used six months,
in perfect condition, reason for selling,
need a fpur-passenger car. Apply to
L. F. BJalock. 4-18

The Airdome ls now beginning to
be the popular place of amusement.
Good pictures are changed daily and
plenty of room for those who care t.o
indulge In a quiet after supper smoke

and enjoy pictures- at th atne Ume

these warm nights.

Mr. Sld Whalt'jr's improvements on
his own stand nn4 Mr. Yveihe's jewelry
store are b?in& pushed to conclusion.
They will add (rgp&y;- to th good
looks of thaarxf iU square.
The thre-story Metropolitan bulld
ing on the corner of South Magnolia

and South Second street ts going rap rap-ily
ily rap-ily up, and will be an ornament to
that part of the town.

Matinee t.vnorro'.v
Two vaudeville Her a.
Bill" Anderson. Adv.

at thv Temple,
five reel!. TA

TWO VAIDKVII.LR ACTS,
REELS, TEMPLE TOMGIIXr-Aav,

J- H. Harmon. W. A. Haile. J. D.
Stringfeliow. C. S. Robertson, C. R.
Thrash, AV. T. Bodiford and B. T. Hiers
were Gainesville business men

Harrington last night.

F. C. Groover, A, C. Ulmer. L. C.

Meninger. Allen Greeley J. I. Harnett
and J. H. Tucker, Jr., made up a party

of Jacksonville business men at the
Harrington jesterday.

Mrs. Jule McQovern of Mauch Chunk,

Pa., Miss May Martin of Richmond,

Va., Mrs. S. F. Smith of Savannah, Mrs.

C C Boone and Mrs. R. M. Martin of

Inglis. made up a party at the Har
rington yesterday.
. rjrs9
S. C Johnson, representing the
Ahrens-G,tt Manufacturing Company,
sanitary plumbing supplies, of New Or Orleans,
leans, Orleans, was In the city yesterday, inter interviewing
viewing interviewing the trade. He was a guest of
the Ocala House.

The successful poultry ra'ser uses
Conkey's Poultry Remedies because
he; knows their value. Right now is
the time to get Conkey Remedies for
the hatching season. Conkey's Lice
Powder, Lice Liquid, Head Lice Oint Ointment,
ment, Ointment, White Diarrhoea and Cholera
Remedy, "ve guarantee absolute sat sat-icfaction
icfaction sat-icfaction with every Conkey prepara preparation.
tion. preparation. Oca!; ieed Store, tues-fri 4w

3 cans m Camp's soap .... 25c

,! " beans. ...25c
" M Hominy.. 25c
" Mince M eat-, 25c

" Sunbeam shrimp 25c

to ooa . ac

2 cans small Hat Salmon. 35c

"large M

tall Salmon... 3fc

Argo large Salmon.4c
Ocean Gem tall ... 2$e

TRY OUR
Hotel Astor Coffee
SOMETHING FINE
40 cts. per Pound
LORD CALVERT
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
CAHMS

The Mendelssohn Cluti In Orlando
recently gave th cantata "Joan of
Arc." One f the singers was heard In
Ocala during the winter and his friends
will read with interest the following
taken from the Orlando dots In- the
Trtitipa Times: "Mr. Herbert Seagroatt.
the celebrated tenor of Stetson Univer University,
sity, University, was in town for a day or two.

and rvHirteously consented to sing
Lohr's 'Rose of My Heart and the
'Door of Hope' by Reede. Mr. Seagroatt
has a wonderful dramtic tenor, and
swayed his audience like a wheat field
moved by the wind, and it was only
aftfr a contlnuou applause- the au audience
dience audience was convinced tht the!r Oliver
Twist-like demain? for "more were
not to be aceM.eJ to."

Mr. and Mrs. W B. Gray have- as

their guest for several days Mrs.

Gray's brother, Mr. J. L. Carney of

Lake Weir, who came down to attend j

the citrus fruit meeting. Mr. Carney in
an extensjte orange grower and has a

number of friends in the city. Tampa

Tribune.

The chorus, including the best voices

in the hig. school, have begun prac

ticing the songs for the commence commencement
ment commencement exercises which take place May
23. Mr. Carlton Krvin is accompanist
and Miss Isabflle Mayes has charge
of the ro''PJMrt..it.'IWt

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Birdsey of For-

sythe, Ga., will numbered among
those attending grnd opera in At Atlanta.
lanta. Atlanta. Mrs. BJrdey was Miss Mae
Martin, the charming daughter of CoL
ad Mrs. J. M. Martin of this city,
Mrs. J. A. Larson of St. Petersburg
will arrive tomorrow afternoon for a
visit with her friend. Mrs. George L.
Taylor, and also to attend the meeting
of the Woman's Missionary conference.

Call up Phone 300 and Let ns Give an E&timats cn Your

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We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Oar Lines

vie emptov none but eprt w re la poIltB to itrate er er-uf
uf er-uf work x roRKirurl to Maml the lotyetIn of tbe nit

rluid I map-tor. It -ot nliax tn et nur fluure.
iDnirr, etr we wrurr tlie -ontrct or wot. tilve nm

Deputy Sheriffs C. L. West and Roy
Galloway went to Gainesville today
af ter a colored man named Darby, al alleged
leged alleged to have obtained goods on false
pretenses from Mr. W. W. Martin.

CO.

PHONE! 163

Mrs. T. J. Nixon, who will arrive
from Tallahassee tomorrow to attend
the meeting of the Woman's Mission Missionary
ary Missionary conference, will be the guest of
her sister, Mrs. George I Taylor.

Mrs. Annie Martin is the guest of
her daughter. Mrs. D. F. Wood rpw,
having arrived yesterday from her
cottage at Eastlake.
Mrs. William Marcus of Savannah,
who has been visiting her daugnter,
Mrs. Marcus Frank, for several days,
left for her home Thursday morning.
Mrs. Annie M. Perry returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a combined business and
pleasure trip to Inverness.
-'..

Mrs. W. T. Deas and Mrs. W. P.
TTartman came un from Sutherland to-

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rljrld' In pe-tor. It vomtm nliax to et our Kr. re l
I oiiisfr, tr we weure tlie -ontroct or wot. tilve nm a trial.
1 M. W. TUCKER
1 FORT KIVG IILOCK OCALV, FLOHID

The friend-winmng prices
that ve arc maldng in gut store 0f
will surely interest you.- Cold :0&i07
- type cannot do justice to the :f0::
extraordinary offerings. Bay- yi!f(:i; HH'!
ing jewelry here means Ai; Djv ; fy
I spending money right.
(Style may change but r
V our high quality, lew price itif.;' Heie 5
standard of jewelry sell- W.O-
' jng remains fixed. OUF
Here you willfind Mji CllallCe!
a satisfying assort- irH'MnM'.:;;:;';
j mentoftheworid's $& Ifyou Vanta

pest proauconS snappy, spark.
gems, silver- 1 S$ W' lg gem set nng
ware, novel- ;,; 0' at a decided price
ties, etc. ;". ''v"':,! reduction here's,':
Prices ae fjil ''v yy -your epportunity.
5ow"tl iWs- '';,,: For your sweetheart mar-'
fh'- ; V 1 ; ried or otherwise a diamond
" :' 'VW-s; solitaire is eminently proper.
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' 55-(H msnt or fcinhday tin?. Sarprlsa Fatb?r, I
- 1 ', ,"' Jsi llasbandor Drether with a r.s:r.r, Ve
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u ' '--V. .",''! Bit the Ui.nr.crt pocUt bock.Vr7r-. 1
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OCAIA EVEXIXO STAIt, HUDAY, AI'HIL IS, 1813

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Welcome Co Hans Across The Sea," Aiso in loctin

Here he comes ;:i smiling glee.
His ship 13 a cup, hi3 paddle a spoon,
You see, he3 bound to get here soon.
Swiftly and surely he skims the wave,
Van Houten's Rona his cargo brave,
And he says to himself, "1 surely think
American children will like this drink!"
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A remarkably fascinating story
of a strange bird-man who
holds the world at his
mercy not a story of an avia aviator,
tor, aviator, although aviators play a
prominent part in the final
destruction of this monster.
By
Harry Irving Greene
Author of The Lash of Circumstance ;
Barbara cf the Snows' etc.
A powerful and thrilling story
of the air our next serial
The Flying Man

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Read the first installment which
will soon appear in this paper.

THIS STORY WILL COMMENCE IX THE STAR TOMORROW

Take no chances Trith a pain In the chert.
Every case of consumption began with tbat
eyraptom. Stop It at once with

'twill

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Horehouhd Syry

It is a Flno Healing Remedy for
Soro Lungs, Coughs and
Hosrssnsss.
It promptly checks inflammation, relaxes tightness, clears th
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 breatha
easily and rest comfortably at night.
Prlco 25c, EOc end $1.00 per Bstite.
Buy the tl.OO size. J contains five times as much
as the 23c size, and you get with each bottle a Dr.
Uerrick's Red Pepper Porous Plaster for the chest.

13 F. raof i2iB3 si. ima, isa.-

Stcp&ens Eye Salve la a afe and ep5y remedy tor Soi Bye

iCllifiiil

Mr. C Van Hood, Editor

The saloon is the only business
that is ashamed of its best customers.
Listen and be heartened by these
noble closing words in our. new presi president's
dent's president's inaugural address:
"This is not a day of triumph; 4t a
day of dedication. Here muster not
the forces of party, but the forces of
humanity. Men's hearts wait upon us;
men's lives hang in the balance; men's
hopes call upon us to gay what we will
do. Who shall live up to the great
trust? Who dares fail to try? I sum summons
mons summons all honest men, all patriotic, all
forward-looking men, to my side.
God helping me. I will not fail them,
if they will but counsel and sustain
me.
No patriot, no 'leader ever uttered
more beautiful words. We believe
Woodrow Wilson meant every word of
this and more. We believe in him:
We love him. We are counting on
him, when it comes to a clinging faith
in his unselfish sincerity. And In the
spirit in which he asks it we have
come thus early among the "honest,
patriotic. forward-looking men to
counsel and sustain him in his de determination
termination determination to safeguard the millions
of men. women and children who suffer
from the unspeakable ravages af this
great "protected vice." We counsel
that we no longer penalize the pro product
duct product and legalize the system.
N'or can we forget to take heart
aain from the fact that our patriotic,
humanitarian president will have as
iris chiefest counselor and abettor
in his constructive legislation, that
other spotless Christian statesman, the
great American Gladstone. William
J. Bryan, who recently declared: "If
you are looking for vice, the saloon is
the first place you will go, and if you
are looking for virtue the saloon will
be the last."
No more "Boo7ecracy" for the fear fearless
less fearless Commoner! He and Woodrow
Wilson both agree with Henry Grady
who declared of the liquor traffic: "It
is flexible to cajole, but merciless in
victory. Today it strikes the crust
from the lips of a starving child, and
tomorrow challenges this government
in the halls of Congress!" Knowing its
insidious, hideous horrors, the presi president,
dent, president, the vice-president and secretary
of state have driven. the demijohn and
the decanter from the White House
and all their social functions! The
kingdom is surely coming.
Time was when the leaders of both
great parties were cowards nothing
less before the threat and the chal challenge
lenge challenge of the liquor barons of America,
but thank God, the daydawn of that
time has come when the timorous souls
are relegated to the rear; men with
"regnant conscience" and .uncringing
character are actually at the front,
fashioning our ideals and forming our
lines of battle, and these leaders coun counseled
seled counseled and sustained by the rank and
file of all patriots in all parties every everywhere,
where, everywhere, are going to see to it that our
nation does not itself crush or weaken

or damage its constituent parts" by
allowing the insidious intreagues and
the merciless march of tWat insolent
power which defies all law, laughs at
all patriotism, corrupts all policies,
shelters all vice, companies with all
crime and registers, alas! the full
measure of its prosperity by the down downfall
fall downfall of that citizenship without whose
homes and health and happiness our
nation cannot endure! Wm. D. Up Up-shaw
shaw Up-shaw in The Golden Age.
Florida Dry.
We think Florida will be a dry state
thoroughly dry within less than
three years, perhaps considerably less.
We see great cause for encouragement
in the present situation for Florida
prohibitionists.
First. The Webb bill will cripple,
perhaps fatally, the liquor traffic in
this state, as it will likely put out of
business forty or fifty mail order
houses, besides several wholesale, hous houses,
es, houses, which will eliminate from our next
state-wide fight about f 300,000 of
brewery money slush money.
Second. The anti-shipping bill which
the Florida legislature wil be request requested
ed requested to give us in April will prohibit Im Immediately
mediately Immediately shipments within the state
from wet to drj' counties.
Third. When Florida votes dry, the
Webb law' will prevent outside ship shipment
ment shipment Into the state.
We believe this situation ought to
inject new backbone and vital energy
into our movement for a white map of
Florida.
Slgnw of the Timet In Jacksonville.
-Most of our readers through the
state need not be told that Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville has already about 140 retail sa saloons,
loons, saloons, and that it is the largest whole wholesale
sale wholesale and mail order liquor shipping
city in the United States. They al already
ready already know this, but we again take
this opportunity to call their attention
that the results of our municipal elec election
tion election on the 18th inst. indicated not
only that we were not all owned, body
and soul, by this interest iri Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, but on the other hand, indicated
very clearly that the time may soon
come when the decent, law-abiding
people of this city will take the re'ns
of government into their own hands

completely.
In the race for mayor, Judge Swear-

ingen. who is not only a true friend of

temperance but a teetotaler- and pro prohibitionist,
hibitionist, prohibitionist, won over his opponent, the
present mayor (who has served the
liquor forces constantly for the last
four years and who was supported
solidly by them) by 350 votes, notwith notwithstanding
standing notwithstanding the issues were somewhat

beclouded and many a true friend of
our cause failed to vote for Swearin Swearin-gen.
gen. Swearin-gen.
In the municipal judgeship, how however,
ever, however, which office, so far as the tem temperance
perance temperance forces are concerned, is one of
the most important in the city of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, the issue was very clearly
drawn, and our friend, who likewise is
a high-minded Christian gentleman,
a teetotaler an da prohibitionist, won
over his opponent, who had the solid
backing of the liquor forces, by ap approximately
proximately approximately a thousand votes.
This, of course, is in a white primary,
and we say again, as we have so often,
said heretofore, 4;hat if the liquor In-1

terests were forced to perpetuate
themselves by appeal to the white peo people
ple people of the state, or even the taxpayers
of the state. Florida would be free from
this disgraceful blot upon its otherwise
high civilization Inside o. six months.
American Issue.

EARLY CLOSIXC MOVES ALONG

Pro pee t Good that All Our Basine
3Iea Will SUn tfce Petition
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 C
o'clock during the week, except Sat Saturdays,
urdays, Saturdays, beginning on Thursday, May
1st, 1912, and continuing till the last
Thursday in September:
Knight & Lang.
McL-aughlin & Tolar.
Mclver & MacKay.
Hayes & Gujna.
The Ocala Bazaar.
Marion Hardware Co.
J. G. McCrory Co.
A. K. Burnett.
W. H. Marsh.
R. M. Giles, 6:30.
33. G. Rivers & Co.
V. C. Detterich.
W. F. Blesch.
J. A. Chandler.
P. If. Perkins.
The Globe.
Todd & Company.
A. C. Leggett.
H. S. Chambers.
Marion Furniture Co.
Theus-Zachry Co.
Counts Grocery Co.
K. A. Moses.
O. K. Teapot, 6:30.
J. R. White, 6:30.
M. V. Sampson.
Edward P. Martin.
John Sdinmia.
Lu W. Harley & Bro.
Helvenston & Pasteur, 620.
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. Ml Lucas.
Mrs. Minnie Bostick.
II. A. Waterman, 6:30.
Ocala Gas Co.

AXXIAL P1CX1C AXD FISH FRY

The annual picnic and fish fry will
be given on the church yard at Eureka
on Saturday, May 3rd. Everybody is
cordially invited to come, and bring
well filled baskets. There will be plenty
of fish and good things to eat. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments will be sold on the ground to
assist in buying seats and lights for
the church. Come one; come alL
Committee.

Freckled Girls
It 13 an absolute fact, th3t one 50 cert
jar of WILSON'S FRECKLE CitEAM
will either remove your freckles or cause
them to fade and that two jars will even
in the most severe cases completely cure
them. We-are willing to personally
guarantee this and to return your money
without argument if your complexion is
not fully restored to its natural beauty.
WILSON'S FRECKLE CREAM is fine,
fragrant and absolutely harmless. Will
not make hair grow but will positively
remove TAN, PIMPLES and FRECK FRECKLES.
LES. FRECKLES. Come in today and try it. Thejara
are large and results absolutely certain.
Sent by mail if desired. Price 50c.
Mammoth jars $1.00. WILSON'S FAIR
SKIN SOAP 25c For sale by
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A Thrilling Story
of the Air!

By
Harry Irving Greene
Author of
"The Lash of Qrcamstance"
" Barbara of the Snotcs' cte.
You may have read
interesting stories of
aviators and the like
but never before so
fascinating a tale as
this of a mysterious
bird-like creature
- from another world
who terrorizes in inhabitants
habitants inhabitants whenever
he appears.
A most remarkable
piece of fiction
capitally told.
If you want to read
a good story don't
miss our next serial
The
Flying
Maa

THIS STORY WILL COMMENCE IX
THE STAR TOMORROW

Wanting good laborers both colored

and white for working in and about
sawmill, shingle mill and lath mill,
also on lumber yard. Can use also a

few good axe men girdling cypress

timber. Wages paid in cash every two

weeks. Location Centralia, Fla., on

Tampa Northern Railroad. For further

particulars address Central Cypress

Co., Centralis, Fla. 4-5-ltd 2tw

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WE CAN SUPi'Ll YOTT WITH
PURE ICE
For All Purposes, "Whether Tour
Requirements are for Home Use
Or for a Carload.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS WITH US.
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can be heated about 100 decrees hieher without

smoking. This extreme heat instantly cooks the

outer sunace, and forms a crust vhich prevents
the absorption of fat

Fry fish with Cottolene and it will never be greasy,
but crisp and appetizing enough to make your mouth
water.

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Cottolene As more economical than lard; costs no

more, ana goes one-third farther than
either butter or lard.

You are not practicing
economy if you are not using
Cottolene in your kitchen.

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PAINS IX THE STOMACH

If you continually complain of pains
In the stomach, your liver or your kid kidneys
neys kidneys are out of order. Neglect may
lead to dropsy, kidney trouble, da da-betes
betes da-betes or Bright'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,
and back, writes: "My kidneys were
deranged and my liver did not work
right. I suffered much, but Electric
Bitters was recommended and I Im Improved
proved Improved from the first dose. I now feel
like a new man." It will Improve you,
too. Ouly 50 cents and $1. Recom Recommended
mended Recommended by Tydings & Co. Adv.

The Best Gift.
The best gift is the one that shenrs

thought an appreciation of -what will
be pleasing and useful to the recipi

ent that is what counts for value, not

the price In money.

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FLORIDA CITRUS EXCHANGE

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The correct treatment for cuts.

burns, scalds, wounds, sores lumbago,

rheumatism, or neuralgia 13 BAL

LARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It Is heal healing,
ing, healing, penetrating and antlceptlc which
is everything that is needed to effect

a complete cure. Price 25c, 50c and $1

per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Ad.

OCALA LODGK XO. 2S. V. P. O. K.

Ocala Lodge So. 2&S. Benevolent, and

Protective Order of Elks, meets the

seccmd and fourth Tuesday evenings in
each month. Vi?'ting brethren always
welcome. Howell JL Hampton, E. R.

Joseph Bell, Secretary. Ad.

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TICKETS SOLD APRIL 15TH AND 16TH WITH FINAL
LIMIT APRIL 22ND.

For Information, Call on Any A. C. L. Ticket Agent
Y. R. BEAZLEY, J. G. KIRKLAND,,

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Tampa, Fla.

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