The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Full Text
FU1NITU1E
FURNISHINGS
For All of the Homes
AT RIGHT PRICES
m
Theus-Zachry Co.
111U
VOL. 19.
OCALA, FLOEIBA, WEDNESDAY. MAY 14, 1913
NO. 297
THE FURNITURE MEN

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01 ill ARTICLE

ave their children from defeat. The
;j,rij that nicotine, eaffient, thiene, and

cane-sugar nus on
country to nullify
ents. educators and

the youth
the efforts
the clergy

of
of
to

this
or-

Dlre Prediction of tli- I Itininte IteMiilt
of Donietic PoiwoiiM and
If OIIMcfcolll DllpfN

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: caf.'i.

My ;.r.
r;.tuir-
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ma

lt unia'.vful to sell to-

riicotiiie. '-offee con- j
and tea containing
is rtic3- expo.-t-s the the-f
f the-f t h poisons an J I
t!u- human organism. 1
e forhi-hlnm the sale j
ontaininar these poi-- I
will he emancipate!

j tify youth in the struggle for exist existence.
ence. existence. Little mental, moral, or physical
j .stamina can be built up under the die dietetic
tetic dietetic regime that the majority of chil children
dren children and you have adopted and are en en-i
i en-i .slaved to

i lne tooaceo, coiiee ana tea nabit la

doing more to send the youth, and
adults as well, to physical incapacity,
immorality and mental hlankne.-s, than
all other impur- foods combined. Mul-

a law i-

ui commoili
'in- tlx- ma

from h fearful slavery.
Furthermore the c;ini--.-iiitar seouriit
that is sweeping over the country is
fast weaning the p.-;ile from nature')
foods iind riiiht standards of nutrition.

The result t!iey ar ar-bodies
bodies ar-bodies to reinforce
l--s than stimulant-

u 1 1 i n -j: into their
heir vitality little
. suffnred pastries.

unit
lust-

P

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W h f.t I

an

1 other prndll

The .off.

nouses

le- :
in-1

with j
are
foods,

stry eounter- ate multiplying

frightful rapidity. The p.-opl
shackled by false habit to straw

pastries, stimulants and candies.
I'nless a movement is set on foot to
legislate nif-otine, i-afiierie and thiene
out of existence; educate tiie people in
the chemistry and physiology of nutri nutrition:
tion: nutrition: teach them stiuar dietetics; warn
hem against the cane-sugar habit
and train then in Spartan habits of
living witli systematic physical cul culture,
ture, culture, the race is doomed.
Investigation will .-how that mill mill-Ions
Ions mill-Ions of young students and business
youth of 1 i t j sexes in our large cities,
as well as multitudes of little ehild ehild-dren,
dren, ehild-dren, are pract scally existing on dead
foo-1; enslaved to coffee, pastry, and
starchy, mush'.- foods unable to break
off the tmbit; reiving upon the tem temporary
porary temporary "kick" these lien tors and stim stimulants
ulants stimulants give, to "net by" in their
studies or work.
I am speaking of the terrific pmef
of perverted appetite and false habit,
(i is 4 iit'ave menace that confronts
he people. Parents, educators and the
rlorg.v can't afford to dodge it. They
themselves are gripped by these fulwo
habits and are now paying the price
of rolling sin as a sweet morsel under
their ton'-Ucs. by having their child children
ren children gripped with haldts very difficult
to break off and which are dis'iuulif.,
jn-j multitudes or tnem in the oattle
t life, these false dietary habits are
being assiduously cultivated at uif
family table, church suppers and social
tatherings. Habits that are fast mak making
ing making a race of gingerbread men aiid
women, unable to either think riyht or
hee straight,
Judutnrni must commence with
"Daniel." Parents have got to legis legislate
late legislate against themselves in order rr

; titudes of the people are practically
existing on the artificial kick these
'narcotics and stimulants give. It ia a
menace to efficiency and health, and
the principal cause of immoral condi conditions
tions conditions existing in our cities anions the
! you t h.
j The action of these poisons running
', amuck in the human body excites the
nerves and brain to abnormal activity,
i induces sensuality, prevents one seeing
j:he problem clearly or acting upon it
iwith poi-e, and creates a condition of

general inefficiency both of body nd
brain. They overst imula te the body
and ro! it of vitality without giving
back any nutrition. Furthermore their
use takes away all desire for the plain
natural foods which contain the es essential
sential essential bone, brain and muscle build build-in
in build-in g elements.
This is the indictment agalnts these
deadly poisons as brain and body de destroyers.
stroyers. destroyers. The moral phase consists in
the fact that millions of the race are so
enslaved to the use of the druss that
they are helpless; bound hand and
foot. These are the facts. The aver aver-aye
aye aver-aye human will is very weak and un unable
able unable to cope with these habits.
The poisonous principles in tabaeoo,
coffee and tea are cieatinw nervous nervousness,
ness, nervousness, inefficiency, aansuallty, sleep sleeplessness
lessness sleeplessness and muddy thought. The
masses are enslaved to these drug's;
gripped by the very powers of hel.
Not one in a hundred, shackled to the

I tobacco, coffee nd lea habit possesses

enough will powr to break it off, tho
daily traveling the road to physical
and mental decay.
The people have got to legislate
against themselves to prevent them themselves
selves themselves from committing slow suicide.
Time, investigation, and a correct
knowledge of the destructive action of
these deadly poisons of nicotine, caf caf-tiene
tiene caf-tiene .thied" u,on lie human organism
will show Unit my diagnosis of con conditions
ditions conditions is correct, the recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations I have iiuvi. are sound, and that

tiie guilt of parents, business men an(l
the clergy in culivatitiy the coffee, pas-
! Tr Mini 11--: i- c:-n. K;4tiit it is; now rw.

acting against Wieni through their ovvn
inefficiency and the enslavement of
youth to a diet possessing no bone,
muscle or brain- building eln-His,
leading them straight, ko defeat.'
EL II. P.

11$ fil MART

ItiK Ilea ii froM Hroimbt in the HoiHlle.
(nut. Melon and 'mmiion
Men ( umlni;
Martin. May 14. The bean farmers
are wearing broad smiles over the fat
checks coming in from their fine
leguminous crops winch are in very
great demand in northern markets.
This crop has not been satisfactory
from a financial consideration for a
number of years past. This season,
however, is a satisfactory one as beans
have sold around -2 per basket for the

still bringing
labor at il."0

day, bean picking at '-'J to J. cents

per basket and all feed stuffs ui the
top of the market it is but the proper

eoualiation of prices and conditions I

last two weeks and are
good prices. With farm

per

Stephens i- sixty-five years old he says
he can ride all day in the woods horse horseback
back horseback after cattle and don't feet any
the worse for it.
Mr-. W. K. Kawls, son and daughter
Oi Berlin were shopping; in Oeala this
week.
Mrs. 1 (.'. Bell and daughter of
'room attended church at Fellowship
last Sunday.
This community was shocked last
Sunday evening, when it learned of the
sudden death of Mrs. Betsey Phillips.
Grandma Phillips, a nearly everybody
called her. who was one of the most
estimable Christian women the writer
ever knew. She was always cheerful
and looked on the bright side of every everything.
thing. everything. Had sire lived until the 30th of
next .July she would have been ninety ninety-two
two ninety-two years old. She has one son living

that the price of beans
per basket. The largest
ers are Messrs. Martin
Knoblock. Knoblock Bro:

send, .1
Samuel

remain at $

i in Texa and one daughter in Jack

sonville. She had sixteen grandchild grandchildren
ren grandchildren and twenty-five great-grandchildren,
and two daughters-in-law and a
host of friends to mourn her death.
She was buried Monday evening In the

bean
.Si To.
., K. P.

produc-

i

J.

H, N.
Town-

W. Atkinson. Haiff vVr Carter.
Slack Co.. Walter Smith, J. N.

e 1 1 i w
as li

placed
fa mil v

Co.,
Hd

Stephen
Brown. T

Brown, John
. B. Ward

Mc-and

-hip cemetery and her grave
erally covered with flowers,
there by loving friends. The
has our deepest sympathy.

A BAD LIVER robs you of energy, strength and
ambition. To rid yourself of the burden, take
SIMMONS
RED 3
LIVER REGULATOR
tTflE FOVVDEli FORM)
It Is a fine strengthening medicine for a torpid liver. The weakened
organ responds promptly to its powerful reviving influence. It corrects
the stomach and digestion. Purifies and regulates the bowels. Drives
out that languid half -sick feeling, makes you feel bright, vigorous
and cheerful. Try it.
SOLO BY DEALERS. PRICE, LARGE PACKAGE, Sl.OO.
Ask f-r thp Ri-nuir.p with thfi Red Z on the label. If yon cannot get it remit to Oi. we wilj
-ml by mail j"StpHirt. Simmons Liver Krgulator is put up also In "liquid form (or thoie who prefer
it. 1'rice, $1.00 per Lottie. Look for the Red Z label. -
J. H. ZEILIN & CO.. PflOPS., ST. LOUIS. MO.

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Registered Pigs For Sale!
Registered Duroc Jersey pigs sired by Top Notcher
W onder, 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 MpdeJ, Volunr
teer, 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.
II. H. WHIT WORTH, Proprietor
Hiawatha Lake Stock Farm

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HEADQUARTERS FOR WIRE FENCE.
We have just received a carload of tho Famous SOUTHERN
Wire Fencing, staples and Hay vire 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
hae 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. Give us your orders, if the goods don't make
good we will.
KNIGHT &l LA.ISJG

Tiller
Duffy,

others.
The showers are now cominy cur curiously,
iously, curiously, which mean rapil urowtii fur
the melon ami cantaloupe vines. These
crops, though small in acreage ive
promise of being' fine in yield ami qual quality.
ity. quality. Fruit drummers say that hih
prices will prevail fr all first class
stock as litfu'ryia conditions are unfav unfavorable
orable unfavorable uvl the acreage i.s very short.
Florida growers are refusing attrac attractive
tive attractive options on these crops and are
hustling with packing house;
crates to market the -r in et con condition.
dition. condition. The largest growers of these
crops are Messrs, Martin it 'o.. Iiaiff
it 'artrr, the J. N. Tiller Co. and
Stephen Drown.
The cucumber crops ar- ood and
fair prices are b'-inu received. Gen General
eral General farming conditions are oud. The
corn and peanut crops never looked
more promising and every farm, iu-us-e
is astir just like a busy bve hive. La Laborers
borers Laborers are in ureal demand. Women
and children are employed during the
track harvest and are paid liberally
for their, work.
The farmers of Martin and other
people of the vicinity feel that the
Atlantic Coast Line !iutd give them
telegraphic facilities the year around.
The sitipmeiit.-i here during the vege vegetable
table vegetable season amount to many thou thousands
sands thousands of dollars. Their business rela relations
tions relations have grown so much. till now
they are asking intention from the of officials.
ficials. officials. Till telegraph instruments
have Just been been in and t.hu th
of the people is that h may be kept
in after the ciops have been harvested,
O. W. Lindner has a y.Vi muuu
cantaloupe patch that i oiiig to he a

check wintiik t,r. Lindner is now ltv-i

ing at Martin to the delight f his
frrembf and patient? of a wide area,
X. ,1. Townsend is manager of Mar Martin
tin Martin (,os, a0,00rt orate mill. He is
kept busy with orders from variou?
sections. The mill is fitted ti make
bean, lettuce and tomato carriers, can cantaloupe
taloupe cantaloupe cfats. cabbage crates, orange
bo.xe aud other vegetable packa. H
is turning out fine stuck at very reas reasonable
onable reasonable prices, as is attested by the
orders it is- booking from all sections.
The stagnation in the naval stores
industry 1 quite unsatisfactory. The
onerators have made and must con

tinue to make rosin and spirits though
there is at present tig market The op operating
erating operating v-um'pany of Savannah which
failed has hurt a wide area of coun
try The thousands who are. dependent
on the success of this industry are not
enjoyinw prosperity as are the farm-
It is hoped by the farmers ofthe
north end of the county that the road
leading from Oeala to Gainesville may
soon be hardsurfaced all the way and
that it may be divided into sections
with a man and team to look after so
many miles all the time It Is felt that
this will be better than waiting- for a
large crew to come at the seldom pos possible
sible possible times as now.
A suggestion has been made to, the

farmers of the section to can the sur surplus
plus surplus tomato, tiean and fruit crops.
Fac-h farm in a small way is to be a
canning- factory. The products usually
thrown away, it is argued, will save t,
the farmers and the state thousands
of dollars now sent off for canned
goods
The tomato crop is fine and the pros prospects
pects prospects are not only good for a large
yield but also for goud prices as this

belt seems favored from reports of
poor vines elsewhere. Messrs. Martin
& Co.. the Knoblocks, Townsend and
Atkinson have the best prospects.
Vegetable or commission men are
swarming- about the depot every da,
and it is as good to see thv-ni "hob-nobing--'
with the truckers as to see the
lobbyists in Tallahassee following up

tiie legislators.
Some of the champion bean nickers
are making $- and $6 vc da. In
spite of the cvy of hard times heard
from other, states, this se?tion of Flor Florida
ida Florida does not deny that prospsrlty
smiles upon the farmers this year in
an unusual degree.

HOW'S THIS?

We offer one hunarcd dollars reward
for any case of caiarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J.
CHFXFY & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
v, the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be believe
lieve believe him perfectly honorable In all
business transactions, and financially
able to carry out any obligation made
by his firm. Waldini,- Klnnan & Marvin,
Wholesd Druggists, Toledo, O.
Haiy Catarrh Cure is taken intern
ally, acting- directly upon tb blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Testimonial? sent frc. Price 75 cents
per bottle. So-Vi by all drug-g-ists.
Take Uuil's Family Tills for con con-stiauon.
stiauon. con-stiauon. Ad.

tM

I'lie only
sneer ;t

consfaton
Success.

Failure has is

It would surprise you to Know the
great good that Is being done by
Chamberlain's Tablets. Darius Dow Downey,
ney, Downey, of Newberg Junetlcr 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 gaod."
If you have any trouble with your
stomach or bowels gi,vi them a trial.
For sale by all dealers. Ad.

HOTEL
HARRINGTON HALL
CAFE
The place tQ take
yor; meals while
your family is
away for the sum summer.
mer. summer. Service and food
the very best with
polite and court courteous
eous courteous attention.
Bring your moth mother,
er, mother, wife or sweet sweetheart.
heart. sweetheart. V01) WILL BE TREATED
RIGHT.

R. D. FULLER
DENTAL SURGEON
Office Over Munroe & Cbambllsa Basil
PHONE 154.
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS, CASH

J. E. GRACE
DENTAL SURGEON
Rooms 9, 10 and 11, Second Floor,
Holder lUck,
OCALA FLORIDA
TERMS. CASH.

WOXDERFl'L SKIN SALA'E

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE

INSURANCE

KLAL ESTATE
Town property, improved and un unimproved,
improved, unimproved, for sale. Real profit profit-bringing
bringing profit-bringing investments.
Small Farms, Timber Tracts, Or Orange
ange Orange Groves or almost anything you
wish, on terms to suit.
RENTAL 1)FRTMENT
We have houses for rent of will
take charge of property and collect
the rent, keep up repairs and pay
the taxes.

Bucklen'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 healing-.
J. T. Sossaman, publisher of the
News, of Cornelius. X. 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.

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SlH'ffKKf Ul
Public
lb

i'lonlnic Eifrelxf of the
fbool Happy lMcnic in
evkinur Hammock

W. Sullivan
E. Fletcher
from a few
at Ludawis-

Martel. May 13. Mrs. G.
and her daughter, Mrs. J.
returned last Wednesday
weeks' stay with relatives

sa. (ia.
The worst storm of the season pass passed
ed passed through this section last Sunday
afternoon. It was accompanied by
sharp liirhtninsf. heavy rain, hijih wind
and quite a hail storm.
It was a large and appreciative au audience
dience audience that assembled at the YV. O. W.
hall last Friday evening to attend the
closing exercises of the Martel public
school. Much care had been taken by
I'rof. J. A. Ilayless and his able assist assistant.
ant. assistant. Miss Jrma Seckinger. to have a
good and well rendered program and
th;tt their efforts were more than suc successful
cessful successful will be affirmed hy any person
who was so fortunate as to be pres present.
ent. present. Following is the entire program
as given.
Song. "Dixie." in concert.
Welcome: Frank Reddick and Susie
Harper.
Kecitatlon Miss Nannie Ilooney.
A Witty Retort VanNess Seckinger.
Six or Nine Rastus Bird.
The Petertown Proposal Willie
English and Yvonnie Seckinger.
A Bad Case Rebecca Seckinger.
It Finished Him Willie Seckinger.
Auntie Prudence. Characters, Inez
Taylor, Macy Tucker. Verda Hampton,
Bernice Smith. J. C. Bird. Clyde Hamp Hampton.
ton. Hampton. Recitation Harriet Taylor.
Becitation Mattox Harper.
Striking the Blow. Characters,
Nancy Tucker, Mae Tucker, Ethel
Smith. Annie Morrison. Laurel Seck Seckinger.
inger. Seckinger. Song, Excuse Me Teacher Verda
Hampton, Inez. Taylor, Mary Tucker,
Gladys Holland.
Recitation Bertha Walker.
Becitation Willie English.
Recitation Letchie Walker.
Bo-Beep. Characters: Mother Goose,
Verd t Hampton: Bo-Peep. Gladys Hol Holland:
land: Holland: Simple Simon. Clyde Seckinger:
Jack Horner, Willie Seckinger: Jack.
Ramie Reddick; .Jill, Susie Harper:
Mary Tittlemouse. Maey Tucker; The
( vld Man. J. C. Bml.
Recitation Florence Walker.
Address, "Education" Principal J. A.
Bayless.
Occupation of Girls Inez Taylor,
Verda Hampton. Yvonnie Seckinger,
Retch ie Walker.
Recitation Miss Dora .Morrison.
Tableau, Courtship and Bridal.
The Bobtown School. Characters,
Teacher., A. Bayle&s; Scholars, Lee

Taylor, Clyde Seckinger, Levis Smith,
laurel Seckinger, Jimmie Tucker, "Wil "Willis
lis "Willis English, J C. Bird. Claude Holland.
Reading Miss Nancy Tucker.
Peter's Declamation Jimmie Tucker.
Pantaloon Fight. Character J- A.
Bayless, Annie Morrison. Ctaude Hol Holland.
land. Holland. Good Night Sift Verda Hampton,
In ex Taylor.
The nnual Sunday school picnic was
held in Seckinger's hammock last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and was enjoyed by a large
crowd from Martel, Ocala, Fellowship,
Cotton Plant, Juliette and other places.
The day was ideal and all seemed to
have the picnic spirit. Free lemonade
and ice water were on the grounds
arid many gallons of ice cream were
sold which netted a substantial sum to
be applied on the church organ fund.
Th woods were made to echo witb the
merry laughter of children and young

people as tney enjoyed playing various

games. At about one a'clock the long
tables were spread for the big picnic
dinner, for which this annual occasion
is noted. l was nut until the sun was

low m th west that the grounds were

deserted. 'We trust that we shall all

be permitted to attend many more ot

these happy gatherings.

The Sunday school picnic commit committee
tee committee wishes through these columns to
express their sincere thanks to all who
in any way helped to make it a suc success,
cess, success, also to those who honored it with,
their presence and so liberally patron patronized
ized patronized the ice cream stand.

For the ailments ot women, DR.
SIMMON'S SQUAW VINE COMPOUND
is an effective remedy. It corrects lr lr-regularities4
regularities4 lr-regularities4 build up a strong body,
promote cheerful spirits and restores
a clear, healthy complexion. Price? 1
per bottle. Sold by all drugstores. Ad.

DR. L F. BLALOCK
Dental Surgeon
OFFICE OVER COMMERCIAL
BANK

There's a place for everything, but
the trouble is, we can't always find
the place when we want it.

OCALA,

FLORIDA

il it'?!

J. G. PURVIS,
DENTAL SURGEON.

DEPARTMENT

Fire Insurance

Companies in the

Acent for a dozen of the best

country. Thoroughly competent to care for your insurance business.
I Will be Pleased to Care for Your Business in Any of These Lines.

OCALA, FLA.

F. VV. DITTO

Phone 285

The Community Mourn
h.v of "liranilma"
Berlin. May Thl-

naving some nne s;i

very tortunatt- in
storms. Lightning

a

the PawsinKjjj

1'hllltp

Offices over Nash's
Drv Goods Store.

Wash out old sores, lesterlng wounds
and ulcers with DARBY'S 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 tepair the damaged
flesh. Price 30 cents per bottle. Sold
by all drugstores. Ad.

Ocala Saturday evening.
Carter and C. B. Davis,
M. L. Shaw and baby
for a few hours Sundav

merchants of
Miss Grady
Mr. and Mrs.
visited Ocala

morning.
Mr. V. J. Frink made a flying trip
to Ocala Sunday afternoon.
Mr. J. T. Bentz returned to Levon
Monday morning after speding Satur Saturday
day Saturday night and Sunday with home folks
and friends in Ocala.

IMCMC T TlUXKH's POND

Kverybody is invited to attend a
basket picnic at Turner's Pond Friday.
June 20. There will be dancing for
those who enjoy this pleasure. Don't
forget the date, Friday, June 20th. at
Turner's Pond. Committee.

KEAD THIS

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 troubles
les troubles in children. If not sold by your
druggist, will be sent by mall on re receipt
ceipt receipt of fl. One small bottle Is two
months' treatment and seldom falls to
perfect a cure. Send for testimonials
from tli is and other states. Dr. E. V.
Hall, 2006 Olive street, St. Louis Mo.
Sold by all bruggisls. Ad

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I.euiMlnture 1Im Shuffled the Count?
nrrin for m DerariB Conicrrt
ional Game
Tallahassee, May 14 The House yes yesterday
terday yesterday passed Johnson's Senate bill re re-districting
districting re-districting the state into four congres congressional
sional congressional districts The only amendments
made were adding the new county of
Seminole to the first district and the
new county of Bay to the third. These
amendments will be adopted by the
Senate and the bill will then become a
law when signed by the governor.

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County

Fopulation

Lee .. .. .165

and Pinellas)

DeSoto .
Manatee ..
Polk .. ..
Hillsborough
Pasco .. ..
Hernando .
Citrus .. ..

Seminole
Sumter 7.304
Lake 10.372

15.489
10,417
26.S41
85,4f0
8,183
5.451
7,442

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Raisin Cake, Pound Cake, Walnut Cake,
Glace Fruit Cake and Oriental Fruit Cake.
Dundee's Pure Fruit Jams, Peach, Straw Strawberry,
berry, Strawberry, Raspberry and Apricot.
Dundee's Orange Marmalade.
Walnuts, Seeded Raisins, Currants, Crystal Crystal-ized
ized Crystal-ized Cherries, Crystalized Ginger.
Mushrooms, French Peas, Anchovies.
Truffles, Macedoin, French Mustard, German
Mustard.
Ox Tongue, Lunch Tongue, Shrimp, Deviled
Crabs, Underwood's Deviled Ham.

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dun0

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OCALA,

Phones 16-174

FLORIDA

McIVER & MacKAY

Don't despair. Kven the bottle gets
it in the neck when it stacks up
against the corkscrew.

w rs :u:
miss:!;-:
sir'iik a

Sunday afternoon near M;
rield and set the underbr;

if help hadn't come hi.- r.-s.
would have lost a lot of fer.o-.
Bev. Kd Henderson ; re i.. I
interesting and instructive serm.

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Ocala, - Florida
:i:i;ii;iiiiiii'.i!i'.iiiiiiiii"ss

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to a

large and appreciative au-

'. 11 rc-n re-

Sunday

dience.
Mrs. K. C. Bawl- an.'. c

turned home last Saturday.
Mr. John YV. Stephens of Tarpon
Springs is visiting his brother. Mr. C.
C. Stephens of Berl'n. Altho Mr.

JOSEPH BELL
Attorney at Law
Office
Second Floor,
Munroe & Chambliss Bldg.
Ocala, Fla.

Box files at the Court Pharmacy 6-12
If you eat sometninff that disagrees
with you don't let it work its own way
through. It's a slow process and make3
you feel bad. Get rid of it quickly by
taking a pinch of SIMMON'S RED Z
LIVER REGULATOR and wash I
down with a swallow of water. It
drives out impurities in tfce stomach
and bowels and you feel better Im Immediately.
mediately. Immediately. Sold by all drugstores. Ad.

p.fwi

WON'T IIL'RV,
WO XT W EAR OUT.
Wonder what it is? Why it's noth nothing
ing nothing more than one of those
SPLKXDID IROX' UEDS
that we want you to come In and
buy. They are "things of beauty
and a Joy forever." At the ume
time buy one of our
SPRING MATTRESSES
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.

UNIQUE DESIGN'S
in house furnishings
by those of artistic
here will disclose

are in
tastes.

demand
A visit

.- Oil i VI

UNIQUE FURNITURE
THAT IS DECORATIVE
but not overly dear. Merit is what
wins these days, and it's only merit
that gives us our liberal patronage.
MERIT IN FURNITURE
MERIT IN" PRICE.

UNDERTAKERS AND
EM BALM ERS

T3!;?T'.&!:'.3- bCIS

CONTRACTORS AND
BUILDERS

There is nothing new under the sun,
not even the fellow who opposes every
thin? new.

Poor appetite Is a sure sign of im impaired
paired impaired digestion. A few doses of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab Tablets
lets Tablets will strengthen your digestion and
improve your appetite. Thousands
have been benefited by taking these
tablets. Sold by all dealers. Ad.

I.EVOV

May 1.1.-Mr. M. M.
was a Levon visitor

Proctor
;aturday

Levon.
of Pedro

eveninsr.
Mr. Charles Lucius of the Charter
Oak section was in town Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Lucius and Mr.
Joe Lucius made a business call on the

McIVER & MacKAY
OCALA, FLORIDA
F. E. IVIcCLAJSJE, IVf O.
SPECIALIST IN CHRONIC DISEASES
THE Dr. MCLANE MEDICAL, SURGICAL
AND ELECTRICAL INSTITUTE
OCALA, FLORIDA.
PHONES Office, No. 333. Dr. McClane's Residence, No. 407
Office Suite 1 to 7. Holder Block. Southwest Corner Public Square.



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DC AUl 1010 STAR. MXDVE5D.4V, LiV i: 1013
in?,., mm iiT7! mwa
i ig'i'r'TT'tf'idr iruw

OCALA EVENING STAR

wiiiiniH A odd i y.f rows

IMttlngper & Carroll, Proprietor

It. It. Carroll, General Manager
15-wrt V. Leavengood, HunlneHw Slanager

J. II. Iieajamln, Editor

wintered in the postoffice at Ocala,
! i., as second class matter.

- It Is estimated that at least SO, 000
thriners are in session jn Da 11a.-.
The progressive lion and republican
,'mb seem lyin;? down together in
iiieuKo. and the lamb is visible only
l'v means of usin the X-ray.

The Underwood tariff bill is noiv be be-considered
considered be-considered in the Senate. Presi-i.-nt
Wilson is confident that it will
i.-i.s that body without material
ange.-

A delegation of Woodmen from Fort
Kin:.' Cam; will iro to FlemSngton
Sunday next to dedicate a monument to.

the memory of tnelr late brother, T. It.
Mills. The delegation will iio in autos,
which will leave the hall at 12:20 sharp.
Also, a delegation from the same
lodire will iio to-Oxford Sunday. June 1,
to assist in dedicating the monument to
the deceased sovereign. T. A. Mitchell.
This delegation will also ;;o in autos,
and announcement of the leaving time

AMUSEMENT

Mr.

I ah I'rUe,

fill I FOUR HIS

.eJ with
at t h

will be mad

iter.

The second Tuesday
I-VHo'as memorial day
of Ocala will ob-erve

n June is Old
Tulula Lode
he occasion on

Sunday. June n, and all the members
are requested to attend and make spe special
cial special provi-ions for flowers to lay on
the graves of their departed brethren.

A number of leading English paper?
side with the Calif ornians in their dis dispute
pute dispute with the Japanese; and it must
be admitted that our British cousins
understand the heathen better than we
do.

The editor of the Star highly appre appreciates
ciates appreciates the compliment from his honored
friend, the editor of the Jasper News.
He is sorrowfully aware that it is
higher praise than he deserves, but he he-values
values he-values it highly all the same, and all
the more from the well known fact that
Jno. M. Caldwell is entirely sincere in
all he writes.

mil i i.;i.nit i v
dii:

ANY MIMTE

Jacksonville
message from
arra nements
there for the
Flakier, who..
ex peeled.

May 14. A telephone
St. Augustine .says that
are already under way
funeral of Henry M.
death is momentarily

hm:v ii'Ti hi:d
WAMS V AT lIDOCi roM. It

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n

We see that our old friend, J. Y. Det Det-iler
iler Det-iler of New Smyrna, is hard at work

'fore tile letfisl.

commission. Th
establish a comi
wiler at the hea
himself, but a K"
ward and highly
one very well
subjects.

ture for a tate fish
legislature should

ussion and nut Det-

!. He is an odd fish
d one, a straishtfor straishtfor-intellient
intellient straishtfor-intellient man, and

posted on piscatorial

Our sister county of I,ake is a rich
and beautiful shire, and its advantages
have seldom been set fortli so well as
in the Lake county edition of the Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Tribune, which has just come to
hand, and 'which possesses unusual
merit, even amons the fine publications
of that variety which that enterprising
journal has issued in the last year or
so.

The Tomlin corrupt practices act,
which is now before the legislature,
requires a newspaper that has pub published
lished published an attack on any candidate to
print free of charge his defense, if he
has previously expended all the money
that the law will allow him to spend
in carrying on his campaign. So far
as the Star is concerned, the law isn't
necessary. If this paper ever prints
an attack on a man, lie can have the
use of its columns, in reason, to de defend
fend defend himself if he hasn't a cent in the
world.

Any proposition that carries with it
the expenditure of money brings Sen Senator
ator Senator Carney to his feet with a vigorous
protest. Senator Wall, who wore the
collar of "watch doir of the trea.-ury"
in the il.m.-e for a yreat many years,
never has an opportunity to ;'et in a
word ahead of Senator Carney on such
ot-ea s Loo s. Tliis morning when Sena Senator
tor Senator Lfndsey presided for the clerk to

assist in earryin-

the convict bill under discussion. Sen Senator
ator Senator Carney jumped to his feet and
forcefully delivered himself thusly:
"Mr. President: We are making ap appropriations
propriations appropriations and appropriations here
and I do not know where the money is
coming from. I am opposed to any anything
thing anything that provides for appropriating
money and establishing more clerk clerkships."
ships." clerkships." The amendment was lost. Tallahas Tallahassee
see Tallahassee item in the Times-Union.

Western Fealur-

Ideal Tonight
Keliu Bra idock conn

trie .-eahoaro won .'i" ca-.i

Ideal last niht.
The Bison 3 01 IndUn picture- were
greatly enjoyed by the larae audience.
Anion? tonight's good pictures is n
exciting western feature. "The Moun Mountain
tain Mountain Girl's Sacrifice."
'To the City'1 is as fine- a of
stae work as wa- ever presented m a
photo play.
"Thri.uL'h Shadowed Vales" u an

other of those Universal Imp drarr: j Lev

featuring Mr. Kin.? Baott. the -"eat
movie favorite. Cash prize a- usual
Ideal tonight.

d fron. First. P., ge )

econd D!trft

tlsiiniris

B ik-r ?
II a : r. 1 1 1 u r.
Columbia
S u wannee
Brad for 1
Alachua
Marlon .

j t f a y tr 1 t
Taylor.
Jeff er-'.fi

Heels, Temple

owtello. Five

Tonight
of those classy license 1 pb pb-the
the pb-the kind that everybody llke. llke.-"iur
"iur llke.-"iur old friend Maurice Cos.
ill i.e featured in a .-ide-split-

llanrloe
Five

t urs.
ton i:: ht
tello w

!in'-c comedy. "Getting up a Practice, 'i
Julin-i With Fate" i a thrilling!
western story: : What An Appetite,";
a ?reat comedy: "Sisters All." a beau-!

tiful drama, and edder s DaUjcnttr

is an EdLson .-ornedv drama. t'oor.-

oi.en at B:!!'j: 7-V) cent.-. Tomorrow

.fcial. the first !ny!ic picture or tne

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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."

The

M

unroe & Chambliss Bank
OCALA, FLORIDA

I

IV T M.I, n i:k

Says the Tallahassee Democrat of the
'.uh: on Thursday afternoon from 4 to
t! o'clock, the ladies of Tallahassee
a.ain enjoyed the gracious hospitality
of Mrs. Park Trammell, the charming
wife of Florida's most excellent chief
execuitve. This brilliant reception was

out the provisions ofjiven especially in honor of Governor

Trammell's aunt, Mrs. J. T. Park of
Tampa and all th visitinc: ladies now
in the city.
Tiie mansion as the governor's home
is called, presented a most entracing entracing-picture.
picture. entracing-picture. The broad veranda, large hall
and spacious rooms, always attractive,
were transformed into veritable bow bowers
ers bowers of loveliness the tasteful arrange arrangement
ment arrangement of the magnificent roses, exquisite
Faster lilies, fragrant sweet peas,
beautiful vines and luxuriant plant
showed the touch of the artist's hand.
Miss Adelaide Huff. Miss Mary
Prlngde and Miss Josephine West, three
pretty little girls, stood at the door
and received the cards. Mrs. I"'. M.
Hudson and Mrs. G. T. Whunejd re received
ceived received in the hall.
Mrs. M. H. Mabry presented the
guests to Mrs. Trammell, who most
cordially received in the south parlor,
and standing with her were Mrs. J. T.
Park of Tamr-a; Mrs. K. L Carney, of

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206,516

Fourth DlMtrict

HITTING THK N AILS OX THE HEADS

if a woman could describe a game as
well as she does a gown, what a star
reporter she would be. Times-Union.
It will probably be thirty years be before
fore before Samuel Gompers will serve that
thirty day jail term. Pensaeola Jour Journal.

An undue amount of notice lias been
given to the alleged discovery of some
missing verses of the New Testament
in manuscripts dug up in Fgypt about
six years ago, and now in the posses

sion of a citizen of Detroit. At the end I

of the second century, A. D., several
hundred "gospels" and "epistles" were
in existence in Southern Europe, West Western
ern Western Asia and Xorthern Africa. The
churchmen who picked out from the
mass what now forms the New Testa Testament
ment Testament had a better opportunity for se selection
lection selection than has occurred since, and it
isn't likely that their judgment will
ever be materially interfered with.

The new apportionment of congres congressional
sional congressional districts, as set forth in another
place, will take Marion county out of
Mr. Sparkman's district and put it in
Mr. Clark's. Ocala will regret to lose
"Uncle Steve." He has done well by
our city, and has many friends, both
. personal and political, in it. If he has
opposition in the next primary, he will
miss the solid support that Marion
county has always given him. Mr.
Clark is certain,, to have opposition
next year, and a strong man will give
him more trouble than he has ever
had before. He has quite a number of
friends in Marion, and as we all know
the Honorable Frank is a smart man
and a good vote-getter, but he has no
string tied to the county, and his sup support
port support from it depends on his policy dur during
ing during the next year and the character of
his opponent. Mr. L'Engle will be in
the fourth district, which will reach
in one long line all down the east coast
from Georgia to Key West. It is prac practically
tically practically certain that Mr. L'Engle can
stay in Congress if he wants to, and he
probabty will try for another term in
the House, at the end of which it is
not unlikely that his friends will put
him up for the Senate. As a statesman
he belongs to the element that has
been steadily gaining ground of latej

years and is responsible for the elec election
tion election of Wilson and other progressives.
This element may and probably will
have temporary backsets. but as it
stands for the public welfare against
private privilege, it is sure to grow
stronger as the nation grows wiser.

A COX FA II.
"What's up?" said microbe Number
One,
"What's up, I say. what's up?"
Why, don't you know," quoth Number
Two,
"The folks are making such ado.
They've tired the common drinking
cup.
No more we'll perch upon its rim
And slyly watch our chance to swim
The Aliment Canal;
Once our victims found their way
To yonder hospital.
And oft the undertaker's dray
Led the van of grim array
In the 'Dead March from Saul."

With the stock market gone down
and the hog market going up, being
on the hog is not so bad as some other
places. St. Petersburg Independent.
Put for the birds all vegetation
would be utterly destroyed. The birds
are man's best friends. To ruthlessly
destroy them is wicked. Ocala Ban Banner.
ner. Banner. We frequently hear of persons as assuming
suming assuming the names of noted ball play players,
ers, players, but no one has yet been discovered
with nerve enough to pretend to be an
umpire. St. Petersburg Independent.
Peter Knight doesn't go to Tallahas Tallahassee
see Tallahassee any more to lobby for the rail railroads,
roads, railroads, but he uses the columns of the
Times-Union freely to tell why the
people shouldn't be allowed to run
their own bus'nes.s. Marianna Leader.
It is thought that the Colombians
m'ght be willing to settle the bound boundary
ary boundary dispute if this government will
give them the whole canal. Orlando
Reporter-Star.
We see by a Minnesota exchange
that a hotel cook was fined ten dol dollars
lars dollars and costs for throwing a beef beefsteak
steak beefsteak at a waiter, nearly knocking her
brains out. If it had been a hunk of
beef from one of our saw palmetto
fed scrubs, it would have killed the
poor girl. Sarasota Sun.
m 9
Some one wants to know how many
miles of road could be built with the
money that is spent for one battleship.
It depends entirely upon who has the
contract. Miami Metropolis.
The efforts to ridicule Secretary

Bryan because he had nerve enough to
stick to his views on temperance, show

the idea of humor that generally pre prevails
vails prevails in the British press. St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg Independent.
a
William Bandolph Hearst lecturing
the President on etiquette is not in intended
tended intended as a comedy, but it answers
the purpose very well. St. Petersburg
Independent.
We observe that Ocala is negotiat negotiating
ing negotiating for the purchase of the plant that
supplies that city with water. It is a
wise investment for any municipality
that brings under its own ownership
and control such ultilities as light and
water. Lakeland's experience in this
respect has been most satisfactory.
Lakeland Telegram.

j Monro 2 ...521
Dad.- KM17
; Palm Beach , . S.06S j
St. Lucie 4.47C
j S(.t.1)I.l . . ..T
j Brevard 5,143 i
Orange 20,842
VV.jusia .. .. 18,00
Putnart, 14,25
St. Johns , 14,407
Clay 6.671
Duval- 81.988
Nassau 11, ISO
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I1IXIIJTI(IN liV TIIH COUNCIL

In

"upport of the Hill to Extend hr
lt Limits to Silver Spring

At the meeting of the city council of

I the city of Ocala. Florida, held on the

evening of the 12th of May. 1&13, the
following preamble and resolution
Here unanimously adopted:
Whereas. There are now two bills
pendinsi in tiie legislature of this state,
one providing fen the enlarin of the
corporate limits f the eity of Ocala in

all directions, and th other by hei

extension of the city limits bv takinu

a strip of ter

ritory one-half mile wide, to and In Including
cluding Including the water front of Silver
Springs; and,
Whereas, After full and free discus discussion
sion discussion of these i wo measures, we believe
the adoption of both wiil be greatly to
the advantage f the city and do mucn
toward the material development of
the same; nd.
Whereas. After full, free and gen general
eral general discussion we feel assured that a
lare majority of our citizens both in
tlie city and in the territory proposed

If newspaper puffs count for any anything.
thing. anything. IMwin Spencer, Jr., of Ocala.
will come on of the legislature fully
qualifled to run for president of the
I'nited States. Tampa Tribune.
B
The new senator from West Virginia
say his election didn't cost him a dol dollar.
lar. dollar. Bvidently he is either a first class
prevaricator or a modern wonder. At
any rate, we advise certain ambitiously
inclined Floridians to make his ac-

JUST

Bi

"No more gay times like those we'll j nuaintance. 1 alatka Time Herald
see:
No more upon the slimy brink j
t f ft t . . .... . . 11 I ,1.1 1 1 T 1

To see the people swallow
Fever germs of scarlet dye.
Darker ones of typhoid ily
That in yonder ditch did wallow;
But now I feel so mighty sore
I cannot name them all I'm sure.
And so will leave the list for Four
To tabulate and follow."
"I declare I've not the gumption
To name them all" "piped Number
Four;

"Germs of cancer and consumption,
Pelagra germs and germs syphillic,
I'rban germs and germs idylic.
Bubonic germs and choleratic,
Oerms that turn the brain erratic,
We have them all yet in cold store:
But now the world's so neat and tine.
With doctors heading up the line.
We'll have to pack our grips and
carry
Our stock to one less sanitary"
"Exactly so," whined Number Five;
"And comrades, sure as you're alive
They say the common towel
Must follow up the common cup
For both alike are fou 1.
The earth has grown so mUhtv clean
They'll drive us off the mundane
scene;
Lets trek our way wiiere friendly
vermin
Flies and fleas and deadlv 'skeeters
i1 take pach precious little germ in
And call them dainty creeters:
u cannot SUI"e afford to tarrv
W here everything's so sanitarv
iets say good-bye and hunt a "spot
here we can revel in fresh rot"
A Star Gazer.
Many a good fellow has turned over
a new leaf and reformed.

Ocala; Mrs. Torn West. Mrs. II. J.

irane, oi widna; ..mis. a. ""!ilUo the corporate limits

or iaKeiana; .Mrs. jseun .uimms oi ;
Kentucky, Mrs. G. F. Smith of San- j
ford; Mrs. S. J. Hilburn. of I'alatka;!

Mrs. Carney W. Mitnms of Texas, and
Miss Mary Calhoun of Alabama.
Mrs. Trammell was charming. She
wore an exquisite gown of white &at;n
with Imported trimmings. The court
train was of lace, most gracefully ad adjusted
justed adjusted with jewel ornaments. In her
woft wavy hair was a tiara of pearls.
Mr. Carney, a handsome brunette,
was becomingly gowned in white voile,
embroidered in purple, with trimmings
of lac.
Mrs. Beuna Minims, attractive and
popular, was gowned in white chiffon
cloth over white eharmeuse with bodice
and trimming of rhinestone.
Mrs. Carney W. Minims, whose
blonde beauty has been very much ad admired
mired admired in Tallahassee, was exquisitely
beautified in a decollette. gown of
crepe chiffon over satin with overdress
of crystal.
From the parlor the guests passed

into thp music room, where thev were)

received by Mrs. C. B. Gwynn, Mrs. Ed
Brown, Mrs. W. E. Van Brunt and Mrs.
Joseph. Edmonson.
Mrs. George Perkins and Mrs. Benja Benjamin
min Benjamin invited the guests to the punch ta table
ble table over which Mrs. Guyte P. McCord
and Mrs. Robert Gray gracefully pre presided.
sided. presided. The entire large hall ia? in red and
green. The table for punch was placed
just under the archway, behind a trel trellis
lis trellis of vines and gorgeous red roses,
with a background of tall palms and
rubber plants.
As the guests left this beautiful and
popular resort they were graciously
greeted by Mrs. R. E. Rose and Mrs.

Arthur Williams, who invited them
into the dining room where Mrs. E. II.

Sellards and Mrs. P. T. Mickler cor cordially
dially cordially received them.
Delicious orange icd and white cake
with yellow and white minta. were
served in the dining room by Misses
Laura Pendleton. Susie Cornelia Pat Patterson.
terson. Patterson. Alice Pruitt. Mary Gwynn,
Azalee Moor. Janet Byrd and Mary
Hayes.
From the dining room the guests
were asked into the library by Mrs. J.
D. Adcock and Mrs. C. W. Richardson.
In this room Mr- Fred Moor, Mrs.
John Neeley and Mr. A. Z. Adkins en

tertained the guests.
Most enjoyable music wa. rendered
during the afternoon by Miss Ada
Moor, the piano being in the rear hall.
Mrs. Trammell and the ladies assist assisting
ing assisting her were greatly admired and re received
ceived received many compliments. all being
unusually handsome and attractiye
women.
Every one of the three hundred la ladies
dies ladies who were the happy guests of
Mrs. Trammell on this delightful oc occasion,
casion, occasion, will long remember it as one
of unalloyed pleasure.

to be taken in -by said bills are jn favor

of the measures; now, therefore, be It
j Resolved. By the city council of the
jsaid city of Ocala, that our senator and
I representatives in the legislature be
j and hereby are earnestly requested to
iuse eveij Honorable and lawful method

to secure tne enactment of both of
these measures at the present session
of the legislature.
Resolved, further. That we believe
the enactment of these measures into
laws will be in line with the progres progressive
sive progressive movements of our people for the
building up of our city, and will re redound
dound redound to the benefit of all interested in
the growth and development of our
city and county.
Jno. H. Taylor,
F. G. B. Weihe,
C. M. Livingston,
J. W. Hood,
Baxter Carn,
E. T. Helvenston.

G. A. Carmichael,
Members of City Council, Ocala, Fla

MAI' II ICE COSTELLO, FIVE REFX,
TEMPLE TO MGIIT. Ad v,

Box files at the Court Pharmacy 6-12

If you want a pretty low heel pump
or slipper for girls or misses, see "The
S'aoe Man" at Little's Shoe Parlor. 586t

UNCLASSIFIED ADS.
Lost, Found, Wanted, For Sale,
For Rent and Similar Local Needs

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'FLIES ARE DANGEROUS

YOU SHOULD KEEP THEM OUT

Flies are a great menace to health
and aside from the question of health,
they are very disagreeable. Let us
screen your house with our modern
method, home manufactured screens.
Ocala Lumber &. Supply Co. 3-25-tf

COLORED I'VTHIW KNIGHTS

FOR RENT Offices In Holder build building.
ing. building. Apply to Davis & Martin.

l ER I CATCHING

1 II' WITH CONSUMPTION
WANTED A country woman to do! London. May 14. "The time has now

general house work. Apply to 28 N. arri vcf wher

Sanchez St.

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FOR SALE A brass frame cot a

felt mattress, like new, apply to Star
office.

the attention of the pub

lic must be directed to the fact that
cancer is at the point of overtaking

nsumotion, statistically, a a bringer
death to English men and women."

This statement occurs m nummary

from 3 851 to

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NOW IS THE TIME

TO ORDER

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.
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Finest Quality of Florida and Wcxttru Reef. Pork
Fresh VeKttableit.

Lamb and

Phone 108 W. 0. MARSH, City Market

ROOM a FOR RENT Furnished IMO. jut i-sued by the Society for the!

rooms for light housekeeping', phone R !:!' und I'rc-vent ion of Cancer.
216, Fort King- Ave., and a four room!

cottage with

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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
you Money.
Agents for the Stand Standard
ard Standard "Central Needle" Sewing
Machine. Try one and if it

is not the Best, we Want it
Back in our Store.

PHONE CALLS WILL RECEIVE PROMPT
AMTENTION.
Phone 10
OGIlli FURNITURE CD.

Dior preparations are beinrj; made by
the local lode of colored Knicjhts of
Pythias for entertaining the state con convention
vention convention of the order which meets here here-next
next here-next week.

An elaoorate program has been pre-
i.nrc'j fur Monday niu'it at the Mount i

'.inn A. M. F,. .church on South Mag- j
r.ol ia street. Rr!,Mi, .-ever.al nddreses H

of welcome and response ihe proarrarn j -'louse for r
U interspersed with musical numbefs. j it. Apply
J Dukes as master of ceremonie i i' i'-will
will i'-will have, charge of this affair. j"

The committee on arrangements has j
abut completed its work of prepara-!
tion for the bin banquet vh:, h local ;
Knijrhts will tender their auc.-ts
next Wednesday nb-iht at the Metro Metropolitan
politan Metropolitan hall. Those in harce of this .'

affair are A. D. Erooks. It. J. Mit:
M. J Stevens and Josej.h Gable

My house, No. 229 Fort Kin? avenue,
will be for rent after June 1st. Mr?
McDowell. 5 2

There never was a time when peo people
ple people appreciated i'r.s real merits of

Chamberlain's Cough Remedy more j
than now. This is shown by the la

in sales ana voluntary testl- j
from persons who have been j

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piano, standard make, for real estate 'are troubled with a cough or cold give
city or country, or will sell at a bar- ; i: a trial and become acquainted with
aain. cash or easy terms. Addres. t its good qualities. For sale by all

j crease
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no." care box S2S.

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dealers.

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nt near r.i:.

to Ms--' K

six room For first class automoDne service
school build-1 hi- the trin. hour or dav. nhone Vo.

a s nith. phone' 327. First class car and uniformly
h prices to all. J. C. flizer. .Ad.

I WANT 1 MEN At once :o learn
the barber trade. Ne v n; -t;.j. Only
few weeks required. Fosition wiitinr.
Tools famished. Money earned whli?
learning. Write today. A. Ti. Moler,
Pres., Mob;-r system. Atlanta Ga. 1 0 -6 1

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HORSES

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MULES

MITK i: OK Filial
ii:f.tig of ciusinioHS

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and working

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usekeeper.

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Fo-irt of the I'nited
he S-.uth rn District of i

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OI.LIE MORDI?' MARKET OPES

The market formerly Known as the
Oilie Mordis' is now open. Will keep on
and a supply of fresh meats and Ssn
Orders by phone will receive prompt
motion. Phone number 315. Come
to the old stand and be treated right
Yours respectfully.
Ad. OLLTfi Lt'OP.piS.

family. Good wanes. Only best need
apply. E. A. I.aenpor. BellcV.ew.
Fla. :.-:3-itl l:w
LOST -Pair of bifocal, .sold framed
eveuli-ses on Sharp's Ferry roal or at
Mr. Hlnton's ,.n the river. Re war-J If
returned to this office. 5-15-2td
P-.-S !T!N WANTED By reliable
your, s rr.ar. "f i- "; ooKKe-eper. Op Op-erax
erax Op-erax typewriter. '. H. Butl-r. Har Har-r
r Har-r In stop. Hall hotel, -1 1 6 1

the D:-tri,t
s-,t. s. f.,r

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: ,e uiaiier of .Jeort:e W. Martin,;
I 'ins Business Fndrr tho Narnej
of 0.caLt. News Company, Bank- i
rapt In Bankruptcy.
" ti.- creditors of Ge.jrse W. Mar-I
loins busines- Ocala News'

my. :n tnr county of Marion, and

said, a bankr

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notice is

on the 17th day of

i:.. the said Georse W.
business as Ocala News :
duly adjudicated bink- 1

Eat
better.

Carter's bread.

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WANTED Y--o
r.urscj irajtiinc.
j.ital. Aprdy at
Ai:susta Memor
tersburs, Fla.

1 Fine r.ew hos- 1 ;,
Superintend..-!!: j 'r

ir..sidtai, St. Pe-

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proper:

Oca la. F

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meeting of hi3

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t. on the 15th day of May,
t 1 o'clock in the fore-:-h
time the sail creditors
rrove trieir claims, ap ap-th.
th. ap-th. examine the bankrupt,
inch other business as
come before the meet meet-Grover
Grover meet-Grover C. McCiure,
Refer-'1 in Bankruptcv.
May 1st, l'JJ2.

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

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

Call at (he Lot, yon will find some Stock to suit yon,
if it is one or dozen head you need, I have them.

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LIVE STOCK DEALER OCALA, FLORIDA



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ybzr money NOW
Every man looks forward to being comfprtably
fixed some day, but whatever any man looks forward
to cannot be acquired over-night. If you want to be
comfortably fixed SOME DAY, you must begin by
starting a bank account NOW. Your money is safe
in the bank, and your keen interest in seeing your
balance in the bank grow is the thing that wi(l rn a Ke Kelt
lt Kelt grow.
DO YOUR BANKING WITH US
We Pay 4 per cent Interest on Savings Accounts

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DIAMOND WELL ItJLISHED

Undertaker Smith, phones 10 and S4.

Box files at the Court I

A
dick

afternoon for a gam with the home
nin. which on a the Star goe. to

i ked T.-am from Antmony, Red Red-and
and Red-and .Sr.arr arrived in the ritv thU

Mrs. Ti. F. Border.,
say, is quite sick.

rmary -12 j press.

l'alatka's well trained baseball ag-
the Star regrets to i gresfation will be here tomorrow for a

redhot ga.Tif, and there doesn't any anybody
body anybody want to miss seeing it.

Bath sprays for a show-r bath
the Court Pharmacy. 3-12

Ink,
Court

in any size
Ph armac v.

and kind
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at the

fome men are
tiie existence of

livinsr refutations
the fool-killer.

Of

Icy hot bottles in quarts and pints
at the Court Pharmacy.

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Call or 5hone the Court Pharmacy
for your quick and accurate prescrip prescription
tion prescription .service. Phone 284. 6-12

Mr. J. L. Whisenant, marshal of

Ilelleview, was in the city today or

hcial business.

American lieuty oath spray fits
bath tub s'itnnt complete $1.25
CJ e r i i it ( u ii s t o r e s. Adv.

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Kx-Senator I. H. I'.aker of Orange
Home was greeting his Oeala friends
today.

POUTER'S RECITAL

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T! friends of Miss Marauerit fctr

ter and the pupils of her music class
are cordially invited to attend their
sprinir recital at the Woman's Club at
S o'clock Thursday evening, May 15th.

D. V. MEETING

Dickison Chapter U. D. C. will hold
its regular business meeting Friday
afternoon at the residence of Mrs. Mo Mo-Iver.
Iver. Mo-Iver. Mrs. S. Fi. Whalej.
Recording Secretarv.

OC'VI. HOY IK IN ATLANTA

My. Jake Brown was called to At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta last Satujviay to the bedside of
her son, Julius, who is In the hospital
with a severe cse o grip. Mrs. Brown
write that Juli'is much better and
if he is able fo stand the trip' she will
brins him home the last of this wettv

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Shoe polish of every dt-scriptiou can
be found at the Court Piivmacv. it
is shut; polish, they h.Ye It. Adv.

A i the meeting of Tulula Lodue last
night, Mr. H. It. Luffman was given the
flr.-t degree in Odd Fellowship.

If it isn't an Kastman, ijt u't a
kodak. Kodaks and Ut'-,vnies, all sizes
and pricey, 4t tiei'iy"! drugstores. Ad.

Mr. I,avsun J. Signion vil .ihip the
first carload of watermelons from South
Lake Weir May l'.uh.

Mr. L. T. Z. Darr, who has been in
tiie hospital for several weeks, was
nit'Ved to the home of Mrs. Ida Gates
this morning, and will soon be able j
return t of her home in South Funda.
The Clarkson baby is a Hitle better
today.
Mr. Walter utiii Is reported to be
better t.iday.
Air. .1. S. Burk, an tmi'.ltivt of the
oeala Waaron Works, '.vs taken to the
hospital this rv".irnrag for treatment.

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

Pound, nut, layer and raisin cakes

j always on hand, fresh, at Carter's Bak Bak-lerv.
lerv. Bak-lerv. G-14-Ctd

11 I' A man

shoes? Bet us "iy
tie'-; Shov; I'urlor-

that's hard i; Hi

The court today is engaged in taking
testimony in the case of L. R. Garr-.
son vs the city of Ocala. $13,ftOA 4am-:
apes. Tiiis is a case thaA grew out of
the accidental V.aib of Callie clarri-

! son sonie iMvnth ago by coming in
I found with a livt wire at the corner
in! of jiouth Fifth anil Magnolia streets.

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BALL

South Atlantic League,
Every Evening.
Keatliig's Buffet.

Bit- The prosecution is represented by My

W. K. Zewadski. wliile Messrs L.
Sistrunk and H. M. IlamptOu are look-

lf y tm want v.ood bread and other, mg after the interest, or trie city,
bakery products no to Carter's Bak-j There are juUr a l'-ew witnesses in the
ery 5-H-6td ; ase ;ut it is not likely tht It will be
. liuiiied over to tlie jury until some time
Ml RICE COSTEI.I.O. El k HKEI, tomorrow.
TEMPLE TOMGHT. lv.' Thv grand jury made a preliminary
. '. ;rc..rt to the court this afternoon, in

which five true bills were found as fo.V

j Vniol t tie ideal tonic for either num

Timer or winter complaints. Itx home in low

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Oeala is tiie Court Piiarmacy. 6-12

Prank Brvant, breaki' amt enter-

in:

The best way to stop a woman's
tears is to tell her they make her nose
red.

assault with intent t$

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Sewiiii"- a pleasure with our elec elec-tlit;
tlit; elec-tlit; motors. A trial will convince you.
Ocala Furniture Co. Phone 10. .j-lu-t

Sumo men are Oorn ureal, and then

jtliey miss the pleasure of tellinu h-..x

tliev did it.

Ben Be.Vtow

nu itlei'.
'harles Coleman, breadline and en en-tering.
tering. en-tering. Hu--;h Ilaiifs, burglary.
Henry Williams, breaking And enter-
i n -r.
No true bills were found In two
is s under- investigation, those of
: ,,- Maxey for selling and removing
o. .itemed property; and R. C. Mun Mun-ax'er
ax'er Mun-ax'er for embezzlement.

Boy's elk oxfords in black and tar.
leathevs; i,es 3 to tt. Battle's Sho
Parlor, 5-8 6t

WETHEIt FORHCAST

Bocal showers ton'bt or Thursday.

Wafers, macaroons, kisses and other,
fancv cakes may always be had at

Carter's Bakery. And they're alw
fresh. .""-! 4-6td

Mr. rv. Hist, the Star's enterpris enterprising
ing enterprising correspondent at Mcintosh, with,
some of his friends, is in the ;.iiv tq-day.

Bexall Tan and Freckle Botlon is a.n
excellent external application for
freckles and sunburn, at Qerig' drug drugstores.
stores. drugstores. Adv.

OPEN II AY AND NIGHT

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

CQOU WELLS

If you want a well, have a good one
and let S. II. Christian do your work.
Adv. May 21.

MAI RICE COSTEI-I.O, FIVE REELS,
T E MPLE TO" NIGH T. A d v.

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.

"TACKLE" OUR FISHING TACKLE AND YOU'LL
LAND ANY FISH THAT TACKLES YOUR BAIT.
WE DO NOT "BAIT" CUSTOMERS BY SELLING
THEM THINGS THEY KNOW SOMETHING ABOUT AT
A VERY LOW PRICE, AND THEN GETTING VERY HIGH
PRICES ON THINGS THEY DON'T KNOW ANYTHING
ABOUT.
WE WANT YOUR TRADE ONLY BECAUSE WE DE DESERVE
SERVE DESERVE IT-

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Mr. and Mrs. W u. Denham of
Gainesvill, ar among the visitors in
the eity today. Mr. Denham is now
connected with the Mutual Bifo Insur Insurance
ance Insurance Company and has charge of Mar Marion,
ion, Marion, Alachua, Bake, Sumter and Levy
counties. The report of the company
for May shows Mr, Denham to be In
the "big twenty" class of agents, hav having
ing having written over $100,000 during the
month, of which he is justly proud.

M PRICE COSTELLO, FIVE REELS

TEMPLE TONIGHT- dv.

DR. W. K. LANE,

$perinlit, Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Office, Baw Library Bldgr., Ocala, A,d-

peanut fo;m sale

itdiid picked peanuts at one dollar
and twenty-five cents per bushel, at H
B Masters Co.

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.

SOMETHING THAT WON T nFE-AK

Many, a, benv'o' nrvvr marries be be-causti
causti be-causti He hates to disappoint a lot of
ipls jut to make one of them happy.

Now Is the time to get rid of your
rheumatism. You can do It by apply applying
ing applying Chamberlain's Liniment and mas massaging
saging massaging the parts freely at each ap application
plication application For sale by all dealer:: Ad.

Ladies, it if dumb that we guar guarantee
antee guarantee that yoiu cannot break. Callfat

the Cvont Pharmacy and ask to seeVdt

tin your next inp uunu iun. auv.

Mr. Rridseit Entertained for MIm Ley
This morning Mrs. T. E. Eridges
ciwurrrtngfy entertained about thirty
young ladies in compliment to Miss
Hallie Ley. a verj popular young yiri
who has just refljfned from a series of
delightful visifs tVAVashington, D. C.r
and points in Georgia, after an absence
of several months. Mrs. Bridges is one

of Ocala's most talented hostesses and

her parties always evince much fore forethought
thought forethought and ingenuity, and particular,
ly this onexiU-Kiulng. 1
'Mrs7B'ridges met her guests on the

north end of her piazza and invited
them to the other end, where Miss Ley
greeted each while they were being re

freshed with fruit punch served by
Miss Roux. The punch table was nret-

tily decorated with roses, sweet peas
and asparagus fern all of which was in
perfect keeping with the dozens of
potted plants which were arranged on

and around the plawa.

Mrs. T. H. Johnson invited the vouns

ladies intu the reception hall and mus

ic routti where an hour and a half was
pleasantly spent amidst elaborate

decorations.

When all had arrived, work bags.

each guest having been told to hrins-

her sewing, were opened and work be began,
gan, began, but it was only a few minutes be before
fore before Mrs. Bridges appeared, saying shr shr-had
had shr-had played a trick on the guests and
that she had some little girls for whom
she wanted sme dolls dressed. Miss
Eunice F.llfa then entered with a large
basket, 'filled with yellow packages.
aeh of which contained a tiny doll
with the necessary materials to dress
it. Much fun was had whlti doing
this delightful work. When completed
they were collected by the hostess and
the guests received their own sewing,
but again they were Interrupted, this

time toi attend a May pole doll pa?"
in he dining room.
The round table, covered with a
handsome cloth, was centered with a
tall white pole from the summit of
which extended streamers of pink and
blue ribbons to, the dolls placed around
the edge of the table, among trailing
asn.avAg.us fern and bouquets of pink
oleanders. The effect was exquisite
Seated around the room on sofa pil pillows
lows pillows the guests were served t chick chicken
en chicken salad sandwiches, wafers and cheese
apples. The salad was served in May
baskets made from, bell peppers and
the handles of tW baskets were adorn adorned
ed adorned with a tiny bouquet of flowers.
Direcity after enjoying the delicious
rest pencils and cards were dis distributed
tributed distributed and Mrs. Bridges asked twelve
questions, the answers of which were
to be twelve Mowers. The contest was

one of the cleverest ever introduced in

iH-ala. On leaving the dining room itj

was announced that the little girls for
whom the dolls were dressed were,
present and that each guest must take
tier's hom?.
Present to enjoy this mosl unique
and beautiful "home coming party for
Miss Ley were Misses Hope ItobinsOT,
Adele Bittinger, Jennie Harrel, May
Camp, Alice Ilullock, Bettie Melver,
Minnie Ktovall. Kathleen Jackson, Eliz Elizabeth
abeth Elizabeth Newsom, Fanny and Rosebud
Itobinson, Nellie Gottlieb, Josie Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Gertie Peyser, Frances Tarver,

Lois Ellis, Unoda and Annie Pearl Lid-

don, iester Dewey, Ophelia Sawtell,
Clara Johnson, Bessie MacKay, Annie

tkinson, Mrs. Violet Powers and Mrs.

.1. M. Smith of Thomasville.

Invitations have been received in

Ocala from members of the graduating

class at the John B. Stetson University,

at DeLand, who will have their com

mencement exercises on Tuesday eve

ning, May 27th. Miss Fay Cribbett,

who spent her childhood in this county

and often visits relatives here, is a

member of the graduating class this
year.

Mrs e. S. Cullen and three young

children, Sidney, Alice .and Lanier Cul

len, went to Palatka yesterday after

noon to visit for a few days.

Mrs. E. II. Mote, who was called to

Baltimore, Mr., last month to be with
her cousin during an operation, has re returned
turned returned to her home in Leesburg.

Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith of Thomas

ville, Ga., have been guests at the Har

rington for two days. Mrs. Smith is a

eollegemat of Miss Minnie Stovall,

she. having attended Brenau before her
marriage.
Mrs. J. B. Borland and daughters,
Mrs. Talmadg DuPree and Misses
Louise and 'F.VipI Borland of Citra were

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This bank, with ample capital, large,, resources, and
an efficient and well-systematized organization,
has the ability and disposition to give good service.
OttTarffsdepartments are welTequippedwitrr
modern facilities for transacting business prompt promptly
ly promptly and economically.

THE OCALA NATIONAL

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CAPITAL PULL PAID IX VTKaa.
H. STOKES. C&hir.
EBWARBg, Tt. CLARENCE CAMP, Vie PrM.

They are all talking about it.
About what?

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SALE

The average woman Is almost as
much afraid of a mouse as a mouse is

of her.

The only oajuriunit les some people
eve;- lake advantage f are the oppor opportunities
tunities opportunities to do the wrona thing.

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vame is a man's friwdhip.

A man can he .almost anything if he

has a mind to be in M mind,

We are GOING OUT of the SHOE BUSINESS.
We mean Every Word Of It.
We are selling our $3.50 to $5.00 Shoes at

We have Dorsch, Bostonlan and Beacon Shoes
in All Shapes for Men.
These are High Grade shoes and an opportunity to
buy shoes at this price may Never Present itself
again.
Ask your friends. They have certainly been athis
Shoe Sale. Some have bought from two to four pairs
for their own use.
This is Positively the Last Call as our stock is fast
diminishing.

in town shopping today.

Cards have bef received from Mr.
and Mrs. ChM. F. Flippen, who are
spending their honeymoon at points of
irttet-ests in Tennessee. They are now
at Watertown, enjoying a visit with

Mr. Flippen's

parents.

Red, Buff, Gray and

w jm m m m a m ar m

lQ)IlMvulm Common Building

Large Stock, Prompt Shipment

WE SAVE YOU MONEY
A. C. CONYERS, StSiS.

Lame back 13 usually, caused by
rheumatism of the muscles of the

back, for which you will find nothing 1

better than Chamberlain's Liniment
For sale by aU dealers. Ad.

Charity covers a multitude of sins.
But don't let that worry you. A lot
more will spring up.

Close, Practical Economy?

Well, here! a sure way to jtet result: W
Wnleh the market closely, and whenever joti can make a avloK,v
by 1 11 i 11 1 your meat, fish, poiilr, fruits, vegetable, or milk and?j
Itutter in larger quantities than usual, DO so anil your ref riserntor YY
will he what it otit;lit to be; jour own cold storage plant. .v..

OCALA ICF & PACKING CO.

Stiff neck Is not only painful, but an annoying.
noying. annoying. To get rid of it quickly, rub
the parts affected with BALLARD'S
SNOW LINIMENT. It penetrates tb?
flesh and relaxes the muscles so ttt
the pain ceases immediately. Price
25c, 50c and $1 per bottle. Sold by all
druggists. Ad.

The tilings that don't concern
are the very tilings that give
people the most concern

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WHITE STAR LIIVE,

VHA.NSFEll AM) FI HKIMIOOF STOHAGE

COLLIER BROS.? Proprietors.

Teams for Light
and Heavy Hauling.
Packing and
Shipping o!
Furniture, Pianos
and Safes.
Baggage Service
the Best.

P o

We Selt
BEAVER BOARD,

dmprinr in Plalpr

or Ceiling in
Quality or Price.
Investigate.
Phone 296

Trailing Arbutus, a new talcum pow powder
der powder for Rexall stores. At the Fostof Fostof-fice
fice Fostof-fice Drugstore. Adv.

The
suit 1
see ma

greatf's draw naek to the pur pur-f
f pur-f wealth is that wealth always
to uet its second wind.

-45c

- 20c

If you belch up a hitter tasting liquid
It id a sign of bad digestion. A dose
or two of HERBINE will correct the
disorder. It stimulates digestion and

purities

bowels. Pr'ce

0

Sold by all druggists.

cents.
Ad.

The only man that
sav his wife is an ancel

an truthfully
i a widower.

s are wiaing to
of our friends

Mo.-t of u
sufieriority

ter of making mistakes.

concede th thin
in thin the mat

Some pessimists arc oorn mat way.
whilo omers live in boarding houses.

i cans Van Camp's soup . 25c

beans 25c
Hominy 25c

Mince Meat 25c

" Sunbeam shrimp 25c
lb M Soda 5c

cans small flat Salmon. 35c

"large " .-30c
v tall Salmon 30c

M Argo large Salmon
M Ocean Gem tall M

TRY OUR
Hotel Astor Coffee
SOMETHING FINE
40 cts. per Pound
LORD CALVERT
STEEL CUT COFFEE
40 cts. per Pound
CAUIAS
CO.
PHONE 163

On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. P. VT.

Cook was 4i&'-eliAttiir hostess of the
Eastern Star sewing cire. While the

ladies were busy wirf their needles.

Mrs. L. W. HarleW and Miss Erin
Yonge rendered everap selections on
the piano. Mrs. Cook,tssisted by Mrs.

George McGahagin served cake and re

freshing punch. The circle will meet

next Tuesday with Mrs. i. FI. Spencer

on Oklawaha avenue.

Mrs. S. P. ifoillnrake has as her

guests her sister, Mrs. II. C. Tabor of
Atlanta, and her sister-in-law, Mrs. R.

Kreigsman of Eustis.

Miss Bessie Scher of Valdosta. Ga.,

has arrived in the city to make her
home here. Miss Scher's father is the

manaeer of the English Woolen Mills,

whos store will be opened in a few

days in the Cam building.

Mrs. A. 15. "Weaver of Miami, who

stoppea in tne city on ner way nome

from the L. D. C. convention at Live

Oak. to visit her mother, brother and

sister here, left for her home today,

accompanied by her mother, Mrs. L.. J

Lummus. Mrs. Weaver is a sister of
Mrs. A. A. Winer and Mr. S. M. Lum Lummus.
mus. Lummus. and has many friends in Ocala,

who are always glad to see her. She

is one of the high officers of the Flor

ida r. d. c.

The Ocala friends of Mr. and Mrs. W.
F. Marlowe, now residents of Starke,
will be pleased to know that they have
another bright little boy in their home.
Mrs. Ida Gates and Miss Genevieve
Smith have gone to Atlanta, to attend
the closing exercises of the 'Southern
D-ntal College. Mr. Paul Gates will

be a graduate Ot m: coiiee. tie ns
formed a partnership with Dr. Walker,
an established dentist of Macon. His
Ocala friends wish him success and
hope to see him sometimes.
Mrs. H. E. Shoefiin, of Fairfield, is in
the city for a visit to her sister, Mrs.
Fort V. Leavengood.

iiia

The friend-winning prices

that we are making in our store

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

extraordinary offerings. Buy Buying
ing Buying jewelry here means

spending money right.

Style may change but
our high quality, low price

standard of jewelry sell
ing remains fixed.

Here you will find
a satisfying assort

ment of the world's
best productions

in jeweiry,
cems, silver-

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ling sparkling pern set rinp"

V X
i I at a decided Drice

reduction here's
your opportunity.

For your sweetheart mar married
ried married or otherwise a diamond

solitaire is eminently proper.
Nothing better as an engage

ment or birthday ring:. Surprise Father,
Husband or Brother with a nice ring. We
have p splendid assortment of gems in up-to-

the-minute settings at prices to

suit the thinnest pocket book. You V. a

men and women and little folks. Call !KY I
In now while the stock Is complete. f M.

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Drugs in Common Usa Harmful as iho Disoase They
are Supposed fo Cure.

Fl

Many people aro shackled to contir.ui-l
suffering by the dru3 they u.-e-. These
seem to dry up the surface but there';-;
a stomach almost destroyed, there are
ulcerated bones; locomotor ataxia, con convulsions,
vulsions, convulsions, abscesses, falling hair, impaired
eye-sigh t, deafness, and a host of other

Get Away From This Misery. Let S. S. S.
Do it for You.
troubles continue to make life miserable.
There is one blood remedy that jou
only rely upon. It is not a "d.,pe," not a
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bathes your body with internal healthful
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wonderful change but your entire ap appearance
pearance appearance undergoes the most welcome
transformation. S. S. S. has long been

rec.gnSzed a.s tho greatest blood purifier
ever known.
If you have been fighting some blood
trouble, som'j eruptive skin disease, call
it eczema, lupus, psoriasis, malaria, scrof scrofula
ula scrofula or what you will, there is but one

sure, safe way to cure u. ai aujr
drug store for a $1.0 bottle of S. S. S
and you are then on the road to health.
The action of this remarkable remedy
is just as direct, just as positive, just
as certain in its inf.uencve as that the
sun rises in the east. It is one of those
rare medical forces which act in the
blood with the same degree of certainty
that is found in all natural tendencies.
The manner in which it dominates and
controls the mysterious transference of
rich, red, pure arterial blood for th9
diseased venous blood is marvelous.
Out through every skin pore acid?,
germ.? and other blood impurities ara
forced in the form of invisible vapor.
The lungs breath it out, the liver is
stimulated to consume a great proportion
of impurities, the stomach and intestines
cease to convey into the blood stream
the catarrhal, malarial germs; the bowels,
kidneys, bladder and all emunctories of
the. body are marshalled into a fighting
force to expel every vestige of eruptive
disease.
There is scarcely a community any anywhere
where anywhere but what has its living example
of the wonderful curative effects of
K. S. S. Get a bottle of thi:s famous rem remedy
edy remedy today, and if your case is stubborn
or peculiar write to The Swift Specific
Co., 127 Swift BIdg., Atlanta. Ga. Their
medical laboratory is famous and is con conducted
ducted conducted by renowned experts in blood and
skin diseases.

Harry Irving Greene

Atxlhor of
"The Lash of Circumstance,"
"Barbara of the Snows"

Call up Phone 300 and Let us Give an Estimate on Your

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AND ELECTRICAL WORK

We Guarantee to Save Yon illonev on Anv Work in Our Lines

Am we employ none Nut erl r rire In position to Kiiarnntee ev every
ery every piece of wirk we tr;i-t In ".lurid lite Inspection of the imin(
rlicid Inspector. It i-ohi imfiili'x i our finre, itmi yoti are the
winner, whether we .e-nre the rnitriKl or not. Jlve n a trial.
H. W. TUCKER

FOHT KINO III.OCK

OCA LA, Fi.Oil 515

(Copyright, 1812. by Harry Irving Greene)
CHAPTER X.

The Surprise. j

i eS ITttUit; Ud'-fi. u i ill'- aiinui i
I of the aeroplanes at Dentonville, then.
ensued an exasperating dearth of in-
formation other Than that they were 1
;Iaily scouring the country for miles I
; around, but had been able to come i
! across no signs of the murderer. Fears i
! were entertainer that ho had again ;
changed his place of abode and that i
! he was already hundreds of miles
i away plotting some new fiendishness 1
I in some unsuspected quarter. His
almost unlimited capacity for mischief ;
j became more and more impressed up- ;
Ion the minds of the people as they!
grew to appreciate his wonderful fly-
ing powers, his ability to see in the j
j dark, his fox cunning and his wolf j
I sanguineousness. So long as he did
! not recklessly expose himself, as he :
! had done upon the two occasions in i

the past when he was trying out the J
flying machines, there seemed little j
prospect of putting a quietus upon him j
except by some lucky accident, since j
he could work by night altogether if j

he so chose and since the fleetest
planes could not catch him by day daylight
light daylight even when they had him in full

j view. His ability to change his base

of operations with such rapidity ren rendered
dered rendered troops, horses and artillery prac practically
tically practically useless, and unless he could be
induced to alight at a certain point
traps and snares would be equally in ineffective.
effective. ineffective. Also, in a country where
food, both animal and vegetable, was
so plentiful that he could help him himself
self himself to whatever he chose by merely
taking the trouble of bearing it away,
poison could not be relied upon to
bring about his downfall. And as a
matter of interest it is perhaps worth
mentioning at this point that at the
mere suggestion of using poison there
arose a howl of horror from senti sentimentalists
mentalists sentimentalists all over the country, who
raved at the mere though of such an
atrocity being perpetrated. Shoot him,

T

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to n ; .-nr tL- convenient
:.o.-:t -cnsantIy. An en-;
;t c: .'.oors siri. an ardent

end id horse-woman.

r to the night of the pass-:

III

unki-.own lQ'.

a:rr.ost Gail

rcie ui-on the links or

hr.-

nmjamnm

The Sanitary, Durable,
Flat Oil Finish

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FLATKOATT
For Uie Walls and Ceilings of

Homes

Churches

3

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Schools I j $

I "1 Flies to

in

roui.out the surrounding
r-n upon these latter jour-
gene alone, but usually
's vl.en they were free
.ies of their offices either
a, and not infrequently

had ridden with her.

s consumed by a desire to
and after resisting for a

cay or two she deemed to do so. The

Flyiiii: Man had not been heard of for
a 'At.-f-k, he was undoubtedly hundreds
of miles away, and besides she would
take an escort with her who would
be w-11 armed against anything which
mialit attempt to molest them. Clay
had called her up the day before
she had written him her answer as
'lie had promised and informed her
th;:t he expected to leave the city at
any moment, and as she had not hyr 1
from him since she assumed thatNi?
had gone. Alan she had not heard from
for several days, so she now decided
to call-up his number. He answered
the ring in pei sen. This was Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. "And I am going riding tomorrow
at nine in the morning, and if you feel
so inclined you may ride with me."
she informed him at the close of their
preliminary chat. He thoupht it over
for a moment as he held the wire. It
seemed to be an assured fact that
the enemy was far away, it certainly
was too bad to keep an active girl
like Doris shut up in the house any
longer when she craed the open air,
and it certainly would be a delight to
again go galloping at her side. Any Anyway
way Anyway he would have his revolver handy
and nothing could pet near them by

I i;a,i iii;iJL vi miuui ueuig nuuieu, i Here

to re
"And if you won't come with me I
will go alone," she threatened in the
midst of his meditations as she be became
came became tired of awaiting his answer.
Of course that settled it.
"I am only too eager to accompany
you."
" Indeed! I can imagine your eager eagerness
ness eagerness from the impetuous way in which

you accepted the invitation. Whv, I i

did not wait over five minutes before
reminding you that I was still listen listening.
ing. listening. If I woke Vou up, I apologize."
"I was not sleeping. I was merely

i i i ill h 1 ii t. ovjii;euu i Laii.iUL liliwrv

much and talk at the same time as
some people seem to be ahl:i to do.
Lucky for them they ran though
otherwise they would not think. mu-h,"
he added with a grin. But the attempt attempted
ed attempted sarcasm was evidently lost on
Doris for her laugh came tinkling over
the wire.
"Now I wonder whom you can mean
by that, for goodness knowc I never
utter a word except when I happen
to think of something I want to say.
Then I may expect you to call at nine
in the morning?"
"You may."
"Very well. I will tell you the rest

ot the gossip taat 1 have picked up
over the 'phone then." And with that
she rany: off abruptly as she usually

i I

time ns

oooo

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Did you know that you could buy first first-class,
class, first-class, made-to-order screens in Ocala
for less money and quicker delivery

get from any other
You can

than you can
screen house?

We

12 km Absolutely

Class Screen-

First-

it
ii

are making them
fied customers.

now,
We

Ask our satis-

measure your

house and fit the screens whenever
desired. Not made in Jacksonville or
any other seaport, or inland town, but
MADE IN OCALA.

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ill ClCSlSi ILMITDIIllDSF (sx

I 'Phone 223. jj
i

Offices

Ask Our dealer in your town for "Modern Method of Finishing Wals,"
our beautifully-printed and illustrated book, with true-to-life color
schemes and practical suggestions. The plain directions on each can
make Pee-Cee Flatkoatt easy to apply with perfect success.

Manufactured by

Peaslee-Gauibert Co.

Louisville, Ky.
SOLD BY
Mclver & MacKay

INCORPORATED

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FOR OCALA
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 bv Noon,
SATURDAY, MAY lTtli
C.Daniel Wfiitf ield

i

M'lVER & MAG KAY
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Embalmers
Fine Caskets and 8unal Robes
i). i:. McIVJ;il and C. V. HOUUKTS
J-'uncral Directors
11 W!rk Done y Licensed Km Km-balnifi's
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PHOXES-

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Roberts

de Barn, and
self Inside."

Locks

"Undertaking Office

Take no chancer: vrith a pain In the chest.
Every case c-f f.-n.-umrticn bogJin with that
aymptom. Stor- at once with

orehoun

It is a Fine Healing Remedy for
Sore Luns, Coughs and
Uozrszncss.
It promptly Checks Inflammation, relaxes tightness, clears the
air passages, restores tone nr. J rtrensth to the 1 ronchlal tubes.
"Relieves hoarseness, irritating courr.. ticklins: renr-ations In the
throat; removes conerstion anl t nalles the patient to breathe
easily ana rest comfortably at night.
Price 25c, 00c and $LOO per BottU.

yrup it

pa

Buy the Jl-GO siz.

ontains fvo times

as n-.uch

as the 23c size, ard you .tret with eacu oottie a ur.
Tlprrieks Red Pepper Torous piaster for the chest.
jaises r. BLUfiD pp.opnisrrcn sr. loujs, uo.

Stephen s-e Salve in a safa aad bpecJy remedy for Sore Eye"

SOI.n HY AM DEALERS

stab him, blow him to flinders, choke
him, drown him, but poison him to a
painless death horrors! They wept
copiously at the idea. Better by far
let him continue his career of murder
and child stealing. And in their cabi cabinets
nets cabinets and offices statesmen, military
men, scientists and inventors gathered
together and held long discussions
upon means whereby he might be
rendered harmless as various intricate
schemes were proposed, all eventually
to be discarded as impracticable. The
more they schemed and talked, the
more 'evident it became that the gun
and the aeroplane were the only weap weapons
ons weapons which promised any effectiveness
against him.
In the common belief that the pert
had at last deserted them for good,
the people of the city of his first ap appearance
pearance appearance once more gradually resumed
their normal lives. One could not go
about forever with his eyes up in the
air without falling into the holes that
lay beneath his feet. In fnet tb nr.

dinary dangers of life that beset one
on every side were manifold, whereas
there was but one Flying .Man. and
after some score of sky gazers had
fallen into coal holes people began
to pay more attention to the ground
once more. Of course the air prowler
might now and then swoop down and
destroy someone, but so did the light lightnings
nings lightnings for that matter, yet no one
thought it worth while to go about
carrying a lightning rod. In othr
words, the people were growing used
to him and many commenced to use

his name as a pet bugaboo thought- j
less mothers to frighten their children j
into good behavior, and silly youths j
to scare their girl companions into i
scurrying amidst screams for shelter.
Of course should he ever begin a work I
of general destruction by explosives j
or the firebrand it would become a J
very different matter and then they
would arise up in their might, but un-
til he showed a disposition so to do I
there was no necessity of becoming I
so unduly alarmed. So argued tb- ;
more philosophic pe-oyle of the place.!
and they even sometimes smiled a lit-'
tie after the supercilious manner of j
the experienced when they read the j

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REAL ESTATE

did when she naa haa ner say ana iea
him to pursue the affairs of business.
Promptly at the hour appointed the
next day he rode single-footing up to
the block before her house. Mounted

on a handsome chestnut horse with

four white stockings, riding splendid splendidly,
ly, splendidly, Doris admitted to herself that she
was proud of his apjearanee as he dis

mounted and took her bridle reins as j

she swung herself into the saddle, for
Dohjs was of the west where all wom women
en women who ride horses at all are wise
enough to ride them astride. Then
with a clatter of hoofs they were off
down the road galloping side by side,
vagrant wisps of the girl's shining
hair snapping in the breeze like tiny
pennants, her parted lips showing the
tips of her even white teeth, her eyes
brightening with the swift coursing of
her blood, her spirits effervescing, ra radiant,
diant, radiant, happy once more. And March
seeing all this sighed the sjgk of an
ardent lover as his thoughts flew on to
well, to whence do every ardent
lover"s thoughts take flight when he
rides by the side of her who inspired
them?

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EFFECTUAL GENERAL TONIC
Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic Combines both
in Tasteless form. The Quinine drives
out Malaria and the Iron builds up
the System. For Adults and

Ch

ildren.

You know what you are luting when
you take GROVR'ri TASTKLJESS chill
TOXIC, recognized for 50 years through throughout
out throughout the Soutn as the standard Malaria,
Chill and 1'ever Reri; 1 and General

j Strengthening Tonic, i. is as strong as
i the strongest bitter ton;c, bat you do not

taste the bitter because the ingredients
do not dissolve in the mouth but do dis dis-solve
solve dis-solve readily in the acids of the stomach.
Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean
it. 50c.

If you wish to buy.

lease, or exchange,
pay you to take the
up with me at once.

it

sell,
will

(Continue! Tomorrow)

I'llll Till.; WKAK AM) XKKVOI S

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J. H. BRINSON
Ocala, Florida.

W. C. BLANGHARD
CONTRACTOR ANU BUILDER
PLANS riHXISiii-L'
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m ike in your health. Only 50c and f 1.
Rov.o:i:.m.-;.itJ by Ty dings & Co. Ad

AT THE SAME TIME
The Wonderful, Old Reliable Dr. Porter's
Antiseptic Healing OiL An Antiseptic
Surgical Dressing discovered by an
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Poisoning.
Thousands of families know it already,
and a trial will convince you that DR.
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OIL is the most wonderful remedy ever
discovered for Wounds, Burns, Old Sorej,
Ulcers, Carbuncles, Granulated Eye Lids,
Sore Throat, Skin or Scalp Diseases and
all wounds and external diseases whether
Flight or serious. Continually people are
finding new uses for this famous old
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We rnc .in it. 25c, 50c, fl.00

There is Only One "BROMO QUININE" That is LAXATIVE PROMO QUININE
Look for signature of E. WT. GROVE on every box. Cures a Cold in One Day. 25c.

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: to use them far
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elp you. Price
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Ad.

FLORIDA'S LARSEST iD BEST YEAR ROUND HOTEL
The Hotel you take your Mother, Wife or
Sister to?
HOME HOTEL OF THE STATF
RAXES
AMERICAN PLAN $4.00 PER DAY AND UPWARD
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 PER DAY AND UPWARD
A. F. WILSON, Ass't Mgr. TB0S. M. WILSON, Prop, and Mfir.
JACKSONVILLE FLA.
UNITED CONFEDERATE
VETERANS' REUNION
Chattanooga, Tenn., May 27, 28 and 29, 1913
SOUTHED RAILWAY

j pki:mii:h (u:kii:k of tiii: south
Official Route of Headquarters and Second Florida Division,
U. C. V.
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ROUND TRIP FARE FROM OCALA $12.00

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hysterical reports from other places F.r
that imagined because somebody ha-1 f-rrS
mysteriously lost a chicken that the j k
Flying Man was hcverine: over them. r

tiut it win be borne in mind that the
pest was supposed ro bo far away from

tnem at this timp nf snilirc i

Doris, who had been virtually a pris prisoner
oner prisoner in her home since the night of

t ea r :
wireless

II.

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Tnro-jsh

AVERY. Agent,
Jjrkor.viiie, Fla.

Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days
ur druggist will refund money if PAZC

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