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THE FURNITURE MEN
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OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 12, 1913
rnrnTW m nrrnrni
could ';' he! 1. the interval beinz used
j to onta:n a corn piete un H-r.-tan-iin'-'
diplomatically !twfi-n Ja;an and the
United State.-, or perhaps to frame a
rc.v treaty t-overinz disputed points.
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meiit WiinlH thf M.He Id !. rc j
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tin- ( llnr
mo Ttiuuniul Il):ir for One f'arlond
of tht Tool boomr Pod
Information has be.-n received by
Mav II. Secretary of j
.-'i : Pryan la-t nizht formulated a i
!i-.,,i'j- to Governor Johns. m of Cali- S. McDowell that on car of beans con-f-.rnia.
settinz f..rt!i represents ions of ;zned from Gainesville, and which
t .fai-mt-.-c government and views of reac-bed New York lat Wednesday,
SHI 10 1 SECOND
Johnson' i-li-t ritinu Hill Will ep ep-iiriilr
iiriilr ep-iiriilr .Marion (ouiifi from ome of
Her Old clyhliiir
"il-on Cypress Co.'.- mill for'
of nunu-of the
. tka News.
f the lumber.
linnr nnimnn m unnnn
lilt till (1 1)1 Ml,
A IIWIIKMIII'S vision
TalLih.is-.--. May II T:-. rv
itiz bill offered by Senator Jo:
.ijv.innt. which passe I the S
an over whelm in z vote, is ep
o w.iat wa-
!! for a sum in ex-.-.s f I2.Q90. :
divi les the
n a 1 e b y
: 1 to
v o : e in
lere-1 discrimnatorv in the Webb j Gainesviile
anti-alien bill p.t--ci by 5 he California!
1- : sla t u re an-1 now a wait in z action
by ;':ie governor.
The impression lias spread in official
ciri-les that Secretary I .ryan will u-rze
the a!ifornia zovern -r to refer the
bill bifk to tiie P-i-'ature for modifi-
c;it tons that would meet tiie Japanese I
im. V. K. L.VXE,
Spe-inllt, I-e I2ar, nnil Throat.
Office. Law Library Rb.'g.. Ocala. Ad.
I'K.Wl'TS FOH SALE
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'. I.b.vd Hazhes. in Portsmouth, O.,
A.- 1 st an-1 on tiie shore of tiie sea of
i:ri:;iu:iy. I have ever and anon seen
op'.e em 'nark on the boats called
11 j -ks. Some of these crafts launch
j out to the deep without a raz of sail
on and I hear the arztiments as to who
-jn j shall be the captain. l ere long
i they are dashed against the rocks of I
objections. There is a well founded i Hand picked peanuts at one dollar
belief that if Gov. Johnson refused to j and twenty-five cents per bushel, at H
ei'lo-r veto tiie bill. or recommend
i-iodifb-ations. ''alifomia friends of me
ti.-.lei'.tl administration would attempt
to invoke tiie referendum with the idea
of nullifyinz the law until an election
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venze.nce and the bulwarks of dis dis-content.
content. dis-content. Tiiey scramble- over the
craius hastily to have .their names
chronicled in tiie chambers of divorce divorcement,
ment, divorcement, contrary to the law of divine
majesty. Peiiold, I see other boats
tii the'r larze sails of love fluttering
the breeze of affection. I hear no
4 42 i ?i ument Tiiev have no cantains.
T.-'.O t on ly mates, and these mates are al al-.'.::
.'.:: al-.'.:: ?2- j wa vs evinz tiie comiiass which indi-
cates tiit-ir latitudes that no rocks
201,57.". rea. ii their reels. They know the
'height of their affection, and can see
I the breakers ahead bv the aid of the
idivine lighthouse. They bid defiance
to every wave, and, oh, how they zlide
over the billows with a straight course
Forty year amonz tiie pebbles of
inzle blessedness zives a man a fair
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ouMtltutlonalNti Defeated Federals
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Xozales. Ariz.. May 11. After an es
timated loss of four hundred men on
both sides in lizhtinz which lasted all
day yesterday. 2.500 federals were driv driven
en driven back into G a ay mas. the California
uulf port, by M.OOO insurzent Sonera
state troops. Heavy cannonadinz re reported
ported reported from Ortiz, tiie state troop base,
indicated that the attack on Guaymas
proper had bezun.
Prownsvilie. Tex.. May 11. Four
hundred constitutionalists defeated 250
federal troops at Reynosa. state of
Tamaulipas, Mexico, yesterday, killed
five government soldiers, wounded fif fifteen
teen fifteen and captured the town and burn burned
ed burned Its more important buildinzs.
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J. E. CHACE, President
J. D. ROONEY, Secretary
OGALA EVE?IXG ST A It MDiV, MAV 12. 1P13
OGALA EVENING STAR
Illttlnger & Carroll, Proprietor
II. II. Carroll, General Manager
Port V. Leavengood, IIuMlnenit Manager
J. II. Itenjamin, Editor
Entered in the postoffice at Ocala,
Ida., as second class matter.
HVLLOTS AS WI'.M, AS IIOKU KTS
WVihe. First Lieut Cha. J. litner
and Second l.Uut. H f'. Campbell re returned
turned returned Sunday from toeir week', tudy
of everything military. Th" ramp was
under the supervision of r-aular army
officer, and over -ixty eommi--?ioned
offief-r.-. of th- Florida National Guard
were in attendance.
fioiim or Tiln ii:i:iig.
STATKSMI'N IMtAISKH TIIK XHTIt
It has be-n well said that there i.--
danger in a nation having too many
holy days and holiday--. Some nations
of Southern Europe have so many
saints' days that the observance there thereof
of thereof interferes seriously with the produc productive
tive productive tillage of the fie 's and the out output
put output of the factories, and the United
States, with five national holiday ev every
ery every year, i said by .some of the pessi pessimistically
mistically pessimistically inclined to be heading in the
same direction. It is probable that we
have about as many holidays and an anniversaries
niversaries anniversaries as we can profitably ob observe.
serve. observe. "Mother's Day," however, a beautiful
custom that has sprung up of late
years, is one we should have had from
the foundation of the world, and is one
that we can profitably observe till
Gabriel sounds his trumpet. A mother
never knows any rest," said a wise
woman once, and so "Mother's Day"
won't interfere with the work, nor the
play, like the useful saint it is named
Mother generally does everything,
from tvinsr the baby's loose shoe lace
to carrying a life by main strength
and devotion thru the valley of the
shadow, as a matter of course, so it is
no wonder that nobody thought of
naming- a day in her honor until a few
years ago. And we are afraid that
now the custom has been inaugurated
that it will make more work for her
than for any one else. Everything
The worst thing about it is that man,
the egotist, when he has graciously al allowed
lowed allowed some mother or some mother's
daughter to put a white flower in his
buttonhole, feels quite noble over what
he has done, when it should remind
him to think of what he has left un
done until he is ready to lure son
husky to kick him not to speak of t!je
mental kicks that should hurt worse
We often hear wiseacres and cynics
particularly those of the later school
argue that men are as good as wom women,
en, women, that women are no better than
men. Bur It is difficult to understand
how any but a machine made human
can think so.
The joy and sorrow of motherhood
puts woman's character on a plane un unattainable
attainable unattainable by man. lie'cannnt compre comprehend
hend comprehend it, he cannot sound its depths nor
compass its extent. IJut he should
know it is above and beyond him, as
well as all around him, ami realize that
motherhood gives to the meanest
woman a sainthood that the grandest
man can never attain.
So well it is that this mother's day
has been instituted and may it lead us
all, daughters and sons, to think riot
once a year, nor once a day, but bear
always a consciousness of what we
owe to mother love. A man in love al
ways carries h's love in his soul, ever
when unthinking it is ever with hlrn;
but it takes a strong reminder to
make the average man remember that
he loves his mother.
Mother's Day was well and prettily
remembered in Ocala. The white
flower symbols were numerous and
beautiful, and many who had not the
fortune to wear them were reminded
of their meaning by seeing them. The
churches observed the day with ap appropriate
propriate appropriate sermons, in which the
preachers were naturally inspired by
their purest and tenderest thoughts.
The boys were more considerate than
usual, and we are reliably informed
that several of the girls washed the
It may be that before the day is
celebrated in Florida twice again the
mothers and the sisters will have the
ballot, and if not in two years we are
quite sure they will have it in four or
six. They would appreciate the white
slip of the ballot as much, tho in a
different form, as they do the white
flowers, and even as we men ennoble
ourselves by remembering them in ro romance,
mance, romance, we would help ourselves by en enfranchising
franchising enfranchising them in reality.
The principal argument against equal
suffrage is that "woman should be so
shielded you know the rest; its as
old as the Constitution and ten times
as rickety. It is the exceptional wom woman
an woman who is shielded, and the shielded
ones are likely to be exposed unarmed
to the slings and arrows of outrageous
fortune at any time. "Woman's sphere
is the home," and our laws make It
comparatively easy for some man to
take her home away from her unless
some other man interferes, which he
seldom does unless lie has something
to gain by it. "Women shouldn't vote
because they can't bear arms," but
they have to bear everything- else, in including
cluding including children, which is the greatest
of all sacrifices and services to the
state. "It is natural for man to con control
trol control the government," but it is the na nature
ture nature of brute force, which we are
slowly growing out of in other direc directions
tions directions and can accelerate the progress
by growing out in this one.
There is nothing against equal suf suffrage
frage suffrage of any more weight than there
was a few years ago against women
going out in business to make their
own living. We all know that many
of the best and most reuned women
are found in the offices and stores, and
their contact with the business world
has strengthened their character.-
without" impairing their attractions. It
would be the same way in politics,
and why it should hurt a woman any
more to go to the polls than to a rail
road station or a bargain sale is sorae-
thlng- no man can prove by unpre
So let us give women the ballots as
well as the bouquets, so a not distant
mother's day will be their fourth of
-Trier.? is no place where the ideal
of the people are so firmly fixed and so
highly set as are the ideals of the peo people
ple people of the .-oath." declared the secre secretary
tary secretary of state. William Jennings F.ryan.
in an address Saturday night before
the Southern Society of Washington.
His speech throughout was eulogistic
of the south and laudatory of the men
of that section who have taken part
in the formation of affairs of the na nation.
tion. nation. He pointed to their ideals as an
illustration of those wh -e "convic "convictions
tions "convictions are such that they don't stop to
count how many stand with them."
"I hope the day will never come," he
added with empha-'s, "when the dollar
bill will look so large that a man's
good virtue-- are small in comparison."
Senator John Sharp Williams of Mis
sissippi. Representative Hobson of
Members of th-
Ocala Board of Tr
Wednesday nlaht a
big inning at ,.Zi.
urged to be present,
invited. Matters of
to caia ir- to be di
ed; don't fail t-. be
A .proved :
J. i-:. Chase IT-
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J. D. Roor.ey.
t thi: mi:tiuiiist rumen
orat'ons an 1 b
ing the Sunday
children and j
his own moth.
Par was emphasized
ami ui-ifiuil oorai ocj-i
the r.astor both dur-l
:hool and at the;
At the close of the'
I b al. F:ve an.
a Ha ma and Claude N. Rennet!
Mil, iif.ttii: IMIII. MR
Mrs. Rettie Phillips died yesterday
at her borne at
02 years. Mrs. I
a r. n t t.t 1. T-- C, i M 1 T Vl lUIll UH,1
U7.-1MUIIL 'J i. t . 1 ' ......
ly respected by all.
it the age of
was an old
How soon we are forgotten. Last
week, a Star reporter in.iuir.-d of the
ounty officials and many others to
tind out who was the William R. Hill Hill-yer,
yer, Hill-yer, who is registered from Ocala in
the agricultural department at Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. And no one had heard of him.
Now comes Judge David Williams and
informs the Star that the said William
R. Hillyer was once a prominent citi citizen
zen citizen of Ocala, that he was postmaster
and county judge, that he built the
Agnew house on North Main street and
married a Marion county girl. It has
been about a third of a century ago
since he left here, and except by our
citizens he is forgotten.
was the inspiration of r
ambition, the phy-ician
childish ills, the em bo t
tion to his every n-el
now is the
Mr. Lvy .-poke to the
ung people concerning
v.-ho -till living a: Si
of all his
;ent of devo-
and want and
comfort of his mature
.irifed the children to re-
Pathe Weekly, To Heel Western Fea Feature.
ture. Feature. Vmideiile Temple Tonight
or.- of those Temple "hard
:h--ws tor.laht. Feature No.
t i ea t"
1 is Ra
fc-a t ure.
urinir t::e :n :n-Wilson.
Wilson. :n-Wilson. and
No. 2 is "The
a two reel
or if she
that a slower be
with a kiss of
has gone across th
which we call death
worn in her memory.
At eleven o'clock while the sermon
was not as a whole given over to the
consideration of Mother's Day or any
special phase of motherhood, yet the )
theme lent Jt-elf wtdl to the emphasis j
of mother love, rhe climax of bit hu- )
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Ilia:! O Oil, aiCJ t.;- n; ... -i t me ii i.
the holiest and best iheff
sacrifice. .. i
"This is 'Mother's Day'."" aid'th.-j
sneaker, "and we have mingled here i
ic white and red in these beautiful
I no. -t r
time a i
t i o n i -1
.1 Jeff. Ft-a
r.tr'- La-t ?
those licenced features that
.- heat. "The Discovery" is a
rrrets" is an exc
i'Vtl acts in vat:
t. novelty acrol-a
D..n't miss thi thi-Io..rs
Io..rs thi-Io..rs open at 0
This bank realizes its duties to the public, and endeavors at all times to.
render all possible assistance in time of need.
Its loans have been distributed in small amounts over a large territory, en enabling
abling enabling the farmers to make their crops.
We are cognizant of the fact that the prosperity of all classes depends up upon
on upon the farms of our country.
We have endeavored to be of service to the community at large, beliveing
that "bread cast upon the waters will return."
Ttie Miiiiroe & CltamMIss Bank
... r. e of t h e
Icviile, a big
a and contor-
b;g show to to-?.
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Eastern Star sewing circle
.m!w.,llmont nf 1 ffiPPI Wit 11 li ft. 1' V V. OOtl, .MJ.
in human! Inscawill.i -tree:
INDIAN III XNEIl DI CKS
Secretary D. S. u llliams has return
ed from a tour of Lake county in the
interest of the Marlon Fair Association.
Mr. Williams had a favorable reception
wherever he went and says the pros prospects
pects prospects are good for exhibits from our
Our sTrrr--;.--n ,n t tirM rTl. Jj. Carney,
wants the legislators to stick to their
work. He made a sharp protest against
unnecessary adjournments Friday afternoon.
Mr. R. (). Connor, coming home from
Williston last week, said the cucumber
industry in that enterprising section
was something immense, several car carloads
loads carloads of the juicy vegetable going for forward
ward forward every day. Mr. Conner says the
people over there haven't much hope
for their Rloxham county with this
legislature, but are quite sure of mak
ing- a good
showing for it before the
The State Optometrical Examining
Roard will metV injjr. D. M. Honey's
office in this 'cifSTay 21 and 22. Some
of the leaders in the profession will
A bronze memorial monument to
Carl Schurz was unveiled on Morning Morning-side
side Morning-side drive, New York City, Saturday, in
the presence of many distinguished
German and American citizens and
members of the family of the former
cabinet officer and first German-born
citizen to enter the United States Senate.
floral offerings the white the symbol
of purity, the red the symbol of ard ardency.
ency. ardency. "Why a Mother's Day? Ik-cause
mother love in its various forms and
expressions is the nearest approach to
that love born in the heart of God the
Father of us all. who gave his only ton
as a sacrihciai orrering. on me aitar oi
his love for human souls.
"The cross becomes the sign and
symbol of man's progress upward, and
the croirs gets its meaning from the
love of God to man. thus it is the sign
and symbol of sacrifice. Sacrifice for
love's sake emphasizes a significance
to Mother's Day."
At the close of the sermon Mr. Ley
uncovered a cross drawn on a large
blackboard displaying 100 squares,
which represented in denominations of
$o to $100 the amount of $2".00 the sum
needed to enlarge the present Sunday
school room, and after briefly t-xplain-ing
the plan and purpose, had quickly
subscribed about $1400. It is hardly
needful to say that with such a tart,
when the canvass is completed the full
amount will be tvMizcd. Its a way the
Methodist folks have jn Ocala.
Ic. Rlitch of Rlitchton Jns been
among the prominent visitors to the
capital during the past week. He ws
a conspicuous figure here as far back
as 1SIH, being in the senate from Mar Marion
ion Marion county that year. He has a great
many friends here who are always
glad to see him and Is well known to
all the assembled politicians. Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee Item in Times-Union.
mmihtiii.m; that woxt iireak
Ladies, it a. comb that we guar guarantee
antee guarantee that you cannot break. Call at
the Court Pharmacy and 3k to see it
on your next trip down town. Adv.
Pure blood fawn and white, standard
variety of the?e farno is "egg' ma machines."
chines." machines." i:rgs for sale for hatching at
ten cents ea..h. Also two drakes for
sale at i2 each. Write or inquire of
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T1IK MAW UEST OF EVFUVTHIXG IN P.I ILDIXG CONS HU CTIOX
We are prepared to handle all branches of Building Work, no matter how lar.ee or small. We offer our
-erk't'.s and materials. Carpentry, .Masonry, Brick and Stone, Plumbing. Steam Fitting, Lathing and Tlas Tlas-ering.
ering. Tlas-ering. Rooting, Blacksmithing. Special Iron Work, and all other branches of building.
lYe (Mier to the Trade Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hoofing, Sewer Pipe, Plumbing and Steam Pitt ing Supplies and
Building Brick, IJoth Common and Pressed.
UIKIYAL A XI Pld'AUTl'KE
OF TRAIN'S AT OCALA
Flies are a great menace to health
and aside from the v,iestion of health,
they are very disagreeacl. Let us
screen your house with our modern
method, home manufactured screens.!
The following schedule is not paid
for, but is printed for the information
of the public. The railroads are re requested
quested requested to send in corrections when-
; ever necessary.
SEABOARD AIR LINE
Ocala Lumber & Supply Co. 3-25-tf
OI.LIK MOKDIS MARKET OI'BN"
The market rormeriy Known as the
Ollie Mordis' is now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and fiih
Orders by phone will receive prompt
attention. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right.
Ad. OLLIE MORDIS.
Dtaler In Fancy Groceries. N. Magnolia.
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.
OCALA I.ODGIt n. rG. 7i. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 2S6, Benevolent and
Protective Order of Elk's, meets the
second and fourth Tuesday evenings In
each montti. Vis't'ng brethren alway;
welcome. Cliis Y. Hunter, E. R.
Joseph Bell, Secretary Ad.
;. it. itp.i Mov j riiATT.oo;
AVI" VTIir.ll lllll'OItT
Representative ,T. Thomas Iletlin of
Alabama has been selected to deliver
the Memorial Day address at Gettys Gettysburg,
burg, Gettysburg, lie is the first southerner to be
chosen for that honor. Mr. Heflin is
serving his sixth term in Congress and
is considered an orator of merit. He
was born in 186'J, after the civil war.
George Wray, the well known mus musician
ician musician and piano tuner of Daytona, died
at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. E.
Nicholson, in Orlando, last week, and
was buried in Daytona Reach cemetery
a day or so later. Mr. Wray was 70
years old and a native of Australia. He
was well known in Ocala, where he
was a frequent visitor.
Partly cloudy, south wind.
Minimum temperature, 58 def
Maximnm temperature, 1'T de
Average, 70 degrees.
WOXDERFUi SKUJ SALVE
Rucklen's Arnica Salve is known
everywhere as the best remedy made
for all diseases of the skin, and also
for burns, bruises and boils. Reduces
Inflammation and is soothing and heal healing.
ing. healing. J. T. Hossaman, publisher of the
News, of Cornelius, N. C, writes:
that one box helped his serious skin
ailment after other remedies failed.
Only 23 cents. Recommended by Tyd Tyd-ings
ings Tyd-ings & Co. Ad.
OPEN" DAY AND NIGHT
Merchant's Cafe, A. C. L. depot cor corner.
ner. corner. Meals a la carte and lunches at
any hour. Ad.
If you want a well, have a good one
and let S. II. Christian do your work.
Adv. May 21.
R. D. FULLER
Office Over Munroe & Cbanibliss Daub
CHAPTER NO. 1.1, R. ,. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the fourth
Friday in every month, at 7:S0 p. m.
C. E. Connor, II. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union of
America, meets in Yonge's Hall on the
second Thursday evening of each
month Geo. L. Taylor, F. M.
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad.
Chattanooga, May 11. The reunion
of the Grand Army of th Rejubiic
will be- held in Chattanooga in Sep-teinh-er,
the invitation having been ac accepted
cepted accepted py t.degrapb last night.
limited leaves Jacksonville at
11:30 a. m. ar.d arrives in Tampa at -6
p. m. It leaves Tama. at 1 p. m. and
arrives in Jacksonville at 7:30 p. m. It
stops only at Turkey Creek, riant City,
Dade City, W'ldw.ouJ, Ocala, Starke
ATLANTIC COAST LINE
southbound .lax. and St.' Petersburg?
No. ..10:35 p.m. 10:46 p.m.
No. 31 -':i0 p.m. 2:42 p.m.
ooultiliunnil Ocala nod Laketac1
No. 35 (iiuunyjim) -.6:40 a.m.
.Northbound .lax. mid &, Petersburg
No. 10 y;19 a-m 5:20 a.ui.
No. 40 ,12:54 p.m. 1:14 p.m.
Northbound Lakelaud aud Oea8,
No. 32 (Sunnyjim) ... .Arrive 9:50 p.m.
Oeala and llomo.sawwn
Leave l-Io. 40 8:20 a.m.
Leave No. 4? 2:25 p.m.
.rrivo No. 44 12:50 p.m.
An i.'c No. 4S 6:i.5 p.m.
Lv. for I'alatka.. 7:89 a.m. i:25 p.m.
aundiy trains .... S:00 a.m. 1:25 p.m.
Ar. from Lalatka 1 0:40 a.m. 5:10 p.m.
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SHOWER OF ICE
KNIGHTS OF PVTIilAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday a 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the Jams Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to visit visiting
ing visiting brothers. D. W. Tompkins, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. IX. is. Ad.
J. G. PURVIS,
Hailvtones Large as Hen Eggs Fell In
Mouitru-. tlk. May n. Hailstones,
some of which were as liryp as hen
eggs, fell in tlie Duckhead district iu
CoPjuitt- county yesterday afternoon,
destroying cotton and corn over hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of acres. Rigs ami chickens
were killed by the falling ice. One
man is reported injured.
Temple Tonight and Tomorrow Nfht, Novelty AirobatM and Cont irrt ionlt
TIIOlNDS OF MIHINEHS
FLtK'KING TO TKXA
Offices over Nash's
Dry Goods Store.
Dallas, Texas. May 11. One thou thousand
sand thousand members f the Ancient Order of
Nobles nf the Mystic Shrine, the van vanguard
guard vanguard .if Cue great army of Shriners,
arrived in Italia yesterday to attend
the annual meeting of the Imperial
Council Widt h begins Monday. Thou-
fc; l ?l 1 m it f i.lher i ti t- t .-a r o t-i .1 t t w
S friends are already within the borler?
of the state en route to Dallas.
Registered Pigs For Sale!
3IARION-DUNX MAsOMC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. & A.
M. meets on the first and third Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evenings of each month at 7:30
o'clock, until further notice.
C. E. Simmons, W. M,
Jake Drown. Secretary. Ad.
Some person with "mighty poor
raisin'," as Southern folks were wont
to say, penned the following para paragraph:
graph: paragraph: "Mr. Bryan will not serve wine be because
cause because his parents and his wife's par parents
ents parents did not. We are glad his parents
did not object to the use of forks."
The Times-Union commenting there thereon
on thereon said:
"Such objections are captious isn't
It v.rtuous to save a dollar?"
The Star is in doubt which of the
two shows the greatest lack of breeding-.
Roth are curiosities in their way.
The legislature of Florida has rati ratified
fied ratified the amendment to the federal
constitution providing for the election
of United States senators by popular
The Ocala Rifles were well repre represented
sented represented at the camp of instructions for
commissioned officers held in St. Au Augustine
gustine Augustine last week. Capt Fred E.
J, E. GHACE
Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
DR. L. F. BLALOGK
OFFICE OVER COMMERCIAL
DR. D. M. B0NEY
LOYAL ORDER OF 3IOOSE
The Ocala Lodge No. 699, Loyal Or Order
der Order of Moose, meets each Thursday
evening at 8 o'clock in the Gary build building,
ing, building, third floor. V'siting brothers are
invited to attend our meetings.
Geo. F. Mershor, Dictator.
E. L Stapp, Secretary. Aa.
It would surprise you to Know the
great good that is being done by
Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius Dow Downey,
ney, Downey, of Newberg Juncticr N. B., writ writes:
es: writes: My wife has been using Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Tablets and finds them very
effectual and doing her lots of good."
If you have any trouble with your
stomach or bowels give them a trial.
For sale by all dealers. Ad.
Attorney at Law
itttli j better.
isn't os cheap as it used to be
tiie telephone was invented.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, Independent
I Order of Odd Fellows, meets every
Tuesday evening at o'clock in
Yonge's Hall. Fort King ave. Visit Visitors
ors Visitors in the city invited to be with us.
Munroe & Chambliss Bldg.
! L. F. Ballard, N G.
W. I. Colburt, Secretary. Ad.
Registered Duroc Jersey pigs sired by Top Noteher
Wonder, Fancy's Sensation, Cherry Tenn., Tenn. Col.''
Tippy Orion, Lexington Chief and H. C's. Col., out ;
of dams such as Orion Chief, Missouri's wonder
Tip Top Notcher, Ohio Chief, Golden Model, Volun Volunteer,
teer, Volunteer, Cherry, Tenn., King of Colorado and others
representing herd carrying blood lines the equal of
any. If you have any doubt about Florida raised
hogs visit my farm and see how it is done.
H. H. WHITYVORTH, Proprietor
Hiawatha Lake Stock Farm
Madame, Do You Believe In
I There never was a time when peo-
pie appreciated the real merits of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy more
I than now. This is shown by the in in-j
j in-j crease in sales and vcluntary testl testl-;
; testl-; menial? from persons who have been
; cured by it. If you or your children
iare troubled with a cough or cold give
i: a trial and become acquainted with
j its sood qualities. For sale by all
i dealers. Ad.
Well, hfre'n a Mire Way to get renlt: yy
Wntrh the mnj-ketx closely, an! whenever on run mnke a wavlnic 0
I Ituyint; jruir men Ik, flb, poiUri. fn,li. -ut-t tittle, or milk and
butler in larger tiuantitien than nnnl, DO SO huiI mr refrigerator YY
wlli l Hhal it uht l ,W ur own Hl sloraue nlnnt. 5!
Close, Practical Economy?
fome men liorrow a fiver and
for ever after as if the only thi:
owe you is a eru le.
If you wish to buy, sell, j
lease, or exchange, it will;
pay you to take the matter;
up with me at once.
t 3 t
b'-auty about the
inder your feet.
iry weather is
the jrra-s to
For the ailments of women, DR.
tlMMON'S SQUAVr VINE COMPOUND
is an effective remedy. It correct? ir- :
promotes cheerf ul spirits and restore?
a clear, healthy complexion. PriceJl
per bottle. Sold by all drugstores. Ad.
The ood are sel lorn a- -rood a
think themst-lves. and the b.i b.i-never
never b.i-never a? bad as the good think t
Optometry Office and Laboratory
9 to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 4:30 p. m.
Rooms 2-6 Gary Building, Ocala, Fxa.
Wash out old sore, teetering- wounds
and ulcers with DARBY'.-; PROPHY PROPHYLACTIC
LACTIC PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. It is a wonderful dis disinfectant
infectant disinfectant and healing remedy. It heals
up running sores of long standing that
will not yield to an ordinary liniment,
because it destroys poisonous germs,
cleanses the sore of foul matter and
helps nature to repair the damaged
nsh. Price 3u cents per bottle. Sold
by all drugstores. Ad.
J. H. BRINS0N
M'lVER & MAC KAY
Undertakers and Embalrners
fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. McIVKII and C. V. KOISERT3
I'uneral Directors I
Ill Work Done ly Licensed E):ii E):ii-baliners
baliners E):ii-baliners and Fully Guaranteed.
Poor appetite is a sure sign of Im Impaired
paired Impaired digestion. A few doses of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab Table's
le's Table's will strengthen your digestion and
improve your appetite. Thousands
nef.ted by takin;
by all dealers.
Of FIr.nl Settlement and I)lrbartr
siven that on the
'- ,i -.-
- j j;
.-:--n-: win 7 resent my accounts ar.
voucher to the judge of probate in
ar.u i-)T Marion county, Florida, at his
cir.ce :n Ocala, and will make ray
.1 will apply for dis-
January, A. D. 1312
D. A. Smith,
cf the Estate of A.
NOTICE lO Tit EDITOR'S
given to all credit-
BROADWAY AND lllh ST.
Clean, Comfortable, Convenient and Home-Like Hotel, on
the American and European Plans.
per day and up. European Plan. 11.00 pr ly and m
Special W eekly Rates.
Churchill & Co.
E. .Melver 104
1. V. Roberts 20b
Undertaking Office 47
or.-. legatees, distributees and all other
j er-on having claim? and demand' I
estate of AlhertL Barber.
he i:r.itr-:c'rit'i witnin one
he date of the first pubp.ca-
-ri of -.his notice, to-wit: January
th. i'l2. D. A. Smith,
s Administrator Estate of Albert I
Ocala, Florida. Jan. 30, 1912.
BARGAIN IfT SAYMILL
We have on hand a slightly used complete Saw Mill
which is capable of cutting 15 to 70 thousand feet per day.
Will sell at a bargain. We have all kinks of Machinery
"LET PLOOF SHOW THE PROOF"
THE H: E. PLOOF MACHINERY COMPANY
770-774 W. Bay St. Phone, Local and Long Distance
&liLi fcVEMSfl rAJl, W.VOAV, HAY 12, 191 J
Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and 94.
f;.MK ik baeI All
k. of p
o m o r r o w
, n -r.
Box files at
C' jurt I'har;nar-y 6-12
J. 1. M
Our .jiintry baseball c-ou ri are
oniin to town. The Anthony artJ
Reddick hoys have picked a team from
their combined membership, and the
i-yrviati..n will be here Wednesday
if:-rn.jon fur a srame with the local
nine. They ar- zocj r-layers, too; and
will ;.'.it our
ii'oin:r to be
hoys on their mettle. Its
a spirited frame, and all
fan should see it. Game will be
at Wednesday afternoon.
n sim in
If you have any items for this de department,
partment, department, call Phone 106.
.Mr. V. E. Kid red
Bath sprays for a
the Court Pharmacy.
-r lav in
T;ir AW '. T. I". will meet Tuesday
afternoon at the residence of Mrs. J. Ii.
Ley at four o'clock. The program will
be appropriate to Mother's Day and a
ordial invitation is extended to the
mothers and friends of the members to
ie present at this meeting.
If you want something'
;o to Carter's Bakery.
rood to eat
Inks jn any ize
and kind at the
I,y h h-at
at h-at the
t bottles in quirts and
HI; SI,I MI IN Til K
The man who has a hank account feels sel re respect
spect respect and confidence. There is a mysterious thing
called "Credit," which is based on faith. You can
establish this credit and this faith, that people have
in you, by havinrf MONEY IN THE BANK. The bank banker,
er, banker, who is the friend and advisor of every business
man in his community, grows to believe in you when
he sees you putting money away for your future. If
you have not got a bank account start one NQW,
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Aeeounts
J Mr. and Mrs. W. 11 Tonn.-r of Citra
f wer- at iiv "K-ala House today.
The Star is informed that the Dun Dun-neliun
neliun Dun-neliun Phosphate Company closed
down all hut two of its mines Satur Saturday
day Saturday nihr. It has about half a mill-
jdntsjion tons of rock on hand, and the un-
-ettld condition of Kurupean affairs
has reduced the demand considerably.
About 1800 men are thrown out of
C1. Robert V. Poaers. the philoso-:t-r
and statesman, is in the city fron
The ('lark-on baby, th
to say. rested t 11 last
doinn well to.lax-.
Star is i:
l'ATIIi: AVEEU,,' TWO
WITKK IKVtlHi:. V.VI 'DEVILLE.
I i;U"LH TOMtiHT. Adv.
Master West lake M
turn to tiis itwiur- from
Marri.-d. t !i-vniviirs-. (Monday.) at
r o'doek. at h" Metlio-list church. Rev.
.1. P.. Ley ir!lc1aj!riy, Mrs. Iucile Mar Martin
tin Martin Kaion, dauxhter of Mr. and M,v-. t5.
i Ij. Martin. f Lake Weir, and m. Harrv
fu Potter of JacksonvVf.
HEEL "theT left"6n 1 o'clock A. C. 1
train fo7 .tdvannah, where they will
-;;'.i on the St. Louis of th. ?tavannah
; Line for New Yorl; After spending
'.uiraKe will re- a forniuht ine ast they will reside
Mr, Vtter is
trie hospital: in .Tt-ksouyiUe. where
eiiaued in business.
Tiie sincere cdw.( vlshes of many
k nil or paonv ;nv- Court Pharmacy Marion -ouniy people attend this
tor yuuy quick and accurate prescnp-1 uhI.mj. Mrs. Potter, who passed most
tion service. Piione 2bi. S-'ii j of her girlhood by the shores of Lake
: j Weir, Is a lovely and accom!?l,vhct
American Peauiy Path. Spray fits any j lady, and all Mr. Potter's friends can
;t-aih tur.. Outfit complete ? 1.25 at j sincerel;' congratulate Ntm on winning
tierig's drugstore.4, Adv. U. lovely a bvia.
.X":-x:-x-X"X-K-:-:'XK-:-:-x-: ; Ta m pa.
4 1 i si t
-A W-n t -.1 W.-H
.ir. 1.. l. tai nas returne.i irom u.
two weeks' visit to Green Spric...', ut
CI IK 'I" IT COl'ItT IN SKi!n
j Shoe polish of every description can
JL : be found at the Court Pharmacy. Ir it
is shoe polish, they hav i- Adv.
South Atlantic League,
& i Ir Z. Van Hood left for Miami to to-!lay.
!lay. to-!lay. to attend the meeting of the
: State Medical Association.
Mr, K. C. Rivers who was a business
visitor to Tampa Saturday afternoon,
returned home today.
If it isn't an 1'.'. j.uuu, It isn't a
kodak. Kodaks aud P.rownies, all sizes
and pri -e, at Uerig's drugstores. A
STA ti S3 -lliH
I . '-. :
V ; 4 ?
f .; -.
r v-V V-v - Wi:s
Mr. John Mathews of t'andier was
the city Saturday f-ir the first time
Circuit court convened this morning',
md will I'lobabiy be in session for the
next four weeks:
Following are the srand jurors for
the term and the petit jurors for the
1 firautl JiirorM f
C. M. Cam, Arch Culbreatr,. H.C.
Young. Wm. K. Tonner, JJ. K. Branch,
; A. Fort, W. A. ITtnley, F. 1. Dekle,
, C. S. Turney. J. S. McAteer
.IVp',',;, c. L. Anderson, J. B
i Hen Hiieinauer, Uliam Sehint
Neely and Jake KWm.
i J. v Hiahtower. S. R, Pyle-j. II. L.
jtiriggs. I T. HickoM, W. W. King,
Cieo. o. Turnei-. John II. Taylor, J. W.
: Johns, s. V. Campbell. 15. F. AV. Early,
!-M. M. Proctor and A. II. Baxter.
eer. ii. C C-P.
P. C-P. Qfbrge.
ntdt, .X M,.
R P A man that'ii hard to
shoes'.' Let us "give you a fit.'
t le.'s Shoe Parlor. "-S-6t
f ( cala several
.T T 1 1 & m rt n rl t ) r oinia t r I
Mter Carlotta II -elect eil
It will be gratifying news to the
legions of friends in Marion countv of
Sister Esther Carlotta to learn of her
re-election to the state presidency of
the United Daughters of the Confed Confederacy
eracy Confederacy at the Recent convention in Live
Oak. The other officers elected are:
First vice president. Mrs. II. IL Mc Mc-Creary
Creary Mc-Creary of Gainesville; second vice
president. Mrs. J. II. Taylor of Gaines Gainesville;
ville; Gainesville; third vice president. Mrs. R. L.
Moore of Marianna: fourth vice presi president.
dent. president. Mrs. S. B. Weaver of Miami; re recording
cording recording secretary. Mrs. Katie Lloyd
Gwyne of Fort Myers: corresponding
secretary. Mrs. R. B. Jarvis of St. Au Augustine:
gustine: Augustine: treasurer, Mrs. Clarence W.
Maxwell of Jacksonville: historian.
Miss Caroline Brevard of Tallahassee;
registrar. Mrs. J. W. Stephens of Jack Jacksonville;
sonville; Jacksonville; registrar of C. F... Mrs. Bessie
Wilson of Penacola: recorder of cross crosses.
es. crosses. Mrs. F, R. McCormack of Live Oak.
Kissimmee will entertain the con convention
vention convention next year.
.During the business session Friday
afternoon two amendments to the con constitution
stitution constitution were offered. First, that the
president could hold the chair only
two years; second, that the annual
convention te changed from the first
Wednesday in May to the first Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday in November. Both brought
lively debates but on being put to a
vote the measures were defeated.
In Compliment t Ml Lawrence
Miss Margaret Lawrence who is be being
ing being so beautifully feted prior to her
marriage next month, will aatrw be
the special guest of honor at a pretty
party to which the folio wing invita invitation
tion invitation has been received by friends:
"Miss Nettie amp at home, Ocala
Country Clai., Saturday, May the sev sev-entee'Stri,
entee'Stri, sev-entee'Stri, nineteen hundred and thir thirteen,
teen, thirteen, four o'clock. Miss Lawrence.
The Younsi Ladies' Auction Club will
be entertained Friday at :J :f!0 o'clock
by Miss Annie Atkinson. All members
please take note.
Little Miss Mildred Pittman, who is
a student at St. Joseph's Academy in
St. Augustine, is spending the week weekend
end weekend with her mother, Mrs. J. II. Pitt-
man, at her home 2130 Oak street.
Jackson vUle Metropolis.
Mrs. E. J. Mills-Price, who has been
visiting her parejtts, Mr. and Mrs. G,
K. Robinson sine last fall, will leave
on th third June for her home in
Boston, Mass. will be accompanied
by her daint ASfttle daughter, Hope
Isabella, who arrived at the home of
her grandparents February 16th.
Misses Ethel and Lola MoClure. Rev
and Mrs. Bunyan Stephens and Master
McClure Stephen.4 left today for Jack
sonville, from, which place the Misses
McClure leave for their home in Shel Shel-byvitle,
byvitle, Shel-byvitle, Ky., and Rev. Stephens and
family go to Atlanta to visit Mr.
This bank, with ample capital, large resources, and
an efficient and well-systematized organization,
has the ability and disposition to give good service.
Our various departments are well equipped with
modern facilities for transacting business prompt promptly
ly promptly and economically.
THE OGALA NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL. FULL, PAID IX f7St.
H. D. STOKES, CtiUtr.
JNO. L. EBWARB8, Ptm. CLARENCE CAMP. VI Prw.
Yinol the Ideal tonu
mer or winter complaints. Its home
Ocala is the Court Pharmacy, fi-1
for either su!fi-:eased the
eek ago. in search of
jewelry store, has
If of the storeroom
oi V'e snmn ouiiiuiig on .Nortn .Mam
street and will a oon as he -ran- get
- i!t!.: bve. oprn U41 lor business,
a pteasuiu wit 11 our elec-, -TlTo" I-vn n rer?r! Iww -ease, cabinets;
A 1 rial will convince you. i work benches and other necessarv
Messrs, A, IV Mitchell. S. P. Camp Camp-hell
hell Camp-hell and P. W. Collens of Summerfield
were in the city toil ay.
mce .ou.iworK oeticiies ana otner necessary a, a,-U.
U. a,-U. ,"-1 0-Ct iiurtenances and annliances nsei in a
first class establishmul vf this char character,
acter, character, arrived ckwu.-aay and are now
heim- .ui m plaee and Mr. Allemond
Boy's elk fov.ls ,u
leathers; ij, :i 10
Parl'M'i 5-8 fit
v'oes i open m a rew aaj's.
Tlie location he has chosen 13 a sood
tan jone and we bespeak fo- ne new en-
terprise a libera., ihare
age of ;..u people.
of the patron-
Trailing Arbutus, a new tV,;iu.i pow powder
der powder for Rexall story Ac the Postof Postof-fice
fice Postof-fice r7'a-jSiorc. Adv.
Mr. Walter Yonge, a c!vn a; th.j t
K. CJrocerv is v'0 sigk, and was taken
t itie hospital this morning.
Rexall Tan and Freckle Lotion Is an
excellent external application for
freckles and sunburn, at Gerig' drug drugstores.
stores. drugstores. Adv.
The young ladies of the Philathea
class were v?r- successful in their sale
of c:vr nat tons for Mother's, Iay. They
sold all they had a,nd culd have dis disposed
posed disposed of many mor- It was a pretty
idea and vdt carried out.
YOU MUST PAINT THE NEW HOUSE: YOU OUGHT TO
PAINT THE OLD ONE. IT PAYS-BECAUSE IT SAVES THE
HOUSE. YOU'LL, ENJOY HOME MORE IF YOUR HOUSE
IS NEWLY. BRIGHTLY PA1NTED-SO WILL YOUR WIFE
WHAT'S THE USE OF LIVING UNLESS YOU LIVE?
OUR PAINTS "STICK" AND HOLD THEIR COLORS.
I'ATIIE WF.EKLY, TWO UV;,
wkstkhx 1 1: ;i riu v i'ur.vii.i.i-:.
Tiplvil ''" Itill'l'- Adv.
At the Baptist Sunday school yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning, Mr. W. T. Gary, ?
! su perintendent, put the crown n tbe
"Mother's Day" exercises, by his beau
tiful and anoropriate tribute to the
grandmothers and great grand moth.
ers, some of the most loved o whom
were present to receive th honor.
Miss Knowl the stenographer wV.a
has been with Mr. II. M. Hampton for
several month.-, has gone to Bartow to
1. ike a positiou.
f County Judge W. II smith issued a
: marriage license this morning to Mr.
! Harry B. Pott-r of Jacksonville and
I Mrs Ln-ille M-Aaton of Lake Weir.
' M v. irM. Proctor of the Pedro sec-
!ofs in town attending court. He
re ports tiie crops or tnat sectiin iook iook-ing
ing iook-ing well.
Tiie Baptist church was crowded
yesterday morning, not only with the
members of its own denomination, but
from others, ud many from no church,
to t,i,erve Mother's Day. The music,
as usual, was lovely, and Pastor Stev Stevens,
ens, Stevens, inspired by the occasion, gave his
hearers one of his most eloquent sermons.
Postmaster Britton of Seabreeze has
friends in Ocala who will be pained to
leflrn or ins serious condition at ur,
1ohannon's hospital it Daytona.
A V. Rogers. A. D. McArthur and K.
O. Rivers formed a trio of -Ocala citi
zens spending yesterday in the city. Mr
McArthur was clerk at the old Hill.
boro hotel for several years and has
been h Tampa during tho last few
.tays meeting friends and talking over
old times. Tamp Tribune.
Messrs. J. C. Smith and C. T. Hodges
are spending their evenings construct
ing a boat at the home of the latter
and when completed it will be launch
ed in Silver Springs.
-An attractive visitor coming to
Ocala in a few days? is Miss Agnes Per
son of Orlando, Kho will be the guest
of her cousin, rs. P. E. Mclver. Miss
Person attende the IT. P. C. conven convention
tion convention at Live ok and is now visiting in
Mr. ami Mrs. A. A. Rothchild arrived
at the Harrington yesterday for a few
days' stav. Mrs. Rothchild was for
merly Miss Irene Benjamin and lived
in Ocala fifteen years ago. She is be
ing given a most cordial welcome b'
I Have Several Thousands of Dol Dollars
lars Dollars Worth of
Consisting of Clothing, Shoes, Hats,
DIAMONDS, Watches, Jewelry, Shot
Guns, Revolvers, Rifles, Trunks,
Handbags, Suitcases, Cameras,
Typewriters, Musical Instruments,
Mechanic's Tools of all descriptions,
and hundreds of other articles
which time and space will not per permit
mit permit me to mention.
I PERSONALLY GUARANTEE EVERY SALE
TO BE AS REPRESENTED OR YOUR
Should you need any money I will be glad to loan
same on any personal property. In short, I will
help you to solve the problem of high cost of living.
There was a slight mistake in the
correction to the A. C. L. schedule Sat
urday. Xo. !' arrived from .lackmvtlle
at 10:".-. instead of 10:4'. That Is, it is
due at that time. It arrives when it
Melba face preparations are now ar arrivals
rivals arrivals at the Court Pharmacy. Just
look around on entering the store arid
you will see them. Adv.
Mr. M. G. Davis, manager the
Sumner Lum'oer Company at
was among the business visitors
city Saturday atiernoon.
S 5S i 1 h S SI
The sturdy old
:tevens of Berliy.
farmer, Mr. C. C
was in town Satur-
brotlier. Mr. John
f Ta.pn Springs, who came
is Clarion county rela-
This is Mr. John.
Ocala in four
up to visit hi
tives and friends.
Stevens' first visit
Hani and Lot, on
blocks west of the
I am keeping at my Sales
West Exposition Street three
court house square.
a Fine Drove of
Horses and Ft
Animals for all pur purposes,
poses, purposes, and at ?vason
able prices. I no to
market e a c h two
weeks and select the
stock in person and
get the very best.
Call at the Lot, you will find some Stock to suit you,
ii it is one or dozen head you need, I have them.
i -X -.' V'- ' V R
Mr. .lno. T. Bosch, representing a big
Atlanta electrical house, afu-r a bus business
iness business visit in this city, wen: to St.
.Petersburg la.t niy'ut. hut will return
in a da or so to u:ve eIlrt evidence
V V'I'H K WKKKLV, TWO REEL
M-:TI-:iV FEATl HE, VAUDEVILLE
TEMIM.E TOMCiHT. Ail v.
to tne circuit
i t v
has added it it-lie
lie it-lie s-iuart-. It
1 i 4' h t
e pub pub-e
e pub-e Gen-
ut in be-
tween -Master s store an-i tne .nanuu
Hardware t-'ompany. It is a splendid
liilht. but does not St-em quite as
Uriafnt as tin- one between the Ocala
House and the Court Pharmacy.
illumination to tr
vas supplied by t!
L. last night,
W. Pitts, afttr a brief visit to
at Hit dome of her parents
to iiis run on the A. C
Mrs. Pitts is steadily
1 Mr--. Flora Morrison and Mr. J. B
lllorrell, bookkeeper for D. B. Morrison
Co.. were in town yesterday and to
making the trip in Mrs. Morrison's
W. Davis is ho;
.ir. -ti.-n. wiirre ':
...f his candidal
c ": ) a 1 c e s
oni a v;?;t :
ent in the
r the dis-j
d as any.
. Byron Iayne arrived Saturday
Tampa for a visit to his mothe
sister. Mr. Layne expects to ro
here to Cedar Keys and from
- to take a trip as far out west as
1HE MAN WHO WILL SAVE YOU HONEY
Sunday's T'mes-Lnion contained a
picture of the
Yonge in Jacks
mes-l. mon containeo a
home of the late P., JF..
Mrs. Jack Camp and son Henry. w'iX
have been the suests of relatives in
avannah for a week, are home.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hall left today for
West Baden, Ind.. for a formght s stay.
Mrs. C. Yl. Thomas of Vala is visit-
inu relatives here for a few day, en
route to her new summer quarters near
St. Petersburg. Mr. Thomas has gone
on through and will get a cottage and
everything1 in readiness for housekeep housekeeping.
ing. housekeeping. Mr. Thomas was joined at Lees Lees-bur.g
bur.g Lees-bur.g by J. M. Marcom, who has been
spending some time here. Leesburg
notes in Tribune.
new Oklawaha hotel, to Mr. Felt,
Emporia. Eustis notes In Tribune.
Mr. J. M. Guynn and daughter, Mrs.
J. B. Hays, and her little daughter,
are visiting relatives in Jacksonville.
Miss ...Kettle Mclver was the hostess
enterjfaining UOiiiMuHy this after
noon Ue Presbyterian sewinu
be te,V'irid wafers were
If v u want
a pretty low heel pump
r 2 iris or misses, see "The
a: Little's Shue Parlor. 3S6t
s a 1
:e Court Pharmacy 6-12
M. el. NICHOI
LIVE STOCK DEALER OCALA, FLORIDA
At the To
h ousti w.i w.i-i
i w.i-i f ..wded tVf!
thf rt-ei of
wvll as the
Mr. Green hi
ville. They c
from G aines v
to a ns wit ere
:i to stun 1 1 r i r r ; oni. t :
- extremely interes'.ia
Kittens" was v?ry pre'
please'5 the: :.i:reii ,i ; :'...- 1
. f...!ks. i-M:- t...r.iht ; the
is sect; red th-- Bracnar-ls. : 23c,
; an 1 iiiuh cira-le vaude-! drug
come h.Uhly receninietided I
eck is r.ot only painful, t-ut an an-To
To an-To get rid of it quickly, rub
ts affected with BALLARD'S
LINIMENT. It penetrates the
anl relaxes the muscles so that
pain ceases immediately. Price
o0c and tl per bottle. Sold by all
3 cans Van Camo's solid 25c
3 " beans 25c
3 M t Homioy 25c
3 M Mince Meat 25c
2 Sunbeam shrimp 25c
1 lb M Soda 5c
2 cans M small flat Salmon 35c
1 large M .-30c
1 M tall Salmon 30c
2 Argo large Salmon 45c
1 Ocean Gem tall - 20c
Hotel Astor Coffee
40 cts. per Pound
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
Misses Dell Stapn and Mabel Cau-
then. two of Oxford's charming youiiff J
ladies, were In town today, the guests
of Mr E. I Stapp.
Mr. iind Mrs. H. C. Stevens and child children
ren children who have been visiting his par parents.
ents. parents. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Steven?, have
returned to their home in Lakeland.
Miss Dollie Morrish, who has been
teaching at Starke, has returned home,
and will spend the summer with her
parents at Anclote. Tarpon Springs
Miss Morrish was the Christmas
Kuesl of Mi-s Dorothy Schreiber.
Mrs. Harry Borland. Master James
Borland and Mrs. Tonner of Citra were
all day shoppers in town.
Mrs. Juhan. who has been the guest
of Mrs. H. P.- Clarkson sir.'-- Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, returned to her home at Crystal
Iliver this afternoon.
Mr. William Bullock, who spent
Sunday with his parents. Judge and
I Mrs. AW S. Bullock, returned to amps
Dam this afternoon.
Miss Nona Sewell. sl-ter to Mrs. J.
I. Galloway, who has vi-ited fre frequently
quently frequently in Ocala. has been reappointed
to f.ll hr position in the Brooksviile
Friends of Henry A. Dunn, formerly
in the bakery business here, will be
please! to know that he is sail to be
loins; well at Ocala. Tarpon Proars-s've.
I'tTIIf-: WKKKI.V, TWO HF.EL
WESTEHX FKTlItrc, VAVDEVILLK,
Box files at the Court Pharmacy 6-12
Lost. Found, Wanted, For Sale,
For Rent and Similar Local Needs
an 1 all
large! For first class antomoDne service
by the trip, hour or day, phone No.
327. First class car and uniformly
low prices to all. J. C. Geiger. Ad
lYTIIt: WEEKLY, TWO HEEL
WESTI'HA FEVTIKE, VA IDE VI L I.E.
T EM P I.E TO X I G 1IT.. A tl v.
Bjx riles at the Court Pnarmacy -P
-.ia Brandon, local West-elegraj.-h
fKala by the serious 111-
I'OR RENT Offices In Holder build
ing. Apply to Davis & Martin.
WANTED A country woman to do
general house work. Apply to 28 N.
.Sanchez St. 5-10-6t
FOR HALE A brass frame cot and
felt mattress, like new, apply to Star
ROOMS FOR RENT Furnished
rooms for light housekeeping, phone
216, Fort King Ave., and a four room
cottage with gas.
My house, Xo. 229 Fort King avenue,
will be for rent after June 1st. Mrs.
McDowell. 5 2
WANTED To trade new player
piano, standard make, for real estate,
city or country, or will sell at a bar bargain,
gain, bargain, cash or easy terms. Address,
"Piano," care box 228. 5-7-12t
ness of her father. Dr. John Brandon,
who will undergo an operation. Miss
Pauline Adams of Jacksonville will
have charge of the office Tarpon I'ro I'ro-c
c I'ro-c restive.
Mrs. J. W. Johnson returned Sunday
from a visit to her parents at Mcin
John T. Lewis, a former citizen, but
now connected with the Ocala Groc
ery Company, of Ocala, arrived in the
city Tuesday and will move his house-
holl goods to Ocala, where he will re
side permanently. Mr. Lewis has just
consummated the sale of his home
place on Center street, opposite the
I WANT 10 MEN At once to learn
id barber trade. New method. Only
few weeks required. Position waiting.
Tools furnished. Money earned whlln
learning. AVrite today. A. B. Moler,
Pres., Moler .System, Atlanta Ga. 10-6t
FOR SALE A steam laundry equip
ped with modern machinery and at
present doing a profitable business;
everything in splendid running ordr
Operates its own water and gas plant.
Building is 40x30, and property In Includes
cludes Includes 2H acres of land. Will sell
plant either with or without real es estate
tate estate at reasonable price. Reason for
selling, illness of one of present part partners,
ners, partners, will teach the business to pur purchaser.
chaser. purchaser. Books are open for Inspection.
Address, Sanitary Laundrv noi.
OCALA EVfcLMSG STAR, movdav, may ii. ii3
A II jn& .. enoush easoline left to carry me back. j
McIVER & MacKAY
that we are making in our
will surely interest you.
type cannot do justice to
extraordinary offerings. Buy
ing jewelry nere means
spending money right.
Style may change but
our high quality, low price
standard of jewelry sell
ing remains iixed.
Here you will find
a satisfying assort
ment of the world s
in j e v e 1 r y
ware, novel novelties,
ties, novelties, etc.
per. whisper. IK,
in now while
A. E. BURNETT
fPTZ cd, Bull, Gray and
vLJm Common Building
Large Stock, Prompt Shipment
WE SAVE YOU MONEY
A. C. CONYER!
Breakfast Bacon, Boiled Ham, Dried Beef,
Boneless Ham and Bologna Sausage.
Any of the above sliced thin to suit your taste on
modern slicing machine.
Finest (lunlity of Florida ami AWsleru Ileef, Pork L,amb and
Phone 108 W. H. MARSH, City Market
I am Opening a Candy Factory in Ocala
and will Give a Five Pound box of my Fa Famous
mous Famous Chocolates to the Lady that Sends
me the Best Name for it. All Answers
Must be Mailed to me by Noon,
SATURDAY, MAY 17th
Call up Phone 300 and Let
AND ELECTRICAL WORK
We Guarantee to Save You Money on Any Work in Our Lines
Am v e employ none hut expertu are In position to guarantee ev
ery nleee of work we -on struct to Mtaml the Inspection of the inomi
rlKld Inspector. It conI nothing to net our flKiiren, and yon are the
winner, whether we secure the contract or nit. Give us a trial.
M. W. TUCKER
FOUT KING IILOCK
HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE.
We have just received a carload of tho 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 best,
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. Gie us your orders, if the goods don't make
good we will.
KNIGHT fit LANG
Take no chances with a pain In the che-it.
Every c.ise of conpumption began with tli.it
symptom. Stop it at once with
It is a Fsnc Kca!;ng Remedy 'or
Sore Lungs, Coughs and
It promptly Checks irir.ammr.ticn. relaxes tihtne?3, clears tho
air passages, restores tone an 1 strength to tho bronchial tubes.
Relieves hoarseness irrltatlr.pr ccug!.?, tickiina: senatin3 in the
throat; remove!) confrestior. and enables the patient to breathe
easily and rest comfortably at night.
Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 psr Bcttla.
Buy the $1.00 size. J contains five times as muc'-i
as the size, and you Ftet with each bottle a Cr.
Ilerrick's Red Pepper Porous plaster for the chest.
F. BALLAD FRCfSiETCS T. LOUIS, Ka
Stephens Eye Solve Li a afe and
If you want a
snappy, spark sparkling
ling sparkling gem set ring
at a decided price
Fcr vour sweetheart mar-
ried cr otherwise a diamcnu
solitaire is eminently proper.
Nothing better as an engage
ment or birthday ring-. Surprise Father,
TJ.icVmnH r.r Prfilhpr V!h a Tie Tin?. We
have a splendid assortment of gems in up-to-the-m:nut!
setting at prices t:
si u' .-.e i&'.mest poektt coc i cu
vu! f-r.d n.-5 33 to S's't everyone
t-ii onH vonripnar.dlttle fo iks. Call .-
the stock is complete.
us Give an Estimate on Your
speedy remedy for Sore Eye.
SOLD II Y ALL. DEALERS
Harry Irving Greene
The Lash ol Circumstance,'
"Barbara of the Snows"
(Ooprrigbt, by Ilarry IrrlDg Greece)
"It was altogether too' reckles3 and ;
I hope you will not take such a chance abe in lhe opeR And now i had bet bet-again."
again." bet-again." broke out the girl impatiently. ; ter be eelthlg back to tho field so
North seized the opportunity to fin-a3 tQ be Qn hand jn case he ghowg up
ish hi3 sandwich. j &crajn unexpectedly, as he seems to
"Well, perhaps so, but I certainly j hve a habt of doing. Thanks ex-
do need a good slice or mat muwon.
And I figured it that they having aoan-;
doned the chase for the night and
turned him over to me, if I happened j
to be lucky -enough to land him the ;
larger portion if not all of the reward j
would be mine. So I kept on. The
moon kept getting brighter as it grew i
darker and for half an hour more I ;
coaxed the Dragon along by every j
trick I knew. It certainly wa3 some j
sight when I looked down upon those j
mountain tops that we were skimming j
Never saw such grotesque i
shapes and shadows as those jumbled
rock piles made caves and grottoes
and goblin palaces while as for the j
canyons and valleys well, some of
them were moonlight bathed and I j
was willing to swear that I saw j
witches riding about on their broom- j
sticks and gnomes dancing, although j
I suppose, of course, they were noth nothing
ing nothing but flying shadows. Others were
as black as the mouth of the Pit itself,
while ahead of me and always keeping
his distance with infernal endurance
was the most uncanny phantom of
them all the very spirit of the night."
He stopped speaking to sip at his tea
and the girl shivered.
"Think of it!" she murmured in
an awed voice. "The recklessness of
ltthe foolhardiness. You had no
right to do it." He acquiesced.
"I will admit that for once I pushed
discretion to the limit, and after I
had left the others twenty-five or
thirty miles behind I began to see it
in that light. Well, my engine was
beginning to act up a little by reason
of getting a heated bearing, and I saw
that I would have to come down, willy
nilly. But it was no joke of a trick
in that uncertain shimmer with those
sharp rocks stabbing up all around,
and I confess I was a little anxious.
But presently I reached a valley thct
seemed to have a pretty level floor in
places and I dove for it and managed
to alight after quite a shake up. Then
I looked up. The Flying Man had
swung about, too, and was now cir circling
cling circling back over me and things began
promising to be real interesting. I
did not like the lay of the land where
I was particularly well, so I backed
up against a rock, pulled my revolver,
firmly placed one foot bofor and
" 'Come one, come all. This rock shall
From it's firm base as soon as I'.
"I guess that scared him, for he
screeched back, took a skim over me.
saw that he could not get at me ex except
cept except from in front and then flapprd
across the valley and roosted on the
edge of a rock about a quarter of a
mile away where he could watch me.
I was pretty tired and sat down, but
of course I did not dare go to sleep.
What I was most afraid of was that
he would drop rocks on my machine
and smash it, but for some reason he
didn't. Maybe he did not happen to
think of it just then, and maybe he
was too tired to go carting boulders
around and concluded to wait until
morning when he was rested. Any Anyway,
way, Anyway, he certainly must have been
pretty well played out, for I could see
his head sink until it rested on his
chest. He made me think of a condor
roosting. I did not sleep a wink all
night, but I guess he was snoozing
most of the time; anyway when trit
sun came up I could tell that he was
in a sound doze. I got my machine
ready as quietly as I could and then
He Roosted on the Edge cf a Rccki
About a Quarter of a Mile Away.
took another look at him. He had
not moved and I decided to risk a
shot. Of course he was so far away
that it was a thousand to one that I
would miss, but it was a chance all
the same, so I steadied myself against
a boulder and let drive. I did not
hit him, but I made some shot at that,
for I could see a chip of rock fly up
from between his very feet. You
ought to have seen him jamp straight
up in the air, and his wings out as
quick as you could snap a fan open.
Then I started up the machine and
managed to get afloat. He started in
to try the rock game now arid g.ot hold
s s, r-w si ir i
so tn-rf- wan nornr.s ior me to ao dux
Kiv- it up for that time. I made
pretty fair time and arrived here
i-.Lo.-ut hour after sun up. He did
r.ot follow me. The lat I saw of him
scuthw.it and still going. That is
ti L o u t s 1 1
The luncheon had been finished for
some little time and now North be--tn
to evidence signs of uneasiness.
"-rry to leave you so soon, but you
will understand ho- necessary it is
that I stick close to my machine. Most
of us are going to roll up in our
blankets and sleep beside our Vianes
' it f.ornfort.
ceedingly for the luncheon, and I'll
tell you about c3are scme other time
She is a wonder. March, passing
down tne iirdl wiin him and the girl,
,V2S hoping that Doris by some sign
might signify that he should remain,
but at lhe door gRe bade tbein hoth
goodhy ujth no sign given, so there
,vas EOthing fCr him to do but bid
ber good afternoon i0. Somewhat
disapr0inted, he strode away by the
sidc of the activeiy moving hero of
tne lone mooniieju chase.
teSCiij b-Ciei j
id Worn Gut
You Feci FaR.cd to a Finish ar.d Utterly
Died Lp litre io ulck Relief.
iocir t. notl 1 oruuMies
or jiiiiual Froict tioii.
Half th- p?0lv you nvn-t rnmnln. in
of vi-;uy i:i!isiK'S, fU::ri...iit lruin,
j.intrlc-.J i.vrvt-s, and a vvotuU-rf ul desire'
to lay iuv.-n an.l ju.st iuii. Must of
these people have t en u:i;r; i,erv;nf-.-i
th.t siisi.iodici-.IIy n.'ire up the n-rvea
cr.lv to die down iiiii, as die they
riust. Avojj rerve stin:u!;;nt3. I!-ar
in mind that this worn out fttlin;" i
lue to poor Mo.-.., to l:'.ei(. ri.i in tha
vjter you Oliik; t the ni'.'.tirlyir.ff
f tk-Htruttive per:r.3 in the Lloo.i
faster t!iur th t be ov eeme ly
tii. v.-hi:..' c:-;.-j?. 1 .-. i.i t j v. h..t id
known ..s auti-'eixi j-.ii;, : -oi..""
v.-he re th v.-r.u.i .r ui e ih.. I
i 1 v- the
no.-, a'5? f H.
as atal t
h-ai:h as th-.
fats 1 sur..
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twirkl'i'.:, ju-t r,atur;I
ricrht info yur i.Ioo.i. se?itt
liuht and e t, i:p awi iown
Yon fe'l ft--r r.t oner-, nt from a
stimulant. n -t fr-un the ra 'e -n of
.Iruprs. hut fr m tho rational effect cf
a natural medicine just u art've and
ju.ut as timeiy as to a man who ha5
been lost in th1 m.-umtains. is about
starved and cones across a ,--tn r just
cooklnir savory meal of poo I honest
beef. Po rod notrlert ti tret a bottle
of S. S. S. to-day, Tt will mrk- you
feci b tier in just a few mirnjtrs. It
is prepared only in the lali-ratory of
The Swift Ppeeifie lf!T Swift l?ldcr..
Atlanta. Ga. Send for lh.-?r free book
tellinpr of the many .-trar,tre conditions
that affliet the human family by reason
of impoverished blooa
The Slickest Electric
Motor for Sewing Machines
on the Market. Phone us
for a Demonstration.
Ask to see our Stoves
and Ranges. We will Save
Agents for the Stand Standard
ard Standard Central Needle" Sewing
Machine. Try or.e and if it
is not the Best, we Want it
Back in our Store.
PHONE CALLS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT
OGALA FUHNITURE GO.
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Doton and Providence
Fine stfiT.fr?: best Service; lo"
steamer?: best service;
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wireless tele-Tap":.. T.-.rougr.
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JONES. C. A.,
Srr.lr.ole H otel. Jacksonville. Fla.
-rinet Coastle Trio In the World
CARPENTER AND BUil DERi vi iin- running e on
I same line to intersect with said Fort
Careful Estimates Male on All Con j McCoy and Citra road, or as near said
tract Work. Gues more and better j liEpg as mav scem practiCable. Re--i-k
for ?b Tionev thr-n ?nv otne" j , .. M
,.otractor tn Ue clXs. read' and oa monon of Commissioner
Reports by Justices S. U. Campbell,
A. O. Harper, Alex. Wynne and Jos.
Aiken, showing no business during
April, 1913, read and filed.
The following justices filed reports
showing fines and costs imposed dur
ing April, 1513:
W. E. Smith, county judge, fines
?07.."0, costs $159.01.
J. W. Lyles, fines .$355; costs, $57.23.
Z. A. McClaran, fines $130; costs.
W. F. Abshire, fines $20. costs
?23.72; and statement about constable
turning prisoner loose without proper
J. O. Turnipseed, fines $230, costs.
D. L. Grantham, fines $43, costs
Which v.-ere read and filed.
Mark and brand inspectors' reports
by J. D. Williams, district No. 1, and
A. D. Mitchell, district No. S, read and
Report by Henry Gordon, superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of hard road construction
crew, as follows:
"After doing all I could do last
month, I only went 11C0 yards, and
feel that when we get through with
the road it will be there for a long
time. We have no sickness of any
consequence. I had to have a wart
cut out of a aiule's shoulder last week,
and can't ;;ay how soon he will be
able to worK again." Which was read
Petition by Mary E. Home for as assistance
sistance assistance read and filed.
W. A. Moorhead presented report
and description for quit claim deed to
H. J. Heet, and on motion of Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Henderson it was ordered that
quit claim deed be executed to said
H. J. Heet for old roadway in n1, f
nwU of se1, sec 1S-17-23, being 2U
feet n and s by 1320 feet e and w.
Letter by R. W. Turner, chairman
board of county commissioners of Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia county, read and filed.
Letter by Hodges Lumber Company
relative to roads in vicinity of Stark's
Ferry, read and clerk instructed to
mail same to C. J. McCraney.
Letter by R. H. Cans, agent A. C L.
R. R. at Weirsdale, saying road cross?!
ings were in good shape, read and
Letter by C. M. Hawkins relative to
road from Cotton Plant, read and fil filed.
ed. filed. Letters by Fulton Cotton Mills,
Fielder & Allen Co., Champion Sup Supply
ply Supply Co., Detroit Graphito Co., Donegan
Vans Agnew & Bartlett, Manufactur Manufacturer's
er's Manufacturer's Record S. A. L. R. R. Co., Nuttri Nuttri-line
line Nuttri-line Melting Co., read and filed.
Report of licenses issued during
April by County Judge W. E. Smith
and Tax Collector Colbert, showing:
Collections for state, $1 S3; county,
$$2.75. Read and filed.
Tax Collector Colbert filed report
of poll taxes collected during April,
showing 30S regulars and 54 extras
W. L. Colbert, tax collector, filed
report of auto licenses issued during
May, 1513, showing: Issued for pri private
vate private use, $221; for hire, $35.
Hocker and Duval, county attor attorneys,
neys, attorneys, reporting on bill of Sheriff Gal Galloway,
loway, Galloway, account of convictions in cas cases
es cases of selling liquor without license,
said the board would not be authoriz authorized
ed authorized to pay said bill.
On motion the board adjourned un until
til until S a. m., Wednesday.
The board of county commissioners
met pursuant to adjournment with all
After discussing the advisability of
closing or maintaining the county in infirmary,
firmary, infirmary, it was on motion of Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Henderson ordered that the
county infirmary be discontinued, as
places had been found for all inmates.
On motion of Commissioner Mayo
clerk was instructed to write to Mil Miller
ler Miller Jackson Grain Company, Tampa,
Fla., for quotations on feed stuff.
On motion of Commissioner Mayo
the matter of Mr. Gardner's contract
as superintendent of the poor farm or
infirm" tr was referred to Commir Commir-sioner
sioner Commir-sioner i."crmichael. with jtwer to a ;.
Mr. P. J. Theus appeared and ak ak-td
td ak-td that an error in assessment on lot
X, Dunn's 11 sv ad, Ocala, be correct corrected,
ed, corrected, from $1000 to .100, as returned.
Matter was referred to Tax Assessor
Ayer, and on his report, stating the
assessment was a typographical er er-icr,
icr, er-icr, and should be $1""', it was order ordered
ed ordered that Tax Collector Colbert be in instructed
structed instructed to allow payment on an as assessment
sessment assessment of $10i"', and report balance
as error on part of assessor,
Mr. W. W. Clyatt appeared relative
to some tax redemptions. Matter was
held over until next meeting of the
On motion of Commissioner Mayo
the clerk was instructed to notify the
Seaboard Air Line R. R. Co., to repair
crossing south of Ocala, over the
Eellevitw hard road at once.
On motion of Commissioner Hen Henderson
derson Henderson the Hull road was ordered
opened as a neighborhood public road.
4o feet wide.
Petition by C. C. Higginbotham et
al as roilows: We the undersigned cit-
j to change the Fort McCoy and Citra
! sub-road, there being part of petition-
ea road now open and traveled up to
j section line, balance we agree to open
follows: Commencing at a point!
aid Fort McCoy and Citra
road at the r.e cor of lot 5
ec ., tp
e. running s on 4
of let 4 and
10 and 11, IS and 19,
! anslins through lot 23 to sec line di-
I" XI QUE DESIGNS
in house furnishings are in demand
by those of artistic tastes. A visit
here will disclose
TH AT IS DECOR ATI VE
but not overly dear. Merit Is what
wins these days, and it's only merit
that gives us our liberal patronage.
MEH1T IX FlRMTlilE
MERIT IX PRICE.
McIVER & MacKAY
WHITE STAR LIME,
TRANSFER AXD FIREPROOF STORAGE
COLLIER BROS.. Proprietors.
Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
FLORIDA'S LARGEST Hi BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
HOME HOTEL OF THE STATF
AMERICAN PLAN S4.00 PER DAY AND UPWARD
EUROPEAN PLAN 51.50 PER DAY AND UPWARD
4. F. WILSON. Ass't Mgr. IH0S. M. WILSON, Prop, and Mgr.
Luff man it was ordered that the clerk
be instructed to advise Mr. Higgin Higgin-botham
botham Higgin-botham to get right of way deeds ex executed
ecuted executed for 40-foot road and upon re receipt
ceipt receipt of same road to be declared a
Commissioner Mayo advised the
board that he had this day mailed to
Hon. Park Trammell, governor of
Florida, his resignation as county
commissioner for Marion county,
Florida, and handed the clerk a copy
of his advice to the governor, which
was as follows:
Summerfield, Fla., May 7, 1913.
Hon. Park Trammell, Governor of
Florida, Tallahassee, Fla.:
Sir I have the honor to tender my
resignation as a member of the board
of county commissioners of Marion
county, Florida, district 3. I wish to
say in tendering this resignation that
I do so solely on account of the tact
that a recent ruling of the postoffice
department just prior to the retiring
of hte republican party to the effect
that all poBtofliccs paying as much
as $300 per year shall be classed as
civil service, and the party holding it
shall be ineligible to any other office
under the state or federal govern government.
ment. government. At the time I was elected this
did not apply, and I was eligible to
the office: and was so eligible up to
some time in February of this year,
when the ruling of this department
was made. I feel that, under the cir circumstances,
cumstances, circumstances, I am compelled to resign
the office of county commissioner in
this county, and I trust that the same
will be accepted without delay.
While was read and filed.
On motion of Commissioner Hen Henderson
derson Henderson the following resolution was
spread upon the minutes of the board
of county commissioners of Marion
Whereas, it seems b-.st to our fel fellow
low fellow worker, the Hon. Nathan Mayo, to
have mailed his resignation as a mem member
ber member of the board of county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners for Marion county, Florida, to
the governor of Florida; it is with
the deeprest regrets and feelings of
sorrow that we learn of his action and
intentions in this respect, and we are
relucant to part with him from the
board, as we feel that we have sus sustained
tained sustained a great and irreparable loss.,
and will greatly miss his wise counsel
and advic- in the many perplexities
comin- before us as county commis- J
wish to extend our comrade our
! thanks for his services and help, and
to say to him that we think he has
done his duty as a county commis commissioner
sioner commissioner well.
All bills approved and audited were
No further business coming before
WO XT AVC A II OUT.
Wonder what It Is? Why It's noth nothing
ing nothing more than one of those
SPI.EXDID IKON BEDS
that we want yof to come In and
buy. They are "things of beauty
and a joy forever." At the same
time buy one of our
You can do more sleeping In a night
on one of these mattresses than you
can in a year on some "body killers"
we know of.
CONTRA CTORS AND
f upeiior to Plaster
or Ccilinp in
Quality or Price.
the board, it was on motion ordered
adjourned until next regular meeting
in Jane, 1913, unless sooner conven convened
ed convened by the chairman.
HEST MEDICIXn roil COLDS
When a druggist recommends a rem remedy
edy remedy for colds, throat and lung troubles,
you can feel sure that he knows what
he is talking about. C. Lower, drug druggist,
gist, druggist, of Marion, Ohio, writes of Dr.
King's Now Discovery:, "I know pr.
King's New Discovery Is the best
throat and lung medicine I sell. It
cured my wife of a severe bronchial
cold after all other remedies had tail tailed."
ed." tailed." It w'll do the same for you if you
are suffering with a cold or any bron
chial, throat or lung cough. Keep a
bottle on hand all the time for every everyone
one everyone In the family to use. It 13 a home
doctor. Price 50c and $1. Guaranteed
by Ty dings & Co. Ad.
For Weakness and Loss of Appetite
The Old Standard fcenend Rtrenfctheninsr toui?
GROVE S TASTELESS chill TONIC.' drive out
Malaria and builds up the system. A true tonic
and sure Appetizer. For adults and children. 50c
Could Keep Up With Them,
One cf the reappointed being ask asked
ed asked how he contrived to keep his place
under successive administrations. re re-Piled
Piled re-Piled that administrations must be
smart that cculd rhsrpe oftecer thaq
Dr. King's New Life P1113 will relieve
constipation promptly -nd get your
bowels in healthy condition again.
John Supsic, of Sanbury, Ta., says:
'They are the best p:ll3 I ever used,
and I advise everyone to use them for
constipation indigestion and liver
complaint." W'll help you. Price
2jc. Itecommer.de 1 by Tydlngs &
An Unclean Meal.
Mamma Hookworm Willie. you
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never s'w you t-o dirty You've beea
eatir.tr through the pages ol tbat di divorce
vorce divorce ?tlmony. haven't you? Pucit
Lame back la usually caused by
rheumatism of the muscle of the
back, for which you will find nothlnff
b'tur than Chamberlain's Liniment.
For sale by all dealers.
Might Be Worth Knowing Knowing-The
The Knowing-The mechanism of the hand is sucn
that a cigar beid between tbe second
end ttlrd fingers win not drop from
the hand should the smoker fall asleep.
If you bc-Icn up a bitter tasting liquid
it is a s;n of bad digestion. A dose
or two of IinniJINE will correct the
disorder. It stimulates digestion and
purifies the b-jwels. Pr'ce SO cents.
Sold by all druggists. Ad.
Talk i.n't as cheap as it used to be
befr.r.- the telephone was invented.
N'ow Is the time to get rid of your
rheumatism. You can do It by apply applying
ing applying Chamberlain's Liniment and mas
paging the parts freely at each ap-
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